Dal Suk Yang

Brief Life History of Dal Suk

Dal Suk Yang was born on 18 October 1908, in South Gyeongsang, Korea as the son of 양원석 and Baik-Ho Han. He had at least 2 sons with 진낙선. He died on 2 April 1984, in Busan, Korea, at the age of 75.

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Family Time Line

Dal Suk Yang
1908–1984
진낙선
1911–
Kang Yang Dr.
1930–
Kwangnam Yang Dr.
1933–

Sources (1)

  • Dal S Yang en tant qu’entrée de Kang Yang, "United States, Social Security Numerical Identification Files (NUMIDENT), 1936-2007"

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Name Meaning

Some characteristic forenames: Chinese Mai, Chue, Chia, Chang, Chong, Ming, Mee, Wei, Hong, Jae, Kao, Tong, Yia, Chao, Seung. Southeast Asian Pao, Neng, Vang, Yer, Pang, Youa, Doua, Shoua, Koua, Yeng, Dang, Thao, Bao.

Chinese: Mandarin form of the surname 楊, meaning ‘poplar’ in Chinese: (i) from the placename Yang (楊, also written as 揚), the name of a state (located in Hongdong in present-day Shanxi province) originally granted to Shang Fu, also known as Yang Hou (楊侯,‘Marquis of Yang’), son of King Xuan of Zhou (reigned 827–782 BC ). The state was annexed by the state of Jin during the Spring and Autumn period (770–476 BC ). Later some descendants from the state adopted 楊 as the surname while others adopted 揚 (another written form) as the surname. (ii) from Yang Hou (楊侯) (‘Marquis of Yang’), a title given to Bo Qiao, son of the Duke Wu of Jin (known as Duke Wu of Quwo, 754–677 BC ). (iii) from the Mo Hu Lu (莫胡盧) and Yu Chi (尉遲) families, members of the Xianbei ethnic group, who changed their original surnames to Yang (楊) during the Northern Wei dynasty (386–534 AD ). (iv) traced back to certain other minority ethnic groups in ancient northern and southern China.

Chinese: Mandarin form of the surname 陽, referring to ‘yang’ in Chinese philosophy: (i) from Yang (陽), the name of an ancient state (located in present-day Shandong province). After it was annexed by the state of Qi (located in present-day Shandong province) in about 676 BC , people from the state adopted 陽, the name of the state, as their surname. (ii) from the placename Yang Fan (陽樊), the name of a fief (located in Jiyuan in Henan province) granted to the youngest son of King Jing of Zhou (died 520 BC ). (iii) from Yang (陽), the name of a fief (located in Shishou in Hubei province) granted to Gai (died 519 BC ), a prince and an official in the state of Chu during the Spring and Autumn period (770–476 BC ).

Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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