CODES 

Those listed are ancestors born before 1935.  
Names include data on generation, residence, lineage and trib
e.g. bSN 1             = generation b residence SN lineage 1
     enS[H:Tekeli]     = generation e residence S  tribe   H
 
Generations
 a GEN 1 1785
 b GEN 2 1815
 c GEN 3 1845
 d GEN 4 1875
 e GEN 5 1905
 f GEN 6 1935
 g GEN 7 1965
 h GEN 8 1995

Residence
 SS -- born in town, stays in town
 NS -- born to Nomad clan, settled in town
*nS -- born to another tribe, settled in town
  S -- living in town, parents N, dont know if born in town
 SN -- born in town, becomes Nomad
 RN -- Returned from town TO the Nomad clan
 NR -- Returned to town where their ancestors came from
 nn -- nomad from elsewhere and stays elsewhere as nomad 
*HN -- shepherd from a town joins clan 
 nN -- nomad from elsewhere joins clan 
 Nn -- nomad from clan joins another nomad group elsewhere 
 NN -- born to and stays in Nomad clan

Tribes- historical alliances of nomads, with well-known names.  Every man knows 
his tribe's name, but practically tribes were without importance in the 20th C.

 Tribes of clan members, their ancestors, or spouses:

1.	Karahacili, a dispersed tribe, whose members have coalesced in the present case to form the core of the nomad clan. 
2.	Zembirciler, an uncommon tribe, one of whom was a clan founder (#1).  Maybe it is the name of a former village in the neighborhood of which the Dolasikli lineage had their winter camps.
        Zembirciler- possible tribal or clan name

 Other Tribes- OUTSIDE NOMAD CLAN
 with Relinking marriages with the clan:
[ascertain that all tribal letters are in correspondence in tables]
A/A:	Honamli (a tribal name known to the Turkish administration, which gave out cadastre or land register documents).  Eight Honamli men and six women figure in the genealogies, as spouses and their parents in generations d-e-f for the women, and f-g for the men.  "Donsuz" lineage (#2) took two wives in generations d and f and gave three from generations f and g, and later gave three wives, one from generation f and two from generation g.  Kirbasi lineage (#4) took three wives, two born from generation e (i.e., marriages after 1905) and one from generation f.  Koca bey lineage (#5) also took a woman from generation e.  We have seen how this identity was "borrowed" by the Karahacili when it was useful for land claims.  It is not quite clear why the Karahacili clan hid their identity under this name.  It may be that other Karahacili clans had already made claims to indicate willingness to settle. (includes Kara Bela)  
C/B:	SarikeÁili (=Those with Yellow Goats, mentioned in the first half of 19th century near Aydin; S¸mer 1980:632) - 8 women from generations e, f, and g.
D/C:	Cirikli (I heard this name from many informants, but there is no written evidence.  It is the name of a clan or lineage that stayed in the West near Antalya or moved only half distance to the East.) - three men and two women, 3 from generation e, two from d.  The Karahacili founders and early descendants of lineage #5, prominent in the early generations, intermarried with the Cirikli, as did the Rovers (#2) as they rose in status in later generations.
E/D:	Hayta (=Rebels; the name occurs already at the beginning of the 19th century in Western Anatolia; cf. De Planhol 1970:22; Bates 1973:52f., who does not know all books of Yalgin and takes Hayta only for a lineage)- 4 men and 5 women, 1 from generation e, 5 from f and 2 from g. The Hayta Kelebekli (=Butterflies) were a clan of the Hayta tribe who intermarried heavily with our nomads.  The Tirtar were named by clan members as another clan of the Hayta.  Today Tirtar has become the name of a village in the Cukurova - 1 woman from generation e and 2 women from generation f. (subgroup: Hayta Kelebekli) 
F/E:	Afsar (a very large and famous tribe, that occupied wide parts of inner Anatolia.  They were at war with the Central government of Turkey in the 19th century. After their defeat in 1865 they all became sedentary - no nomadic Afsars are left (Eberhard 1953a:41) and the nomadic newcomers from the West could obtain their pasture-grounds.  But in many villages there were kept the consciousness of belonging to the Afsar-tribe)- 1 woman from generation e. 
 with Marrying with the clan, but not through relinking marriages:(not including 1 man, generation g, from an "unknown" tribe: 
G/F:	Horzum (mentioned near Aydin and West from Antalya since 16th century; S¸mer 1980:181,318,357,629f.)- 5 men, 4 generation f, one from g, and 3 women from generations d, e, and f.
H/G:	Tekeli (=People from Teke, the old name of Antalya, and first documented as a tribal name in the 17th century; S¸mer 1980:181)- 4 women, from generations e, f, and g. 
I/H:	Kara koyunlu (=People with Black Sheep, known already since the 13th century; S¸mer 1967)- 2 women, from generation g (one also listed as Tekeli).
J/I:	Kesifli (far off tribe) - 1 female of generation e.
[FIRST LETTER:AS IN CODES; SECOND LETTER AS IN BOOK because:
[B:Cirtar or Tartar were heard as tribal names, but not documented from written evidence of a tribe or placename.
   Tartar/Turtar- clan name
  :Andrev="Another" Stamm
 ? unknown
  Hosak
  Kara Kanli?
  Munsari

