Jingzhao County: It is the municipality directly under the Central Government of Chang'an and was the head of the "Sansuke" in the Han Dynasty . It is equivalent to the area from Xi'an to Huaxian in Shaanxi Province. Anding County: Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty , equivalent to today's Pingliang area in Gansu Province and western Ningxia.
Huang Fu (Huángfǔ) has two surnames: 1. From the Western Zhou Dynasty, with an official name. The descendants of Emperor Taifu (Senior Military Attachment) of the Western Zhou Dynasty named Huangfu as the surname of Huangfu . 2. From the child's surname, the descendants of the Song Guogong clan in the Spring and Autumn Period, changed by the emperor's father. In the late Western Zhou Dynasty, Song Daigong had a son named Gongshi Chongshi, the word emperor, and Song Wugong was Situ. At that time, Chang Dizhe concealed the tribe to attack Song Kingdom. The emperor led the counterattack and repulsed Chang Diren, but the emperor and his two sons also died unfortunately. Later, the grandfather's grandson Nan Yongzheng used the grandfather's name as his surname, which was called the emperor's family name. His sixth grandson, Mencius , was born. When the Qin State destroyed Song Dynasty, the emperor fled to Lu State. In the middle of the Western Han Dynasty, the emperor's grandfather met his grandson and grandson, and moved from Lu to the Mausoleum of Shaanxi Province. He changed the word "father" in the surname to "fu" (the ancient two-character homonym is common), and became Huangfu's family.
The emperor's uncle. Huang Fu originated from his surname. In the late Western Zhou Dynasty, Song Daigong had a son named Gongshi Chongshi, the word emperor. The grandfather's grandson takes the grandfather's name as his surname, and is called the grandfather's name. In ancient times, "father" and "fu" shared the same pronunciation, so the emperor's father moved to Maoling from the Lu Kingdom in the Western Han Dynasty (here is the tomb of Emperor Hanwu , now Xingping County, Shaanxi Province). 'S. Therefore, Huang Fu is the ancestor of the surname of Huang Fu .
Huang Fu's surname is not among the top 100 surnames on the mainland and Taiwan. From the "Tangshu · Prime Minister's Chronicles" records, we can see that Huangfu comes from his son's surname, the son of Song Daigong, who is the emperor, and the emperor's grandson. During the Han Dynasty , his descendant, the emperor's father, changed his father to Fu. This course is also recorded in "Tong Zhi · Clan Shou". The above documents indicate that the predecessor of the Huangfu family was the emperor's father, a descendant of the Song nationality in the Spring and Autumn Period, and has a surname of more than 2500 years. This family name originated in the eastern part of Henan today. Later descendants once moved to Lu country, and then moved from Lu country to Maoling, which is now northeast of Xingping County, Shaanxi Province, and developed into a famous family in the local area. The first to change the emperor's father to the emperor was the emperor (fu) of the Han Dynasty . At the same time, he was the founding ancestor of the Emperor Mao Huangfu. The Wang people live in Anding County (now in Guyuan County, Gansu Province).
Weiyuan Hall: In the late Han Dynasty, there was a Huangfu rule, and the use of soldiers was very clever. The Tatars violated Longxi, and Huangfu reported that he had to lead soldiers to resist. Liang Ji was jealous of him. He had no choice but to go home with an illness and was almost framed and killed by Liang Ji. He used the Book of Songs and Book of Rites to teach students at home, and he was called a sage at the time. After Liang Ji's death, the court recalled him and worshiped Taishou. Because in the past he conquered Xiqiao, he also worshiped him as General Duliao. For several years, he served in the northeast frontier, served as a scholar, moved to Hongnong Prefecture, and transferred to protect the Captain.