Compiled By Vincent Odigie Imafidon Ogbeide (Great Grandson) (November, 2021)

MAMA IKHITE is said to have come from Idumu-Ogua. Possibly from Igiebor and Oziegbe family. Oziegbe is the father of Ogbewe. This could not be confirmed hence its investigation continues.

Mama Ikhite was married to Pa Ehegbe in Ubaran quarter. She had a son and a daughter for her husband at Ubaran. The son’s name was Igbinebo but later changed to Igbinosa by his own Christian son Nathaniel. The daughter’s name was Erunekhoe.

Igbinosa was the father of two sons Asemota and Nathaniel and three daughters Sarah, Owaomwanre and Agbonmwanre.

Asemota was the father of two sons Ogie-evbo and Joel, and five daughters Onaiwu, Usiee, Aimieno, Oyugbo, and Okpokhen

Nathaniel was the father of one son Godwin and one daughter Ahavbawu.

Sarah was married to Pa Irhabo at Idumu- Igun and she is the mother of one daughter, Grace Ivbaro.

Owaomwanre was married to Pa Obasohan at Idumwungha and She was the mother of three daughters Oghegbomwan, Osadure, and Nodeghomwan.

Agbonmwanre was married to Pa Odiase at Okemuen Ehor and She was the mother of two sons Thamos Jacob Olowun Odiase (TJ) and Ikpotokin Odiase , and one daughter Osarumwense and She later had a daughter Stella for Pa. Ogunleye at Ugo Orhua.

Erunekhoe was married to Pa Izede at Idumu-Igun and She had a son, Enoghase for him. Erunekhoe later married Pa Umweni also at Idumu-Igun and She was the mother of three sons Edobo, Aigbe, and Imafidon Eboyi and two daughters Agbongiague who married Chief Ero in Benin and Iguahi who married Oba Eweka and later married Ayobahon also in Benin.

MAMA IKHITE later left Ubaran probably after the death of her husband Ehegbe at Ubaran and married Pa Uwaifo at Idumu-Oghoe.

Mama Ikhite was later married to Pa Uwaifo at Idumo-Oghoe and She had two sons Ogbeide and Aigbokhae and one daughter Agbonriohuegbe.

Mama Ikhite adopted Aigbokhae as a son and a younger brother and play mate for her son Ogbeide.

OGBEIDE, BROTHERS AND SISTERS
Igbinosa was the father of two sons Asemota and Nathaniel and three daughters Sarah, Owaomwanre and Agbonmwanre.

Erunekhoe later married Pa Umweni also at Idumu-Igun and She was the mother of three sons Edobo, Aigbe, and Imafidon Eboyi and two daughters Agbongiague who married Chief Ero in Benin and Iguahi who married Oba Eweka and later married Ayobahon also in Benin.

Ogbeide Uwaifo married five wives:- Omoso from Orhua, Akharia from Evbuakhua Ekpoma, Aitagbonu from Ugo Orhua, Uwaeyanye from Ozalla, and Ajehie from Irhuekpen.He was the father of seven sons:- Ezekiel Egharavba, Peter Obiti Imafidon, Christopher Iyinomen, Alfred Ehigie, John Abonaikhue, Semion Ayere, Abraham Ihonre and ten daughters:- Enoruwa, Enuwavbagbe, Omotahunde, Esien, Agbonmwenro Ebo, Unuane, Omoso, Iyomon, Efeiramon, Grace Oyugbo,

Aigbokhae Uwaifo was married to Omozee from Idumu-Ogua Orhua. He was the father of three sons Josaiah Evboayenma, Edward Eboyi and Joseph Orumwense.

Agbonriohuegbe was married to Pa Ehizenomen at Izumezuben Orhua and She was the mother of two sons, Osawe, and Agbi and a daughter, Ewaen.

OGBEIDE’S CHILDREN (SONS)

Ezekiel Egharevba married one wife Emiyomon from Ugo and He was the father of two sons Moses Iyionkhan, Samuel Ugo and three daughters Ivbarukhoro, Onaiwu Anini and Janent.

Peter Obiti Imafidon married five wives at different times:- Ivbasuen from Idumu-Igun, Ajehie who he inherited from his father Ogbeide, Elizabeth Airhobomagbon from Umokpe, Iziegbe from Idumu-Ogua and Iyeye from Ugboso. He was the father of two sons Stephen Igbinomwahia and Vincent Odigie from Elizabeth Airhobomagbon and three daughters Blackie from Ivbasuen, Mary Imade from Ajehie and Felicia from Elizabeth Airhobomagbon.

Christopher Iyinomen married two wives;-Osayi from Ugo Orhua and Blackie from Ugo Iyokorhionmwon. He was the father of six sons Emmanuel, Monday from Osayi and Andrew, Felix, Johnbull and Dennis from Blackie and five daughters Mary, Ese-Ohe, from Osayi and Debora, Irene and Abiodun from Blackie.

Alfred Ehigie was married to five wives:- Aghore from Ugboso, Ivbiaru from Idumu-Igun, Egbahon From Idumu-Igun, Felicia From Ozalla, and Uvbinekwi from Benin. He was the father of nine sons, Samuel Enorhonghoe, Napoleon, Charles Eroevbosee and Akugbeoretin from Ivbiaru, Glory from Egbahon, Kenneth Odion, Ovbokhan, Clifford and Clement from Felicia and five daughters, Lucy, Abigail, Magaret from Aghore, Julie from Ivbiaru and Ekinadoese from Uvbinekwi.

