Achiuf has a birth year of 273. Adding succeeding generations at 30 year intervals gives the following estimated birth years. These estimates are purely speculative and used only for placing persons in their approximate time frame.
GPS For Death Location: 40° 52′ 0″ N, 22° 19′ 0″ E
Amalfrida, born, say, 445, daughter of Theodemir and his wife, was murdered in the period 523-5.  Iordanes names "Amalfridam germanam suam [Theoderici]" as the mother of "Theodehadi" and wife of "Africa regi Vandalorum…Thrasamundo". Emperor Zeno used her as ambassador to her half-brother in 487 to thwart his attack on Constantinople. Her second marriage was arranged by her half-brother, Theodoric King of Italy, as part of his efforts to foster the support of the Vandals. Amalafrida's dowry was Lilybæum in western Sicily. After the death of her husband, she unsuccessfully protested his successor's withdrawal of support from her brother, but she was outmanœuvred and killed. She married firstly Hugo before 500. The Widukindi Res Gestæ Saxonicæ names "Huga rex Francorum…unicam filiam Amalbergam" who married "Irminfredo regi Thuringorum", but there is no indication to whom "Huga rex Francorum" could refer. She married secondly, about 500, Thrasamund, King of the Vandals, son of Gento the Vandal or Gelimer the Vandal (before 460-523).
Theodoric, born, say, 450, son of Theodemir and his concubine was born about 451 and died 30 August 526. Iordanes names "Theodericum" as son of Theodemir, in a later passage naming his mother "Erelieva concubina". He was proclaimed Theodoric "the Great" King of Italy in Mar 493 after defeating King Odovacar. 
Theodimund, born, say, 452, son of Theodemir and his concubine. The primary source which names him has not yet been identified. He marched westwards to Durazzo with his brother in 479, leading one of the three marching columns. 
daughter, born, say, 454, died 479, daughter of Theodemir and his concubine.The primary source which records her existence has not yet been identified. She died about the time her half-brother marched westwards to Durazzo.