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25. 一柳監物 Hitotsuyanagi / Ichiyanagi Kenmotsu



Banners Left – right. Han sashimono – Uma-jirushi – Nobori

Depending on where you look, the family name seems to be read as either Hitotsuyanagi or Ichiyanagi. I have elected to use Ichiyanagi throughout but have left it sorted as an H.
The title Kenmotsu was also held by the 3rd Saijô Daimyô – Ichiyanagi Naooki

ICHIYANAGI NAOMORI 1565 – 1636
一柳直盛 (ひとつやなぎ なおもり)
Kenmotsu 監物
Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Tozama

The son of Ichiyanagi Naotaka. He served Tokugawa Ieyasu at Sekigahara leading 1000 troops and was present for the Ôsaka campaign. I have not yet found his banners on any of the Sekigahara screens. The main line at Saijô in Iyo came to an end in 1665 when Naooki was removed from office after a scandal. The remaining two hans - Ono in Harima and Komatsu in Iyo – remained in the family but with a reduced income.

Fiefs:
1st and last Ichiyanagi and 1st Daimyô of Owari Kuroda, Owari 30 000 koku 1509 – 1601 尾張黒田藩
1st and last Ichiyanagi and 1st Daimyô of Kanbe, Ise 50 000 koku 1601 – 1636 神戸藩
1st Ichiyanagi and 1st Daimyô of Saijô, Iyo 30 000 koku 1636 – 1636 西条藩

Parentage:
2nd son of Ichiyanagi Naotaka 1529 – 1580 一柳 直高 (ひとつやなぎ なおたか)

Grandson of Ichiyanaga **taka 一柳宣高

Siblings:
Ichiyanagi Naosue 1546 – 1590 一柳 直末 (ひとつやなぎ なおすえ)

Sister married Ogawa Suketada 1549 - 1601 小川祐忠(おがわ すけただ)

Wives / concubines:
?

Children:
Sons-
1st Ichiyanagi Naoshige 1598 – 1645 一柳直重 (ひとつやなぎ なおしげ) Tango no Kami 丹後守
2nd Ichiyanagi and 2nd Daimyô of Saijô, Iyo 30 000 koku 1636 – 1645 西条藩

2nd Ichiyanagi Naoie 1599 – 1642 一柳直家 (ひとつやなぎ なおいえ) Mimasaka no Kami 美作守
1st and last Ichiyanagi and 1st and last Daimyô of Kawanoe, Iyo 28 600 koku 1636 - 1637 川之江藩
1st Ichiyanagi and 1st Daimyô of Ono, Harima 28 – 10 000 koku 1637 - 1642 小野藩

3rd Ichiyanagi Naoyori 1602- 1645 一柳直頼 (ひとつやなぎ なおより) Inaba no Kami 因幡守
1st Ichiyanagi and 1st Daimyô of Komatsu, Iyo 10 000 koku 1636 – 1645 小松藩

Daughters-
Married Honda Tadatomo 1582 – 1615 本多忠朝(ほんだ ただとも)Izumo no Kami 出雲守

Other Ichiyanagi Daimyô c1600 – 1650
Ichiyanagi Naotsugu 1623 – 1659 一柳直次 (ひとつやなぎ なおつぐ) Tosa no Kami 土佐守 2nd son of Koide Yoshichika 1590 - 1668 小出吉親(こいで よしちか) Ise no Kami 伊勢守 Adopted heir of Ichiyanagi Naoie 1599 – 1642
2nd Ichiyanagi and 2nd Daimyô of Ono, Harima 10 000 koku 1642 - 1658 小野藩

Ichiyanagi Naoharu 1642 – 1716 一柳直治 (ひとつやなぎ なおはる) Hyôbu Shôsuke 兵部少輔 1st son of Ichiyanagi Naoyori 1602 – 1645
2nd Ichiyanagi and 2nd Daimyô of Komatsu, Iyo 10 000 koku 1645 – 1705 小松藩

Ichiyanagi Naooki 1624 – 1702 一柳直興 (ひとつやなぎ なおおき) Kenmotsu 監物 1st son of Ichiyanagi Naoshige 1598 – 1645
3rd and last Ichiyanagi and 3rd Daimyô of Saijô, Iyo 30 000 koku 1645 – 1665 西条藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Owari Kuroda, Owari (1 head) 30 000 koku 1590 – 1601
Kanbe, Ise (1 head) 50 000 koku 1601 – 1636
Saijô, Iyo 30 000 koku (3 heads) 1636 – 1665
Kawanoe, Iyo (1 head) 28 600 koku 1636 – 1637
Komatsu, Iyo (9 heads) 10 000 koku 1636 - 1871
Ono, Harima (11 heads) 28 – 10 000 koku 1637 – 1871


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26. 北條久太郎  Hojo Hisatarô



Banners Left – right. Lord's helmet – Sashimono – O uma-jirushi - Nobori

Illustrated in the Heraldry in the Sengoku Period thread as Hôjô Ujishige 1536 – 1578 (the grandfather of this Ujishige) but probably same banners handed down

26. HÔJÔ UJISHIGE 1595 - 1658
北条氏重 (ほうじょう うじしげ)
Dewa no Kami 出羽守
Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Tozama

The Late or Odawara Hōjō clan was one of the most powerful families in Japan in the Sengoku period and held domains primarily in the Kantō region. The clan began when Ise Shinkurō, a high ranking officer in the Shôgunate began to conquer lands and build up his power at the beginning of the 16th century. His son wanted his lineage to have a more illustrious name, and chose Hōjō, after the line of regents of the Kamakura Shôgunate, to which his wife also belonged. So he became Hōjō Ujitsuna, and his father, Ise Shinkurō, was posthumously renamed Hōjō Sōun. The family would be in both conflict and alliance with most of the main families in that area, the Takeda, Uesugi, Oda and Tokugawa, but eventually Toyotomi Hideyoshi eradicated the power of the Hōjō in the Siege of Odawara in 1590; banishing Hōjō Ujinao and his wife Toku Hime (a daughter of Tokugawa Ieyasu) to Mount Kōya, where Ujinao died in 1591.
The heads of the Late Hōjō clan were:
Hōjō Sōun 1432–1519
Hōjō Ujitsuna 1487–1541, son of Sōun
Hōjō Ujiyasu 1515–1571, son of Ujitsuna
Hōjō Ujimasa 1538–1590, son of Ujiyasu
Hôjô Ujinao 1562 – 1591, son of Ujimasa
Two lines survived the fall –
Hôjô Ujishige was descended from Hôjô Tsunashige, a younger son of Hôjô Ujitsuna, and he would hold 6 different hans between 1611 and 1658. That line died with him
Hôjô Ujimori was adopted by the last major Hôjô head Ujinao, and his line would hold Sayama in Kawachi till 1869

Fiefs:
2nd and last Hôjô and 2nd and last Daimyô of Iwatomaori, Shimôsa 10 000 koku 1611 – 1613 岩富藩
1st and last Hôjô and 1st and last Daimyô of Tomita, Shimotsuke 10 000 koku 1613 – 1619 富田藩
1st and last Hôjô and 3rd and last Daimyô of Tôtômi Kuno, Tôtômi 1619 – 1640 16 000 koku 遠江久野藩
1st and last Hôjô and 6th Daimyô of Sekiyado, Shimôsa 20 000 koku 1640 – 1644 関宿藩
1st and last Hôjô and 6th Daimyô of Tanaka, Suruga 25 000 koku 1644 – 1649 田中藩
1st and last Hôjô and 13th Daimyô of Kakegawa, Tôtômi 30 000 koku 1649 – 1658 掛川藩

Parentage:
Son of Hoshina Masanao 1542 - 1601 保科正直(ほしな まさなお)
Adopted heir of Hôjô Ujikatsu 1559 – 1611 北条氏勝(ほうじょう うじかつ)Migi emon daifu 左衛門大夫
1st Hôjô and 1st Daimyô of Iwatomaori, Shimôsa 10 000 koku 1590 – 1611 岩富藩

Grandson (by adoption) of Hôjô Ujishige 1536 – 1578 北条氏繁(ほうじょう うじしげ)Migi emon daifu 左衛門大夫 Hitachi no Suke 常陸介

Siblings:
Hôjô Shigehiro 1576 - 1612 北条繁広(ほうじょう しげひろ) (5th son of Hôjô Ujishige 1536 – 1578)
[Shigehiro was also adopted by Hôjô Ujikatsu]

Wives / Concubines:
Married daughter of Sugihara Nagafusa 1574 – 1629 杉原長房(すぎはら ながふさ)

Children:
Sons-
None

Daughters-
Married Hijikta Katsutaka 1612 – 1651 土方雄高(ひじかた かつたか)
Married Naitô Tadakiyo 内藤忠清
Married Kondô Shigenobu 近藤重信
Married Ôoka Tadataka 1633 - 1701 大岡忠高(おおおか ただたか)
Married Sakai Tadatoki 酒井忠時

Other Hôjô Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Hôjô Ujimori 1577 - 1608 北条氏盛 (ほうじょう うじもり) Mino no Kami 美濃守 1st son of Hôjô Ujinori 1545 – 1600 北条氏規(ほうじょう うじのり) Adopted heir of Hôjô Ujinao 1562 – 1591 北条氏直(ほうじょう うじなお)
1st Hôjô and 1st Daimyô of Sayama, Kawachi 11 – 10 000 koku 1600 - 1608 狭山藩

Hôjô Ujinobu 1601 – 1625 北条氏信 (ほうじょう うじのぶ) Mino no Kami 美濃守 1st son of Hôjô Ujimori 1577 - 1608
2nd Hôjô and 2nd Daimyô of Sayama, Kawachi 10 000 koku 1608 - 1625 狭山藩

Hôjô Ujimune 1619 – 1685 北条氏宗(ほうじょう うじむね) No court rank awarded 1st son of Hôjô Ujinobu 1601 - 1625
3rd Hôjô and 3rd Daimyô of Sayama, Kawachi 10 000 koku 1625 - 1670 狭山藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Iwatomaori, Shimôsa (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1590 – 1613 岩富藩
Sayama, Kawachi (12 heads) 11 – 10 000 koku 1600 - 1869
Tomita, Shimotsuke (1 head) 10 000 koku 1613 – 1619 富田藩
Kuno, Tôtômi (1 head) 1619 – 1640 16 000 koku 遠江久野藩
Sekiyado, Shimôsa (1 head) 20 000 koku 1640 – 1644 関宿藩
Tanaka, Suruga (1 head) 25 000 koku 1644 – 1649 田中藩
Kakegawa, Tôtômi (1 head) 30 000 koku 1649 – 1658 掛川藩


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27. 本多美濃守 Honda Mino no Kami



Banners Left – right. Han sashimono - Tsukaiban – Lord's helmet – Uma-jirushi – Nobori

One version of the Sekigahara screen shows Honda samurai wearing red sashimono which would indicate Tadamasa, however he was with Hidetada's force at Ueda so missed the battle. Honda Tadakatsu with sons Masazumi and Tadatomo were at Sekigahara as was Honda Yasutoshi from another branch of the family

HONDA TADAMASA 1575 – 1631
本多忠政 (ほんだ ただまさ)
Mino no Kami 美濃守
Rôjû 侍従
Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
Fudai

The Honda were descended from Fujiwara no Kanemichi. The family settled in Mikawa and served the Matsudaira clan as retainers; later, when the main Matsudaira family became the Tokugawa clan, the Honda had a rise in prestige. The clan included thirteen branches who had Daimyô status, and forty-five who had Hatamoto status. Arguably the most famous member of the Honda family was Honda Tadakatsu. Two of the major branches of the clan were those which claimed descent from Tadakatsu, or his close relative Honda Masanobu. Two further branches were represented by Honda Shigetsugu and Honda Yasushige
Tadamasa was the eldest son and heir of Honda Tadakatsu, born in Mikawa, and he first saw action at the Siege of Odawara. He was present at both the Sekigahara and Ôsaka campaigns. In 1617 he became Daimyô of Himeji-han, worth 150 000 koku in Harima, prior to that he had controlled the 100 000 koku Kuwana-han in Ise after his father's retirement. He was married to Kumahime, a daughter of Matsudaira Nobuyasu (Tokugawa Ieyasu's eldest son). His own eldest son Tadatoki (who had also married into the Tokugawa family) pre-deceased him so when he died in 1638 the han went to another son, Masatomo. He held the position of Rôjû at one point

Fiefs:
2nd and last Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Kuwana, Ise 100 000 koku 1609 - 1616
1st Honda and 4th Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 150 000 koku 1617 – 1631 姫路藩

Parentage:
1st son of Honda Tadakatsu 1548 – 1610 本多忠勝 (ほんだ ただかつ) Nakatsukasa-daiyû 中務大輔 Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Ôtaki, Kazusa 100 000 koku 1590 – 1601 大多喜藩
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Kuwana, Ise 100 000 koku 1601 – 1609 桑名藩

Grandson of Honda Tadataka – 1549 本多忠高 (ほんだ ただたか)

Great-grandson of Honda Tadatoyo – 1545 本多忠豊 (ほんだ ただとよ)

Siblings:
Honda Tadatomo 1582 – 1615 本多忠朝 (ほんだ ただとも) Izumo no Kami 出雲守 Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Ôtaki, Kazusa 100 000 koku 1601 – 1615 大多喜藩

Honda Masazumi ?? Kôzuke no suke

Sister Komatsuhime 1573 - 1620 小松姫(こまつひめ) (Married Sanada Nobuyuki 1566 – 1658 真田信之(さなだ のぶゆき))
Sister Morihime もり姫 (Married Okudaira Iemasa 1577 – 1614 奥平家昌(おくだいら いえまさ))
Sister Married Honda Nobuyuki 本多信之
Sister Married Matsushita Shigetsuna 1579 – 1627 松下重綱(まつした しげつな)
Sister Married Gamô *** 蒲生瀬兵衛

Wives / Concubines:
Married Tokugawa Kumahime (Myôkôin 妙高院(みょうこういん))1577 – 1626 (daughter of Matsudaira (Tokugawa) Nobuyasu 1559 – 1579 松平信康(まつだいら のぶやす))

Children:
Sons-
1st Honda Tadatoki 1596 – 1626 本多忠刻(ほんだ ただとき) Izumo no Kami 出雲守 Nakatsukasa daiyû 中務大輔 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Himejishinden, Harima 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1617 – 1626 姫路新田藩

2nd Honda Masatomo 1599 – 1638 本多政朝 (ほんだ まさとも) Kai no Kami 甲斐守 Rôjû 侍従 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
3rd and last Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Ôtaki, Kazusa 50 000 koku 1615 – 1617 大多喜藩
1st and last Honda and 1st Daimyô of Tatsuno, Harima 50 000 koku 1617 – 1627 龍野藩
2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Himejishinden, Harima 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1627 – 1631 姫路新田藩
2nd Honda and 5th Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 150 000 koku 1631 – 1638 姫路藩

3rd Honda Tadayoshi 1602 – 1676 本多忠義 (ほんだ ただよし) Noto no kami 能登守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
4th and last Honda and 4th Daimyô of Himejishinden, Harima 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1638 – 1639 姫路新田藩
1st and last Honda and 9th Daimyô of Kakegawa, Tôtômi 70 000 koku 1639 – 1644 掛川藩
1st Honda and 6th Daimyô of Murakami, Echigo 100 000 koku 1644 – 1649 村上藩
1st Honda and 6th Daimyô of Shirakawa, Mutsu 120 000 koku 1649 – 1662 白河藩

Daughters-
Married Hori Tadatoshi 1596 – 1622 堀忠俊(ほり ただとし)
Married Arima Naozumi 1586 - 1641 有馬直純(ありま なおずみ)
Married Ogasawara Tadanaga 1594 - 1615 小笠原忠脩(おがさわら ただなが)
Married Ogasawara Tadazane 1596 - 1667 小笠原忠眞(おがさわら ただざね)

Other Honda Daimyô c1600 – 1650:

Honda Masanobu 1538 – 1616 本多正信(ほんだ まさのぶ) (1st son of Honda Toshimasa 1530 – 1572 本多俊正) Sado no Kami 佐渡守 Rôjû 侍従 1600 – 1615
1st and last Honda and 1st Daimyô of Tamanawa, Sagami 10 000 koku 1590 – 1616 玉縄藩

Honda Masazumi 1565 – 1637 本多正純(ほんだ まさずみ) (1st son of Honda Masanobu 1538 – 1616 本多正信(ほんだ まさのぶ)) Rôjû 侍従 1600 – 1622 Uhyôe-fu Suke 上野介
1st and last Honda and 1st and last Daimyô of Oyama, Shimotsuke 33 000 – 53 000 koku 1608 – 1619 小山藩
1st Honda and 4th Daimyô of Utsunomiya, Shimotsuke 155 000 koku 1619 – 1622 宇都宮藩

Honda Tadazumi 1586 – 1632 本多忠純(ほんだ ただずみ) (3rd son of Honda Masanobu 1538 – 1616 本多正信(ほんだ まさのぶ)) Ôsumi no Kami 大隅守
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Enomoto, Shimotsuke 10 – 28 000 koku 1605 – 1631 榎本藩

Honda Masashige 1545 – 1617 本多正重(ほんだ まさしげ) (4th Son of Honda Toshimasa 1530 – 1572 本多俊正)
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Funado, Shimôsa 10 000 koku 1616 – 1617 舟戸藩

Honda Masamoro 1613 - 1638 本多政遂(ほんだ まさもろ) (2nd son of Honda Masashige 1580 - 1647 本多政重 (ほんだ まさしげ Adopted heir of Honda Tadazumi 1586 – 1632 本多忠純(ほんだ ただずみ))
2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Enomoto, Shimotsuke 10 – 28 000 koku 1632 – 1638 榎本藩

Honda Inuchiyo 1636 - 1640 本多犬千代(ほんだ いぬちよ) (1st son of Honda Masamoro 1613 – 1638 本多政遂(ほんだ まさもろ)) Ôsumi no Kami 大隅守
3rd and last Honda and 3rd and last Daimyô of Enomoto, Shimotsuke 10 – 28 000 koku 1638 – 1640 榎本藩

Honda Yasushige 1554- 1611 本多康重(ほんだ やすしげ) (1st son of Honda Hirotaka 1528 – 1598 本多広孝(ほんだ ひろたか)) Bungo no Kami 豊後守 Ise no Kami 伊勢守
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Shirai, Kôzuke 20 000 koku 1590 – 1601 白井藩
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Okazaki, Mikawa 50 000 koku 1601 – 1611 岡崎藩

Honda Yasunori 1579 – 1623 本多康紀(ほんだ やすのり) (1st son of Honda Yasushige 1554 – 1611 本多康重(ほんだ やすしげ)) Bungo no Kami 豊後守 Ise no Kami 伊勢守2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Okazaki, Mikawa 50 000 koku 1611 – 1623 岡崎藩

Honda Norisada 1580 – 1623 本多紀貞(ほんだ のりさだ) (3rd son of Honda Yasushige 1554 – 1611 本多康重(ほんだ やすしげ))
2nd and last Honda and 5th and last Daimyô of Shirai, Kôzuke 10 000 koku 1618 – 1623 白井藩

Honda Narishige 1572 – 1647 本多成重(ほんだ なりしげ) (1st son of Honda Shigetsugu 1529 – 1596 本多重次(ほんだ しげつぐ)) Hida no Kami 飛騨守
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Maruoka 40 000 – 63 000 [1623] koku 1613 – 1646 丸岡藩

Honda Shigeyoshi 1590 – 1652 本多重能(ほんだ しげよし) (1st son of Honda Narishige 1572 – 1647 本多成重(ほんだ なりしげ))
2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Maruoka, Echizen 43 000 koku 1646 – 1651 丸岡藩

Honda Tadatoshi 1600 – 1645 本多忠利(ほんだ ただとし) (1st son of Honda Yasunori 1579 – 1623 本多康紀(ほんだ やすのり)) Ise no Kami 伊勢守
3rd Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Okazaki, Mikawa 50 000 koku 1623 – 1645 岡崎藩

Honda Toshinaga 1635 – 1693 本多利長(ほんだ としなが) (6th son of Honda Tadatoshi 1600 – 1645 本多忠利(ほんだ ただとし) ) Echizen no Kami 越前守 Inaba no Kami 因幡守
4th Honda and Daimyô of Okazaki, Mikawa 50 000 koku 1645 – 1645 岡崎藩
1st and last Honda and 7th Daimyô of Yokosuka, Tôtômi 40 000 koku 1645 – 1681 横須賀藩
1st Honda and Daimyô of Murayama, Dewa 10 000 koku 1682 – 1692 村山藩

Honda Yasutoshi 1569 – 1621 本多康俊(ほんだ やすとし) (2nd son of Sakai Tadatsugu 1527 – 1596 酒井忠次(さかい ただつぐ) Adopted heir of Honda Tadatsugu 1547 – 1613 本多忠次(ほんだ ただつぐ))
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Nishio, Mikawa 20 000 koku 1601 – 1617 西尾藩
1st Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Zeze, Ômi 30 000 koku 1617 – 1621 膳所藩

Honda Toshitsugu 1595 – 1668 本多俊次(ほんだ としつぐ) (1st son of Honda Yasutoshi 1569 – 1621 本多康俊(ほんだ やすとし) ) Shimôsa no Kam 下総守
2nd Honda and 4th Daimyô of Zeze, Ômi 30 000 koku 1621 – 1621 膳所藩
2nd and last Honda and 3rd and last Daimyô of Nishio, Mikawa 35 000 koku 1621 – 1636 西尾藩
1st and last Honda and 5th Daimyô of Kameyama, Ise 50 000 koku 1636 – 1651 伊勢亀山藩

Honda Tadasuke 1599 – 1682 本多忠相(ほんだ ただすけ) (2nd son of Honda Yasutoshi 1569 – 1621 本多康俊(ほんだ やすとし) ) Mimasaka no Kami 美作守
1st Honda Hatamoto of Nishiata, Mikawa 1 – 8 – 9 000 koku 1616 – 1672 西端藩

Honda Masakatsu 1614 – 1671 本多政勝(ほんだ まさかつ) (2nd son of Honda Tadatomo 1582 – 1615 本多忠朝 (ほんだ ただとも) ) Naiki 内記 Dewa no Kami 出羽守 Rôjû 侍従
3rd Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Himejishinden, Harima 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1631 – 1638 姫路新田藩
3rd Honda and 6th Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 150 000 koku 1638 – 1639 姫路藩
1st Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Kôriyama, Yamato 150 – 90 000 koku 1639 – 1671 郡山藩

Honda Toshimaa 1551 – 1610 本多俊政(ほんだ としまさ) (Son of Honda Toshihisa 本多利久) Inaba no Kami 因幡守
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Takatori, Yamato 30 000 koku 1600 – 1610 高取藩

Honda Masatake 1598 – 1637 本多政武(ほんだ まさたけ) (Son of Honda Toshimasa 1551 – 1610 本多俊政(ほんだ としまさ)) Inaba no Kami 因幡守
2nd and last Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Takatori, Yamato 30 000 koku 1610 – 1637 高取藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Shirai, Kôzuke (2 heads) 20 000 and 10 000 koku 1590 – 1601 and 1618 - 1623 白井藩
Tamanawa, Sagami (1 head) 10 000 koku 1590 - 1616 玉縄藩
Ôtaki, Kazusa (3 heads) 100 – 50 000 koku 1590 - 1617 大多喜藩
Takatori, Yamato (2 heads) 30 000 koku 1600 - 1637 高取藩
Kuwana, Ise (2 heads) 100 000 koku 1601 - 1616 桑名藩
Nishio, Mikawa (2 heads) 20 000 and 35 000 koku 1601 – 1617 and 1621 - 1636 西尾藩
Okazaki, Mikawa (10 heads) 50 000 koku 1601 - 1871 岡崎藩
Enomoto, Shimotsuke (3 heads) 10 – 28 000 koku 1605 - 1640 榎本藩
Oyama, Shimotsuke (1 head) 33 – 53 000 koku 1608 - 1619 小山藩
Maruoka, Echizen (4 heads) 43 000 koku 1613 - 1695 丸岡藩
Funado, Shimôsa (2 heads) 10 000 and 10 – 15 000 koku 1616 – 1617 and 1688 - 1703 舟戸藩
Nishiata, Mikawa (11 heads [9 Hatamoto 2 Daimyô]) 1 – 8 - 9 – 15 000 koku 1616 - 1871 西端藩
Tatsuno, Harima (1 head) 50 000 koku 1617 - 1627 龍野藩
Himejishinden, Harima (4 heads) 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1617 - 1639 姫路新田藩
Himeji, Harima (5 heads) 150 000 koku 1617 - 1704 姫路藩
Zeze, Ômi (15 heads) 30 – 60 000 koku 1617 - 1871 膳所藩
Utsunomiya, Shimotsuke (2 heads) 155 000 and 110 000 koku 1619 – 1622 and 1681 - 1685 宇都宮藩
Kameyama, Ise (1 head) 50 000 koku 1636 - 1651 伊勢亀山藩
Kakegawa, Tôtômi (1 head) 70 000 koku 1639 - 1644 掛川藩
Kôriyama, Yamato (9 heads) 150 – 60 – 90 – 120 000 koku 1639 - 1723 郡山藩
Murakami, Echigo (3 heads) 100 000 and 150 – 50 000 koku 1644 – 1649 and 1704 - 1710 村上藩
Yokosuka, Tôtômi (1 head) 40 000 koku 1645 - 1681 横須賀藩
Shirakawa, Mutsu (2 heads) 120 000 koku 1649 - 1681 白河藩
Kôriyamashinden, Yamato (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1653 - 1679 郡山新田藩
Asakawa, Mutsu (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1662 - 1681 浅川藩
Ishikawa, Mutsu (1 head) 10 000 koku 1662 - 1681 石川藩
Fukushima, Mutsu (1 head) 150 000 koku 1679 - 1682 福島藩
Akashi, Harima (1 head) 60 000 koku 1679 - 1682 明石藩
Nishidai, Kawachi (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1679 – 1704 and 1711 - 1732 西代藩
Yamazaki, Harima (9 heads) 10 000 koku 1679 - 1871 山崎藩
Ibo, Mikawa (1 head) 10 – 15 000 koku 1681 - 1710 伊保藩
Koromo, Mikawa (3 heads) 10 000 koku 1681 - 1749 挙母藩
Ôkubo, Mutsu (1 head) 10 000 koku 1682 - 1693 大久保藩
Murayama, Dewa (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1682 - 1699 村山藩
Asuke, Mikawa (1 head) 10 000 koku 1683 - 1689 足助藩
Itoigawa, Echigo (1 head) 10 000 koku 1699 - 1717 魚川藩
Numata, Kôzuke (3 heads) 20 – 40 000 koku 1703 - 1730 沼田藩
Kariya, Mikawa (1 head) 50 000 koku 1710 - 1712 刈谷藩
Sagara, Tôtômi (4 heads) 150 000 and 10 000 koku 1710 – 1746 and 1749 - 1758 相良藩
Koga, Shimôsa (2 heads) 50 000 koku 1712 - 1759 古河藩
Iiyama, Shinano (10 heads) 20 – 35 000 koku 1717 - 1871 飯山藩
Tanaka, Suruga (7 heads) 40 000 koku 1730 - 1868 田中藩
Kanbe, Ise (7 heads) 10 – 15 000 koku 1732 - 1871 神戸藩
Izumi, Mutsu (7 heads) 150 – 200 000 koku 1746 - 1871 泉藩
Hamada, Iwami (3 heads) 50 – 61 000 koku 1759 - 1769 浜田藩
Nagao, Awa (2 heads) 40 000 koku 1868 - 1871 長尾藩


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28. 本多因幡守 Honda Inaba no Kami



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HONDA TOSHINAGA 1635 - 1693
本多利長 (ほんだ としなが)
Echizen no Kami 越前守
Inaba no Kami 因幡守
Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Fudai

The Honda were descended from Fujiwara no Kanemichi. The family settled in Mikawa and served the Matsudaira clan as retainers; later, when the main Matsudaira family became the Tokugawa clan, the Honda had a rise in prestige. The clan included thirteen branches who had Daimyô status, and forty-five who had Hatamoto status. Arguably the most famous member of the Honda family was Honda Tadakatsu. Two of the major branches of the clan were those which claimed descent from Tadakatsu, or his close relative Honda Masanobu. Two further branches were represented by Honda Shigetsugu and Honda Yasushige
Toshinaga, the son of Honda Tadatoshi and a daughter of Inoue Masanari, was from a different branch of the family than Honda Tadamasa. He received the Okazaki han, aged only 10, on his father’s death but reduced by 10 000 koku; as his brothers Sukehisa and Toshiro received a stipend. He was moved that same year to Yokosuka and held that till 1681.
The han was then confiscated when he was accused of misconduct and repressive governance. He would be pardoned the next year and given 10 000 koku of land in Dewa that became Murayama han. Having no sons to follow him he adopted Honda Sukeyoshi, the son of his brother Sukehisa.

