Jingzhao County: In the first year of the Han Dynasty (104 BC), the right inside history was changed to Jingzhaoyin, and his position was equivalent to that of the county eunuch. North of Qinling Mountains , east of Xi'an City, and south of Weihe River. The Three Kingdoms Wei area was renamed Jingzhao Yin, and the official name was changed to Taishou. This branch of the Li family was founded by Tang Jingzhao Yin Ligan. Jiuzhen County: At the end of the third century BC, Zhao Yuezhi County, South Vietnam. Entered Han in 111 BC, which is equivalent to today's Vietnam's Thanh Hoa province, He Jing province, and the eastern part of Nghe An province. Songcheng County: This place was Puyang during the Sui Dynasty , which was the government of the Song Dynasty. It was changed from Songyang to Songcheng during the Sui Dynasty, which is now south of Shangqiu County, Henan Province.
1. Descendants from Jiuli. According to the "Tong Yi Tong Yi", Jiuli is one of the huge races native to southern China in ancient times, and is said to be the prince of Shao Hao (the legendary ancient leader of Dongyi ) at the time of the Jin Tianshi. Li was once named Beizheng (one said Huozheng) official, in charge of civil affairs, and his descendants have a character as a clan, called Li clan . 2. From the descendants of Li. According to "Yuanhe Surname Compilation" and others, there were vassal states-Li Kingdom in Shang Dynasty. One was in the southwest of Changzhi County, Shanxi Province, and was destroyed by King Zhou Wen at the end of the Shang Dynasty; The descendants of these two Li kingdoms were named Li after the country. According to Customs, the two Lei countries are ancient tribes "after the Jiuli". 3. From the descendants of Di Yao. According to "Yuanhe Surname Compilation" and others, Li State was destroyed by King Zhou Wen at the end of the Shang Dynasty. When King Zhou Wu divided the princes, he was conferred to the descendants of Emperor Yao, given the title of Lord, and still uses the name of Li State. In the Spring and Autumn Period, Li Guo moved its capital to Lihou City, northeast of Licheng County, Shanxi Province, and was destroyed by Jin State (now southwest of Shanxi). His descendants named Li as his family name. According to "History of the Road", Gu Liguo was surveyed by King Zhou Wen, and after the King of Wu defeated the merchants, the descendants of Fengshangtang were in Liguo, followed by Li Hou Fengshu, and his descendants were Li and Li. The author named Li from the descendants of Emperor Yao Yao, who was called Li in the past, and later became the most important part of the entire Li family. It is for Shanxi Lishi. 4. Minority changed its surname to Li. According to "The Book of Wei and Officials", in the Southern and Northern Dynasties , the Wei surname of the Beibei ethnic group surnamed Su Li in the Northern and Southern Dynasties . After the emperor Wei Xiaowen moved the capital to Luoyang , it was changed to the single Chinese surname Li.
Feng Shu. Fengshu is a descendant of Shangtang. During the Shang Dynasty, there were vassal states-Li State. At the end of the Shang Dynasty, Xi Bo Jichang attacked and defeated the Li State. After King Wu defeated the merchants, he sealed the world and became a descendant of Tang in Li State. After Feng Shu, descendants had the country as the clan, called Li, and respected Feng Shu as the ancestor of the surname.
Li's hall number mainly includes "cabinet". In the Song Dynasty , Li Ziyun's family was poor and eager to learn. Su Dongpo visited their brother, Ziyun and his younger brother often carried wine (with wine) to visit Su Shi and ask him for advice. Su Shi put a plaque on their brother's door called "Zaitang." There are also hall names such as "Jingzhao", "Jiuzhen" and "Songcheng".
During the Song Dynasty, there were about 90,000 Li surnames, accounting for 0.12% of the country's population, ranking 126th. Hunan is the largest province with a surname of Li, accounting for about 40% of the country's total population. The distribution throughout the country is mainly concentrated in Hunan, Sichuan, and Jiangxi. These three provinces account for 89% of the total population of Li, followed by Guangdong, Fujian, and Zhejiang. The Li family is mainly concentrated in the Hunan, Sichuan and Jiangxi regions. During the Ming Dynasty, there were about 200,000 Li surnames, accounting for 0.22% of the country's population. They broke into the Ming family and ranked 88th. During the 600 years of Song, Yuan and Ming, the population growth of Li was much higher than that of the whole country. Jiangxi is the largest province with the surname Li, accounting for about 42% of the total population of the surname Li. The distribution throughout the country is mainly concentrated in Jiangxi and Guangdong. These two provinces account for about 67% of the total population of Li, followed by Hunan, Sichuan, and Hubei. The three provinces have another 21%. In the Song, Yuan, and Ming dynasties for more than 600 years, the overall pattern of the distribution of the surname Li changed greatly, and its population migrated mainly to the southeast. The contemporary surname Li has a population of nearly 2 million, ranking 103rd, accounting for approximately 0.16% of the national population. The distribution throughout the country is mainly concentrated in Guangdong and Guangxi provinces, accounting for about 46% of the total population of Li, followed by Jiangxi, Sichuan, Hunan, Anhui, Hainan, Guizhou, Chongqing, and Hubei. These eight provinces and cities are also concentrated 44%. Guangdong is home to 29% of the total Li population, making it the largest province in the country. A distribution pattern spreading around Guangdong and Guangxi was formed throughout the country. The Li family name is widely distributed, but uneven. The frequency distribution of Li surname in the population shows that Li surname is one of the more common surnames in Guangdong and Guangxi provinces. In most parts of Guangdong and Jiangxi, Xiangguiqiong, northwest Sichuan, central Chongqing, most of Guizhou, eastern Yunnan, southern Hubei, southern Gansu, southeast Qinghai, and western Fujian, Li generally accounts for more than 0.32% of the local population. Central areas It can reach more than 1.5%. The area covered in this part of the country accounts for about 14.7% of the total area of the country. About 66% of the Li population live in this area. In eastern Guangdong, northern Jiangxi, central Fujian, western Zhejiang, southern Anhui, most of Hubei, most of Yunnan, Sichuan and Chongqing, southern Shaanxi and Gansu, eastern Qinghai, and northwestern Xinjiang, Li's share of the local population generally ranges from 0.16% to 0.32. %, Which covers about 15% of the total area of the country, and about 21% of the Li population live in this area.