- 7, 2), a certain Manasseh, the brother of Jaddua and grandson of Joiada, refused to divorce his wife, the daughter of Sanballat.
- The son of Joiada and father of Jaddua, Neh.
- 26, 47), to the days of Jaddua (the grandson of Nehemiah's contemporary Joiada; ib.
- Io seq.), and that the last name is that of Jaddua, who, according to Josephus, was a contemporary of Alexander the Great (333 B.C.).