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*''Japanese'': [[本多]] 忠政 ''(Honda Tadamasa)''
 
*''Japanese'': [[本多]] 忠政 ''(Honda Tadamasa)''
  
Tadamasa was the eldest son of [[Honda Tadakatsu]]. He accompanied [[Tokugawa Hidetada]] during the [[Sekigahara Campaign]] ([[1600]]) and fought at the [[Osaka Campaign|Osaka castle]] sieges ([[1614]], [[1615]]). In [[1617]] he received a 250,000-koku fief at Himeji in [[Harima province]]. He was married to a daughter of the by-then late [[Tokugawa Nobuyasu]], Ieyasu's eldest son.  
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Honda Tadamasa was the eldest son of [[Honda Tadakatsu]]. He accompanied [[Tokugawa Hidetada]] during the [[Sekigahara Campaign]] ([[1600]]) and fought in the [[Osaka Campaign|Osaka castle]] sieges ([[1614]], [[1615]]).  
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In [[1617]] he was reassigned from [[Ise Kuwana han]] to the 250,000-''[[koku]]'' domain of [[Himeji han]] in [[Harima province]], and expanded [[Himeji castle|the castle]] considerably, including adding residences for his son [[Honda Tadatoki]] and for Tadatoki's wife [[Sen-hime]] (daughter of Tokugawa Hidetada).  
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Tadamasa himself was married to a daughter of the late [[Tokugawa Nobuyasu]], Ieyasu's eldest son.  
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Sons: [[Honda Tadatoki]] ([[1596]]-[[1626]]), [[Honda Tadayoshi]] ([[1602]]-[[1676]]), [[Honda Masatoki]]  
 
Sons: [[Honda Tadatoki]] ([[1596]]-[[1626]]), [[Honda Tadayoshi]] ([[1602]]-[[1676]]), [[Honda Masatoki]]  
  

Latest revision as of 08:19, 5 October 2019

  • Birth: 1575
  • Death: 1638
  • Title: Mino no kami
  • Distinction: Tokugawa retainer
  • Japanese: 本多 忠政 (Honda Tadamasa)

Honda Tadamasa was the eldest son of Honda Tadakatsu. He accompanied Tokugawa Hidetada during the Sekigahara Campaign (1600) and fought in the Osaka castle sieges (1614, 1615).

In 1617 he was reassigned from Ise Kuwana han to the 250,000-koku domain of Himeji han in Harima province, and expanded the castle considerably, including adding residences for his son Honda Tadatoki and for Tadatoki's wife Sen-hime (daughter of Tokugawa Hidetada).

Tadamasa himself was married to a daughter of the late Tokugawa Nobuyasu, Ieyasu's eldest son.

Sons: Honda Tadatoki (1596-1626), Honda Tadayoshi (1602-1676), Honda Masatoki

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