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Ogasawara Tadahiro

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  • Born: 1839
  • Died: 1860
  • Other Names: 貞嘉 (Sadahiro), 直之助 (Naonosuke)
  • Japanese: 小笠原 忠嘉 (Ogasawara Tadahiro)

Ogasawara Tadahiro was lord of Chizuka han, a branch domain of Kokura han, from 1851 to 1854, and then lord of Kokura han itself from 1856 to 1860.

Originally known as Sadahiro, he succeeded his older brother Ogasawara Sadayoshi as lord of Chizuka upon Sadayoshi's death in 1851. In 1854, Sadahiro was then adopted by Ogasawara Tadaakira, lord of Kokura, and replaced as lord of Chizuka by a different brother, Ogasawara Sadayasu.

In 1856, he succeeded Tadaakira as lord of Kokura and took on the name Tadahiro. He ruled Kokura until his own death in 1860, and was succeeded by Ogasawara Tadayoshi of Anji han.

Preceded by
Ogasawara Sadayoshi
Lord of Chizuka han
1851-1854
Succeeded by
Ogasawara Sadayasu
Preceded by
Ogasawara Tadaakira
Lord of Kokura han
1856-1860
Succeeded by
Ogasawara Tadayoshi

References

  • Ishin Shiryô Kôyô 維新史料綱要, vol 1 (1937), 310, 612.
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