Tatara (clan)
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Tatara Clan

Tatara (Manchu:
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 ; Chinese: ?) was a clan of Manchu nobility. After the demise of the dynasty, some of its descendants sinicized their clan name to the Chinese surnames Tang (?), Tan (?), Shu (?) or Song (?).

Notable figures

Males

  • Ingg?ldai (?; 1596-1648)
  • Tanbai (; d. 1650), political figure
  • Sunahai (; d. 1666), minister
  • Suringga (; d. 1799), minister of justice
  • Zhirui (; 1852-1911), political figure
Prince Consort
Date Prince Consort Princess
Ingg?ldai Abatai's second daughter by primary consort (Nara)
Changxu () Mianyu's daughter

Females

Imperial Consort
Imperial Consort Emperor Sons Daughters
Imperial Noble Consort Zhuangjing (1837-1890) Xianfeng Emperor 1. Princess Rong'an (1855-1875)
Imperial Noble Consort Wenjing (1873-1924) Guangxu Emperor
Imperial Noble Consort Keshun (1876-1900)
Noble Consort Mingxian (Yuling; 1920-1942) Xuantong Emperor
Princess Consort
Princess Consort Prince Sons Daughters
Primary consort Prince Murhaci
Duke Abai 1. General Xiteku (1612-1677)
2. Niuwangjian (1614-1628)
3. General Feiyasan (1621-1646)
Yunqi, Prince Hengwen
Secondary consort Yongxing, Prince Chengzhe 7. General Mianbin (1796-1841)
Wife (Shixia; 1904-1993) Pujie

See also

References

  • Zhao, Erxun (1928). Draft History of Qing (Qing Shi Gao) (in Chinese).

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