Who married Dorgon?

Empress Dowager Xiaozhuang married Dorgon .

Empress Jingxiaoyi married Dorgon .

Princess Uisun married Dorgon .

Dorgon

Dorgon

Dorgon (Manchu: ᡩᠣᡵᡤᠣᠨ; Möllendorff: dorgon, literally "badger"; 17 November 1612 – 31 December 1650), formally known as Prince Rui, was a Manchu prince and regent of the early Qing dynasty. Born in the Aisin Gioro clan as the 14th son of Nurhaci (the founder of the Qing dynasty), Dorgon started his career in military campaigns against the Ming dynasty, Mongols and Koreans during the reign of his eighth brother, Hong Taiji, who succeeded their father. After Hong Taiji's death in 1643, he was involved in a power struggle against Hong Taiji's eldest son, Hooge, over the succession to the throne. Both of them eventually came to a compromise by backing out and letting Hong Taiji's ninth son, Fulin, become the emperor; Fulin was installed on the throne as the Shunzhi Emperor. Dorgon served as Prince-Regent from 1643 to 1650, throughout the Shunzhi Emperor's early reign. In 1645, he was given the honorary title "Emperor's Uncle and Prince-Regent"; the title was changed to "Emperor's Father and Prince-Regent" in 1649. Under Dorgon's regency, Qing forces occupied Beijing, the capital of the fallen Ming dynasty, and gradually conquered the rest of China in a series of battles against Ming loyalists and other opposing forces around China. Dorgon also introduced the policy of forcing all Han Chinese men to shave the front of the heads and wear their hair in queues just like the Manchus. He died in 1650 during a hunting trip and was posthumously honoured as an emperor even though he was never an emperor during his lifetime. A year after Dorgon's death, however, the Shunzhi Emperor accused Dorgon of several crimes, stripped him of his titles, and ordered his remains to be exhumed and flogged in public. Dorgon was posthumously rehabilitated and restored of his honorary titles by the Qianlong Emperor in 1778.

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Empress Dowager Xiaozhuang

Empress Dowager Xiaozhuang

Bumbutai (布木布泰; 28 March 1613 – 27 January 1688), of the Khorchin Mongol Borjigit clan, was the consort of Hong Taiji. She was 21 years his junior. She was honoured as Empress Dowager Zhaosheng during the reign of her son, Fulin, the Shunzhi Emperor, and as Grand Empress Dowager Zhaosheng during the reign of her grandson, Xuanye, the Kangxi Emperor.

As empress dowager and grand empress dowager, she had significant influence in the Qing imperial court and was highly respected for her political wisdom and insight. After her death, she was posthumously honoured with the title Empress Xiaozhuangwen, although she never held the rank of empress consort during her lifetime.

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Dorgon

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Empress Jingxiaoyi

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พระชายาจินเซี่ยวจวงกง (จีน: 敬孝忠恭元妃อังกฤษ: Grand Consort Jingxiaozhonggong)ราชกูลเดิม คือ โป๋เอ่อร์จี้จี๋เท่อ (จีน: 博尔济吉特氏อังกฤษ: Borjigit) เป็นธิดาของ จินซ่างเอ่อร์ฮุย (จีน: 吉桑阿尔寨อังกฤษ: Jisang'a'erzhai)จากเผ่ามองโกลเคอร์ฉิน หลังการสิ้นพระชนม์ของพระนางได้รับการสถาปนาเป็น"พระชายาจินเซี่ยวจวงกง(จีน: 敬孝忠恭元妃อังกฤษ: Grand Consort Jingxiaozhonggong) และหลังจากองค์ชายตัวเอ่อร์กุ่น ได้เป็นผู้สำเร็จราชการในจักรพรรดิซุ่นจื้อ และได้สถาปนาตัวเองเป็น จักรพรรดิเฉินจง จึงได้สถาปนานามพระวรชายาเอกเป็น จักรพรรดินีเฉินจงอี้(จีน: 成宗义皇后อังกฤษ: Empress Chengzongyi).

 
 

Dorgon

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Princess Uisun

Princess Uisun (1635–1662; birth name Yi Ae-suk) was a member of the Joseon royal family, who was adopted as a daughter by Hyojong of Joseon and Queen Inseon, so that she could marry the Aisin Gioro prince Dorgon, the prince regent of the Shunzhi Emperor.

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