Past and gender
Page 8, Appendix, A. Abductees returned between the Dinka of Rumbek County and the Nuer of Nyuong and Leer Provinces
... 3. Nyagon Ruac, a girl, is now staying with Agar Pakam and she refused to go
4. The daughter of Manyang Nhial was married by an Agar man.
5. Nyieth Agontol from Agar Pakam section married the daughter of a Nuer with a bride price of 10 head of cattle and they were received by Chief Kok Yar of Nuer.
... 9. The daughter of Partap, a Nuer, has been married by an Agar man, and has to date given birth to one child.
10. The daughter of Cieny Buoth, named Akuac, has married a man named Malieny with the bride price of 40 cows having been paid.
Page 8, Appendix, B. Abductees returned between the Dinka Atuot of Yirol County and the Nuer of Leer Province
... 2. Three children and one wife of Chief Amac Kuocnin have been returned.
4. The wife of Matueng Angong, a woman from Nuer, is now officially married with the payment of five cows by the family of the husband.
5. Majak Aciengedie, of Yirol, had abducted the daughter of Duop Makuac of Nuer, but has now returned her to her father.
Page 9, Appendix, B. Abductees returned between the Dinka Atuot of Yirol County and the Nuer of Leer Province
... 6. The daughter of Manyuel Bapal was staying with her maternal uncle, who is from Agar Dinka, and married an Agar man of the area. Chief Manyiel Lieny of Pakam is the uncle of the husband and has officially concluded the marriage with the bride price payment of 40 heard of cattle made to her parents in Nuer area.
7. Five married Nuer women were abducted by people of Yirol and were remarried. Though they have been identified they have not yet been released at time of writing.
8. The community of Yirol have released 23 persons who had been abducted from Nuer. Of these 5 women who had been married among the Dinka refused to return to their people.
9. The lady Agony Nyieth of Nuer, is the mother of four children by her husband. Wut Ruat. She and her children were staying among the Dinka of Yirol at the time of the 1991 split. After Wunlit they were all allowed to return to their people.
10. The wife of Maker Monuer is missing, thought to be among the Nuer.
11. The wife of Majok Malueth is missing.
... 13. The wife of Muorwel Nyot has now returned from Nuer with her 2 children
14. The daughter of Acol, a woman from Agar, has been married by a Nuer, and is now staying with a certain Riek Boshop.
15. Magok Ater, of Agar, had been living with his Nuer wife in Nuerland with the 3 children to whom she had given birth. Amidst fighting related to the 1991 split Mogok fled to his homeland. In his absence his wife gave birth 4 more children by a Nuer men. With the Wunlit Conference all 7 children were returned with their mother to Magok Ater, now living in Rumbek.
16. The Nuer wife of Magar Aciek was abducted by Nuer with her son, but since Wunlit has been brought back to her husband in Yirol.
17. Efforts have been made to restor Ayor, a Dinka, to her husband, Bol Riak of Yirol, but she has refused to return.
... 20. The daughter of Gai Nang named Nyagok, together with her three children, were released to return to their home in Agar area.
... 22. The wife of Daniel Galuak had been abducted by the Agar, but has now been restored back to her Nuer people.
23. The daughter of Manyiel Aciek, named Ayiep Manyiel, of Agar is still with Buoth Gei in Nuer area.
24. Five young women of Nuer have been located, 4 of whom have been officially married by Dinka men of Rumbek and one married by a man from Yirol. However, there were no Dinka girls who have been married by Nuer.
Page 9, Appendix, C. Missing people from Nuer now in Rumbek County
1. The wife of Maleel Puaal with her 3 children, missing
... 7. 4 children of Macol Makar, missing; among these children one daughter is known to have been married.
... 9. 2 children of Mawec Kual, missing. Of these one daughter has been married.