Asher’s sons were Imnah, Ishvah, Ishvi, and Beriah, and their sister Serah. Beriah’s children were Heber and Malchiel. — Breishit/Genesis 46:17
The name of Asher’s daughter was Serah. — Numbers/Bamidbar 26:48
The timespan between the verse in Genesis and the one in Numbers is about 400 years. There are several midrashic comments on Serah’s long life. See the portion Pinchas, for example, wherein she is midrashically credited with finding Joseph’s bones when the Israelites leave Egypt.
Find out more about Serah (or Serach), who is also linked, in Pirkei di Rabbi Eliezer, with informing Jacob that Joseph lives. See, e.g., her entry in Tree of Souls.
While following Serah into and out of Egyptian captivity, also note that Jocheved, Moses’ mother, is hidden in the genealogy at the end of this portion. Thirty-two names are listed as children of Jacob and Leah; the 33rd is Jocheved.
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