Fiefs:
4th Honda and 4th Daimyô of Okazaki, Mikawa 50 000 koku 1645 – 1645 岡崎藩
1st and last Honda and 7th Daimyô of Yokosuka, Tôtômi 40 000 koku 1645 – 1681 横須賀藩
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Murayama, Dewa 10 000 koku 1682 – 1692 村山藩

Parentage:
6th son of Honda Tadatoshi 1600 – 1645 本多忠利(ほんだ ただとし) Yamashiro no Kami 山城守 Nagato no Kami 長門守 Ise no Kami 伊勢守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
3rd Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Okazaki, Mikawa 50 000 koku 1623 – 1645 岡崎藩

Grandson of Honda Yasunori 1579 – 1623 本多康紀(ほんだ やすのり)Bungo no Kami 豊後守 Ise no Kami 伊勢守 2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Okazaki, Mikawa 50 000 koku 1611 – 1623 岡崎藩

Great-grandson of Honda Yasushige 1554 – 1611 本多康重(ほんだ やすしげ) Bungo no Kami 豊後守 Ise no Kami 伊勢守
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Shirai, Kôzuke 20 000 koku 1590 – 1601 白井藩
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Okazaki, Mikawa 50 000 koku 1601 – 1611 岡崎藩


Siblings:
Honda Sukehisa 本多助久
Honda Toshirô 本多利朗
Honda Toshimasa 本多利政

Wives / Concubines:
Married Daughter of Matsudaira (Nagasawa-Ôkôchi) Masatsuna 1576 - 1648 松平(長沢・大河内)正綱 (まつだいら まさつな)

Children:
Sons –
Adopted heir –
Honda Sukeyoshi 1663 – 1725 本多助芳 (ほんだ すけよし) (son of Honda Sukehisa 本多助久) Wakasa no Kami 若狭守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd and last Honda and 2nd and last Daimyo of Murayama, Dewa 10 000 koku 1693 – 1699 村山藩
1st and last Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Itoigawa, Echigo 10 000 koku 1699 – 1717 魚川藩
1st Honda and 10th Daimyô of Iiyama, Shinano 20 – 35 0000 koku 1717 – 1725 飯山藩

Daughters –
?

Other Honda Daimyô c1600 – 1650:

Honda Tadakatsu 1548 – 1610 本多忠勝 (ほんだ ただかつ) (Son of Honda Tadataka – 1549 本多忠高 (ほんだ ただたか)) Nakatsukasa-daiyû 中務大輔
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Ôtaki, Kazusa 100 000 koku 1590 – 1601 大多喜藩
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Kuwana, Ise 100 000 koku 1601 – 1609 桑名藩

Honda Tadamasa 1575 – 1631 本多忠政 (ほんだ ただまさ) (1st son of Honda Tadakatsu 1548 – 1610 本多忠勝 (ほんだ ただかつ)) Mino no Kami 美濃守 Rôjû 侍従
2nd and last Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Kuwana, Ise 100 000 koku 1609 – 1616 桑名藩
1st Honda and 4th Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 150 000 koku 1617 – 1631 姫路藩

Honda Tadatomo 1582 – 1615 本多忠朝 (ほんだ ただとも) (Son of Honda Tadakatsu 1548 – 1610 本多忠勝 (ほんだ ただかつ)) Izumo no Kami 出雲守
2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Ôtaki, Kazusa 100 000 koku 1601 – 1615 大多喜藩

Honda Tadatoki 1596 – 1626 本多忠刻(ほんだ ただとき)(1st son of Honda Tadamasa 1575 – 1631 本多忠政 (ほんだ ただまさ)) Izumo no Kami 出雲守 Nakatsukasa daiyû 中務大輔
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Himejishinden, Harima 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1617 – 1626 姫路新田藩

Honda Masatomo 1599 – 1638 本多政朝 (ほんだ まさとも) (2nd son of Honda Tadamasa 1575 – 1631 本多忠政 (ほんだ ただまさ)) Kai no Kami 甲斐守 Rôjû 侍従
3rd and last Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Ôtaki, Kazusa 50 000 koku 1615 – 1617 大多喜藩
1st and last Honda and 1st Daimyô of Tatsuno, Harima 50 000 koku 1617 – 1627 龍野藩
2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Himejishinden, Harima 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1627 – 1631 姫路新田藩
2nd Honda and 5th Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 150 000 koku 1631 – 1638 姫路藩

Honda Tadayoshi 1602 – 1676 本多忠義 (ほんだ ただよし) (3rd son of Honda Tadamasa 1575 – 1631 本多忠政 (ほんだ ただまさ)) Noto no kami
4th and last Honda and 4th Daimyô of Himejishinden, Harima 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1638 – 1639 姫路新田藩
1st and last Honda and 9th Daimyô of Kakegawa, Tôtômi 70 000 koku 1639 – 1644 掛川藩
1st Honda and 6th Daimyô of Murakami, Echigo 100 000 koku 1644 – 1649 村上藩
1st Honda and 6th Daimyô of Shirakawa, Mutsu 120 000 koku 1649 – 1662 白河藩

Honda Masanobu 1538 – 1616 本多正信(ほんだ まさのぶ) (1st son of Honda Toshimasa 1530 – 1572 本多俊正)) Sado no Kami 佐渡守 Rôjû 侍従 1600 – 1615
1st and last Honda and 1st Daimyô of Tamanawa, Sagami 10 000 koku 1590 – 1616 玉縄藩

Honda Masazumi 1565 – 1637 本多正純(ほんだ まさずみ) (1st son of Honda Masanobu 1538 – 1616 本多正信(ほんだ まさのぶ)) Rôjû 侍従 1600 – 1622 Uhyôe-fu Suke 上野介
1st and last Honda and 1st and last Daimyô of Oyama, Shimotsuke 33 000 – 53 000 koku 1608 – 1619 小山藩
1st Honda and 4th Daimyô of Utsunomiya, Shimotsuke 155 000 koku 1619 – 1622 宇都宮藩

Honda Tadazumi 1586 – 1632 本多忠純(ほんだ ただずみ) (3rd son of Honda Masanobu 1538 – 1616 本多正信(ほんだ まさのぶ)) Ôsumi no Kami 大隅守
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Enomoto, Shimotsuke 10 – 28 000 koku 1605 – 1631 榎本藩

Honda Masashige 1545 – 1617 本多正重(ほんだ まさしげ) (4th Son of Honda Toshimasa 1530 – 1572 本多俊正)
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Funado, Shimôsa 10 000 koku 1616 – 1617 舟戸藩

Honda Masamoro 1613 - 1638 本多政遂(ほんだ まさもろ) (2nd son of Honda Masashige 1580 - 1647 本多政重 (ほんだ まさしげ Adopted heir of Honda Tadazumi 1586 – 1632 本多忠純(ほんだ ただずみ))
2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Enomoto, Shimotsuke 10 – 28 000 koku 1632 – 1638 榎本藩

Honda Inuchiyo 1636 - 1640 本多犬千代(ほんだ いぬちよ) (1st son of Honda Masamoro 1613 – 1638 本多政遂(ほんだ まさもろ)) Ôsumi no Kami 大隅守
3rd and last Honda and 3rd and last Daimyô of Enomoto, Shimotsuke 10 – 28 000 koku 1638 – 1640 榎本藩

Honda Norisada 1580 – 1623 本多紀貞(ほんだ のりさだ) (3rd son of Honda Yasushige 1554 – 1611 本多康重(ほんだ やすしげ))
2nd and last Honda and 5th and last Daimyô of Shirai, Kôzuke 10 000 koku 1618 – 1623 白井藩

Honda Narishige 1572 – 1647 本多成重(ほんだ なりしげ) (1st son of Honda Shigetsugu 1529 – 1596 本多重次(ほんだ しげつぐ)) Hida no Kami 飛騨守
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Maruoka 40 000 – 63 000 [1623] koku 1613 – 1646 丸岡藩

Honda Shigeyoshi 1590 – 1652 本多重能(ほんだ しげよし) (1st son of Honda Narishige 1572 – 1647 本多成重(ほんだ なりしげ))
2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Maruoka, Echizen 43 000 koku 1646 – 1651 丸岡藩

Honda Tadatoshi 1600 – 1645 本多忠利(ほんだ ただとし) (1st son of Honda Yasunori 1579 – 1623 本多康紀(ほんだ やすのり))
3rd Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Okazaki, Mikawa 50 000 koku 1623 – 1645 岡崎藩

Honda Yasutoshi 1569 – 1621 本多康俊(ほんだ やすとし) (2nd son of Sakai Tadatsugu 1527 – 1596 酒井忠次(さかい ただつぐ) Adopted heir of Honda Tadatsugu 1547 – 1613 本多忠次(ほんだ ただつぐ))
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Nishio, Mikawa 20 000 koku 1601 – 1617 西尾藩
1st Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Zeze, Ômi 30 000 koku 1617 – 1621 膳所藩

Honda Toshitsugu 1595 – 1668 本多俊次(ほんだ としつぐ) (1st son of Honda Yasutoshi 1569 – 1621 本多康俊(ほんだ やすとし) ) Shimôsa no Kam 下総守
2nd Honda and 4th Daimyô of Zeze, Ômi 30 000 koku 1621 – 1621 膳所藩
2nd and last Honda and 3rd and last Daimyô of Nishio, Mikawa 35 000 koku 1621 – 1636 西尾藩
1st and last Honda and 5th Daimyô of Kameyama, Ise 50 000 koku 1636 – 1651 伊勢亀山藩

Honda Tadasuke 1599 – 1682 本多忠相(ほんだ ただすけ) (2nd son of Honda Yasutoshi 1569 – 1621 本多康俊(ほんだ やすとし) ) Mimasaka no Kami 美作守
1st Honda Hatamoto of Nishiata, Mikawa 1 – 8 – 9 000 koku 1616 – 1672 西端藩

Honda Masakatsu 1614 – 1671 本多政勝(ほんだ まさかつ) (2nd son of Honda Tadatomo 1582 – 1615 本多忠朝 (ほんだ ただとも) ) Naiki 内記 Dewa no Kami 出羽守 Rôjû 侍従
3rd Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Himejishinden, Harima 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1631 – 1638 姫路新田藩
3rd Honda and 6th Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 150 000 koku 1638 – 1639 姫路藩
1st Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Kôriyama, Yamato 150 – 90 000 koku 1639 – 1671 郡山藩

Honda Toshimaa 1551 – 1610 本多俊政(ほんだ としまさ) (Son of Honda Toshihisa 本多利久) Inaba no Kami 因幡守
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Takatori, Yamato 30 000 koku 1600 – 1610 高取藩

Honda Masatake 1598 – 1637 本多政武(ほんだ まさたけ) (Son of Honda Toshimasa 1551 – 1610 本多俊政(ほんだ としまさ)) Inaba no Kami 因幡守
2nd and last Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Takatori, Yamato 30 000 koku 1610 – 1637 高取藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Shirai, Kôzuke (2 heads) 20 000 and 10 000 koku 1590 – 1601 and 1618 - 1623 白井藩
Tamanawa, Sagami (1 head) 10 000 koku 1590 - 1616 玉縄藩
Ôtaki, Kazusa (3 heads) 100 – 50 000 koku 1590 - 1617 大多喜藩
Takatori, Yamato (2 heads) 30 000 koku 1600 - 1637 高取藩
Kuwana, Ise (2 heads) 100 000 koku 1601 - 1616 桑名藩
Nishio, Mikawa (2 heads) 20 000 and 35 000 koku 1601 – 1617 and 1621 - 1636 西尾藩
Okazaki, Mikawa (10 heads) 50 000 koku 1601 - 1871 岡崎藩
Enomoto, Shimotsuke (3 heads) 10 – 28 000 koku 1605 - 1640 榎本藩
Oyama, Shimotsuke (1 head) 33 – 53 000 koku 1608 - 1619 小山藩
Maruoka, Echizen (4 heads) 43 000 koku 1613 - 1695 丸岡藩
Funado, Shimôsa (2 heads) 10 000 and 10 – 15 000 koku 1616 – 1617 and 1688 - 1703 舟戸藩
Nishiata, Mikawa (11 heads [9 Hatamoto 2 Daimyô]) 1 – 8 - 9 – 15 000 koku 1616 - 1871 西端藩
Tatsuno, Harima (1 head) 50 000 koku 1617 - 1627 龍野藩
Himejishinden, Harima (4 heads) 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1617 - 1639 姫路新田藩
Himeji, Harima (5 heads) 150 000 koku 1617 - 1704 姫路藩
Zeze, Ômi (15 heads) 30 – 60 000 koku 1617 - 1871 膳所藩
Utsunomiya, Shimotsuke (2 heads) 155 000 and 110 000 koku 1619 – 1622 and 1681 - 1685 宇都宮藩
Kameyama, Ise (1 head) 50 000 koku 1636 - 1651 伊勢亀山藩
Kakegawa, Tôtômi (1 head) 70 000 koku 1639 - 1644 掛川藩
Kôriyama, Yamato (9 heads) 150 – 60 – 90 – 120 000 koku 1639 - 1723 郡山藩
Murakami, Echigo (3 heads) 100 000 and 150 – 50 000 koku 1644 – 1649 and 1704 - 1710 村上藩
Yokosuka, Tôtômi (1 head) 40 000 koku 1645 - 1681 横須賀藩
Shirakawa, Mutsu (2 heads) 120 000 koku 1649 - 1681 白河藩
Kôriyamashinden, Yamato (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1653 - 1679 郡山新田藩
Asakawa, Mutsu (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1662 - 1681 浅川藩
Ishikawa, Mutsu (1 head) 10 000 koku 1662 - 1681 石川藩
Fukushima, Mutsu (1 head) 150 000 koku 1679 - 1682 福島藩
Akashi, Harima (1 head) 60 000 koku 1679 - 1682 明石藩
Nishidai, Kawachi (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1679 – 1704 and 1711 - 1732 西代藩
Yamazaki, Harima (9 heads) 10 000 koku 1679 - 1871 山崎藩
Ibo, Mikawa (1 head) 10 – 15 000 koku 1681 - 1710 伊保藩
Koromo, Mikawa (3 heads) 10 000 koku 1681 - 1749 挙母藩
Ôkubo, Mutsu (1 head) 10 000 koku 1682 - 1693 大久保藩
Murayama, Dewa (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1682 - 1699 村山藩
Asuke, Mikawa (1 head) 10 000 koku 1683 - 1689 足助藩
Itoigawa, Echigo (1 head) 10 000 koku 1699 - 1717 魚川藩
Numata, Kôzuke (3 heads) 20 – 40 000 koku 1703 - 1730 沼田藩
Kariya, Mikawa (1 head) 50 000 koku 1710 - 1712 刈谷藩
Sagara, Tôtômi (4 heads) 150 000 and 10 000 koku 1710 – 1746 and 1749 - 1758 相良藩
Koga, Shimôsa (2 heads) 50 000 koku 1712 - 1759 古河藩
Iiyama, Shinano (10 heads) 20 – 35 000 koku 1717 - 1871 飯山藩
Tanaka, Suruga (7 heads) 40 000 koku 1730 - 1868 田中藩
Kanbe, Ise (7 heads) 10 – 15 000 koku 1732 - 1871 神戸藩
Izumi, Mutsu (7 heads) 150 – 200 000 koku 1746 - 1871 泉藩
Hamada, Iwami (3 heads) 50 – 61 000 koku 1759 - 1769 浜田藩
Nagao, Awa (2 heads) 40 000 koku 1868 - 1871 長尾藩


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29. 本田下総守 Honda Shimôsa no Kami



Banners Left – right. Lord's helmet – Uma-jirushi – Lord's sashimono – Tsukaiban – Sashimono – Nobori

The picture uses an alternative reading for Honda 本田 instead of 本多

HONDA TOSHITSUGU 1595 – 1668
本多俊次 (ほんだ としつぐ)
Shimôsa no Kami(下総守)
Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Fudai

The Honda were descended from Fujiwara no Kanemichi. The family settled in Mikawa and served the Matsudaira clan as retainers; later, when the main Matsudaira family became the Tokugawa clan, the Honda had a rise in prestige. The clan included thirteen branches who had Daimyô status, and forty-five who had Hatamoto status. Arguably the most famous member of the Honda family was Honda Tadakatsu. Two of the major branches of the clan were those which claimed descent from Tadakatsu, or his close relative Honda Masanobu. Two further branches were represented by Honda Shigetsugu and Honda Yasushige
His father, Yasutoshi, was the son of the Tokugawa stalwart Sakai Tadatsugu who was adopted into the Honda by Honda Tadatsugu, who had fought bin many of Ieyasu’s battles. Toshitsugu followed his father as Daimyô of Zeze but was almost immediately moved to Nishio then Kameyama, each time receiving an increase in stipend; in 1651 he finally moved back to Zeze with twice the income he had when he left it 30 years previously. This line would then hold Zeze till 1871.

Fiefs:
2nd Honda and 4th Daimyô of Zeze, Ômi 30 000 koku 1621 – 1621 膳所藩
2nd and last Honda and 3rd and last Daimyô of Nishio, Mikawa 35 000 koku 1621 – 1636 西尾藩
1st and last Honda and 5th Daimyô of Kameyama, Ise 50 000 koku 1636 – 1651 伊勢亀山藩
3rd Honda and 8th Daimyô of Zeze, Ômi 60 000 koku 1651 – 1664 膳所藩

Parentage:
1st son of Honda Yasutoshi 1569 – 1621 本多康俊(ほんだ やすとし) (2nd son of Sakai Tadatsugu 1527 – 1596 酒井忠次(さかい ただつぐ) Adopted heir of Honda Tadatsugu 1547 – 1613 本多忠次(ほんだ ただつぐ)) 縫殿助
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Nishio, Mikawa 20 000 koku 1601 – 1617 西尾藩
1st Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Zeze, Ômi 30 000 koku 1617 – 1621 膳所藩

Siblings:
Honda Tadasuke 1599 - 1682 本多忠相(ほんだ ただすけ) Mimasaka no Kami 美作守
Honda Toshimasa 本多俊昌
Honda Toshiyuki 本多俊之
Honda Kagetsugu 本多景次
Sister married Maeda Toshitaka 1594 - 1637 前田利孝(まえだ としたか)

Wives / Concubines:
Daughter of Tachibana Muneshige 1567 - 1643 立花宗茂(たちばな むねしげ)
Daughter of Otabe Munefusa 小田部統房

Children:
Sons –
1st Honda Yasunaga 1617 – 1658 本多康長(ほんだ やすなが) ?? 縫殿頭 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下

2nd Honda Yasumasa 1 1622 – 1691 本多康将(ほんだ やすまさ) Hyôbu Shôsuke 兵部少輔 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
4th Honda and 6th Daimyô of Zeze, Ômi 60 000 koku 1664 – 1679 膳所藩

3rd Honda Tadaaki 本多忠顕

4th Honda Tadataka 本多忠隆

5th Honda Toshimasa 本多俊正

6th Nawa Munetomo 名和宗朝

7th Suzuki Yoritoki 鈴木仍時

Daughters:
Married Makino Mitsunari 1614 – 1637 牧野光成(まきの みつなり)
Married Haruki Takamitsu 春木孝光
Married Hosokawa Okinaga 1658 - 1737 細川興栄(ほそかわ おきなが)

Other Honda Daimyô c1600 – 1650:

Honda Tadakatsu 1548 – 1610 本多忠勝 (ほんだ ただかつ) (Son of Honda Tadataka – 1549 本多忠高 (ほんだ ただたか)) Nakatsukasa-daiyû 中務大輔
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Ôtaki, Kazusa 100 000 koku 1590 – 1601 大多喜藩
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Kuwana, Ise 100 000 koku 1601 – 1609 桑名藩

Honda Tadamasa 1575 – 1631 本多忠政 (ほんだ ただまさ) (1st son of Honda Tadakatsu 1548 – 1610 本多忠勝 (ほんだ ただかつ)) Mino no Kami 美濃守 Rôjû 侍従
2nd and last Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Kuwana, Ise 100 000 koku 1609 – 1616 桑名藩
1st Honda and 4th Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 150 000 koku 1617 – 1631 姫路藩

Honda Tadatomo 1582 – 1615 本多忠朝 (ほんだ ただとも) (Son of Honda Tadakatsu 1548 – 1610 本多忠勝 (ほんだ ただかつ)) Izumo no Kami 出雲守
2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Ôtaki, Kazusa 100 000 koku 1601 – 1615 大多喜藩

Honda Tadatoki 1596 – 1626 本多忠刻(ほんだ ただとき)(1st son of Honda Tadamasa 1575 – 1631 本多忠政 (ほんだ ただまさ)) Izumo no Kami 出雲守 Nakatsukasa daiyû 中務大輔
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Himejishinden, Harima 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1617 – 1626 姫路新田藩

Honda Masatomo 1599 – 1638 本多政朝 (ほんだ まさとも) (2nd son of Honda Tadamasa 1575 – 1631 本多忠政 (ほんだ ただまさ)) Kai no Kami 甲斐守 Rôjû 侍従
3rd and last Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Ôtaki, Kazusa 50 000 koku 1615 – 1617 大多喜藩
1st and last Honda and 1st Daimyô of Tatsuno, Harima 50 000 koku 1617 – 1627 龍野藩
2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Himejishinden, Harima 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1627 – 1631 姫路新田藩
2nd Honda and 5th Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 150 000 koku 1631 – 1638 姫路藩

Honda Tadayoshi 1602 – 1676 本多忠義 (ほんだ ただよし) (3rd son of Honda Tadamasa 1575 – 1631 本多忠政 (ほんだ ただまさ)) Noto no kami
4th and last Honda and 4th Daimyô of Himejishinden, Harima 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1638 – 1639 姫路新田藩
1st and last Honda and 9th Daimyô of Kakegawa, Tôtômi 70 000 koku 1639 – 1644 掛川藩
1st Honda and 6th Daimyô of Murakami, Echigo 100 000 koku 1644 – 1649 村上藩
1st Honda and 6th Daimyô of Shirakawa, Mutsu 120 000 koku 1649 – 1662 白河藩

Honda Masanobu 1538 – 1616 本多正信(ほんだ まさのぶ) (1st son of Honda Toshimasa 1530 – 1572 本多俊正) Sado no Kami 佐渡守 Rôjû 侍従 1600 – 1615
1st and last Honda and 1st Daimyô of Tamanawa, Sagami 10 000 koku 1590 – 1616 玉縄藩

Honda Masazumi 1565 – 1637 本多正純(ほんだ まさずみ) (1st son of Honda Masanobu 1538 – 1616 本多正信(ほんだ まさのぶ)) Rôjû 侍従 1600 – 1622 Uhyôe-fu Suke 上野介
1st and last Honda and 1st and last Daimyô of Oyama, Shimotsuke 33 000 – 53 000 koku 1608 – 1619 小山藩
1st Honda and 4th Daimyô of Utsunomiya, Shimotsuke 155 000 koku 1619 – 1622 宇都宮藩

Honda Tadazumi 1586 – 1632 本多忠純(ほんだ ただずみ) (3rd son of Honda Masanobu 1538 – 1616 本多正信(ほんだ まさのぶ)) Ôsumi no Kami 大隅守
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Enomoto, Shimotsuke 10 – 28 000 koku 1605 – 1631 榎本藩

Honda Masashige 1545 – 1617 本多正重(ほんだ まさしげ) (4th Son of Honda Toshimasa 1530 – 1572 本多俊正)
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Funado, Shimôsa 10 000 koku 1616 – 1617 舟戸藩

Honda Masamoro 1613 - 1638 本多政遂(ほんだ まさもろ) (2nd son of Honda Masashige 1580 - 1647 本多政重 (ほんだ まさしげ Adopted heir of Honda Tadazumi 1586 – 1632 本多忠純(ほんだ ただずみ))
2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Enomoto, Shimotsuke 10 – 28 000 koku 1632 – 1638 榎本藩

Honda Inuchiyo 1636 - 1640 本多犬千代(ほんだ いぬちよ) (1st son of Honda Masamoro 1613 – 1638 本多政遂(ほんだ まさもろ)) Ôsumi no Kami 大隅守
3rd and last Honda and 3rd and last Daimyô of Enomoto, Shimotsuke 10 – 28 000 koku 1638 – 1640 榎本藩

Honda Yasushige 1554- 1611 本多康重(ほんだ やすしげ) (1st son of Honda Hirotaka 1528 – 1598 本多広孝(ほんだ ひろたか)) Bungo no Kami 豊後守 Ise no Kami 伊勢守
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Shirai, Kôzuke 20 000 koku 1590 – 1601 白井藩
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Okazaki, Mikawa 50 000 koku 1601 – 1611 岡崎藩

Honda Yasunori 1579 – 1623 本多康紀(ほんだ やすのり) (1st son of Honda Yasushige 1554 – 1611 本多康重(ほんだ やすしげ)) Bungo no Kami 豊後守 Ise no Kami 伊勢守
2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Okazaki, Mikawa 50 000 koku 1611 – 1623 岡崎藩

Honda Norisada 1580 – 1623 本多紀貞(ほんだ のりさだ) (3rd son of Honda Yasushige 1554 – 1611 本多康重(ほんだ やすしげ))
2nd and last Honda and 5th and last Daimyô of Shirai, Kôzuke 10 000 koku 1618 – 1623 白井藩

Honda Narishige 1572 – 1647 本多成重(ほんだ なりしげ) (1st son of Honda Shigetsugu 1529 – 1596 本多重次(ほんだ しげつぐ)) Hida no Kami 飛騨守
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Maruoka 40 000 – 63 000 [1623] koku 1613 – 1646 丸岡藩

Honda Shigeyoshi 1590 – 1652 本多重能(ほんだ しげよし) (1st son of Honda Narishige 1572 – 1647 本多成重(ほんだ なりしげ))
2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Maruoka, Echizen 43 000 koku 1646 – 1651 丸岡藩

Honda Tadatoshi 1600 – 1645 本多忠利(ほんだ ただとし) (1st son of Honda Yasunori 1579 – 1623 本多康紀(ほんだ やすのり)) Ise no Kami 伊勢守
3rd Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Okazaki, Mikawa 50 000 koku 1623 – 1645 岡崎藩

Honda Toshinaga 1635 – 1693 本多利長(ほんだ としなが) (6th son of Honda Tadatoshi 1600 – 1645 本多忠利(ほんだ ただとし) ) Echizen no Kami 越前守 Inaba no Kami 因幡守
4th Honda and 4th Daimyô of Okazaki, Mikawa 50 000 koku 1645 – 1645 岡崎藩
1st and last Honda and 7th Daimyô of Yokosuka, Tôtômi 40 000 koku 1645 – 1681 横須賀藩
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Murayama, Dewa 10 000 koku 1682 – 1692 村山藩

Honda Tadasuke 1599 – 1682 本多忠相(ほんだ ただすけ) (2nd son of Honda Yasutoshi 1569 – 1621 本多康俊(ほんだ やすとし) ) Mimasaka no Kami 美作守
1st Honda Hatamoto of Nishiata, Mikawa 1 – 8 – 9 000 koku 1616 – 1672 西端藩

Honda Masakatsu 1614 – 1671 本多政勝(ほんだ まさかつ) (2nd son of Honda Tadatomo 1582 – 1615 本多忠朝 (ほんだ ただとも) ) Naiki 内記 Dewa no Kami 出羽守 Rôjû 侍従
3rd Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Himejishinden, Harima 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1631 – 1638 姫路新田藩
3rd Honda and 6th Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 150 000 koku 1638 – 1639 姫路藩
1st Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Kôriyama, Yamato 150 – 90 000 koku 1639 – 1671 郡山藩

Honda Toshimaa 1551 – 1610 本多俊政(ほんだ としまさ) (Son of Honda Toshihisa 本多利久) Inaba no Kami 因幡守
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Takatori, Yamato 30 000 koku 1600 – 1610 高取藩

