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Distribution area

Yuzhang County: Also known as Nanchang Prefecture, Nanchang County. Originally the land of Hongzhou during the Spring and Autumn Period, Qin Kingdom was set as Jiujiang County during the Warring States Period. At the time of Chu and Han, Yuzhang County was set up, and the governing body was in Yuzhang (now Nanchang, Jiangxi). At that time, the jurisdiction was in Nanchang, Jiangxi Province, and Chen Shibao in the Southern Dynasty included Jinjiang Valley, Nanchang, Qingjiang, Jiujiang, Liling, Eighteen counties, including Peng Ze and Chai Sang, and two waiting countries, namely the northern part of Jiangxi Province. During the Sui Dynasty , it was the Hongzhou government. After the Tang Dynasty, it was changed to Hongzhou, Yuzhang County, later to Zhongling County, and then to Nanchang. The Southern Tang and the Ming and Qing dynasties during the Five Dynasties were governed by Nanchang Government. At the beginning of the Ming Dynasty , they were governed by Hongdu Government. At that time, the jurisdiction was in Nanchang City, Jiangxi Province. Nanchang County: Nanchang, Jiangxi today. Yihuang County: Now Yihuang County, Jiangxi.

Historical source

Tu (tú) surname originated
1. Originated from the Zhi family, the "three families destroyed their wisdom", the Zhi family army was defeated, Zhibo was killed, and the Zhi family was stricken. Zhao, Han, and Wei divided up the Zhi family ’s land and property. . Zhi Xuwu (the ancestor of the sixth generation, the brother of Zhishen), a doctor of Tushui in the Jin Dynasty , took "Fu" as the clan, and this tribe was preserved, that is, it continues to the present Tus . At the same time, it also set a precedent for "taking water as a surname" for China's surname origin. 2. Derived from the place name, from the ancient Hongzhou Tushui in the Han Dynasty, it belongs to the name of Juyi. 3. Originated from Tu Shan Clan , from Tu Shan Clan of Dayu 's wife, which belongs to the simplified family name of Fuxing. 4. Originating from the Hui nationality , belonging to the localization of the place name changed to the surname. 5. Originating from the Ewenki nationality , it belongs to Han and changed its surname to the family name. 6. Originated from the Xibe tribe , it belongs to Hanization and changed its surname to Shi. 7. Originated from other ethnic minorities, and belongs to Hanization and changed the surname to the last name.

Ancestor

Tu Qin, with respect to the ancestors and a word of Wensi, No. Shilu, was born in 246 AD (that is, the 11th year of the post- Shan Han Dynasty, Liu Chan and Yanxi). Emperor Sima Yan Xiankang for three years), at the age of ninety-one, Wu Zhongwu. It is buried in the southwest of Tufang Village, Xiusi Town, Fengcheng City, Jiangxi Province, and the original 32 maps of Nanxiang, Fengcheng County, later called "Hou Tomb Post".

Hall number

Yu Zhangtang: Li Wangtang.
Nanchang Church: Li Wang Church.
Yi Huang Tang: Li Wang Tang.
Wuguitang: Tu Yan, let the son, the prefecture of Huangzhou Song, doctor Feng Yi, give birth to children. Tu Ji, Shi Shifu, Song Dynasty prince, Zizhi Shao Yin, and five sons: the eldest son Tu Daren, Song Yuanfu has been a junior scholar in three years (1100 AD). Second son Tu Dalin, Song Yuanyou six years Xin Weike (AD 1091) Jinshi, Ren Huguang Hanyang House. The third son Tu Da Jing, the first scholar of Song Shaosheng's first armored family (AD 1094), served as the prince of Nanchang. The fourth son, Tu Daming, was a scholar of the Song Dynasty and the first year of the Wu family (1118 AD), and was awarded to Shanzhi County, Hunan. Wuzi Tu Festival, the 12th year of Song Shaoxing, Renzheng Branch (AD 1142), a famous jinshi, served as Xiangfuzhi County, Kaifeng, Henan. Tu Gong's five sons, all boarding scholars, are prominent officials, and are sometimes called "Five Gui". Therefore, Tu's Church is also called "Five Gui". .

Celebrities

Tu Yansheng: Song classicist. Fuzhou Yihuang people, three trial ceremony is not the first, awarded to the mountain chief. Proficient in Yi. He has been admired for his later monographs such as "Four Books", "Yi Yi Zhuo Style" and other monographs.
Tu Tianxiang: (? -1739), Qingchen. Word 燮 庵. Xiaogan is touching. He is the author of "Muzumi" and "Jing Yongtang Collection".

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