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The Ie udun lineage was a lineage of Ryukyuan scholar-aristocrats, claiming descent from Shô Sôken (Chôgi), the seventh son of King Shô Sei (r. 1527-1555). Each successive head of the family was nominally associated with Iejima as his domain.

The fifth and seventh heads of the family notably married royal princesses, attaining the rank of "prince" (王子, J: ôji, O: wuuji). Conversely, the 11th head of the family, Ie Chôchoku (Shô Ken), was born the fifth son of King Shô Kô and was adopted into the Ie lineage.

A collection of documents belonging to the family, including diaries, lineage charts, and other historical records, was designated an Important Cultural Property in 2019; a portion of these documents were hand-copied sometime in the 20th century by family head Ie Tomoo from items from the Shô ke monjo (Shô family documents), lent to him by Shô Hiroshi, at that time head of the Shô family (the former royal family of Ryûkyû).

Lineage chart

  • Shô Sôken 尚宗賢 (Ie Chôgi) 伊江朝義 (1538-1586) - 7th son of King Shô Sei, 1st family head[1]
    • Majirugani 真鶴金 - eldest daughter of Chôgi
    • Ushigani 宇志金 - second daughter of Chôgi
    • Manabitaru 真鍋樽 - third daughter of Chôgi
    • Ie Chôkô 伊江朝怛 (1560-1596) - eldest son of Chôgi, 2nd generation family head
    • Ie Chôchû 伊江朝仲 (1572-1642) - second son of Chôgi, 2nd gen. family head[2]
      • Maushigani 真宇志金 - eldest daughter of Chôchû
      • Mazengani 真善金 - second daughter of Chôchû
      • Makadutaru 真加戸樽 - third daughter of Chôchû
      • Ie Chôro 伊江朝呂 - second son of Chôchû
      • Ie Chôkyû 伊江朝久 (1615-1685) - eldest son of Chôchû, 3rd gen. family head
        • Ie Chôshiki 伊江朝敷 (1635-1710) - eldest son of Chôkyû, 4th gen. family head
          • Umintagani 思武太金 - eldest daughter of Chôshiki
          • Umiutugani 思乙金 - second daughter of Chôshiki
          • Maushigani 真宇志金 - third daughter of Chôshiki
          • Makadutaru 真加戸樽 - fourth daughter of Chôshiki
          • Manabitaru 真鍋樽 - fifth daughter of Chôshiki
          • Majirugani 真鶴金 - sixth daughter of Chôshiki
          • Ie Chôka 伊江朝嘉 (1652-1717) - eldest son of Chôshiki, 5th gen. family head
          • Ie Chôei 伊江朝衛 - second son of Chôshiki
          • Ie Chôjo 伊江朝叙 - fourth son of Chôshiki
          • Ie Chômitsu 伊江朝光 - fifth son of Chôshiki
          • Ie Chôri 伊江朝理 - third son of Chôshiki
            • Manabi 真鍋 - eldest daughter of Chôri
            • Mautu 真乙 - second daughter of Chôri
            • Majiru 真鶴 - third daughter of Chôri
            • Uminta 思武太 - fourth daughter of Chôri
            • Ie Chôryô 伊江朝良 (1695-1742) - eldest son of Chôri, adopted son of Chôka, 6th gen. family head
              • Manabitaru 真鍋樽 - eldest daughter of Chôryô
              • Makamadugani 真蒲戸金 - second daughter of Chôryô
              • Maushigani 真牛金 - third daughter of Chôryô
              • Makadutaru 真加戸樽 - fourth daughter of Chôryô
              • Umiutugani 思乙金 - fifth daughter of Chôryô
              • Ie Chôkan 伊江朝完 - second son of Chôryô
              • Ie Chôki 伊江朝軌 - third son of Chôryô
              • Ie Chôshô 伊江朝承 - fourth son of Chôryô
              • Ie Chôki 伊江朝倚 (1715-1763) - eldest son of Chôryô, 7th gen. family head
                • Umikametaru 思亀樽 - eldest daughter of Chôki
                • Majirugani 真鶴金 - second daughter of Chôki
                • Maushigani 真牛金 - third daughter of Chôki
                • Ie Chôsei 伊江朝征 - second son of Chôki
                • Ie Chôhan 伊江朝藩 (1740-1801) - eldest son of Chôki, 8th gen. family head
                  • Umitugani 思戸金 - eldest daughter of Chôhan
                  • Maushigani 真牛金 - second daughter of Chôhan
                  • Manabitaru 真鍋樽 - third daughter of Chôhan
