Woo King Yung
| Wu Jingrong 吴敬荣 |
| King Yung Woo |
Yung Woo King
| Wu Jinchen 吴荩臣 |
| 3 |
| 68 |
| 1864 |
| Xiuning, Anhui |
| 11 (Lunar Calendar) |
| Tianjin |
| (1) Lee, MA; |
(2) Hartford, CT.
| (1) Alexander & Cornelia (Hull) Hyde, Lee, MA: |
(2) James R. & Cornelia J. Stevens, Hartford, CT.
| West Middle Public School, Hartford, CT, ?-1879; |
Hartford Public High School, Hartford, CT, 1879-1881.
| Rensselaer Polytechnic, Troy, NY2 |
| Assigned to Tianjin Naval School |
| Naval Officer: Captain of the Bao Bi 宝璧3 and of the cruiser "Kuang Chia" (Guangjia) 广甲; participated in the Battle of the Yalu River, 17 September 18944 |
Later, Advisor to President Li Yuan Hung (Li Yuanhong) 黎元洪.5
| Navy |
| Wu Zilin 吴子麟 lived in Shanghai. |
| 1. Wright (2000), 87. |
2. Robyn (1996), 157; Qian & Hu (2003), 108; Qian & Hu (2004), 116. (Not found in Rhoads (2011).)
3. Shi (2000), 202. (Not found in Wright (2000).)
4. Built at Fuzhou, the Kuang Chia was launched Aug 1887. “Kuang Chia…left early in the action, in due course to run aground just east of Talien Bay, where she was later destroyed by the Japanese in a mopping-up operation.” Wright (2000), 69; 91.
5. Yung Shang Him (1939), 28. Li Yuanhong was twice President of the Republic of China, 1916-1917 and 1922-1923. During the Battle of the Yalu River, Li Yuanhong served as chief engineer aboard the Kuang Chia. Wright (2000), 128.