MANCHURIA

The Manchu Dynasty

(Ta Ch'ing Ch'ao )

GENEALOGY

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1626 - 1643 H.M. Emperor T'ien-ts'ung [T'ai Tsung Wen Huang Ti] [Ying T'ien Hsing Kuo Hung T Chang Wu K'uan Wn Jn Shng Jui Hsiao Ching Ming Chao Ting Lung Tao Hsien Kung Wn], Emperor of Manchuria. b. at Hetuala, 28th November 1592, as Abahai, educ. privately. Raised to the rank of Prince (To Lo Pei L) in 1616. Proclaimed on the death of his father, 20th October 1626. Renamed his people the Manchu instead of the Jurched. Renamed the dynasty Ta Ch'ing Ch'ao (the Great Ch'ing Dynasty) instead of Chin, a phrase having negative connotations in Chinese, 15th May 1636. m. two empresses, two Fei, two Tse Fei, and six Shu Fei, including (first) 28th May 1614, H.M. Empress Hsiao Tuan Wn [Jere] (b. 13th May 1599; d. at Peking, 27th May 1649, bur. Chao-ling Mausoleum, near Shenyang), granted the rank of Empress with the title of Hsiao Tuan Wn Huang Hou 10th August 1636, and became Empress Dowager with the title of Hsiao Tuan-wn Huang T'ai Hou October 1643, daughter of H.H. Manjusri Noyan, 1st Prince Fu (Ho Sh Fu Ch'in Wang) of the Korchin Mongols. m. (second) 1625, H.M. Empress Hsiao Tuan Chuang [Bumbutai] (b. 28th March 1613; d. 27th January 1688, bur. Chao-ling Mausoleum, near Shenyang), granted the titles of Chuang Shou Fei 10th August 1636, and Min-hoei-kong-houo, Koan-tsiu-kong, prom. to Empress Dowager with the title of Hsiao Tuan Chuang Wn Huang T'ai Hou Shun-chih 1644, prom. to Empress Dowager Hsiao Chao-sheng Huang T'ai Hou 1651, and then to Grand Empress Dowager with the title of Hsiao Chao-sheng T'ai Huang T'ai Hou 13th November 1662, younger daughter of Prince Jaisang, of the Borjigit clan of Korchin Mongols, and a descendant of Ghenghis Khan. m. (a) 6th December 1634, Min Hui Kung Ho Yuan Fei [Hairanju] (b. 1609; d. October 1641), granted the posthumous title of Min Hui Kung Ho Yuan Fei 29th November 1643, elder daughter of Prince Jaisang, of the Borjigit clan of Korchin Mongols. m. (b) 1634, I-ching Ta Kuei Fei [Namjung], daughter of Dorji-erke Noyan, of the Abagha Mongols, and widow of Lighdan Khan, Great Khan of the Mongols. m. (c) (first legitimate wife) a lady of Niuhuru clan Paturu, Kong-ngo-tou? m. (d) 1634, K'ang Hu Shu Fei [Badmajua], widow of Lighdan Khan, Great Khan of the Mongols, and daughter of Bodisai-chukhur, Tabunang, of the Abagha Mongols. m. (e) (second legitimate wife) Ula Ki Fei, daughter of Prince K'e-to, of the Nara clan. m. (f) Yehonala Fei, daughter of Prince Ngo-na-pou. m. (g) Yen Cha-chi, daughter of Pu Yen. m. (h) Nara-chi Fei, daughter of Yeng Ko-pu. m. (i) I-eul-ken Fei [Kiulu-chi], daughter of Ngan T'a-si. m. (j) Yi-ching Ngo-lou-ngo-pa-hai [Pouo-eul-tsi-ki-t'e-che], daughter of Ngo-lou-ngo-pa-hai Noyan, Ngo-ts'i-ko. m. (k) …Tse Fei, a daughter of Bayartu-dayiching Noyan of the Jarud Mongols. m. (l) …Shu Fei, daughter of ljeit-gying Tsaisang, of Chakhar. He d. at the Palace of Purity and Tranquility, Shenyang, 21st September 1643 (bur. Chao-ling Mausoleum, near Shenyang), having had issue, eleven sons and fourteen daughters, including: Copyright Christopher Buyers
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