Tokugawa Munemasa

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Tokugawa Munemasa (徳川 宗将, April 6, 1720 – April 14, 1765) was a Japanese daimyo of the mid-Edo period, who ruled the Wakayama Domain. He was the son of Tokugawa Munenao, grandson of Matsudaira Yorizumi and great-grandson of Kishu Domain founder, Tokugawa Yorinobu. His childhood name was Naomatsu (直松).

Family[edit]

  • Father: Tokugawa Munenao (1682-1757)
  • Mother: Hattori-dono later Eiryu'in
  • Wives:
    • Tokuko, daughter of Imadegawa Kinakira
    • Takako, daughter of Ichijo Kaneka
  • Concubines:
    • Yoshida-dono
    • Maeda-dono
    • Murakami-dono
    • Ueda-dono
  • Children:
    • Naomatsu by Tokuko
    • Senmanhime married Maeda Shigemichi by Tokuko
    • Kotohime betrothed to Ikeda Shigenobu by Tokuko
    • Mon'noshin by Tokuko
    • Matsudaira Yoriyuki by Tokuko
    • Ishihime by Tokuko
    • Matsudaira Tadakatsu of Kuwana Domain by Tokuko
    • Tokugawa Shigenori (1746-1829) by Yoshida
    • Ichihime married Matsudaira Shigetomi by Yoshida
    • Naito Satofumi (1751-1794) of Koromo Domain by Yoshida
    • Matsudaira Yorikata (1755-1806) of Saijo Domain by Maeda
    • Yorihime married Tokugawa Haruyuki by Murakami
    • Miura Tamenobu (1759-1789) by Murakami
    • Ando Michinori (1760-1825) by Murakami
    • Abe Masayoshi by Murakami
    • Matsudaira Tadatomo (1759-1802) of Kuwana Domain by Ueda

References[edit]

Preceded by
Tokugawa Munenao
Daimyo of Wakayama
1757-1765
Succeeded by
Tokugawa Shigenori