Jinchang County: Jinyong and Zhongzhi County, governing Changle (now Shiquan County, Shaanxi). The founder of this Tang family was Tang Liang, the former general of Linglingjiang in the Sixteen Kingdoms . Beihai County: Qi County is located in Han Dynasty, and it is located in Yingling (now Southeast of Changle, Shandong). Lu State : At the beginning of the Western Han Dynasty, Xue County was relocated to Lu State, and it was ruled by Lu County (now Qufu, Shandong). Promoted to county. Jinyang County: Qin Zhi, governs the city of Jinyang. The Qin and Han dynasties were governed by the Taiyuan County Government, and later the Eastern Han Dynasty .
Yiyi comes from the surname "Qi" and is named after the country. According to "Tong Zhi. Clan slightly. "Taking the Country as a Family", the Tang family , Qi surname , also known as Yi Qi, after the early Tang and Yao dynasties. Yao was named Tang Hou in the early days, and its place was Tangshan in Zhongshan. Dan Zhu, son of Shun Feng Yao, was named Tang Hou. In the summer, Dan Liu's grandson Liu Lei moved to Lu County. In the Zhou Dynasty, he changed to Tang Gong, and Zhou Cheng Wang destroyed the Tang Dynasty. He named Shu Shu Yu as his place. Then moved the Tang Dynasty to Du, descended to the uncle, and today Chang'an Du City is also. Therefore, the Tang family was after Emperor Yao. According to the " Three Kingdoms." "Guo Huai Chuan" contains the Tang family of the Longxi Dai.
The contemporary Tang surname has a population of more than 7.8 million, making it the 25th largest surname in the country, accounting for approximately 0.62% of the national population. From the Ming Dynasty to the present 600 years, the population of the Tang family surging from 510,000 to more than 7.8 million, an increase of 15 times. The growth rate of the Tang family is higher than the national population. In the 1000 years since the Song Dynasty , the population growth rate of surname Tang has been on the rise. The distribution across the country is currently concentrated in Hunan and Sichuan provinces, accounting for about 35% of the total population of the Tang family, followed by Anhui, Chongqing, Guangxi, Jiangsu, Guizhou, and Yunnan provinces. population. Hunan is home to 18% of Tang's total population, making it the largest province in Tang. Two regions with high surnames of Tang surnamed Hunan, Guizhou, Yunnan, Sichuan, Chongqing and Anhui and Jiangsu were formed throughout the country. In the past 600 years, the degree and direction of population movements with the surname of Tang have been very different from those during the Song, Yuan and Ming dynasties. In particular, the migration direction from east to central and north China has been greater than that from north to southeast. Immigrants to southwest and south have become Mobile mainstream. The schematic diagram of the distribution frequency of Tang's surnames in the population shows that: Xianggui, Chongqing, eastern Yunchuan, northern Guangdong, western Jiangxi, and southwest Hubei. Tang's share of the local population is more than 1.14%, and the central area can reach more than 3%. This area The area is only 14.4% of the total land area, and about 51% of the Tang people live. In the west of Yunchuan, Hainan, most of Guangdong, most of Hubei and Jiangxi, Anhui and Shanghai, northern Zhejiang, western Fujian, eastern Shandong, southern Henan, southern Shaanxi , Gansu , Ningxia , eastern Qinghai, northeast corner of Inner Mongolia, northwest corner of Heilongjiang, Tang The proportion of the population is between 0.38% and 1.14%. Its coverage area accounts for 23.7% of the total land area, and about 34% of the Tang population live.
"Feifengtang": During the Han Dynasty , Feixun was a Xiao county magistrate , loved the people like a child, taught first, and then punished. In the 9th year of the government, even the local bad customs changed, and no lawsuit was filed in the county for 3 years. A locust plague struck Pei County, a neighboring county. The emperor sealed Feixun as Liang Xiang. Tang surnamed "Jinyang", "Jinchang", and "Beihai" as their hall names.
Tang Bing: No. Dongyuangong, a hermit in the late Qin and early Han Dynasty, one of the "Shanghao Four Hao".