Honda Masatake 1598 – 1637 本多政武(ほんだ まさたけ) (Son of Honda Toshimasa 1551 – 1610 本多俊政(ほんだ としまさ)) Inaba no Kami 因幡守
2nd and last Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Takatori, Yamato 30 000 koku 1610 – 1637 高取藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Shirai, Kôzuke (2 heads) 20 000 and 10 000 koku 1590 – 1601 and 1618 - 1623 白井藩
Tamanawa, Sagami (1 head) 10 000 koku 1590 - 1616 玉縄藩
Ôtaki, Kazusa (3 heads) 100 – 50 000 koku 1590 - 1617 大多喜藩
Takatori, Yamato (2 heads) 30 000 koku 1600 - 1637 高取藩
Kuwana, Ise (2 heads) 100 000 koku 1601 - 1616 桑名藩
Nishio, Mikawa (2 heads) 20 000 and 35 000 koku 1601 – 1617 and 1621 - 1636 西尾藩
Okazaki, Mikawa (10 heads) 50 000 koku 1601 - 1871 岡崎藩
Enomoto, Shimotsuke (3 heads) 10 – 28 000 koku 1605 - 1640 榎本藩
Oyama, Shimotsuke (1 head) 33 – 53 000 koku 1608 - 1619 小山藩
Maruoka, Echizen (4 heads) 43 000 koku 1613 - 1695 丸岡藩
Funado, Shimôsa (2 heads) 10 000 and 10 – 15 000 koku 1616 – 1617 and 1688 - 1703 舟戸藩
Nishiata, Mikawa (11 heads [9 Hatamoto 2 Daimyô]) 1 – 8 - 9 – 15 000 koku 1616 - 1871 西端藩
Tatsuno, Harima (1 head) 50 000 koku 1617 - 1627 龍野藩
Himejishinden, Harima (4 heads) 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1617 - 1639 姫路新田藩
Himeji, Harima (5 heads) 150 000 koku 1617 - 1704 姫路藩
Zeze, Ômi (15 heads) 30 – 60 000 koku 1617 - 1871 膳所藩
Utsunomiya, Shimotsuke (2 heads) 155 000 and 110 000 koku 1619 – 1622 and 1681 - 1685 宇都宮藩
Kameyama, Ise (1 head) 50 000 koku 1636 - 1651 伊勢亀山藩
Kakegawa, Tôtômi (1 head) 70 000 koku 1639 - 1644 掛川藩
Kôriyama, Yamato (9 heads) 150 – 60 – 90 – 120 000 koku 1639 - 1723 郡山藩
Murakami, Echigo (3 heads) 100 000 and 150 – 50 000 koku 1644 – 1649 and 1704 - 1710 村上藩
Yokosuka, Tôtômi (1 head) 40 000 koku 1645 - 1681 横須賀藩
Shirakawa, Mutsu (2 heads) 120 000 koku 1649 - 1681 白河藩
Kôriyamashinden, Yamato (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1653 - 1679 郡山新田藩
Asakawa, Mutsu (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1662 - 1681 浅川藩
Ishikawa, Mutsu (1 head) 10 000 koku 1662 - 1681 石川藩
Fukushima, Mutsu (1 head) 150 000 koku 1679 - 1682 福島藩
Akashi, Harima (1 head) 60 000 koku 1679 - 1682 明石藩
Nishidai, Kawachi (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1679 – 1704 and 1711 - 1732 西代藩
Yamazaki, Harima (9 heads) 10 000 koku 1679 - 1871 山崎藩
Ibo, Mikawa (1 head) 10 – 15 000 koku 1681 - 1710 伊保藩
Koromo, Mikawa (3 heads) 10 000 koku 1681 - 1749 挙母藩
Ôkubo, Mutsu (1 head) 10 000 koku 1682 - 1693 大久保藩
Murayama, Dewa (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1682 - 1699 村山藩
Asuke, Mikawa (1 head) 10 000 koku 1683 - 1689 足助藩
Itoigawa, Echigo (1 head) 10 000 koku 1699 - 1717 魚川藩
Numata, Kôzuke (3 heads) 20 – 40 000 koku 1703 - 1730 沼田藩
Kariya, Mikawa (1 head) 50 000 koku 1710 - 1712 刈谷藩
Sagara, Tôtômi (4 heads) 150 000 and 10 000 koku 1710 – 1746 and 1749 - 1758 相良藩
Koga, Shimôsa (2 heads) 50 000 koku 1712 - 1759 古河藩
Iiyama, Shinano (10 heads) 20 – 35 000 koku 1717 - 1871 飯山藩
Tanaka, Suruga (7 heads) 40 000 koku 1730 - 1868 田中藩
Kanbe, Ise (7 heads) 10 – 15 000 koku 1732 - 1871 神戸藩
Izumi, Mutsu (7 heads) 150 – 200 000 koku 1746 - 1871 泉藩
Hamada, Iwami (3 heads) 50 – 61 000 koku 1759 - 1769 浜田藩
Nagao, Awa (2 heads) 40 000 koku 1868 - 1871 長尾藩


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30. 本多伊勢守 Honda Ise no Kami



Banners Left – right. Ko uma-jirushi – Ashigaru sashimono – O uma-jirushi – Samurai sashimono – Lord's sashimono – Tsukaiban – Nobori

The only Honda that appear to have held the title Ise no Kami are the line of Honda Yasushige 1554 – 1611, his son Yasunori 1579 – 1623 and his grandson Tadatoshi 1600 – 1645. This was the line of The Okazaki han Daimyôs and this line is not illustrated elsewhere until we get to Honda Toshinaga 1635 - 1693 (the son of Honda Tadatoshi).
The Sourcebook descriptions match those shown and are attributed to Yasutoshi, also the same banners are shown in Evalerio’s thread as Yasutoshi, but I am not aware if he has any other source data linking them to Yasutoshi.
So for the moment I have left them as they were – Yasutoshi .

HONDA YASUTOSHI 1569 – 1621
本多康俊(ほんだ やすとし)
?? 縫殿助
Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Fudai

The Honda were descended from Fujiwara no Kanemichi. The family settled in Mikawa and served the Matsudaira clan as retainers; later, when the main Matsudaira family became the Tokugawa clan, the Honda had a rise in prestige. The clan included thirteen branches who had Daimyô status, and forty-five who had Hatamoto status. Arguably the most famous member of the Honda family was Honda Tadakatsu. Two of the major branches of the clan were those which claimed descent from Tadakatsu, or his close relative Honda Masanobu. Two further branches were represented by Honda Shigetsugu and Honda Yasushige
Yasutoshi was the 2nd son of the famous Tokugawa general Sakai Tadatsugu and a cousin to Tokugawa Ieyasu. He was adopted into the Honda by Honda Tadatsugu; who had fought in many of Ieyasu’s battles – Yoshida Castle (1564), Anegawa (1570), Nagashino (1575) and Takatenjin (1581). Yasutoshi’s line would end up in Zeze, Ômi, a domain they then held till 1871. Yasutoshi took part in both the Sekigahara and Osaka campaigns.

Fiefs:
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Nishio, Mikawa 20 000 koku 1601 – 1617 西尾藩
1st Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Zeze, Ômi 30 000 koku 1617 – 1621 膳所藩

Parentage:
2nd son of Sakai Tadatsugu 1527 – 1596 酒井忠次 (さかい ただつぐ) Saemon no Kami 左衛門督 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower 従四位下

Adopted heir of Honda Tadatsugu 1547 – 1613 本多忠次(ほんだ ただつぐ) Kii no Kami 紀伊守

Siblings:
Sakai Ietsugu 1564 – 1618 酒井家次(さかい いえつぐ) Miyauchi daisuke 宮内大輔 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower 従四位下
1st and last Sakai and 1st and last Daimyô of Usui, Shimôsa 30 – 50 000 koku 1590 – 1604 臼井藩
1st and last Sakai and 2nd Daimyô of Takasaki, Kôzuke 50 000 koku 1604 – 1616 高崎藩
1st Sakai and 4th Daimyô of Takada, Echigo 100 000 koku 1616 – 1618 高田藩

Ogasawara Nobuyuki 1570 – 1614 小笠原信之(おがさわら のぶゆき) (adopted by Ogasawara Nobumine 1547 – 1598 小笠原信嶺(おがさわら のぶみね)) Saemon no sho 左衛門佐 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd and last Ogasawara and 1st Daimyô of Honjô, Musashi 10 000 koku 1598 – 1612 本庄藩
2nd Ogasawara and 3rd Daimyô of Koga, Shimôsa 20 000 koku 1612 – 1614 古河藩

Matsudaira Hisatsune 松平久恒
Sakai Tadatomo 酒井忠知
Sister married Matsudaira Koremasa 1560 - 1601 松平伊昌(まつだいら これまさ)
Sister married Makino Yasunari 1555 - 1610 牧野康成(まきの やすなり)
Sister married Yamaoka Kagesuke 1531 - 1589 山岡景佐(やまおか かげすけ)
Sister married Hongô Yoriyasu 本郷頼泰
Sister married Soga Naosuke 曽我尚佑

Wives / Concubines:
?

Children:
Sons –
1st Honda Toshitsugu 1595 – 1668 本多俊次 (ほんだ としつぐ) Shimôsa no Kami(下総守)
2nd Honda and 4th Daimyô of Zeze, Ômi 30 000 koku 1621 – 1621 膳所藩
2nd and last Honda and 3rd and last Daimyô of Nishio, Mikawa 35 000 koku 1621 – 1636 西尾藩
1st and last Honda and 5th Daimyô of Kameyama, Ise 50 000 koku 1636 – 1651 伊勢亀山藩
3rd Honda and 8th Daimyô of Zeze, Ômi 60 000 koku 1651 – 1664 膳所藩

2nd Honda Tadasuke 1599 – 1682 本多忠相(ほんだ ただすけ) Mimasaka no Kami 美作守
1st Honda Hatamoto of Nishiata, Mikawa 1 – 8 – 9 000 koku 1616 – 1672 西端藩

Honda Toshimasa 本多俊昌
Honda Toshiyuki 本多俊之
Honda Kagetsugu 本多景次

Daughters –
Married Maeda Toshitaka 1594 - 1637 前田利孝(まえだ としたか)

Other Honda Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Honda Tadakatsu 1548 – 1610 本多忠勝 (ほんだ ただかつ) (Son of Honda Tadataka – 1549 本多忠高 (ほんだ ただたか)) Nakatsukasa-daiyû 中務大輔
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Ôtaki, Kazusa 100 000 koku 1590 – 1601 大多喜藩
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Kuwana, Ise 100 000 koku 1601 – 1609 桑名藩

Honda Tadamasa 1575 – 1631 本多忠政 (ほんだ ただまさ) (1st son of Honda Tadakatsu 1548 – 1610 本多忠勝 (ほんだ ただかつ)) Mino no Kami 美濃守 Rôjû 侍従
2nd and last Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Kuwana, Ise 100 000 koku 1609 – 1616 桑名藩
1st Honda and 4th Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 150 000 koku 1617 – 1631 姫路藩

Honda Tadatomo 1582 – 1615 本多忠朝 (ほんだ ただとも) (Son of Honda Tadakatsu 1548 – 1610 本多忠勝 (ほんだ ただかつ)) Izumo no Kami 出雲守
2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Ôtaki, Kazusa 100 000 koku 1601 – 1615 大多喜藩

Honda Tadatoki 1596 – 1626 本多忠刻(ほんだ ただとき)(1st son of Honda Tadamasa 1575 – 1631 本多忠政 (ほんだ ただまさ)) Izumo no Kami 出雲守 Nakatsukasa daiyû 中務大輔
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Himejishinden, Harima 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1617 – 1626 姫路新田藩

Honda Masatomo 1599 – 1638 本多政朝 (ほんだ まさとも) (2nd son of Honda Tadamasa 1575 – 1631 本多忠政 (ほんだ ただまさ)) Kai no Kami 甲斐守 Rôjû 侍従
3rd and last Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Ôtaki, Kazusa 50 000 koku 1615 – 1617 大多喜藩
1st and last Honda and 1st Daimyô of Tatsuno, Harima 50 000 koku 1617 – 1627 龍野藩
2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Himejishinden, Harima 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1627 – 1631 姫路新田藩
2nd Honda and 5th Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 150 000 koku 1631 – 1638 姫路藩

Honda Tadayoshi 1602 – 1676 本多忠義 (ほんだ ただよし) (3rd son of Honda Tadamasa 1575 – 1631 本多忠政 (ほんだ ただまさ)) Noto no kami
4th and last Honda and 4th Daimyô of Himejishinden, Harima 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1638 – 1639 姫路新田藩
1st and last Honda and 9th Daimyô of Kakegawa, Tôtômi 70 000 koku 1639 – 1644 掛川藩
1st Honda and 6th Daimyô of Murakami, Echigo 100 000 koku 1644 – 1649 村上藩
1st Honda and 6th Daimyô of Shirakawa, Mutsu 120 000 koku 1649 – 1662 白河藩

Honda Masanobu 1538 – 1616 本多正信(ほんだ まさのぶ) (1st son of Honda Toshimasa 1530 – 1572 本多俊正) Sado no Kami 佐渡守 Rôjû 侍従 1600 – 1615
1st and last Honda and 1st Daimyô of Tamanawa, Sagami 10 000 koku 1590 – 1616 玉縄藩

Honda Masazumi 1565 – 1637 本多正純(ほんだ まさずみ) (1st son of Honda Masanobu 1538 – 1616 本多正信(ほんだ まさのぶ)) Rôjû 侍従 1600 – 1622 Uhyôe-fu Suke 上野介
1st and last Honda and 1st and last Daimyô of Oyama, Shimotsuke 33 000 – 53 000 koku 1608 – 1619 小山藩
1st Honda and 4th Daimyô of Utsunomiya, Shimotsuke 155 000 koku 1619 – 1622 宇都宮藩

Honda Tadazumi 1586 – 1632 本多忠純(ほんだ ただずみ) (3rd son of Honda Masanobu 1538 – 1616 本多正信(ほんだ まさのぶ)) Ôsumi no Kami 大隅守
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Enomoto, Shimotsuke 10 – 28 000 koku 1605 – 1631 榎本藩

Honda Masashige 1545 – 1617 本多正重(ほんだ まさしげ) (4th Son of Honda Toshimasa 1530 – 1572 本多俊正)
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Funado, Shimôsa 10 000 koku 1616 – 1617 舟戸藩

Honda Masamoro 1613 - 1638 本多政遂(ほんだ まさもろ) (2nd son of Honda Masashige 1580 - 1647 本多政重 (ほんだ まさしげ Adopted heir of Honda Tadazumi 1586 – 1632 本多忠純(ほんだ ただずみ))
2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Enomoto, Shimotsuke 10 – 28 000 koku 1632 – 1638 榎本藩

Honda Inuchiyo 1636 - 1640 本多犬千代(ほんだ いぬちよ) (1st son of Honda Masamoro 1613 – 1638 本多政遂(ほんだ まさもろ)) Ôsumi no Kami 大隅守
3rd and last Honda and 3rd and last Daimyô of Enomoto, Shimotsuke 10 – 28 000 koku 1638 – 1640 榎本藩

Honda Yasushige 1554- 1611 本多康重(ほんだ やすしげ) (1st son of Honda Hirotaka 1528 – 1598 本多広孝(ほんだ ひろたか)) Bungo no Kami 豊後守
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Shirai, Kôzuke 20 000 koku 1590 – 1601 白井藩
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Okazaki, Mikawa 50 000 koku 1601 – 1611 岡崎藩

Honda Yasunori 1579 – 1623 本多康紀(ほんだ やすのり) (1st son of Honda Yasushige 1554 – 1611 本多康重(ほんだ やすしげ)) Bungo no Kami 豊後守
2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Okazaki, Mikawa 50 000 koku 1611 – 1623 岡崎藩

Honda Norisada 1580 – 1623 本多紀貞(ほんだ のりさだ) (3rd son of Honda Yasushige 1554 – 1611 本多康重(ほんだ やすしげ))
2nd and last Honda and 5th and last Daimyô of Shirai, Kôzuke 10 000 koku 1618 – 1623 白井藩

Honda Narishige 1572 – 1647 本多成重(ほんだ なりしげ) (1st son of Honda Shigetsugu 1529 – 1596 本多重次(ほんだ しげつぐ)) Hida no Kami 飛騨守
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Maruoka 40 000 – 63 000 [1623] koku 1613 – 1646 丸岡藩

Honda Shigeyoshi 1590 – 1652 本多重能(ほんだ しげよし) (1st son of Honda Narishige 1572 – 1647 本多成重(ほんだ なりしげ))
2nd Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Maruoka, Echizen 43 000 koku 1646 – 1651 丸岡藩

Honda Tadatoshi 1600 – 1645 本多忠利(ほんだ ただとし) (1st son of Honda Yasunori 1579 – 1623 本多康紀(ほんだ やすのり))
3rd Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Okazaki, Mikawa 50 000 koku 1623 – 1645 岡崎藩

Honda Toshinaga 1635 – 1693 本多利長(ほんだ としなが) (6th son of Honda Tadatoshi 1600 – 1645 本多忠利(ほんだ ただとし) ) Echizen no Kami 越前守 Inaba no Kami 因幡守
4th Honda and 4th Daimyô of Okazaki, Mikawa 50 000 koku 1645 – 1645 岡崎藩
1st and last Honda and 7th Daimyô of Yokosuka, Tôtômi 40 000 koku 1645 – 1681 横須賀藩
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Murayama, Dewa 10 000 koku 1682 – 1692 村山藩

Honda Masakatsu 1614 – 1671 本多政勝(ほんだ まさかつ) (2nd son of Honda Tadatomo 1582 – 1615 本多忠朝 (ほんだ ただとも) ) Naiki 内記 Dewa no Kami 出羽守 Rôjû 侍従
3rd Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Himejishinden, Harima 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1631 – 1638 姫路新田藩
3rd Honda and 6th Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 150 000 koku 1638 – 1639 姫路藩
1st Honda and 3rd Daimyô of Kôriyama, Yamato 150 – 90 000 koku 1639 – 1671 郡山藩

Honda Toshimaa 1551 – 1610 本多俊政(ほんだ としまさ) (Son of Honda Toshihisa 本多利久) Inaba no Kami 因幡守
1st Honda and 1st Daimyô of Takatori, Yamato 30 000 koku 1600 – 1610 高取藩

Honda Masatake 1598 – 1637 本多政武(ほんだ まさたけ) (Son of Honda Toshimasa 1551 – 1610 本多俊政(ほんだ としまさ)) Inaba no Kami 因幡守
2nd and last Honda and 2nd Daimyô of Takatori, Yamato 30 000 koku 1610 – 1637 高取藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Shirai, Kôzuke (2 heads) 20 000 and 10 000 koku 1590 – 1601 and 1618 - 1623 白井藩
Tamanawa, Sagami (1 head) 10 000 koku 1590 - 1616 玉縄藩
Ôtaki, Kazusa (3 heads) 100 – 50 000 koku 1590 - 1617 大多喜藩
Takatori, Yamato (2 heads) 30 000 koku 1600 - 1637 高取藩
Kuwana, Ise (2 heads) 100 000 koku 1601 - 1616 桑名藩
Nishio, Mikawa (2 heads) 20 000 and 35 000 koku 1601 – 1617 and 1621 - 1636 西尾藩
Okazaki, Mikawa (10 heads) 50 000 koku 1601 - 1871 岡崎藩
Enomoto, Shimotsuke (3 heads) 10 – 28 000 koku 1605 - 1640 榎本藩
Oyama, Shimotsuke (1 head) 33 – 53 000 koku 1608 - 1619 小山藩
Maruoka, Echizen (4 heads) 43 000 koku 1613 - 1695 丸岡藩
Funado, Shimôsa (2 heads) 10 000 and 10 – 15 000 koku 1616 – 1617 and 1688 - 1703 舟戸藩
Nishiata, Mikawa (11 heads [9 Hatamoto 2 Daimyô]) 1 – 8 - 9 – 15 000 koku 1616 - 1871 西端藩
Tatsuno, Harima (1 head) 50 000 koku 1617 - 1627 龍野藩
Himejishinden, Harima (4 heads) 100 – 50 – 40 – 45 000 koku 1617 - 1639 姫路新田藩
Himeji, Harima (5 heads) 150 000 koku 1617 - 1704 姫路藩
Zeze, Ômi (15 heads) 30 – 60 000 koku 1617 - 1871 膳所藩
Utsunomiya, Shimotsuke (2 heads) 155 000 and 110 000 koku 1619 – 1622 and 1681 - 1685 宇都宮藩
Kameyama, Ise (1 head) 50 000 koku 1636 - 1651 伊勢亀山藩
Kakegawa, Tôtômi (1 head) 70 000 koku 1639 - 1644 掛川藩
Kôriyama, Yamato (9 heads) 150 – 60 – 90 – 120 000 koku 1639 - 1723 郡山藩
Murakami, Echigo (3 heads) 100 000 and 150 – 50 000 koku 1644 – 1649 and 1704 - 1710 村上藩
Yokosuka, Tôtômi (1 head) 40 000 koku 1645 - 1681 横須賀藩
Shirakawa, Mutsu (2 heads) 120 000 koku 1649 - 1681 白河藩
Kôriyamashinden, Yamato (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1653 - 1679 郡山新田藩
Asakawa, Mutsu (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1662 - 1681 浅川藩
Ishikawa, Mutsu (1 head) 10 000 koku 1662 - 1681 石川藩
Fukushima, Mutsu (1 head) 150 000 koku 1679 - 1682 福島藩
Akashi, Harima (1 head) 60 000 koku 1679 - 1682 明石藩
Nishidai, Kawachi (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1679 – 1704 and 1711 - 1732 西代藩
Yamazaki, Harima (9 heads) 10 000 koku 1679 - 1871 山崎藩
Ibo, Mikawa (1 head) 10 – 15 000 koku 1681 - 1710 伊保藩
Koromo, Mikawa (3 heads) 10 000 koku 1681 - 1749 挙母藩
Ôkubo, Mutsu (1 head) 10 000 koku 1682 - 1693 大久保藩
Murayama, Dewa (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1682 - 1699 村山藩
Asuke, Mikawa (1 head) 10 000 koku 1683 - 1689 足助藩
Itoigawa, Echigo (1 head) 10 000 koku 1699 - 1717 魚川藩
Numata, Kôzuke (3 heads) 20 – 40 000 koku 1703 - 1730 沼田藩
Kariya, Mikawa (1 head) 50 000 koku 1710 - 1712 刈谷藩
Sagara, Tôtômi (4 heads) 150 000 and 10 000 koku 1710 – 1746 and 1749 - 1758 相良藩
Koga, Shimôsa (2 heads) 50 000 koku 1712 - 1759 古河藩
Iiyama, Shinano (10 heads) 20 – 35 000 koku 1717 - 1871 飯山藩
Tanaka, Suruga (7 heads) 40 000 koku 1730 - 1868 田中藩
Kanbe, Ise (7 heads) 10 – 15 000 koku 1732 - 1871 神戸藩
Izumi, Mutsu (7 heads) 150 – 200 000 koku 1746 - 1871 泉藩
Hamada, Iwami (3 heads) 50 – 61 000 koku 1759 - 1769 浜田藩
Nagao, Awa (2 heads) 40 000 koku 1868 - 1871 長尾藩


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31. 堀美作守 Hori Mimasaka no Kami



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HORI CHIKAYOSHI 1580 – 1637
堀親良(ほり ちかよし)
Mimasaka no Kami 美作守
Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
(HORI CHIKANAGA)
Tozama

His father, Hidemasa, served under both Oda Nobunaga and Toyotomi Hideyoshi. He was originally a retainer of the Ôtsu and Kinoshite until he became a page to Nobunaga. Serving Nobunaga in various functions, he transferred to Hideyoshi on gthe former’s death. For Hideyoshi he fought at Yamazaki (1582), the fight against the Shibata, Komaki and Nagakute (1584) leading to holding 180 000 koku in Echizen. Then served in Hideyoshi’s 1587 invasion of Kyushu and on the Odawara campaign in 1590, where he died of an illness. Chikayoshi held Zaoda in Echigo till 1602 when he was dispossessed. After being forgiven in 1611 he received Mooka in Shimotsuke, then Karasuyama in Shimotsuke which he held till his death. In a similar vein his nephew Tadatoshi was also dispossessed in 1610 but did not get a reprieve.
The other Hori line, from Hori Naoyori, is covered in the next section, No 32.

Fiefs:
1st Hori and 1st Daimyô of Zaoda, Echigo 40 000 koku 1598 - 1602 蔵王堂藩
1st and last Hori and 2nd and last Daimyô of Mooka, Shimotsuke 12 000 koku 1611 – 1627 真岡藩
1st Hori and 5th Daimyô of Karasuyama, Shimotsuke 20 000 koku 1627 – 1637 烏山藩

Parentage:
2nd son of Hori Hidemasa 1553 – 1590 堀秀政(ほり ひでまさ) Rôjû 侍従 Saemon no Kami 左衛門督 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下


Grandson of Hori Hideshige 1532 – 1606 堀秀重(ほり ひでしげ)Kamon no daifu 掃部大夫


Siblings:
Hori Hideharu 1575 – 1606 堀秀治(ほり ひではる)
1st Hori and Daimyô of Takada, Echigo 350 000 koku 1598 – 1606 高田藩

Murakami Tajima no Kami 村上但馬守
Kondô Masanari 1588 – 1618 近藤政成(こんどう まさなり)

Wives / Concubines:
Daughter of Asano Nagamasa 1547 - 1611 浅野長政(あさの ながまさ)

Children:
Sons –
1st Hori Chikamasa 1606 – 1673 堀親昌(ほり ちかまさ) Mimasaka no Kami 美作守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd and last Hori and 6th Daimyô of Karasuyama, Shimotsuke 20 000 koku 1637 – 1672 烏山藩
1st Hori and 4th Daimyô of Iida, Shinano 20 – 27 000 koku 1672 – 1673 飯田藩

2nd Hori Chikatoshi? 堀親智
3rd Hori Chika** 堀親泰

Daughters –
Married Hino Sukeyoshi 1618 – 1698 日野資栄(ひの すけよし)

Other Hori Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Hori Toshishige 1581 – 1638 堀利重(ほり とししげ) (3rd son of Hori Hideshige 1532 – 1606 堀秀重 (ひの ひでしげ) Ise no Kami 伊勢守
1st Hori and 1st Daimyô of Tamatori, Hitachi 10 – 14 – 12 000 koku 1622 – 1638 玉取藩

Hori Toshinaga 1601 – 1658 堀利長(ほり としなが) (1st son of Hori Toshishige 1581 – 1638 堀利重(ほり とししげ) Tsushima no Kami 対馬守 Etchû no Kami 越中守
2nd Hori and 2nd Daimyô of Tamatori, Hitachi 10 – 14 – 12 000 koku 1638 – 1658 玉取藩

Hori Naokage 1604 – 1675 堀直景(ほり なおかげ) (1st son of Hori Naoyuki 1584 – 1642 堀直之(ほり なおゆき)) Shikibu Shôsuke 式部少輔
1st Hori and 1st Daimyô of Kazusa Kariya, Kazusa 10 000 koku 1642 – 1668 上総苅谷藩

Hori Naoyori 1577 – 1639 堀直寄(ほり なおより) (2nd son of Hori Naomasa 1547 – 1608 堀直政(ほり なおまさ)) Tango no Kami 丹後守
1st and last Hori and 1st and last Daimyô of Sakado, Echigo 20 – 50 000 koku 1598 – 1610 坂戸藩
1st and last Hori and 2nd Daimyô of Iiyama, Shinano 40 000 koku 1610 – 1616 飯山藩
1st and last Hori and 1st Daimyô of Nagaoka, Echigo 80 000 koku 1616 – 1618 長岡藩
1st Hori and 3rd Daimyô of Murakami, Echigo 100 000 koku 1618 – 1636 村上藩

Hori Naotsugu 1614 – 1638 堀直次(ほり なおつぐ) (1st son of Hori Naoyori 1577 – 1639 堀直寄(ほり なおより)) Hyôbu Shôsuke 兵部少輔
2nd Hori and 4th Daimyô of Murakami, Echigo 100 000 koku 1636 – 1638 村上藩

Hori Naosada 1636 – 1642 堀直定 (ほり なおさだ) (1st son of Hori Naotsugu 1614 – 1638 堀直次(ほり なおつぐ)) Nashikamo 不祥
3rd and last Hori and 5th Daimyô of Murakami, Echigo 100 000 koku 1638 – 1642 村上藩

Hori Naotoki 1616 – 1643 堀直時 (ほり なおとき) (2nd son of Hori Naoyori 1577 – 1639 堀直寄(ほり なおより)) Tango no Kami 丹後守
1st Hori and 1st Daimyô of Muramatsu, Echigo 30 000 koku 1639 – 1643 村松藩

Hori Naoyoshi 1637 – 1676 堀直吉 (ほり なおよし) (2nd son of Hori Naotoki 1616 – 1643 堀直時 (ほり なおとき)) Tango no Kami 丹後守
2nd Hori and 2nd Daimyô of Muramatsu, Echigo 30 000 koku 1643 – 1676 村松藩

Hori Naomasa 1547 – 1608 堀直政(ほり なおまさ) (Son of Son of Okuda Naozumi 1523 – 1571 奥田直純(おくだ なおずみ))
1st Hori and 1st Daimyô of Sanjo, Echigo 50 000 koku 1598 – 1608 三条藩

Hori Naokiyo 1573 – 1641 堀直清(ほりなおきよ) (1st son of Hori Naomasa 1547 – 1608 堀直政(ほり なおまさ))
2nd and last Hori and 2nd Daimyô of Sanjo, Echigo 50 000 koku 1608 – 1610 三条藩

Hori Tadatoshi 1596 – 1622 堀忠俊 (ほり ただとし) (1st son of Hori Hideharu 1575 – 1606堀秀治(ほり ひではる))
2nd and last Hori and 2nd Daimyô of Takada, Echigo 350 000 koku 1608 – 1610 高田藩 Dispossessed

Hori Tsuruchiyo 1598 – 1606 堀鶴千代(ほり つるちよ) (2nd son of Hori Hideharu 1575 – 1606堀秀治(ほり ひではる))
2nd and last Hori and 2nd Daimyô of Zaoda, Echigo 40 000 koku 1602 – 1606 蔵王堂藩

Hori Naoshige 1585 – 1617 堀直重 (ほり なおしげ) (4th son of Hori Naomasa 1547 – 1608 堀直政(ほり なおまさ)) Awaji no Kami 淡路守
1st Hori and 1st Daimyô of Susaka, Shinano 10 000 koku 1615 – 1617 須坂藩

Hori Naomasu 1608 – 1637 堀直升 (ほり なおます) (1st son of Hori Naoshige 1585 – 1617 堀直重 (ほり なおしげ)) Awaji no Kami 淡路守
2nd Hori and 2nd Daimyô of Susaka, Shinano 10 000 koku 1617 – 1637 須坂藩

Hori Naoteru 1631 – 1669 堀直輝 (ほり なおてる) (1st son of Hori Naomasu 1608 – 1637 堀直升 (ほり なおます)) Hizen no Kami 肥前守
3rd Hori and 3rd Daimyô of Susaka, Shinano 10 000 koku 1637 – 1669 須坂藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Zaoda, Echigo (2 heads) 40 000 koku 1598 – 1606 蔵王堂藩
Sakado, Echigo (1 head) 20 – 50 000 koku 1598 – 1610 坂戸藩
Sanjo, Echigo (2 heads) 50 000 koku 1598 – 1610 三条藩
Takada, Echigo (2 heads) ? koku 1598 – 1610 高田藩
Iiyama, Shinano (1 head) 40 000 koku 1610 – 1616 飯山藩
Mooka, Shimotsuke (1 head) 12 000 koku 1611 – 1627 真岡藩
Susaka, Shinano (14 heads) 10 000 koku 1615 – 1871 須坂藩
Nagaoka, Echigo (1 head) 80 000 koku 1616 – 1618 長岡藩
Murakami, Echigo (3 heads) 100 000 koku 1618 – 1642 村上藩
Tamatori, Hitachi (3 heads) 10 – 14 – 12 000 koku 1622 – 1679 玉取藩
Karasuyama, Shimotsuke (2 heads) 20 000 koku 1627 – 1672 烏山藩
Muramatsu, Echigo (12 heads) 30 000 koku 1639 – 1871 村松藩
Kazusa Kariya, Kazusa (4 heads) 10 000 koku 1642 – 1698 上総苅谷藩
Iida, Shinano (12 heads) 20 – 27 – 17 000 koku 1672 – 1871 飯田藩
Shiiya, Echigo (15 heads) 10 000 koku c1698 – 1871 椎谷藩


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32. 堀丹後守 Hori Tango no Kami



Banners Left – right. See comment near top – Lord’s helmet – Sashimono – Ko uma-jirushi – O uma-jirushi – Tsukaiban – Nobori

Naoyori’s son Naotoki also held the Tango no Kami title
The three left images appear to be labelled koshi-sashi?( a sashimono stuck in the waist band), in the middle it says "of the father and his sons, three persons (ie Lord and his two sons)". We currently believe these to be sai hai, commander's batons.

