Jun Wang: 1 Liang Guo: Emperor Han Gao set up Liang Guo in five years and ruled in Puyang. Equivalent to today's Henan Shangqiu, Yucheng, civil rights and other places. The Song Dynasty changed to Liang Jun, moved to Buyi, and the Northern Wei Dynasty restored the former rule. 2 Feng Qiu: The source is unknown.
The origin of Qiao's surname comes from three: 1 from the surname Ji , which was changed by the surname of bridge, and is a surname named after the mountain. According to "Yuanhe Surname Compilation" and "Genealogy of Wanxing ", it is said that Huang Di , the common ancestor of all ethnic groups in the Central Plains, was buried in Qiaoshan (in the north of Huangling County, Shaanxi Province) after death. Those who watched the mountains, so these people took the mountain as their surname, called the Qiao Family. As for the Qiao family to Qiao family , it was Wei during the Northern and Southern Dynasties . According to the "Xin Baijia " compiled by Sang Jun, in the Eastern Han Dynasty , the sixth generation of Sun Qiaoqin, who had the elder Wei Qiaoxuan, was in the Northern Wei Dynasty plain. With the Emperor Xiaowu, Qin Qin fled to the Western Wei Dynasty established by Yu Wentai . One day, Yu Wentai was in a whim , and asked Qin Qin to remove the wooden side of the bridge and turn into Qiao, taking the noble meaning of "Qiao". Qin Qin did not dare to obey, then changed the bridge to Qiao, passed down from generation to generation, this is the origin of the Qiao surname in Shaanxi. History says Qiao's authentic. 2 from the noble name of the Huns. Historical records show that there are four noble surnames of the Xiongnus in the Han Dynasty- Lan, Qiao, Huyan, and Xubu, with the Qiao family inside, and later the Qiao family with the Han family. 3 after Xianbei. According to relevant historical records, the Xianbei people with the surname Qiao also appeared during the Wei, Jin, Southern and Northern Dynasties, and their descendants continued this surname.
Qiao's surname originates from Shaanxi Province where Huang Di's burial site is located. In the Western Han Dynasty, there was a bridge officer from Liyang and a lieutenant. His sixth son, Sun Qinqin, fled to Guanzhong with Emperor Xiaowu in the late Northern Wei Dynasty and lived in Tongzhou. In addition, according to the "Predecessor Record", the noble surname of the Xiongnu includes Qiao's nomads, Yan, Qin, Zhao and other places during the Warring States Period. During the same period, Lu Guo had Qiaopi; in the Western Han Dynasty, there was Qiao Ren, who was a Liang person, and received the "Li" by Dai Rong at the same time as Yang Rong ; Youdong County Taishou Bridge is the fifth-generation grandson of Qiao Xuan, Ren Guangling, and his son Qiao Su is Donglai Prefecture. These indicate that before the Song Dynasty, Qiao's had been distributed in Shaanxi, Hunan, Jiangsu and Shanxi. There is not much historical data on the change of Qiao's surname. From the sporadic historical data, it seems that before the Song Dynasty , Qiao's was mainly distributed in today's Shaanxi, Hunan, Shaanxi, Jiangxi and other provinces, and there have been Henan, Zhejiang, and Yunnan since the Song and Yuan Dynasties. During the Ming and Qing Dynasties, they moved to Jiangxi, Shandong, Shanghai, and Hubei. Until modern times, there are still Joe's settlements in some parts of the Northeast. According to the results of the Institute of Genetics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Qiao is the 96th largest surname in China today. In addition, Singapore and other countries also have Qiao's overseas Chinese.
1 Wen Huitang: Qiao Xingjian of the Song Dynasty , successively served as the Huaixi transfer officer, and participated in administrative affairs . Repeatedly commented on current affairs to the court. Worshipped as the right-hand prime minister, named "Luo Guogong." After death, he was called "Wen Hui". 2 There is also the "Liang Guo" hall number. Four Family Trees: Shanxi: Jiu Xiu Qiao Family Tree Nine Pieces Henan: Meng Jin Continuance of Qiao Family Tree Twenty-two Volumes Hubei: Xiaogan Qiao Family Tree Sichuan: Xindu Qiao Family Tree Beijing: Qiao Family Book II, Qiao Family Branch Genealogy continuation, three volumes of Qiao family tree.