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PostPosted: Wed Jun 02, 2010 10:04 am    Post subject: O UMA JIRUSHI - An Illustrated Guide To The Scrolls Reply with quote
This thread is intended to provide a guide to the illustrations found in O-Uma Jirushi. Published around 1650 by Kyuan, it shows the heraldry of some of the most prominent Daimyô of the time. By the 1650's we would be looking at the sons and grandsons of the Sengoku Daimyô we will have read so much about; but in a lot of cases the banners were handed down through the family, so it gives a good indication of what would have flown over the battlefield at Sekigahara, Ôsaka Castle, Shimabara and in some cases even earlier.

The names are therefore arbitrary, ie the first shown is Abe Masatsugu, but this could just as easily be Abe Masakatsu, his father. However I have endeavoured to identify the individuals as per the name on the scrolls wherever possible
As will be seen I have added the dates for the owner, name in kanji, and the court title from the illustration. These are not complete and anyone wanting to help fill the gaps would greatly help. I will update as we go along. Please post such information on my O-uma Jirushi - Help requested thread, so as to keep this one clean

Those interested in following this subject in more detail are recommended to follow the Samurai Heraldry Gallery and Heraldry during the Sengoku era threads on this site by Evalerio. These excellent threads illustrate some of the heraldry seen here and lots more besides

They have been presented in alphabetical order

I make no claims that I have put the correct names to all sets, and will happily make revisions if someone has more accurate information.

I hope people find it helpful and interesting


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1. 阿部備中守 Abe Bitchû no Kami



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

ABE MASATSUGU 1569 – 10 December 1647
阿部正次 (あべ まさつぐ)
Bitchû no Kami 備中守
Jûshi-i-ge Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
Osaka Jôdai (Osaka Castle Warden) 大阪城代 1626 – 1647
Fudai

The son of Abe Masakatsu (1541 – 1600) of the Mikawa Abes, who was a long-time companion to Tokugawa Ieyasu, they were both hostages of the Imagawa in their youth. Masatsugu was in the main Tokugawa party at Sekigahara and later served Tokugawa Hidetada in the Osaka Castle campaigns, he went on to become Daimyô of Hatagaya, Ôtaki, Odawara and Iwatsuki hans; and also served as Ôsaka Castle Warden 1616 – 1647. Masatsugu would see the Abe family lands increased from 5,000 koku to over 80,000 koku by the time of his death aged 79
The family were more noted for their administrative rather than martial abilities, and some descendants played a key part in the late Edo period
His cousin Abe Tadaaki 1602 - 1675 阿部忠秋 (あべ ただあき), who was the son of Abe Tadayoshi, was the founder of the second main Abe branch in the period. Tadaaki was not followed by any children and this branch passed to descendants of Masatsugu

Fiefs:
1st and last Abe and 1st and last Daimyô of Hatogaya, Musashi 10 – 15 – 22 – 30 000 koku 1600 – 1617 鳩ヶ谷藩
1st Abe and 4th Daimyô of Ôtaki, Kazusa 30 000 koku 1617 – 1619 大多喜藩
1st and last Abe and 3rd Daimyô of Odawara, Sagami 50 000 koku 1619 – 1623 小田原藩
1st Abe and 5th Daimyô of Iwatsuki, Musashi 55 000 koku 1623 – 1638 岩槻藩

Parentage:
1st son of Abe Masakatsu 1541 - 1600 阿部正勝 (あべ まさかつ) Iyo no Kami 伊予守
Grandson of Abe Masanobu ? - ? 阿部正宣

Siblings:
Abe Tadayoshi ? - ? 阿部忠吉 (あべ ただよし)

Wives / concubines:
He married the daughter of Sahara Yoshinari ? - ? 佐原義成

Children:
Sons –
1st Abe Masazumi 1593 – 1628 阿部政澄 (あべ まさずみ)

2nd Abe Shigetsugu 1598 – 1651 阿部重次 (あべ しげつぐ) Yamashiro no Kami 山城守 / Tsushima no Kami 対馬守 Wakadoshiyori 若年寄 1633 - 1638
2nd Abe and 6th Daimyô of Iwatsuki, Musashi 55 – 46 000 koku 1638 – 1651 岩槻藩

3rd Abe Morishige ? - ? 阿部盛次

Daughters –
Married Naito Nobuteru 1592 – 1665 内藤信照 ないとう のぶてる
Married Naruse Yukinari 1596 – 1634 成瀬之成 なるせ ゆきなり
Married Ando Shigemoto ? - ? 安藤重元

Other Abe Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Abe Masayoshi 1627 - 1685 阿部正能 (あべ まさよし) (1st son of Abe Masazumi 1593 - 1628) Harima no Kami 播磨守
2nd Abe and 5th Daimyô of Ôtaki, Kazusa 10 000 koku 1638 – 1652 大多喜藩
2nd Abe and 5th Daimyô of Oshi, Musashi 50 – 80 – 100 000 koku 1671 – 1677 忍藩

Abe Tadaaki 1602 – 1675 阿部忠秋 (あべ ただあき) (Son of Abe Tadayoshi ? - ?) Bungo no Kami 豊後守 Rôjû 侍従
1st and last Abe and 6th Daimyô of Mibu, Shimotsuke 25 000 koku 1635 – 1639 壬生藩
1st Abe and 4th Daimyô of Oshi, Musashi 50 – 100 000 koku 1639 – 1671 忍藩

Abe Masatake 1649 – 1704 阿部正武 (あべ まさたけ) (Son of Abe Masayoshi 1627 - 1685) Bungo no Kami 豊後守 Rôjû 侍従
3rd Abe and 6th Daimyô of Oshi, Musashi 50 – 100 000 koku 1677 – 1704 忍藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Hatogaya, Musashi (1 head) 10 - 30 000 koku 1600 - 1617 鳩ヶ谷藩
Oshi, Musashi (9 heads) 50 - 100 000 koku 1602 - 1823 忍藩
Ôtaki, Kazusa (3 heads) 10 - 16 000 koku 1617 - 1702 大多喜藩
Odawara, Sagami (1 head) 50 000 koku 1619 – 1623 小田原藩
Iwatsuki, Musashi (5 heads) 80 000 koku 1623 – 1681 岩槻藩
Mibu, Shimotsuke (1 head) 25 000 koku 1635 - 1639 壬生藩
Ôtakishinden, Kazusa (1 head) 16 000 koku 1651 - 1659 大多喜新田藩
Miyazu, Tango (1 head) 99 000 koku 1681 - 1697 宮津藩
Utsunomiya, Shimotsuke (1 head) 10 000 koku 1697 - 1710 宇都宮藩
Kariya, Mikawa (2 heads) 16 000 koku 1702 - 1710 刈谷藩
Fukuyama, Bingo / Bitchû (10 heads) 100 - 110 000 koku 1710 - 1871 福山藩
Sanuki, Kazusa (8 heads) 16 000 koku 1710 - 1871 佐貫藩
Shirakawa, Mutsu (8 heads) 100 000 koku 1823 - 1868 白河藩
Tanagura, Mutsu (2 heads) 100 000 koku 1866 - 1871 棚倉藩

The Abe family who held Okabe, Musashi / Mikawa 19 250 - 22 250 koku 1584 - 1868 were the Suruga Abe family, also classed as Fudai. They had an oak leaf mon, whereas the two branches of the Mikawa Abe used crossed feather mon. I have not found a link between the Mikawa and Suruga Abe families. The first Daimyô here was Abe Nobumori 1584 - 1674 安部信盛 (のぶもり) [note the different kanji for Abe]. Descent: Abe Nobuzane ? - ? 安部信真 - Abe Motozane 1513 - 1587 安部元真 (もとざね) - Abe Nobukatsu 1552 - 1600 安部信勝 (のぶかつ) - Abe Nobumori. Motozane, who served the Imagawa, held Suruga castle against Takeda Shingen on one of Shingen's forays south. Motozane was ultimately defeated despite performing well and following the fall of the Imagawa continued to oppose the Takeda under his new master Tokugawa Ieyasu


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2. 明智日向守 Akechi Hyûga no Kami



O uma-jirushi

AKECHI MITSUHIDE 1526 – 1582
明智光秀 (あけち みつひで)
Hyûga no Kami 日向守
Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Jubyoe no Jô
Jûsan-kobu
[KORETA MITSUHIDE 惟任光秀]
[AKECHI JÛBEI 明智十兵衛]

Originating in Mino, his grandfather Mitsutsugu held Akechi and served the Toki, by the time of Mitsuhide the family served the Saitô. Mitsuhide moved when the Saitô in-fighting started and may have taken up with the Asakura in Echizen. Returning to Mino around 1567 he entered service with Oda Nobunaga and by 1571 held a 100 000 koku fief at Sakamoto in Ômi. In 1575 he was allowed the family name Koreta. After subduing Tamba from 1577, he was given the province in 1580. He carried out a number of missions for Nobunaga, and the relationship between the two and the lead up to subsequent events can be found in many sources. In 1582 Mitsuhide was sent to assist Toyotomi Hideyoshi who was besieging Tottori Castle in Inaba. Not long after setting off, on the 21 June 1582, he turned his men around and attacked Nobunaga who was at the Honnôji, Nobunaga was either killed or committed suicide. Other members of the Oda family were also attcked and Azuchi castle sacked. Toyotomi Hideyoshi rushed back and soon took battle to the Akechi at Yamazaki on 2 July 1862. Mitsuhide was killed escaping the battlefield, and a subsequent assault on his castle at Sakamoto saw the demise of most of his remaining family. The events following Mitsuhide’s actions were so pivotal to the rest of the Sengoku and Edo periods – the fall of the Oda, rise of the Toyotomi and eventually the rise of the Tokugawa – his action at Honnôji could be one of the most influential events during the period

Parentage:
1st son of Akechi Mitsutsuna / Mitsukuni 1497 – 1535 明智光綱 (みつつな) / 明智光国
Adopted son of Akechi Mitsuyasu 1500 – 1556 明智光安 (みつやす) (the 3rd son of Akechi Mitsutsugu)
Grandson of Akechi Mitsutsugu 1468 – 1538 明智光継(みつつぐ)
Great-grandson of Akechi Yorihisa ? - ? 明智頼弘

Siblings:
Akechi Nobunori ? - ? 明智信教
Akechi Yasuhide ? - ? 明智康秀
Akechi Mitsuharu 1537 – 1582 明智光春(みつはる) [by adoption]

Wives / concubines:
Married daughter of Yamagishi Mitsunobu 山岸光信
Married Tsumaki Hiroko 1530 – 1576 妻木煕子(つまき ひろこ)
Married daughter of Hattori Yasuaki (akira) 服部保章

Children:
Sons-
Akechi Mitsuyoshi 1569 – 1582 明智光慶(みつよし)
Tsutsui Sadayori – 1582 筒井定頼

Daughters-
Married Oda Nobuzumi
Gracie (married Hosokawa Tadaoki) 1563 – 1600 細川ガラシャ


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3. 秋田河内守 Akita Kawachi no Kami

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

AKITA TOSHISUE 1598 - 1649
秋田俊季(としすえ)
Kawachi no Kami 河内守
Izu no Kami 伊豆守
Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Tozama

Akita Sanesue was the son of Ando Chikasue who defeated the Asari of Hinai and unified the two branches of the Ando family, the Hiyama and Minato, and ruled from Hiyama Castle, Sanesue (or his father) was adopted into the Akita family. Sanesue fought the Onodera in 1588, and also later clashed with the Nanbu. He joined Toyotomi Hideyoshi and was present at the Odawara siege and in the Imjin War. In 1600 he sided with Tokugawa Ieyasu, but due to illness did not take part. His son, Toshisue, intended to take their army and join Ishida Mitsunari so Sanesue recalled the army. He led a 700 strong contingent at Ôsaka in the winter campaign and 1000 in the summer campaign. He was followed at Shishido by his son Toshisue, who was moved in 1645 to Miharu in Mutsu which the family then held till 1871

The banners are illustrated in Evalerio’s Heraldry in the Sengoku thread

Fiefs:
2nd and last Akita and 2nd Daimyô of Shishido, Hitachi 50 000 koku 1631 – 1645
1st Akita and 3rd Daimyô of Miharu, Mutsu 50 000 koku 1645 - 1649

Parentage:
1st son of Akita Sanesue 1576 – 1660秋田実季(あきた さねすえ) Akita jô no suke 秋田城介(あきたじょうのすけ) Adopted son of Akita ?? (The ja-wiki entry for Chikasue has both the Akita and Andô kanji so it is possible Andô Chikasue was actually adopted into the Akita not Akita Sanesue) 1st Akita and 1st Daimyô of Shishido, Hitachi 50 000 koku 1602 - 1630
Grandson of Andô Chikasue / Yoshisue 1539 – 1587安東愛季(あんどう ちかすえ)
Great-grandson of Andô Kiyosue 1514 – 1553 安東舜季(きよすえ)

