The others are (a) Baal, 1 Chronicles 5:5, the father of a man exiled by Tiglath-Pileser; (b) another Baal, 1 Chronicles 8:30 and 9:36; (c) David’s son Beeliada, 1 Chronicles 14:7 (called Eliada in 2 Samuel 5:16 and 1 Chronicles 3:8); and (d) Baalhanan, 1 Chronicles 27:28. “Mephibosheth” the son of Saul in 2 Samuel 21:8 may imply an eighth. See the discussion by P. Kyle McCarter, II Samuel, Anchor Bible 9 (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1984), pp. 85-87, 124-125, 128, 439. I do not include other names that are only conjectured to include ba‘al, since they can be explained plausibly in their present forms. See Jeffrey H. Tigay, You Shall Have No Other Gods: Israelite Religion in the Light of Hebrew Inscriptions, Harvard Semitic Studies 31 (Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1986), p. 8 n. 10; Pike, “Israelite Theophoric Personal Names,” pp. 109–120.