[Zhūgě] Qiáo appellation Bósōng, was [Zhūgě] Liàng’s elder brother [Zhūgě] Jǐn’s second son, original appellation Zhòngshèn. He with his elder brother [Zhūgě] Yuánxún both had fame at the time, appraisers believed Qiáo’s ability did not match his elder brother, but his character and industry surpassed him. Previously, [Zhūgě] Liàng did not yet have sons, and asked for Qiáo to be his successor, [Zhūgě] Jǐn informed Sūn Quán and sent Qiáo to come west, [Zhūgě] Liàng had Qiáo be his primary son, and therefore changed his appellation. He was appointed as Imperial In-law Commandant, accompanying [Zhūgě] Liàng to Hànzhōng. (1) Aged twenty-five years, Jiànxìng Sixth Year  he died. His son [Zhūgě] Pān, office reached Acting Protector of the Army Assisting Martial General, also early died. Zhūgě Kè met with execution in Wú, his descendants all were exterminated, and [Zhūgě] Liàng himself had descendants, and therefore [Zhūgě] Pān returned and again became [Zhūgě] Jǐn’s posterity.
- (1) [Zhūgě] Liàng with his elder brother [Zhūgě] Jǐn wrote letter saying: “Qiáo originally should have returned to Chéngdū, now the various officers’ younger clansmen all ship and transport, thinking they should share in honor and disgrace. Now I send Qiáo to command five to six hundred troops, with the various younger clansmen to transport at Gǔzhōng.” The letter is in [Zhūgě] Liàng’s collected works.