Tokugawa Atsumori

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Count Tokugawa Atsumori 徳川篤守 (14 Oct 1856JOS / 11 Nov 1856GC - 19 Oct 1924) was a Japanese Samurai, peer.

titles

  • Master of Shimizu Domain 清水家当主 (1870-1871)
    • predecessor: Tokugawa Akitake 徳川昭武 (1868 vacant)
    • successor: none. abolished.
  • Head of house of Shimizu 清水徳川家当主 (1871-1884)
  • Count Tokugawa 徳川伯爵 (1884-1889)
    • successor: none. 20 Apr 1889 renounce.

relations

ancestors

issues

Paternal ancestors from Top ancestor

  1. Matsudaira Nobumitsu (? - 1488/89)
  2. Matsudaira Chikatada (1431/38 - 1501)
  3. Matsudaira Nagachika (1473 - 1544)
  4. Matsudaira Nobutada (1490 - 1531)
  5. Matsudaira Kiyoyasu (1511 - 1535)
  6. Matsudaira Hirotada (1526 - 1549)
  7. Tokugawa Ieyasu, 1st Tokugawa Shogun (1542 - 1616)
  8. Tokugawa Yorifusa, Master of Mito Domain (1603 - 1661)
  9. Matsudaira Yorishige, Master of Takamatsu Domain (1622 - 1695)
  10. Matsudaira Yoritoshi (1661 - 1687)
  11. Matsudaira Yoritoyo, Master of Takamatsu Domain (1680 - 1735)
  12. Tokugawa Munetaka, Master of Mito Domain (1705 - 1730)
  13. Tokugawa Munemoto, Master of Mito Domain (1729 - 1766)
  14. Tokugawa Harumori, Master of Mito Domain (1751 - 1805)
  15. Tokugawa Harutoshi, Master of Mito Domain (1774 - 1816)
  16. Tokugawa Nariaki, Master of Mito Domain (1800 - 1860)
  17. Tokugawa Yoshiatsu, Master of Mito Domain (1832 - 1868)
  18. Tokugawa Atsumori, Master of Shimizu Domain (1856 - 1924)


Tokugawa Shogunate
vacant
Master of Shimizu Domain
1870 - 1871
abolished
peerage of Japan
New creation
Count Tokugawa
7 Jul 1884 - 20 Apr 1889
renounced