Iyo-Matsuyama Domain

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Matsuyama Castle, seat of the domain

The Iyo-Matsuyama Domain (伊予松山藩?, Iyo-Matsuyama han) was a Japanese domain of the Edo period, with its holdings centered in modern-day Matsuyama, Ehime.

History[edit]

The Iyo-Matsuyama domain passed through several hands before settling as the fief of a branch of the Hisamatsu-Matsudaira. In the Bakumatsu period, the domain took part in the Tokugawa shogunate's military campaign against Chōshū. During the Boshin War, Iyo-Matsuyama sided with the Kyoto government. The domain was disbanded in 1871.

Harada Sanosuke of the Shinsengumi was the son of a low-ranking Iyo-Matsuyama retainer.

List of lords[edit]

  1. Yoshiaki
  1. Tadachika
  1. Sadayuki
  2. Sadayori
  3. Sadanaga
  4. Sadanao
  5. Sadahide
  6. Sadataka
  7. Sadakatsu
  8. Sadakiyo
  9. Sadakuni
  10. Sadanori
  11. Sadamichi
  12. Katsuyoshi
  13. Katsushige
  14. Sadaaki
  15. Katsushige

Simplified family tree (Matsudaira)[edit]

  • Mizuno Tadamasa, Lord of Kariya (1493–1543). He had issue, including:
    • Mizuno Nobumoto (died 1576)
      • (likely) Doi Toshikatsu, Lord of Koga (1573–1644)
        • A daughter, m. Hori Naotsugu, Lord of Murakami (1614–1638)
          • A daughter, m. Hori Naoyoshi, Lord of Muramatsu (1637–1676)
            • Hori Naotoshi, 3rd Lord of Muramatsu (1658–1716)
              • Hori Naohide, 5th Lord of Susaka (1700–1767)
                • Ho-umyōin, m. Tachibana Nagahiro, 5th Lord of Miike (1720–1778)
                  • Tachibana Tanechika, 6th Lord of Miike (1744–1809)
                    • A daughter (1782–1807), m. Ikeda Naganori (born 1783)
                      • A daughter, m. Matsudaira Katsumi
                        • Lieutenant-General Hisamatsu Sadakoto, 17th family head, 1st Count (1867–1943; 17th family head: 1872–1943; Count: c. 1884)
                          • Hisamatsu Sadatake, 18th family head, 2nd Count (1899–1995; 18th family head: 1943–95; 2nd Count: 1943–47)
                            • Hisamatsu Sadanaru, 19th family head (born 1926; 19th family head: 1995-present)
                              • Hisamatsu Sadasato (born 1979)
    • A daughter (died 1597), m. Matsudaira Iehiro (died 1571)
      • A daughter, m. Torii Mototada, Lord of Yasaku (1539–1600)
        • Torii Naritsugu, Lord of Tanimura (1570–1631)
          • A daughter, m. Inoue Masatoshi, 1st Lord of Kasama (1606–1675)
            • Inoue Masatō, 2nd Lord of Kasama (1630–1701)
              • Inoue Teishōin, m. Matsudaira Nobuteru, 1st Lord of Koga (1660–1725)
                • Matsudaira Nobutoki, 1st Lord of Hamamatsu (1683–1744)
                  • Matsudaira Nobunao, 1st Lord of Yoshida (1719–1768)
                    • Matsudaira Nobuuya, 2nd Lord of Yoshida (1737–1770)
                      • Matsudaira Kikaku (1767–1789), m. Nagai Naonobu, 9th Lord of Takatsuki (1761–1815)
                        • Nagai Yasuko (died 1812), m. Tōdō Takasawa, 10th Lord of Tsu (1781–1825)
                          • Tōdō Takayuki, 11th Lord of Tsu (1813–1895)
                            • Simple silver crown.svg XIV. Matsudaira (Tōdō) Sadaaki, 14th Lord of Iyo-Matsuyama (1845–1872; r. 1867–68; 14th & 16th family head: 1867–68 & 1871–72)
    • O-dainokata (1528–1602). She married twice and had issue, including:
      • Tokugawa family crest.svg Tokugawa Ieyasu, 1st Tokugawa Shōgun (1543–1616; r. 1603–05) (by O-dainokata's first husband Matsudaira Hirotada (1526–1549))
        • Tokugawa Yorinobu, 1st Lord of Kishū (1602–1671)
          • Tokugawa Mitsutada, 2nd Lord of Kishū (1627–1705)
