CHINA

The Manchu Dynasty

(Ta Ch'ing Ch'ao )

GENEALOGY

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1643 - 1661 H.M. Emperor Shun-chih [Shih-tsu Chang Huang Ti] [T'i T'ien Lung Yn Ting T'ung Chien Chi Ying Jui Chin Wn Hsien Wu Ta T Hung Kung Chih Jn Ch'un Hsiao Chang], the Great Illustrious Emperor of the Great Ch'ing Dynasty, Son of Heaven, Lord of Myriad Years, etc. b. at the Palace of Lasting Happiness, Shenyang, 15th March 1638, as Fulin, educ. privately. Proclaimed after the death of his father, 8th October 1643. Proclaimed as the Great Illustrious Emperor of the Great Ch'ing Dynasty, Son of Heaven, Lord of Myriad Years, etc., at Peking, 30th October 1643. Reigned under the Regency of his uncle, Princes Dorgon. Assumed full ruling powers on the regent's death, 31st December 1650. m. thirty-two wives, including: four empresses, four Fei, eight Shu Fei (first) 8th February 1651, Jing Fei, known as "the Abandoned Empress", raised to the rank of Empress as Hsiao K'ang Huang Hou 27th September 1651, demoted to Jing Fei on 15th October 1653, daughter of gshin [Uksan], Prince Jorightu (Ho Sh Jorightu Ch'in Wang) of the Borjigit clan and brother of Empress Hsiao Chuang Wen. m. (second) H.M. Empress Hsiao K'ang-chang (b. 1640; d. at Peking, 10th March 1663, bur. Hsiao-ling Mausoleum, Hebei), raised to the title of Empress as Hsiao K'ang-chang Huang Hou May 1654, Dowager Empress as Hsiao K'ang-chang Huang T'ai Hou 13th November 1662, and the posthumous title of Hsiao K'ang Chi He Chuang Yi Kung Hui Chang Tian Y Sheng Huang Hou 20th March 1663, daughter of General H.E. T'ung T'u-lai [Tunggulai], 1st Prince Chin-Hsieng, of the Tonggiya clan. m. (third) 1653, H.M. Empress Hsiao Hui-chang (b. 1641; d. 7th January 1718, bur. Hsiao-ling Mausoleum, Hebei), raised to the title of Empress as Hsiao Chang Huang Hou 6th October 1653, Dowager Empress as Hsiao Chang Huang T'ai Hou 13th November 1662, and received the posthumous title of Hsiao Hui-chang Huang T'ai Hou 12th April 1718, daughter of H.H. Prince Jorji, 1st Duke Tchen-kouo-kong, of the Korchin Mongols. m. (fourth)  at Peking, September 1656, H.M. Empress Hsiao Hsien Tuan-ching [Juanchi] (b. 1639; d. at the Cheng Chien Palace, Peking, 23rd September 1660, bur. Hsiao-ling Mausoleum, Hebei), granted the title of Hsien Fei September 1656, and prom. to Huang Kuei Fei January 1657, posthumously raised to the rank of Empress with the title of Hsiao Hsien Tuan-ching Huang Hou 1660, widow of his youngest half-brother, H.H. Prince Bombogor [Chao], 1st Prince Hiang, and daughter of Count Osi, Grand Minister of the Imperial Household, of the Donggo clan and the Plain White Banner Corps. m. (a) Pa-chi Pin. m. (b) Huang-fu Ning-chueh Fei [Dunggo-chi], daughter of Kotsihai, Majodomo of the Palace of Prince Chang Chi, and Chieftain of the Dunggo clan. m. (c) Ch'en-chi Fei. m. (d) T'ang-chi Pin. m. (e) Niu-chi. m. (f) Mukotu-chi, daughter of Uko, a nobleman of the eighth rank. m. (g) (one of the foregoing?) a daughter of Shih shen, sometime Senior Vice-Presdt. of the Ministry of Personnel. He d. from small-pox, at the Yang-hsin Hall, in the Forbidden City, Peking, 5th February 1661 (bur. Hsiao-ling Mausoleum, Hebei), having had issue, eight sons and six daughters, including:
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MANCHU 7 MANCHU 8 MANCHU 9 MANCHU 10 MANCHU 11
MANCHU 12 MANCHU 13 MANCHU 14 MANCHU 15 MANCHU 16
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