CHINA

The Manchu Dynasty

(Ta Ch'ing Ch'ao )

GENEALOGY

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1820 - 1850 H.I.M. Emperor Tao-kuang [Hsan Tsung Huang Ti] [Hsiao T'ien Fu Yn Li Ch'ung T'i Chng Chih Wn Shng Wu Chih Yung Jn Tz'u Chien Ch'in Hsiao Ming Chng], the Great Illustrious Emperor of the Great Ch'ing Dynasty, Son of Heaven, Lord of Myriad Years, etc. b. 16th September 1782, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his father, 2nd September 1820. Proclaimed 3rd October 1820. m. twenty wives, including four empresses (first) 22nd December 1796, H.I.M. Empress Hsiao Mu-sheng (d. at Peking, 17th February 1808, Mu-ling Mausoleum, Hebei), raised to the title of Empress as Mu-sheng Huang Hou 18th October 1820, and the posthumous title of Hsiao Mu-sheng Huang Hou 10th July 1821, daughter of Buyantalai, of the Niuhuru clan, sometime Presdt. of a Financial Tribunal. m. (second) January 1809, H.I.M. Empress Hsiao Shen-sheng (d. at Peking, 16th June 1833, bur. Mu-ling Mausoleum, Hebei), raised to the title of Empress as Shen-sheng Huang Hou 28th December 1822, with the and the posthumous title of Hsiao Shen-sheng Huang Hou 7th September 1833, daughter of Shuminga, Tch'eng-ngen-kong, of the Tunggiya clan. m. (third) H.I.M. Empress Hsiao Kuan-sheng (b. 1808; d. at Peking, 13th February 1840, bur. Mu-ling Mausoleum, Hebei), raised to the ranks of Kuan Pin, prom. to Kuan Fei 26th December 1823, Kuan Kuei Fei 30th May 1825, Kuan Huang Kuei Fei 28th September 1833, Empress as Kuan-sheng Huang Hou 18th November 1834, and the posthumous title of Hsiao Kuan-sheng Huang Hou 19th February 1840, daughter of Baron Yi Ling, Tch'eng-ngen-kong, of the Niuhuru clan, sometime Guardian 2nd class of the Imperial Guard. m. (fourth) H.I.M. Dowager Empress Hsiao Ching-sheng (b. 1812; d. at Peking, 21st August 1855, bur. Mu-ling Mausoleum, Hebei), granted the titles of Jing Kuei Jn, prom. to Jing Pin 29th December 1826, Jing Fei 15th May 1827, Jing Kuei Fei 3rd December 1834, Jing Huang Kuei Fei March 1850, and to Jing Huang Kuei T'ai Fei 4th March 1850, and raised to that of Empress Dowager with the title of Ching-sheng Huang T'ai Hou 13th August 1855, and the posthumous title of Hsiao Ching-sheng Huang T'ai Hou 20th September 1855, daughter of Hualangga, a Second Class Secretary in the Brd. of Punishments, of the Borjigit clan. He d. at Yuan Ming Yuan, Peking, 25th February 1850 (bur. Mu-ling Mausoleum, Hebei), having had issue, nine sons and ten daughters, including:
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