 Clans- subgroups of tribes, groups of dense intermarriages. They have the 
 FICTION of common offspring about 5 generations up. E.g.,
  Cirikli- tribe or clan?
  Ecevitli- personal name, people decended from him
  Sari Abiler - people of the Blond Ali, Sari Ali, lineage 6
The Kelebekli (=Butterflies) were a clan of the Hayta tribe and Haci Bobulo, 
father of Mayali (749), wife of Sakar Haci (=Clumsy Haci;748), was member of 
Hayta tribe, with which there were the next intermarriage between Sakar Haci's 
SoDa Ummuhan (754) and the SoSo (name unknown to my informants; 755) of Haci 
BÅlbÅl (Haci Nightingale) of Hayta tribe. It is very likely that Mayali and 
Haci BÅlbÅl were Si and Br, but I have no definite data about this, sorry. 

 Lineages- subgroups with FACTUAL common ancestor in the last 3-5 generations. 
 Only paternal ancestors are counted, although there is much intermarriage 
 with the maternal relatives too.  Karahacili (Kara Hacili); the main tribe, 
 contains the lineages.

 Lineages
  1 Dolasikli (Rovers). Encompassing the Rovers proper and the "Quarrelsome" segmentary lineage.
  2 "Donsuz" ((=Don Suzlu Kabile: "Pantless" or "no underpants") - a large lineage.
  3 Ecevitli (=descendants of the ancestor nicknamed Ecevitli, which is a common lineage name outside the clan), large
  4 Kirbasi ogullari (=Sons of Greyhead 407). This is the lineage of the extended family with whom Johansen lived for most of the time.
  5 Koca bey ogullari (Sons of the Old Master) with connections to the Cirikli tribe, and absorbing the adopted lineage #8.
  6 Dazkirli kabile (=from Dazkir village), small, apical ancestor 441- 1 photo.
  7 "Ahrazlar" (=Speechless")
  8 Offspring of a shepherd (409) working for #5 and adopted by that lineage.
  9 Offspring of a shepherd (14) working for #1 and adopted by that lineage.
  10 Offspring of a shepherd (100) working for #1 and adopted by this lineage.


