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Re: information from knowledegable readers
Posted by: erwin lee (ID *****0531) Date: November 20, 2002 at 00:08:40
In Reply to: Re: information from knowledegable readers by Kevin Lee of 91

Regarding the connection , i wonder readers would take this as a mystery solving puzzle the father of li fu chen was 義 然 under the first charcater 紹 who is the first generation ancestor of the family poem followed by li fu chen under character yuan and his son 斯骂 gong was my third generation ancestor ,he was a xiu chai ,or one who had passed the first level county examinations his son 克瑛 gong was my fourth generation ancestor who was a tai xue shen or one who had passed the provincial level examinations and 子悟 was my fifth generation.克瑛 gong had seven children i belong to 子悟 the third house or third son .in the photos which i have the charcter for 斯骂gong and 克瑛 gong names were on the spirit tablets now s the seconbd generation ancestor tobstone had his name fu chen inscribed on the tombstone but without the charcater yuan, this anomaly discrepancy cna be resolved if one realizies that perhaps people who were in the government and were civil or military officials had used their zi guan ming in lieu of their generation name character and i beleive it can be optional for them to use eithr the guan ming or government offical name or their own generation name character,do anyyone know about these people?


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