The Nagas

Hill Peoples of Northeast India

Project Introduction The Naga Database

manuscript Christoph von Furer-Haimendorf notebook three

caption: house list of Wakching
medium: notes
ethnicgroup: Konyak
location: Wakching
date: 5.8.1936
person: Furer-Haimendorf
date: 8.1936-6.1937
person: School of Oriental and African Studies Library, London
text: (5) 1. NA-WANG of Nia-mei-hu
His wife: Shui-ang of Yanahu (Thepong morung)
His daughter: Be-long has married YONGMET and lives with him.
His bhai's son: LIEMNIE
and his wife Ngin-ngam (of Ang clan Wanching)
and his son DZEMANG
text: (6) 2. LIEMNIE
his wife is dead
his son: LOUKEM
whose wife: Di-yan of Sha-yang-hu, Au-kheang m.
whose daughter: Be-long
the son of LONKEM (dead) the eldest
son of LIEMNIE: DZEM-ANG (3)
DZEMANG'S mother: Shang-li (Ang clan of Tanhai)
DZEMANG'S elder sister: Nang-meng
text: (7) 3. CHINKAK (Great Ang)
Nang-lung (Ang clan of Tanhai)
_his mother: Hing-long
his daughter: Nem-ngam
his youngest son: NIN-DZAI
text: (8) 4. DUKDAU of Nokhanokphong, Angban
his wife: Peng-na
no children - only these two
text: 5. NIE-ANG Nokhanokphong (Angban)
his wife: Niang-liem (of Wanching, Ang clan)
his son: NGAM-ANG
his daughters: Ta-man
______________: Ngin-li