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 +{{::​arach_rose.jpg?​nolink&​640}}\\ rose says her ancestors came into Uganda from Shiluk in south Sudan. Shesays the wandering group first went to Kitgum. they later travelled westwards into west Acholi. When this people reached Guruguru hill, they realizes that there were other Luo speakers living around the hill. It was most probably late June or early July when they arrived there. Fearing to approach a homestead, the group settled in a sorghum garden. This kind of sorghum has stems that are sweet like sugar-cane. It was grown mostly for the juice in the stem. But the owners of the garden came and found them treating themselves to the sweet stems. What the visitors had expected to be the worst turned out ot be a friendly welcome. The group was taken home. The leader of the group was then named "​Tyang"​ - name for sugar-cane in Acoli and the people Patyang meaning people of Tyang. Their rescuers were people of Pukure clan. Ever since that time this people became Pukure, Patyang. They l;lived together and have become part of the clan. Three are no marriages between them and the original Pukure. During the Lamogi rebellion of 1911, these people fought alongside the Lamogi. They were also relocated forcefully by the British to Gulu and later went back to their present place-- most of them are near Olwal in Lamogi sub-county, Amuru district.\\ ​ ancestry in excel below\\ {{ :​arach_rose.xlsx|{{http://​​i/​mime/​32/​application/​vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.sheet.png?​32x32ARACH ROSE.xlsx}}\\ ​
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