HORI NAOYORI 1577 – 1639
堀直寄(ほり なおより)
Tango no Kami 丹後守
Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Tozama

Hori Naomasa was born into the Okuda family, to Okuda Naozumi, Naomasa had married a daughter of Hori Toshifusa and although it would appear he was not adopted in the true sense he was allowed the use of the Hori name. This new Hori line would take a different path to the original one. From the rise to power of the Tokugawa, Naoyori's side of the family would prosper and following his actions at Osaka in both the Winter and Summer campaigns his income steadily rose from 20 000 to 100 000 koku by the time of his death; however none of the subsequent, long held, domains would exceed 30 000 koku in the family . Although he was a Tozama lord, the descendants of his brother Naoyuki who held the Shiiya han in Echigo appear to have been classed as Fudai.
His own sons would get Muramatsu, Echigo and hold it till 1871, the line at Shiiya would hold that till 1871, the line of his other brother Naoshige would hold Susaka in Shinano till 1871; in contrast the true Hori line from Hori Hidemasa ended the Edo period holding a single 17 000 koku fief

Fiefs:
1st and last Hori and 1st and last Daimyô of Sakado, Echigo 20 – 50 000 koku 1598 – 1610 坂戸藩
1st and last Hori and 2nd Daimyô of Iiyama, Shinano 40 000 koku 1610 – 1616 飯山藩
1st and last Hori and 1st Daimyô of Nagaoka, Echigo 80 000 koku 1616 – 1618 長岡藩
1st Hori and 3rd Daimyô of Murakami, Echigo 100 000 koku 1618 – 1636 村上藩

Parentage:
2nd son of Hori Naomasa 1547 – 1608 堀直政(ほり なおまさ)
1st Hori and 1st Daimyô of Sanjo, Echigo 50 000 koku 1598 – 1608 三条藩

Grandson of Okuda Naozumi 1523 – 1571 奥田直純(おくだ なおずみ))

Siblings:
Hori Naokiyo 1573 – 1641堀直清(ほりなおきよ)
2nd and last Hori and 2nd Daimyô of Sanjo, Echigo 50 000 koku 1608 – 1610 三条藩

Hori Naoyuki 1584 – 1642 堀直之 (ほりなおゆき) Shikibu Shôsuke 式部少輔

Hori Naoshige 1585 - 1617 堀直重 (ほり なおしげ) Awaji no Kami 淡路守
1st Hori and 1st Daimyô of Susaka, Shinano 10 000 koku 1615 – 1617 須坂藩

Hori Naotomo 堀直倶
Hori Naosato 堀直里
Hori Naotada 堀直忠

Wives / Concubines:
Married daughter of Matsudaira Chikakiyo 松平近清

Children:
Sons –
1st Hori Naotsugu 1614 – 1638 堀直次(ほり なおつぐ) Hyôbu Shôsuke 兵部少輔 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Hori and 4th Daimyô of Murakami, Echigo 100 000 koku 1636 – 1638 村上藩

2nd Hori Naotoki 1616 – 1643 堀直時 (ほり なおとき) Tango no Kami 丹後守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Hori and 1st Daimyô of Muramatsu, Echigo 30 000 koku 1639 – 1643 村松藩

Daughters –
Married Ikeda Nagatsune 1609 - 1641 池田長常(いけだ ながつね)
Married Okabe Yukitaka 1617 - 1688 岡部行隆(おかべ ゆきたか)

Other Hori Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Hori Chikayoshi 1580 – 1637 堀親良(ほり ちかよし) (2nd son of Hori Hidemasa 1553 – 1590 堀秀政(ほり ひでまさ)) Mimasaka no Kami 美作守
1st Hori and 1st Daimyô of Zaoda, Echigo 40 000 koku 1598 - 1602 蔵王堂藩
1st and last Hori and 2nd and last Daimyô of Mooka, Shimotsuke 12 000 koku 1611 – 1627 真岡藩
1st Hori and 5th Daimyô of Karasuyama, Shimotsuke 20 000 koku 1627 – 1637 烏山藩

Hori Hideharu 1575 – 1606 堀秀治(ほり ひではる) (1st son of Hori Hidemasa 1553 – 1590 堀秀政(ほり ひでまさ))
1st Hori and Daimyô of Takada, Echigo 350 000 koku 1598 – 1606 高田藩

Hori Chikamasa 1606 – 1673 堀親昌(ほり ちかまさ) (1st son of Hori Chikayoshi 1580 – 1637 堀親良(ほり ちかよし)) Mimasaka no Kami 美作守
2nd and last Hori and 6th Daimyô of Karasuyama, Shimotsuke 20 000 koku 1637 – 1672 烏山藩
1st Hori and 4th Daimyô of Iida, Shinano 20 – 27 000 koku 1672 – 1673 飯田藩

Hori Toshishige 1581 – 1638 堀利重(ほり とししげ) (3rd son of Hori Hideshige 1532 – 1606 堀秀重 (ひの ひでしげ) Ise no Kami 伊勢守
1st Hori and 1st Daimyô of Tamatori, Hitachi 10 – 14 – 12 000 koku 1622 – 1638 玉取藩

Hori Toshinaga 1601 – 1658 堀利長(ほり としなが) (1st son of Hori Toshishige 1581 – 1638 堀利重(ほり とししげ) Tsushima no Kami 対馬守 Etchû no Kami 越中守
2nd Hori and 2nd Daimyô of Tamatori, Hitachi 10 – 14 – 12 000 koku 1638 – 1658 玉取藩

Hori Naokage 1604 – 1675 堀直景(ほり なおかげ) (1st son of Hori Naoyuki 1584 – 1642 堀直之(ほり なおゆき)) Shikibu Shôsuke 式部少輔
1st Hori and 1st Daimyô of Kazusa Kariya, Kazusa 10 000 koku 1642 – 1668 上総苅谷藩

Hori Naosada 1636 – 1642 堀直定 (ほり なおさだ) (1st son of Hori Naotsugu 1614 – 1638 堀直次(ほり なおつぐ)) Nashikamo 不祥
3rd and last Hori and 5th Daimyô of Murakami, Echigo 100 000 koku 1638 – 1642 村上藩

Hori Naoyoshi 1637 – 1676 堀直吉 (ほり なおよし) (2nd son of Hori Naotoki 1616 – 1643 堀直時 (ほり なおとき)) Tango no Kami 丹後守
2nd Hori and 2nd Daimyô of Muramatsu, Echigo 30 000 koku 1643 – 1676 村松藩

Hori Tadatoshi 1596 – 1622 堀忠俊 (ほり ただとし) (1st son of Hori Hideharu 1575 – 1606堀秀治(ほり ひではる))
2nd and last Hori and 2nd Daimyô of Takada, Echigo 350 000 koku 1608 – 1610 高田藩 Dispossessed

Hori Tsuruchiyo 1598 – 1606 堀鶴千代(ほり つるちよ) (2nd son of Hori Hideharu 1575 – 1606堀秀治(ほり ひではる))
2nd and last Hori and 2nd Daimyô of Zaoda, Echigo 40 000 koku 1602 – 1606 蔵王堂藩

Hori Naomasu 1608 – 1637 堀直升 (ほり なおます) (1st son of Hori Naoshige 1585 – 1617 堀直重 (ほり なおしげ)) Awaji no Kami 淡路守
2nd Hori and 2nd Daimyô of Susaka, Shinano 10 000 koku 1617 – 1637 須坂藩

Hori Naoteru 1631 – 1669 堀直輝 (ほり なおてる) (1st son of Hori Naomasu 1608 – 1637 堀直升 (ほり なおます)) Hizen no Kami 肥前守
3rd Hori and 3rd Daimyô of Susaka, Shinano 10 000 koku 1637 – 1669 須坂藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Zaoda, Echigo (2 heads) 40 000 koku 1598 – 1606 蔵王堂藩
Sakado, Echigo (1 head) 20 – 50 000 koku 1598 – 1610 坂戸藩
Sanjo, Echigo (2 heads) 50 000 koku 1598 – 1610 三条藩
Takada, Echigo (2 heads) ? koku 1598 – 1610 高田藩
Iiyama, Shinano (1 head) 40 000 koku 1610 – 1616 飯山藩
Mooka, Shimotsuke (1 head) 12 000 koku 1611 – 1627 真岡藩
Susaka, Shinano (14 heads) 10 000 koku 1615 – 1871 須坂藩
Nagaoka, Echigo (1 head) 80 000 koku 1616 – 1618 長岡藩
Murakami, Echigo (3 heads) 100 000 koku 1618 – 1642 村上藩
Tamatori, Hitachi (3 heads) 10 – 14 – 12 000 koku 1622 – 1679 玉取藩
Karasuyama, Shimotsuke (2 heads) 20 000 koku 1627 – 1672 烏山藩
Muramatsu, Echigo (12 heads) 30 000 koku 1639 – 1871 村松藩
Kazusa Kariya, Kazusa (4 heads) 10 000 koku 1642 – 1698 上総苅谷藩
Iida, Shinano (12 heads) 20 – 27 – 17 000 koku 1672 – 1871 飯田藩
Shiiya, Echigo (15 heads) 10 000 koku c1698 – 1871 椎谷藩


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33. 堀尾山城守 Horio Yamashiro no Kami



Banners Left – right. Tsukaiban – Samurai sashimono – Tsukaiban – O uma-jirushi – Nobori

HORIO TADAHARU 1596 – 1633
堀尾忠晴(ほりお ただはる)
Yamashiro no Kami 山城守
Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
Tozama

Tadaharu was the son of Horio Tadauji and grandson of Horio Yoshiharu who had served Hideyoshi. Yoshiharu was involved in the capture of Inabayama from the Saitô in 1567, and fought at Yamazaki in 1582. Well respected by Hideyoshi and most he came into contact with, he became one of the three Toyotomi chu-rô for Hideyoshi. In 1600 Yoshiharu was aligned with the Tokugawa, he took no part himself but his son Tadauji fought at Sekigahara. They were granted the Matsue domain in Izumo and Yoshiharu controlled from the background. Tadauji died in 1604, so the fief passed to Tadauji’s son Tadaharu. Yoshiharu had Matsue Castle built in 1611. As an infant, Tadaharu was assisted by his grandfather until Yoshiharu died in 1611. Tadaharu would lead 800 men at Osaka for the eastern army in the Winter campaign. Tadaharu held the domain till 1633, on his death the family ceased to be Daimyô.

Fiefs:
2nd and last Horio and 2nd Daimyô of Matsue, Izumo 240 000 koku 1604 – 1633 松江藩 (Joint control with his grandfather 1604 – 1611)

Parentage:
1st son of Horio Tadauji 1578 – 1604 堀尾忠氏(ほりお ただうじ) Shinano no Kami 信濃守 Izumo no Kami 出雲守 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st Horio and 1st Daimyô of Matsue, Izumo 240 000 koku 1600 – 1604 松江藩 (Joint control with his father till his death)

Grandson of Horio Yoshiharu 1543 – 1611 Taitô 帯刀 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下

Great-grandson of Horio Yasuharu 1517 - 1599 堀尾泰晴(ほりお やすはる)

Siblings:
Hoka ほか

Wives / Cioncubines:
Married daughter of Okudaira Iemasa 1577 – 1614 奥平家昌(おくだいら いえまさ)

Children:
Sons –
?

Daughters –
?

Other Horio Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
None

The family would be Daimyô over:
Matsue, Izumo (2 heads) 240 000 koku 1600 – 1633 松江藩


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34. 保科肥後守 Hoshina Higo no Kami



Banners Left – right. Han sashimono - Ko uma-jirushi – Lord’s helmet - O uma-jirushi - Tsukaiban – Nobori

The title was also held by his adopted son Hoshina Masayuki

HOSHINA MASAMITSU 1561 – 1631
保科正光(ほしな まさみつ)
Higo no Kami 肥後守
Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Fudai

The family claimed descent for Emperor Seiwa via the Minamoto. Hoshina Masatoshi had oppoosed the Takeda advance into Shinano but later submitted to Shingen. His son Masanao held Takatô Castle for theTakeda, he switched to the Tokugawa after the defeat of the Takeda and retained the castle. He was at the siege of Odawara and after received a domain at Tako in Shimôsa.
His son, Masamitsu, supported the Tokugawa at Sekigahara and was present at both sieges of Osaka. From 1590 to 1600 he held Tako domain in Shimosa valued at 10 000 koku, he then received the family’s old Takatô fief (Shinano 25 000 koku) when his father died. He adopted the fourth son of Shôgun Tokugawa Hidetada who became Masamitsu’s heir as Hoshina Masayuki, this line would become Shinpan and hold the Aizu han in Mutsu valued at 230 000 koku till 1869. From the 3rd Hoshina Aizu Daimyô, Masakata, the family exercised their right to the Matsudaira surname, and provided some key people in the late Edo period such as Matsudaira (Hoshina) Katamori.
Masamitsu also adopted his own brother, Masasada, who became the first Hoshina Daimyô of Iino in Kazusa which that line held until 1871.

Fiefs:
1st and last Hoshina and 1st Daimyô of Tako, Shimôsa 10 000 koku 1590 – 1600 多胡藩
1st Hoshina and 1st Daimyô of Takatô, Shinano 25 000 koku 1600 – 1631 高遠藩

Parentage:
Son of Hoshina Masanao 1542 – 1601 保科正直 ほしな まさなお) Echizen no Kami 越前守

Grandson of Hoshina Masatoshi 1511 – 1593 保科正俊(ほしな まさとし)

Great-grandson of Hoshina Masanori 保科正則

Siblings:
Hoshina Masashige 保科正重

Hoshina Masasada 1588 – 1661 保科正貞(ほしな まささだ) Danjo no Suke 弾正忠 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Hoshina and 1st Daimyô of Iino, Kazusa 17 – 15 000 koku 1648 – 1661 飯野藩

Hôjô Ujishige 1595 – 1658 北条氏重 (ほうじょう うじしげ) (adopted by Hôjô Ujikatsu 1559 – 1611 北条氏勝(ほうじょう うじかつ)) Dewa no Kami 出羽守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd and last Hôjô and 2nd and last Daimyô of Iwatomaori, Shimôsa 10 000 koku 1611 – 1613 岩富藩
1st and last Hôjô and 1st and last Daimyô of Tomita, Shimotsuke 10 000 koku 1613 – 1619 富田藩
1st and last Hôjô and 3rd and last Daimyô of Tôtômi Kuno, Tôtômi 1619 – 1640 16 000 koku 遠江久野藩
1st and last Hôjô and 6th Daimyô of Sekiyado, Shimôsa 20 000 koku 1640 – 1644 関宿藩
1st and last Hôjô and 6th Daimyô of Tanaka, Suruga 25 000 koku 1644 – 1649 田中藩
1st and last Hôjô and 13th Daimyô of Kakegawa, Tôtômi 30 000 koku 1649 – 1658 掛川藩

Sister married Kuroda Nagamasa 1568 - 1623 黒田長政(くろだ ながまさ)
Sister married Abe Nobumori 1584 - 1674 安部信盛(あんべ のぶもり)
Sister married Koide Yoshifusa (Yoshihide) 1587 - 1666 小出吉英(こいで よしふさ/よしひで)
Sister married Katô Akinari 1592 - 1661 加藤明成(かとう あきなり)

Wives / Concubines:
Married daughter of Sanada Masayuki 1547 – 1611 真田昌幸(さなだ まさゆき)

Children:
Sons –
Adopted _ Hoshina Masayuki 1611 – 1672 (4th son of Tokugawa Hidetada 1579 - 1632) Higo no Kami 肥後守 Hidari Konoe Chûjô 左近衛中将
Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
2nd and last Hoshina and 2nd Daimyô of Takatô, Shinano 25 - 30 000 koku 1631 – 1636 高遠藩
1st and last Hoshina and 6th Daimyô of Yamagata, Dewa 200 000 koku 1636 – 1643 山形藩
1st Hoshina and 5th Daimyô of Aizu, Mutsu 1643 – 1669 230 000 koku 会津藩

Adopted _ Hoshina Masasada 1588 – 1661 (his brother)
1st Hoshina and 1st Daimyô of Iino, Kazusa 17 – 15 000 koku 1648 – 1661 飯野藩

Adopted _ Hoshina Masashige 保科正重 (his brother)

Daughters –
?

Other Hoshina Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
None

The family would be Daimyô over:
Tako, Shimôsa (1 head) 10 000 koku 1590 – 1600 多胡藩
Takatô, Shinano (2 heads) 25 - 30 000 koku 1600 – 1636 高遠藩
Yamagata, Dewa (1 head) 200 000 koku 1636 – 1643 山形藩
Aizu, Mutsu (11 heads) 230 000 koku 1643 – 1869 会津藩
Iino, Kazusa (10 heads) 17 – 15 – 20 000 koku 1648 – 1871 飯野藩
Tonami, Mutsu (1 head) 30 000 1869 - 1871 斗南藩


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35. 細川肥後守 Hosokawa Higo no Kami



Banners Left – right. Ko uma-jirushi – O uma-jirushi – Sashimono – Nobori

The same banners were used by his grandfather Tadaoki, and probably by his father Tadatoshi

HOSOKAWA MITSUNAO 1619 – 1650
細川光尚 (ほそかわ みつなお)
(HOSOKAWA MITSUTOSHI)
細川光利 /(ほそかわ みつとし)
Higo no Kami 肥後守
Rôjû 侍従
Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
Tozama

The Hosokawa were descended from the Minamoto through the Ashikaga, and in the 16th century wielded considerable influence as Shugo for much of Shikoku. Hosokawa Katsumoto (1430 – 1473) got involved in a succession dispute within the Ashikaga family and in opposition to Yamana Mochitoyo. This brought about the Ônin War (1467 – 1477) and the beginning of the Sengoku Jidai period. Although still influential around Kyoto the family’s power wained and they were eclipsed by their former vassals the Miyoshi. One branch of the family under Hosokawa Fujitaka (Yûsai) flourished under the Oda and Toyotomi, the family backed the Tokugawa at both Sekigahara where Hosokawa Tadaoki led 5000 men and also at Osaka. Tadaoki received a 400 000 koku fief in Buzen, but his son would move to Kumamoto in Higo (Katô Kiyomasa’s old domain) valued at 540 000 koku, they would hold this throughout the Edo period.
Mitsunao was the grandson of Tadaoki and the son of the first Hosokawa Kumamoto lord, Tadatoshi. He accompanied his father during the Shimabara Rebellion, where he fought with distinction.
Tadaoki’s brother Hosokawa Okimoto hade received a 16 000 koku fief at Yatabe in Hitachi which was held till 1871. Two sub-domains of the Kumamoto line were founded; Kumamotoshinden for Mitsunao’s 3rd son, Toshishige, which survived from 1666 – 1870 and Uto for Tadaoki’s grandson, Yukitaka, from 1646 – 1870.

Fiefs:
2nd Hosokawa and 4th Daimyô of Kumamoto, Higo 540 000 koku 1641 – 1649 熊本藩

Parentage:
1st son of Hosokawa Tadatoshi 1586 – 1641 細川忠利(ほそかわ ただとし) Etchû no Kami 越中守 左権少将 Rôjû 侍従 Naiki 内記 Hidari Shôshô 左少将 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
2nd and last Hosokawa and 2nd Daimyô of Kokura, Buzen 399 000 koku 1620 – 1632 小倉藩
1st Hosokawa and 3rd Daimyô of Kumamoto, Higo 540 000 koku 1632 – 1641 熊本藩

Grandson of Hosokawa Tadaoki (Nagaoka Tadaoki) 1564 – 1645 細川忠興/長岡忠興(ほそかわ ただおき/ながおか ただおき)Etchû no Kami 越中守 Hidari Shôshô 左少将 Rôjû 侍従 Sangi 参議 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下 Jûsan-i Junior 3rd Court Rank 従三位 Oku-sei-san-i 贈正三位
(Adopted heir of Hosokawa Terutsune ? - ? 細川輝経(ほそかわ てるつね))
1st and last Hosokawa and 1st Daimyô of Nakatsu, Buzen 399 000 koku 1600 – 1602 中津藩
1st Hosokawa and 1st Daimyô of Kokura, Buzen 399 000 koku 1602 – 1620 小倉藩

Great-grandson of Hosokawa Yûsai (Fujitaka) 1534 - 1610 細川幽斎 / 細川藤孝(ほそかわ ゆうさい) Hyôbu daisuke 兵部大輔 Rôjû 侍従 Ôkura kyô hôin 大蔵卿法印 Jôgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下 Shôni-I Senior 2nd Court Rank 正二位
Lord of Tanabe, Tango 110 700 koku

Siblings:
Hosokawa Naofusa 細川尚房 (3rd son)
Nanjô Mototomo 1641 - 1703 南条元知(なんじょう もととも) (4th son)
Sister married Matsudaira (Okudaira) Tadahiro 1631 - 1700 松平(奥平)忠弘(まつだいら ただひろ)
Sister married Ariyoshi Fusanaga 有吉英長

Wives / Concubines:
Maried daughter of Ogasawara Hidemasa 1569 - 1615 小笠原秀政(おがさわら ひでまさ)
Married daughter of Tokugawa Hidetada 1579 - 1632 徳川秀忠(とくがわ ひでただ)

Children:
Sons –
Hosokawa Tsunatoshi 1643 – 1714 細川綱利(ほそかわ つなとし) Etchû no Kami 越中守 Rôjû 侍従 Hidari Konoe Gon Shôshô 左近衛権少将 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
3rd Hosokawa and 5th Daimyô of Kumamoto, Higo 540 000 koku 1649 – 1712 熊本藩

Hosokawa Toshishige 1647 - 1687 細川利重(ほそかわ とししげ) Wakasa no Kami 若狭守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Hosokawa and 1st Daimyô of Kumamotoshinden, Higo 35 000 koku 1666 – 1687 細川利重

Daughters –
None?

Other Hosokawa Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Hosokawa Yukitaka 1637 – 1690 細川行孝(ほそかわ ゆきたか) (Son of Hosokawa Tatsutaka 1615 – 1645 細川立孝(ほそかわ たつたか)) Tango no Kami 丹後守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Hosokawa and 1st Daimyô of Uto, Higo 30 000 koku 1646 – 1690 宇土藩

Hosokawa Okimoto 1566 – 1619 細川興元(ほそかわ おきもと)(2nd son of Hosokawa Fujitaka 1534 – 1610) Genba Ryô 玄蕃頭 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Hosokawa and 1st Daimyô of Motegi, Shimotsuke 10 000 koku 1610 – 1616 茂木藩
1st Hosokawa and 1st Daimyô of Yatabe, Hitachi 16 000 koku 1616 – 1619 谷田部藩

Hosokawa Okimasa 1604 – 1643 細川興昌(ほそかわ おきまさ) (1st son of Hosokawa Okimoto 1566 – 1619) Genba Ryô 玄蕃頭 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Hosokawa and 2nd Daimyô of Yatabe, Hitachi 16 000 koku 1619 – 1643 谷田部藩

Hosokawa Okitaka 1632 – 1690 細川興隆(ほそかわ おきたか) (1st son of Hosokawa Okimasa 1604 – 1643) Buzen no Kami 豊前守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
3rd Hosokawa and 3rd Daimyô of Yatabe, Hitachi 16 000 koku 1643 – 1689 谷田部藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Nakatsu, Buzen (1 head) 399 000 koku 1600 – 1602 中津藩
Kokura, Buzen (2 heads) 399 000 koku 1602 – 1632 小倉藩
Motegi, Shimotsuke (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1610 – 1616 and 16 200 koku 1852 – 1870 茂木藩
Yatabe, Hitachi (9 heads) 16 000 koku 1616 – 1871 谷田部藩
Kumamoto, Higo (12 heads) 540 000 koku 1632 – 1871 熊本藩
Uto, Higo (11 heads) 30 000 koku 1646 – 1870 宇土藩
Kumamotoshinden, Higo (10 heads) 35 000 koku 1666 – 1870 熊本新田藩


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36. 井伊掃部頭 Ii Kamon no Kami



Banners Left – right. Sashimono – Ko uma-jirushi - Tsukaiban – Nobori

Note - The Tsukaiban banner is a horô with a gold name plate. See the help thread for more images and details
For a more comprehensive breakdown of the Ii heraldry see Evalerios’s heraldry thread

The banners displayed are frequently shown for Ii Naotaka, however the title Kamon no Kami appears to have started in the family with Naotaka’s son, Naozumi 1625 – 1676. When the scrolls were done, around 1650, Naotaka was still Daimyô so I have assumed he must have also had the title

II NAOTAKA 1590 - 1659
井伊直孝 (いい なおたか)
Kamon no Kami 掃部頭 (presumed he held this title)
Hidari Chûjô 左中将
Rôjû 侍従
Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
Shôshi-i-jô Junior 4th Court Rank Upper Grade 正四位上
Fudai

The Ii originated in Tôtômi and claimed descent from the Fujiwara, they were allies then retainers of the Imagawa, before switching to the Matsudaira, and held Iidani castle in Tôtômi. Ii Naomori was killed in the Battle of Okehazama, apparently trying to protect Imagawa Yosimoto. Ii Naochika was suspected of treason by Imagawa Ujizane and subsequently killed. The family gained fame under Ii Naomasa, who was lucky to escape the confusion at that time, he became one of Tokugawa Ieyasu’s vassals in the mid 1570’s and rose to become one of Ieyasu’s shi-tenno. Considered to be the Tokugawa shock troops, the Ii were prominent in their red armour and banners.
Naotaka was the second son of Naomasa. When Naomasa died in 1602 the family went to his eldest son Naokatsu (also known as Naotsugu). However Naokatsu refused to fight during the Ôsaka campaigns and so Naotaka took the Ii troops instead, they were prominent both in the Wakae and Tennoji battles. Afterwards Naokatsu was made to stand down and Naotaka became the family head. He held the 10 000 Koku domain of Shirai, Kôzuke from 1602 till he replaced Naokatsu in 1615, then held Hikone, Ômi (290 - 340 000 Koku) 1615 – 1659, the family would hold Hikone till 1871. He finished the construction of Hikone Castle in 1622. Naokatsu’s line would hold Annaka, Nishio, Kakegawa, then Yoita till 1871.

