TAHL SINGH CHHACHHITAHL SINGH CHHACHHI (d. 1785), a Kohli Khatri, first entered the service of the Khattar sardars but later joined Sardar Charhat Singh Sukkarchakkia and received from him, in 1741, jagirs comprising several villages, including Miari Daud Khel. Tahl Singh also made conquests on his own account and captured territories from the Pathans of Makhad. He died in 1785 and was succeeded in his jagirs by his sons Jassa Singh, Fateh Singh and Sher Singh. Jassa Singh died in 1790, but his brothers, Fateh Singh and Sher Singh, served Maharaja Ranjit Singh through his early campaigns and received large additions to their estates at Sahival and Kuhjah.
1. Griffin, Lepel, The Punjab Chiefs. Lahore, 1890