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Okubo

 

  • Domain: Odawara
  • Stipend: 113,000 koku
  • Class: Fudai 4
  • Headquarters: Odawara Castle (Hilltop)

Family of daimyo originating in Mikawa and descended from the Utsunomiya, who were themselves descendants of Fujiwara Michikane (955-995).

Succession

  • Tadakazu (1510-1582)
  • Tadayo (1531-1593, daimyo 1590-1594, disgraced) - 1st Okubo daimyo of Odawara, 1st tenure
  • Tadachika (1553-1628, daimyo 1594-1614) - 2nd Okubo daimyo of Odawara
  • Tadatsune (1580-1611)
  • Tadamoto (1604-1670) - Daimyo of Kano (Mino -- 70,000 koku); daimyo of Akashi (Harima -- 70,000 koku); 1st Okubo daimyo of Karatsu (Hizen -- 83,000 koku)
  • Tadatomo - 2nd Okubo daimyo of Karatsu; daimyo of Sakura (Shimosa -- 83,000 koku); 1st Okubo daimyo of Odawara, 2nd tenure
  • Tadamasu
  • Tadamasa
  • Tadaoki
  • Tadayoshi
  • Tadaaki
  • Tadazane (1778-1837, daimyo 1796-1837))
  • Tadanao
  • Tadanori
  • Tadayoshi

Notable Ancestors

  • Okubo Tadakazu (1510-1582)

Served the Tokugawa and helped in the defeat of Imagawa Yoshimoto (1555).

  • Okubo Tadayo (1531-1593)

Served in all the campaigns of Ieyasu, who in 1590 gave him the fief of Odawara (Sagami -- 45,000 koku).

  • Okubo Tadachika (1553-1628)

Succeeded his father at Odawara and had a revenue of 70,000 koku. In 1614, accused of conspiring with Tadateru against his brother the Shogun Hidetada, he was dispossessed and confined to Hikone (Omi). Later on, Hidetada invited him to Edo, but he refused to go and died in exile.

  • Okubo Tadatsune (1580-1611)

Followed Hidetada in his expedition to Shinano (1600). He died before his father.

  • Okubo Tadamoto (1604-1670)

 In 1632, implicated at first in the disgrace of his grandfather, he received the fief of Kano (Mino -- 50,000 koku); in 1639 was transferred to Akashi (Harima); and in 1649 to Karatsu (Hizen -- 90,000 koku).

In 1678 his descendants moved to Sakura (Shimosa), and in 1686 to Odawara.

  • Okubo Tadazane (1778-1837)

Held several important positions in the Tokugawa shogunate.

During his tenure as lord of Odawara, he reformed the domain's faltering finances by employing the scholar Ninomiya Sotoku. Within a few years, he became Tokugawa administration's soshaban, or Master of Ceremonies. Four years after that, he was appointed to the concurrent position of jisha-bugyo, or Magistrate of Temples of Shrines. After five years as Osaka Castle warden, he became Kyoto Shoshidai (1815-1818). Holders of this office usually became a roju upon the completion of his duties. Matsudaira Sadanobu recommended him to this office and Tadazane died 19 years later while still holding the office of roju.

Related Branches

  • Branch: Ogino (Sagami -- 13,000 koku)
  • Branch: Karasuyama (Shimotsuke -- 30,000 koku)

Sources

 


 

Okubo

 

  • Domain: Ogino-Yamanaka
  • Stipend: 16,000 koku
  • Class: Fudai 5
  • Headquarters: Municipal office

Family of daimyo originating in Mikawa and descended from the Utsunomiya, who were themselves descendants of Fujiwara Michikane (955-995).

Branch coming from Norihiro, which from 1718 resided at Ogino.

Succession

  • Tadakazu (1510-1582)
  • Tadayo (1531-1593, daimyo 1590-1594, disgraced) - 1st Okubo daimyo of Odawara, 1st tenure
  • Tadachika (1553-1628, daimyo 1594-1614) - 2nd Okubo daimyo of Odawara
  • Tadatsune (1580-1611)
  • Tadamoto (1604-1670) - Daimyo of Kano (Mino -- 70,000 koku); daimyo of Akashi (Harima -- 70,000 koku); 1st Okubo daimyo of Karatsu (Hizen -- 83,000 koku)
  • Tadatomo - 2nd Okubo daimyo of Karatsu; daimyo of Sakura (Shimosa -- 83,000 koku); 1st Okubo daimyo of Odawara, 2nd tenure
  • Norihiro - 1st Okubo daimyo of Ogino
  • Norimasa
  • Norioki
  • Norimichi
  • Norinobu
  • Noritaka
  • Noriyoshi

 

Notable Ancestors

  • Okubo Tadakazu (1510-1582)

Served the Tokugawa and helped in the defeat of Imagawa Yoshimoto (1555).

  • Okubo Tadayo (1531-1593)

Served in all the campaigns of Ieyasu, who in 1590 gave him the fief of Odawara (Sagami -- 45,000 koku).

  • Okubo Tadachika (1553-1628)

Succeeded his father at Odawara and had a revenue of 70,000 koku. In 1614, accused of conspiring with Tadateru against his brother the Shogun Hidetada, he was dispossessed and confined to Hikone (Omi). Later on, Hidetada invited him to Edo, but he refused to go and died in exile.

  • Okubo Tadatsune (1580-1611)

Followed Hidetada in his expedition to Shinano (1600). He died before his father.

  • Okubo Tadamoto (1604-1670)

 In 1632, implicated at first in the disgrace of his grandfather, he received the fief of Kano (Mino -- 50,000 koku); in 1639 was transferred to Akashi (Harima); and in 1649 to Karatsu (Hizen -- 90,000 koku).

In 1678 his descendants moved to Sakura (Shimosa), and in 1686 to Odawara.

Related Branches

  • Branch: Odawara (Sagami -- 116,000 koku)
  • Branch: Karasuyama (Shimotsuke -- 30,000 koku)

Sources

 

 


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