Who married Daoguang Emperor?

Consort Chang married Daoguang Emperor .

Consort He married Daoguang Emperor .

Consort Xiang married Daoguang Emperor .

Empress Xiaojingcheng married Daoguang Emperor .

Empress Xiaomucheng married Daoguang Emperor .

Empress Xiaoquancheng married Daoguang Emperor .

Empress Xiaoshencheng married Daoguang Emperor .

Imperial Concubine Tian married Daoguang Emperor .

Imperial Concubine Zhen married Daoguang Emperor .

Imperial Noble Consort Zhuangshun married Daoguang Emperor .

Noble Consort Cheng married Daoguang Emperor .

Noble Consort Jia married Daoguang Emperor .

Noble Consort Tóng married Daoguang Emperor .

Daoguang Emperor

Daoguang Emperor

The Daoguang Emperor (16 September 1782 – 26 February 1850, Chinese:道光) was the eighth Emperor of the Qing dynasty, and the sixth Qing emperor to rule over China proper, reigned from 1820 to 1850. His reign was marked by "external disaster and internal rebellion," that is, by the First Opium War, and the beginning of the Taiping Rebellion which nearly brought down the dynasty. The historian Jonathan Spence characterizes the Daoguang Emperor as a "well meaning but ineffective man" who promoted officials who "presented a purist view even if they had nothing to say about the domestic and foreign problems surrounding the dynasty."

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Consort Chang

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Consort He

Consort He

Consort He (died 18 May 1836), of the Manchu Plain White Banner Hoifa Nara clan, was a consort of the Daoguang Emperor.

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Consort Xiang

Consort Xiang

Consort Xiang (9 February 1808 – 15 February 1861), of the Manchu Niohuru clan, was a consort of the Daoguang Emperor. She was 26 years his junior and of the same age as his eldest son Prince Yiwei.

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Empress Xiaojingcheng

Empress Xiaojingcheng

Empress Xiaojingcheng (19 June 1812 – 21 August 1855), of the Manchu Plain Yellow Banner Borjigit clan, was a consort of the Daoguang Emperor. She was 30 years his junior.

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Empress Xiaomucheng

Empress Xiaomucheng


Empress Xiaomucheng (1781 – 17 February 1808), of the Manchu Bordered Yellow Banner Niohuru clan, was a consort of the Daoguang Emperor. She was one year his senior.

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Empress Xiaoquancheng

Empress Xiaoquancheng


Empress Xiaoquancheng (24 March 1808 – 13 February 1840), of the Manchu Bordered Yellow Banner Niohuru clan, was a consort of the Daoguang Emperor. She was 26 years his junior.

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Empress Xiaoshencheng

Empress Xiaoshencheng


Empress Xiaoshencheng (5 July 1792 – 16 June 1833), of the Manchu Bordered Yellow Banner Tunggiya clan, was a consort of the Daoguang Emperor. She was ten years his junior.

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Imperial Concubine Tian

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Imperial Concubine Zhen

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Imperial Noble Consort Zhuangshun

Imperial Noble Consort Zhuangshun

Imperial Noble Consort Zhuangshun (29 November 1822 – 13 December 1866), of the Manchu Uya clan, was a consort of the Daoguang Emperor. She was 40 years his junior.

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Noble Consort Cheng

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Daoguang Emperor
 
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Noble Consort Jia

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Noble Consort Tóng

Noble Consort Tóng

Noble Consort Tong (3 June 1817 – 1877), of the Manchu Šumuru clan, was a consort of the Daoguang Emperor. She was 35 years his junior.

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