Zhu Gui (prince)

Zhu Gui (Chinese: 朱桂; 25 August 1374 – 29 December 1446), the Prince of Yu (豫王, 1378–1392), later the Prince of Dai (代王), was an imperial prince of the Chinese Ming dynasty. He was the 13th son of Hongwu Emperor and Consort Hui.[1]

Zhu Gui
朱桂
Prince of Dai (代王)
Tenure1392–1446
SuccessorZhu Shichan, Prince Yin
Born(1374-08-25)25 August 1374
Died29 December 1446(1446-12-29) (aged 72)
Names
Zhu Gui
(朱桂)
Posthumous name
Prince Jian of Dai
(代簡王)
HouseHouse of Zhu
FatherHongwu Emperor
MotherConsort Hui

FamilyEdit

Consorts and Issue:

  • Lady, of the Xu clan (徐氏; d. 1427), primary consort,[2] second daughter of Xu Da
    • Zhu Xuntuan, Prince Li of Dai (代戾王 朱遜煓; 1393–1418), first son
    • Zhu Xun?, Prince Rongxu of Guangling (廣靈榮虛王 朱遜𤇜; 1402–1459), second son
    • Zhu Xunchen, Prince Huikang of Shanyin (山陰康惠 朱遜煁; 1409–1467), fourth son
  • Lady, of the Lü clan (呂氏)
    • Zhu Xun?, Prince Xishun of Lucheng (潞城僖順王 朱遜𤆼; 1407–1471), third son
  • Lady, of the Xu clan (徐氏)
    • Zhu Xunliao, Prince Jingzhuang of Xuanning (宣寧靖莊王 朱遜炓; 1423–1470), seventh son
    • Zhu Xunhui, Prince Rongding of Huairen (懷仁榮定王 朱遜烠; 1425–1490), eight son
    • Zhu Xunliu, Prince Yian of Xichuan (隰川懿安王 朱遜熮; 1429–1474), tenth son
  • Lady, of the Liu clan (劉氏)
  • Unknown
    • Zhu Xuntan, Prince Gongjian of Xiangyuan (襄垣恭簡王 朱遜燂; 1410–1462), fifth son
    • Zhu Xunquan, Prince Rongshun of Lingqiu (靈丘榮順王 朱遜烇; 1410–1462), sixth son
    • Zhu Xunhu (朱遜熩), ninth son
    • Zhu Yunfan (朱遜燔), eleventh son
    • Princess Xingning (乡宁郡主), fourth daughter
    • Princess Huguan (壶关郡主), sixth daughter
    • Princess Baode (保德郡主), seventh daughter

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Tsai, Shih-shan Henry (2001). Perpetual happiness : the Ming emperor Yongle. Seattle: University of Washington Press. p. 61. ISBN 978-0-295-80022-6. OCLC 704342900.
  2. ^ Wang, Richard G. (2012). The Ming prince and Daoism : institutional patronage of an elite. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19-990989-6. OCLC 796803927.

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