Fiefs:
1st and last Ii and 3rd Daimyô of Shirai, Kôzuke 10 000 koku 1602 – 1615 白井藩
3rd Ii and 3rd Daimyô of Hikone, Ômi 290 – 340 000 koku 1615 – 1659 彦根藩

Parentage:
2nd son of Ii Naomasa 1561 – 1602 井伊直政 (いい なおまさ) Hyôbu daisuke 兵部大輔 Rôjû 侍従 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下 Oku-jû-san-mi 贈従三位
1st Ii and 1st Daimyô of Takasaki, Kôzuke 120 000 koku 1590 – 1600 高崎藩
1st Ii and 1st Daimyô of Hikone, Ômi 350 000 koku 1600 – 1602 彦根藩
1st Ii and 2nd Daimyô of Sawayama, Ômi 180 000 koku 1600 – 1602 佐和山藩

Grandson of Ii Naochika 1535 – 1563 井伊直親 (いい なおちか) [by birth] Higo no Kami 肥後守
Grandson of ii Naotora ? – 1582 井伊直虎 (いい なおとら) [by adoption]

Great grandson of Ii Naomitsu ? – 1545 井伊直満 (いい なおみつ) [by birth]
Great-grandson of Ii Namori 1506 – 1560 井伊直盛 (いい なおもり) [by adoption] Shinano no Kami 信濃守

Siblings:
Ii Naokatsu (Ii Naotsugu) 1590 – 1662 井伊直勝 (いい なおかつ) {井伊直継} Hyôbu Shôsuke 兵部少輔 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
2nd Ii and 2nd Daimyô of Hikone, Ômi 350 000 koku 1602 – 1615 彦根藩
2nd and last Ii and 3rd Daimyô of Sawayama, Ômi 180 000 koku 1602 – 1615 佐和山藩
1st Ii and 1st Daimyô of Annaka, Kôzuke 30 000 koku 1615 – 1632 安中藩

Sister married Datê Hidemune 1591 – 1658 伊達秀宗 (だて ひでむね)
Sister married Matsudaira (Tôjô) Tadayoshi 1580 - 1607 松平(東条)忠吉(まつだいら ただよし)

Wives / Concubines:
Married daughter of Hachisuka Iemasa 1558 – 1638 蜂須賀家政 (はちすか いえまさ)

Children:
Sons –
1st Ii Naoshige 1612 – 1661 井伊直滋 (いい なおしげ) Rôjû 侍従 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
2nd Ii Matsuchiyo ? - ? 井伊松千代
3rd Ii Naohiro ? - ? 井伊直寛
4th Ii Naotsuna 1622 - 1658 井伊直縄 (いい なおつな) Hidari no suke 左馬助 Takumi no suke 内匠頭 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
5th Ii Naozumi 1625 – 1676 井伊直澄 (いい なおずみ) Kamon no Kami 掃部頭 Hidari Shôshô 左少将 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
4th Ii and 4th Daimyô of Hikone, Ômi 350 000 koku 1659 – 1676 彦根藩

Daughters –
?

Other Ii Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Ii Naoyoshi 1618 – 1672 (1st son of Ii Naokatsu 1590 - 1662) 井伊直好 (いい なおよし) Hyôbu shôsuke 兵部少輔 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd and last Ii and 2nd Daimyô of Annaka, Kôzuke 18 000 koku 1632 – 1645 安中藩
1st and last Ii and 5th Daimyô of Nishio, Mikawa 35 000 koku 1645 – 1659 西尾藩
1st Ii and 14th Daimyô of Kakegawa, Tôtômi 35 000 koku 1659 – 1672 掛川藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Takasaki, Kôzuke (1 head) 120 000 koku 1590 – 1600 高崎藩
Hikone, Ômi (17 heads) 350 – 290 – 340 - 350 000 koku 1600 – 1817 彦根藩
Sawayama, Ômi (2 heads) 180 000 koku 1600 – 1615 佐和山藩 (held in conjunction with Hikone)
Shirai, Kôzuke (1 head) 10 000 koku 1602 -1615 白井藩
Annaka, Kôzuke (2 heads) 30 000 koku 1615 – 1645 安中藩
Nishio, Mikawa (1 head) 35 000 koku 1645 – 1659 西尾藩
Kakegawa, Tôtômi (4 heads) 35 000 koku 1659 – 1706 掛川藩
Yoita, Echigo (10 heads) 20 000 koku 1706 -1871 与板藩
Hikoneshinden (1 head) ? koku 1714 – 1734 彦根新田藩


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37. 松平右京 Matsudaira Ukiyo



Banners Left – right. Sashimono – O uma-jirushi – Nobori

The Ikeda were allowed the use of the Matsudaira surname. Masatsuna died heirless, and was followed by his brother who held a different title.
The Ikeda are well illustrated in Evalerio’s Heraldry thread, but I disagree with the birth / death dates he gives for Masatsuna (1604 – 1662)

IKEDA MASATSUNA 1605 - 1631
池田政綱 (いけだ まさつな)
Ukiyo Daifu 右京大夫
Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
Tozama

Depending on the source, the Ikeda of Owari were descended from either the Minamoto or the Kusunoki. They rose to prominence in the Sengoku period after Ikeda Tsunetoshi entered the service of Oda Nobuhide. His son, Tsuneoki, became a trusted general and passed into the service of Toyotomi Hideyoshi to whoim he became a close friend; he was killed at Nagakute. His son, Terumasa, would choose to back the Tokugawa and served at Sekigahara, along with several sons, leading 4500 troops in the rearguard. Terumasa received a huge fief at Himeji woth 520 000 koku. This was added too, but most the additional lands went to creating domains for his sons, most of whom became Daimyô themselves. The main line moved from Himeji to Tottori which they held till the Meiji Restoration. Another line held a 300 000+ koku fief at Okayama till 1871, while more modest fiefs were held at Fukumoto, Ikusaka, Kamogata, Kano and Wakasa. At Osaka in 1614 – 1615 both Toshitaka and Tadakatsu would lead sizeable contingents in the Tokugawa Army and played a prominent part, especially in capturing the forts north of Osaka, other relations attended the battle.
Masatsuna was born after Sekigahra, and was a child during the Osaka campaign. He was childless and his fief at Ako passed to his younger brother, Teruoki, but that line appears to terminate there with Teruoki’s descent into mental illness that saw him stripped of his domain.
Note the sons seem to be numbered in contradiction of their birth order (Masatora was 2nd in birth order but was ranked as 7th son) and this also applies to his next two brothers. I would presume this was because some had a Tokugawa mother, others didn’t.

Fiefs:
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Akô, Harima 35 000 koku 1615 – 1631 赤穂藩

Parentage:
8th (5th) Son of Ikeda Terumasa 1565 – 1613 池田輝政 (いけだ てるまさ) Sangi 参議 Rôjû 侍従 Musashi no Kami 武蔵守 Migi Konoe Shôshô 右近衛少将 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下 Sei-yon-i-ka Senior 4th Court rank Lower Grade 正四位下 Sei-san-i 正三位 Oku-ji-ni 贈従二位 [Married into Tokugawa family]
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 520 000 koku 1600 – 1613 姫路藩

Grandson of Ikeda Tsuneoki (Nobuteru) 1536 – 1584 池田恒興(いけだ つねおき)(池田信輝) Kii no Kami 紀伊守

Great-grandson of Ikeda Tsunetoshi ? - ? 池田恒利

Siblings:
1st Ikeda Toshitaka 1584 – 1616 池田利隆 (いけだ としたか) Migi Emon Toku 右衛門督 Rôjû 侍従 Musashi no Kami 武蔵守 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
2nd Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 520 000 koku 1613 – 1616 姫路藩

2nd (7th) Ikeda Masatora 1590 – 1635 池田政虎 (いけだ まさとら)

3rd (8th) Ikeda Terutaka ? - ? 池田輝高 (いけだ てるたか)

4th (9th) Ikeda Toshimasa 1594 – 1639 池田利政 (いけだ としまさ) Settsu no Kami 摂津守

5th (2nd) Ikeda Tadatsugu 1599 – 1615 池田忠継 (いけだ ただつぐ) Saemon no Kami 左衛門督 Rôjû 侍従 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Okayama, Bizen 280 - 380 000 koku 1603 – 1615 岡山藩

6th (3rd) Ikeda Tadakatsu 1602 – 1632 池田忠雄 (いけだ ただかつ) Miyauchi Shôsuke 宮内少輔 Sangi 参議 Sei-yon-i-ka 正四位下
1st and last Ikeda and 2nd and last Daimyô of Sumota, Awaji 30 000 koku 1610 – 1615 洲本藩
2nd Ikeda and 4th Daimyô of Okayama, Bizen 315 000 koku 1615 – 1632 岡山藩

7th (4th) Ikeda Teruzumi 1604 – 1662 池田輝澄 (いけだ てるずみ) Iwami no Kami 石見守 Rôjû 侍従 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Yamazaki, Harima 38 000 koku 1615 – 1640 山崎藩
1st and last Ikeda and 3rd and last Daimyô of Shikano, Inaba 10 000 koku 1640 – 1662 鹿野藩

9th (6th) Ikeda Teruoki 1611 – 1647 池田輝興 (いけだ てるおき) Ukon Daifu 右近大夫 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st and last Ikeda and 1st and last Daimyô of Hirafuku, Harima 25 000 koku 1615 – 1631 平福藩
2nd and last Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Akô, Harima 35 000 koku 1631 – 1645 赤穂藩 (Removed from office due to mental illness)

Sister married Kyôgoku Takahiro 1599 - 1677 京極高広(きょうごく たかひろ)
Sister - Kôshôin 1607 - 1659 孝勝院 (こうしょういん)

Wives / Concubines:
?

Children:
Sons –
None

Daughters:
?

Other Ikeda Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Ikeda Shigetoshi 1586 – 1631 池田重利(いけだ しげとし) (1st son of Shimo Tsumarairyû 1552 - 1609 下間頼龍(しもつま らいりゅう) adopted son of Ikeda Tsuneoki 1536 – 1584)
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Harima Shingu, Harima 10 000 koku 1617 – 1631 播磨新宮藩

Ikeda Shigemasa 1603 – 1651 池田重政(いけだ しげまさ) (1st son of Ikeda Shigetoshi 1586 – 1631) Kura no Suke 内蔵助 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Harima Shingu, Harima 10 000 koku 1631 – 1651 播磨新宮藩

Ikeda Mitsumasa 1609 – 1682 池田光政(いけだ みつまさ) (1st son of Ikeda Toshitaka 1584 – 1616) Hidari Konoe Shôshô 左近衛少将 Shintaro 新太郎 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下 Oku-sei-san-i 贈正三位 [Married into Tokugawa family]
3rd and last Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 520 000 koku 1616 – 1617 姫路藩
3rd Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 1617 – 1632 325 000 koku 鳥取藩
3rd Ikeda and 5th Daimyô of Okayama, Bizen 315 000 koku 1632 – 1672 岡山藩
1st and last Ikeda and 1st and last Daimyô of Kojima, Bizen 20 000 koku 1648 – 1649 児島藩 [whilst holding Okayama as his main fief]

Ikeda Tsunemoto 1611 – 1671 池田恒元(いけだ つねもと) (Son of Ikeda Toshitaka 1584 – 1616) Bingo no Kami 備後守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Yamazaki, Harima 38 000 koku 1649 – 1671 山崎藩

Ikeda Nagayoshi 1570 – 1614 池田長吉 (いけだ ながよし) (3rd son of Ikeda Tsuneoki 1536 – 1584) Bitchû no Kami 備中守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 60 000 koku 1600 – 1614 鳥取藩

Ikeda Nagayuki 1587 – 1632 池田長幸 (いけだ ながよし) (1st son of Ikeda Nagayoshi 1570 - 1614) Bitchû no Kami 備中守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 60 000 koku 1614 – 1617 鳥取藩
1st Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Matsuyama, Bitchû 65 000 koku 1617 – 1632 松山藩

Ikeda Nagatsune 1609 – 1641 池田長常 (いけだ としまさ) (1st son of Ikeda Nagayuki 1587 - 1632) Izumo no Kami 出雲守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd and last Ikeda and 4th Daimyô of Matsuyama, Bitchû 65 000 koku 1632 – 1641 松山藩

Ikeda Mitsunaka 1630 – 1693 池田光仲(いけだ みつなか) (1st son of Ikeda Tadakatsu 1602 – 1632) Hidari Konoe Shôshô 左近衛少将 Sagami no Kami 相模守 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下 [Married into Tokugawa family]
4th Ikeda and 4th Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 325 000 koku 1632 – 1685 鳥取藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Himeji, Harima (3 heads) 520 000 koku 1600 – 1617 姫路藩
Akô, Harima (2 heads) 35 000 koku 1600 – 1645 赤穂藩
Tottori, Inaba (16 heads) 60 – 325 000 koku 1600 – 1871 鳥取藩
Okayama, Bizen (12 heads) 280 – 380 – 315 000 koku 1603 – 1871 岡山藩
Sumota, Awaji (1 head) 30 000 koku 1610 – 1615 洲本藩 [Awajisumoto 淡路洲本藩]
Hirafuku, Harima (1 head) 25 000 koku 1615 – 1631 平福藩
Yamazaki, Harima (4 heads) 38 - 30 000 koku 1615 – 1678 山崎藩 [Tasuno 宍粟藩]
Matsuyama, Bitchû (2 heads) 65 000 koku 1617 – 1641 松山藩 [Bitchû Matsuyama 備中松山藩]
Harima Shingu, Harima (5 heads) 10 000 koku 1617 - >1670 播磨新宮藩
Shikano, Inaba (1 head) 10 000 koku 1640 – 1662 鹿野藩
Kojima, Bizen (1 head) 20 000 koku 1648 – 1649 児島藩
Fukumoto, Harima (8 heads) 10 – 7 – 6 - 10 573 koku 1663 – 1870 福本藩
Ikusaka, Bitchû (8 heads) 15 000 koku 1672 – 1871 生坂藩 [Okayamashinden 岡山新田藩]
Kamogata, Bitchû (10 heads) 25 000 koku 1672 – 1871 鴨方藩 [Okayamashinden 岡山新田藩]
Kano, Inaba (10 heads) 30 000 koku 1685 – 1869 鹿野藩 [Tottorishinden 鳥取東館新田藩]
Wakasa, Inaba (10 heads) 15 – 20 000 koku 1700 – 1870 若桜藩 [Tottorishinden 鳥取東館新田藩]


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38. 松平新太郎 Matsudaira Shintaro



Banners Left – right. Han sashimono – Lord's sashimono – Tsukaiban – Ko uma-jirushi – O uma-jirushi – Nobori

The Ikeda were allowed the use of the Matsudaira surname

IKEDA MITSUMASA 1609 – 1682
池田光政(いけだ みつまさ
Shintaro 新太郎
Hidari Konoe Shôshô 左近衛少将
Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
Oku-sei-san-i 贈正三位
Tozama

Depending on the source, the Ikeda of Owari were descended from either the Minamoto or the Kusunoki. They rose to prominence in the Sengoku period after Ikeda Tsunetoshi entered the service of Oda Nobuhide. His son, Tsuneoki, became a trusted general and passed into the service of Toyotomi Hideyoshi to whoim he became a close friend; he was killed at Nagakute. His son, Terumasa, would choose to back the Tokugawa and served at Sekigahara, along with several sons, leading 4500 troops in the rearguard. Terumasa received a huge fief at Himeji woth 520 000 koku. This was added too, but most the additional lands went to creating domains for his sons, most of whom became Daimyô themselves. The main line moved from Himeji to Tottori which they held till the Meiji Restoration. Another line held a 300 000+ koku fief at Okayama till 1871, while more modest fiefs were held at Fukumoto, Ikusaka, Kamogata, Kano and Wakasa. At Osaka in 1614 – 1615 both Toshitaka and Tadakatsu would lead sizeable contingents in the Tokugawa Army and played a prominent part, especially in capturing the forts north of Osaka, other relations attended the battle.
Mitsumasa gained control of the main line on the death of his father in 1616 but saw his income reduced as the Shogunate re-organized hans in the area. He soon moved to Tottori brefore finally settling at Okayama which he rulked till his death in 1672. He married a grand-daughter of Tokugawa Hidetada. His first son followed him at Okayama, his second and third sons became Daimyô as each received their own fief (Kamogata and Ikusaka) in 1672 when he retired, both these junior lines lasted till 1871.

Fiefs:
3rd and last Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 520 000 koku 1616 – 1617 姫路藩
3rd Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 1617 – 1632 325 000 koku 鳥取藩
3rd Ikeda and 5th Daimyô of Okayama, Bizen 315 000 koku 1632 – 1672 岡山藩
1st and last Ikeda and 1st and last Daimyô of Kojima, Bizen 20 000 koku 1648 – 1649 児島藩 [whilst holding Okayama as his main fief]

Parentage:
1st son of Ikeda Toshitaka 1584 – 1616 池田利隆 (いけだ としたか) Migi Emon Toku 右衛門督 Rôjû 侍従 Musashi no Kami 武蔵守 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
2nd Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 520 000 koku 1613 – 1616 姫路藩

Grandson of Ikeda Terumasa 1565 – 1613 池田輝政 (いけだ てるまさ) Sangi 参議 Rôjû 侍従 Musashi no Kami 武蔵守 Migi Konoe Shôshô 右近衛少将 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下 Sei-yon-i-ka Senior 4th Court rank Lower Grade 正四位下 Sei-san-i 正三位 Oku-ji-ni 贈従二位 [Married into Tokugawa family]
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 520 000 koku 1600 – 1613 姫路藩

Great-grandson of Ikeda Tsuneoki (Nobuteru) 1536 – 1584 池田恒興(いけだ つねおき)(池田信輝) Kii no Kami 紀伊守

Siblings:
Ikeda Tsunemoto 1611 – 1671 池田恒元(いけだ つねもと) Bingo no Kami 備後守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Yamazaki, Harima 38 000 koku 1649 – 1671 山崎藩

Wives / Concubines:
Enseiin 1618 - 1678 円盛院(えんせいいん) (daughter of Honda Tadatoki 1596 - 1626 本多忠刻(ほんだ ただとき)) [Granddaughter of Tokugawa Hidetada]

Children:
Sons –
1st Ikeda Tsunamasa 1638 – 1714 池田綱政 (いけだ つなまさ) Hidari Konoe Shôshô 左近衛少将 Iyo no Kami 伊予守 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
4th Ikeda and 6th Daimyô of Okayama, Bizen 315 000 koku 1672 – 1714 岡山藩

2nd Ikeda Masakoto 1645 – 1700 池田政言 (いけだ まさこと) Shinano no Kami 信濃守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Kamogata, Bitchû 25 000 koku 1672 – 1700 鴨方藩

3rd Ikeda Terutoshi 1649 – 1714 池田輝録 (いけだ てるとし) Tamba no Kami 丹波守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Ikusaka, Bitchû 15 000 koku 1672 – 1713 生坂藩

Daughters –
Married Môri Tsunamoto 1651 - 1709 毛利綱元(もうり つなもと)
Married Nakagawa Hisatsune 1641 - 1695 中川久恒(なかがわ ひさつね)
Married Sakakibara Masafusa 1641 - 1667 榊原政房(さかきばら まさふさ)
Married Honda Tadahira 1632 - 1695 本多忠平(ほんだ ただひら)
Married Ikeda Yoshisada 1634 - 1660 池田由貞(いけだ よしさだ)
Married Takigawa Kazumune 1629 - 1674 滝川一宗(たきがわ かずむね)
Married Ichijô Norisuke 1633 - 1707 一条教輔(いちじょう のりすけ)

Other Ikeda Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Ikeda Shigetoshi 1586 – 1631 池田重利(いけだ しげとし) (1st son of Shimo Tsumarairyû 1552 - 1609 下間頼龍(しもつま らいりゅう) adopted son of Ikeda Tsuneoki 1536 – 1584)
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Harima Shingu, Harima 10 000 koku 1617 – 1631 播磨新宮藩

Ikeda Shigemasa 1603 – 1651 池田重政(いけだ しげまさ) (1st son of Ikeda Shigetoshi 1586 – 1631) Kura no Suke 内蔵助 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Harima Shingu, Harima 10 000 koku 1631 – 1651 播磨新宮藩

Ikeda Masatsuna 1605 – 1631 池田政綱 (いけだ まさつな) (8th (5th) Son of Ikeda Terumasa 1565 – 1613) Ukiyo Daifu 右京大夫 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Akô, Harima 35 000 koku 1615 – 1631 赤穂藩

Ikeda Tadatsugu 1599 – 1615 池田忠継 (いけだ ただつぐ) (5th (2nd) Son of Ikeda Terumasa 1565 – 1613) Saemon no Kami 左衛門督 Rôjû 侍従 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Okayama, Bizen 280 - 380 000 koku 1603 – 1615 岡山藩

Ikeda Tadakatsu 1602 – 1632 池田忠雄 (いけだ ただかつ) (6th (3rd) son of Ikeda Terumasa 1565 – 1613) Miyauchi Shôsuke 宮内少輔 Sangi 参議 Sei-yon-i-ka 正四位下
1st and last Ikeda and 2nd and last Daimyô of Sumota, Awaji 30 000 koku 1610 – 1615 洲本藩
2nd Ikeda and 4th Daimyô of Okayama, Bizen 315 000 koku 1615 – 1632 岡山藩

Ikeda Teruzumi 1604 – 1662 池田輝澄 (いけだ てるずみ) (7th (4th) son of Ikeda Terumasa 1565 – 1613) Iwami no Kami 石見守 Rôjû 侍従 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Yamazaki, Harima 38 000 koku 1615 – 1640 山崎藩
1st and last Ikeda and 3rd and last Daimyô of Shikano, Inaba 10 000 koku 1640 – 1662 鹿野藩

Ikeda Teruoki 1611 – 1647 池田輝興 (いけだ てるおき) (9th (6th) son of Ikeda Terumasa 1656 – 1613) Ukon Daifu 右近大夫 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st and last Ikeda and 1st and last Daimyô of Hirafuku, Harima 25 000 koku 1615 – 1631 平福藩
2nd and last Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Akô, Harima 35 000 koku 1631 – 1645 赤穂藩 (Removed from office due to mental illness)

Ikeda Nagayoshi 1570 – 1614 池田長吉 (いけだ ながよし) (3rd son of Ikeda Tsuneoki 1536 – 1584) Bitchû no Kami 備中守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 60 000 koku 1600 – 1614 鳥取藩

Ikeda Nagayuki 1587 – 1632 池田長幸 (いけだ ながよし) (1st son of Ikeda Nagayoshi 1570 - 1614) Bitchû no Kami 備中守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 60 000 koku 1614 – 1617 鳥取藩
1st Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Matsuyama, Bitchû 65 000 koku 1617 – 1632 松山藩

Ikeda Nagatsune 1609 – 1641 池田長常 (いけだ としまさ) (1st son of Ikeda Nagayuki 1587 - 1632) Izumo no Kami 出雲守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd and last Ikeda and 4th Daimyô of Matsuyama, Bitchû 65 000 koku 1632 – 1641 松山藩

Ikeda Mitsunaka 1630 – 1693 池田光仲(いけだ みつなか) (1st son of Ikeda Tadakatsu 1602 – 1632) Hidari Konoe Shôshô 左近衛少将 Sagami no Kami 相模守 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下 [Married into Tokugawa family]
4th Ikeda and 4th Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 325 000 koku 1632 – 1685 鳥取藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Himeji, Harima (3 heads) 520 000 koku 1600 – 1617 姫路藩
Akô, Harima (2 heads) 35 000 koku 1600 – 1645 赤穂藩
Tottori, Inaba (16 heads) 60 – 325 000 koku 1600 – 1871 鳥取藩
Okayama, Bizen (12 heads) 280 – 380 – 315 000 koku 1603 – 1871 岡山藩
Sumota, Awaji (1 head) 30 000 koku 1610 – 1615 洲本藩 [Awajisumoto 淡路洲本藩]
Hirafuku, Harima (1 head) 25 000 koku 1615 – 1631 平福藩
Yamazaki, Harima (4 heads) 38 - 30 000 koku 1615 – 1678 山崎藩 [Tasuno 宍粟藩]
Matsuyama, Bitchû (2 heads) 65 000 koku 1617 – 1641 松山藩 [Bitchû Matsuyama 備中松山藩]
Harima Shingu, Harima (5 heads) 10 000 koku 1617 - >1670 播磨新宮藩
Shikano, Inaba (1 head) 10 000 koku 1640 – 1662 鹿野藩
Kojima, Bizen (1 head) 20 000 koku 1648 – 1649 児島藩
Fukumoto, Harima (8 heads) 10 – 7 – 6 - 10 573 koku 1663 – 1870 福本藩
Ikusaka, Bitchû (8 heads) 15 000 koku 1672 – 1871 生坂藩 [Okayamashinden 岡山新田藩]
Kamogata, Bitchû (10 heads) 25 000 koku 1672 – 1871 鴨方藩 [Okayamashinden 岡山新田藩]
Kano, Inaba (10 heads) 30 000 koku 1685 – 1869 鹿野藩 [Tottorishinden 鳥取東館新田藩]
Wakasa, Inaba (10 heads) 15 – 20 000 koku 1700 – 1870 若桜藩 [Tottorishinden 鳥取東館新田藩]


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39. 池田出雲守 Ikeda Izumo no Kami



Banners Left – right. O uma-jirushi – Sashimono – Nobori

The banners here are for Ikeda Nagatsune who held the Izumo no Kami title, however the same banners are also known to have been used by Ikeda Nagayuki, his father, who was Bitchû no Kami; as illustrated by Evalerio

IKEDA NAGATSUNE 1609 - 1641
池田長常 (いけだ としまさ)
Izumo no Kami 出雲守
Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Tozama

Depending on the source, the Ikeda of Owari were descended from either the Minamoto or the Kusunoki. They rose to prominence in the Sengoku period after Ikeda Tsunetoshi entered the service of Oda Nobuhide. His son, Tsuneoki, became a trusted general and passed into the service of Toyotomi Hideyoshi to whoim he became a close friend; he was killed at Nagakute. His son, Terumasa, would choose to back the Tokugawa and served at Sekigahara, along with several sons, leading 4500 troops in the rearguard. Terumasa received a huge fief at Himeji woth 520 000 koku. This was added too, but most the additional lands went to creating domains for his sons, most of whom became Daimyô themselves. The main line moved from Himeji to Tottori which they held till the Meiji Restoration. Another line held a 300 000+ koku fief at Okayama till 1871, while more modest fiefs were held at Fukumoto, Ikusaka, Kamogata, Kano and Wakasa. At Osaka in 1614 – 1615 both Toshitaka and Tadakatsu would lead sizeable contingents in the Tokugawa Army and played a prominent part, especially in capturing the forts north of Osaka, other relations attended the battle.
With Nagatsune we are looking at another line of the Ikeda, from Terumasa’s brother Nagayoshi. Nagayoshi received the Tottori domain, 60 000 koku, in 1600. This then passed to his son Nagayuki. In 1617 Nagayuki was moved to the Matsuyama han in Bitchû which passed to Nagatsune. With his death in 1641 this line appears to have ended as Daimyô.
Nagayoshi had been adopted by Toyotomi Hideyoshi but this did not stop him, along with the rest of the Ikeda, supporting the Tokugawa in 1600. He was present with his brother, Terumasa, in the attack on Gifu preceding the Battle of Sekigahara. His father took part in the Siege of Osaka, during the Summer Campaign.