Siblings:
Akita Suetsugu ? - ? 秋田季次
Akita Suenobu ? - ? 秋田季信
Akita Suenaga ? - ? 秋田季長
Akita Suenori ? - ? 秋田季則
Sister married Araki Takatsuna? 荒木高綱
Sister married Tsugaru Nobutake

Wives / concubines:
Married daughter of Matsudaira (Fujii) Nobuyoshi

Children:
Sons –
1st Akita Morisue 1620 – 1676秋田盛季 (あきた もりすえ) Awa no Kami 安房守
2nd Akita and 4th Daimyô of Miharu, Mutsu 50 000 koku 1649 - 1676

2nd Akita Suehisa ? - ? 秋田季久

Daughters –
Married Shinjô Naonaga 新庄直長
Married Uemura Tadatomo 植村忠朝(うえむら ただとも)

Other Akita Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
None

The family would be Daimyô over:
Shishido, Hitachi (2 heads) 50 000 koku 1602 - 1645
Miharu, Mutsu (11 heads) 50 000 koku 1645 – 1871


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4. 秋月長門守 Akizuki Nagato no Kami



Banners Left – right. Uma-jirushi - Nobori

AKIZUKI TANENAGA 1567 - 1614
秋月種長(あきづき たねなが)
Nagato no Kami 長門守
Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Tozama

Akizuki Fumitane was a retainer of Ôuchi Yoshitaka in 1541, and then following Yoshitaka’s death he became a retainer of the Ôtomo. In 1557, following an agreement with the Môri, he rebelled, only to be attacked by a 20 000 strong Ôtomo army commanded by Tachibana Dôsetsu and Usuki Akihaya. Fumitane committed seppuku along with his eldest son Harutane.
The surviving son Tanezane was taken into the protective custody of the Môri and in 1559 he was established back in Akizuki Castle, but in 1569 was compelled to submit to the Ôtomo who had reached their high point. The Ôtomo suffered a crippling defeat to the Shimazu at Mimigawa in 1569 and as a result Tanezane rebelled. He mounted a token resistance to the advancing forces of Toyotomi Hideyoshi in 1587 but capitulated to the inevitable. He was given Takanabe in Hyûga as a fief, worth about 20 00 koku. By then he had already become a monk and so passed the clan on to his son Tanenaga.
Tanenaga went on to serve Hideyoshi in the Imjin War leading 1 000 men under Kuroda Nagamasa, and supported Ishida Mitsunari at Sekigahara. However, intervention from Mizuno Katsushige, meant he surprisingly kept his Takanabe fief. He was followed by his 3rd son Taneharu, aged 4, and the family held the fief till 1871

The banners are illustrated in Evalerio’s Heraldry in the Sengoku thread

Fiefs:
1st Akizuki and 1st Daimyô of Takanabe, Hyûga 30 000 koku 1587 - 1614

Parentage:
Son of Akizuki Tanezane 1548 – 1596 秋月種実(たねざね)
Grandson of Akizuki Fumatane 1512 – 1557 秋月文種(ふみたね)

Siblings:
Takahashi Mototane 1571 – 1614 高橋元種(たかはし もとたね) [adopted by Takahashi Akitane 1529? – 1579高橋鑑種(あきたね)]
Akizuki Taneyuki 秋月種至

Wives / concubines:
?? 彦山座主

Children:
Sons –
1st Akizuki **? 秋月養子
2nd Akizuki Tanesada – 1628 秋月種貞(たねさだ)
3rd Akizuki Taneharu 1610 – 1659 秋月種春(たねはる) Nagato no Kami 長門守
2nd Akizuki and 2nd Daimyô of Takanabe, Hyûga 30 000 koku 1614 - 1659

Daughters –
Concubine to Akizuki Tanesada
Married Hiramatsu Tokitsune [Tokitsune 1599 – 1654 平松時庸(ひらまつ ときつね)]

Other Akizuki Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
None

The family would be Daimyô over:
Takanabe, Hyûga (10 heads) 30 – 27 000 koku 1587 - 1871


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5. 安藤右京亮 Andô Ukiyo shiki?



Banners Left – right. Ko uma-jirushi – Ashigaru sashimono – Sashimono – O uma-jirushi – Tsukaiban – Fukinuki

ANDÔ SHIGENAGA 1600 - 1657
安藤重長(あんどう しげなが)
右京亮 Ukiyo shiki ?
Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Fudai

The Andô were a Mikawa family that under Andô Ieshige came to serve Matsudaira Hirotada, Ieshige was killed in battle at Anjô in 1540 and was possibly the father of Andô Shigeyoshi. Andô Shigenobu was a retainer of Tokugawa Ieyasu and subsequently fought in a number of Ieyasu’s battles including Mikatagahara in 1572. I have not found any reference to the family’s part in either Sekigahara or Ôsaka. Shigenobu held the position of Rôjû from 1611 – 1621. In 1619 he was moved to the 56 000 fief of Takasaki in Kôzuke and at the same time held Yamakami, a 10 000 koku fief in Ômi.The two fiefs passed to his son Shigenaga who held them till his death in 1657. He was followed by his grandson Andô Shigehiro 1640 – 1698 安藤重博(しげひろ), the first son of his own first son Shigeyuki. This, the main line would end up holding Iwakidaira in Mutsu till 1871.
Another branch of the family came from Shigeyoshi’s younger son, Naotsugu, who had been Ieyasu’s page. Naotsugu was present at Anegawa, was active against the Takeda in Tôtômi in 1574, was present at Nagakute and served in the main Tokugawa force at Sekigahara. He received a fief at Kakegawa, Tôtômi in 1617 worth 20 000 koku and was moved in 1619 to Tanabe, Kii worth 38 000 koku, a fief his line would hold till 1871

Fiefs:
2nd Andô and 6th Daimyô of Takasaki, Kôzuke 56 000 koku 1621 – 1657
2nd Andô and 2nd Daimyô of Yamakami, Ômi 10 000 koku 1621 - 1657

Parentage:
Son of Honda Masamori ? - ? 本多正盛
Adopted son of Andô Shigenobu 1557 – 1621 安藤重信(しげのぶ) Tsushima no Kami 対馬守 Rôjû 侍従 1611 – 1621
1st and last Andô and 4th Daimyô of Omigawa, Shimôsa 16 000 koku 1612 - 1619
1st Andô and 5th Daimyô of Takasaki, Kôzuke 56 000 koku 1619 – 1621 / 1st Andô and 1st Daimyô of Yamakami, Ômi 10 000 koku 1619 - 1621
Grandson of Andô Shigeyoshi 安藤基能

Siblings:
?

Wives / concubines:
?

Children:
Sons –
1st Andô Shigeyuki 1623 - 1641 安藤重之(しげゆき)
Andô Shigetsune? ? - ? 安藤重常

Daughters –
Married Niwa Mitsushige
Married Shimizu Tadamune? 志水忠宗
Married Kutsuki Tanetsuna

Other Andô Daimyô c1600 – 1650
Andô Shigehiro 1640 - 1698 安藤重博 [1st son of Andô Shigeyuki] Tsushima no Kami 対馬守
3rd Andô and 7th Daimyô of Takasaki, Kôzuke 56 000 koku 1657 – 1695 / 3rd Andô and 3rd Daimyô of Yamakami, Ômi 10 000 koku 1657 - 1695
1st Andô and 6th Daimyô of Matsuyama, Bitchû 65 000 koku 1695 – 1698

Andô Naotsugu 1555 – 1635 安藤直次 [Son of Andô Shigeyoshi] Taitô 帯刀 Rôjû 侍従 1600 - 1616
1st and last Andô and 1st Daimyô of Kakegawa, Tôtômi 20 000 koku 1617 – 1619
1st Andô and 1st Daimyô of Tanabe, Kii 38 000 koku 1619 - 1635

Andô Naoharu 1607 – 1636 安藤直治 [2nd son of Andô Naotsugu] Hida no Kami 飛騨守
2nd Andô and 2nd Daimyô of Tanabe, Kii 38 000 koku 1635 – 1636

Andô Yoshikado 1636 – 1654 安藤義門 [1st son of Andô Naoharu] Taitô 帯刀
3rd Andô and 3rd Daimyô of Tanabe, Kii 38 000 koku 1636 - 1654


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6. 青木甲斐守 Aoki Kai no Kami



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AOKI SHIGEKANE 1607 - 1682
青木重兼(あおき しげかね)
Kai no Kami 甲斐守
Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Tozama

The Aoki had been powerful and active in Mino with the Toki and Saito, then with the Oda and finally Aoki Kazushige had served Hideyoshi, but was awarded the Asada fief by Ieyasu after Osaka; according to ja-wiki Kazushige was on / allied to the western side at Ôsaka, so he must have been pardoned for this.
Aoki Shigekane served Tokugawa Ieyasu and became the 2nd Daimyô of Asada-han 1619 – 1672. He was followed by adopted son Aoki Shigemasa, the fief stayed in their family till the Meiji restoration

Most of their banners show a representation of Mount Fuji (Kai Province) and as can be seen above he held the court rank Kai no Kami

Also on the Western side at Ôsaka were:
Aoki Hisanori d 1615 青木久矩 (ひさのり) [son of Aoki Toshinori d 1608 青木俊矩(としのり)] (ja-wiki]
Aoki Nobushige, who also had the mountain banner, I have not yet placed him within the family. (source – Ôsaka 1615 (Osprey))

Fiefs:
2nd Aoki and 2nd Daimyô of Asada, Settsu 12 000 koku 1619 – 1672

Parentage:
Son of Aoki Yoshinao 青木可直
Adopted son of Aoki Kazushige 1551 - 1628 青木一重(かずしげ) Minbu-shôsuke? 民部少輔 1st Aoki and 1st Daimyô of Asada, Settsu 12 000 koku 1614 - 1619
Grandson of Aoki Shigenao 1529 - 1613 青木重直(しげなお) Mino no Kami 美濃守

Siblings:
Aoki Masashige 1581 – 1664 青木正重(まさしげ) Suruga no Kami 駿河守

Wives / concubines:
Married daughter of Sakai Tadatoshi ?

Children:
Sons –
Aoki Shigemasa / Shigenari 1625 - 1693 青木重正(しげまさ) / 青木重成 [son of Aoki Naomasa 青木直正] Kai no Kami 甲斐守 3rd Aoki and 3rd Daimyô of Asada, Settsu 12 000 koku 1672 - 1693
Aoki Yoshikazu 1627 – 1644 青木可一(よしかず) [3rd son of Sakai Tadakatsu]

Daughters –
?

Other Aoki Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
None

The family would be Daimyô over:
Asada, Settsu (14 heads) 12 000 koku 1614 - 1871


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7. 青山大蔵小輔 Aoyama Ôkura no shôfu



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AOYAMA YOSHINARI 1586 - 1643
青山幸成(あおやま よしなり
Ôkura no shôfu 大蔵小輔
Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Fudai
[AOYAMA YUKINARI ]

The Aoyama originated in Kôzuke but moved to Mikawa where the family started serving the Matsudaira, briefly the Imagawa and then the Tokugawa. Tadakado first served Matsudaira Hirotada, when Hirotada died he briefly joined the Imagawa before returning to serve the future Tokugawa Ieyasu. It is believed he died fighting the Takeda in their invasion of Mikawa. His son Tadanari was a companion to the young Tokugawa Hidetada and was a trusted retainer of Ieyasu. In 1590 after relocating to the Kantô, Ieyasu made him a magistrate of Edo and gave him 7 000 koku of land around Akasaka, where he built a mansion at Aoyama. He was with Hidetada during the Sekigahara campaign and soon after became Daimyô with a 15 000 koku fief at Edosaki in Hitachi; he also became the general magistrate for the whole Kantô. His son Tadatoshi fell out with the Shôgun, Iemitsu, but the next Aoyama Daimyô – Munetoshi – restored the family fortunes, The senior branch saw out the Edo period at Sasayama.
Yoshinari, Tadanari’s 4th son, was the first Daimyô of a cadet branch of the family, starting at Kakegawa, moving to Amagasaki, and finally moving to Gujo which this branch held till 1871
Also Aoyama Narishige from another family branch briefly held a fief in the late Sengoku

The banners are a play on their name - Aoyama means Blue Mountain and the banners have the Yama (mountain) kanji on a blue field

Fiefs:
1st and last Aoyama and 7th Daimyô of Kakegawa, Tôtômi 25 – 35 000 koku 1633 – 1635
1st Aoyama and 3rd Daimyô of Amagasaki, Settsu 20 000 koku 1635 - 1643

