Sūn Kuāng appellation Jìzuǒ was [Sūn] Yì’s younger brother. He was nominated as Filial and Incorrupt candidate and Abundant Talent candidate, but was not yet tested and employed, and died, at the time over twenty years. (1) His son [Sūn] Tài was the Cáo clan’s sister’s son, and was Cháng River Colonel. Jiāhé Third Year  he accompanied [Sūn] Quán in besieging Xīnchéng, and was struck by a stray arrow and died. [Sūn] Tài’s son [Sūn] Xiù was Front General and Xiàkǒu Commander. [Sūn] Xiù was the Ruling House’s close kin, and wielded troops outside, and [Sūn] Hào’s thoughts could not be at ease. Jiànhéng Second Year, [Sūn] Hào sent Hé Dìng to command 5000 men to Xiàkǒu to hunt. Before this, among the people all said [Sūn] Xiù would be plotted against, and [Hé] Dìng from afar came hunting, [Sūn] Xiù therefore was frightened, and in the night led his wives and children and personal troops of several hundred men to flee to Jìn. Jìn appointed [Sūn] Xiù as Elite Cavalry General, Rites Equal to the Three Excellencies, with fief as Kuàijī Duke. (2)
- (1) Jiāngbiǎozhuàn states: Cáo Xiū set out against Dòngkǒu, Lǚ Fàn led his army to resist him. At the time [Sūn] Kuāng was Settling Martial Internal Cadet General, and violated [Lǚ] Fàn’s order setting fire, burning and destroying reeds and weeds, so there was lacking for military use, [Lǚ] Fàn immediately reported and sent [Sūn] Kuāng back to Wú. [Sūn] Quán expelled his clan to the Dīng clan, and imprisoned him to the end of his life.
- Your Servant Sōngzhī comments: The base biography states: “[Sūn] Kuāng was not yet tested and employed, and died, at the time over twenty years, but Jiāngbiǎozhuàn says that Lǚ Fàn was at Dòngkǒu, and [Sūn] Kuāng was Setting Martial Internal Cadet General. If he was Settling Martial, then it was not that he was not yet tested and employed. Moreover Sūn Jiān in Chūpíng Second Year  died, the Dòngkǒu campaign was at Huángchū Third Year , [Sūn] Jiān died at thirty-one years, [Sūn] Kuāng at the time if was yet there, then the biography could not say at the time he died he was over twenty. This should be [Sūn] Quán’s separately born younger brother [Sūn] Lǎng, Jiāngbiǎozhuàn mistakes it as [Sūn] Kuāng. For [Sūn] Lǎng’s reputation and rank see Sānchāolù and Yú Xǐ’s Zhìlín.
- (2) Jiāngbiǎozhuàn states: [Sūn] Hào was greatly furious, and changed [Sūn] Xiù’s surname to Lì.
- Gān Bǎo’s Jìnjì states: [Sūn] Xiù was at the Jìn Court, first heard that [Sūn] Hào had surrendered, the various ministers sent congratulations, but [Sūn] Xiù claimed illness and would not meet, and facing south wept and said: “In the past [General] Suppressing Rebels [Sūn Cè] was capped and as one Colonel began the enterprise, and now the Later Ruler raises the Jiāng’s south and abandons it, our Ancestral Temples and Tombs, from this are to become ruins. Everlasting Blue Heaven, what man it this!” The Court praised him.
- Jìn Zhūgōng Zàn states: Wú was pacified, and he was demoted to Overcoming Waves General, with Office Staff as before. During Yǒngníng [301-302] died, and was posthumously Elite Cavalry [General] With Office. His son [Sūn] Jiǎn, appellation Zhòngjié, was a Giving Affairs Central.