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Ji 's

Distribution area

Qi County: During the Western Han Dynasty, it was Linzi County, then Qi County, and it was ruled by Linzi (Zibo, Shandong). At that time, the jurisdiction was in Hebo, Zibo, Guangrao, Lintong and other counties. The Sui and Tang dynasties were changed to Beihai County, Qingzhou, which was governed by Yidu. At that time, the jurisdiction was in Weifang and other areas.

Historical source

The surname is one of the Chinese surnames , ranking 113th in the Song version of The Hundred Family Names .

Ji (jì) surname originated

1. Derived from the surname of Dai, from the fiefdom of the descendants of Dayu , belonging to the country name. 2. Originated from the You Family, after the ancient Yi people of the Yi family in the Dongyi tribe, it was changed to the family name for some reason. 3. Originated from his surname, from the descendants of Shaohao Jintian, belonging to the name of Juyi. 4. Derived from the official position, from the Six Officials of the Western Zhou Dynasty, belongs to the official title. 5. Derived from the surname of Ji , from the late Spring and Autumn period of the country's conspirator Xin Yan, belonging to the ancestor alias. 6. Originating from the official position, from the official books of the Lu State in the Spring and Autumn Period, which belongs to the official title. 7. Originating from the official position, from the official plan of the Han Dynasty , belongs to the official title. 8. Originating from the Mongolian ethnic group , it belongs to Hanization and changed its surname to Shi. 9. Originating from the Manchu , belongs to Hanization and changed the surname to the clan. 10. Originating from other ethnic minorities in China, it belongs to Hanization and changed its surname to the last name.

Ancestor

Yi Yin, Ji Ran (Xin Yan, Xin Wenzi).

Migration distribution

Count the surname, ranked 113th in the "100 surnames". As of January 2009, the total number of surnames did not rank among the top 300 Chinese surnames in China's surname ranking, and was ranked as the one hundred and thirteenth gate in the Song version of "One Hundred Surnames".

Ji's distant ancestors began in ancient times. Legend has it that they were descended from the ancient emperor Xia Yu. Therefore, Ji's name originated from Dayu's surname, Dai surname. In the Zhou Dynasty, after the establishment of the Shang Dynasty by King Zhou Wu, the descendants of the ancient emperor Shao Hao were in the place of "Xiao" (Jiaoxian County, Shandong), so the princely state was established, and the capital was established in Jijin. The descendants of the clan use the word "count" in the capital as the surname. Ji's later developed into Wangzu in Jingzhao County, known as Jingzhaowang in the world.

Shangrao City, Jiangde Province, Fuliang County, Jingdezhen City, Pengze County, Jiujiang City, Gangtou Village, Youdun County, Youyang City, Anhui Province, Jijiadu, Baisha Township, Wangjiang County, Feidong City, Fengtai County, Lujiang County, Chenzhou City, Jizhou Village, Tangtian Town, Chizhou City, Dongzhi County, Anqing City, Ma'anshan City, Jifu Village, Wanfu Town, Huaiyuan County, Bengbu City, Kaifeng City, Gongyi County, Fanxian County, Henan Province, Hanzhuang, Xuchang City, Tianjin city, Hangzhou city, Zhejiang province, Jijia village, Lubu town, Yuyao city, Ningbo city, Huzhou city, Xinjing county, Jiaxing city, Wuzhan town, Zhaodong city, Heilongjiang province, Danjiangkou city, Yunmeng city, Suzhou City, Wuxi City, Kunshan City, Yancheng City, Jiangsu Province, Shengze Town, Wujiang City, Jintan District, Changzhou City, Jiangyin County, Longyan Tun, Dayang Village, Pingshan Town, Luzhai County, Liuzhou City, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Xiangzhou City, Longchang County, Sichuan Province, Qinhuangdao City, Hejian City, Hebei Province, Xianyang City, Xingping City, Shaanxi Province, Sandun Town, Nanhui District, Shanghai, Pinglu District, Shuozhou City, Shanxi Province, Linyi City, Shandong Province, Dongfeng County, Jilin Province, Anshan City, Yingkou, Liaoning Province Dashiqiao Town, Heilongjiang Province, Daxinganling District of Heilongjiang Province, Huize City of Yunnan Province, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, and Taipei City of Taiwan Province all have Ji clan distribution.