Parentage:
4th son of Aoyama Tadanari 1551 – 1613 青山忠成(あおやま ただなり) Harima no Kami (播磨守) Hitachi no Kuni (常陸国(ひたちのくに))Rôjû (侍従) 1601 - 1606
1st Aoyama and 2nd Daimyô of Edosaki, Hitachi 15 – 35 000 koku 1601 - 1613
Grandson of Aoyama Tadakado ? - ? 青山忠門(あおやま ただかど)
Great-grandson of Aoyama Tadayo ? - ? 青山忠世

Siblings:
Aoyama Tadatsugu 1577 – 1595 青山忠次(あおやま ただつぐ)
Aoyama Tadatoshi 1578 – 1643 青山忠俊(あおやま ただとし) Hoki no Kami 伯耆守
2nd and last Aoyama and 3rd Daimyô of Edosaki, Hitachi 15 – 35 000 koku 1613 – 1620
1st and last Aoyama and 4th Daimyô of Iwatsuki, Musashi 55 000 koku 1620 – 1623
1st and last Aoyama and 5th Daimyô of Ôtaki, Kazusa 20 000 koku 1623 - 1625
Asahina Yasushige? ? - ? 朝比奈泰重
Amagata Michinao? ? - ? 天方通直
Sister married Kawaguchi Chikatsugu? 川口近次

Wives / concubines:
Married daughter of Ogasawara Nobuyuki 1570 - 1614

Children:
Sons –
1st Aoyama Yoshitoshi / Yukitoshi 1616 – 1684 青山幸利(あおやま よしとし)?? 大膳亮
2nd Aoyama and 4th Daimyô of Amagasaki, Settsu 20 000 koku 1643 - 1684

2nd Aoyama Yoshi* / Yuki* 青山幸通

3rd Aoyama Yukimasa 1620 - 1686 青山幸正(あおやま ゆきまさ) Shinano no Kami 信濃守

4th Aoyama Yukitaka 青山幸高

Daughters –
Married Hori Chikamasa 1606 - 1673 堀親昌(ほり ちかまさ)
Married Mizunoya Katsumune 1623 – 1689 水谷勝宗(みずのや かつむね)
Married Matsudaira Nobuhisa 1629 – 1652 松平信久(まつだいら のぶひさ)

Other Aoyama Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Aoyama Narisgige 1549 – 1615青山成重 2nd son of Hattori Masanobu, adopted heir of Aoyama Tadashige青山忠重 [4th son of Aoyama Tadayo] Rôjû 侍従 1608 – 1613
1st and last Aoyama and 1st and last Daimyô of Iida, Shimôsa 10 000 koku 1603 - 1613

Aoyama Munetoshi 1604 – 1679 青山宗俊 Son of Aoyama Tadatoshi 1578 – 1643 Inaba no Kami 因幡守
1st and last Aoyama and 4th Daimyô of Komoro, Shinano 42 000 koku 1648 – 1662
Ôsaka Jôdei 大阪城代 – not holding a han 1662 – 1678
1st Aoyama and 6th Daimyô of Hamamatsu, Tôtômi 50 000 koku 1678 - 1679

The family would be Daimyô over:
Edosaki, Hitachi (2 heads) 15 – 35 000 koku 1601 – 1620
Iida, Shimôsa (1 head) 10 000 koku 1603 – 1613
Iwatsuki, Musashi (1 head) 55 000 koku 1620 – 1623
Ôtaki, Kazusa (1 head) 20 00 koku 1623 – 1625
Kakegawa, Tôtômi (1 head) 25 – 35 000 koku 1633 – 1635
Amagasaki, Settsu (4 heads) 20 000 koku 1635 – 1711
Komoro, Shinano (1 head) 42 000 koku 1648 – 1662
Hamamatsu, Tôtômi (3 heads) 50 000 koku 1678 – 1702
Kameyama, Tamba (3 heads) 50 000 koku 1702 – 1748
Iiyama, Shinano (1 head) 48 000 koku 1711 - 1717
Miyazu, Tango (2 heads) 48 000 koku 1717 - 1758
Sasayama, Tamba (6 heads) 50 – 60 000 koku 1748 – 1871
Gujo, Mino (7 heads) 48 000 koku 1758 – 1871


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8. 有馬左衛門佐 Arima Saiemonfu



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

ARIMA NAOZUMI 1586 – 1641
有馬直純
Saiemonfu 左衛門佐
Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Tozama

The Hizen Arima descended from the Fujiwara and were founded in the 12th Century. They settled in the Takaku region of Kyushu, centred on the Shimabara peninsular in Hizen. Haruzumi expanded the family’s influence in Hizen during the Sengoku and they came into conflict with the Ryûzôji, eventually allying themselves to the Shimazu. The family profited from contact with foreigners but were very anti-Christian. The family submitted to Toyotomi Hideyoshi when he invaded Kyushu. In 1612 Harunobu, who had supported the Western side at Sekigahara, was executed for treason and his son Naozumi became family head. The family was moved to Hyûga and finally to Echizen. Naozumi was active at Ôsaka on the Tokugawa side and would play a part in putting down the Shimabara Rebellion.

The banners are illustrated in Evalerio’s Heraldry in the Sengoku thread

Fiefs:
2nd and last Arima and 2nd Daimyô of Shimabara, Hizen 40 000 koku 1612 – 1614
1st Arima and 1st Daimyô of Nobeoka, Hyûga 53 000 koku 1614 - 1641

Parentage:
Son of Arima Harunobu 1567 – 1612 有馬晴信(ありま はるのぶ) Shuri-Daiyû 修理大夫
1st Arima and 1st Daimyô of Shimabara, Hizen 40 000 koku 1600 – 1612
Grandson of Arima Yoshisada 1521 – 1577 有馬義貞(ありま よしさだ)
Great-grandson of Arima Haruzumi 1483 – 1566 有馬晴純 Shuri-Daiyû 修理大夫

Siblings:
?

Wives / concubines:
Kuni-hime – the adopted daughter of Tokugawa Ieyasu
Married daughter of Konishi Josei 小西如清(こにし じょせい)
Married daughter of Honda Tadamasa 本多忠政(ほんだ ただまさ)

Children:
Sons –
1st Arima Yasuzumi 1613 – 1692 有馬康純(ありま やすずみ)Saiemonfu 左衛門佐
2nd Arima and 2nd Daimyô of Nobeoka, Hyûga 53 000 koku 1641 – 1679

2nd Arima Sumimasa 有馬純政

Daughters –
Married Honda Masakatsu 1614 - 1671 本多政勝(ほんだ まさかつ)
Married Honda Masakatsu 1614 – 1671 本多政勝(ほんだ まさかつ) [different daughter]
Married Akimoto Tomitomo 1610 - 1657 秋元富朝(あきもと とみとも)
Married Kuroda Takamasa 1612 - 1639 黒田高政(くろだ たかまさ

Other Arima (Hizen) Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
None

The family would be Daimyô over:
Shimabara, Hizen (2 heads) 40 000 koku 1600 – 1614
Nobeoka, Hyûga (3 heads) 53 000 koku 1614 – 1692
Itoigawa, Echigo (1 head) 50 000 koku 1692 – 1694
Maruoka, Echizen (8 heads) 50 000 koku 1694 - 1871


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 03, 2010 7:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote
9. 有馬兵部 Arima Hyôbu



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ARIMA TADAYORI 1603 - 1655
有馬忠頼(ありま ただより)
Hyôbu 兵部
Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
Rôjû 侍従
Nakatsukasa daiyû 中務大輔
Fudai

The Settsu Arima do not appear to be in any way related to the Hizen Arima, and were descended from the Akamatsu. The family was founded by Arima Yoshisuke in the 14th century, during the Sengoku the family served the Watarase for Toyotomi Hideyoshi then the Tokugawa, Tadayori was with his father during the suppression of the Shimabara Rebellion and in 1642 succeeded his father as Daimyô of Kurume in Chikugo

To differentiate from his father's troops he had one, not two, banners for his Ashigaru, and his standard had two bundles of feathers.

Fiefs:
2nd Arima and 2nd Daimyô of Kurume, Chikugo 210 000 koku 1642 - 1655

Parentage:
1st Son of Arima Toyouji 1569 – 1642 有馬豊氏(ありま とようじ)Genba ryô 玄蕃頭
1st and last Arima and 1st Daimyô of Fukuchiyama, Tamba 60 000 koku 1600 – 1620
1st Arima and 1st Daimyô of Kurume, Chikugo 210 000 koku 1620 – 1642

Grandson of Arima Noriyori 1533 – 1602 有馬則頼(ありま のりより)Nakatsukasa ? 中務少輔
1st and last Arima and 2nd Daimyô of Mita, Settsu 20 000 koku 1600 - 1602

Great-grandson of Arima Shigenori ? - ? 有馬重則(ありま しげのり)
1st and last Arima and 1st and last Daimyô of Miki, Harima 10 000 koku ? - ?

Siblings:
Arima Yoritsugu 1611 – 1649 有馬頼次(ありま よりつぐ)
Arima Nobukata ? - ? 有馬信堅

Wives / concubines:
Daughter of Nishio Tadanaga 1584 - 1620 西尾忠永(にしお ただなが)
Daughter of Sakai Tadayo 1572 - 1636 酒井忠世(さかい ただよ)

Children:
Sons –
1st Arima Yorimoto 1654 – 1705 有馬頼元(ありま よりもと (adopted heir of Arima Yoritoshi 1655 – 1668) Rôjû 侍従 Nakatsukasa daiyû 中務大輔
4th Arima and 4th Daimyô of Kurume, Chikugo 210 000 koku 1668 - 1705

2nd Arima Yoritoshi 1655 – 1668 有馬頼利(ありま よりとし)Genba ryô 玄蕃頭
3rd Arima and 3rd Daimyô of Kurume, Chikugo 210 000 koku 1655 - 1668

Adopted - Arima Toyosuke 1646 – 1701 有馬豊祐(ありま とよすけ) (son of Koide Yoshishige 1607 - 1674 小出吉重(こいで よししげ))
1st and last Arima and 1st and last Daimyô of Matsuezaki, Chikugo 10 000 koku 1668 - 1684

Daughters –
Married Inaba Kagemichi 1639 - 1694 稲葉景通(いなば かげみち)
Married Yama(no)uchi Toyosada 1638 - 1677 山内豊定(やまうち とよさだ)
Married Arima Shigeyuki ? - ? 有馬重之

Other Arima (Hizen) Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
None

The family would be Daimyô over:
Miki, Harima (1 head) 10 000 koku ? - ?
Mita, Settsu (1 head) 20 000 koku 1600 - 1602
Fukuchiyama, Tamba (1 head) 20 000 koku 1600 – 1620 (included Mita from 1602 - 1620 as well)
Kurume, Chikugo (11 heads) 210 000 koku 1620 – 1871
Matsuezaki, Chikugo (1 head) 10 000 koku 1668 – 1684
Saijo, Ise (5 heads) 10 000 koku 1726 – 1781
Goi, Kazusa (5 heads) 10 000 koku 1781 – 1842
Fukiage, Shimotsuke (2 heads) 1842 - 1871


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 03, 2010 7:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote
10. 有馬玄蕃 Arima Genba



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ARIMA TOYOUJI 1569 - 1642
有馬豊氏(ありま とようじ)
Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
Junior 3rd Rank? 贈従三位
Rôjû 侍従
Genba ryô 玄蕃頭
Fudai

The Settsu Arima do not appear to be in any way related to the Hizen Arima, and were descended from the Akamatsu. The family was founded by Arima Yoshisuke in the 14th century, during the Sengoku the family served the Watarase for Toyotomi Hideyoshi then the Tokugawa. Toyouji originally held lands at Yokosuka in Tôtômi. He was present at Sekigahara where he was wounded leading his 900 troops, and at Ôsake where he is personally credited with taking 57 heads. With his son, and heir, Tadayori he took part in putting down the Shimabara rebellion.
From 1600, for 20 years he had a 60 000 koku fief in Tamba, his fortunes then increased when he received the new 210 000 koku Kurume fief in Chikugo which the family would hold till 1871.
His younger son Yoritsugu would not hold a domain, but his son Yoshimasa would be father to Arima Yoshikage who was father to Arima Ujinori 1668 – 1736有馬氏倫 who was the first Daimyô when the Settsu Arima Junior Branch received a domain. Initially at Saijo in Ise, then Goi in Kazusa, the last two Daimyô ruled Fukiage in Shimotsuke

Fiefs:
1st and last Arima and 1st Daimyô of Fukuchiyama, Tamba 60 000 koku 1600 – 1620
1st Arima and 1st Daimyô of Kurume, Chikugo 210 000 koku 1620 – 1642

Parentage:
Son of Arima Noriyori 1533 – 1602 有馬則頼(ありま のりより)Nakatsukasa ? 中務少輔
1st and last Arima and 2nd Daimyô of Mita, Settsu 20 000 koku 1600 - 1602

Grandson of Arima Shigenori ? - ? 有馬重則(ありま しげのり)
1st and last Arima and 1st and last Daimyô of Miki, Harima 10 000 koku ? - ?

