| Mirza Dara Bakht|
Rahim Buksh bai begum
| Mirza Bahadur|
Akbar II, Lal Bai
Bahadur Shah II
| Raffat Sultan Begum, Wazir Khanum|
Mirza Abu Bakht, Mirza Fakhrunda Jamal, Daagh Delvi (stepson)
Emperor Bahadur Shah II
1856, The Red Fort, New Delhi
Bahadur Shah II, Mirza Shah Abbas, Akbar II, Zinat Mahal
Mirza Fath-ul-Mulk Bahadur Wikipedia
Shahzada Mirza Fath-ul-Mulk Bahadur also known as Mirza Fakhru (c. 1816 or 1818 – 10 July 1856) was the last Crown Prince of the Mughal Empire. He married twice. His wives were Raffat Sultan Begum and Wazir Khanum. He had two sons and one stepson. His legitimate sons were Mirza Abu Bakht and Mirza Fakhrunda Jamal. His stepson was Daagh Dehlvi through his wife Wazir Khanum.
A senior Prince of the Imperial Family of India, he was the son of Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar, the last Emperor of India, through his wife Rahim Bukhsh Bai Begum. He was made the Crown Prince in 1853.
He was an older brother of Prince Mirza Mughal and the younger brother of former Crown Prince Mirza Dara Bakht. He died of Cholera in 1856.
In 1857, the First Indian War of Independence sparked an empire wide struggle; in 1858, the Mughal Era officially came to an end, signifying the end of a 332-year rule. In 1877, the title Emperor of India was taken by the British Royal Family starting with Queen Victoria.
He also married Wazir Khanum, a beautiful lady of the time and through her had a stepson, the noted poet, Daagh Dehlvi.
He had a son Shahzada Farkhunda married to Abida Begum, granddaughter of her uncle Mirza Dara Bakht who died in 1963 at Delhi. He joined the British service.