Fausset's Bible Dictionary 
Descended from Jerahmeel, Hezron's son, representing a chief family of Judah. Having no male issue, he gave his daughter in marriage to Jarha his Egyptian slave ( 1 Chronicles 2:31; 1 Chronicles 2:34-35).
Smith's Bible Dictionary 
She'shan. (Noble). A descendant of Jerahmeel, the son of Hezron. 1 Chronicles 2:31; 1 Chronicles 2:34-35. (B.C. after 1690).
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible 
Morrish Bible Dictionary 
A chief of Judah, whose family was sustained in the tribe by his daughter's marriage to his Egyptian servant. 1 Chronicles 2:31,34,35 .
Holman Bible Dictionary 
1 Chronicles 2:31-35
Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature 
(Heb. Sheshan', ] שֵׁשָׁ , Lily [Gesen.] or Noble [Furst]; Sept. Σωσάν v.r. Σωσάμ , a "son" of Ishi and "father" of Ahlai or Atlai, among the descendants of Jerahmeel the son of Hezron; being a representative of one of the chief families of Judah, who, in consequence. of the failure of male issue, gave his daughter in marriage to Jarha (q.v.), his Egyptian slave, and through this union the line was perpetuated ( 1 Chronicles 2:31; 1 Chronicles 2:34-35). B.C. post 1856.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia 
shē´shan ( שׁשׁן , shēshān ; Σωσάν , Sōsán ): A J erahmeelite whose daughter married his servant Jarha ( 1 Chronicles 2:31 , 1 Chronicles 2:34 , 1 Chronicles 2:35 ). The genealogical list which follows embraces some very early names (compare Curtis, ICC , at the place).
Kitto's Popular Cyclopedia of Biblial Literature 
She´shan (lily), a Hebrew, who during the sojourn in Egypt gave his daughter in marriage to his freed Egyptian slave [JARHA].
- Sheshan from Fausset's Bible Dictionary
- Sheshan from Smith's Bible Dictionary
- Sheshan from Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
- Sheshan from Morrish Bible Dictionary
- Sheshan from Holman Bible Dictionary
- Sheshan from Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature
- Sheshan from International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
- Sheshan from Kitto's Popular Cyclopedia of Biblial Literature