Siblings:
Arima Noriuji 1584 - ? 有馬則氏(ありま のりうじ)
Arima Noritsugu ? - ? 有馬則次
Arima Toyonaga ? - ? 有馬豊長

Wives / concubines:
Daughter of Matsudaira (Nagasawa) Yasunao 1569 - 1593 松平康直(まつだいら やすなお)
Daughter of Tokugawa Ieyasu

Children:
Sons –
Arima Tadayori 1603 - 1655 有馬忠頼(ありま ただより)
2nd Arima and 2nd Daimyô of Kurume, Chikugo 210 000 koku 1642 - 1655

Arima Yoritsugu 1611 – 1649 有馬頼次(ありま よりつぐ)

Arima Nobukata ? - ? 有馬信堅

Daughters –
Married Torii Tadafusa 1606 - 1637 鳥居忠房(とりい ただふさ)
Married Koide Yoshishige 1607 - 1674 小出吉重(こいで よししげ)
Married Tsuchida ** ? - ? 土田某室
Married Mizuno Morinobu 1577 - 1637 水野守信(みずの もりのぶ)

Other Arima (Hizen) Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
None

The family would be Daimyô over:
Miki, Harima (1 head) 10 000 koku ? - ?
Mita, Settsu (1 head) 20 000 koku 1600 - 1602
Fukuchiyama, Tamba (1 head) 20 000 koku 1600 – 1620 (included Mita from 1602 - 1620 as well)
Kurume, Chikugo (11 heads) 210 000 koku 1620 – 1871
Matsuezaki, Chikugo (1 head) 10 000 koku 1668 – 1684
Saijo, Ise (5 heads) 10 000 koku 1726 – 1781
Goi, Kazusa (5 heads) 10 000 koku 1781 – 1842
Fukiage, Shimotsuke (2 heads) 1842 - 1871


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11. 浅野安芸守 Asano Aki no Kami



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ASANO MITSUAKIRA 1617 - 1693
浅野光晟(あさの みつあきら)
Aki no Kami 安芸守
Kii no Kami 紀伊守
Hidari shôshô 左少将
Rôjû 侍従
Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
Tozama

The Asano were descended from the Toki family, of Minamoto stock, originating around 1150 in Mino. In the Sengoku they served the Oda, the the Toyotomi and finally the Tokugawa.
The name is most often associated with the tale of the 47 Ronin during the Edo period, which saw the family lose one of its cadet branches.
Asano Nagamasa served in the Odawara and Imjin campaigns and was one of Hideyosh’s five Bugyô (commissioners). His son Yukinaga had accompanied his father at Odawara and in Korea, he personally led 6500 men for the Tokugawa at Sekigahara, but died childless. Asano Nagaakira, his brother, cemented the family’s place, marrying Furuhime, a daughter of Tokugawa Ieyasu and serving well at Ôsaka, where he reportedly took 44 heads. He was rewarded with the Hiroshima fief in 1619. He was in turn succeeded by his second son, Mitsuakira; Nagaakira’s eldest son, Nagaharu held a branch han at Miyoshi. The family ruled Hiroshima from 1619 – 1871, and had a junior branch in Hiroshimashinden 1730 – 1869. All the other junior branches disappeared during the early-mid Edo period.
Nagamasa’s third son, Nagashige, held 3 domains and started another junior branch of the Asano, this is the branch of Asano Naganori of 47 Ronin fame, who was dispossessed of their Akô han, and ordered to commit suicide.
A short-lived branch was the one ruler Shingû domain of Asano Tadayoshi, a grandson of Asano Nagakatsu.

Fiefs:
2nd Asano and 4th Daimyo of Hiroshima, Aki 426 500 koku 1632 - 1672

Parentage:
2nd son of Asano Nagaakira 1586 – 1632 浅野長晟(あさの ながあきら) Tajima no Kami 但馬守 Rôjû 侍従 Uhyoe no sa 右兵衛佐
1st and last Asano and 3rd Daimyo of Ashimori, Bitchû ? koku 1610 – 1613
2nd and last Asano and 4th Daimyo of Kishû, Kii 376 000 koku 1613 – 1619
1st Asano and 3rd Daimyo of Hiroshima, Aki 426 500 koku 1619 – 1632

Grandson of Asano Nagamasa 1547 – 1611浅野長政(あさの ながまさ) Tajima no Kami 但馬守 Danjô shohitsu 弾正少弼 Rôjû 侍従
1st Asano Daimyô of Kôfû, Kai 270 000 koku 1593 – 1593
1st Asano and 1st Daimyô of Makabe, Hitachi 50 000 koku 1606 – 1611

Great-grandson of Asano Nagakatsu – 1575 浅野長勝(あさの ながかつ) (through adoption) and Yasui Shigetsugu 安井重継 (by birth)

Siblings:
Asano Nagaharu 1614 – 1675 浅野長治(あさの ながはる) Inaba no Kami 因幡守
1st Asano and 1st Daimyô of Miyoshi, Bingo 50 000 koku 1632 - 1675

Wives / concubines:
Daughter of Maeda Toshitsune 1593 - 1658 前田利常(まえだ としつね)

Children:
Sons –
1st Asano Tsunaakira 1637 – 1673 浅野綱晟(あさの つなあきら) Danjô daihitsu 弾正大弼 Rôjû 侍従
3rd Asano and 5th Daimyô of Hiroshima, Aki 426 500 koku 1672 – 1673

2nd Asano Naganao 1644 – 1666 浅野長尚(あさの ながなお)

3rd Asano Nagateru 1652 – 1705 浅野長照(あさの ながてる) Shikibu Shôsuke 式部少輔
2nd Asano and 2nd Daimyô of Miyoshi, Bingo 50 000 koku 1675 - 1691

Daughters –
Married Tozawa Masanobu 1640 – 1722 戸沢正誠(とざわ まさのぶ)
Married Sengoku Tadatoshi 1640 – 1667 仙石忠俊(せんごく ただとし)
Married Ogasawara Tadataka 1647 – 1725 小笠原忠雄(おがさわら ただたか)

Other Asano Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Asano Nagashige 1588 – 1632浅野長重(あさの ながしげ) ? 采女正 [3rd son of Asano Nagamasa]
1st and last Asano and 1st Daimyô of Mooka, Shimotsuke 20 000 koku 1601 – 1611
2nd and last Asano and 2nd and last Daimyô of Makabe, Hitachi 50 000 koku 1611 – 1622
1st Asano and 5th Daimyô of Kasama, Hitachi 53 500 koku 1622 – 1632

Asano Yoshinaga / Yukinaga 1576 – 1613 浅野幸長(あさの よしなが) Kii no Kami 紀伊守 Sakyô daiyu 左京大夫 [1st son of Asano Nagamasa]
2nd Asano Daimyô of Kôfû, Kai 270 000 koku 1593 - 1600
1st Asano and 3rd Daimyô of Kishû, Kii 376 000 koku 1600 – 1613

Asano Naganao 1610 – 1672 浅野長直(あさの ながなお) Takumi no Suke 内匠頭 [1st son of Asano Nagashige]
2nd and last Asano and 6th Daimyô of Kasama, Hitachi 53 500 koku 1632 – 1645
1st Asano and 3rd Daimyô of Akô, Harima 53 000 koku 1645 – 1671

Asano Tadayoshi 1546 – 1621 浅野忠吉(あさの ただよし) Ukon daifu 右近大夫 [Son of Asano Nagatada 浅野長忠 (2nd son of Asano Nagakatsu)]
1st and last Asano and 1st Daimyô of Shingô, Kii 28 000 koku 1600 – 1619

The family would be Daimyô over:
Kôfû, Kai (2 heads) 270 000 koku 1583 – 1600
Kishu, Kii (2 heads) 376 000 koku 1600 - 1619
Shingû, Kii (1 head) 28 000 koku 1600 – 1619
Mooka, Shimotsuke (1 head) 20 000 koku 1601 – 1611
Makabe, Hitachi (2 heads) 50 000 koku 1606 – 1622
Ashimori, Bitchû (1 head) ? koku 1610 – 1613
Hiroshima, Aki (12 heads) 426 500 koku 1619 – 1871
Kasama, Hitachi (2 heads) 53 500 koku 1622 – 1645
Miyoshi, Bngo (5 heads) 50 000 koku 1632 – 1720
Akô, Harima (3 heads) 53 000 koku 1645 – 1701 (dispossessed)
Hiroshimashinden, Aki (7 heads) 30 000 koku 1730 - 1869


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12. 浅野采女正 Asano Uneme no Kami / shô



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

The Tsukaiban had a white horô.

ASANO NAGASHIGE 1588 – 1632
浅野長重(あさの ながしげ)
Uneme no Kami / shô 采女正
Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Tozama

The Asano were descended from the Toki family, of Minamoto stock, originating around 1150 in Mino. In the Sengoku they served the Oda, the the Toyotomi and finally the Tokugawa.
The name is most often associated with the tale of the 47 Ronin during the Edo period, which saw the family lose one of its cadet branches.
Asano Nagamasa served in the Odawara and Imjin campaigns and was one of Hideyosh’s five Bugyô (commissioners). His son Yukinaga had accompanied his father at Odawara and in Korea, he personally led 6500 men for the Tokugawa at Sekigahara, but died childless. Asano Nagaakira, his brother, cemented the family’s place, marrying Furuhime, a daughter of Tokugawa Ieyasu and serving well at Ôsaka, where he reportedly took 44 heads. He was rewarded with the Hiroshima fief in 1619. He was in turn succeeded by his second son, Mitsuakira; Nagaakira’s eldest son, Nagaharu held a branch han at Miyoshi. The family ruled Hiroshima from 1619 – 1871, and had a junior branch in Hiroshimashinden 1730 – 1869. All the other junior branches disappeared during the early-mid Edo period.
Nagamasa’s third son, Nagashige, held 3 domains and started another junior branch of the Asano, this is the branch of Asano Naganori of 47 Ronin fame, who was dispossessed of their Akô han, and ordered to commit suicide.
A short-lived branch was the one ruler Shingû domain of Asano Tadayoshi, a grandson of Asano Nagakatsu.

Fiefs:
1st and last Asano and 1st Daimyô of Mooka, Shimotsuke 20 000 koku 1601 – 1611
2nd and last Asano and 2nd and last Daimyô of Makabe, Hitachi 50 000 koku 1611 – 1622
1st Asano and 5th Daimyô of Kasama, Hitachi 53 500 koku 1622 – 1632

Parentage:
3rd son of Asano Nagamasa 1547 – 1611浅野長政(あさの ながまさ) Tajima no Kami 但馬守 Danjô shohitsu 弾正少弼 Rôjû 侍従
1st Asano Daimyô of Kôfû, Kai 270 000 koku 1593 – 1593
1st Asano and 1st Daimyô of Makabe, Hitachi 50 000 koku 1606 – 1611

Grandson of Asano Nagakatsu – 1575 浅野長勝(あさの ながかつ) (through adoption) and Yasui Shigetsugu 安井重継 (by birth)

Siblings:
Asano Yoshinaga / Yukinaga 1576 – 1613 浅野幸長(あさの よしなが) Kii no Kami 紀伊守 Sakyô daiyu 左京大夫
2nd Asano Daimyô of Kôfû, Kai 270 000 koku 1593 - 1600
1st Asano and 3rd Daimyô of Kishû, Kii 376 000 koku 1600 – 1613

Asano Nagaakira 1586 – 1632 浅野長晟(あさの ながあきら) Tajima no Kami 但馬守 Rôjû 侍従 Uhyoe no sa 右兵衛佐
1st and last Asano and 3rd Daimyo of Ashimori, Bitchû ? koku 1610 – 1613
2nd and last Asano and 4th Daimyo of Kishû, Kii 376 000 koku 1613 – 1619
1st Asano and 3rd Daimyo of Hiroshima, Aki 426 500 koku 1619 – 1632

Wives / concubines:
Daughter of Matsudaira (Takenoya) Iekiyo 1566 - 1611 松平(竹谷)家清(まつだいら いえきよ)

Children:
Sons –
Asano Naganao 1610 – 1672 浅野長直(あさの ながなお) Takumi no Suke 内匠頭
2nd and last Asano and 6th Daimyô of Kasama, Hitachi 53 500 koku 1632 – 1645
1st Asano and 3rd Daimyô of Akô, Harima 53 000 koku 1645 – 1671

Daughters –
Married Asano Nagaharu 1614 – 1675 浅野長治(あさの ながはる)

