Empress Xiaoshurui

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Empress Xiaoshurui
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Empress consort of Qing
Tenure 12 February 1796 – 5 March 1797
Predecessor Ulanara, the Step Empress
Successor Empress Xiaoherui
Born (1760-10-02)2 October 1760
(乾隆二十五年 八月 二十四日)
Died 5 March 1797(1797-03-05) (aged 36)
(嘉慶二年 二月 七日)
Burial Chang Mausoleum, Western Qing tombs
Spouse
Jiaqing Emperor (m. 1774–1797)
Issue Minning
Posthumous name
Empress Xiaoshu Duanhe Renzhuang Ciyi Dunyu Zhaosu Guangtian Yousheng Rui
(孝淑端和仁莊慈懿敦裕昭肅光天佑聖睿皇后)
House Hitara (喜塔臘; by birth)
Aisin Gioro (by marriage)
Father He'erjing'e (和爾經額)
Empress Xiaoshurui
Traditional Chinese 孝淑睿皇后
Simplified Chinese 孝淑睿皇后

Empress Xiaoshurui (2 October 1760 – 5 March 1797), of the Manchu Plain White Banner Hitara clan, was a consort of the Jiaqing Emperor.

Life[edit]

Empress Xiaoshurui's personal name was not recorded in history.

Titles[edit]

  • From 2 October 1760: Lady Hitara
  • From 5 June 1774[1]: Primary consort (嫡福晉)
  • From 12 February 1796[2]: Empress (皇后)
  • From May/June 1797[3]: Empress Xiaoshu (孝淑皇后)
  • From April/May 1821[4]: Empress Xiaoshurui (孝淑睿皇后)

Issue[edit]

  • Unnamed daughter (2 June 1780 – 6 September 1783), the Jiaqing Emperor's second daughter
  • Minning (旻寧; 16 September 1782 – 26 February 1850), the Jiaqing Emperor's second son, enthroned on 3 October 1820 as the Daoguang Emperor
  • Princess Zhuangjing of the First Rank (莊靜固倫公主; 20 October 1784 – 27 June 1811), the Jiaqing Emperor's fourth daughter, married Manibadala (瑪尼巴達喇) of the Mongol Borjigit clan in November/December 1802

In fiction and popular culture[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ 乾隆三十九年 四月 二十七日
  2. ^ 嘉慶元年 正月 四日
  3. ^ 嘉慶二年 五月
  4. ^ 道光元年 三月

References[edit]

  • Zhao, Erxun (1928). Draft History of Qing (Qing Shi Gao) (in Chinese).
Chinese royalty
Preceded by
Empress Xiaoyichun
(Actual predecessor: Step Empress
Empress of China
1796–1797
Succeeded by
Empress Xiaoherui