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  • The sons of Leedan: the chief Jahiel, and Zethan, and Joel, three. (1 Chronicles 23, 8)

  • And there were found many more of the sons of Eleazar among the principal men, than of the sons of Ithamar. And he divided them so, that there were of the sons of Eleazar, sixteen chief men by their families: and of the sons of Ithamar eight by their families and houses. (1 Chronicles 24, 4)

  • Also of the sons of Rohobia the chief Jesias. (1 Chronicles 24, 21)

  • Moreover David and the chief .officers of the army separated for the ministry the sons of Asaph, and of Heman, and of Idithun : to prophesy with harps, and with psalteries, and with cymbals according to their number serving in their appointed office. (1 Chronicles 25, 1)

  • And of Hosa, that is, of the sons of Merari: Semri the chief, (for he had not a firstborn, and therefore his father made him chief.) (1 Chronicles 26, 10)

  • And Subael the son of Gersom, the son of Moses, was chief over the treasures. (1 Chronicles 26, 24)

  • And the chief of the Hebronites was Jeria according to their families and kindreds. In the fortieth year of the reign of David they were numbered, and there were found most valiant men in Jazer Galaad, (1 Chronicles 26, 31)

  • Now the children of Israel according to their number, the heads of families, captains of thousands and of hundreds, and officers, that served the king according to their companies, who came in and went out every month in the year, under every chief were four and twenty thousand. (1 Chronicles 27, 1)

  • Over the first company the first month Jesboam, the son of Zabdiel was chief, and under him were four and twenty thousand. (1 Chronicles 27, 2)

  • Of the sons of Phares, the chief of all the captains in the host in the first month. (1 Chronicles 27, 3)

  • And David assembled all the chief men of Israel, the princes of the tribes, and the captains of the companies, who waited on the king: and the captains over thousands, and over hundreds, and them who had the charge over the substance and possessions of the king, and his sons with the officers of the court, and the men of power, and all the bravest of the army at Jerusalem. (1 Chronicles 28, 1)

  • But of the children of Israel he set none to serve in the king's works: for they were men of war, and chief captains, and rulers of his chariots and horsemen. (2 Chronicles 8, 9)

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