Qi County: During the Western Han Dynasty, it was Linzi County, then Qi County, and it was ruled by Linzi (now Zibo, Shandong). At that time, the jurisdiction was in Hebo, Yibo, Guangrao, Lintong and other counties in Zibo, Shandong. Xue Jun: Twenty-four years of Qin Wangzheng (Wu Yin, 223 BC) was set up, and it was ruled in Lu County (now Qufu, Shandong). During the Han Dynasty, Lu County was once changed to Lu Kingdom . In the southern part of Shandong Province and the northern part of Jiangsu Province. Nanhai County: Thirty-three years of Emperor Qin Shi (Ding Hai, 214 BC) set up the county, old Guangzhou, Guangdong, Shaozhou, Chaozhou, Huizhou, Zhaoqing, Nanxiong prefectures and Gaozhou prefecture, east of Guangxi old Pinglefu, Wuzhou Prefecture has its own southeast territory, and the county governs Panyu, which is now governed by Guangdong Province. Zhuya County: Also known as Linzhen County and Qiongzhou County, today Hainan Island.
Hai (hǎi) surname originated
1. Derived from the surname of Ji , descended from the descendants of the Yellow Emperor , belonging to the myth and legendary title of God. According to legend, Huang Di had a son named Liyang who served as the Secretary of the Sea, and later he was named the god of the East China Sea. Li Yang's son was named Qiang Qiang, and was later named the god of the North Sea. Among the descendants of Liyang and Qiangqiang, there are those who took the ancestral title of the sea god as the surname, and the province is called the sea . It has been passed down from generation to generation and is one of the very old surnames. 2. Derived from the surname of Ji, from the Minister of the Spring of the Spring and Autumn Period, belonging to the ancestor's name. 3. Originated from the Hui nationality , and belongs to the Han nationality. 4. Originated from the Mongolian ethnic group , and belongs to the Han nationality. 5. Originating from the Manchu , belongs to Hanization and changed the surname to the clan. 6. Originating from other ethnic minorities, it belongs to Hanization and changed its surname to family name. Among the ethnic minorities such as today's Yi , Tibetan , Yugu , Tu , Tujia , Naxi and other ethnic minorities, the Hai clan is distributed. Most of its sources are the frustrated policies and policies implemented by the central government in the Tang, Song, Yuan, Ming, and Qing dynasties. In the campaign of reforming the land and returning to life, the current name was changed to the Han family name, and it has been passed down from generation to generation.Ancestor
Migration distributionHai is a multi-ethnic, multi-source group of ancient surnames, but it is not listed in the top 300 of the 100 surnames in mainland China, but it is ranked 488 in the Taiwan Province. "Surname" is ranked as the 472 gate valve. The current population is about 48,000 people, accounting for about 0.004% of the total population of the country. The historical ancestor of the Hai family is Haichun, the minister of Wei Linggong during the Spring and Autumn Period. His surname has a history of at least 2,500 years and is one of the many ancient surnames in China. According to the Record of Surnames, Hai is the offspring of Doctor Spring of Wei Linggong. He refers to Hai as his name and calls Haichun, and his descendants are called Hai. After the Qin and Han dynasties, the Hai clan people were concentrated in the area of Xuejun, so the Wang family came out of Xuejun. At present, in the southern Fujian and Guangdong areas, there are a lot of ethnic groups that are distributed by this branch of the Hai family.
Hall numberQi Jun Tang: Yi Wang Li Tang, also known as Linzi Tang.
RankZhengzhou Haishi's character generation: "With the same sincerity and loyalty, we will always be filial and respectful."