The Chi family originated in the Central Plains. After a long period of relocation and relocation, it appeared in the southernmost Fujian, Guangdong, and Yunnan during the Ming and Qing dynasties. ,
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1. From the surname of Qin, who started in Qin State during the Warring States Period. During the Warring States Period, a royal family of the Qin State was named Gongzichi, and he was the chief Sima of the Qin State. His family prospered, and his descendants took his first name as his surname, which became the surname of Chi . 2. Take the place of residence as the last name. "Customs" contains: "Those who belong to the earth, the city, the country, the garden, and the pool are also." The ancient wall was called the city or the wall, and the moat outside the city was called the pool. For those who lived on the moat, the pond was the surname. The idiom " fire in the gate of the city, and the fish in the pond " said that the water in the moat was used to fight the fire, and the fish in the water suffered from it.
"Tong'an Church": Chi Yude of the Ming Dynasty , Tongan people, known as Jinan Sui'an County, inferred the Ming decision, and later promoted to Taichang Temple Shaoqing.
According to "Tongzhi · Clan slightly · Land as clan", the surname of Chi looked out at Xiping. Today is the big surname of Fuzhou. According to "Summary of Surnames": Chen Liu has the Chi family . There are two main distributions: Xiping County: During the Jian'an period of the Eastern Han Dynasty (196-219 AD), Jincheng County of the Han Dynasty was divided into Xiping County. In Xining City, Qinghai Province. In the late Eastern Jin Dynasty, it was occupied by bald-haired Wugu , called King Xiping. ⒉Chenliu County: Twenty-six years of Emperor Qin Shiliu (221 BC) set Chenliu County, and changed to Chenliu County in the Han Dynasty. In the Kaifeng area of Henan Province today.
Chi Yude: No. Mingzhou. A Tongan from the Ming Dynasty and a jinshi during the Jiajing period, as a Suichang county magistrate , he was an official with integrity, was impartial in handling matters, reasonably informed, and was able to convince people with reason. Wherever he went, he investigated the situation of the people, and once he found a problem, he could find a way to relieve the suffering of the people in time, so he was deeply loved by the people. Tiredly moved to Taichang Temple Shaoqing.
Chi Shengchun: the word sword. Chuxiong people of the Qing Dynasty . During the Daoguang years , he was a priest, and he went to Guozijian . He is generous and well-mannered in words and deeds, and does not deceive others. Good at calligraphy. Author of "Diary of Entering the Qin Dynasty", "Zhi Lu Ji", "Left Manuscript of Poetry" and so on.
Chi Fengcheng: Formerly known as Fengchen. Born in Jingxian, Hebei. Born in the 29th year of Guangxu of the Qing Dynasty (1903). In the 9th year of the Republic of China (1920), he served in the sixteenth mixed brigade of the Northwest Army's Feng Yuxiang Department. In the 16th year of the Republic of China, he served as the battalion commander of the Third Battalion of the 10th Brigade of the Second Army of the National Revolutionary Army . Central Plains Station later served as the 31st Division Commander of the 26th Army Road Army. In January 25 of the Republic of China, he was awarded the rank of Major General; in October he was awarded the rank of Lieutenant General. In the 27th year of the Republic of China, he participated in the Xuzhou Battle . In March 28th of the Republic of China, he served as the commander of the Thirtieth Army and later as the guerrilla commander of the border area of Henan and Hubei, the deputy commander-in-chief of the Jiangfang Army in the upper reaches of the Yangtze River, and the commander of the 13th army and the commander of the defense of the Yiba fortress area. Since November of the Republic of China, he has successively served as Baoding Security Commander and Lieutenant General of North China "Bandit" Command. In the 38th year of the Republic of China, he participated in the peaceful liberation of Peiping. He died of illness on March 16, 1955, at the age of 53.