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Ra-Alban–Enujohanenion family

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The Ra-Alban–Enujohanenion family is a famous Elwynnese family (with Hurmu nobility), descended from the Treesianoid preacher Malachi Ra-Alban (1540–1603) and his daughter Eliza Ra-Lariat (1575–1670) who married Marqoos Enujohanenion (1568–1665), from whom the largest family name in the family derived.

The family is divided into three "parts"; the one that moved to Hurmu/Lakkvia during the period from the 1680s and onwards upon Milo Enujohanenion's placement in Vesüha as Sagart of Huyenkula; the one that perished during the Scouring; and the one that proved loyal to the Benacian Union's new religious order, led by the married clerics Iooan Enujohanenion (1653– ) and Ysbal Tîr (1655– ), who despite their Elw–Hyperborean residency were given significant liberties in return for helping organize the restructured Church of Elwynn. There has since the Schism of 1699 been no contact between the Hurmu family and the BU family. Note that Iooan and Milo are brothers.

Family tree

  • Malachi Ra-Alban (1540–1603) m. Sarai Ra-Lariat (1545–1640)
    • Eliza Ra-Lariat (1575–1670) m. Marqoos Enujohanenion (1568–1665)
      • Mataios Enujohanenion (1602–1690) m. Astyna Zovalion (1604–1702)
        • Yskoos Enujohanenion (1630–1695) m. Ristina Mooreq (1630–1695)
          • Milo Enujohanenion (1650– ) m. Rivqa Rabyn (1655– )
            • Adasyr Miloon Enujohanenion (1680– ) m. Ülo Käsper (1672– )
              • Joonas Adasyrion Käsper (1701– )
              • Malik Adasyrion Käsper (1703– )
            • Malu Miloon Enujohanenion (1683– )
            • Nila Miloon Enujohanenion (1685– )
            • Samu Miloon Enujohanenion (1691– )
          • Iooan Enujohanenion (1653– ) m. 1678 Ysbal Tîr (1655– )
            • Kynbel Enujohanenion (1680– ) m. 1700 Jilax'sten Tkhagushev (1677– )
              • Dinemis Tkhagushevy (1702– )
              • Albek Tkhagushev (1704– )
            • Anvyl Enujohanenion (1682– )
            • Emyr Enujohanenion (1684– )
            • Guilym Enujohanenion (1685– )
        • Karyda Enujohanenion (1633–1695) m. 1663 Gilander Radorion (1635–1695)
          • Malaqi Enujohanenion (1665–1695) m. 1683 Konaqen Laqman (1665–1695)
            • Gilander Enujohenenion (1685– )
            • Konur Enujohanenion (1687– )
            • Eliza Enujohanenion (1683– ) m. 1703 Jovian Osman-Soballion (1680– )
              • Turana Osman-Enujohanenion (1704– )
            • Severna Enujohanenion (1686– )
          • Sarai Enujohanenion (1663– ) m.1 1695 Murdaq Raston (1660–1699) m.2 1700 Kianoosh Daryushi (1658– )
            • Ossian Daryushi ( Raston, adopted by Kianoosh Daryushi in 1701) 1697–
            • Babak Daryushi (1701– )
            • Mona Daryushi (1703– )
      • Luuqas Enujohanenion (1605– ) m. Livia Averion (1610– )
        • Aver Enujohanenion (1633– ) m. Adasyr Qarbinion (1630–1675)
          • Isur Averion Enujohanenion (1660– ) m. Fiero Horjinmull (1662– )
            • Qarbinion Enujohanenion-Horjinmull (1697– )
            • Biternion Enujohanenion-Horjinmull (1697– )
          • Nanu Averion Enujohanenion (1663–1698) m. ?
        • Misma Enujohanenion (1637–1695) m. 1660 Rinduran Paskuun (1635–1695)
          • Murhidu Paskuun (1663–1695) m. 1694 Inasian Kyreq (1660–1695)
          • Yvila Paskuun (1665–1695)
        • Moore Enujohanenion (1640–1695) m.
          • Vanu Enujohanenion (1663– ) m. 1696 Roza Filippovna Kurakina (1664– )
            • Dmitri Vanuovich Enujohanenion (1697– )
            • Vladimir Vanuovich Enujohanenion (1699– )
            • Kataryna Vanuovna Enujohanenion (1702– )
          • Ivana Enujohanenion (1665– ) m. 1693 Benjamin Wythe al-Osman de la Gardie (1665– )
            • Malachi Wythe al-Osman de la Gardie (1695– )
            • Zachariah Wythe al-Osman de la Gardie (1698– )
            • Habakkuk Wythe al-Osman de la Gardie (1701– )
          • Hoel Enujohanenion (1668– ) m. 1699 Qaleem Kambarzahi (1665– )
            • Aqdas Kambarzahi (1699– )
            • Qarib Kambarzahi (1702– )
            • Abeel Kambarzahi (1703– )