The most famous of these rulers was Jam Nizamuddin. The Samma Dynasty left its mark in Sindh and Balochistan by building magnificent structures including the Necropolis of Kings and Royalties in Thatta and many more ruins.
Jam of Sanghar
Among prominent Samma's are the members of Nawab Jam family of Sanghar are: Al Haj Nawab Jam Kambhu Khan,Chief of Sammat Tribes (title of Nawab, Khan Bahadur, swords of honour) Nawab Jam Jan Muhammad Khan (Member Legaslative Assembly, title of Nawab, Sardar Bahadur, Khan Bahadur, O.B.E) Nawab Jam Amir Ali (Ex MLA, Federal Advisor to the West Pakistan Governor, Ex MPA, Former Ambassador to Maldives) Former Chief Minister of Sindh Late Nawab Jam Sadiq Ali, Former Federal Minister Nawab Jam Mashooq Ali, Former Senator Nawab Jam Karam Ali and Jam Madad Ali Leader of Opposition in Sindh.The folk stories of the generosity of Khan Sahib Jam Mitha Khan and Nawab Jam Kambhu Khan the father of Late Jam Sadiq Ali the ex Chief Minister Sindh is also the part of Sanghar and Sindh History.
Jam of Ghotki district
There are many chiefs of tribes titled as jam in district ghotki , the jam from dahar tribe jam bhambhu khan dahar,and the jam from samejo tribe.
Jam of Lasbela
The State of Las Bela was founded in 1742 by Jam Ali Khan I rise of the Aliani family of the Jamot tribe, to which the present Jam of Lasbela belongs. His descendants ruled Las Bela until 1955 when the state became part of West Pakistan. The hereditary rulers of Las Bela were styled as Jam Sahib.
Jam Mir Ghulam Qadir Khan Aliani
He had twice served as the Chief minister of Balochistan and also Health Minister of Pakistan as well as being the Speaker of the Balochistan Provincial Assembly and also his son Jam Mir Mohammad Yousaf served as the Chief minister of Balochistan and federal minister of water and power.
Jams of Indian Princely State
The Hindu Jadeja dynasty, an off-shoot of Samma tribe who ruled several princely states in British India, like, Nawanagar State, Cutch State, Gondal State, Morbi, Rajkot, etc also styled themselves as Jam Sahib.
Cities name on Jams
- Jam Nawaz Ali
- Jam Shoro
- Tando Jam
- Torbat-e Jam, Iran
- Jamnagar, Gujarat, India
- Jam Sakhpur, Gujarat, India
- Jam Jodhpur, Gujarat, India
- Jam Nizamuddin II: (866–914AH, 1461–1508AD) was the most famous Sultan of the Samma Dynasty.
- Jam Ferozudin: (1508-1527AD) Jam Feruz bin Jam Nizam was the last ruler of the Samma Dynasty 926 A.H. (1519 A.D).
- Jam Unar: (1335-1339AD) Jam Unar was the founder of Samma Dynasty 1333 A.D mentioned by Ibn Battuta, the famous traveller from North Africa.
- Jam Tamachi (Jam Khairuddin): (1367-1379AD) or Jam Khairuddin bin Jam Unar was the famous Sultan of Samma Dynasty.
- Sir Jam Ali Khan III: (1896 AD) Famous ruler Las Bela State.
- Jam Ghulam Qadir Khan: The former Chief Minister of Balochistan.
- Jam Mohammad Yousaf Alyani: The former Chief Minister of Balochistan.
- Khan Sahib Jam Mitha Khan (Khan Bahadur, Chief, Sanghar)
- Sardar Bahadur Nawab Jam Jan Muhammad Khan Nawab of Sanghar (Member Central Legislative Assembly of India, title of Nawab, Sardar Bahadur, Khan Bahadur, O.B.E, O.B).
- Nawab Jam Kambhu Khan: (Khan Bahadur, O.B.E)
- Jam Sadiq Ali: The former Chief Minister of Sindh.
- Nawab Jam Amir Ali Khan (Ex MLA, MNA, MPA, Former Ambassador).
- Jam Saifullah Khan Dharejo: Provincial Minister for Irrigation and Power Sindh.
- Jam Faiz Mohammad Lakhan: Cheiftain of lakhan tribe
- Jam Mehtab Hussain: Provincial Minister for Population Welfare Sindh.
- Nawab Jam Karam Ali:Ex Senator,Ex Minister, Ex MPA,Ex Minister,EXchair-main Jam Nawaz Ali,EX MNA Sindh.
- Jam Madad Ali: Opposition leader Sindh Assembly.
- Jam Tamachi Unar: Chairman Public Accounts Committee Sindh Assembly.
- Nawabzada Jam Mashooq Ali: Member National Assembly of Pakistan.
- Jam Muhammad Hashim Ghalija: Minister for Population Welfare Punjab