Henan County: During the Qin Dynasty, it was named Sanchuan County. In the second year of the Western Han Dynasty, Gaozu (Bingshen, 205 BC) was renamed Henan County, and it was governed by Liyang (now Luoyang, Henan). At that time, the jurisdiction was in the lower reaches of Luoshui and Yishui in the south of the Yellow River in Henan, and Shuangyu and Jia The upper reaches of the Luhe River and the area around Yuanyang County in the north of the Yellow River have 22 counties, which are roughly equivalent to today's Henan Province Mengjin, Yanshi, Gongyi, Liyang, Yuanyang, Zhongmu, Zhengzhou, Xinzheng, Xinmi, Linru, Ruyang, Yichuan, Luoyang and other counties and cities. Lu County: Also known as Lu Guo , Lu Guo County, Donglu County. Zi County, Shandong Province today (Zi Town, Ling County, Dezhou, Shandong). Nangong: It is now a county-level Nangong city under the jurisdiction of Xingtai City, Hebei Province.
1. Originated from the surname of Ji , after Zhong Sun Min, a Confucius student in the late Spring and Autumn Period, he belongs to the name of Juyi. 2. Derived from the surname of Ji, from the residence of the husband of Lu Guofu in the Spring and Autumn Period. It belongs to the name of Juyi. 3. Derived from the surname Ji, from the four official Nan Guanzi of King Zhou Wen, belonging to the ancestor name. 4. Derived from the official position, from the Nangong family of officials in the Eastern Zhou Dynasty, belonging to the official title.
AncestorNangong Kuo, Nangong Jingshu, Nangong Yu. According to the historical book "Shang Youlu", the Nangong originated from the surname Ji, after the four friends of the Zhou Dynasty King Nangong. The historical books "Shiben" and " Historical Records of Disciples of Zhongni" suggest that the surname of Nangong is related to the residence of Nangong in Nangong in Lu Kingdom. In addition, there is a saying in "Tongzhi · Clan Profile" that " Nangong Clan is after Meng Xunzi, or after King Wen's Four Friends." In the Spring and Autumn Period, the son of the nobleman Meng Xunzi of Lu Kingdom, originally called Zhong Sun Min, lived in Nangong, so he used the word Nangong as his clan. According to research, whether it is Nangong Kuo or Nangong Min, they are all descendants of Ji of the Yellow Emperor . The descendants of the Nangong family were named Nangong as the ancestor of the Nangong family.
The Nangong family name or the typical Han family name is not listed in the top 300 of the 100 surnames in mainland China, but not in Taiwan Province. The Wangs are from Henan County and Donglu County. Nangong surnames are not among the top 100 surnames on the mainland and Taiwan. Nangong is from Ji. Regarding the origin of Nangong, the earliest was Nangongzi, one of the four friends of King Zhou Wen, and his descendants were Nangong. There are two alternatives. The first is the son of Lu Guomeng and Xunzi in the Spring and Autumn Period, who lived in Nangong, named after the surname and got the Nangong. Later generations followed by Nangong. Another said that Lu Guo Nangong Yue, who lives in Nangong, also named his surname, and later generations. According to "Shang Youlu": "Ji surname, Wen Wang four friends after the Nangongzi." The birthplace of Nangong Fu surname is in Donglu County (now in Shandong Province) and has a history of more than 2000 years. Wangju County is located in Henan County (now 30 kilometers east of Luoyang, Henan Province) and Donglu County (set in the early Han Dynasty in Lu State, the Three Kingdoms Wei and Jin changed to Lu County. This is equivalent to Qufu and Surabaya areas in Shandong Province). Nangong surname A few thousand people in Nanpo Village, Panqu Farm, Chuanhui District, Zhoukou City, Henan Province are now a gathering place for Nangong surname. It was a family who migrated from Hongtong County, Shanxi in Wanli in the Ming Dynasty . The Nangong surname has more than 3,000 Nangong surnames in Nanying Village, Pingyu County, Zhumadian City, Henan Province. They are relocated from Xihua County, Henan Province, and their ancestor tombs and tombstones are still retained.
Hall numberHenan Church: Li Wang Church.