The Nagas

Hill Peoples of Northeast India

Project Introduction The Naga Database

manuscript Christoph von Furer-Haimendorf notebook three

caption: house list
medium: notes
ethnicgroup: Konyak
location: Wakching
date: 10.8.1936
person: Furer-Haimendorf
date: 8.1936-6.1937
person: School of Oriental and African Studies Library, London
text: (31) 2. YAO-LOU (Maibangphu, Bala).
his wife: Li-phong (Kok-nok, The-phong)
his daughter: Pheang-ma
his son: YONG-YO
his mother: Men-yu (Koknok, Thepong)
his younger brother: LOU-MUNG
whose wife: Shui-dzing (Sha-yong-hu, Thephong, stays with her father, YONG-LONG. She works mostly in her father's fields, but some day on those of her husband. Now they sleep in rice houses, when Shui-dzing will have a child, she will come to stay with her husband. She is now about 14 or 15.
text: (32) 3. SHANG-LOU (Bala, Len-nok)
his wife: Shui-ang (Thephong, Yanahu)
his son: YO-YONG (dead)
his daughters: Shong-na
______________: Pheang-na
his bhai MELO (the gaonbura of Bala)
his 2nd wife: Men-yu (Thephong, Koknok)
his 1st wife: Shui-dzing (Aukheang, Koknok) he divorced her.
her son: LO-MENG went with her and stays with her father WEI-KOK. If he dies he will be disposed by the Bala men, he is quite small now (5), when he grows older he will come to the Bala morung and probably stay with his father.
MELO'S daughter by Menyu: Shikmat.
SHANG-LOU'S younger sister: Wan-shum
her husband: PHU-DUN (Thephong, Wem-nok) she does not stay with him yet.