Other Asano Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Asano Tsunaakira 1637 – 1673 浅野綱晟(あさの つなあきら) Danjô daihitsu 弾正大弼 Rôjû 侍従
3rd Asano and 5th Daimyô of Hiroshima, Aki 426 500 koku 1672 – 1673

Asano Nagateru 1652 – 1705 浅野長照(あさの ながてる) Shikibu Shôsuke 式部少輔
2nd Asano and 2nd Daimyô of Miyoshi, Bingo 50 000 koku 1675 – 1691

Asano Nagaharu 1614 – 1675 浅野長治(あさの ながはる) Inaba no Kami 因幡守
1st Asano and 1st Daimyô of Miyoshi, Bingo 50 000 koku 1632 - 1675

Asano Tadayoshi 1546 – 1621 浅野忠吉(あさの ただよし) Ukon daifu 右近大夫 [Son of Asano Nagatada 浅野長忠 (2nd son of Asano Nagakatsu)]
1st and last Asano and 1st Daimyô of Shingô, Kii 28 000 koku 1600 – 1619

The family would be Daimyô over:
Kôfû, Kai (2 heads) 270 000 koku 1583 – 1600
Kishu, Kii (2 heads) 376 000 koku 1600 - 1619
Shingû, Kii (1 head) 28 000 koku 1600 – 1619
Mooka, Shimotsuke (1 head) 20 000 koku 1601 – 1611
Makabe, Hitachi (2 heads) 50 000 koku 1606 – 1622
Ashimori, Bitchû (1 head) ? koku 1610 – 1613
Hiroshima, Aki (12 heads) 426 500 koku 1619 – 1871
Kasama, Hitachi (2 heads) 53 500 koku 1622 – 1645
Miyoshi, Bngo (5 heads) 50 000 koku 1632 – 1720
Akô, Harima (3 heads) 53 000 koku 1645 – 1701 (dispossessed)
Hiroshimashinden, Aki (7 heads) 30 000 koku 1730 - 1869


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13. 伊達遠江守 Datê Tôtômi no Kami



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DATÊ HIDEMUNE 1591 – 1658
伊達秀宗(だて ひでむね)
Tôtômi no Kami 遠江守
Rôjû 侍従
Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
Tozama

The Datê originated in the grant of lands in the Datê district of Mutsu during 1189 to Isa Tomomune, of the Fujiwara family. Supporting the Southern Court in the War Between the Courts they sumitted to the Ashikaga eventually. During the Sengoku they were actively involved in domain expansion in the north reaching their height under Masamune, and became allies of the Tokugawa as the pre-eminent family in that area. With an alliance of local Tokugawa supporting families they fought the pro-Western forces in the area, allowing Tokugawa Ieyasu to focus the majority of his attention, and more importantly, manpower towards the Ishida-led factions in the west, culminating in Sekigahara. The Datê were also active at Ôsaka, especially the Battle of the Tombs during the Summer campaign.

Datê Harumune was in conflict with his father, Tanemune, for a long period. He won the outcome and began re-establishing the family’s eroded position.
Terumune, his son, continued these efforts and was in conflict with their Hatakeyama and Asahina neighbours. He was killed during a peace discussion withg the Hatakeyama in 1585.
Masamune is one of the best known figures of the Sengoku. He brought the family to its peak attacking a lot of the family’s neighbours. However, in 1590, he had to acknowledge Hideyoshi as lord. He would later side with the Tokugawa and saw his family enter the Edo period with the largest domain in northern Japan at Sendai, which they held till 1871

Masamune’s eldest son, Hidemune, was born to a concubine and not eligible to inherit, so Masamune arranged for him to get his own fief in Iyo from 1614. This branch prospered and a second, cadet, branch was created in 1657 also in Iyo. Both survived till 1871. Hidemune was active at Ôsaka in 1615. Hidemune had been a page to Toyotomi Hideyoshi and the Hide part of his name was a gift

For completeness I have included members of the Rusu famly here, descended from the Fujiwara they supported the Kitabatake during the War Between the Courts. The Rusu entered the Sengoku based at Takamori and linked to the Datê. The Datê supplied many of the heirs and the Rusu essentially became a related retainer family as time progressed. In the period in question the family was based on Rusu Masakage, a son of Datê Harumune, and held Mizusawa as a han or a hatamoto holding till 1871

The Tamura family were similar. Descended from the Sakanoue, They had holdings in southern Mutsu around Moriyama and Miharu in the Sengoku period. They had become closely related to the Datê. The family was abolished by Hideyoshi in 1590 as punishment for Datê Masamune’s tardiness in responding to the Siege of Odawara. In the Edo period the Tamura family was re-established around Masamune’s 11th son Munekatsu. Based at Ichinoseki the family was often kept going by adoption from the Datê, but survived till 1871.

The Datê banners are comprehensively illustrated in Evalerio’s Heraldry in the Sengoku thread

Fiefs:
1st Datê and 2nd Daimyô of Uwajima, Iyo 100 000 koku 1614 – 1657

Parentage:
1st son of Datê Masamune 1567 – 1636 伊達政宗(だて まさむね) Echizen no Kami 越前守 Mutsu no Kami 陸奥守 Sakyô daiyu 左京大夫 Rôjû 侍従 ? ? 右近衛権少将 Sangi 参議
Ju Samni 従三位 Gon-chûnagon 権中納言
1st Datê and 1st Daimyô of Sendai, Mutsu 625 000 koku 1600 – 1636

Grandson of Datê Terumune 1544 – 1585 伊達輝宗(だて てるむね)Sakyô daiyu 左京大夫

Great-grandson of Datê Harumune 1519 – 1578 伊達晴宗(だて はるむね)Sakyô daiyu 左京大夫

Siblings:
Datê Tadamune 1600 – 1658 伊達忠宗(だて ただむね) Mimasaka no Kami 美作守 Rôjû 侍従 Echizen no Kami 越前守 ?? 左近衛権少将 Mutsu no Kami 陸奥守
2nd Datê and 2nd Daimyô of Sendai, Mutsu 625 000 koku 1636 - 1658
Datê Munekiyo 1600 – 1634 伊達宗清(だて むねきよ)Kawachi no Kami 河内守
Datê Muneyasu 1602- 1639 伊達宗泰(だて むねやす)Mikawa no Kami 三河守
Datê Munetsuna 1603 – 1618 伊達宗綱(だてむねつな)
Datê Munenobu 1603 – 1627 伊達宗信(だて むねのぶ)
Datê Munetaka 1607 – 1626 伊達宗高(だて むねたか)
(Datê) Takematsu no Kami 竹松丸
Datê Munezane 1613 - 1665 伊達宗実(だて むねざね)Awa no Kami 安房守 Jibu daisuke 治部大輔
Datê (Tamura) Munekatsu 1621 – 1679 伊達宗勝(だて むねかつ)
1st and last Datê and 1st Daimyô of Ichinoseki, Mutsu 30 000 koku 1660 – 1671 (This line went under the Tamura name till 1871)

Sister married Watari Munemoto 1600 - 1669 亘理宗根(わたり むねもと)
Iroha hime 1594 - 1661 五郎八姫(いろはひめ)
Muu hime 1608 - 1683 牟宇姫(むうひめ)
Mine hime 1616 - 1632 岑姫(みねひめ)
Sengiku hime 1626 - 1655 千菊姫(せんぎくひめ)
?? 津多

Wives / concubines:
Daughter of Ii Naomasa 1561 – 1602 井伊直政(いい なおまさ)

Children:
Sons –
1st Datê Munezane 1612 - 1644 伊達宗実(だて むねざね) Sakon daiyu 左近太夫

2nd Datê Munetoki 1615 – 1653 伊達宗時(だて むねとき) Sakyô no suke 左京亮

3rd Datê Munetoshi 1635 – 1709 伊達宗利(だて むねとし) Daizen daiyu 大膳大夫 Rôjû 侍従 Tôtômi no Kami 遠江守
2nd Datê and 3rd Daimyô of Uwajima, Iyo 100 000 koku 1657 – 1693

4th Kôri Muneshige 1635 – 1686 桑折宗臣(こおり むねしげ) [adopted by Kôri Muneyori 桑折宗頼]

5th Datê Munezumi 1636 – 1708 伊達宗純(だて むねずみ) Miyauchi daisuke 宮内少輔

6th Datê Tokumatsu 伊達徳松

7th Datê Munemoto 伊達宗職

8th Datê Yoshimatsu 伊達岩松

9th Datê Munenori 伊達宗則

Daughters-
Married Watanabe *tsuna 渡辺左衛

Other Datê Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Rusu Masakage / Datê Masakage 1549 – 1607 留守政景(るす まさかげ)/ / 伊達政景 [Son of Datê Harumune]
1st Datê / 1st Ruso and 3rd Daimyô of Mizusawa, Mutsu ? koku ? - ?

Rusu Munetoshi 1589 – 1638 留守宗利 [1st son of Rusu Masakage 1549 – 1607]
2nd Rusu and 4th Daimyô of Mizusawa, Mutsu 30 000 koku 1629 – 1638

Rusu Munenao 1626 – 1663 留守宗直 [Son of Rusu Munetoshi 1589 – 1638]
3rd Rusu and 5th Daimyô of Mizusawa 30 000 koku 1638 - 1663

The family would be Daimyô over:
Sendai, Mutsu (15 heads) 625 000 koku 1600 - 1871
Uwajima, Iyo (9 heads) 100 – 70 – 100 000 koku 1614 – 1871
Mizusawa, Mutsu (14 heads) 30 000 koku 1629 - ? (Rusu family - For long periods this was a hatamoto holding – actually there were only 4 full Daimyô 1629 – 1699)
Iyoyoshida, Iyo (9 heads) 30 000 koku 1657 – 1871
Ichinoseki, Mutsu (14 heads) 30 000 koku 1660 – 1871 (Nominally a han of the Tamura family, founded by Datê Munekatsu and with lots of cross adoption from the Datê)


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14. 松平遠江守 Matsudaira Mutsu no Kami



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

DATÊ MASAMUNE 1567 - 1636
伊達政宗(だて まさむね)
Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Sakyô daiyu 左京大夫
Rôjû 侍従
Echizen no Kami 越前守
Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
?? 右近衛権少将
Mutsu no Kami 陸奥守
Sei yon I ka 正四位下
Sangi 参議
Ju Samni 従三位
Gon-chûnagon 権中納言
Junior 2nd Rank 従二位
[TOJIRÔ MASAMUNE]
[Dokuganryû [ONE-EYED DRAGON]]
Tozama

The Datê originated in the grant of lands in the Datê district of Mutsu during 1189 to Isa Tomomune, of the Fujiwara family. Supporting the Southern Court in the War Between the Courts they sumitted to the Ashikaga eventually. During the Sengoku they were actively involved in domain expansion in the north reaching their height under Masamune, and became allies of the Tokugawa as the pre-eminent family in that area. With an alliance of local Tokugawa supporting families they fought the pro-Western forces in the area, allowing Tokugawa Ieyasu to focus the majority of his attention, and more importantly, manpower towards the Ishida-led factions in the west, culminating in Sekigahara. The Datê were also active at Ôsaka, especially the Battle of the Tombs during the Summer campaign.

Datê Harumune was in conflict with his father, Tanemune, for a long period. He won the outcome and began re-establishing the family’s eroded position.
Terumune, his son, continued these efforts and was in conflict with their Hatakeyama and Asahina neighbours. He was killed during a peace discussion withg the Hatakeyama in 1585.
Masamune is one of the best known figures of the Sengoku. He brought the family to its peak attacking a lot of the family’s neighbours. However, in 1590, he had to acknowledge Hideyoshi as lord. He would later side with the Tokugawa and saw his family enetr the Edo period with the largest domain in northern Japan at Sendai, which they held till 1871

Masamune’s eldest son, Hidemune, was born to a concubine and not eligible to inherit, so Masamune arranged for him to get his own fief in Iyo from 1614. This branch prospered and a second, cadet, branch was created in 1657 also in Iyo. Both survived till 1871. Hidemune was active at Ôsaka in 1615. Hidemune had been a page to Toyotomi Hideyoshi and the Hide part of his name was a gift

For completeness I have included members of the Rusu famly here, descended from the Fujiwara they supported the Kitabatake during the War Between the Courts. The Rusu entered the Sengoku based at Takamori and linked to the Datê. The Datê supplied many of the heirs and the Rusu essentially became a related retainer family as time progressed. In the period in question the family was based on Rusu Masakage, a son of Datê Harumune, and held Mizusawa as a han or a hatamoto holding till 1871

The Tamura family were similar. Descended from the Sakanoue, They had holdings in southern Mutsu around Moriyama and Miharu in the Sengoku period. They had become closely related to the Datê. The family was abolished by Hideyoshi in 1590 as punishment for Datê Masamune’s tardiness in responding to the Siege of Odawara. In the Edo period the Tamura family was re-established around Masamune’s 11th son Munekatsu. Based at Ichinoseki the family was often kept going by adoption from the Datê, but survived till 1871.

