Welcome to Fanily
A Series of Biographical Websites
The Fanily is the conception of Chinese ancient family name
Fan·范 derived from a tribe living in a manor with the same name.
Historically, population migration of Fanily was principally initiated from North (Central China) to South (South-east China and Overseas) by wars. Such tree-shaped migration roadmap determined the scattered population distribution and independent development.
To classify Fanily streams, we define the node as a data structure Node(Time, Location) or nₒ(tₒᵉ, lₒᵉ) → nᵢ(tᵢᵒ, lᵢᵒ) where,
tᵢᵒ - tₒᵉ ≥ 1 year lᵢᵒ - lₒᵉ ≥ 100 km nᵢ ≥ 100
The root node(s) is(are)
nᴿ(tᴿ, lᴿ), while the leaf nodes are
Regarding the Fanily genealogies, we shed lights on the leaf nodes, while biographies and case stories will be collected in the next section so as to enrich the evolutionary Streams by rendering historical images.
We searched for 3 genealogies according to the analysis of Streams.
G1 吳越范家山 - East China
This genealogy developed from the period of Spring and Autumn. Tentatively, we name it Stream of Spring and Autumn
G2 范姓宗親會 - Overseas
This genealogy developed from the Dynasty of Song (and Ming). Tentatively, we name it Stream of Song and Ming.
G3 范氏宗親會 - Central Plains
This genealogy developed closest to the root node from the period of Xuanyuan. Tentatively, we name it Stream of Xuanyuan.
We post 3 Fanily iconic members' biographies and their case stories to connect the contexts of different streams.