John Abonaikhue was married to two wives, Osayi from Ugo and Maria from Idumu- Ogua. He was the father of five Sons, Goodluck, Lawrence, Godfrey, Samson from Osayi and Omonruyi from Maria and three daughters, Mercy, Ekinadoese, Victoria from Osayi.

Semion Ayere was married to one wife, Enore from Idumu-Ore. He was the father of two sons, Smart and Ogieva and one daughter Lenient.

Abraham Ihonre is married to two wives, Agnes from Idumu-Ore and Rebecca from Irhuekpen. He was the father of four sons, Peter and Joseph from Agnes and Emmanuel and Ehis from Rebecca and four daughters, Clara Aghariagbonse and Patient from Agnes and Osaoretin and Imuetinyan from Rebecca.

OGBEIDE’S CHILDREN (DAUGHTERS)
Enoruwa was married to Pa Asokun at Izumezuben and She is the mother of William.

She was later married to Pa Edionseyi at Uhi and She was the mother of one son Joseph Ohuimumen and one daughter. Okiro

Enuwavbagbe was married to Pa Paul at Ugbohoso and She was the mother of one Son Ebo

Omotahunde was married to Pa Evbota at Ugo and She was the mother of one son Solomon Osayamen and one daughter Ihiavbegbe.

Esien was married to Pa Aghazeta at Idumu-Ore and She was the mother of five sons William, Sunday, Vincent Enohon, Esezobor, Clement Asaboro and one daughter Ivbarukhoro.

Agbonmwenro Ebo was married to Pa Osarumwense at Ugbohoso and She was the mother of two sons, Eronmonse, Emmanuel Osagie and two daughters, Irengioyamenre and >Ekhu.

Efeiramon was married to Pa Joel Oduma at Idumu-Ogua,and She was the mother of two sons, Idele, and Harrison and five daughters, Florence Edowaye, Edugie, Odion, Ovbokhan and Eniye.

Unuane was married to Pa Ilenre at Irhuekpen and She was the mother of two daughters Atugbelo and Ibhagbemien.

Omoso was married to Pa Ebalumenfo at Irhuekpen and She was the mother of two sons, Odia and Akhilo and one daughter,Ihinomon.

Iyomon was married to Pa Ukuelege at Irhuekpen and She is the mother of three sons, Paul, Christopher, and Albert, and two daughters, Grace and Lucy.

Grace Oyugbo was married to Pa Martins Osagiede of Ugohoso Orhua and She is the mother of two sons, Joseph and Imafidon Ebo and one daughter Joy.

THE ONLY SURVIVING CHILD OF OGBEIDE is Grace Oyugbo (Nov. 2021)

THE SURVIVING GRAND CHILDREN OF OGBEIDE(November 2021)

S/NOCHILDRENSURVIVING GRANDPHONE NUMBER 
  CHILDREN  
1.Ezekiel EgharevbaOnaiwu Anini  
   
2. Janent.  
    
3.Peter Obiti ImafidonStephen Igbinomwahia  
   
4. Vincent Odigie08033073073 
   
5. Blackie  
    
6. Mary Imade  
    
7.Christopher IyinomenAndrew  
   
8. Irene  
    
9. Abiodun  
    
10.Alfred EhigieSamuel Enorhonghoe,  
10.  
    
11. Napoleon,  
    
12. Charles Eroevbosee  
    
13. Akugbeoretin  
    
14. Glory  
    
15 Kenneth Odion,  
    
16. Clifford  
    
17. Clement  
    
18. Lucy  
    
19. Abigail  
    
20. Magaret  
    
21. Julie  
    
22. Ekinadoese  
    
23.John AbonaikhueGoodluck,  
   
24. Lawrence  
    
25. Godfrey,  
    
26. Samson  
    
27. Omonruyi  
    
28 Mercy  
    
29 Victoria  
    
30 Ekinadoese  
    
S/NOCHILDRENSURVIVING GRANDPHONE NUMBER 
  CHILDREN  
31.Semion AyereSmart .  
   
32. Lenient  
    
33.Abraham IhonrePeter  
   
34. Joseph  
35. Emmanuel  
36. Ehis  
37. Flora Aghariagbonse  
38. Patient  
39. Osaoretin  
40. Imuetinyan  
 Enoruwa——  
 Enuwavbagbe—–  
41.OmotahundeIhiavbegbe  
   
42.EsienSunday  
   
43. Clement Asaboro  
44.Agbonmwenro EboEmmanuel Osagie  
   
45.EfeiramonIdele  
   
46. Odion  
47. Ovbokhan  
 Unuane—-  
 Omoso—-  
48.IyomonChristopher  
   
49. Albert  
50. Grace  
51. Lucy  
52Grace OyugboJoseph  
   
53 Imafidon Ebo  
54 Joy  

ONE(1) CHILD AND FIFTY-FOUR(54) GRAND CHILDREN ARE ALIVE

(November 2021)