The Datê banners are comprehensively illustrated in Evalerio’s Heraldry in the Sengoku thread

Fiefs:

1st Datê and 1st Daimyô of Sendai, Mutsu 625 000 koku 1600 – 1636

Parentage:

1st son of Datê Terumune 1544 – 1585 伊達輝宗(だて てるむね)Sakyô daiyu 左京大夫

Grandson of Datê Harumune 1519 – 1578 伊達晴宗(だて はるむね)Sakyô daiyu 左京大夫

Great-grandson of Datê Tanemune 1488 – 1565 伊達稙宗 (だて たねむね) Sakyô daiyu 左京大夫

Siblings:
Datê Masamichi 1568 - 1590 伊達政道 (だて まさみち)
Datê Hidekatsu ? - ? 伊達秀雄

Wives / concubines:
Tamura Megohime (daughter of Tamura Kiyoaki)
Lady Iisaka

Children:
Sons –
1st Datê Hidemune 1591 – 1658 伊達秀宗(だて ひでむね) Tôtômi no Kami 遠江守 Rôjû 侍従
1st Datê and 2nd Daimyô of Uwajima, Iyo 100 000 koku 1614 – 1657

2nd Datê Tadamune 1600 – 1658 伊達忠宗(だて ただむね) Mimasaka no Kami 美作守 Rôjû 侍従 Echizen no Kami 越前守 ?? 左近衛権少将 Mutsu no Kami 陸奥守
2nd Datê and 2nd Daimyô of Sendai, Mutsu 625 000 koku 1636 – 1658

Datê Munekiyo 1600 – 1634 伊達宗清(だて むねきよ)Kawachi no Kami 河内守

Datê Muneyasu 1602- 1639 伊達宗泰(だて むねやす)Mikawa no Kami 三河守

Datê Munetsuna 1603 – 1618 伊達宗綱(だてむねつな)

Datê Munenobu 1603 – 1627 伊達宗信(だて むねのぶ)

Datê Munetaka 1607 – 1626 伊達宗高(だて むねたか)

(Datê) Takematsu no Kami 竹松丸

Datê Munezane 1613 - 1665 伊達宗実(だて むねざね)Awa no Kami 安房守 Jibu daisuke 治部大輔

11th Datê (Tamura) Munekatsu 1621 – 1679 伊達宗勝(だて むねかつ)
1st and last Datê and 1st Daimyô of Ichinoseki, Mutsu 30 000 koku 1660 – 1671 (This line went under the Tamura name till 1871)

Daughters-
Married Watari Munemoto 1600 - 1669 亘理宗根(わたり むねもと)
Iroha hime 1594 - 1661 五郎八姫(いろはひめ) Married Matsudaira Tadateru 1592 - 1683 松平忠輝(まつだいら ただてる)
Muu hime 1608 - 1683 牟宇姫(むうひめ) Married Ishikawa Munetaka 1607 - 1668 石川宗敬(いしかわ むねたか)
Mine hime 1616 - 1632 岑姫(みねひめ)
Sengiku hime 1626 - 1655 千菊姫(せんぎくひめ)
?? 津多

Other Datê Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Rusu Masakage / Datê Masakage 1549 – 1607 留守政景(るす まさかげ)/ / 伊達政景 [Son of Datê Harumune]
1st Datê / 1st Ruso and 3rd Daimyô of Mizusawa, Mutsu ? koku ? - ?

Rusu Munetoshi 1589 – 1638 留守宗利 [1st son of Rusu Masakage 1549 – 1607]
2nd Rusu and 4th Daimyô of Mizusawa, Mutsu 30 000 koku 1629 – 1638

Rusu Munenao 1626 – 1663 留守宗直 [Son of Rusu Munetoshi 1589 – 1638]
3rd Rusu and 5th Daimyô of Mizusawa 30 000 koku 1638 - 1663

The family would be Daimyô over:
Sendai, Mutsu (15 heads) 625 000 koku 1600 - 1871
Uwajima, Iyo (9 heads) 100 – 70 – 100 000 koku 1614 – 1871
Mizusawa, Mutsu (14 heads) 30 000 koku 1629 - ? (Rusu family - For long periods this was a hatamoto holding – actually there were only 4 full Daimyô 1629 – 1699)
Iyoyoshida, Iyo (9 heads) 30 000 koku 1657 – 1871
Ichinoseki, Mutsu (14 heads) 30 000 koku 1660 – 1871 (Nominally a han of the Tamura family, founded by Datê Munekatsu and with lots of cross adoption from the Datê)


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15. 土井大炊寮 Doi Oi no Kami (Ryô)

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DOI TOSHIKATSU 1573 – 1644
土井利勝 (どいとしかつ)
Oi no Kami (Ryo) 大炊寮(おおいりょう)
Rôjû 侍従 1610 – 1638
Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
Fudai

There were at least two Doi families during the Sengoku period, one was related to and served the Kôno family; the other family were Tokugawa retainers, and that is the family here. I have no information on the Doi before Toshikatsu. His father was Mizuno Nobumoto, the uncle of Tokugawa Ieyasu, who was accused of treason by Oda Nobunaga and subsequently executed. Toshikatsu was adopted into the Doi family. There are some suggestions that he was in fact the illegitimate son of Ieyasu. He grew up alongside Tokugawa Hidetada and bwcame a close advisor, commanding the Tokugawa Yellow regiment. He was with Hidetada during the Sekigahara campaign and missed the battle. In 1601 he became Daimyô. When Hidetada died his influence waned for a while but he became a senior elder a few years later under Tokugawa Iemitsu, and received a much larger fief, four of his five sons would become Daimyô. By the end of the Edo period the family would control 3 separate domains after the creation of two cadet branches, one in 1663 and the second in 1682, however the main family han at Koga had virtually halved in revenue by 1871

The banners are illustrated in Evalerio’s Heraldry in the Sengoku thread

Fiefs:
1st and last Doi and 3rd Daimyô of Omigawa, Shimôsa 10 000 koku 1602 – 1610
1st and last Doi and 4th Daimyô of Sakura, Shimôsa 32 – 142 000 koku 1610 – 1633
1st Doi and 8th Daimyô of Koga, Shimôsa 160 000 koku 1633 - 1644

Parentage:
Son of Mizuno Nobumoto d.1576 水野信元(みずの のぶもと) Shimotsuke no Kami下野守
Adopted heir of Doi Toshimasa ? - ? 土井利昌

Grandson of Mizuno Tadamasa 1493 – 1543 水野忠政(みずの ただまさ) Migi emon daifu?? 右衛門大夫 Shimotsuke no Kami 下野守 [the father of Tokugawa Ieyasu’s mother, Dai no kata]

Great-grandson of Mizuno Kiyotada ? - ? 水野清忠

Siblings:
?

Wives / concubines:
Married daughter of Matsudaira Chikakiyo ? - ? 松平近清

Children:
Sons –
1st Doi Toshitaka 1619 – 1685 土井利隆 (どい としたか) Wakadoshiyori 若年寄 1635 – 1638 Tôtômi no Kami 遠江守
2nd Doi and 9th Daimyô of Koga, Shimôsa 160 – 135 000 koku 1644 - 1658

2nd Doi Katsumasa ? - ? 土井勝政

3rd Doi Toshinaga 1631 – 1696 土井利長 (どい としなが) Hyogoto 兵庫頭
1st Doi and 8th Daimyô of Nishio, Mikawa 23 000 koku 1663 - 1681

4th Doi Toshifusa 1631 – 1683 土井利房 (どい としふさ) Wakadoshiyori 若年寄 1663 – 1679 Rôjû 侍従 1679 – 1681 Noto no Kami 能登守
1st Doi and 5th Daimyô of Ôno, Echizen 40 000 koku 1682 - 1683

5th Doi Toshinao 1637 – 1677 土井利直 (どい としなお) Shinano no Kami 信濃守
1st and last Doi and 1st and last Daimyô of Ôwa, Shimôsa 10 000 koku 1658 - 1677

Daughters -
Married Ikoma Takatoshi 1611 - 1659 生駒高俊(いこま たかとし)
Married Hori Naotsugu 1614 - 1638 堀直次(ほり なおつぐ)
Married Matsudaira (Mito) Yorishige 1622 - 1695 松平(水戸)頼重(まつだいら よりしげ)
Married Inoue Yoshimasa 井上吉政
Married Nasu Sukemitsu 1628 - 1687 那須資弥(なす すけみつ)

Other Doi Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
None

The family would be Daimyô over:
Omigawa, Shimôsa (1 head) 10 000 koku 1602 – 1610
Sakura, Shimôsa (1 head) 32 – 142 000 koku 1610 - 1633
Koga, Shimôsa (12 heads) 160 – 135 – 100 – 70 – 80 000 koku 1633 – 1681 and 1762 – 1871
Ôwa, Shimôsa (1 head) 10 000 koku 1658 – 1677
Nishio, Mikawa (4 heads) 23 000 koku 1663 – 1747
Toba, Shima (1 head) 70 000 koku 1681 - 1691
Ôno, Echizen (8 heads) 40 000 koku 1682 – 1871
Karatsu, Hizen (4 heads) 70 000 koku 1691 - 1762
Kariya, Mikawa (9 heads) 23 000 koku 1747 - 1871


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16. 遠藤但馬守 Endô Tajima no Kami



Banners Left – right. Sashimono – Uma-jirushi - Nobori

ENDÔ YOSHITAKA 1550 - 1632
遠藤慶隆 (えんどう よしたか)
Tajima no Kami 但馬守
Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Fudai

The Tajima no Kami title was also held by Yoshitaka’s son, Yoshitoshi 1609 - 1646, so the banners could be his as well, or instead

There were a number of Endôs during the Sengoku; Endô Motonobu and sons Munenobu and Harunobu were Datê retainers, Endô Naotsune was an Asai retainer and fought the Oda at Anegawa, and Endô Taneshige was with the Saitô then joined the Oda and fought against the Asai and Asakura.
In 1559 Endô Morikazu had defeated the local To family, who had held Gujo since the Muromachi. The To had a local castle (probably on Mount Toda) and Morikazu started the construction of a fortress whilst attacking the castle, this would become Gûjo-Hachiman castle. Following his victory, Morikazu extended the fortress to a castle and a castle town was started around it, but by the time of his death only the stonework was finished. His son Endô Yoshitaka supported the Oda and ended up in conflict with Toyotomi Hideyoshi after Oda Nobunaga’s death at the Honnoji no Hen. Hideyoshi removed him from Gujo Hachiman, the fief was given to Inaba Sadamichi.
Sadamichi did most of the work that finished of the castle and built the Tenshu-kaku.
Endô Yoshitaka supported the Tokugawa and fought at Sekigahara, his reward was being given back Gujo-Hachiman in 1600. His grandson, Endô Tsunetomo, became Daimyô in 1646 and stated extensive renovations. He also fortified the town of Gujo
Yoshitaka was present at Sekigahara and his banners can be seen on the battle screen. The family would remain as Daimyô till 1871 but with a smaller domain, they moved to Mikami in 1698 and finally to Yoshimi in 1870. Throughout the period the family was maintained by adoptions from other families, posthumously in one case as the family line died with the infant Daimyô, Tsunehisa, in 1693.

Fiefs:
1st Endô and 1st Daimyô of Gujo, Mino 27 – 24 000 koku 1600 - 1632

Parentage:
Son of Endô Morikazu 遠藤盛数

Siblings:
?