Fiefs:
2nd and last Ikeda and 4th Daimyô of Matsuyama, Bitchû 65 000 koku 1632 – 1641 松山藩

Parentage:
1st son of Ikeda Nagayuki 1587 – 1632 池田長幸 (いけだ ながよし) Bitchû no Kami 備中守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 60 000 koku 1614 – 1617 鳥取藩
1st Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Matsuyama, Bitchû 65 000 koku 1617 – 1632 松山藩

Grandson of Ikeda Nagayoshi 1570 – 1614 池田長吉 (いけだ ながよし) Bitchû no Kami 備中守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 60 000 koku 1600 – 1614 鳥取藩

Great- grandson of Ikeda Tsuneoki (Nobuteru) 1536 – 1584 池田恒興(いけだ つねおき)(池田信輝) Kii no Kami 紀伊守

Siblings:
Ikeda Naganori ? - ? 池田長教(いけだ ながのり)
Ikeda Naganobu 1622 - 1656 池田長信(いけだ ながのぶ)
Ikeda Nagayasu 1626 - 1657 池田長泰(いけだ ながやす)
Ikeda Nagashige ? - ? 池田長重
Takashima Nagachika ? - ? 高島長親

Sister married Mizuno Naritoki? ? - ? 水野成言
Sister married Môri Nagatsugu 1610 - 1698 森長継(もり ながつぐ)
Sister married Hori Naotoki 1616 - 1643 堀直時(ほり なおとき)
Sister married Arao Nobunari 1620 - 1683 荒尾宣就(あらお のぶなり)

Wives / Concubines:
Married daughter of Hori Naoyori 1577 – 1639 堀直寄 (ほり なおより)

Children:
Sons –
None?

Daughters:
Married Wakebe Yoshiharu 1627 - 1658 分部嘉治(わけべ よしはる)
Married Mizoguchi Masayoshi ? - 1683 溝口政良(みぞぐち まさよし)
Married Sakai Tadahiro ? - ? 酒井忠洪

Other Ikeda Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Ikeda Shigetoshi 1586 – 1631 池田重利(いけだ しげとし) (1st son of Shimo Tsumarairyû 1552 - 1609 下間頼龍(しもつま らいりゅう) adopted son of Ikeda Tsuneoki 1536 – 1584)
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Harima Shingu, Harima 10 000 koku 1617 – 1631 播磨新宮藩

Ikeda Shigemasa 1603 – 1651 池田重政(いけだ しげまさ) (1st son of Ikeda Shigetoshi 1586 – 1631) Kura no Suke 内蔵助 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Harima Shingu, Harima 10 000 koku 1631 – 1651 播磨新宮藩

Ikeda Mitsumasa 1609 – 1682 池田光政(いけだ みつまさ) (1st son of Ikeda Toshitaka 1584 – 1616) Hidari Konoe Shôshô 左近衛少将 Shintaro 新太郎 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下 Oku-sei-san-i 贈正三位 [Married into Tokugawa family]
3rd and last Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 520 000 koku 1616 – 1617 姫路藩
3rd Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 1617 – 1632 325 000 koku 鳥取藩
3rd Ikeda and 5th Daimyô of Okayama, Bizen 315 000 koku 1632 – 1672 岡山藩
1st and last Ikeda and 1st and last Daimyô of Kojima, Bizen 20 000 koku 1648 – 1649 児島藩 [whilst holding Okayama as his main fief]

Ikeda Tsunemoto 1611 – 1671 池田恒元(いけだ つねもと) (Son of Ikeda Toshitaka 1584 – 1616) Bingo no Kami 備後守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Yamazaki, Harima 38 000 koku 1649 – 1671 山崎藩

Ikeda Terumasa 1565 – 1613 池田輝政 (いけだ てるまさ) Sangi 参議 Rôjû 侍従 Musashi no Kami 武蔵守 Migi Konoe Shôshô 右近衛少将 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Courty Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下 Sei-yon-i-ka Senior 4th Court rank Lower Grade 正四位下 Sei-san-i 正三位 Oku-ji-ni 贈従二位 [Married into Tokugawa family]
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 520 000 koku 1600 – 1613 姫路藩

Ikeda Mitsunaka 1630 – 1693 池田光仲(いけだ みつなか) (1st son of Ikeda Tadakatsu 1602 – 1632) Hidari Konoe Shôshô 左近衛少将 Sagami no Kami 相模守 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下 [Married into Tokugawa family]
4th Ikeda and 4th Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 325 000 koku 1632 – 1685 鳥取藩

Ikeda Masatsune 1605 – 1631 池田政綱 (いけだ まさつな) (8th (5th) Son of Ikeda Terumasa 1565 – 1613) Ukiyo Daifu 右京大夫 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Akô, Harima 35 000 koku 1615 – 1631 赤穂藩

Ikeda Toshitaka 1584 – 1616 池田利隆 (いけだ としたか) Migi Emon Toku 右衛門督 Rôjû 侍従 Musashi no Kami 武蔵守 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
2nd Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 520 000 koku 1613 – 1616 姫路藩

Ikeda Tadatsugu 1599 – 1615 池田忠継 (いけだ ただつぐ) Saemon no Kami 左衛門督 Rôjû 侍従 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Okayama, Bizen 280 - 380 000 koku 1603 – 1615 岡山藩

Ikeda Tadakatsu 1602 – 1632 池田忠雄 (いけだ ただかつ) Miyauchi Shôsuke 宮内少輔 Sangi 参議 Sei-yon-i-ka 正四位下
1st and last Ikeda and 2nd and last Daimyô of Sumota, Awaji 30 000 koku 1610 – 1615 洲本藩
2nd Ikeda and 4th Daimyô of Okayama, Bizen 315 000 koku 1615 – 1632 岡山藩

Ikeda Teruzumi 1604 – 1662 池田輝澄 (いけだ てるずみ) Iwami no Kami 石見守 Rôjû 侍従 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Yamazaki, Harima 38 000 koku 1615 – 1640 山崎藩
1st and last Ikeda and 3rd and last Daimyô of Shikano, Inaba 10 000 koku 1640 – 1662 鹿野藩

Ikeda Teruoki 1611 – 1647 池田輝興 (いけだ てるおき) Ukon Daifu 右近大夫 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st and last Ikeda and 1st and last Daimyô of Hirafuku, Harima 25 000 koku 1615 – 1631 平福藩
2nd and last Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Akô, Harima 35 000 koku 1631 – 1645 赤穂藩 (Removed from office due to mental illness)

The family would be Daimyô over:
Himeji, Harima (3 heads) 520 000 koku 1600 – 1617 姫路藩
Akô, Harima (2 heads) 35 000 koku 1600 – 1645 赤穂藩
Tottori, Inaba (16 heads) 60 – 325 000 koku 1600 – 1871 鳥取藩
Okayama, Bizen (12 heads) 280 – 380 – 315 000 koku 1603 – 1871 岡山藩
Sumota, Awaji (1 head) 30 000 koku 1610 – 1615 洲本藩 [Awajisumoto 淡路洲本藩]
Hirafuku, Harima (1 head) 25 000 koku 1615 – 1631 平福藩
Yamazaki, Harima (4 heads) 38 - 30 000 koku 1615 – 1678 山崎藩 [Tasuno 宍粟藩]
Matsuyama, Bitchû (2 heads) 65 000 koku 1617 – 1641 松山藩 [Bitchû Matsuyama 備中松山藩]
Harima Shingu, Harima (5 heads) 10 000 koku 1617 - >1670 播磨新宮藩
Shikano, Inaba (1 head) 10 000 koku 1640 – 1662 鹿野藩
Kojima, Bizen (1 head) 20 000 koku 1648 – 1649 児島藩
Fukumoto, Harima (8 heads) 10 – 7 – 6 - 10 573 koku 1663 – 1870 福本藩
Ikusaka, Bitchû (8 heads) 15 000 koku 1672 – 1871 生坂藩 [Okayamashinden 岡山新田藩]
Kamogata, Bitchû (10 heads) 25 000 koku 1672 – 1871 鴨方藩 [Okayamashinden 岡山新田藩]
Kano, Inaba (10 heads) 30 000 koku 1685 – 1869 鹿野藩 [Tottorishinden 鳥取東館新田藩]


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40. 備前宰相 Bizen Saishô



Banners Left - right. Ashigaru sashimono - Advance guard sashimono - Tsukaiban - Lord's helmet - O uma-jirushi - Nobori

This one has caused some difficulty from the start of the exercise and is still inconclusive.
Bizen Saishô is a title most associated with Ukita Hideie, but this is clearly not his heraldry.
Numerous searches on the net and elsewhere have not revealed another firm possibility, so we are left with what we know.
1. Ikeda Teruzumi apparently held the title at one point, but this is not his heraldry; which passed through his son Toshitaka to Mitsumasa and that has already appeared. But it does indicate the title was in the family.
2. The heraldry shown shows similarities with other Takeda family members, especially his brother Tadakatsu, which is in Evalerio’s thread, and who followed him as Daimyô. Indeed, they are so similar I even toyed with the idea the above is both Tadatsugu then Tadakatsu; and that remains a possibilty
3. Of the other senior sons of Terumasa, they either appear elsewhere here or in Evalerio’s thread, except for Ikeda Tadatsugu.
4. I have another illustration from a different source showing the same black/white/black Nobori attributed to Tadatsugu
5. Tadatsugu held Okayama in Bizen for a period, was a Daimyô and was related to the Tokugawa through his mother
As a result, and until some other information shows, I am wrong; I will continue to attribute this to Tadatsugu

IKEDA TADATSUGU 1599 - 1615
池田忠継 (いけだ ただつぐ)
Saemon no Kami 左衛門督
Rôjû 侍従
Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
Tozama

Depending on the source, the Ikeda of Owari were descended from either the Minamoto or the Kusunoki. They rose to prominence in the Sengoku period after Ikeda Tsunetoshi entered the service of Oda Nobuhide. His son, Tsuneoki, became a trusted general and passed into the service of Toyotomi Hideyoshi to whoim he became a close friend; he was killed at Nagakute. His son, Terumasa, would choose to back the Tokugawa and served at Sekigahara, along with several sons, leading 4500 troops in the rearguard. Terumasa received a huge fief at Himeji woth 520 000 koku. This was added too, but most the additional lands went to creating domains for his sons, most of whom became Daimyô themselves. The main line moved from Himeji to Tottori which they held till the Meiji Restoration. Another line held a 300 000+ koku fief at Okayama till 1871, while more modest fiefs were held at Fukumoto, Ikusaka, Kamogata, Kano and Wakasa. At Osaka in 1614 – 1615 both Toshitaka and Tadakatsu would lead sizeable contingents in the Tokugawa Army and played a prominent part, especially in capturing the forts north of Osaka, other relations attended the battle.
Tadatsugu was an infant at the time of Sekigahara and died in 1615, the year the Siege of Osaka concluded, and at an early age of 16. At the age of 4 he was the first Ikeda Daimyô of Okayama in Bizen which he held till his death, the han then passed to his younger brother Tadakatsu
Note the sons of Terumasa seem to be numbered in contradiction of their birth order (Masatora was 2nd in birth order but was ranked as 7th son) and this also applies to his next two brothers. I would presume this was because some had a Tokugawa mother, others didn’t.

Fiefs:
1st Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Okayama, Bizen 280 - 380 000 koku 1603 – 1615 岡山藩

Parentage:
5th (2nd) Son of Ikeda Terumasa 1565 – 1613 池田輝政 (いけだ てるまさ) Sangi 参議 Rôjû 侍従 Musashi no Kami 武蔵守 Migi Konoe Shôshô 右近衛少将 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Courty Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下 Sei-yon-i-ka Senior 4th Court rank Lower Grade 正四位下 Sei-san-i 正三位 Oku-ji-ni 贈従二位 [Married into Tokugawa family]
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 520 000 koku 1600 – 1613 姫路藩

Grandson of Ikeda Tsuneoki (Nobuteru) 1536 – 1584 池田恒興(いけだ つねおき)(池田信輝) Kii no Kami 紀伊守

Great-grandson of Ikeda Tsunetoshi ? - ? 池田恒利

Siblings:
1st Ikeda Toshitaka 1584 – 1616 池田利隆 (いけだ としたか) Migi Emon Toku 右衛門督 Rôjû 侍従 Musashi no Kami 武蔵守 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
2nd Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 520 000 koku 1613 – 1616 姫路藩

2nd (7th) Ikeda Masatora 1590 – 1635 池田政虎 (いけだ まさとら)

3rd (8th) Ikeda Terutaka ? - ? 池田輝高 (いけだ てるたか)

4th (9th) Ikeda Toshimasa 1594 – 1639 池田利政 (いけだ としまさ) Settsu no Kami 摂津守

6th (3rd) Ikeda Tadakatsu 1602 – 1632 池田忠雄 (いけだ ただかつ) Miyauchi Shôsuke 宮内少輔 Sangi 参議 Sei-yon-i-ka 正四位下
1st and last Ikeda and 2nd and last Daimyô of Sumota, Awaji 30 000 koku 1610 – 1615 洲本藩
2nd Ikeda and 4th Daimyô of Okayama, Bizen 315 000 koku 1615 – 1632 岡山藩

7th (4th) Ikeda Teruzumi 1604 – 1662 池田輝澄 (いけだ てるずみ) Iwami no Kami 石見守 Rôjû 侍従 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Yamazaki, Harima 38 000 koku 1615 – 1640 山崎藩
1st and last Ikeda and 3rd and last Daimyô of Shikano, Inaba 10 000 koku 1640 – 1662 鹿野藩

8th (5th) Ikeda Masatsune 1605 – 1631 池田政綱 (いけだ まさつな) Ukiyo Daifu 右京大夫 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Akô, Harima 35 000 koku 1615 – 1631 赤穂藩

9th (6th) Ikeda Teruoki 1611 – 1647 池田輝興 (いけだ てるおき) Ukon Daifu 右近大夫 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st and last Ikeda and 1st and last Daimyô of Hirafuku, Harima 25 000 koku 1615 – 1631 平福藩
2nd and last Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Akô, Harima 35 000 koku 1631 – 1645 赤穂藩 (Removed from office due to mental illness)

Sister married Kyôgoku Takahiro 1599 - 1677 京極高広(きょうごく たかひろ)
Sister - Kôshôin 1607 - 1659 孝勝院 (こうしょういん)

Wives / Concubines:
Married daughter of Môri Tadamasa 1570 - 1634 森忠政(もり ただまさ)

Children:
Sons –
None?

Daughters:
None?

Other Ikeda Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Ikeda Shigetoshi 1586 – 1631 池田重利(いけだ しげとし) (1st son of Shimo Tsumarairyû 1552 - 1609 下間頼龍(しもつま らいりゅう) adopted son of Ikeda Tsuneoki 1536 – 1584)
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Harima Shingu, Harima 10 000 koku 1617 – 1631 播磨新宮藩

Ikeda Shigemasa 1603 – 1651 池田重政(いけだ しげまさ) (1st son of Ikeda Shigetoshi 1586 – 1631) Kura no Suke 内蔵助 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Harima Shingu, Harima 10 000 koku 1631 – 1651 播磨新宮藩

Ikeda Mitsumasa 1609 – 1682 池田光政(いけだ みつまさ) (1st son of Ikeda Toshitaka 1584 – 1616) Hidari Konoe Shôshô 左近衛少将 Shintaro 新太郎 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下 Oku-sei-san-i 贈正三位 [Married into Tokugawa family]
3rd and last Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 520 000 koku 1616 – 1617 姫路藩
3rd Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 1617 – 1632 325 000 koku 鳥取藩
3rd Ikeda and 5th Daimyô of Okayama, Bizen 315 000 koku 1632 – 1672 岡山藩
1st and last Ikeda and 1st and last Daimyô of Kojima, Bizen 20 000 koku 1648 – 1649 児島藩 [whilst holding Okayama as his main fief]

Ikeda Tsunemoto 1611 – 1671 池田恒元(いけだ つねもと) (Son of Ikeda Toshitaka 1584 – 1616) Bingo no Kami 備後守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Yamazaki, Harima 38 000 koku 1649 – 1671 山崎藩

Ikeda Nagayoshi 1570 – 1614 池田長吉 (いけだ ながよし) (3rd son of Ikeda Tsuneoki 1536 – 1584) Bitchû no Kami 備中守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 60 000 koku 1600 – 1614 鳥取藩

Ikeda Nagayuki 1587 – 1632 池田長幸 (いけだ ながよし) (1st son of Ikeda Nagayoshi 1570 - 1614) Bitchû no Kami 備中守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 60 000 koku 1614 – 1617 鳥取藩
1st Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Matsuyama, Bitchû 65 000 koku 1617 – 1632 松山藩

Ikeda Nagatsune 1609 – 1641 池田長常 (いけだ としまさ) (1st son of Ikeda Nagayukii 1587 - 1632) Izumo no Kami 出雲守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd and last Ikeda and 4th Daimyô of Matsuyama, Bitchû 65 000 koku 1632 – 1641 松山藩

Ikeda Mitsunaka 1630 – 1693 池田光仲(いけだ みつなか) (1st son of Ikeda Tadakatsu 1602 – 1632) Hidari Konoe Shôshô 左近衛少将 Sagami no Kami 相模守 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下 [Married into Tokugawa family]
4th Ikeda and 4th Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 325 000 koku 1632 – 1685 鳥取藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Himeji, Harima (3 heads) 520 000 koku 1600 – 1617 姫路藩
Akô, Harima (2 heads) 35 000 koku 1600 – 1645 赤穂藩
Tottori, Inaba (16 heads) 60 – 325 000 koku 1600 – 1871 鳥取藩
Okayama, Bizen (12 heads) 280 – 380 – 315 000 koku 1603 – 1871 岡山藩
Sumota, Awaji (1 head) 30 000 koku 1610 – 1615 洲本藩 [Awajisumoto 淡路洲本藩]
Hirafuku, Harima (1 head) 25 000 koku 1615 – 1631 平福藩
Yamazaki, Harima (4 heads) 38 - 30 000 koku 1615 – 1678 山崎藩 [Tasuno 宍粟藩]
Matsuyama, Bitchû (2 heads) 65 000 koku 1617 – 1641 松山藩 [Bitchû Matsuyama 備中松山藩]
Harima Shingu, Harima (5 heads) 10 000 koku 1617 - >1670 播磨新宮藩
Shikano, Inaba (1 head) 10 000 koku 1640 – 1662 鹿野藩
Kojima, Bizen (1 head) 20 000 koku 1648 – 1649 児島藩
Fukumoto, Harima (8 heads) 10 – 7 – 6 - 10 573 koku 1663 – 1870 福本藩
Ikusaka, Bitchû (8 heads) 15 000 koku 1672 – 1871 生坂藩 [Okayamashinden 岡山新田藩]
Kamogata, Bitchû (10 heads) 25 000 koku 1672 – 1871 鴨方藩 [Okayamashinden 岡山新田藩]
Kano, Inaba (10 heads) 30 000 koku 1685 – 1869 鹿野藩 [Tottorishinden 鳥取東館新田藩]
Wakasa, Inaba (10 heads) 15 – 20 000 koku 1700 – 1870 若桜藩 [Tottorishinden 鳥取東館新田藩]


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41. 松平石見守 Matsudaira Iwami no Kami



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IKEDA TERUZUMI 1604 – 1662
池田輝澄 (いけだ てるずみ)
Iwami no Kami 石見守
Rôjû 侍従 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
Tozama

Depending on the source, the Ikeda of Owari were descended from either the Minamoto or the Kusunoki. They rose to prominence in the Sengoku period after Ikeda Tsunetoshi entered the service of Oda Nobuhide. His son, Tsuneoki, became a trusted general and passed into the service of Toyotomi Hideyoshi to whoim he became a close friend; he was killed at Nagakute. His son, Terumasa, would choose to back the Tokugawa and served at Sekigahara, along with several sons, leading 4500 troops in the rearguard. Terumasa received a huge fief at Himeji woth 520 000 koku. This was added too, but most the additional lands went to creating domains for his sons, most of whom became Daimyô themselves. The main line moved from Himeji to Tottori which they held till the Meiji Restoration. Another line held a 300 000+ koku fief at Okayama till 1871, while more modest fiefs were held at Fukumoto, Ikusaka, Kamogata, Kano and Wakasa. At Osaka in 1614 – 1615 both Toshitaka and Tadakatsu would lead sizeable contingents in the Tokugawa Army and played a prominent part, especially in capturing the forts north of Osaka, other relations attended the battle.
Teruzumi was born after Sekigahara and would be only 10-11 at the time of Osaka. Aged 11 he became the first Daimyô of Yamazaki in Harima, which he held for 25 years, the han was then given to one of his cousins and he was moved to the much smaller Shikano in Inaba which he held till his death.
Note the sons of Terumasa seem to be numbered in contradiction of their birth order (Masatora was 2nd in birth order but was ranked as 7th son) and this also applies to his next two brothers. I would presume this was because some had a Tokugawa mother, others didn’t.

Fiefs:
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Yamazaki, Harima 38 000 koku 1615 – 1640 山崎藩
1st and last Ikeda and 3rd and last Daimyô of Shikano, Inaba 10 000 koku 1640 – 1662 鹿野藩

Parentage:
7th (4th) Son of Ikeda Terumasa 1565 – 1613 池田輝政 (いけだ てるまさ) Sangi 参議 Rôjû 侍従 Musashi no Kami 武蔵守 Migi Konoe Shôshô 右近衛少将 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Courty Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下 Sei-yon-i-ka Senior 4th Court rank Lower Grade 正四位下 Sei-san-i 正三位 Oku-ji-ni 贈従二位 [Married into Tokugawa family]
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 520 000 koku 1600 – 1613 姫路藩

Grandson of Ikeda Tsuneoki (Nobuteru) 1536 – 1584 池田恒興(いけだ つねおき)(池田信輝) Kii no Kami 紀伊守

Great-grandson of Ikeda Tsunetoshi ? - ? 池田恒利

Siblings:
1st Ikeda Toshitaka 1584 – 1616 池田利隆 (いけだ としたか) Migi Emon Toku 右衛門督 Rôjû 侍従 Musashi no Kami 武蔵守 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
2nd Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 520 000 koku 1613 – 1616 姫路藩

2nd (7th) Ikeda Masatora 1590 – 1635 池田政虎 (いけだ まさとら)

3rd (8th) Ikeda Terutaka ? - ? 池田輝高 (いけだ てるたか)

4th (9th) Ikeda Toshimasa 1594 – 1639 池田利政 (いけだ としまさ) Settsu no Kami 摂津守

5th (2nd) Ikeda Tadatsugu 1599 – 1615 池田忠継 (いけだ ただつぐ) Saemon no Kami 左衛門督 Rôjû 侍従 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Okayama, Bizen 280 - 380 000 koku 1603 – 1615 岡山藩

6th (3rd) Ikeda Tadakatsu 1602 – 1632 池田忠雄 (いけだ ただかつ) Miyauchi Shôsuke 宮内少輔 Sangi 参議 Sei-yon-i-ka 正四位下
1st and last Ikeda and 2nd and last Daimyô of Sumota, Awaji 30 000 koku 1610 – 1615 洲本藩
2nd Ikeda and 4th Daimyô of Okayama, Bizen 315 000 koku 1615 – 1632 岡山藩

8th (5th) Ikeda Masatsuna 1605 – 1631 池田政綱 (いけだ まさつな) Ukiyo Daifu 右京大夫 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Akô, Harima 35 000 koku 1615 – 1631 赤穂藩

9th (6th) Ikeda Teruoki 1611 – 1647 池田輝興 (いけだ てるおき) Ukon Daifu 右近大夫 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st and last Ikeda and 1st and last Daimyô of Hirafuku, Harima 25 000 koku 1615 – 1631 平福藩
2nd and last Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Akô, Harima 35 000 koku 1631 – 1645 赤穂藩 (Removed from office due to mental illness)

Sister married Kyôgoku Takahiro 1599 - 1677 京極高広(きょうごく たかひろ)
Sister - Kôshôin 1607 - 1659 孝勝院 (こうしょういん)

Wives / Concubines:
Married daughter of Ikoma Masatoshi 1586 - 1621 生駒正俊(いこま まさとし)

Children:
Sons –
Ikeda Masanao 1634 - 1666 池田政直(いけだ まさなお) Noto no Kami 能登守 Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Ikeda Masatake 1649 - 1687 池田政武(いけだ まさたけ)
Ikeda Masanari 1641 – 1697 池田政済(いけだ まさなり)
Ikeda Takenori 1646 – 1695 池田武憲(いけだ たけのり)
Kôkan 公侃(こうかん)

Daughters:
Married Kuki Takamasa 1647 - 1669 九鬼隆昌(くき たかまさ)
Married Fukuda Hisashi? ? - ? 福田久可

Other Ikeda Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Ikeda Shigetoshi 1586 – 1631 池田重利(いけだ しげとし) (1st son of Shimo Tsumarairyû 1552 - 1609 下間頼龍(しもつま らいりゅう) adopted son of Ikeda Tsuneoki 1536 – 1584)
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Harima Shingu, Harima 10 000 koku 1617 – 1631 播磨新宮藩

Ikeda Shigemasa 1603 – 1651 池田重政(いけだ しげまさ) (1st son of Ikeda Shigetoshi 1586 – 1631) Kura no Suke 内蔵助 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Harima Shingu, Harima 10 000 koku 1631 – 1651 播磨新宮藩

Ikeda Mitsumasa 1609 – 1682 池田光政(いけだ みつまさ) (1st son of Ikeda Toshitaka 1584 – 1616) Hidari Konoe Shôshô 左近衛少将 Shintaro 新太郎 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下 Oku-sei-san-i 贈正三位 [Married into Tokugawa family]
3rd and last Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Himeji, Harima 520 000 koku 1616 – 1617 姫路藩
3rd Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 1617 – 1632 325 000 koku 鳥取藩
3rd Ikeda and 5th Daimyô of Okayama, Bizen 315 000 koku 1632 – 1672 岡山藩
1st and last Ikeda and 1st and last Daimyô of Kojima, Bizen 20 000 koku 1648 – 1649 児島藩 [whilst holding Okayama as his main fief]

Ikeda Tsunemoto 1611 – 1671 池田恒元(いけだ つねもと) (Son of Ikeda Toshitaka 1584 – 1616) Bingo no Kami 備後守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Yamazaki, Harima 38 000 koku 1649 – 1671 山崎藩

Ikeda Nagayoshi 1570 – 1614 池田長吉 (いけだ ながよし) (3rd son of Ikeda Tsuneoki 1536 – 1584) Bitchû no Kami 備中守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Ikeda and 1st Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 60 000 koku 1600 – 1614 鳥取藩

Ikeda Nagayuki 1587 – 1632 池田長幸 (いけだ ながよし) (1st son of Ikeda Nagayoshi 1570 - 1614) Bitchû no Kami 備中守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Ikeda and 2nd Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 60 000 koku 1614 – 1617 鳥取藩
1st Ikeda and 3rd Daimyô of Matsuyama, Bitchû 65 000 koku 1617 – 1632 松山藩

Ikeda Nagatsune 1609 – 1641 池田長常 (いけだ としまさ) (1st son of Ikeda Nagayukii 1587 - 1632) Izumo no Kami 出雲守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd and last Ikeda and 4th Daimyô of Matsuyama, Bitchû 65 000 koku 1632 – 1641 松山藩

Ikeda Mitsunaka 1630 – 1693 池田光仲(いけだ みつなか) (1st son of Ikeda Tadakatsu 1602 – 1632) Hidari Konoe Shôshô 左近衛少将 Sagami no Kami 相模守 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下 [Married into Tokugawa family]
4th Ikeda and 4th Daimyô of Tottori, Inaba 325 000 koku 1632 – 1685 鳥取藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Himeji, Harima (3 heads) 520 000 koku 1600 – 1617 姫路藩
Akô, Harima (2 heads) 35 000 koku 1600 – 1645 赤穂藩
Tottori, Inaba (16 heads) 60 – 325 000 koku 1600 – 1871 鳥取藩
Okayama, Bizen (12 heads) 280 – 380 – 315 000 koku 1603 – 1871 岡山藩
Sumota, Awaji (1 head) 30 000 koku 1610 – 1615 洲本藩 [Awajisumoto 淡路洲本藩]
Hirafuku, Harima (1 head) 25 000 koku 1615 – 1631 平福藩
Yamazaki, Harima (4 heads) 38 - 30 000 koku 1615 – 1678 山崎藩 [Tasuno 宍粟藩]
Matsuyama, Bitchû (2 heads) 65 000 koku 1617 – 1641 松山藩 [Bitchû Matsuyama 備中松山藩]
Harima Shingu, Harima (5 heads) 10 000 koku 1617 - >1670 播磨新宮藩
Shikano, Inaba (1 head) 10 000 koku 1640 – 1662 鹿野藩
Kojima, Bizen (1 head) 20 000 koku 1648 – 1649 児島藩
Fukumoto, Harima (8 heads) 10 – 7 – 6 - 10 573 koku 1663 – 1870 福本藩
Ikusaka, Bitchû (8 heads) 15 000 koku 1672 – 1871 生坂藩 [Okayamashinden 岡山新田藩]
Kamogata, Bitchû (10 heads) 25 000 koku 1672 – 1871 鴨方藩 [Okayamashinden 岡山新田藩]
Kano, Inaba (10 heads) 30 000 koku 1685 – 1869 鹿野藩 [Tottorishinden 鳥取東館新田藩]
Wakasa, Inaba (10 heads) 15 – 20 000 koku 1700 – 1870 若桜藩 [Tottorishinden 鳥取東館新田藩]


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42. 生駒讃岐守 Ikoma Sanuki no Kami



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Sanuki no Kami is valid for both Kazumasa and his son Masatoshi, so could refer to either or both

IKOMA KAZUMASA 1555 – 1610
生駒一正 (いこま かずまさ)
Sanuki no Kami 讃岐守
Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Tozama

The family descended from the Norther Fujiwara and moved to Owari in the Heian Period where they adopted the name Ikoma. They came to prominence in the late Sengoku when the family served the Oda, Toyotomi and Tokugawa in turn.
Chikamasa served Nobunaga then Hideyoshi and saw action in or at Nagashino, Yamazaki, Chugoku Campaign, Shizugatake, Komaki Campaign and Odawara, then in the Imjin Campaign. He received Takamatsu in Sanuki, which meant his income had risen from 20 000 to c170 000 during his career.
In 1600 he sent his son, Kazumasa, to join Ieyasu where Kazumasa led1 800 men at Sekigahara alongside his cousin Toshitoyo; however Chikamasa personally pretended to be ill and sent his own troops to the Siege of Tanabe Castle on the Western side. Hedging his bets paid off and due to the service of Kazumasa and Toshitoyo the family kept their domain, Chikamasa retired as a monk due to his own actions.
Kazumasa took over the domains, and on his death in 1610 they passed to his son, Masatoshi. Kazumasa had served alongside his father during most of the period and Masatoshi saw action at Osaka. Kazumasa oversaw the transfer of the family capital from Marugame to Takamatsu.
The domain passed to Masatoshi’s son Takatoshi in 1621. In 1640 due to inept leadership there was an uprising in the domain and as a result he was transferred to a very much smaller domain at Yajima in Dewa. Within a short period of his death it was further reduced to a Hatamoto holding and stayed that way till the latter part of the Edo period when the last holder, Chikayuki, was raised back to Daimyô status.

