The owner of the Prince Consort's Mansion, Xu Jue, also had the courtesy name Junyao and Guoxi. Xu Jue was born in the Xianhuan family and was a native of Shanqian Township, Hanshan (now Shanqian Township, Chaozhou City). Xu Jue's great-grandfather was Xu Shen, one of the top eight sages in Chaozhou. Shen was first recognized as a virtuous person in the second year of Dazhong Xiangfu (1010) by Zhenzong of the Northern Song Dynasty. At that time, Zhenzong visited the south to the east and came first in the examination, and was awarded the title of Jinshi. Before Xu Shen could reach the throne, he was introduced to Chen Yaozuo for his literary talents. Xu Shen was appointed as the magistrate of Shaozhou at the beginning. He was a doctor in the Ministry of Punishment and was given silver as a gift to Doctor Guanglu. His grandfather Xu Yin was the official prince Zhongshe (the teacher of Emperor Yingzong when he was the prince). His father Xu Wenjie was the official Weiwei Si Cheng Tongyi. doctor.
When Xu Jue was young, he was talented and talented, and he was skillful and easy to understand. Xu Juechu took Zu Yinde as a military attache of Emperor Renzong of the Song Dynasty, and was awarded Zuo Ban Dianzhi (the name of a military officer in the Song Dynasty). He was the eldest daughter of Emperor Yingzong Zhao Shu, the great-grandson of Emperor Taizong of the Song Dynasty, and was Princess De'an, the granddaughter of Emperor Renzong of the Song Dynasty. (His father, Zhao Shu, was granted the title of princess when he was the prince, and became the princess after he ascended the throne). He served as the observer envoy to Pennsylvania and the military supervisor of the President of Guangnan West Road (to rule the three provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi, and Yunnan).