Wives / concubines:
Married daughter of Anegakôji Yoshiyori 1520 - 1572 姉小路良頼(あねがこうじ よしより

Children:
Sons –
1st Endô Yoshikatsu 1588 – 1615 遠藤慶勝 (えんどう よしかつ) Nagato no Kami 長門守

Adopted - Endô Yoshitoshi 1609 – 1646 遠藤慶利 (えんどう よしとし) Tajima no Kami 但馬守 Ise no Kami 伊勢守 [2nd son of Môri Naotsuna 森直綱)
2nd Endô and 2nd Daimyô of Gujo, Mino 27 – 24 000 koku 1632 - 1646

Daughters –
Married Kanamori Yoshishige 1558 - 1615 金森可重(かなもり よししげ)

Other Endo Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
Endô Tsunetomo 1628 – 1676 遠藤常友 (えんどう つねとも) Bizen no Kami 備前守 [1st son of Endô Yoshitoshi 1609 – 1646]
3rd Endô and 3rd Daimyô of Gujo, Mino 27 – 24 000 koku 1646 - 1676

The family would be Daimyô over:
Gujo, Mino (5 heads) 27 – 24 000 koku 1600 – 1693
Mikami, Ômi (6 heads) 12 000 koku 1698 – 1870
Yoshimi, Izumi (1 head) 14 500 koku 1870 - 1871


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17. 古田兵部 Furuta Hyôbu



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

The title Hyôbu was held by both Furuta Shigekatsu and Furuta Shigetsuna. Two of the illustrated banners are visible on one of the Sekigahara battle screens, which would be Shigekatsu, so I have elected to use him as the main focus

FURUTA SHIGEKATSU 1561 – 1606
古田重勝 (ふるた げかつ)
Hyôbu-shôsuke 古田兵部
Tozama

The Furuta served Toyotomi Hideyoshi, who gave them a 37 000 koku fief at Matsuzaka in Ise, they then shifted their allegiance to the Tokugawa. Shigekatsu led 1000 – 1200 men at Sekigahara, and can be seen on one of the battle screens; he was rewarded by having his income increased to 55 000 koku. Furuta Shigeharu led 1000 men during the Ôsaka campaigns and during the Summer Campaign reputedly took 61 heads.
The family did not survive very long and had disappeared as Daimyô by the end of 1648. The family may have continued, as a son from the Matsumae Daimyô family was adopted into the Furuta in the 18th century
According to Ôsaka 1615 by Turnbull, these Furuta were kinsmen to Furuta Shigenari (Oribe) the noted teamaster, but I have not yet found a link. Shigenari was also present at Ôsaka, where during the Winter Campaign he famously ignored gunfire to cut a length of bamboo for a tea ladle. In the lull between this and the Summer Campaign he was accused of communicating with the Ôsaka garrision and executed along with his son, Shigehiro

Fiefs:
1st Furuta and 1st Daimyô of Matsuzaka, Ise 55 000 koku 1600 - 1606

Parentage:
1st son of Furuta Shigenori 古田重則

Siblings:
Furuta Shigetada 古田重忠

Furuta Shigeharu 1578 – 1625 古田重治 (ふるた しげはる) Daizen akira 大膳亮 Daizen daiyu 大膳大夫 [adopted by Furuta Shigekatsu 1561 – 1606] [Married daughter of Niwa Nagahide 1535 – 1585 丹羽長秀 (にわ ながひで)]
2nd and last Furuta and 2nd Daimyô of Matsuzaka, Ise 55 000 koku 1606 – 1619
1st Furuta and 1st Daimyô of Hamada, Iwami 54 000 koku 1619 - 1623

Wives / concubines:
Married daughter of Ishikawa Mitsumasa 石河光政

Children:
Sons –
1st Furuta Shigetsune 1603 - 1648 古田重恒 (ふるた しげつね) Hyôbu-shôsuke 古田兵部 [adopted by Furuta Shigeharu 1578 – 1625] [Married daughter of Furuta Shigeharu 1578 – 1625]
2nd and last Furuta and 2nd Daimyô of Hamada, Iwami 54 000 koku 1623 - 1648

Adopted - Furuta Shigeharu 1578 – 1625 古田重治 (ふるた しげはる)

Daughters –
?

Other Furuta Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
None

The family would be Daimyô over:
Matsuzaka, Ise (2 heads) 55 000 koku 1600 – 1619
Hamada, Iwami (2 heads) 54 000 koku 1619 - 1648


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18. 蒲生飛騨守 Gamô Hida no Kami



Banners Left – right. O uma-jirushi

The title was also held by Gamô Ujisato

GAMÔ HIDEYUKI 1583 - 1612
蒲生氏郷
Bitchû no Kami 備中守
Hida no Kami 飛騨守
Ju Samni 従三位
Sangi 参議
Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
Rôjû 侍従
Tozama

The Gamô were descended from the Fujiwara and a certain Fujiwara Narutoshi would settle in the Gamô district of Ômi and take that name. The family served the Minamoto and later the Ashikaga; in the Sengoku period they served the Rokkaku family, but Gamô Katahide submitted to Oda Nobunaga in 1568. Ujisato, who as an Oda hostage, had caught Nobunaga’s eye had been baptised a Christian. Ujisato fought at Anegawa and at Nagashino, where he was an Oda hatamoto. After Nobunaga’s death he moved into the Toyotomi camp and was active at Shizugatake, Komaki, Odawara and the Kyushu and Imjin Campaigns, in the latter as a staff officer in Kyushu. In 1590 the family were moved to the large Aizu Domain in Mutsu. After his death in 1595, some suspect possibly from foul play, the domain passed to his son, Hideyuki, who continued construction of what would become Aizu-Wakamatsu castle.
Hideyuki was transferred to Utsunomiya, Shimotsuke, by Hideyoshi. Aizu passed to Uesugi Kagekatsu and it is possible this was to offset the influential Tokugawa nearby. It is possible this move and /or his father’s demise influenced him, but after Hideyoshi’s death he moved into the Tokugawa camp. Not active in the Sekigahara Campaign, he was rewarded with the return of the Aizu Domain in 1601.
His eldest son, Tadasato, succeeded him at Aizu in 1612, but died heirless in 1627. His other son, Tadatomo, held Kaminoyama and then Iyo-Matsuyama; but was not succeeded. The family then ceased to be Daimyô.

Fiefs:
Aizu, Mutsu 919 000 koku 1595 -1598
Utsunomiya, Shimotsuke 180 000 koku 1598 – 1601
1st Gamô and 1st Daimyô of Aizu, Mutsu 600 000 koku 1601 - 1612

Parentage:
1st son of Gamô Ujisato 1556 – 1595 蒲生氏郷 (がもう うじさと) Ryûkû no Kami 琉球守 Hida no Kami 飛騨守 Tsûshô 通称 Matsugashima jijû 松ヶ島侍従 Matsusaka Shôshô 松坂少将 Chûsaburô 忠三郎 ?? 渾名:麒麟児
Hino, Ômi 1570? - 1585
Matsuzaka, Ise 120 000 koku 1585 - 1590
Aizu, Mutsu 420 000 koku 1590 - 1595

Grandson of Gamô Katahide 1534 – 1584 蒲生賢秀 (がもう かたひで) Hidari Hyôe Taifu? 左兵衛大夫

Great Grandson of Gamô Sadahide 1508 – 1579 蒲生定秀 (がもう さだひで) Shimono no Kami 下野守 Hidari Hyôe Taifu? 左兵衛大夫

Great-great Grandson of Gamô Takasato ? – 1530 蒲生高郷 (がもう たかさと)

Siblings:
Gamô Ujitoshi ? - ? 蒲生氏俊
Sister married Maeda Toshimasa 1578 - 1633 前田利政(まえだ としまさ)
Sister married Nanbu Toshinao 1576 - 1632 南部利直(なんぶ としなお)

Wives / concubines:
Furuhime 正清院 しょうせいいん [daughter of Tokugawa Ieyasu]

Children:
Sons –
1st Gamô Tadasato 1602 – 1627 蒲生忠郷 (がもう たださと) Ju Samni 従三位 Shimotsuke no Kami 下野守 Sangi 参議
2nd and last Gamô and 2nd Daimyô of Aizu, Mutsu 600 000 koku 1612 - 1627

2nd Gamô Tadatomo 1604 – 1634 蒲生忠知 (がもう ただとも) Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下 Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下 Sei yon i ka 正四位下 Nakatsukasa daiyû 中務大輔 Rôjû 侍従
1st and last Gamô and 3rd Daimyô of Kaminoyama, Dewa 40 000 koku 1626 – 1627
1st and last Gamô and 2nd Daimyô of Matsuyama, Iyo 240 000 koku 1627 - 1634

Daughters –
Married Katô Tadahiro 1601 - 1653 加藤忠広(かとう ただひろ)

Other Gamô Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
None

The family would be Daimyô over:
Utsunomiya, Shimotsuke (1 head) 180 000 koku 1598 - 1601
Aizu, Mutsu (2 heads) 600 000 koku 1601 – 1627
Kaminoyama, Dewa (1 head0 40 000 koku 1626 – 1627
Matsuyama, Iyo (1 head) 240 000 koku 1627 - 1634


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 04, 2010 10:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote
19. 松平阿波守 Matsudaira Awa no Kami



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

During the period Hachisuka Iemasa, Yoshishige and Tadateru all held the Awa no Kami title, as did all subsequent Hachisuka Daimyô. Iemasa had a different set of banners, so those illustrated belong to either or both Yoshishige and Tadateru. I have stuck with Yoshishige for convenience.

HACHISUKA YOSHISHIGE 1586 – 1620
蜂須賀至鎮 (はちすか はちすか)
Awa no Kami 阿波守
Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
Fudai

The Hachisuka were descended from Emperor Seiwa, through the Ashikaga and Shiba families. Shiba Masaaki established himself at Hachisuka near the Owari / Mino border and adopted the name Hachisuka. In the 16th century the family, under Hachisuka Masakatsu, held Hachisuka and Miyaushiro castles and served possibly the Saitô and then Oda Nobunaga. From their domain they controlled traffic on the Kiso River. On Nobunaga’s death they came to serve Hideyoshi and received Tokushima in Awa on Shikoku, a fief they would hold until 1871. Under Masakatsu and Iemasa they were present at Anegawa, Nagashino, Komaki, Odawara and the Imjin campaigns. Yoshishige supported Tokugawa Ieyasu at Sekigahara and served at Osaka, for which he rceived Awaji Island being added to his domain.
The second son of Tadateru, Takashige, was given a sub-domain at Tomita in Awa, which lasted only three generations.

Fiefs:
1st Hachisuka and 1st Daimyô of Daimyô of Tokushima, Awa 256 000 koku 1601 – 1620 徳島藩

Parentage:
1st son of Hachisuka Iemasa 1558 – 1638 蜂須賀家政 (はちすか いえまさ) Awa no Kami 阿波守
Lord of Tokushima, Awa 1585 – 1601

Grandson of Hachisuka Masakatsu 1526 - 1586 蜂須賀正勝 (はちすかまさかつ) Shûri-daifû 修理大夫

Great-grandson of Hachisuka Masatoshi 1504 – 1553 蜂須賀正利 (はちすか まさとし)

Siblings:
Sister married Ikeda Yoshiyuki 1577 - 1618 池田由之(いけだ よしゆき)
Sister married Ii Naotaka 1590 – 1659 井伊 直孝(いい なおたか)
Sister married Matsudaira (Toda) Tadamitsu 1598 - 1629 松平忠光(まつだいら ただみつ)

Wives / concubines:
Married Kyôdain 1592 - 1666 敬台院(きょうだいいん)

Children:
Sons –
1st Hachisuka Tadateru 1611 – 1652 Awa no Kami 阿波守 Rðjû 侍従 Junior 4th Court Rank Lower Grade 従四位下
2nd Hachisuka and 2nd Daimyô of Tokushima, Awa 256 000 koku 1620 – 1652 徳島藩

Daughters –
Married Ikeda Tadakatsu 1602 - 1632 池田忠雄(いけだ ただかつ)
Married Mizuno Narisada 1603 – 1650 水野成貞(みずの なりさだ)

Other Hachisuka Daimyô c1600 – 1650:
None

The family would be Daimyô over:
Tokushima, Awa (14 heads) 256 000 koku 1601 - 1871
Tomita, Awa (3 heads) 50 000 koku 1678 - 1725


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20. 長谷川式部 Hasegawa Shikibu



Banners Left – right. Mounted troops sashimono - Uma-jirushi – Nobori

I have very little information on this family. There are a number of Hasegawa in the period 1550 – 1600 who all appeared to serve the Oda then the Toyotomi (Hidekazu – 1594, Kyôsuke – 1573, Masanaga 1536 – 1573, Motonaga – 1560, Motonobu, Nagatsuna 1543 – 1604, Sônin 1539 – 1606 and Yoji – 1600). As per the Sourcebook I had attributed this one to Hasegawa Ujikazu (sashimono two-dimensional gold crescent moon) but I can find no references to a Ujikazu, so I have attributed it now to Moritomo whose title matches. His father Sônin served all three unifiers.

HASEGAWA MORITOMO 1569 – 1633
長谷川守知 (はせがわ もりとも)
Go i ka 五位下
Shikibu daisuke 式部大輔
Migi Hyôe Jô 右兵衛尉
Tozama

Fiefs:
1st and last Hasegawa and 1st and last Daimyô of Mino Hasegawa 10 000 koku 1617 – 1632 美濃長谷川藩

Parentage:
Son of Hasegawa Sônin 1539 – 1606 長谷川宗仁 (はせがわ そうにん) Osakabe kyô 刑部卿

Siblings:
?

Wives / concubines:
?

Children:
Sons-
4th Hasegawa Moritoshi ? - ? 長谷川守俊

Daughters-
?

