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JUDAH. [CHART A1], [CHART A6], [CHART A7].
JUDAH was born (in 1870 B.C.-S4) in Hebron; son of JACOB and LEAH.
He married (1) ?, the daughter of Shuah, the Canaanite.
He married (2) TAMAR (TAMER).
In the Book of Genesis, Judah emerges as a leader. With Reuben he interceded for his half-brother Joseph's life when his brothers sought to kill him after he told of a vision that he would one day be a king and his brothers would bow before him. His brothers were already jealous because Joseph was their father's favorite and he had presented him with a beautiful coat of many colors. Judah was the spokesman for his brothers before Joseph in Egypt. In the Exodus his tribe was in the lead, and it settled in the rich land of Southern Palestine, extending from the Dead Sea to the Mediterranean, according to scripture. Within its borders was Jerusalem. It gave its name to the Kingdom of Judah.
He died (after 1670 B.C.-S4) in Rameses, Goshen, Egypt.
Daughter of Shuah, the Canaanite.
CHILDREN of Judah and the daughter of Shuah:
This was also his daughter in law twice, Numbers 26:19, Gen 28:29,30. Tamar was born in Hebron. She died in Rameses, Goshen, Egypt.
CHILDREN of Judah and Tamar:
- PHAREZ. [CHART A6].
- ZERAH. (Zarah, Zara) . [CHART A1], [CHART A6].
- [S1]. The Holy Bible. KJV.
- [S2]. Judah’s Sceptre and Joseph’s Birthright. By J. H. Allen. Originally published, 1902. Nineteenth Edition. Re-typeset, A.D. 2000.
- [S3]. Genealogy Chart. http://www.geocities.com/adamdescendants/admg24.htm#888. QUOTES as Sources:
- 1) Ref Mat: KJV-Holy Bible, Gen 25:23, Mat 11:2, Luk 3:33.
- 2) RL Chart compiled by A.F.Schmuhl.
- 3) Ped.Chart of the Campbell Family, Kinship of Families by A.F.
- 4) Bennett,Chart condensed by W.H.Probus-Pleming from charts by M.H.
- 5) Gayer &&& Rev W.M.H, Milner. Queen Elizabeth Descendant of King David.
- [S4]. The Royal Ancestry of the Hamblin Family. Compiled for the Hamblin Family Association by George Merrill Roy, I.A.G. Received from Geraldine Tenney Nelson.
- [S5]. From Dust We Came... http://kykinfolks.tripod.com/fromdust/fromdust.htm.