Fiefs:
2nd Ikoma and 2nd Daimyô of Takamatsu, Sanuki 173 000 koku 1600 – 1610 高松藩 [The han also included Marugame, Sanuki 丸亀藩]

Parentage:
1st son of Ikoma Chikamasa 1526 – 1603 生駒 親正(いこま ちかまさ) Uta Ryô 雅楽頭 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
1st Ikoma and 1st Daimyô of Takamatsu, Sanuki 173 000 koku 1587 – 1600 高松藩 [The han also included Marugame, Sanuki 丸亀藩]

Grandson of Ikoma Chikashige ? – 1570 生駒親重(いこま ちかしげ)

Great Grandson of Ikoma Toyomasa ? 生駒豊政

Siblings:
None?

Wives / Concubines:
Married daughter of Hori Hideshige 1532 – 1606 堀秀重 (ほり ひでしげ)

Children:
Sons –
1st Ikoma Masatoshi 1586 – 1621 生駒正俊(いこま まさとし) Sanuki no Kami 讃岐守 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
3rd Ikoma and 3rd Daimyô of Takamatsu, Sanuki 173 000 koku 1610 – 1621 高松藩 [The han also included Marugame, Sanuki 丸亀藩]

Ikoma Masanobu ? – 1615 生駒正信(いこま まさのぶ)
Ikoma Masafusa ? - ? 生駒正房(いこま まさふさ)
Iriya Morikore 入谷盛之

Daughters –
Married Inokuma Noritoshi ? - 1609 猪熊教利(いのくま のりとし)
Married Kondô Masanari 1588 - 1618 近藤政成(こんどう まさなり)

Other Ikoma Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Ikoma Takatoshi 1611 – 1659 生駒高俊 (いこま たかとし) (1st son of Ikoma Masatoshi 1586 – 1621) Iki no Kami 壱岐守 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
4th and last Ikoma and 4th Daimyô of Takamatsu, Sanuki 173 000 koku 1621 – 1640 高松藩 [The han also included Marugame, Sanuki 丸亀藩]
1st Ikoma and 1st Daimyô of Yashima, Dewa 10 000 koku 1640 – 1658 矢島藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Marugame, Sanuki (4 heads) 1600 – 1640 173 000 koku 丸亀藩
Takamatsu, Sanuki (4 heads) 1600 – 1640 173 000 koku 高松藩 (This was a combined holding of 173 000 koku with Marugame)
Yashima, Dewa (13 heads) 1640 – 1871? 10 – 8 – 15 200 koku 矢島藩 (Only the first two and the last holder were Daimyô, rest were Hatamoto status)


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43. 稲葉彦六 Inaba Hikoroku



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Hikoroku appears to be an alternative name rather than a title and I cannot find it applied to any other members of the family, although his great-grandson Nobumichi appears to have been called Hikoshirô,

INABA SADAMICHI 1546 – 1603
稲葉貞道 (いなば さだみち)
Migi kyô akira 右京亮
Rôjû 侍従
Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Tozama

The Inaba line descended from the Kôno, and were from Mino. In the Sengoku the famly centres from Inaba Ittetsu who served the Saitô, Oda, and Toyotomi. He fought at Anegawa, the Siege of the Ishiyama-Honganji, and during the Komaki campaign. His sons would follow similar careers, but some moved into the Tokugawa camp. His eldest son – Shigemichi – died before Sekigahara so the family was led by Sadamichi, his second son.
At the time of Sekigahara, the family was split. A contingent at the battle under the Tokugawa was led by Michitô (the 3rd son of Shigemichi). The family were land-holders in Mino and three of the family – Sadamichi, his son Norimichi (1566 – 1626) and Michishige (? – 1618, the 2nd son of Shigemichi) were garrison troops on the Western side in Mino province.
The main line under Sadamichi would receive Usuki in Bungo, which they held till 1871. the other lines are convoluted, with various offspring receiving short-lived domains, and in line with other Daimyô, being moved around frequently.
Two cadet lines survived, one at Yodo in Yamashiro which had originated with Inaba Masanari, the adopted heir of Inaba Shigemichi; and the other at Tateyama in Awa which had originated with a son of Inaba Masachika the 4th Daimyô of the Yodo han.
It appears these two lines were classed as Fudai, and Yodo had twice the income of the senior line, which is unusual.

Fiefs:
1st Inaba and 1st Daimyô of Usuki, Bungo 50 000 koku 1600 – 1603 臼杵藩

Parentage:
2nd son of Inaba Ittetsu (Yoshimichi) 1515 – 1589 稲葉一鉄 (いなば いってつ) (稲葉良通 (いなば よしみち)) Iyo no Kami 伊予守 Jûsan-i 従三位

Grandson of Inaba Michitoshi ? - ? 稲葉通利

Siblings:
Inaba Shigemichi ? – 1598 稲葉重通 (いなば しげみち) Hyogôto 兵庫頭 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Inaba Masamichi 1566 – 1640 稲葉方通
Inaba Masashige 1571 – 1628
Sister married Saitô Toshimitsu 1534 – 1582 斎藤利三
Sister married Horrike ?? 堀池半之丞

Wives / Concubines:
Married daughter of Saitô Dôsan 1494 – 1556 斎藤道三 (さいとう どうさん)
Married daughter of Oda Nobuhide 1510 – 1551 織田信秀 (おだ のぶひで)
Married daughter of Maeda Gen’I 1539 – 1602 前田玄以 (まえだ げんい)

Children:
Sons –
1st Inaba Norimichi 1566 – 1626 稲葉典通 (いなば のりみち) Rôjû 侍従 Jûshi-i-ge 従四位下 Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade
2nd Inaba and 2nd Daimyô of Usuki, Bungo 50 000 koku 1603 – 1626 臼杵藩

2nd Inaba Hidemichi 稲葉秀方
3rd Inaba Michitaka 1607 - ? 稲葉通孝 (いなば みちたか) Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
4th Inaba Harumichi 稲葉大学

Daughters –
Married Akaza Mitsusuke 赤座弥助
Married Chûbô Hidemasa 中坊秀政
Married Oda Nobuhide ? - ? 織田信秀 (おだ のぶひで) [Son of Oda Nobunaga]
Married Shibata Katsutoyo 1556 - 1583 柴田勝豊(しばた かつとよ)

Other Inaba Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Inaba Masakatsu 1597 – 1634 稲葉正勝 (いなば まさかつ) (2nd son of Inaba Masanari 1571 – 1628) Tango no Kami 丹後守 Jûgo-i-ge 従五位下 Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade
1st and last Inaba and 1st and last Daimyô of Kakioka, Hitachi 10 000 koku 1624 – 1628 柿岡藩
2nd and last Inaba and 4th and last Daimyô of Môka, Shimotsuke 20 - 40 000 koku 1628 – 1632 真岡藩
1st Inaba and 4th Daimyô of Odawara, Sagami 85 000 koku 1632 – 1634 小田原藩

Inaba Masanari 1571 – 1628 稲葉正成(いなば まさなり) (Son of Hayashi Masahide 林政秀 Adopted heir of Inaba Shigemichi ? – 1598) Sado no Kami 佐渡守 Takumi no Suke 内匠頭 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下1st and last Inaba and Daimyô of Jûshichijô, Mino 10 – 20 000 koku 1607 – 1618 十七条藩
1st Inaba and 3rd Daimyô of Môka, Shimotsuke 20 – 40 000 koku 1627 – 1628 真岡藩

Inaba Masanori 1623 – 1696 稲葉正則 (いなば まさのり) (2nd son of Inaba Masakatsu 1597 – 1634) Mino no Kami 美濃守 Jûshi-i-ge 従四位下 Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade
2nd Inaba and 5th Daimyô of Odawara, Sagami 85 000 koku 1634 – 1683 小田原藩

Inaba Masatsugu 1591 – 1628 稲葉正次(いなば まさつぐ) (Son of Inaba Masanari 1571 – 1628)
1st Inaba Hatamoto of Aono, Mino 5 000 koku 1618 - 1628 青野藩

Inaba Masayoshi 1618 – 1656 稲葉正吉(いなば まさよし) (Son of Inaba Masanari 1571 – 1628) Ise no Kami 伊勢守 Jûgo-i-ge 従五位下 Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade
2nd Inaba Hatamoto of Aono, Mino 5 000 koku 1628 - 1656 青野藩

Inaba Michishige ? - 1618 稲葉通重(いなば みちしげ) (2nd son of Inaba Shigemichi – 1598) Kai no Kami 甲斐守
1st and last Inaba and 1st and last Daimyô of Shimizu, Mino 12 000 koku 1598 – 1607 清水藩

Inaba Michitô 1570 - 1608 稲葉道通(いなば みちとお) (3rd son of Inaba Shigemichi ? – 1598) Sakon Kurôdo 左近蔵人 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st and last Inaba and 2nd and last Daimyô of Ise Iwate, Ise 20 000 – 45 700 koku 1593 - 1600 伊勢岩手藩
1st Inaba and 2nd Daimyô of Tamaru, Ise 45 700 koku 1600 - 1607 田丸藩

Inaba Norimichi 1603 – 1648 稲葉紀通 (いなば のりみち) (2nd son of Inaba Michitô 1570 – 1608) Awaji no Kami 淡路守 Jûgo-i-ge 従五位下 Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade
2nd and last Inaba and 3rd and last Daimyô of Tamaru, Ise 45 700 koku 1607 – 1616 田丸藩
1st and last Inaba and 1st and last Daimyô of Nakajima, Settsu 45 700 koku 1616 - 1624 中島藩
Ist and last Inaba and 3rd Daimyô of Fukuchiyama, Tamba 45 000 koku 1624 - 1648 福知山藩

Inaba Kazumichi 1587 – 1641 稲葉一通 (いなば かずみち) (1st son of Inaba Norimichi 1566 – 1626) Minbu no Shôbu 民部少輔 Jûgo-i-ge 従五位下 Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade
3rd Inaba and 3rd Daimyô of Usuki, Bungo 50 000 koku 1627 – 1641 臼杵藩

Inaba Nobumichi 1608 – 1673 稲葉信通 (いなば のぶみち) (1st son of Inaba Kazumichi 1587 – 1641) Hikoshirô 彦四郎 Noto no Kami 能登守 Jûgo-i-ge 従五位下 Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade
4th Inaba and 4th Daimyô of Usuki, Bungo 50 000 koku 1641 – 1673 臼杵藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Ise Iwate, Ise (1 head) 20 – 45 700 koku 1593 – 1600 伊勢岩手藩
Shimizu, Mino (1 head) 12 000 koku 1598 – 1607 清水藩
Tamaru, Ise (2 heads) 45 700 koku 1600 – 1616 田丸藩
Jushichijô, Mino (1 head) 10 – 20 000 koku 1607 – 1618 十七条藩
Nakajima, Settsu (1 head) 45 700 koku 1616 – 1624 中島藩
Aono, Mino (3 heads) 5 – 12 000 koku 1618 – 1682 青野藩 [The 3rd holder Masayasu was elevated to Daimyô status]
Kakioka, HJitachi (1 head) 10 000 koku 1624 – 1628 柿岡藩
Fukuchiyama, Tamba (1 head) 45 000 koku 1624 – 1648 福知山藩
Môka, Shimotsuke (2 heads) 20 – 40 000 koku 1627 – 1632 真岡藩
Odawara, Sagami (3 heads) 85 – 102 000 koku 1632 – 1685 小田原藩
Takada, Echigo (1 head) 103 000 koku 1685 – 1701 高田藩
Sakura, Shimôsa (2 heads) 102 000 koku 1701 – 1723 佐倉藩
Yodo, Yamashiro (12 heads) 102 000 koku 1723 – 1871 淀藩
Tateyama, Awa (4 heads) 10 – 13 – 10 000 koku 1781 – 1871 館山藩
Usuki, Bungo (15 heads) 50 000 koku 1600 – 1871 臼杵藩


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44. 稲葉美濃守 Inaba Mino no Kami



Banners Left – right. Lord’s helmet – Tsukaiban – Teppô no mono – Tsukaiban - Samurai sashimono - Ko uma-jirushi – O uma-jirushi – Nobori

The only Inaba holding the title in the period appears to be Inaba Masanori 1623 – 1646. We know the banners illustrated where used by Inaba Ittetsu, so the presumption must be they passed direct through the family:- Ittetsu (Iyo no Kami) – Shigemichi (Hyogôto) – Masanari (Sado no Kami) – Masakatsu (Tango no Kami) – Masanori, and all these individuals held them at some stage.
This line would eventually hold the Yodo han, so where stated in the previous entry on Sadamichi, the Yodo line had a larger income than the senior line at Usuki, it also appears to have inherited the “senior” banners, which raises the question which was the senior line?

INABA MASANORI 1623 - 1696
稲葉正則 (いなば まさのり)
Mino no Kami 美濃守
Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
Fudai

The Inaba line descended from the Kôno, and were from Mino. In the Sengoku the family centres from Inaba Ittetsu who served the Saitô, Oda, and Toyotomi. He fought at Anegawa, the Siege of the Ishiyama-Honganji, and during the Komaki campaign. His sons would follow similar careers, but some moved into the Tokugawa camp. His eldest son – Shigemichi – died before Sekigahara so the family was led by Sadamichi, his second son.
At the time of Sekigahara, the family was split. A contingent at the battle under the Tokugawa was led by Michitô (the 3rd son of Shigemichi). The family were land-holders in Mino and three of the family – Sadamichi, his son Norimichi (1566 – 1626) and Michishige (? – 1618, the 2nd son of Shigemichi) were garrison troops on the Western side in Mino province.
The main line under Sadamichi would receive Usuki in Bungo, which they held till 1871. the other lines are convoluted, with various offspring receiving short-lived domains, and in line with other Daimyô being moved around frequently.
Two cadet lines survived, one at Yodo in Yamashiro which had originated with Inaba Masanari, the adopted heir of Inaba Shigemichi; and the other at Tateyama in Awa which had originated with a son of Inaba Masachika the 4th Daimyô of the Yodo han.
It appears these two lines were classed as Fudai.

Fiefs:
2nd Inaba and 5th Daimyô of Odawara, Sagami 85 000 koku 1634 – 1683 小田原藩

Parentage:
2nd son of Inaba Masakatsu 1597 – 1634 稲葉正勝 (いなば まさかつ) Tango no Kami 丹後守 Jûgo-i-ge 従五位下 Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade
1st and last Inaba and 1st and last Daimyô of Kakioka, Hitachi 10 000 koku 1624 – 1628 柿岡藩
2nd and last Inaba and 4th and last Daimyô of Môka, Shimotsuke 20 - 40 000 koku 1628 – 1632 真岡藩
1st Inaba and 4th Daimyô of Odawara, Sagami 85 000 koku 1632 – 1634 小田原藩

Grandson of Inaba Masanari 1571 – 1628 稲葉正成(いなば まさなり) (Son of Hayashi Masahide 林政秀 Adopted heir of Inaba Shigemichi ? – 1598) Sado no Kami 佐渡守 Takumi no Suke 内匠頭 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st and last Inaba and 1st and last Daimyô of Jûshichijô, Mino 10 – 20 000 koku 1607 – 1618 十七条藩
1st Inaba and 3rd Daimyô of Môka, Shimotsuke 20 – 40 000 koku 1627 – 1628 真岡藩

Great-grandson of Inaba Shigemichi ? – 1598 稲葉重通 (いなば しげみち) Hyogôto 兵庫頭 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下

Great-great-grandson of Inaba Ittetsu (Yoshimichi) 1515 – 1589 稲葉一鉄 (いなば いってつ) (稲葉良通 (いなば よしみち)) Iyo no Kami 伊予守 Jûsan-i 従三位

Siblings:
Sister married Sakai Tadayoshi 1628 – 1705 酒井忠能(さかい ただよし)

Wives / Concubines:
Married daughter of Môri Hidemoto 1579 - 1650 毛利秀元(もうり ひでもと)
Married daughter of Tsutumi Sadanaga ? - ? 堤貞長

Children:
Sons –
1st Inaba Masamichi 1640 – 1716 稲葉正往 (いなば まさゆき) Tango no Kami 丹後守 Rôjû 侍従 8th Kyoto shoshidai 京都所司代 (24 December 1681 – 19 October 1686) Takumi atama 内匠頭 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
3rd and last Inaba and 6th Daimyô of Odawara, Sagami 102 000 koku 1683 - 1685 小田原藩
1st and last Inaba and 8th Daimyô of Takada, Echigo 103 000 koku 1685 – 1701 高田藩
1st Inaba and 14th Daimyô of Sakura, Shimôsa 102 000 koku 1701 - 1707 佐倉藩

Inaba Masa** 稲葉正倚
Inaba Masakazu 稲葉正員
Inaba Masatoki 稲葉正辰
Inaba Masanao 稲葉正直

Doi Toshimoto 1664 - 1724 土井利意(どい としもと)[adopted by Doi Toshinaga 1631 – 1696 土井利長(どい としなが) Hyôgo atama 兵庫頭 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下)Yamashiro no Kami 山城守 Iyo no Kami 伊予守 Shikibu 式部 Shikibu Shôsuke 式部少輔 Nui-dono Suke 縫殿助 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Doi and 9th Daimyô of Nishio, Mikawa 23 000 koku 1681 – 1724 西尾藩

Inaba Michichika 稲葉通周
Inaba Masayuki 稲葉正如
Inaba Masayoshi 稲葉正佐

Daughters –
Married Hotta Masatoshi 1634 – 1684 堀田正俊(ほった まさとし)
Married Daté Tsunamura 1659 – 1719 伊達綱村(だて つなむら)
Married Matsuura Atsunobu 1684 – 1757 松浦篤信(まつら あつのぶ)
Married Doi Toshitomo 1674 – 1745 土井利知(どい としとも)

Other Inaba Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Inaba Sadamichi 1546 – 1603 稲葉貞道 (いなば さだみち) (2nd son of Inaba Ittetsu 1515 – 1589) Migi kyô akira 右京亮 Rôjû 侍従 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Inaba and 1st Daimyô of Usuki, Bungo 50 000 koku 1600 – 1603 臼杵藩

Inaba Norimichi 1566 – 1626 稲葉典通 (いなば のりみち) (1st son of Inaba Sadamichi 1546 – 1603) Rôjû 侍従 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
2nd Inaba and 2nd Daimyô of Usuki, Bungo 50 000 koku 1603 – 1626 臼杵藩

Inaba Masatsugu 1591 – 1628 稲葉正次(いなば まさつぐ) (Son of Inaba Masanari 1571 – 1628)
1st Inaba Hatamoto of Aono, Mino 5 000 koku 1618 - 1628 青野藩

Inaba Masayoshi 1618 – 1656 稲葉正吉(いなば まさよし) (Son of Inaba Masanari 1571 – 1628) Ise no Kami 伊勢守 Jûgo-i-ge 従五位下 Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade
2nd Inaba Hatamoto of Aono, Mino 5 000 koku 1628 - 1656 青野藩

Inaba Michishige ? - 1618 稲葉通重(いなば みちしげ) (2nd son of Inaba Shigemichi – 1598) Kai no Kami 甲斐守
1st and last Inaba and 1st and last Daimyô of Shimizu, Mino 12 000 koku 1598 – 1607 清水藩

Inaba Michitô 1570 - 1608 稲葉道通(いなば みちとお) (3rd son of Inaba Shigemichi ? – 1598) Sakon Kurôdo 左近蔵人 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st and last Inaba and 2nd and last Daimyô of Ise Iwate, Ise 20 000 – 45 700 koku 1593 - 1600 伊勢岩手藩
1st Inaba and 2nd Daimyô of Tamaru, Ise 45 700 koku 1600 - 1607 田丸藩

Inaba Norimichi 1603 – 1648 稲葉紀通 (いなば のりみち) (2nd son of Inaba Michitô 1570 – 1608) Awaji no Kami 淡路守 Jûgo-i-ge 従五位下 Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade
2nd and last Inaba and 3rd and last Daimyô of Tamaru, Ise 45 700 koku 1607 – 1616 田丸藩
1st and last Inaba and 1st and last Daimyô of Nakajima, Settsu 45 700 koku 1616 - 1624 中島藩
Ist and last Inaba and 3rd Daimyô of Fukuchiyama, Tamba 45 000 koku 1624 - 1648 福知山藩

Inaba Kazumichi 1587 – 1641 稲葉一通 (いなば かずみち) (1st son of Inaba Norimichi 1566 – 1626) Minbu no Shôbu 民部少輔 Jûgo-i-ge 従五位下 Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade
3rd Inaba and 3rd Daimyô of Usuki, Bungo 50 000 koku 1627 – 1641 臼杵藩

Inaba Nobumichi 1608 – 1673 稲葉信通 (いなば のぶみち) (1st son of Inaba Kazumichi 1587 – 1641) Hikoshirô 彦四郎 Noto no Kami 能登守 Jûgo-i-ge 従五位下 Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade
4th Inaba and 4th Daimyô of Usuki, Bungo 50 000 koku 1641 – 1673 臼杵藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Ise Iwate, Ise (1 head) 20 – 45 700 koku 1593 – 1600 伊勢岩手藩
Shimizu, Mino (1 head) 12 000 koku 1598 – 1607 清水藩
Tamaru, Ise (2 heads) 45 700 koku 1600 – 1616 田丸藩
Jushichijô, Mino (1 head) 10 – 20 000 koku 1607 – 1618 十七条藩
Nakajima, Settsu (1 head) 45 700 koku 1616 – 1624 中島藩
Aono, Mino (3 heads) 5 – 12 000 koku 1618 – 1682 青野藩 [The 3rd holder Masayasu was elevated to Daimyô status]
Kakioka, HJitachi (1 head) 10 000 koku 1624 – 1628 柿岡藩
Fukuchiyama, Tamba (1 head) 45 000 koku 1624 – 1648 福知山藩
Môka, Shimotsuke (2 heads) 20 – 40 000 koku 1627 – 1632 真岡藩
Odawara, Sagami (3 heads) 85 – 102 000 koku 1632 – 1685 小田原藩
Takada, Echigo (1 head) 103 000 koku 1685 – 1701 高田藩
Sakura, Shimôsa (2 heads) 102 000 koku 1701 – 1723 佐倉藩
Yodo, Yamashiro (12 heads) 102 000 koku 1723 – 1871 淀藩
Tateyama, Awa (4 heads) 10 – 13 – 10 000 koku 1781 – 1871 館山藩
Usuki, Bungo (15 heads) 50 000 koku 1600 – 1871 臼杵藩


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45. 稲葉淡路守 Inaba Awaji no Kami



Banners Left – right. O uma-jirushi - Tsukaiban – Sashimono – Nobori

There were two Inaba Norimichis in the period, the other (1566 – 1626) was the son of Inaba Sadamichi

INABA NORIMICHI 1603 – 1648
稲葉紀通 (いなば のりみち)
Awaji no Kami 淡路守
Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Fudai

The Inaba line descended from the Kôno, and were from Mino. In the Sengoku the family centres from Inaba Ittetsu who served the Saitô, Oda, and Toyotomi. He fought at Anegawa, the Siege of the Ishiyama-Honganji, and during the Komaki campaign. His sons would follow similar careers, but some moved into the Tokugawa camp. His eldest son – Shigemichi – died before Sekigahara so the family was led by Sadamichi, his second son.
At the time of Sekigahara, the family was split. A contingent at the battle under the Tokugawa was led by Michitô (the 3rd son of Shigemichi). The family were land-holders in Mino and three of the family – Sadamichi, his son Norimichi (1566 – 1626) and Michishige (? – 1618, the 2nd son of Shigemichi) were garrison troops on the Western side in Mino province.
The main line under Sadamichi would receive Usuki in Bungo, which they held till 1871. the other lines are convoluted, with various offspring receiving short-lived domains, and in line with other Daimyô being moved around frequently.
Two cadet lines survived, one at Yodo in Yamashiro which had originated with Inaba Masanari, the adopted heir of Inaba Shigemichi; and the other at Tateyama in Awa which had originated with a son of Inaba Masachika the 4th Daimyô of the Yodo han.
It appears these two lines were classed as Fudai.

Fiefs:
2nd and last Inaba and 3rd and last Daimyô of Tamaru, Ise 45 700 koku 1607 – 1616 田丸藩
1st and last Inaba and 1st and last Daimyô of Nakajima, Settsu 45 700 koku 1616 - 1624 中島藩
Ist and last Inaba and 3rd Daimyô of Fukuchiyama, Tamba 45 000 koku 1624 - 1648 福知山藩

Parentage:
2nd son of Inaba Michitô 1570 – 1608 稲葉道通(いなば みちとお) (3rd son of Inaba Shigemichi ? – 1598) Sakon Kurôdo 左近蔵人 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st and last Inaba and 2nd and last Daimyô of Ise Iwate, Ise 20 000 – 45 700 koku 1593 - 1600 伊勢岩手藩
1st Inaba and 2nd Daimyô of Tamaru, Ise 45 700 koku 1600 - 1607 田丸藩

Grandson of Inaba Shigemichi ? – 1598 稲葉重通 (いなば しげみち) Hyogôto 兵庫頭 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下

Great-grandson of Inaba Ittetsu (Yoshimichi) 1515 – 1589 稲葉一鉄 (いなば いってつ) (稲葉良通 (いなば よしみち)) Iyo no Kami 伊予守 Jûsan-i 従三位

Siblings:
Sister married Abe Tadaaki 1602 – 1675 阿部忠秋(あべ ただあき)
Sister married Funakoshi Nagakage ? - ? 船越永景

Wives / Concubines:
?

Children:
Sons –
?

Daughters –
?