            • Tokugawa family crest.svg Tokugawa Yoshimune, 5th Lord of Kishū, 8th Tokugawa Shōgun (1684–1751; Lord of Kishū: 1705–16; Shōgun: 1716–45)
              • Tokugawa Munetake, 1st Tayasu-Tokugawa family head (1716–1771)
                • Simple silver crown.svg IX. Matsudaira Sadakuni, 9th Lord of Iyo-Matsuyama (1757–1804; r. 1779–1804)
                  • Simple silver crown.svg X. Sadanori, 10th Lord of Iyo-Matsuyama (1793–1809; r. 1804–09)
                  • Simple silver crown.svg XI. Sadamichi, 11th Lord of Iyo-Matsuyama (1804–1835; r. 1809–35)
        • Tokugawa Yorifusa, 1st Lord of Mito (1603–1661)
          • Matsudaira Yorishige, 1st Lord of Takamatsu (1622–1695)
            • Matsudaira Yoritoshi (1661–1687)
              • Matsudaira Yoritoyo, 3rd Lord of Takamatsu (1680–1735)
                • Tokugawa Munetaka, 4th Lord of Mito (1705–1730)
                  • Tokugawa Munemoto, 5th Lord of Mito (1728–1766)
                    • Tokugawa Harumori, 6th Lord of Mito (1751–1805)
                      • Tokugawa Harutoshi, 7th Lord of Mito (1773–1816)
                        • Matsudaira Yorihiro, 9th Lord of Takamatsu (1798–1842)
                          • Simple silver crown.svg XIII and XV. Katsushige, 13th & 15th Lord of Iyo-Matsuyama (1832–1912; Lord: 1856–67 & 1868–69; Governor: 1871; 15th family head: 1868–71)
      • Hisamatsu Sadakatsu, Lord of Kuwana (1560–1624) (by O-dainokata's second husband Hisamatsu Toshikatsu (1526–1587))
        • Simple silver crown.svg I. Matsudaira Sadayuki, 1st Lord of Iyo-Matsuyama (1587–1668; r. 1635–68)
          • Simple silver crown.svg II. Sadayori, 2nd Lord of Iyo-Matsuyama (1607–1662; r. 1658–62)
            • Simple silver crown.svg III. Sadanaga, 3rd Lord of Iyo-Matsuyama (1640–1674; r. 1662–74)
            • A daughter, m. Shimazu Tsunahisa (1632–1673)
              • Shimazu Tsunataka, 3rd Lord of Satsuma (1650–1704)
                • Shimazu Yoshitaka, 4th Lord of Satsuma (1675–1747)
                  • Shimazu Tsugutoyo, 5th Lord of Satsuma (1702–1760)
                    • Shimazu Shigetoshi, 7th Lord of Satsuma (1729–1755)
                      • Shimazu Shigehide, 8th Lord of Satsuma (1745–1833)
                        • Shimazu Narinobu, 9th Lord of Satsuma (1774–1841)
                          • Shimazu Narioki, 10th Lord of Satsuma (1791–1858)
                            • Shimazu Hisamitsu (1817–1887)
                              • Shimazu Tadayoshi, 12th Lord of Satsuma (1840–1897)
                                • Sadako (1878–1974), m. Lieutenant-General Hisamatsu Sadakoto, 17th family head, 1st Count - see above
                          • Simple silver crown.svg XII. Matsudaira Katsuyoshi, 12th Lord of Iyo-Matsuyama (1817–1856; r. 1835–56)
                            • Sadakyō-in Kunihime (1843–1904), m. Simple silver crown.svg XIV. Matsudaira (Tōdō) Sadaaki, 14th Lord of Iyo-Matsuyama - see above
        • Sadafusa, 1st Lord of Imabari (1604–1676)
          • Sadatoki, 2nd Lord of Imabari (1635–1676)
            • Simple silver crown.svg IV. Sadanao, 4th Lord of Iyo-Matsuyama (1660–1720; r. 1674–1720)
              • Simple silver crown.svg V. Sadahide, 5th Lord of Iyo-Matsuyama (1696–1733; r. 1720–33)
                • Simple silver crown.svg VI. Sadataka, 6th Lord of Iyo-Matsuyama (1716–1763; r. 1733–63)
                • Simple silver crown.svg VII. Sadakatsu, 7th Lord of Iyo-Matsuyama (1733–1765; r. 1763–65)
              • Sadaakira, 1st Lord of Matsuyama-Shinden (1700–1747)
                • Simple silver crown.svg VIII. Sadakiyo, 8th Lord of Iyo-Matsuyama (1729–1779; r. 1765–79)

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