                  • Maidugani 真伊奴金 - fourth daughter of Chôhan
                  • Ie Chôken 伊江朝憲 - second son of Chôhan
                  • Ie Chôiku 伊江朝郁 (1759-1807) - eldest son of Chôhan, 9th gen. family head
                    • Ie Chôei 伊江朝英 (1789-1825) - eldest son of Chôiku, 10th gen. family head
                      • Ie Chôgi 伊江朝儀 - eldest son of Chôei, died age three
                      • Ie Chôyô 伊江朝要 - second son of Chôei, died age nine
                      • Umitugani 思戸金 - eldest daughter of Chôei
                      • Majirugani 真鶴金 - second daughter of Chôei
                    • Umitugani 思戸金 - eldest daughter of Chôiku
                    • Manabitaru 真鍋樽 - second daughter of Chôiku
                    • Maushigani 真牛金 - third daughter of Chôiku
                    • Ie Chôshô 伊江朝祥 - third son of Chôiku
                    • Ie Chôken 伊江朝顕 - fourth son of Chôiku
                    • Ie Chôku 伊江朝矩 - fifth son of Chôiku
                    • Ie Chôkan 伊江朝寛 - sixth son of Chôiku
                    • Ie Chôhei 伊江朝平 (1793-1835) - second son of Chôiku, 10th gen. family head
                      • Umitugani 思戸金 - eldest daughter of Chôhei
                      • Ie Chôchû 伊江朝忠 (1818-1896) - adopted son of Chôhei, 11th gen. family head. Later, Chôchoku 朝直. Head of an embassy to Tokyo in 1872. Baron (danshaku).
                        • Umitugani 思戸金 - eldest daughter of Chôchû
                        • Makamadugani 真蒲戸金 - second daughter of Chôchû
                        • Manabitaru 真鍋樽 - third daughter of Chôchû
                        • Majirugani 真鶴金 - fourth daughter of Chôchû
                        • Makadutaru 真嘉戸樽 - fifth daughter of Chôchû
                        • Ie Chôshin 伊江朝信 - second son of Chôchû
                        • Ie Chôkô 伊江朝功 - third son of Chôchû
                        • Ie Chôchi 伊江朝知 - fourth son of Chôchû
                        • Ie Chôjô 伊江朝常 - fifth son of Chôchû
                        • Ie Chôki 伊江朝規 - sixth son of Chôchû
                        • Ie Chôjû 伊江朝重 - seventh son of Chôchû
                        • Ie Chôei 伊江朝永 (1841-1904) - eldest son of Chôchû, 12th gen. family head
                          • Majirugani 真鶴金 - eldest daughter of Chôei
                          • Maushigani 真牛金 - second daughter of Chôei
                          • Ie Chôshin 伊江朝真 (1858-1921) - eldest son of Chôei, 13th gen. family head
                            • Toshiko 敏子 - eldest daughter of Chôshin
                            • Yoshiko 善子 - second daughter of Chôshin
                            • Ie Chôjo 伊江朝助 (1881-1957) - eldest son of Chôshin, 14th gen. family head
                              • Ie Chôken 伊江朝健 - eldest son of Chôjo
                              • Akiko 顕子 - eldest daughter of Chôjo
                              • Tazuko 田鶴子 - second daughter of Chôjo
                              • Masako 正子 - third daughter of Chôjo
                            • Ie Chôboku 伊江朝睦 - second son of Chôshin
                              • Ie Chôchû 伊江朝忠 - eldest son of Chôboku
                              • Ie Tomoo 伊江朝雄 (1921-2007) - second son of Chôboku, adopted son of Chôjo, 15th gen. family head, compiler of Ie udun ke shiryô


References

  • Gallery labels, Naha City Museum of History.[2]
  1. Lineage chart from gallery labels, Naha City Museum of History.[1]. Sons and daughters are listed in an order convenient for arrangement of the lineage chart, not strictly in order of seniority; eldest daughters are not necessarily older than eldest sons in each generation, for example.
  2. Succeeded his brother Chôkô as family head, but still considered "second generation family head," not third.
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