|Country||Jin Empire (China)|
|Titles||Emperor of the Jin Empire|
|Estate(s)||Palaces in Huining Prefecture and Zhongdu|
The Wanyan (Chinese: ; pinyin: ; Manchu: Wanggiyan; Jurchen script: ) clan was among of the clans of the Heishui Mohe tribe living in the drainage region of the Heilong River during the time of the Liao dynasty, which was ruled by the Khitan. Of the Heishui Mohe, the clan was counted by the Liao among the "uncivilized Jurchen" () indicating that the clan was not subject to the direct rule of the Khitan Emperors. Those Heishui Mohe clans ruled by the Liao dynasty/Khitan Empire were referred to as "civilized Jurchen" ().
The origins of the clan are obscure. According to sources such as the History of Jin (Jinshi ) and the Research on the Origin of the Manchus (Manzhou yuanliu kao ), the clan's progenitor Hanpu emigrated from the kingdom of Goryeo or Silla at the age of sixty. However, controversy exists as to the ethno-cultural identity of Hanpu, and the factual validity of the story itself.
In 1115 AD, Wanyan Aguda, the chieftain of the Wanyan clan at the time, founded the Jurchen Jin dynasty. Before his death in 1123, he also ended the Liao dynasty. Two years later, his brother Wanyan Wuqimai invaded the Song dynasty and conquered northern China in the Jin-Song Wars. Thereafter the Jurchens became sinicized; this can be seen in the sinicization of the surname "Wanyan" to "Wang" in the official Jurchen historical records.
The Jurchen Jin dynasty was destroyed in 1234 AD by an allied Mongol and Han Chinese (under the Southern Song dynasty) force. After their victory, both Mongol and Chinese entities declared that people with the surname "Wanyan" were considered to be related to the royal line of the Jurchen Jin dynasty, and therefore such individuals were to be executed immediately. For the sake of survival, those people with the surname "Wanyan" either changed the name to a Han Chinese form or moved to a remote area to avoid capture and execution. In present-day China, few descendants have kept the surname "Wanyan."
|1609||Chuoheluo ()||?urhaci's seventh daughter (b. 1597) by secondary consort (G?walgiya)|
|1943||Ailan (; 1921-2005)||Zaifeng's sixth daughter (Yunyu; 1919-1982) by secondary consort (Denggiya)|
|Concubine Jing||Kangxi Emperor|
|Consort Shu||Jiaqing Emperor|
|Consort Zhuang (d. 1811)|
|Secondary consort||Yunreng, Prince Limi||7. Duke Hongtiao (1714-1774)
11. Hongbing (1720-1763)
|Mistress||Yunzhi, Prince Chengyin||11. Hongyi (1715-1754)|
|Prince Yuntang||5. Hongding (1711-1782)||1. (1701-1725)|
|Yuntao, Prince Lüyi||5. Lady (1740-1797)|
|Primary consort||Yunti, Prince Xunqin||2. Prince Hongming (1705-1767)
4. Hongkai (1707-1759)
|Secondary consort||Yongzhang, Prince Xun|
|Yongcheng, Prince Lüduan||1. Mianhui, Prince Lü (1764-1796)||2. Princess (1769-1787)|
3. Princess (b. 1776)
|Mistress||Yicong, Prince Dunqin||5. General Zaijin (1859-1896)|