CHINA

The Manchu Dynasty

(Ta Ch'ing Ch'ao )

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1861 - 1875 H.I.M. Emperor T'ung-chih [Mu-tsung Yi Huang Ti] [Chi T'ien K'ai Yn Shou Chung Ch Chng Pao Ta Ting Kung Shng Chih Chng Hsiao Hsin Ming Kung K'uan I], the Great Illustrious Emperor of the Great Ch'ing Dynasty, Son of Heaven, Lord of Myriad Years, etc. b. at the Ch'u Hsiu Palace, in the Forbidden City, Peking, 27th April 1856, educ. privately. Appointed as Heir Apparent, 21st August 1861. Succeeded on the death of his father, 22nd August 1861. Proclaimed 11th November 1861. Took control of the government from the Dowager Empresses, 23rd February 1873. m. five wives, including (first) at the Kunning Palace, in the Forbidden City, Peking, 16th October 1872, H.I.M. Empress Hsiao Che Yi (b. 1854; d. when forced to commit suicide by the Grand Empress Dowager, though pregnant, at Peking, 27th March 1875, bur. Hui-ling Mausoleum, Hebei), granted the title of Empress as 16th October 1872, and the posthumous title of Hsiao Che-yi Hsien Huang Hou Chia-shun April 1875, daughter of H.E. Wen-chieh, Prince Chung-chi, of the Alute family, Presdt. of  the Brds. of Revenue and Civil Appointments, by his wife, a daughter of H.I.H. Prince Tuan-hua, 13th Prince Cheng. m. (second) at the Kunning Palace, in the Forbidden City, Peking, 15th October 1872, Ching-yi Huang Kuei T'ai Fei, raised to the title of Hui Fei 15th October 1872, and granted the rank of Imperial Dowager Consort with the title of Huang Kuei T'ai Fei, 30th November 1922, daughter of Feng Hsiu, of the Fuca clan. m. (third) Kung-su Huang Kuei Fei. m. (fourth) Jung-Hui Huang Kuei T'ai Fei [Yu Fin], granted the rank of Imperial Dowager Consort with the title of Huang Kuei T'ai Fei, 30th November 1922, daughter of Chung Ling, of the Hosheli clan. m. (fifth) Chuang-ho Huang Tai Fei [Hsun Sin] (d.s.p. at the Ch'ung Hua Palace, in the Forbidden City, Peking, 14th April 1921), prom. Huang Kuei Fei, later Huang Tai Fei, daughter of Sai-shang-ah, of the Alute family, and aunt of his Empress. He d.s.p. at the Yang-hsin Hall, in the Forbidden City, Peking, 12th January 1875 (bur. Hui-ling Mausoleum, Hebei).
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