CHINA

The Manchu Dynasty

(Ta Ch'ing Ch'ao )

GENEALOGY

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1722 - 1735 H.M. Emperor Yung-ch'ng [Shih Tsung Hien Huang Ti] [Ching Ch'ang Yn Chien Chung Piao Chng Wn Wu Ying Ming K'uan Jn Hsin I Jui Sh'ng Ta Hsiao Chih Ch'ng Hsien], the Great Illustrious Emperor of the Great Ch'ing Dynasty, Son of Heaven, Lord of Myriad Years, etc. b. 13th December 1678, educ. privately. Granted the rank of To Lo Pei L 1698, prom. to the title of Ho Sh Ch'in Wang Yung 1709, Proclaimed after the death of his father, 20th December 1722. m. twenty-four wives, including (first) H.M. Empress Hsiao Ching Hsien (b. 1681; d. 29th October 1731), raised to the title of Empress 17th January 1724, and received the posthumous title of Hsiao Ching Hsien 7th January 1732, daughter of Fiyanggu, Tch'eng-ngen-kong, of the Ulanara clan. m. (second) at Peking, 1705, H.M. Empress Hsiao Sheng Hsien (b. 1st January 1693; d. 2nd March 1777, bur. East Tai-ling Mausoleum, Hebei), granted the title of Ko Ko in 1705, prom. to HsiiFei 1723, prom. to HsiiKuei Fei 17th January 1724, and to Dowager Empress with the title of Hsiao Chong Ching Huang T'ai Hou 10th January 1736, and finally to the posthumous title of Hsiao Sheng Chih Hsuan Kang Hui Tun He Cheng Hui Renmu Ching Tian Kuang Sheng Hsien 23rd April 1777, daughter of Ling-chu, 1st Prince (Yideng Cheng En Kung) Liangrong, of the Manchu Bordered Yellow Banner Corps, and  granddaughter of Eidu, of the Niuhuru clan. m. (a) Ch'i Fei [Li-chi], raised to the title of Ch'i Fei 1723, daughter of Li Wen-pi, sometime Prefect. m. (b) Y Pin, ne Geng, raised to the title of Y Pin 1723. m. (c) ca. March 1709, Tun-su Kuei Fei [Nian-chi] (d. 1726), raised to the title of Tun-su Kuei Fei 1723, daughter of Nian Hsia-ling, sometime Governor of Hukuang, of the Trimmed Yellow Banner Corps, by whom he had issue three sons and one daughter. m. (d) Ch'un-yi Huang Kuei Fei [Keng-chi], daughter of Keng Te-kin, Koan-ling mandarin. m. (e) Mao Pin, ne Song, raised to the title of Mao Pin 1723. m. (f) Ch'ien Te Fei [Liu-chi] (d. 7th June 1767), raised to the tank of Qian Pin 1734, and later prom. to Ch'ien Te Fei, daughter of Liu-man, Koan-ling mandarin He d. in the Garden of Perfection and Brightness, Yuanming Park, Peking, 8th October 1735 (bur. East Tai-ling Mausoleum, Hebei), having had issue, ten sons and four daughters, including:
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