MANCHURIA

The Manchu Dynasty

(Ta Ch'ing Ch'ao )

GENEALOGY

Mnggke Temr [Tu-tu-mng-t'-mu], Prince Ze [Yan Huang Ti Chao Tsu]. He was k. with his son, 30th November 1433, having had issue, two sons:
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Taksi [T'a-k'o-shih], Prince Fu [Hsan Huang Ti Hsien Tsu], fourth son of Giocangga [Cheh-ch'ang-an], Prince Chang [Ching Tsu I Huang Ti], Prince of the Jurgen Tribe. m. (a) Sitala-chi (d. 1568), raised to the posthumous title of Empress as Hsan Hoang Hou 21st October 1648, a daughter or grand-daughter of Prince Wang Kao, of the Sitala clan of the Jurjen tribe. m. (b) Li-kia-chi Fei, daughter of Kou-lou-li. m. (c) Hota Fei [Nara-chi], from the family of King Wanhan, of Hota. He was k. by officers of Emperor Wan-Li, after the fall of Atai, March 1583 (bur. Yung-ling Mausoleum, near Xingjing), having had issue, five sons and four daughters:
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