NOTES ON RAW DATA FILE

Data Columns 

I. Minimal data needed to reconstruct the genealogies
 Col. Legend
2-6 Number of ego
  7 d = died before ethnographer knew them
  8 M=male, F=female
  9 d=Divorced
 10-13 Spouse 
 14-18 Father 
 19-23 Mother 

II. Extensible data on the individuals 
 Col. Legend
   24 Generation abcdefgh
Residence: always patrilocal except sometimes neolocal in village
   25 premarital residence 
S = settled 
N = nomad clan 
n = other tribe
K = Kurdish
H = herder from settled village
   26 postmarital residence 
S = settled 
N = nomad clan 
n = other tribe
K = Kurdish
H = herder from settled village
Thus:
 SS -- born in town, stays in town
 NS -- born to Nomad clan, settled in town
*nS -- born to another tribe, settled in town
  S -- living in town, parents N, dont know if born in town
 SN -- born in town, becomes Nomad
 RN -- Returned from town TO the Nomad clan
 NR -- Returned to town where their ancestors came from
 nn -- nomad from elsewhere and stays elsewhere as nomad 
*HN -- shepherd from a town joins clan 
 nN -- nomad from elsewhere joins clan 
 Nn -- nomad from clan joins another nomad group elsewhere 
 NN -- born to and stays in Nomad clan

27-28 Lineage number (#1-10) within the clan; tribal letter [A-J] (see
                                                                 p.32f.)
   29 Name and notes (occupation, places of origin or destination)
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 City
  Adana- pop. 800,000 

 Large Town
  Konya

 Towns
  Kayseri (Kayserili= person from Kayseri)
  Kozan
  Maras

 Small town
  Osmaniye
  Saimbeyli
  Kirikhan  30,000

 Large Village
  Magara
  Misis
  Tufanbeyl

 Nomad clan summer camp
  Kurs,un

 Villages (Koy)
  Arnac,kavak- village in the mountain valley in which focal clan lived in summer 
  Bostaklar
  C,abarlar
  C,akal
  Dergez Koy
  Ecevitli- also clan
  Eski Mantas 
  Eyup bei Kadirli- village near Kadirli
  Gedikli Koy
  Gumus,lu 
  Ilmasit Koy
  Karabucak
  Kirmancali (near Osmaniye town)
  Manavli
  Polatli
  Tarpan Koyu
  Tutar- tribe, now village
  Yahnakli 

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Vocabulary
  as,ireti- 'its' tribe, a grammatical construction
  Bey- "Sir" "Herr" "Landlord"
  C,oban- shepherd
  Erzogen - educated 
  gocebe- headman 
  Haji- Mecca pilgrim
  Hirt- Shepherd; fruher Hirt- former Shepherd
  Kabile- a clan, group of people
  Kara- Black 
  Kizi- person
  Koca- Jerusalem pilgrim
  Kurdin- female Kurd
  Ilkokul-  primary school–
  Liseogretmeni- teacher at a lyzeum = grammar school
  Liseogreci- pupil at a lyzeum = grammar school–
  Muhacir- refugee
  Oglu- Son of
  Tepe- Hill
  Traktorcu- tractor driver
  Zitroni nadi ... ?

 Proper Names
  Hava- same as Eve
  Kara Ali- the black Ali
  Kara Molla- the black religious teacher (he knew Arabic letters)
 Nicknames
  Sakar=Awkward=Clumsy  (nickname)

TANIDIK KISI - "known men," real leaders
   228b 5 Veli Kahya                                     1850-1890
   784c 2 Findik Ali (Findikli Ali?) WAS WELL KNOWN      1890-1930?
                                     fa of findikli haci 
    32d 1 Kozan Mehmet                    killed in 1957 1927-1957
    99d 9 Haci Mullah (tried to be TANIDIKI KISI but didnt succeed)
   818e 2 Findikli Haci       (10 yrs older than Ulla)   1957-1985
   597f 4 Mustafa "Dede"      (10 yrs younger than Ulla) 1982-1995
 COMPETITOR of Veli Kahya
   716b 2 Mustan ?? too old for TANIDIKI KISI in b generation
 COMPETITORS of Findikli Haci 
 Hamit Haji
 Haji Mullah