Ismaʻil Bahrami (ʻImad al-Mamalik)
Ismaʻil Bahrami (ʻImad al-Mamalik), also known as Dabir ʻAzam Bahrami, was the son of Sitarah (from Khamsah) and Ahmad ʻImad al-Mamalik. He had two wives, Mah Taban (Saʻadat al-Saltanah, daughter of Saʻid Lashkar) and Taj Aʻzam. ʻImad al-Mamalik and Mah Taban had ten children: Fazl Allah Bahrami, Mirza ʻAbd Allah Bahrami, Abu al-Qasim Bahrami, ʻIsa Bahrami, Maʻsumah Dabir ʻAzam Bahrami (Sharafat al-Saltanah), Ruqiyah Nimtaj Bahrami (Safavi), Rubabah Bahrami (Ashraf al-Muluk), Zahra Bahrami (Taj al-Muluk), Fatimah Bahrami (Sharif al-Muluk), and Humayun Taj Bahrami (Farahmandi). His second wife was Taj Aʻzam; they had no children. He is the paternal grandfather of Elaheh, Atashah, Anushah, and Arsalan. Mirza ʻAbd al-Vahhab Munshi Bashi (Hamid al-Sultan, the governor of Saveh), Mahmud Munshi Bashi, Mirza Ibrahim Tajirʻuf, Sarhang [Colonel] Yusuf (Muvaqqar al-Saltanah's steward), and Murtiza Khan are his brothers.
This information was obtained through the family and the genealogy. Rubabah and Zahra Bahrami (Taj al-Muluk) were not mentioned in the genealogy.