"Stuart" comes from:
Situ (Sītú) surname originated from two: 1, surname Ji , is the descendant of Emperor Shun . When Emperor Yao was the leader of the Yanhuang tribe, Shun was Yao's apprentice officer, who was in charge of and managed land affairs. Some of the descendants of Shun's descendants are named by their officials, called Situ . 2. In the Spring and Autumn Period, the son of the Wei Guofu Shading's Xia Wu served as Situ, and was also called Situ later. Situ is an ancient official name. Legend has it that Yao and Shun had been set up in charge of enlightening the people and administrative affairs. During the Xia, Shang, and Zhou dynasties, there were Situ officials in the court, which was one of the six princes, known as the chief officials of Situ, and their positions were equivalent to prime ministers. 3. Official name. Set at the beginning of the Western Zhou Dynasty. In the early Western Zhou Dynasty, the inscriptions were all used as "Situ", and in the later period, "Situ" and "Situ" were used together, and together with Sima and the Secretary (that is, Sikong), they were called "Three Divisions." Director Situ collects apprenticeships and manages farming and other labor. It was also later referred to as Stuart.
The total population of Situ Fu is not included in the top 100 of the 100 surnames in mainland China and Taiwan Province. However, it is ranked 439th in the Song version of "Hundred Surnames" and ranked No. Thirty-one. Situ originated from the official position of "Situ" in pre-Qin dynasties, and was in charge of the country's administrative affairs. The descendants of some Szeto officials regard their official positions as their last names, called Szetos. The surname of Situ is the same as the names of Sikong and Sima. At first, Situ specifically referred to the official name. As early as the Shang and Zhou dynasties, there was a Stuart post in charge of the people, land, education, and administrative affairs. The Zhou Dynasty was known as the chief official Situ, and his position was similar to that of the prime minister. Many countries have followed in the spring and autumn. According to legend, Shun was a Stuart of Yao, and his descendants took the official name Situ as the surname. Xia Chao , son of the doctor of the Wei State, Xia Chao served as Situ, and later descendants also called Situ. It is mainly distributed in Zhaoxian and Handan areas in central Hebei Province.
Yu Shun. "Si Migration" is an ancient official name that began in Tang and Yu Zhichi more than 4,000 years ago and is responsible for managing the people, land education and other things. The name of Situ's post was different in different dynasties. For example, in the Qing Dynasty, Hushangshu was called Dasimi. According to the " Historical Records " and "Tongzhi · Clanlue" records, Yu Shun was the emigration officer of Yao Shi. Among the descendants of his ancestors, "the official name is the surname", which is called Si Mengshi. The Wangs live in Zhao Jun (now around Zhao County, Hebei Province). This is the home and birthplace of Si Mengshi. Therefore, the descendants of Situ's Feng Yushun were the ancestors of Situ's surname.
Tibetan Hall of Fame. In the Tang dynasty , Situ Ying was appointed as Tai Changqing. During the Taihe years, he abandoned the official and went home, hiding his name, and repeatedly recommending him in the street, he resolutely ceased to be an official. Situ's name is "Tibet Hall".