Qinghe County, Shandong, Linqing County, Shandong, Gaotang County, Shandong, North of Gansu.
There are five origins of Fu (Fù): 1. Because of the descendants of Yin Shang name Xiang Fu (Yuè Yin Yue), the place name is Shi. According to " Historical Records · Yin Benji" and "Tongzhi · Clan Strategy", when Shang Gaozong Wuding was in office, his national strength declined, and Fu Yan (now southeast of Pinglu, Shanxi Province) found and said that he would help Wuding rejuvenate the country and repair government affairs. Germany, the world's Dazhi, said that the descendants use their place of residence as a surname to form the Fu family . 2. After the surname of Ji , who was descended from the Yellow Emperor Sun Dayue, the name was Yi. Huang Di (one said Yao Emperor) was descended from Fu Yi by his grandson, and his grandchildren named his family name Fu, known as Fu Family. 3． After the surname of Qi , Emperor Yao Yao and Dan Zhu, "The Mandarin" records: (During the Zhou Dynasty, the god of Dan Zhu was manifested). 4． Born from Yao , descended from Emperor Shun and named after the country. According to "Family of Surnames", there were Fu Guo in the ancient times (the old city is now south of Zaozhuang, Shandong Province), and Shun's descendants also. The name of the country is called the family name. 5. From Lai surname , originated from the Fu family for refuge. According to the " Lai Clan Genealogy", the Lai clan was killed by King Chu Ling , Gai Luo and Fu Er, so Lai, Luo and Fu Lianzong said. 6. From the Qing Dynasty there were ethnic minorities who changed their surname to Fu. For example, Manchu people Fu Heng (native name Fucha ), Fu Kaifu name (native name Langjia ), as well as Korean, Mongolian, Hui, Ma, Tu and other ethnic minorities changed to Fu.
The ancestor of the surname: Fu said.
After the Shang Dynasty moved the capital from Pan Geng to Yin Ruins , it only flourished for a short period of time. When Shang Gaozong Wuding succeeded, his national strength was already weak. Wu Ding decided to rejuvenate the imperial court, but the central government could not find a minister who could assist him in reforming the state affairs. He was always worried about this. One night, Wu Dingmeng met a sage named Shuo, who looked like a prisoner, but said that he had good intentions in his stomach. After Wu Ding woke up, he ordered people to paint an image according to his dream and search around. As a result, a slave named Fu Yan was found in a place called Fu Yan, and they brought him back to the center. It was said that Wu Ding had made a lot of suggestions on governing the country, and Wu Ding was appointed as prime minister. It is said that after ruling, repairing politics and performing ethics enabled the political, economic, military, and cultural development of the Shang Dynasty to develop rapidly. In the 59th year of Wuding's reign, supplemented by the saying, the late Shang Dynasty reached its peak, and Wuding was therefore known as the "Zhongxing Mingzhu". Because he once lived in Fu Yan, he was called Fu said, and Fu said became the ancestor of the surname Fu.
In the pre-Qin period, Fu quietly moved in a small area in the north of Henan and southwest of Shanxi. When Qin and Han dynasties, Fu Kuan followed Han Gao's ancestor Liu Bang to fight the world, sealed the Yangling dynasty, and served as the prime minister and the prime minister of Han Dynasty. The Hanization of Fu's surname, Fu's surname in the Han Dynasty was already the last name of Gansu, Ningxia, and Sichuan, and soon moved to the southwest of Guizhou, Yunnan, and Guangxi. By the Western Jin Dynasty, Fu had already traveled north to Hebei, south to Jiangsu, and crossed the Yangtze River into Zhejiang and other places. In the late Tang Dynasty , the surname Fu entered Fujian with the immigration of the Central Plains to the south. In the Ming Dynasty , Fu's surnames were distributed all over Jiangnan. In the early Qing Dynasty, Fu's surname entered Taiwan. During the Song Dynasty, Fu's surname was about 290,000, accounting for 0.38% of the country's population, ranking 57th. Fu's largest province is Jiangxi, which accounts for about 20% of the country's total Fu population. The distribution throughout the country is mainly concentrated in Jiangxi, Shandong, Hebei, Fujian, and Henan. These five provinces account for about 75% of the total population of Fu in China. Secondly distributed in Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Anhui, Sichuan, Shanxi and other places. In the whole country, there are two major Fu surnamed areas, namely Jiangxi and Fujian in the south and Luji and Henan in the north. During the Ming Dynasty, Fu's surname was about 440,000, accounting for 0.47% of the country's population, and ranked 50th. In the 600 years of Song Yuanming's population, the net population growth rate was 20%. The population growth of Fu's surname was faster than that of the whole country. During the Ming Dynasty, Jiangxi was the largest province with the surname of Fu, accounting for about 34% of the country's total population. The distribution in the country is mainly concentrated in Jiangxi and Zhejiang provinces, accounting for about 45% of the total population of the country. Secondly distributed in Shandong, Fujian, Hubei, and Henan, the surnames of these four provinces are concentrated by 26%. In more than 600 years of Song Yuanming, the distribution pattern of Fu's surname changed greatly, and its population moved mainly from north to southeast. The two population-populated areas of Fu surnamed Zhejiang, Jiangxi, Fujian and Shandong have been re-formed throughout the country, and the national center has drifted from north to southeast.
