CC Ādi 10.112

puruṣottama, śrī-gālīma, jagannātha-dāsa
śrī-candraśekhara vaidya, dvija haridāsa
Word for word: 
puruṣottama — Puruṣottama; śrī-gālīma — Śrī Gālīma; jagannātha-dāsa — Jagannātha dāsa; śrī-candreśekhara vaidya — Śrī Candraśekhara Vaidya; dvija haridāsa — Dvija Haridāsa.
Translation: 
The sixty-eighth branch of the original tree was Puruṣottama, the sixty-ninth was Śrī Gālīma, the seventieth was Jagannātha dāsa, the seventy-first was Śrī Candraśekhara Vaidya, and the seventy-second was Dvija Haridāsa.
Purport: 

Śrīla Bhaktisiddhānta Sarasvatī Ṭhākura writes in his Anubhāṣya, “There is some question about whether Dvija Haridāsa was the author of Aṣṭottara-śata-nāma. He had two sons, named Śrīdāma and Gokulānanda, who were disciples of Śrī Advaita Ācārya. Their village, Kāñcana-gaḍiyā, is situated within five miles of the Bājārasāu station, the fifth station from Azimganj in the district of Murshidabad [in West Bengal].”