Around Lankao County, Henan Province, and Dingtao County, Shandong Province
The contemporary Ding surname has a population of more than 4.7 million, the forty-eighth surname in the country, accounting for approximately 0.38% of the national population.
There are four origins of Ding (Dīng): 1, from Jiang . According to the "Yuanhe Surname Compilation", "The Genealogy of Ten Thousand Surnames ", "Tongzhi Clan Profile" and other materials, Jiang Taigong's son Ji, the nickname is Qi Dinggong , and his children and grandsons use his nickname as the clan, called Ding surname. 2. Descendants from Ding Hou. According to the "Summary of Surnames", Ding Hou was a prince of Yin and Shang dynasties, and Ding Hou was not destroyed by Zhou when King Zhou Wu fought Yin Yin. His ancestors and grandchildren scattered in various places, and the tribe still used Ding as the clan. 3, from the child's last name. The Wei dynasty, a survivor of the Shang dynasty in the Zhou dynasty, started in the Song Dynasty (now between eastern Henan Province and Shandong, Jiangsu, and Anhui provinces). The descendants of the Chinese people Song Dinggong use the name "Dinggong" as their clan, and they are called Ding. 4, from his surname or other ethnic minorities changed the name, given a surname.
Ding surname distribution
The contemporary Ding surname has a population of more than 4.7 million, the forty-eighth surname in the country, accounting for approximately 0.38% of the national population. In the 600 years since the Ming Dynasty , the population of Ding surname has increased from 400,000 to more than 4.7 million, an increase of nearly 12 times. The growth rate of Ding surname is lower than the national population. In the 1000 years since the Song Dynasty , the population growth of Zhong Ding has shown a ^ shape. The distribution across the country is currently concentrated in Jiangsu, Hubei, Anhui, and Henan. These four provinces account for about 37% of the total population of Ding. Secondly distributed in Guizhou, Liaoning, Hunan, Zhejiang, Shandong, and Jiangxi. The surnames of Ding in these six provinces are concentrated in another 30%. The population of Ding surname in Jiangsu Province accounts for 13% of the total population of Ding surname, which is the largest province of Ding surname today. The whole country has formed Jiangsu as the center and the Ding surname gathering area distributed to all around. During the 600 years, the degree and direction of the population movement of Ding was quite different from that of Song Yuanming. The return from the southeast to North and Central China was very strong, and it was greater than the migration from north to south. The frequency distribution of Ding in the population shows that in Jiangsu and Zhejiang, most of Anhui, and eastern Shandong: northeast Jiangxi, northwest Fujian, eastern Hubei and southwest, northwest Hunan, most Guizhou, eastern Yunnan, western Guangxi, most of Gansu, In western Inner Mongolia, northern Xinjiang, most of Liaoning, and eastern Heiji, the surname Ding generally accounts for more than 0.48% of the local population, and the central area can reach more than 2.8%. The area covered by the above areas accounts for approximately 22.5% of the total land area. About 49% of the Ding people live. In most parts of Henan and Hubei, most of Hunan, Jiangxi and Fujian, eastern Guangdong, northwest Guangxi, central Yunnan, southeast and north ends of Guizhou, north and east sections of Sichuan, Shaanxi and Chongqing, southwest Shanxi, east Qinghai, central Shandong, northeast Hebei, Beijing, Tianjin, In eastern Inner Mongolia, western Liaoning, northern Jilin, and central Heilongjiang, the surname Ding generally accounts for 0.32% to 0.48% of the local population. Its covering area accounts for 28% of the total land area and about 37% of the Ding people live in it. .
Ding Wei : Born in Changzhou, Suzhou (now Suzhou, Jiangsu Province), the Emperor Zheng of the Northern Song Dynasty at the time was the right-hand doctor and the three envoys of power . He was promoted to prime minister and was named Jin Guogong . Its story of restoring the capital is revered as a model for the application of ancient operations research.
Ding Dexing: (1327-1366) Dingyuan (now Anhui) was born at the end of the Yuan Dynasty. At the beginning of Zhuozhou (ruled today in Fengyang, Anhui), he joined Zhu Yuanzhang's army and called it "Hei Ding". At the end of the Yuan Dynasty, there were hundreds of names: the soap robe was Ding Dexing. From crossing the river, quarrying and quarrying, taking Taiping (present-day Anhui Dangtu), splitting the troops slightly, watering the sun, capturing Chen Zhaoxian. The next Jiqing (now Nanjing, Jiangsu), Zhenjiang, head of the army. Ke Jintan, Guangde Zhudi, left marshal left. Then take the southern states of Huizhou, break Yixing, and confer on Feng Xiangwei the commander. To the 21st year of the year (1361), Chen Youliang was enlisted, and Poyang Lake was far away, and the counties of Hengzhou (now Hengyang, Hunan) were set. After discussing with Xu Da Zhang Shicheng , he died in the army. Emperor Hongwu described it as "the invincible tiger."