Jeroham

Jeroham (Ji-roh´ham; Heb., “may he be loved” or “may he have compassion”)

1 A Levite, the father of Elkanah and grandfather of Samuel (1Sam 1:1; 1Chr 6:34). 2 A family group (“sons of Jeroham”) in the tribe of Benjamin (1Chr 8:27). 3 A Benjaminite, the father of Ibneiah, an inhabitant of postexilic Jerusalem (1Chr 9:8). 4 A priest, the father of Adaiah, another inhabitant of postexilic Jerusalem (1Chr 9:12; Neh 11:12). 5 A man from Gedor whose two sons, Joelah and Zebadiah, joined David’s fighting men at Ziklag (1Chr 12:7). 6 The father of Azarel, the leader of the tribe of Dan during David’s reign (1Chr 27:22). 7 The father of Azariah, a military leader under the high priest Jehoida (2Chr 23:1).

1Sam 1:1

Samuel's Birth and Dedication
1There was a certain man of Ramathaim, a Zuphite from the hill country of Ephraim, whose name was Elkanah son of Jeroham son of El ... View more

1Chr 6:34

34son of Elkanah, son of Jeroham, son of Eliel, son of Toah,

1Chr 8:27

27Jaareshiah, Elijah, and Zichri were the sons of Jeroham.

1Chr 9:8

8Ibneiah son of Jeroham, Elah son of Uzzi, son of Michri, and Meshullam son of Shephatiah, son of Reuel, son of Ibnijah;

1Chr 9:12

12and Adaiah son of Jeroham, son of Pashhur, son of Malchijah, and Maasai son of Adiel, son of Jahzerah, son of Meshullam, son of Meshillemith, son of Immer;

Neh 11:12

12and their associates who did the work of the house, eight hundred twenty-two; and Adaiah son of Jeroham son of Pelaliah son of Amzi son of Zechariah son of Pa ... View more

1Chr 12:7

7and Joelah and Zebadiah, sons of Jeroham of Gedor.

1Chr 27:22

22for Dan, Azarel son of Jeroham. These were the leaders of the tribes of Israel.

2Chr 23:1

1But in the seventh year Jehoiada took courage, and entered into a compact with the commanders of the hundreds, Azariah son of Jeroham, Ishmael son of Jehohanan ... View more

 NEH Logo
Bible Odyssey has been made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the human endeavor
Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this website, do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.