Virabhadra Gosani, who is Nityananda's first branch, lived with Sri Ramadasa and Gadadhara dasa. Virabhadra is sometimes considered to be Nityananda's devotee, sometimes Lord Caitanya's.
Visnudasa, branch number 28, has his sons Nandana and Gangadasa as subbranches.
Sri Balarama, Svarupa, and Jagadisa, who are Acyutananda sons, are branch number 4. However, all of Advaita's branches from number 4 through number 38 are also considered to be Acyutananda's subbranches.
Kamalakanta Visvasa, while mentioned at length in Adi lila, does not appear to be considered a branch.
CAITANYA'S EASTERN DEVOTEES:
In Haridasa Thakura's branch were many residents of Kulina, including Vaninatha Vasu, Satyaraja Khan (Satyaraja Vasu), Ramananda, Yadunatha, Purusottama, Sankara and Vidyananda.
In Sivananda Sena's branch were his sons, Caitanya dasa, Ramadasa, and Karnapura; his servants and family; and his nephews, Srivallabha Sena and Srikanta Sena.
Gopinatha Simha, who is listed as number 38, is followed by Devananda Pandita, who is mentioned but appears not to be counted as a subbranch.
CAITANYA'S WESTERN DEVOTEES:
While Anupama is counted as branch number 45, he is also said to be considered a subbranch of Sanatana and Rupa. Anupama's branch includes Rajendra and Jiva Gosvami.
Srila Raghunatha dasa Gosvami, who is branch number 46, was entrusted to the care of Svarupa Damodara. While Svarupa Damodara was Lord Caitanya's close personal associate, he is not directly listed as a branch.
Sankararanya, who is branch number 48, has in his subbranch Mukunda, Kasinatha and Rudra.
Madhava, branch number 83, along with Vasudev and Ramadasa Abhirama, went with Nityananda to Bengal. Madhava & Vasudev are sometimes considered to be Nityananda's devotees.
Ciranjiva, Sri Raghunandana, Madhavacarya, Kamalakanta and Sri Yadunandana are counted as branches number 86 through 88, but it's not clear who is in which branch.
JAGANNATH PURI DEVITEES:
Acyutananda, who is number 35 in the list of Begal devotees who visited the Lord in Puri, is also listed as the first branch in Sri Advaita's tree of devotees.