Trương Thị Trong

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Trương Thị Trong
Born
Lê village, Như Quỳnh commune, Văn Lâm District, Hải Đông town, Annam
Died
Nationality Annam
Spouse(s) Trịnh Cương

Trương Thị Trong (Hán tự : 張氏𤄯, ? - ?) was a consort of lord Trịnh Cương.

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Biography

Consort Trương Thị Trong had the courtesy name Ngọc Trong (玉𤄯), was born at Lê village, Như Quỳnh commune, Văn Lâm district, Hải Đông town (now Hưng Yên province). She was the third daughter of military official Trương Đôn Hậu and his wife Nguyễn Thị (posthumous name Lady Thục Tiết). Essentially Lê village's Trương clan was the distaff-side relations of Trịnh lords, so lady Trương Thị Trong has entered Trịnh's palace to become the consort Nội-thị cung-tần (內侍宮嬪) of lord Trịnh Cương (1686–1729) when she grew up. She always spent free and boring times composing verses. [1]

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References

  1. About poet Trương Thị Trong