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Re: information from knowledegable readers
Posted by: Kevin Lee (ID *****1140) Date: November 20, 2002 at 18:25:22
In Reply to: Re: information from knowledegable readers by erwin lee of 91

I see you are using Simplified Chinese.

I'm really dense so could you please clarify this statement:
"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,..."

By "guan ming" you mean title or position in the royal court? If so don't think there ever was a position known as "fu shen". If they were to use it on the tombstone it would be something like
Qing "title" Lee Gong Fu Chen's Gravel.
Besides your genealogy record clearly stated his name was Qing and gi was Fu Shen. He was an army commander. Where is the confusion?

You said Fu Shen's son was 斯骂 (3rd generation), 克瑛 (4th generation) was the grandson and 子悟 (5th generation). It seems they didn't used characters from the list till the third generation.



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