Hall number

Jingzhaotang: Li Wangtang.

Beihaitang: Yilitang, also known as Qi Juntang.

Jin Jiantang: In the Southern Song Dynasty, Jianzhou Jizhou Jiyougong presented the "Jin Jian" written by himself to the emperor in the interim capital, asking the emperor to use the Jin as a mirror to restore the Central Plains. Later he was promoted as a salt company in Zhejiang Province.

Celebrities

Ji Ran: a scholar in Vietnam during the Spring and Autumn Period, a Ji Yan. It was the son of the Jin Dynasty. His surname is Xin . After changing the surname. He is not a prince, is devoted to learning, is an expert at calculation, and is a fan master, and author of Wenzi (earlier than Huainanzi ).

Ji Heng: A doctor from the Song Dynasty , a character from Zhiping, and a scholar from Shaoxing. He supervised Yushi, went to Chizhou, and turned to Doctor Feng. Residents are more than good governance. When you were studying too much, you wrote the book and told the world that Gao Zongjiazhi. When he died, the family had no money, and he was called innocent official.

Contributing to merit: Youyi Lang in the Song Dynasty, word Minfu, Anren. When I learned about Jianzhou, I had political achievements and raised the Changping tea and salt official business on the west of Zhejiang Province. Because of his work, Zhang Jun Congyong tasted Ju Jun Shogunate. Shaoxing Zhong condemned Li Xing in playing a seal and presented his book "Jin Jian". Another "Tang Poems" handed down.

Ceremony: In the Ming Dynasty, Lang Zhong, the word Ruhe, was a floating man. Tianshun Jinshi. To draw chrysanthemums and write brush strokes, use grass calligraphy. Shi Yun: "Lin Liang 翎, Mao Xia, Bamboo, Yue Zheng Grape Ceremony."

Ji Zongdao: in the word Weizhong, Ming Maping County. Sixteen years of Ming Chenghua (1480) put people first, and the first in the history of Liuzhou. In the 12th year of Hongzhi (1499), he was a scholar, and he was always familiar with the county and the prefecture of Hengzhou. Yingguo is promising, Kuda is broad-minded, and has an opinion on the occasion. In the apology of the disaster, he asks for the people and strives to reduce taxes. When he was in office in Changxian County, he sang with poets and celebrities in Yushan Shanghu, built elegant pavilions, and built Cuilou. In the first year of Zhengde (1506), he presided over the re-engraving of astronomical maps and geographical monuments. Today's "Astronomical Stele" is known as "occupying a non-negligible position in the history of ancient astronomy in China". He also collected bronze cast characters and movable type characters, and designed the action water-absorbing mechanical table himself.

Ji Nan: a painter of the Qing Dynasty . The official letter Ji'an instructed, fascinated, painted things, You Xi painted red plum, and sometimes called Hongmei. There is "Yi Caotang draft".

Ji Mo: Qing Dynasty poet, son of writer Ji Dong. Xun Ran's family studies, traveled to the Quartet with poetry, and worked in Taixue. There is "Chimura Poetry".

Calculating Liuqi: The word used Bin, No. Tian Jiezi, nicknamed Jiufeng Jushi, was born in the second year of tomorrow (1622), the year of death is unknown. Xingdao Township (now Qianzhou, Yuqi) in Wuxi County. He had two township examinations in the 11th year of the 6th year of Shunzhi (1649). Ji Liuqi recorded the social changes during the Ming and Qing dynasties and wrote "Northern Strategy of the Ming Dynasty" and "Southern Strategy of the Ming Dynasty", a total of 42 volumes. According to the chronicle, the period from the 23rd year of Wanli (1595) to the 70th year of Kangxi in the Qing Historical events of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. He has also written historical works such as "Jiangsu and Yunnan Chronicles", "Jintan Prison Case", "Nanjing Chronicles", and "Xin Scandal Chronicles", which recorded historical events and allusions during the Ming and Qing Dynasties.

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