Julu County: Also known as Zhuolu County, the emperor Qin Shihuang had set up the county for twenty-five years (Jiyi, 222 BC), and ruled in Julu (now Pingxiang, Hebei), and the king of the Western Chu Xiangyu defeated the main force of the Qin Dynasty . At that time, the jurisdiction was in the south of Baiyangdian and Wen'anwa in Hebei, west of the South Canal, east of Gaoyang and Ningjin Renxian, north of Pingxiang and Weixian, and between Dezhou, Gaotang and Hebei Guantao. From the Han Dynasty to the Northern Wei Dynasty, it was used because of the attack. After the Han Dynasty, the jurisdiction was in the north of Pingxiang County and Jin County in Hebei Province. Pingyang County: There are two Pingyang County in history: ①Linfen City, Shanxi Province. ②Zoucheng City, Shandong Province. Shuyang County: The county was established during the Qin Dynasty. At that time, the jurisdiction was in Yuanyang City, Henan Province.
1. Originated from the surname of Ji , from the fiefdom of the Zhou Dynasty after the flames were consecrated to Vulcan, belonging to the name of the country. According to the historical books "Summary of Surnames", "Yuanhe Surname Compilation" and "Customs", "Mou Ziguo, Zhu Rong, Hou Yinshi." 2. From the name of the seal. According to the " Hou Han Zhu Rulin Biography", Mu Changqi first sealed Mu, Mu Chang took the land as his clan. 3. It originated from other ethnic minorities and belongs to Hanization and changed its surname to the last name. 4. Derived from official positions, from the official Cen Mo of the Western Zhou Dynasty, belonging to the official title. 5. Derived from the place name, from Bin Mou Jia in the late Spring and Autumn Period, belonging to the name of the ancestor. 6. Derived from the surname of Ji, from the country of Genmou in the Spring and Autumn Period. It belongs to the family name and family name. 7. Originating from the Dongyi tribe, it originated from the Xianmu Kingdom of the Shang Dynasty and belongs to the name of the country. 8. Originated from the surname of Ji, from the land of Qi Guomulou and Genmu in the Spring and Autumn Period. It belongs to the name of Juyi. 9. Derived from the surname of Dai, from the Chu family Mimu family in the Warring States Period, belonging to the name of Fengyi. 10. Derived from the surname of Ji, from Sima Mimo, a Jin Dynasty doctor in the Spring and Autumn Period, belonging to the ancestor's name. 11. Derived from the surname of Ji, from Nan Mimu , the grandson of Wei Linggong in the Spring and Autumn Period, belonging to the ancestor's name. 12. Originated from the Mongolian ethnic group , and belongs to the Han nationality. 13. It originated from the change of surname. It belongs to the Li family during the Ming Dynasty. It belongs to the surname changed for some reason. The Mou family was changed from the Li family in Macheng, Hubei in the early Ming Dynasty. Note: Only this Mou family pronounces móu (ㄇ ㄡ ˊ) correctly. 14. There is a young Mou in China. The ancestor was Li Wei, the only son of Li Bazhen (with Mou), and the fourth son of Li Bazhen: Yuancheng, Forgiveness, Huizu, and Mazu. In order to avoid trouble, in addition to forgiving the surname Li , the other three brothers changed their surname to Mou . This Mou surname has more than 200,000 people and has a history of about 700 years.
AncestorLu Zhong, Bin Mou Jia, Cao Mu Junqing, Sima Mi Mou, Zi Nan Mi Mou, Zha Yier Mu Huali, Mu Yijin. According to legend, Vulcan in ancient times wished to melt. Zhu Rong was an official in charge of fire in ancient times, and was originally held by his great-grandson Chongli. Zhu Rong, also known as Huozheng , was named Zhu Rong by the emperor because of his great achievements and his ability to melt the world. When Chong Li was cutting the Gonggong Clan, he was killed by the emperor because he did not completely kill the Gonggong family. The emperor ordered his brother Wu Hui to succeed him, and he was revived as a blessing. Wu Hui's son Lu Zhong inherited this post. Later Zhu Rong evolved from an official position to a tribal name. Later, there was the founder of the Mou Kingdom, a son of the Zhou Dynasty. The Mou Kingdom was destroyed at the end of the Spring and Autumn Period. After his death, his sons and grandchildren named the Mou surname. Since the post of Zhu Rong was attacked by Wu Hui, most of the later Mu surnames respect Zhu Ronglu as the ancestor of the surname Mu.
Migration distributionMou is a multi-ethnic, multi-source ancient surname that originated in the Shandong region. It ranks 149th in the surname list of mainland China today and 217th in Taiwan Province. It has a population of about 984,000 , accounting for about 0.07% of the total population of the country. The surname Mu is an ancient surname that originated in Shandong today. For a long time after obtaining the surname, Mu surnamed Shandong as its center of reproduction and development, and slowly moved to surrounding provinces. During the Wei, Jin, and Northern and Southern Dynasties, the political conflicts such as the Eight Kings Rebellion , the Five Hushes, and the warlords' separatist regimes made the Mou surname in Shandong Peninsula drift away, and it was imperative to travel to another country. According to " Hundred Family Surnames in the County" and " Survey of Surnames ", there are three Mou Countys: Julu County, Pingyang County, and Puyang County. It shows that from this time to the Sui and Tang Dynasties, in today's Hebei Julu, Shanxi Linfen, Henan Poyang, Mou is a local famous family, and the population is flourishing and social status is noble. After the southern Song Dynasty was partial to the south of the Yangtze River, some surnames from the north moved to the south, and some surnames from the Sichuan province entered the then capital—Lin'an (now Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province) due to official status or other reasons. Now belongs to Sichuan Province) and moved to Wuxing (now Huzhou, Zhejiang Province). In the early Ming Dynasty, as one of the surnames of the large locust tree in Hongdong in the Ming Dynasty, Shanxi Mou was relocated to Shandong, Henan, Jiangsu, and Anhui. After the Qing Dynasty, there were farmers from Hebei, Shandong, and Henan who rushed to Kanto to the three northeast provinces. Today, Mou is widely distributed throughout the country, especially in Sichuan, Liaoning and other provinces. The Mou surnames in the two provinces account for about 72% of the Han population in the country. The Mou surname is the 149th surname in China today, with a large population, accounting for about 0.7% of the Han population in China.
Clan characteristics1. Mou surnames are more upright and less profitable.