Zheng Kezang

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Zheng Kezhang
Crown Prince of Yanping
Born1662
Xiamen, Fujian, Southern Ming
Died1681 (aged 19)
Chengtian Fu, Tungning
SpousePrincess Chen
IssueNone
Era name and dates
Yongli (永曆): 1681
FatherZheng Jing, Prince Wen of Chao
MotherChen Zhao-niang
Zheng Kezang
Traditional Chinese鄭克𡒉
Jianguo Shisun
Traditional Chinese監國世孫

Zheng Kezang (1662 - 1681), birth name Qin () or Qinshe (欽舍), was the crown prince and regency of Kingdom of Tungning. Kezhang was the eldest son of Zheng Jing and Chen Zhao-niang, and his grandparents were Koxinga and Princess Dong.

Biography[edit]

In 1662, Zheng was born in Xiamen; his mother was Zhao-niang Chen, who was one of the concubines of Zheng Jing. In 1679, Zheng became Jianguo Shisun (監國世孫), the crown prince and regency of Tungning.

Cause of death[edit]

In 1681, after Zheng Jing died, Kezhang was killed by his uncle Zheng Cong in Coup of Tungning (東寧之變), and Princess Chen, Zheng's princess consort, committed suicide later. Zheng did not have any children.

Family[edit]

Royal of Tungning[edit]

Tagawa ShichizaemonZheng ShaozuYan Siqi
Dong YangxianTagawa MatsuZheng ZhilongConcubine Yan
Queen DongKoxingaZheng Xi
Feng XifanHe-niang HuangZheng JingZhao-niang ChenChen Yonghua
Princess FengZheng KeshuangZheng KezangPrincess Chen
Zheng Anfu


Siblings[edit]

References[edit]



Zheng Kezang
Born: 1662 Died: 1681
Political offices
Preceded by
Zheng Jing
Ruler of the Tungning
1681
Succeeded by
Zheng Keshuang