Genealogies of the remaining tribes (7:1-8:40)
Although the lists here are incomplete and in places difficult to follow, it seems that the tribes dealt with are Issachar (7:1-5), parts of Benjamin and Dan (6-12), Naphtali (13), the portion of Manasseh not listed earlier (14-19; cf. 5:23-24), Ephraim (20-29) and Asher (30-40).
Benjamin is given in greater detail, possibly because it included Jerusalem in its tribal territory. Also this was the only tribe that joined Judah in the southern kingdom, the kingdom that remained loyal to the Davidic dynasty (8:1-28). Benjamin also produced Israel's first king, Saul, whose family details are given (29-40).
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Flemming, Donald C. "Commentary on 1 Chronicles 7". "Brideway Bible Commentary". https://www.studylight.org/
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