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Mizuno Tadayuki

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  • Born: 1669
  • Died: 1731
  • Titles: Izumi-no-kami
  • Japanese: 水野忠之 (Mizuno Tadayuki)

Mizuno Tadayuki was lord of Okazaki castle. He was named wakadoshiyori on 1711/12/23, becoming one of the rôjû six years later, on 1717/9/27. He also served as Kyoto shoshidai, from 1714/9/6 until becoming rôjû. In 1722/5, he was named katte-gakari rôjû, a top-level position overseeing financial matters for the shogunate.[1]

References

  • Arai Hakuseki, Joyce Ackroyd (trans.), Told Round a Brushwood Fire, University of Tokyo Press (1979), 315n108.
  1. Watanabe Kazutoshi 渡辺和敏, "Sankin kôtai to honjin" 参勤交代と本陣, Honjin ni tomatta daimyô tachi 本陣に泊まった大名たち, Toyohashi, Aichi: Futagawa-juku honjin shiryôkan (1996), 54.
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