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Reference: Joah

Easton

Jehovah his brother; i.e., helper. (1.) One of the sons of Obed-edom (1Ch 26:4), a Korhite porter.

(2.) A Levite of the family of Gershom (1Ch 6:21), probably the same as Ethan (42).

(3.) The son of Asaph, and "recorder" (q.v.) or chronicler to King Hezekiah (2Ki 18:18,26,37).

(4.) Son of Joahaz, and "recorder" (q.v.) or keeper of the state archives under King Josiah (2Ch 34:8).

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Fausets

1. Asaph's son, Hezekiah's keeper of the records. One of the three sent to meet Rabshakeh (Isa 36:3,11-12). Isa 36:2. 1Ch 6:21. Ethan is substituted in 1Ch 6:42.

3. 1Ch 26:4.

4. 2Ch 29:12.

5. Joahaz' son,"recorder" or annalist to Josiah; took part in repairing the temple (2Ch 34:8).

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Hastings

1. Son of Asaph, and 'recorder' at Hezekiah's court (2Ki 18:18,26,37 = Isa 36:3,11,22). 2. A Levitical family name (1Ch 6:21 [apparently same as Ethan of 1Ch 6:42], 2Ch 29:12). 3. A Levite (1Ch 26:4). 4. Son of Joahaz, and 'recorder' at Josiah's court (2Ch 34:8).

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Morish

Jo'ah

1. Son of Asaph and an officer in the household of Hezekiah. 2Ki 18:18,26,37; Isa 36:3,11,22.

2. Son of Zimmah, a Gershonite. 1Ch 6:21.

3. Son of Obed-edom, a Korhite. 1Ch 26:4.

4. Son of Zimmah, a Gershonite. 2Ch 29:12.

5. Son of Joahaz, and recorder: he was sent by Josiah to repair the temple. 2Ch 34:8.

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Smith

Jo'ah

(whose brother (i.e. helper) is Jehovah).

1. The son of Asaph,a nd chronicler or keeper of the records to Hezekiah.

Isa 36:3,11,22

(B.C. 776.)

2. The son or grandson of Zimmah, a Gershonite.

1Ch 6:21

3. The third son of Obed-edom,

1Ch 26:4

a Korhite, and one of the doorkeepers appointed by David. (B.C. 1014.)

4. A Gershonite, the son of Zeimmah and father of Eden.

2Ch 29:12

5. The son of Joahaz, and annalist or keeper of the records to Josiah.

2Ch 34:8

(B.C. 623.)

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