Longxi County: During the Warring States Period, King Qin Zhaoxiang of the Qin Kingdom was established in the 28th year (Jiazi, 279 BC). It was named after it was located in the west of Longshan and ruled by Di Dao (now Lintong, Gansu). The middle reaches of the Luanhe River east of Dongxiang County, Gansu Province, the upper Weihe River west of Wushan, the upper reaches of the Western Han River north of Lixian County, and the eastern part of Tianshan City, including Lanzhou City, Lintong County, Gongchang County, and Qinzhou City. Dong County: Dong County was built in the fifth year of Emperor Qin Dynasty (Gengshen, 242 BC), and it was taken from the former Wei Kingdom to set up Dong County, including Daming House in Hebei, Dongchang House in Shandong, and the area west of Changqing County.
AncestorTian Wan (Chen Wan, Yan Wan). The first, the second, the third, the fourth, the fifth , the sixth, the seventh, the eighth clan and the Tian clan are of the same origin, all respecting Tian Wan (Chen Wan) as May have the first ancestor.
Migration distributionThe fifth surname or the ancient Han surname, but the total population is not included in the top 300 of the 100 surnames in mainland China, and it is ranked 109th in Taiwan Province. Looking out Longxi County, East county. The fifth surname is not included in the top 100 of the 100 surnames on the mainland and Taiwan. During the Eastern Han Dynasty, there were mainly two descendants of the Tian family in the Guanzhong area, the fifth and French surnames . According to "Customs and Surnames", "The first clan has many people who moved to Zhutian tombs, so it is the second clan. The second clan, Tian Guangzhi's grandson Tian Teng is the second clan. The third Tianguang's grandson Tian Tian is the first The third family. The fifth family, after Qi Zhutian. The Han ancestors migrated to the fields, and there were the first to eighth family, the fifth family of Han, and later. The eighth family, also after Qi Zhutian, was the brother of Tian Guang. The eighth door, Yin's 焉. "Among them, the first, second, and third are all nothing. Among the eighth family, there was a lecturer who was called Wang Mang , who had been Wang Mang . The fifth surname is Wangxi County (Qin Guozhi County during the Warring States Period. It is equivalent to the area east of Dongxiang and Longxi in Gansu Province). Today's Yangzhou City, Jiangsu Province, Tianjin City, Liyang County, Xunyi County, Bin County, Gaoling County, Xianyang City, Shaanxi Province, Wuzhong City, Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, Dinghai County, Zhoushan City, Zhejiang Province, and Luzhou City, Anhui Province The Neihu and other places in Wenshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan Province, all have the fifth clan distribution, with a total population of about 4,300.
Hall numberLongxi Church: Li Wang Church.