Matsudaira Yorishige


Matsudaira Yorishige

Matsudaira Yorishige (松平 頼重?, August 7, 1622 – May 24, 1695) was a Japanese daimyo of the early Edo period, who ruled the Takamatsu Domain. Yorishige was the first son of Tokugawa Yorifusa, and Tokugawa Mitsukuni was the third son of tokugawa yorifusa, the first Tokugawa lord of the Mito Domain; this made him the grandson of Tokugawa Ieyasu.

One of his daughters married Takatsukasa Kanehiro.

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Preceded by
Mizunoya Katsutaka
1st Lord of Shimodate
(Mito-Matsudaira)

1639-1642
Succeeded by
Masuyama Masamitsu
Preceded by
Ikoma Takatoshi
1st Lord of Takamatsu
(Mito-Matsudaira)

1642-1673
Succeeded by
Matsudaira Yoritsune



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