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Song Wu-Di's Appraiser: Song Wu-Di is the first Emperor of the Song Dynasty, ruled from 420-422 AC.

Wei Wang 3 Passes
Becoming a Scholar Martial
Respect eldest, loving friends
Remembers past, acknowledging ancestors
Set Wu Kingdom in the East
Observes news from Central China
Blossoming kingdom day and night
with rightious justed officials
A kingdom in it's grow
Name remembered by all
I praise you with this poem
to be remembered forever

Emperior Song, March 5, of First Year Unify Ruling

 

Governement document depicting Emperor Kao-Zhong (Qien-Long 1736-1795AD) first visit to Wu Tai-Pou's grave

X month X day, the Emperor and Minister Woo Mu-Tai arrived at Wu Tai-Pou's grave to pay their respect. Emperor feels that Wu is a friend he never met and discussed the posibility of moving the grave to a better place. Emperor's tears drop while overlooking toward the South....

Governement document depicting Emperor Kao-Zhong (Qien-Long 1736-1795AD) second visit to Wu Tai-Pou's grave

X month X day, Emperor dispatched Officer Chien Wei-Cheng to pay respect to Wu's grave. Bring a troupe of musical instrument which sound be heard miles away....

Poem written by Su Shi of Song Dynasty:

Tai Pou's Kindness
Must come by his father
Leaving thrown as past
Follow peasant life
Living thrugh Spring and Autum Period
Maintainig his power succesfully
A hero in the past
Even body died but spirit remains

 

The Wu Family Chronological Tree: