Consort Yuan (Hong Taiji)

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Consort Yuan (元妃 鈕祜祿氏; 1593–1612) of the Bordered Yellow Banner Niohuru clan was the wife of Hong Taiji.She was one year his junior.Later literatures have regarded her as Hong Taiji first wife and primary consort.

Life

Family Background

  • Father: Eidu (額亦都, 1562–1622) was a Manchu officer and a close associate of Nurhaci[1]
  • 17 brothers
    • Daqi (達啟/达启), Eidu's second son[2]
    • Turgei (圖爾格/图尔格,1594–1645), Eidu's eighth son; officer of Manchu armies during the reign of Hong Taiji
    • Ebilun (d. 1673), served as one of the Four Regents of the Kangxi Emperor[3][1]
  • 5 younger sister
    • Wife of Nikan[1]
    • Primary consort of Jirgalang, fourth daughter

Wanli era

In the 21st year of Wanli Emperor reign, Lady Niohuru was born. It is not known the time when Lady Niohuru married Hong Taiji and became his primary consort.

In the 39th year of Wanli Emperor reign, she gave birth to Lobohoi, Hong Taiji eight son, who would die prematurely in 1617.He didn't receive a posthumos name.

After Hong Taiji become emperor, Consort Ji (Hong Taiji) and Consort Ji (Hong Taiji) were not named as empresses posthumosly.[4]

Titles

  • During the reign of Wanli Emperor (1563–1620)
    • Lady Niohuru
    • Primary Consort (嫡福晋)
  • During the reign of Hong Taiji (r. 1626–1643)
    • Consort Yuan (元妃)

Issue

As a primary consort:

  • Lobohoi (洛博會; 1611–1617), third son

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Hummel, Arthur W. (2018). "Eminent Chinese of the Qing Period". doi:10.1093/acref/9780190088019.001.0001. {{cite journal}}: Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  2. Hummel, Arthur W. (2018). "Eminent Chinese of the Qing Period". doi:10.1093/acref/9780190088019.001.0001. {{cite journal}}: Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  3. Sakakida., Rawski, Evelyn (2001). The last emperors : a social history of Qing imperial institutions. University of California Press. ISBN 0-520-22837-5. OCLC 46711121.
  4. author., Yi, Dianxingdong,. Empress Xiaozhao. ISBN 978-1-64677-977-2. OCLC 1152260617. {{cite book}}: |last= has generic name (help)CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)

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