Mulligo was a Ngotak and had two wives, Kokoobung and Mugarwit, both of the Ballaroke family, and neither of them deficient either in youth, or in such personal charms as find favour in the eyes of the natives. According to native custom however they of right, upon their husband's death, became the wives of Miago.

"One of the most remarkable facts connected with the natives, is that they are divided into certain great families, all the members of which bear the same names, as a family or second name: the principal branches of these families, so far as I have been able to ascertain, are the Ballaroke Tdondarup Ngotak Nagarnook Nogonyuk Mongalung Narrangur.

Traditional Laws of Relationship and Marriage. One of the most remarkable facts connected with the natives is that they are divided into certain great families, all the members of which bear the same names, as a family, or second name: the principal branches of these families, so far as I have been able to ascertain, are the: Ballaroke Tdondarup Ngotak Nagarnook Nogonyuk Mongalung Narrangur.

"One of the most remarkable facts connected with the natives, is that they are divided into certain great families, all the members of which bear the same names, as a family or second name: the principal branches of these families, so far as I have been able to ascertain, are the Ballaroke Tdondarup Ngotak Nagarnook Nogonyuk Mongalung Narrangur.