The contemporary Fu surname has a population of 4.5 million and is the 53rd surname in the country, accounting for approximately 0.36% of the national population. In the 600 years from the Ming Dynasty to the present, the population of Fu's surname increased from 440,000 to 4.5 million, an increase of about 10 times. The growth rate of Fu's population was lower than the growth rate of the national population. The distribution across the country is currently concentrated in Hunan, Anhui, Sichuan, Henan and other four provinces, accounting for about 35% of the total population of the country. Secondly distributed in Hebei, Jiangxi, Zhejiang, Hubei, Shandong and other five provinces, Fu surnamed these five provinces concentrated another 28%. The largest province with the surname of Fu is Hunan, which accounts for about 9% of the total population of the country. A large gathering area of Fu surnamed Nanchuan, Hunan, Anhui, Jiangxi, Zhejiang, and North Henan, Elu, and Hebei was formed throughout the country. In the past 600 years, the degree and direction of population movements of Fu's surname were very different from those during the Song, Yuan and Ming dynasties. The relocation from east to central and north China has been greater than the migration from north to southeast. Important immigration flows. The schematic diagram of the frequency of Fu's distribution in the population (see Figure 53) shows that: in Hunan, most parts of Hubei, Anhui and Jiangxi, Zhejiang, northern Fujian, southern Jiangsu, Shanghai, Chongqing, most Sichuan, northern Guizhou, northern Guangdong, Guangxi, southern Shaanxi, In northern Shandong, eastern Hebei, Tianjin, western Liaoning, southeastern Inner Mongolia, and eastern Heilongjiang, the surname of Fu generally accounts for more than 0.48% of the local population. The above-mentioned coverage area accounts for about 19.4% of the total land area, and about 53% of them live in Fu. Last name crowd. In western Sichuan and southern Sichuan, southern Guizhou, northern Yunnan, central Guangxi, Guangdong, Fujian, southwestern Jiangxi, northern Anhui, Yulusu, western Hebei, Beijing, southern Shaanxi, southern Gansu, western Liaoning, most Jilin, Heilongjiang In Central, Central Inner Mongolia, and Northwest Xinjiang, Fu I generally accounts for 0.36% to o.48% of the local population. Division I covers about 20.7% of the total land area and occupies about 31% of Fu's population. .
Fu Yi: the character Wu Zhong (about 47-92), Fufeng Maoling (now Northeast of Xingping, Shaanxi Province), Eastern Han writer. The imperial court sought honour, and Shidu lived in seclusion. He wrote poems such as "Qiji" and "Dizhi", and satirized the world. He was later called the modern history of Lantai and appeared in the court in writing. Author of "Fu Fu" and other works.
Fu Xuan: Zi Xiuyi (217-279), a native of Niyang (now Yaoxian County, Shaanxi Province), a philosopher and writer in the Western Jin Dynasty, can be regarded as the most learned celebrity of the Fu family . He is knowledgeable and proficient in simple laws. Yu Shi is good at Yuefu. In philosophy, both nature and human history are regarded as a pure natural process, which criticizes theistic worldview and metaphysical talk. He is the author of "Fu Zi" and has been handed down in the history of Jin literature. He was pursued as Qingquanhou after his death.