- Tji, a Wurango horde located at the western end of the Peninsula.
- Ja:loa Wurango horde in Port Essington.
The following clan marriage sections are said to have existed:
- Wurrunga, Wurrango.
- Wuru:ku, U:ru:ku.
- Wa:reidbug, Woreidbug.
- Ja:lo. (ja:lo = 'no')
- (?) Limba-Karadjee. (See Iwaidja).
- G.Windsor Earl, writes of Manjarojalli, Manjarwüli, and Mambulgit, mistaking these to be castes. He added however that Manjarojalli comes from ojelli (fire) meaning that this skin section sprang from fire; that Manjarwüli came from the land, while Mambulgit, though obscure, referred to net-weavers.
- Limba Karadjee was the name assigned to the Port Essington tribe by E.M.Curr's informant, Crawford Pasco
- Earl, G. Windsor (1846). "On the Aboriginal Tribes of the Northern Coast of Australia". The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London. 16: 239–251. JSTOR 1798232.
- Jennison, J. C. (1927). "Notes on the language of the Elcho Island aborigines". Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia. 51: 177–192.
- Pasco, Crawford (1886). "Port Essington" (PDF). In Curr, Edward Micklethwaite (ed.). The Australian race: its origin, languages, customs, place of landing in Australia and the routes by which it spread itself over the continent. Volume 1. Melbourne: J. Ferres. pp. 268–269.
- Tindale, Norman Barnett (1974). "Wurango (NT)". Aboriginal Tribes of Australia: Their Terrain, Environmental Controls, Distribution, Limits, and Proper Names. Australian National University. ISBN 978-0-708-10741-6.