1746/1768, born in 1728, youngest son of Thakur Shardul Singh of the Panchpana in Shekhawati, married and had issue. He died in 1768.
1768/1787, born in 1755, one of the most outstanding warriors of his time who led the victorious Rajputs and died valiantly fighting in the battle of Tunga against the Marathas led by Mahji Scindhia, founded Surajgarh in 1778, constructed the Fort of Surajgarh; married to the daughter of Kunwar Dip Singh of Dhariawad, and had issue. He died on 28th July 1787.
1787/1831, born 1771, the most famous of all the rulers of Bissau, he brought fame and fortune to the state of Bissau, he was considered amongst the best warriors of his time and aligned with the French in his constant battles with the British. Had also maintained very close ties with the Maharaja Ranjit Singh of the Punjab; married and had issue. He died on 20th July 1833.
1831/1865, born in 1806, married and had issue. He died in 1865
1865/1878, born in 1847, adopted from Surajgarh, married and had issue. He died in 1878.
1878/1893, born in 1875, married Kumari (name unknown) [ThakuraniSahiba of Bissau], daughter of Thakur DEVI SINGH of Auwa and had issue.
He died in 1893.
1893/1945, born in 1891, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer, in 1939 Surajgarh and Bissau were amalgamated in the person of his son who was adopted into Surajgarh, married 1stly, Rani AbhayKanwar, younger daughter of Maharaj Fateh Singh ji of Raoti married 2ndly, 1913, Thakurani Anand Kanwar, daughter of Rao Bahadur Thakur GIRDHAR SINGH of Chandawal and his wife, Rani Indra Kanwar, and had issue.
He died on31st December 1945.
1945/1971, born on 28th December 1913 adopted by Thakur VIJAY SINGH of Surajgarh on 19th August 1915, thus uniting Bissau and Surajgarh, educated privately by his tutor, F.A. Jones M.A., C.B.E. and at Mayo College, Ajmer, and with the Sawai Man Singh Guards of the Jaipur State Forces; A.D.C. to the Maharaja of Jaipur; he was the noblest of all the rulers of Bissau, he brought Bissau back to its place of prominence after clearing the debts of the previous rulers. He was active both socially and politically and was immensely popular with all; married 21st February 1932, Rani KomalKumari, daughter of HH Sri Raj-i-Rajan Maharawal Sir PRITHVI SINGH Bahadur of Banawara and had issue. He died 21st September 1971.
1971/1978, born on 8th December 1933, married on 5th February 1955 at Nagpur, Rani Sharda Kumari, daughter of Maj. Raja Bahadur BIRENDRA BAHADUR SINGH of Khairagarh and his wife, Rani Padmavati Devi, and had issue. He died on 19th July 1978.