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|Died||17 February 1808 (aged 26–27)|
(嘉慶十三年 正月 二十一日)
Mu Mausoleum, Western Qing tombs
Daoguang Emperor (m. 1796–1808)
|House||Niohuru (鈕祜祿; by birth)|
Aisin Gioro (by marriage)
|Romanization||hiyoošungga cibsunggo šanggan hūwangheo|
Empress Xiaomucheng's personal name was not recorded in history.
- Father: Buyandalai (佈彥達賚; d. 1801), served as the Minister of Revenue from 1799–1801, and held the title of a third class duke (三等公)
- Paternal grandfather: Arigūn (阿里袞; d. 1769), Ebilun's grandson
The Jiaqing Emperor died on 2 September 1820 and was succeeded by Minning, who was enthroned as the Daoguang Emperor. Lady Niohuru was granted the posthumous title "Empress Xiaomu".
In 1828, there was a leak in the Eastern Qing tombs, resulting in flooding. In 1829, Lady Niohuru's casket was temporarily moved to the Baohua Ravine Hall (寶華峪正殿). In 1835, her casket was transferred to the Mu Mausoleum of the Western Qing tombs.
- During the reign of the Qianlong Emperor (r. 1735–1796):
- Lady Niohuru (from 1781)
- During the reign of the Jiaqing Emperor (r. 1796–1820):
- Primary consort (嫡福晉; from 22 December 1796)
- During the reign of the Daoguang Emperor (r. 1820–1850):
- Empress Xiaomu (孝穆皇后; from 1820)
- During the reign of the Xianfeng Emperor (r. 1850–1861):
- Empress Xiaomucheng (孝穆成皇后; from 26 October 1850)
- 嘉慶元年 十一月 二十四日
- 道光三十年 九月 二十二日
- Wan, Yi; Shuqing, Wang; Yanzhen, Lu; Scott, Rosemary E. (1988). Daily Life in the Forbidden City: The Qing Dynasty, 1644-1912 (Illustrated ed.). Viking. ISBN 0670811645.
- Zhao, Erxun (1928). Draft History of Qing (Qing Shi Gao) (in Chinese).
House of Aisin-Gioro (1636-1912)Died: 1808
| Empress of China
title granted posthumously