And the sons of Ulam were mighty men of valour
Men of great fortitude and courage, though their names are not expressed:
skilful in the use of the bow and arrows, as the Benjaminites formerly were famous for slinging stones:
and had many sons, and sons' sons, an hundred and fifty;
so that the posterity of Jonathan, whose genealogy is drawn down from ( 1 Chronicles 8:34 ) hither, were very great; and greater still, according to the Vulgate Latin version, in which the number is 150,000 in the edition of Sixtus the fifth, and so in most MSS of that version F19
all these are of the sons of Benjamin;
his posterity, whose names are given in this chapter.
F19 See James of the Contrariety of the Popish Bibles, p. 294.