The Holy Bible – Knox Translation
The First Book or Paralipomena
And these are the names of David’s sons. At Hebron, Achinoam the Jezrahelite gave birth to his first-born, Amnon, Abigail of Carmel to Daniel,
Maacha daughter of Tholmai, king of Gessur, to Absalom, Aggith to Adonias,
Abital to Saphatias, and Egla, that was also one of his wives, to Jethraham.
Thus six sons were born to him during the seven years and six months of his reign at Hebron; during his thirty-three years at Jerusalem
Bethsabee, daughter of Ammiel, bore him four sons, Simmaa, Sobab, Nathan and Solomon;
he also begot Jebaar, Elisama,
(Elipheleth), Noge, Nepheg, Japhia,
(Elisama), Eliada and Elipheleth, nine in all.✻
All these, with their sister Thamar, were David’s children, and he had others by his concubines.
From Solomon, the succession went from father to son, through Roboam, Abia, Asa, Josaphat,
Joram, Ochozias, Joas,
Amasias, Azarias, Joathan,
Achaz, Ezechias, Manasses
and Amon to Josias.
Josias had four sons, Johanan, Joakim, Sedecias and Sellum.
Joakim had two sons, Jechonias and Sedecias,
and Jechonias was father of Asir, Salathiel,
Melchiram, Phadaia, Senneser, Jecemia, Sama and Nadabia.
Phadaia again had two sons, Zorobabel and Semei, and Zorobabel was father of Mosollam, Hananias and a daughter, Salomith;
besides five others, Hasaba, Ohol, Barachias, Hasadias, and Josabhesed.
From Hananias, through Phaltias, Jeseias, Raphaia, Arnan, Obdia, and Sechenias,
came Semeia, the father of six sons, Hattus, Jegaal, Baria, Naaria … and Saphat.
Naaria had three sons, Elioenai, Ezechias and Ezricam,
and of these Elioenai had seven sons, Oduia, Eliasub, Pheleia, Accub, Johanan, Dalaia and Anani.
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