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The surname Huo came from the Ji family. The brother of Emperor
Zhou Wu Wang, Shu Chu was awarded the land of Huo (south west of Huo county in Shanxi). He was known as Huo Shu, and was one of the three guardians of the king. Huo Shu conspired with the two other guardians Guan Shu and Cai Shu and was stripped off his position. Huo Shus son succeeded him and became the duke of the Huo kingdom. In 661 B.C. the Huo kingdom was annihilated by the Jin kingdom, and its people adopted Huo as their last name.
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