Northern Henan, Suzhou, Jiangsu
`` Luo '' originated
1. From the surname Jiang . According to "Family Names" and "Yuanhe Surname Compilation", Jiang Taigong later had a son Luo, whose descendants were named after him. 2. From the surname. According to the " Historical Records ", the descendant of the evil came to Daluo, and the descendants of the descendants are named. 3. In the spring and autumn, after Dr. Zheng and King Sun Luo. 4. According to the "Historical Records of Dongyue Biographies", the Yuedong Sea King shakes, his surname is Xi, and Yi is Luo. Also known as Xia Yu descendant Sun Shaokang , there was Luo. 5. The surname changed from other clan. According to "The Book of Wei and Officials", in the Northern Wei Dynasty, the Luo people of the Northern People's Republic of China changed their name to Luo. The Tang Dynasty Tugu people had the Luo name. In the Tang Dynasty, Luo Yuanguang's ancestor was a Rester . Surname; Jinshi Jurchen, San Da, Du Ding, and later changed to Han; Luo ; Qing Manzhou Eight Banners surnamed Sakda; later changed to Luo; today Man, Buyi, Tujia and other ethnic groups have this surname.
Jiang Taigong. Ming Shang, the word Ziya, said Wang, also known as Lu Shang, Lu Wang, No. Tai Gongwang. A famous military strategist and politician from the late Shang and early Zhou dynasties. Kuang Fuwen Wang Xingzhou, assisting Wu King to destroy the emperor, was the first founding hero of the Zhou Dynasty . When King Chengfeng was in Qi, Jiandu Yingqiu (now Zibo East, Shandong) was granted the privilege of conquering Wuhou and Jiubo. After Jiang Taigong, there is a son Luo, who belongs to the other tribe. Because Jiang Taigong's achievements were high and his wisdom was outstanding, the descendants of Luo surnamed Jiang Taigong as his ancestor.
The name of Luo came from Qi State , that is, the name of Luo came from the territory of Shandong today. Qiduyingqiu was the earliest breeding place of the name of Luo. Since then, with the changing times, Luo has gradually moved to Jiangnan. The surname of Luo in the south of the country came from Qi Taigong, and then from Gou Jian , the king of Yue. At that time, the Yue state was passed on from Shao Kang, who had been in the Xingshi summer room four thousand years ago. It can be deduced from this that the surname Luo should be descended from Xia Yu. In the pre-Qin period, Luo was not seen in history. On the occasion of Qin and Han Dynasties, the names of Luo in the history books are Qin Chongquan, Luo Jia, Feng Han (now Dali, Shaanxi), Luo Yisun, Yin Luoye, Henan, and Huojiu Wuji (now Shaoxing, Zhejiang) in the Eastern Han Dynasty. Luo Jun and Luo Tong Father and son. This shows that before the Wei and Jin dynasties, the northern country of Shaanxi and the southern country of Zhejiang had settled in Luo. During the Wei, Jin, Southern and Northern Dynasties, the Yongjia turmoil , the Wuhu turmoil , the change of power, and the expansion of power, all accompanied by bloody killings and miserable scenes after the fires, the people were displaced, wandering the horizon, in order to find a place to survive. When Jiangdong was remote, the population was sparse, and the Yangtze River was blocking the swordsmen. So Luo, accompanied by other clans, went south and merged with Luo, the former inhabitant of Hueiji. After reproduction and development, the Luoxue county was gradually formed. From then on to Sui and Tang dynasties, Luo surnamed Luoyang, Neihuang, and other places in Henan today. And gradually moved north, sowing and reproducing in today's Hebei, Shanxi and other places. In the Song and Yuan dynasties, the surnamed Luo, who lived in Jiangsu and Zhejiang, relocated to present-day Fujian and Guangdong. After becoming a larger family in Fujian and Guangdong, they gradually relocated to Yungui and other places. In the early Ming Dynasty , as one of the migrant surnames of the large locust tree in Hongdong, Ming Dynasty , Shanxi was relocated to Zhejiang, Henan, Hebei, Shandong, Beijing and other places. After the middle of the Ming Dynasty, the surnamed Luo of Fujian, Guangdong and other coastal provinces had settled in Taiwan. After entering the customs in Manqing, there were people who changed the name of the Eight Banners to the name of Luo. In addition, the people of Luo in Hebei and other provinces lived in Beijing, which gradually increased the number of Luo in Beijing. Today, the Luo family name is widely distributed throughout the country, especially in Guangdong, Guizhou, Beijing and other provinces and cities. The Luo family name in these three provinces and cities accounts for about 60% of the Han population in the country.