Other Inaba Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Inaba Masanori 1623 – 1696 稲葉正則 (いなば まさのり) (2nd son of Inaba Masakatsu 1597 – 1634) Mino no Kami 美濃守 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
2nd Inaba and 5th Daimyô of Odawara, Sagami 85 000 koku 1634 – 1683 小田原藩

Inaba Masakatsu 1597 – 1634 稲葉正勝 (いなば まさかつ) (2nd son of Inaba Masanari 1571 – 1628) Tango no Kami 丹後守 Jûgo-i-ge 従五位下 Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade
1st and last Inaba and 1st and last Daimyô of Kakioka, Hitachi 10 000 koku 1624 – 1628 柿岡藩
2nd and last Inaba and 4th and last Daimyô of Môka, Shimotsuke 20 - 40 000 koku 1628 – 1632 真岡藩
1st Inaba and 4th Daimyô of Odawara, Sagami 85 000 koku 1632 – 1634 小田原藩

Inaba Masanari 1571 – 1628 稲葉正成(いなば まさなり) (Son of Hayashi Masahide 林政秀 Adopted heir of Inaba Shigemichi ? – 1598) Sado no Kami 佐渡守 Takumi no Suke 内匠頭 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st and last Inaba and 1st and last Daimyô of Jûshichijô, Mino 10 – 20 000 koku 1607 – 1618 十七条藩
1st Inaba and 3rd Daimyô of Môka, Shimotsuke 20 – 40 000 koku 1627 – 1628 真岡藩

Inaba Sadamichi 1546 – 1603 稲葉貞道 (いなば さだみち) (2nd son of Inaba Ittetsu 1515 – 1589) Migi kyô akira 右京亮 Rôjû 侍従 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Inaba and 1st Daimyô of Usuki, Bungo 50 000 koku 1600 – 1603 臼杵藩

Inaba Norimichi 1566 – 1626 稲葉典通 (いなば のりみち) (1st son of Inaba Sadamichi 1546 – 1603) Rôjû 侍従 Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
2nd Inaba and 2nd Daimyô of Usuki, Bungo 50 000 koku 1603 – 1626 臼杵藩

Inaba Masatsugu 1591 – 1628 稲葉正次(いなば まさつぐ) (Son of Inaba Masanari 1571 – 1628)
1st Inaba Hatamoto of Aono, Mino 5 000 koku 1618 - 1628 青野藩

Inaba Masayoshi 1618 – 1656 稲葉正吉(いなば まさよし) (Son of Inaba Masanari 1571 – 1628) Ise no Kami 伊勢守 Jûgo-i-ge 従五位下 Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade
2nd Inaba Hatamoto of Aono, Mino 5 000 koku 1628 - 1656 青野藩

Inaba Michishige ? - 1618 稲葉通重(いなば みちしげ) (2nd son of Inaba Shigemichi – 1598) Kai no Kami 甲斐守
1st and last Inaba and 1st and last Daimyô of Shimizu, Mino 12 000 koku 1598 – 1607 清水藩

Inaba Kazumichi 1587 – 1641 稲葉一通 (いなば かずみち) (1st son of Inaba Norimichi 1566 – 1626) Minbu no Shôbu 民部少輔 Jûgo-i-ge 従五位下 Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade
3rd Inaba and 3rd Daimyô of Usuki, Bungo 50 000 koku 1627 – 1641 臼杵藩

Inaba Nobumichi 1608 – 1673 稲葉信通 (いなば のぶみち) (1st son of Inaba Kazumichi 1587 – 1641) Hikoshirô 彦四郎 Noto no Kami 能登守 Jûgo-i-ge 従五位下 Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade
4th Inaba and 4th Daimyô of Usuki, Bungo 50 000 koku 1641 – 1673 臼杵藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Ise Iwate, Ise (1 head) 20 – 45 700 koku 1593 – 1600 伊勢岩手藩
Shimizu, Mino (1 head) 12 000 koku 1598 – 1607 清水藩
Tamaru, Ise (2 heads) 45 700 koku 1600 – 1616 田丸藩
Jushichijô, Mino (1 head) 10 – 20 000 koku 1607 – 1618 十七条藩
Nakajima, Settsu (1 head) 45 700 koku 1616 – 1624 中島藩
Aono, Mino (3 heads) 5 – 12 000 koku 1618 – 1682 青野藩 [The 3rd holder Masayasu was elevated to Daimyô status]
Kakioka, HJitachi (1 head) 10 000 koku 1624 – 1628 柿岡藩
Fukuchiyama, Tamba (1 head) 45 000 koku 1624 – 1648 福知山藩
Môka, Shimotsuke (2 heads) 20 – 40 000 koku 1627 – 1632 真岡藩
Odawara, Sagami (3 heads) 85 – 102 000 koku 1632 – 1685 小田原藩
Takada, Echigo (1 head) 103 000 koku 1685 – 1701 高田藩
Sakura, Shimôsa (2 heads) 102 000 koku 1701 – 1723 佐倉藩
Yodo, Yamashiro (12 heads) 102 000 koku 1723 – 1871 淀藩
Tateyama, Awa (4 heads) 10 – 13 – 10 000 koku 1781 – 1871 館山藩
Usuki, Bungo (15 heads) 50 000 koku 1600 – 1871 臼杵藩


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46. 稲垣攝津守 Inagaki Settsu no Kami



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The only relevant Inagaki in the period with the Settsu no Kami title

INAGAKI SHIGETSUNA 1583 – 1654
稲垣重綱(いながき しげつな)
Settsu no Kami 攝津守
Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Fudai

The Inagaki family were from Mikawa and traced their descent back to the Seiwa Genji. In the late Sengoku they were Imagawa and Tokugawa vassals and were serving under the Makino, when the Tokugawa moved to the Kanto, Nagashige moved more under the influence of the Tokugawa than the Makino.
During the Sekigahara Campaign Nagashige was part of the garrison left back in the Kanto to counter the Uesugi and Satake threat, the young Shigetsuna was with the force under Tokugawa Hidetada. Shigetsuna also served at the Osaka sieges. Nagashige became a Daimyô in 1601 when he was given the Isezaki han, he was followed by Shigetsuna who would make three moves ending at Kariya, the family would see a few more moves before settling at Toba in Shima. When Shigetsuna died his heir (Shigemasa) had predeceased him so the son (Shigeaki) of his heir followed him as Daimyô. Although at their height the Inagaki only had an income of 30 000 koku, from 1698 they had a junior line as Daimyô in the Yamakami han in Ômi. Both the senior line at Toba and the Junior line at Yamakami held those hans till 1871.

Fiefs:
2nd and last Inagaki and 2nd Daimyô of Isezaki, Kôzuke 10 000 koku 1612 – 1616 伊勢崎藩
1st and last Inagaki and 1st and last Daimyô of Fujii, Echigo 20 000 koku 1616 – 1620 藤井藩
1st and last Inagaki and 6th and last Daimyô of Sanjô, Echigo 23 000 koku 1620 – 1651 三条藩
1st Inagaki and 6th Daimyô of Kariya, Mikawa 23 000 koku 1651 – 1654 刈谷藩 [Tanoguchi 田野口藩 Okutono 奥殿藩]

Parentage:
1st son of Inagaki Nagashige 1539 - 1612 稲垣長茂(いながき ながしげ) No titles
1st Inagaki and 1st Daimyô of Isezaki, Kôzuke 10 000 koku 1601 – 1612 伊勢崎藩

Grandson of Inagaki Shigemune ? - ? 稲垣重宗

Siblings:
Inagaki Norishige ? - 1665 稲垣則茂(いながき のりしげ)
Inagaki Shigeharu ? - ? 稲垣重大
Sister married Ôkubo Tadatomo 1593 - 1644 大久保忠知(おおくぼ ただとも)
Sister married Ishikawa Masatsugu ? - ? 石川政次

Wives / Concubines:
Married daughter of Morikawa Ujitoshi ? - ? 森川氏俊

Children:
Sons –
1st Inagaki Shigemasa 1614 - 1635 稲垣重昌(いながき しげまさ)
2nd Inagaki Shigeto ? - ? 稲垣茂門
3rd Inagaki Shigeuji ? - ? 稲垣重氏

Daughters –
Married Honda Tadasuke 1599 – 1682 本多忠相(ほんだ ただすけ)
Married Sanada Nobumasa 1597 – 1658 真田信政(さなだ のぶまさ)
Married Honda Masanao ? - ? 本多正直
Married Andô Naomasa ? - ? 安藤直政
Married Ishikawa Masanobu ? - ? 石川政信
Married Itakura Shigenao ? - ? 板倉重直
Married Ôkubo Tadanobu ? - ? 大久保忠信
Married Nakajima Shigesada ? - ? 中島重貞

Other Inagaki Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
None

The family would be Daimyô over:
Isezaki, Kôzuke (2 heads) 10 000 koku 1601 – 1616 伊勢崎藩
Fujii, Echigo (1 head) 20 000 koku 1616 – 1620 藤井藩
Sanjô, Echigo (1 head) 23 000 koku 1620 – 1651 三条藩
Kariya, Mikawa (3 heads) 23 000 koku 1651 – 1702 刈谷藩 [Tanoguchi 田野口藩 Okutono 奥殿藩]
Yamakami, Ômi (9 heads) 13 000 koku 1698 – 1871 山上藩
Ôtaki, Kazusa (1 head) 15 000 koku 1702 – 1702 大多喜藩
Karasuyama, Shimotsuke (2 heads) 25 000 koku 1702 – 1725 烏山藩
Toba, Shima (8 heads) 30 000 koku 1725 – 1871 鳥羽藩


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47. 井上河内守 Inoue Kawachi no Kami



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Illustration No 48 is also labelled Inoue Kawachi no Kami. That was originally allocated as per The Samurai Sourcebook, so have left it as was until new information changes that view, that leaves this to be allocated to Masatoshi who was Kawachi no Kami

INOUE MASATOSHI 1616 – 1675
井上正利 (いのうえ まさとし)
Kawachi no Kami 河内守
Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Fudai

There appears to be at least 3 Inoue families in the late Sengoku. One were Môri allies then vassals, probably the same family that served under the Kobayakawa during the Imjin War. A second line were Uesugi retainers, and the third at the end of the Sengoku served the Tokugawa, that is the line illustrated here; possibly the same family that had earlier served the Uesugi. I have another record of an Inoue who was a Katô retainer but do not know where he fits in the overall scheme.
It appears the family provided a wet nurse for Tokugawa Hidetada, Kiyohide served Tokugawa Ieyasu and Masanari was a page to Hidetada, he rose to an official and eventually they appear on the Daimyô record when Masanari becomes Daimyô of Yokosuka in 1622.
This line ends up at Tsuramai in Kazusa from 1868 – 1871, unlike most families they moved around a bit in the late Edo period, a second line (From Masanari’s brother – Masashige) at Takaoka survived intact 1640 – 1871, and a third was at Shimotsuma 1712 – 1871.

Fiefs:
2nd and last Inoue and 6th Daimyô of Yokosuka, Tôtômi 47 500 – 50 000 koku 1628 – 1645 横須賀藩
1st Inoue and 7th Daimyô of Kasama, Hitachi 50 – 60 000 koku 1645 – 1675 笠間藩

Parentage:
1st son of Inoue Masanari 1577 – 1628 井上正就 (いのうえ まさなり) Shûkei ryô 主計頭 Rôjû 侍従 1617 – 1628 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Inoue and 5th Daimyô of Yokosuka, Tôtômi 52 500 koku 1622 – 1628 横須賀藩

Grandson of Inoue Kiyohide ? - ? 井上清秀

Siblings:
Inoue Masayoshi ? - ? 井上正義
Sister married Matsudaira (Nagasawa-Ôkôchi) Nobutsuna 1596 – 1662 松平(長沢・大河内)信綱(まつだいら のぶつな)
Sister married Honda Tadatoshi 1600 - 1645 本多忠利(ほんだ ただとし)
Sister married Kuze Hiromasa 1598 – 1660 久世広当(くぜ ひろまさ)
Sister married Sakuma Yasunaga 1611 – 1632 佐久間安長(さくま やすなが)
Sister married Kuki Takasue 1608 – 1678 九鬼隆季(くき たかすえ)
Sister married Mizuno Tadayoshi 1612 – 1676 水野忠善(みずの ただよし)
Sister married Sakai Shigezumi 1607 – 1642 酒井重澄(さかい しげずみ)
Sister married Inagaki Shigetô ? - ? 稲垣茂門

Wives / Concubines:
Married daughter of Torii Naritsugu 1570 – 1631 鳥居成次(とりい なりつぐ)

Children:
Sons –
1st Inoue Masatô 1630 – 1701 井上正任 (いのうえ まさとう) Sagami no Kami 相模守 Nakatsukasa daiyû 中務大輔 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Inoue and 8th Daimyô of Kasama, Hitachi 50 – 60 000 koku 1669 – 1692 笠間藩
1st Inoue and 6th Daimyô of Gujo, Mino 50 000 koku 1692 – 1693 亀山藩 [Tambakameyama 丹波亀山藩 Kameoke 亀岡藩]

5th Inoue Masanobu ? - ? 井上正信
6th Inoue Masaoki ? - ? 井上正興

Daughters –
Married Uemura Iesada 1618 – 1690 植村家貞(うえむら いえさだ)
Married Aoyama Yoshizane 1638 – 1705 青山幸実(あおやま よしざね)
Married Morikawa Shigenobu 1645 – 1706 森川重信(もりかわ しげのぶ)
Married Koide Fusatoshi 1659 – 1713 小出英利(こいで ふさとし)

Other Inoue Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Inoue Masashige 1585 – 1661 井上政重(いのうえ まさしげ)(4th son of Inoue Kiyohide ? - ?) Chikugo no Kami 筑後守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Inoue and 1st Daimyô of Takaoka, Shimôsa 10 000 koku 1640 – 1660 高岡藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Yokosuka, Tôtômi (2 heads) 52 500 – 47 500 – 50 000 koku 1622 – 1645 横須賀藩
Takaoka, Shimôsa (11 heads) 10 000 koku 1640 – 1871 高岡藩
Kasama, Hitachi (5 heads) 50 – 60 000 koku 1645 – 1692 and 1702 – 1747 笠間藩
Gujo, Mino (2 heads) 50 000 koku 1693 – 1697 郡上藩 [Gujohachiman 郡上八幡藩]
Kameyama, Tamba (1 head) 47 000 koku 1697 – 1702 亀山藩 [Tambakameyama 丹波亀山藩 Kameoke 亀岡藩]
Shimodate, Hitachi (1 head) 50 000 koku 1702 – 1702 下館藩
Shimotsuma (Shimozuma), Hitachi 10 000 koku 1712 – 1871 下妻藩
Iwakidaira, Mutsu (1 head) 37 000 koku 1747 – 1758 磐城平藩
Hamamatsu, Tôtômi (5 heads) 60 000 koku 1758 – 1817 and 1845 – 1868 浜松藩
Tanagura, Mutsu (2 heads) 60 000 koku 1817 – 1836 棚倉藩
Tatebayashi, Kôzuke (1 head) 60 000 koku 1836 – 1845 館林藩
Tsurumai, Kazusa (1 head) 60 000 koku 1868 – 1871 鶴舞藩


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48. 井上河内守 Inoue Kawachi no Kami



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This also is labelled Kawachi no Kami as is No 47, this one was attributed to Inoue Masanari as per The Samurai Sourcebook but I can find no reference he held the title; until new information changes that view I havr left it as was

INOUE MASANARI 1577 - 1628
井上正就 (いのうえ まさなり)
Shûkei ryô 主計頭
Rôjû 侍従 1617 – 1628
Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Fudai

Fiefs:
1st Inoue and 5th Daimyô of Yokosuka, Tôtômi 52 500 koku 1622 – 1628 横須賀藩

Parentage:
3rd son of Inoue Kiyohide ? - ? 井上清秀

Siblings:
Inoue Masashige 1585 – 1661 井上政重(いのうえ まさしげ)Chikugo no Kami 筑後守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Inoue and 1st Daimyô of Takaoka, Shimôsa 10 000 koku 1640 – 1660 高岡藩

Wives / Concubines:

Children:
Sons –
1st Inoue Masatoshi 1616 – 1675 井上正利 (いのうえ まさとし) Kawachi no Kami 河内守
2nd Inoue Masayoshi ? - ? 井上正義

Daughters –
Married Matsudaira (Nagasawa-Ôkôchi) Nobutsuna 1596 – 1662 松平(長沢・大河内)信綱(まつだいら のぶつな)
Married Honda Tadatoshi 1600 - 1645 本多忠利(ほんだ ただとし)
Married Kuze Hiromasa 1598 – 1660 久世広当(くぜ ひろまさ)
Married Sakuma Yasunaga 1611 – 1632 佐久間安長(さくま やすなが)
Married Kuki Takasue 1608 – 1678 九鬼隆季(くき たかすえ)
Married Mizuno Tadayoshi 1612 – 1676 水野忠善(みずの ただよし)
Married Sakai Shigezumi 1607 – 1642 酒井重澄(さかい しげずみ)
Married Inagaki Shigetô ? - ? 稲垣茂門

Other Inoue Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
1st Inoue Masatô 1630 – 1701 井上正任 (いのうえ まさとう) (1st son of Inoue Masatoshi ) Sagami no Kami 相模守 Nakatsukasa daiyû 中務大輔 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Inoue and 8th Daimyô of Kasama, Hitachi 50 – 60 000 koku 1669 – 1692 笠間藩
1st Inoue and 6th Daimyô of Gujo, Mino 50 000 koku 1692 – 1693 亀山藩 [Tambakameyama 丹波亀山藩 Kameoke 亀岡藩]

The family would be Daimyô over:
Yokosuka, Tôtômi (2 heads) 52 500 – 47 500 – 50 000 koku 1622 – 1645 横須賀藩
Takaoka, Shimôsa (11 heads) 10 000 koku 1640 – 1871 高岡藩
Kasama, Hitachi (5 heads) 50 – 60 000 koku 1645 – 1692 and 1702 – 1747 笠間藩
Gujo, Mino (2 heads) 50 000 koku 1693 – 1697 郡上藩 [Gujohachiman 郡上八幡藩]
Kameyama, Tamba (1 head) 47 000 koku 1697 – 1702 亀山藩 [Tambakameyama 丹波亀山藩 Kameoke 亀岡藩]
Shimodate, Hitachi (1 head) 50 000 koku 1702 – 1702 下館藩
Shimotsuma (Shimozuma), Hitachi 10 000 koku 1712 – 1871 下妻藩
Iwakidaira, Mutsu (1 head) 37 000 koku 1747 – 1758 磐城平藩
Hamamatsu, Tôtômi (5 heads) 60 000 koku 1758 – 1817 and 1845 – 1868 浜松藩
Tanagura, Mutsu (2 heads) 60 000 koku 1817 – 1836 棚倉藩
Tatebayashi, Kôzuke (1 head) 60 000 koku 1836 – 1845 館林藩
Tsurumai, Kazusa (1 head) 60 000 koku 1868 – 1871 鶴舞藩


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49. 石川主殿頭 Ishikawa Nushidono atama



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There is no question about the allocation of this set to Ishikawa Tadafusa, although he was not the only Ishikawa with the Nushidono atama title he was the first and all subsequent holders were post 1650. However the research has changed most of the key dates and relationships within the Ishikawa family during the late Sengoku, so a lot here conflicts with other sources such as Samurai-wiki etc, my primary source has been j-wiki.

The revised family tree (main bits only):-
Ishikawa Kiyokane ? - ? 石川清兼 (いしかわ きよかね)
1st Ishikawa Yasumasa ? - ? 石川康正
2nd Ishikawa Kazumasa ? - ? 石川一政
3rd Ishikawa Ienari 1534 - 1609

Ishikawa Yasumasa –
Ishikawa Kazumasa 1533 – 1593 (sons were 1st Ishikawa Yasunaga 1554 – 1643, 2nd Ishikawa Yasukatsu ? – 1615 + 3 others)

Ishikawa Kazumasa –
No details

Ishikawa Ienari 1534 – 1609 -
Ishikawa Yasumichi 1554 – 1607 (his son was Ishikawa Tadayoshi ? - ? 石川忠義)
Ishikawa Naritsugu ? - ? 石川成次
Daughter married Ôkubo Tadachika 1553 – 1628
Adopted Ishikawa Tadafusa 1582 – 1651 (2nd son of Ôkubo Tadachika 1553 – 1628 and Ienari’s daughter)
Adopted Ishikawa Naritaka ? - ? 石川成堯 (5th son of Ôkubo Tadachika 1553 – 1628 and Ienari’s daughter)

So Tadafusa was the adoptive brother (and nephew) of Yasumichi not his adopted son, and Yasumichi was the son of Ienari and so the cousin of Kazumasa (b1533) not his son

Note the 3rd son of Ôkubo Tadachika was Ôkubo Noritaka, his descendants a few generations later would also be adopted into the Ishikawa.

ISHIKAWA TADAFUSA 1582 – 1651
石川忠総(いしかわ ただふさ)
Nushidono atama 主殿頭
Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
Fudai

The Ishikawa were a Mikawa family and claimed descent from Minamoto Yoshiie. Initially atIshikawa in Kawachi from where they took the family name they moved to Shimotsuke, where they were known as the Oyama for a period. They finally moved to Mikawa in the 15th Century, once again as the Ishikawa, where Ishikawa Chikayasu took up service with the Matsudaira, a family they would continue to serve from then on in a primary role.
Ienari was a son of Ishikawa Kiyokane. He served Tokugawa Ieyasu and was in the front of the fighting for Marume Castle in the Okehazama Campaign in 1560 and was active in the suppression of the 1564 Mikawa ikko-ikki riots, alongside Tadafusa’s great-grandfather Ôkubo Tadakazu. During the Sekigahara Campaign, Ieyasu appointed Ienari as commander of the Edo Castle garrison. Ishikawa Kazumasa fought in many of Ieyasu’s battles including Anegawa, Mikatagahara and Nagashino where he commanded the western Mikawa section of the Tokugawa army. He was such a central part to the army set-up that when he joined Toyotomi Hideyoshi in 1585, Ieyasu was forced to re-organize the whole Tokugawa army as a result.
During the Sekigahara Campaign, as well as Ienari, who as stated was part of the Edo garrison, there was also Sadamasa (1575 – 1657) present at Sekigahara, Yasumichi was one of the Daimyô holding strategic castles along the Tokaido; in this case Kiyosu with Matsudaira Iekiyo. Yasunaga was at his home castle in Shinano, one of a number providing a garrison in this province. There were a few Ishikawa on the Western side – Yoriaki (? – 1600) who was besieging Otsu Castle, Sadakiyo (? – 1626) who was garrisoning Inuyama Castle and Sadamichi (? - ?) who was part of the Osaka garrison. Most of Tadafusa’s Ôkubo relations were with Tokugawa Hidetada.
Tadafusa led 300 men during the Ôsaka Winter campaign attacking the riverside forts. In the Summer campaign he led 2300 men at Tenno-ji. He was followed by his grandson Noriyuki, his own 2nd son, Fusanaga, became a Daimyô and first of the junior line of the Ishikawa that would end up at Shimodate.
Both the main and junior lines moved about a lot during the early Edo period. The main line of the family eventually settled at Kameyama in Ise which they held 1744 – 1871, the junior line was at Shimodate in Hitachi 1732 – 1871.

Fiefs:
3rd and last Ishikawa and 3rd Daimyô of Ôgaki, Mino 50 000 Koku 1609 - 1616 大垣藩
1st and last Ishikawa and 1st Daimyô of Nagayama, Bungo ? koku 1616 - 1633 永山藩
1st and last Ishikawa and 6th Daimyô iof Sakura, Shimôsa 70 000 Koku 1633 - 1634 佐倉藩
1st Ishikawa and 6th Daimyô of Zeze, Ômi 70 000 Koku 1634 – 1650 膳所藩

Parentage:
2nd son of Ôkubo Tadachika 1553 – 1628 大久保忠隣(おおくぼ ただちか) Sagami no Kami 相模守 Jibu daisuke 治部大輔 Rôjû 1593 – 1614 侍従 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd Ôkubo and 2nd Daimyô of Odawara, Sagami 45 000 koku 1594 – 1614 小田原藩

Adopted son of Ishikawa Ienari 1534 – 1609 石川家成 (いしかわ いえなり) Hyûga no Kami 日向守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st and last Ishikawa and Daimyô of Kakegawa, Tôtômi ? koku ? - ? 掛川藩
2nd Ishikawa and 2nd Daimyô of Ôgaki, Mino 50 000 Koku 1607 - 1609 大垣藩

Grandson of Ôkubo Tadayo 1532 – 1594 大久保忠世(おおくぼ ただよ)
1st Ôkubo and 1st Daimyô of Odawara, Sagami 45 000 koku 1590 – 1594 小田原藩

Ishikawa Kiyokane ? - ? 石川清兼 (いしかわ きよかね)

Great-grandson of Ôkubo Tadakazu 1511 – 1583 大久保忠員(おおくぼ ただかず)

Siblings:
By birth –
Ôkubo Tadatsune 1580 – 1611 大久保忠常(おおくぼ ただつね)Kaga no Kami 加賀守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Ôkubo and 2nd Daimyô of Kisai, Musashi 20 000 koku 1601 – 1611 騎西藩
Ôkubo Noritaka 1586 – 1643 大久保教隆(おおくぼ のりたか) Migi kyô akira 右京亮 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Ôkubo Yukinobu (Yoshinobu) ? - ? 大久保幸信
Ishikawa Naritaka ? - ? 石川成堯 [also adopted by Ishikawa Ienari]
Ôkubo Tadanao ? - ? 大久保忠尚
Ôkubo Tadamura ? - ? 大久保忠村
Ôkubo Sadayoshi ? - ? 大久保貞義
Sister married Yoda Yasuzane ? - ? 依田康真
Sister married Kugai Chûzaemon ? - ? 久貝忠左衛門
Sister married Kachitsuru Teramichi ? - ? 勝蔓寺教
Sister married Morikawa Shigetoshi 1584 - 1632 森川重俊(もりかわ しげとし)
Sister married Yamaguchi Shigenobu 1590 – 1615 山口重信(やまぐち しげのぶ)

By adoption –
Ishikawa Yasumichi 1554 – 1607 石川康通(いしかわ やすみち) Nagato no Kami 長門守 Saemon daifu 左衛門大夫 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Ishikawa and 1st Daimyô of Ôgaki, Mino 50 000 Koku 1600 - 1607 大垣藩
Ishikawa Naritsugu ? - ? 石川成次
Sister married Ôkubo Tadachika 1553 – 1628 大久保忠隣(おおくぼ ただちか)[actually became his mother]
Sister married Honda Yasushige 1554 – 1611 本多康重(ほんだ やすしげ)

Wives / Concubines:
Married daughter of Horio Yoshiharu 1543 - 1611 堀尾吉晴(ほりお よしはる)
Married daughter of Maeda Gen’i 1539 - 1602 前田玄以(まえだ げんい)

Children:
Sons –
1st Ishikawa Kadokatsu 1604 – 1650 石川廉勝(いしかわ かどかつ) Danjô daihitsu 弾正大弼 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下

2nd Ishikawa Fusanaga 1605 – 1661 石川総長(いしかわ ふさなが) Harima no Kami 播磨守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Ishikawa and 2nd Daimyô of Kanbe (Kôbe), Ise 10 – 20 000 koku 1660 – 1661 神戸藩

3rd Ishikawa Sadamasa ? - ? 石川貞当
4th Ishikawa Yasufusa ? - ? 石川泰総
5th Ishikawa Kunifusa ? - ? 石川邦総
6th Ishikawa Fusauji ? - ? 石川 総氏

Daughters –
Married Nakagawa Hisakiyo 1615 - 1681 中川久清(なかがわ ひさきよ) Yamashiro no Kami 山城守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下

Other Ishikawa Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Ishikawa Kazumasa 1533 – 1593 石川数正(いしかわ かずまさ) (Son of Ishikawa Yasumasa ? - ? 石川康正) Hôki no Kami 伯耆守 Izumo no Kami 出雲守 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
1st Ishikawa and 1st Daimyô of Matsumoto, Shinano 100 000 koku 1590 – 1592 松本藩

Ishikawa Yasunaga 1554 – 1643 石川康長(いしかわ やすなが) (1st son of Ishikawa Kazumasa 1534 – 1609) Genba atama 玄蕃頭 Genba makoto 玄蕃允 Shikibu no Shôbu 式部大輔 Jûgo-i-ge Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
2nd and last Ishikawa and 2nd Daimyô of Matsumoto, Shinano 80 000 koku 1592 – 1613 松本藩

Ishikawa Yasukatsu ? – 1615 (2nd son of Ishikawa Kazumasa 1534 - 1609) Higo no Kami 肥後守
1st and last Ishikawa and 1st and last Daimyô of Okunishina, Shinano 15 000 koku 1593 - 1613 奥仁科藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Kakegawa, Tôtômi (1 head) ? koku ? - ? 掛川藩
Matsumoto, Shinano (2 heads)100 – 80 000 koku 1590 – 1613 松本藩
Okunishina, Shinano (1 head) 15 000 koku 1593 – 1613 奥仁科藩
Ôgaki, Mino (3 heads) 50 000 koku 1600 – 1616 大垣藩
Nagayama, Bungo (1 head) ? koku 1616 - 1633 永山藩
Sakura, Shimôsa (1 head) 70 000 koku 1633 – 1634 佐倉藩
Zeze, Ômi (2 heads) 70 000 koku 1634 – 1651 膳所藩
Kameyama, Ise (12 heads) 60 000 koku 1651 – 1669 and 1744 - 1871 亀山藩 [Ise Kameyama 伊勢亀山藩]
Kanbe (Kôbe), Ise (3 heads) 10 – 20 000 koku 1660 – 1732 神戸藩
Yodo, Yamashiro (3 heads) 60 000 koku 1669 – 1711 淀藩
Matsuyama, Bitchû (1 head) 60 000 koku 1711 – 1744 松山藩 [Bitchû Maysuyama 備中松山藩]
Shimodate, Hitachi (9 heads) 20 000 koku 1732 – 1871 下館藩


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