1722 - 1735 H.M.
Emperor Yung-ch'êng [Shih Tsung Hien Huang Ti] [Ching
Ch'ang Yün Chien Chung Piao Chêng Wên Wu Ying Ming
K'uan Jên Hsin I Jui Sh'êng Ta Hsiao Chih Ch'êng
Hsien], the Great Illustrious Emperor of the Great Ch'ing
Dynasty, Son of Heaven, Lord of Myriad Years, etc. b.
13th December 1678, educ. privately.
Granted the rank of ToLoPeiLê
1698, prom. to the title of HoShêCh'inWangYung 1709, Proclaimed after the death
of his father, 20th December 1722. m.
twenty-four wives, including (first) H.M. Empress Hsiao
Ching Hsien (b. 1681; d. 29th
October 1731), raised to the title of Empress 17th
January 1724, and received the posthumous title of Hsiao
Ching Hsien 7th January 1732, daughter of
Fiyanggu, Tch'eng-ngen-kong, of the Ulanara clan. m.
(second) at Peking, 1705, H.M. Empress Hsiao Sheng Hsien
(b. 1st January 1693; d. 2nd
March 1777, bur. East Tai-ling Mausoleum, Hebei),
granted the title of KoKo in 1705, prom.
to HsiiFei 1723, prom. to HsiiKueiFei
17th January 1724, and to Dowager Empress with
the title of HsiaoChongChingHuangT'aiHou 10th January 1736, and
finally to the posthumous title of HsiaoShengChihHsuanKangHuiTunHeChengHuiRenmuChingTianKuangShengHsien 23rd
April 1777, daughter of Ling-chu, 1st Prince (Yideng
Cheng En Kung) Liangrong, of the Manchu Bordered
Yellow Banner Corps, and granddaughter of Eidu, of
the Niuhuru clan. m. (a) Ch'i Fei [Li-chi],
raised to the title of Ch'i Fei 1723, daughter of
Li Wen-pi, sometime Prefect. m. (b) Yü Pin,
née Geng, raised to the title of Yü Pin 1723. m.
(c) ca. March 1709, Tun-su KueiFei
[Nian-chi] (d. 1726), raised to the title of
Tun-su KueiFei 1723, daughter of Nian
Hsia-ling, sometime Governor of Hukuang, of the Trimmed
Yellow Banner Corps, by whom he had issue three sons and
one daughter. m. (d) Ch'un-yi Huang Kuei Fei
[Keng-chi], daughter of Keng Te-kin, Koan-ling
mandarin. m. (e) Mao Pin, née Song, raised
to the title of Mao Pin 1723. m. (f) Ch'ien
Te Fei [Liu-chi] (d. 7th June
1767), raised to the tank of Qian Pin 1734, and
later prom. to Ch'ien Te Fei, daughter of Liu-man,
Koan-ling mandarin He d. in the Garden of
Perfection and Brightness, Yuanming Park, Peking, 8th
October 1735 (bur. East Tai-ling Mausoleum,
Hebei), having had issue, ten sons and four daughters,
Prince (HuangTzu) Hung-p'an. b.
19th July 1697 (s/o Ts'i Fei).
He d. 30th March 1699.
Prince (HuangTzu) Hung-yün. b.
19th September 1700 (s/o Ts'i
Fei). He d. 15th December
Prince (HuangTzu) Hung-shih. b.
18th March 1704 (s/o Ts'i
Fei). Expelled from the Imperial clan by his
father, posthumously restored October 1735. He d.
20th September 1727.
Prince (HuangTzu) Hung-li, who
succeeded as H.M. Emperor Ch'ien-lung [Kao Tsung
Chun Huang Ti], Great Emperor of the Great Ching
Dynasty (s/o Empress Hsiao Sheng Hsien) -
Prince (HuangTzu) Hung-shu [Kung],
1st Prince Ho (Ho HoShêCh'inWang) (cre. 22nd
March 1733). b. 5th January
1712 (s/o Ch'un-yi Huang Kuei Fei),
educ. Shang-shu-fang, Forbidden City,
Peking. Mbr. Miao Control Cncl. 1735, Dir-Gen.for
the compilation of the Comprehensive History of
the Eight Banners, Mbr. Cncl. of Princes &
High Officials 1753. m. (a) a daughter of
a Manchu Brigadier-General of the Ujaku clan. He d.
2nd September 1770, having had issue,
seven sons and at least one daughter, including:
H.H. Prince Yong-pi [Kin], 2nd
Prince Ho (Ho HoShêCh'inWang).
The Noble (Chên Kuo Chiang Chün)
Yong-ping. Chamberlain. He d.
Princess Ho-wan (Ho Shê Ho-wan Kung
Chu). Adopted by Emperor Kao Tsung. m.
1750, Prince (To Lo Pei Lê) Dalay
(d. 1794), Presdt. Brd. of
Translation of Manchu Books, raised to
the title of Fêng Ên Fu Kuo Kung
1756, and prom. to To Lo Pei Lê
1783, eldest son of General Prince Rincin
(To Lo Rancin Chün Wang cdr.
Right Wing of the Bayarin Banner Corps.
Prince (HuangTzu) Fu-i. b.
30th June 1720 (s/o Tun-su KueiFei). He d. 9th February
Prince (HuangTzu) Fu-hui, Prince
Hui (Hui Ho Shê Ch'in Wang). b. 27th
November 1721 (s/o Tun-su KueiFei).
He d. 11th October 1728.
Prince (HuangTzu) Fu-p'ei. b.
and d. 12th June 1723 (s/o
Tun-su KueiFei i).
Prince (HuangTzu) Hung-yen [Kung],
2nd Prince Kuo (Kuo ToLoChünWang) (succ. 1738). b.
21st July 1733 (s/o Ch'ien Te
Fei), educ. privately. Styled
Yuan-Ming-yuan when young. Appointed as Heir
Apparent to his uncle, Yin-li [Yi], 1st
Prince Kuo, 22nd March 1738. Degraded
1763, restored to KuoToLoChünWang on his deathbed April 1765. He d.
at Peking, 1st May 1765, having had
Prince (Chün Wang Chang Tzu)
Yung-tu, who had issue:
Prince Mien- , who had
General H.H. Prince
Yi-Hsieng, Prince (FêngÊnChênKuoKung) Kuo (succ.
1833). Tartar General of
Canton 1843-1845, and of