Fànyáng Mǐn-wáng “Unfortunate King” [Cáo] Jǔ died young. No sons. Jiàn’ān twenty-second year , Duke of Fán’ān [Cáo] Jūn’s son Mǐn was adopted to serve as Jǔ’s posterity and given fief as Marquis of Línjìn. Huángchū third year  he was given posthumous title as Mǐn-gōng “Unfortunate Duke” of Fànyáng. Fifth year , Mǐn’s fief was changed to King of Fànyáng. Seventh year  his fief was moved to Gōuyáng. Tàihé sixth year  Jǔ was posthumously advanced to Mǐn-wáng “Unfortunate King” of Fànyáng, and Mǐn’s fief was changed to King of Lángyé.
During Jǐngchū [237-239], Zhèngyuán [254-256], and Jǐngyuán [260-264], the fief increased, adding to the previous to a total of 3400 households. Mǐn died, and his posthumous title was Yuán-wáng “Source King.” His son Kūn succeeded.