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Table 1 Historical Ancestral Temples on Wenzhuang Road, Fucheng

From: New functionalism: rejuvenating historical and cultural heritage through urban revival

Ordinal Name Location Specific Circumstance
1 Ancestral Temple of the Yang Clan south of present Qiongshan Mountain Hotel Being demolished
2 Ancestral Temple of the Ou Clan Behind the former Bureau of Finance Being demolished
3 Ancestral Temple of the Wu Clan Within the Workers Cultural Palace Being demolished
4 Ancestral Temple of the Ke Clan Within the Workers Cultural Palace Being demolished
5 Ancestral Temple of the Gao Clan South of No.10, Shangshu Zhijie Street Being demolished
6 Ancestral Temple of the Li Clan North of the Kindergarten Office, Shangshu Zhijie District Being demolished
7 Ancestral Temple of the Shi Clan North of the Kindergarten Office, Shangshu Zhijie District Being demolished
8 Ancestral Temple of the Xian Clan North end of Datie Lane Moved to Feng Bao and Mrs. Xian′s Memorial Hall
9 Ancestral Temple of the He Clan Left side of Qiongshan Middle School Unknown
10 Ancestral Temple of the Feng Clan Former ICBC Branch Moved to Feng Bao and Mrs. Xian′s Memorial Hall
11 Ancestral Temple of the Zhou Clan Former Food Bureau Covered 7500 square meters; originally consisted of two jin (one jin equals one row with several houses)
12 Ancestral Temple of the Lin Clan Former Qiongshan Printing House Moved to Bigan and Matsu Culture Garden
13 Ancestral Temple of the Wang Clan Former Qiongshan Power Supply Company Under reconstruction
14 Ancestral Temple of the Chen Clan Inside Qiongshan No. 1 Primary School Being demolished
15 Ancestral Temple of the Xing Clan No.12, Shangshu Zhijie Street Under repair
16 Ancestral Temple of the Huang Clan No.10, Shangshu Zhijie Street The largest and best-preserved in the city
17 Ancestral Temple of the Qiu Clan No.10 Third Lane, Jinhua Road Well-preserved
18 Ancestral Temple of the Mo Clan No.67 Wenzhuang Road (old doorplate) Being demolished
  1. Source: Registration Form of Returning Overseas Chinese Housing Construction Subsidy in Qiongshan County (June 21, 1993); The Annals Of Fucheng(Huang Peiping, Hong Kong Jinling Publishing House, 2010, pp. 76–79); Qianlong period, Daoguang period); Qiongshan County Records (Republic of China); the surname genealogy data