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Generation No. 24

Merimah

Born: Haran, Padanaram

Married: abt. 1685 BC in Haran, Padanaram

Died: Goshen, Egypt

Father: Amuram

 

Husband: Naphtali

 

Born: 1706 BC in Haran, Pandanaram

Died: 1574 BC in Goshen, Egypt                        (Age: 132)

Father: Jacob

Mother: Bilhah

 

Children:

 

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(Amuram, Huz, Nahor, Terah, ...)

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Notes for Merimah:

Merimah is only mentioned thrice in Jasher, so there is not much known about her although she is a distant relative to Naphtali.

According to Jasher 45:9 she is the daughter of Amuram, and granddaughter of Huz (known as “Uz” in Jasher), but since Amuram is only mentioned once in Jasher, the actual relation in unknown.

Merimah had a younger sister, Uzith, it which Naphtali’s half-brother Gad took to wife.

It can be surmised that Merimah went with Naphtali into Egypt.

Note for Jahzeel:

His name in Hebrew is: יחצאל Yachtse’êl (yakh-tseh-ale’) Strongs #: 3183; Elohim will allot.

Only mentioned in Gen. 46:24, but he is also known as “Jahziel” in I Chron. 7:13, but in Jash. 45:11 he is known as “Yachzeel.”  After the death of his father and uncles, it is possible that he became a slave to the Egyptians.

Notes for Guni:

His name in Hebrew is: גוני Gûwnîy (goo-nee’) Strongs #: 1476; protected.

Only mentioned in Gen. 46:24; I Chron. 7:13 and Jash. 45:11.  After the death of his father and uncles, it is possible that he became a slave to the Egyptians.

Notes for Jezer:

His name in Hebrew is: יצר Yêtser (yay’-tser) Strongs #: 3337; a form; conception (i.e. purpose).

Only mentioned in Gen. 46:24; I Chron. 7:13. He is also known as “Jazer” in Jash. 45:11.  After the death of his father and uncles, it is possible that he became a slave to the Egyptians.

Notes for Shillem:

His name in Hebrew is: שלם Shillêm (shil-lame’) Strongs #: 8006; requital.

Only mentioned in Gen. 46:24, but is also known as “Shallum” in I Chron. 7:13, but in Jash. 45:11 he is known as “Shalem.”  After the death of his father and uncles, it is possible that he became a slave to the Egyptians.