SB 4.1.38

pulahasya gatir bhāryā
 trīn asūta satī sutān
karmaśreṣṭhaṁ varīyāṁsaṁ
 sahiṣṇuṁ ca mahā-mate
Word for word: 
pulahasya — of Pulaha; gatiḥ — Gati; bhāryā — wife; trīn — three; asūta — gave birth; satī — chaste; sutān — sons; karma-śreṣṭham — very expert in fruitive activities; varīyāṁsam — very respectable; sahiṣṇum — very tolerant; ca — also; mahā-mate — O great Vidura.
Translation: 
Gati, the wife of the sage Pulaha, gave birth to three sons, named Karmaśreṣṭha, Varīyān and Sahiṣṇu, and all of them were great sages.
Purport: 

Gati, the wife of Pulaha, was the fifth daughter of Kardama Muni. She was very faithful to her husband, and all her sons were as good as he.