Matsudaira Katataka

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Matsudaira Katataka

Matsudaira Katataka (松平 容敬, June 14, 1806 – February 29, 1852) Japanese daimyō lord, ruler of the 230,000 koku Aizu domain in Mutsu Province. Known in his youth as Keizaburō 慶三郎, he was born to Matsudaira Yoshikazu, the daimyō of Takasu Domain, in Mino. Adopted by Matsudaira Katahiro of Aizu, Katataka succeeded to the family headship, receiving the court title of Higo no Kami. Though Katataka was praised by Ii Naosuke as a loyal servant of the Bakufu, his fame was to be ultimately eclipsed by his adopted son Matsudaira Katamori (the son of his birth brother Matsudaira Yoshitatsu).

References

  • List of the successive generations of Aizu daimyo, including Katataka
Preceded by
Matsudaira Katahiro
8th Daimyō of Aizu
1822–1852
Succeeded by
Matsudaira Katamori


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