SB 9.21.1

śrī-śuka uvāca
vitathasya sutān manyor
 bṛhatkṣatro jayas tataḥ
mahāvīryo naro gargaḥ
 saṅkṛtis tu narātmajaḥ
Word for word: 
śrī-śukaḥ uvāca — Śrī Śukadeva Gosvāmī said; vitathasya — of Vitatha (Bharadvāja), who was accepted in the family of Mahārāja Bharata under special circumstances of disappointment; sutāt — from the son; manyoḥ — named Manyu; bṛhatkṣatraḥ — Bṛhatkṣatra; jayaḥ — Jaya; tataḥ — from him; mahāvīryaḥ — Mahāvīrya; naraḥ — Nara; gargaḥ — Garga; saṅkṛtiḥ — Saṅkṛti; tu — certainly; nara-ātmajaḥ — the son of Nara.
Translation: 
Śukadeva Gosvāmī said: Because Bharadvāja was delivered by the Marut demigods, he was known as Vitatha. The son of Vitatha was Manyu, and from Manyu came five sons — Bṛhatkṣatra, Jaya, Mahāvīrya, Nara and Garga. Of these five, the one known as Nara had a son named Saṅkṛti.