Other Hasegawa Daimyô c1600 – 1650
None

The family would be Daimyô over:
Mino Hasegawa, Mino (1 head) 10 000 koku 1617 - 1632


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 05, 2010 12:57 am    Post subject: Reply with quote
21. 林丹波守 Hayashi Tamba no Kami



Banners Left – right. Hata-jirushi style standard
The banner has the Nichiren slogan "Namu Myôhô Renge Kyô"

This banner still remains contentious.
There are a number of possibly related Hayashi families around during the late Sengoku:

Hayashi Michitada and his son Shinjirô (- 1573) were Oda retainers, but I have no other information about them.

Hayashi Masahide (林政秀) no details known, his son was Inaba Masanari 1571 – 1628 (who was adopted by Inaba Shigemichi – 1598)

There were no Hayashi Daimyô during the period 1600 – 1650, however in 1825 a line from one Haysashi family received the 13 – 18 – 10 000 koku Jôzai, Kazusa han. The four Daimyô Hayashi Tadafusa, Hayashi Tadaakira, Hayashi Tadakata and Hayashi Tadataka held the han till 1868 when they were dispossessed.

Hayashi Michiyasu (林通安 みちやす) was also an Oda retainer, he had at least three sons and one adopted son:
Hayashi Tametada – 1556 (林為忠 ためただ)
Hayashi Hidesada – 1580 (林秀貞) Sado no Kami 佐渡守 who was removed from the Oda ranks in 1580 on charges of treason
Hayashi Michitomo 1516 – 1556 (林通具 みちとも) Mimasaka no Kami 美作守 who was killed after an abortive coup against Oda Nobunaga in 1557
Hayashi Michimasa – 1573 (林通政 みちまさ) Suruga no Kami 駿河守 adopted son of Michiyasu, father not yet known

Here we find our first possible answer –
Hidesada’s 3rd son Hayashi Katsuyoshi – 1604 (林一吉 かつよし) Tsutô jo 傳助 Tsutô saemon 傳左衛門 Hayashi (Yamauchi) Iga no Kami 林伊賀守 /山内伊賀守 would appear to have gone on to serve the Yama(no)uchi who received the Tosa han. Katsuyoshi had a 5 000 koku fief at Kubokaya in Tosa on behalf of the Yamauchi, so was probably a Hatamoto.
His son was Hayashi Katsuhisa 1581 – 1652 (林勝久 かつひさ) Yamauchi ukon 山内右近 and he received the fief from his father and held it till 1652.
His son was Hayashi Katsumasa ? - ? (林勝政) Tamba no Kami 丹波守 who followed his father as the 3rd Hatamoto of Kubokaya

I can find no link between Katsumasa’s father and grand-father to Tanba no Kami, and as he inherited in 1652 it is a bit too late for the scroll date, but he may have already had the title, his age at that time I cannot find

Looking for other links to the title I came across a reference to Sakuma Moriyoshi 1604 – 1666佐久間盛郎(さくま もりよし). Moriyoshi was the 2nd son of Sakuma Nobuzane 1573 – 1620 佐久間信実(さくまのぶざね), who was himself the 3rd son of the Oda Daimyô Sakuma Nobumori 1528 – 1582 佐久間信盛(さくま のぶもり)
I may have read the reference wrong but it would appear he was also Hayashi Tamba no Kami 林丹波守 and was associated with ( a retainer of?) the Fukui Daimyô Matsudaira (Echizen) Mitsumichi 1636 – 1674 松平(越前)光通. I have included the line below and would welcome any clarification.

慶安2年(1649年)4月、徳川家綱の日光参拝に供奉した。
同10月18日、幕府の命により林丹波守勝正とともに越前国福井に赴き、松平光通の後見役を務めた。

None of these may be the correct answer, but I will come back at a future time and look at it again from different angles


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22. 土方丹後守 Hijikata Tango no Kami



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

The same Nobori was used by 23 Hijikata Katsushige

Based on the titles on the scroll I have switched over this and the next banner between Katsushige and Katsuuji
The title was also held by Katsuuji’s son Katsutaka so banners may relate to both or either

HIJIKATA KATSUUJI 1583 - 1638
土方雄氏 久ひじかた かつうじ
Tango no Kami 丹後守
Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Tozama

His father Katsuhisa served Oda Nobunaga, Oda Nobukatsu, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, Toyotomi Hideyori and finally Tokugawa Ieyasu
Katsuuji was a Tozama Daimyô and held Komono han in Ise with an 11 000 koku income, a domain the family held until the Meiji Restoration. Present at the Ôsaka campaigns on the Tokugawa side.

Fiefs:
1st Hijikata and 1st Daimyô of Komono, Ise 11 000 koku 1600 – 1635 菰野藩

Parentage:
1st son of Hijikata Katsuhisa 1553 – 1608 (土方雄 久ひじかた かつひさ) Kawachi no Kami 河内守
1st and last Hijikata and Daimyô of Nunoichi, Etchû 10 000 koku 1600 - 1608
1st Hijikata and Daimyô of Tako, Shimôsa 15 000 koku 1608 – 1608

Grandson of Hijikata Nobuharu 土方信治

Siblings:
Hijikata Katsushige 1592 – 1629 (土方雄重ひじかた かつしげ)
2nd and last Hijikata and Daimyô of Tako, Shimôsa 15 000 koku 1608 – 1622, 1st Hijikata and Daimyô of Kubota, Mutsu 20 – 18 000 koku 1622 – 1628

Hijikata Katsunori 土方雄則
Hijikata Katsumasa 土方雄政
Sister married Hirano Nagayasu 1559 – 1628 平野長泰(ひらの ながやす)
Sister married Saikôji Bôshitsu 西光寺某室

Wives / concubines:
Married daughter of Oda Nobukatsu (Nobuo) 1558 - 1630 織田信雄(おだ のぶかつ/のぶお)

Children:
Sons-
1st Hijikata Katsutaka 1612 – 1651 (土方雄高 ひじかた かつたか) Tango no Kami 丹後守
2nd Hijikata and 2nd Daimyô of Komono, Ise 11 000 koku 1635 -1651 菰野藩

2nd Hijikata Ujihisa 土方氏久
3rd Hijikata Mitsutada 土方光忠

Daughters-
?

Other Hijikata Daimyô c1600 – 1650
Hijikata Katsutsugu 1611 – 1680 (土方雄次 ひじかた かつつぐ) Kawachi no Kami 河内守
2nd Hijikata and Daimyô of Kubota, Mutsu 18 000 koku 1628 - 1679

The family would be Daimyô over:
Nunoichi, Etchû (1 head) 10 000 koku 1600 – 1608
Komono, Ise (13 heads) 11 000 koku 1600 – 1871
Tako, Shimôsa (2 heads) 15 000 koku 1608 – 1622
Kubota, Mutsu (3 heads) 20 – 18 000 koku 1622 - 1684


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23. 土方掃部頭 Hijikata Kamon no Kami (Ryô?)



Banners Left – right. Han sashimono – O uma-jirushi.

The plate specifies that the same Nobori was used as by Hijikata Katsuuji (previous entry No 22)

Based on the titles on the scroll I have switched over this and the previous banner between Katsushige and Katsuuji

HIJIKATA KATSUSHIGE 1592 - 1629
土方雄重 久ひじかた かつしげ
Kamon no Kami (Ryô?) 掃部頭 [Chief of the Palace Upkeep]
Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Tozama

His father Katsuhisa served Oda Nobunaga, Oda Nobukatsu, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, Toyotomi Hideyori and finally Tokugawa Ieyasu
With the death of his grandson Hijikata Katsutaka 1642 – 1691 (土方雄隆) this line of the family came to an end as Daimyô; unlike his brother Katsuuji’s, which lasted till 1871.

Fiefs:
2nd and last Hijikata and 3rd Daimyô of Tako, Shimôsa 15 000 koku 1608 – 1622
1st Hijikata and 1st Daimyô of Kubota, Mutsu 20 - 18 000 koku 1622 - 1628 窪田藩

Parentage:
2nd son of Hijikata Katsuhisa 1553 – 1608 (土方雄久)
1st and last Hijikata and 1st and last Daimyô of Nunoichi, Etchû 10 000 koku 1600 - 1608
1st Hijikata and 2nd Daimyô of Tako, Shimôsa 15 000 koku 1608 – 1608

Grandson of Hijikata Nobuharu 土方信治

Siblings:
Hijikata Katsuuji 1583 - 1638 (土方雄 氏 かつう)
1st Hijikata and 1st Daimyô of Komono, Ise 11 000 koku 1600 – 1635 菰野藩

Hijikata Katsunori 土方雄則
Hijikata Katsumasa 土方雄政
Sister married Hirano Nagayasu 1559 – 1628 平野長泰(ひらの ながやす)
Sister married Saikôji Bôshitsu 西光寺某室

Wives / concubines:
Married daughter of Naitô Masanaga 1568 - 1634 内藤政長(ないとう まさなが)

Children:
Sons-
1st Hijikata Katsutsugu 1611 – 1680 (土方雄次 ひじかた かつつぐ) Kawachi no Kami 河内守
2nd Hijikata and 2nd Daimyô of Kubota, Mutsu 18 000 koku 1628 - 1679

Daughters-
Married Nasu Sukeshige 1609 - 1642 那須資重(なす すけしげ)
Married Kuki Takasue 1608 - 1678 九鬼隆季(くき たかすえ)

Other Hijikata Daimyô c1600 – 1650
Hijikata Katsutaka 1612 – 1651 (土方雄高 かつたか) Tango no Kami 丹後守
2nd Hijikata and 2nd Daimyô of Komono, Ise 11 000 koku 1635 -1651 菰野藩

The family would be Daimyô over:
Nunoichi, Etchû (1 head) 10 000 koku 1600 – 1608
Komono, Ise (13 heads) 11 000 koku 1600 – 1871
Tako, Shimôsa (2 heads) 15 000 koku 1608 – 1622
Kubota, Mutsu (3 heads) 20 – 18 000 koku 1622 - 1684


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24. 日根織部 Hineno Oribe



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

This one was originally attributed to Hineno Yoshitomo as per the Sourcebook. This seems to be incorrect and the individual was named Hineno Yoshiaki (Yoshiakira in one source) and has been changed accordingly.

HINENO YOSHIAKI 1587 – 1656
日根野吉明(ひねの よしあき)
Oribe no shô (Oribe no Tsukasa) 織部正
Junior 5th Court Rank Lower Grade 従五位下
Tozama

Hineno Hironari served the Saitô and after became a monk; the family would go on to serve the Imagawa, Asai, Oda, Toyotomi and finally the Tokugawa. His son Hineno Takayoshi was given Takashima (Suwa) in Shinano after the Odawara camapign in 1590; and he constructed Takashima Castle between 1592 and 1598, and became the first Daimyô of Takashima han. He was followed by his son, Yoshiaki, who was with Tokugawa Hidetada during the Sekigahara campaign. Like a lot of other Daimyô he would be moved around – from Takashima to Mibu in Shimotsuke and then to Funai in Bungo which he held till his death in 1656. His son had died in 1646 and the family ceased to be Daimyô after 1656

Fiefs:
2nd and last Hineno and 2nd Daimyô of Takashima, Shinano 30 000 koku 1600 – 1601 高島藩
1st and last Hineno and 1st Daimyô of Mibu, Shimotsuke 19 000 koku 1601 – 1634 壬生藩
1st and last Hineno and 3rd Daimyô of Funai, Bungo 20 000 koku 1634 – 1656 府内藩

Parentage:
1st son of Hineno Takayoshi 1539 – 1600 日根野高吉(ひねの たかよし) Oribe no shô (Oribe no Tsukasa) 織部正
1st Hineno and 1st Daimyô of Takashima, Shinano 30 000 koku 1590 - 1600 高島藩

Grandson of Hineno Hironari 1518 – 1602 日根野弘就(ひねの ひろなり)Tsûshô 通称 Tokutarô 徳太郎 Bizen no Kami 備前守 Bitchû no Kami 備中守 Betsumei 別名
?? 雄就 Jibu Kyô hôin 治部卿法印

Siblings:
? (but appears not)

Wives / concubines:
Married daughter of Matsudaira (Ogyû) Kazunari 1570 – 1604 松平(大給)一生(まつだいら かずなり

Children:
Sons-
1st Hineno Yoshikatsu 1615 - 1646 日根野吉雄(ひねの よしかつ)

Daughters-
Married Nose Yorika 能勢頼香

Other Hineno Daimyô c1600 – 1650
None

The family would be Daimyô over:
Takashima, Shinano (2 heads) 30 000 koku 1590 – 1601 高島藩
Mibu, Shimotsuke (1 head) 19 000 koku 1601 – 1634 壬生藩
Funai, Bungo (1 head) 20 000 koku 1634 – 1656 府内藩


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