Gamō Hideyuki

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Gamō Hideyuki (蒲生 秀行?, 1583 – June 13, 1612) was a Japanese daimyo who ruled the Aizu domain. He was the son of Gamō Ujisato. A Catholic, Hideyuki was moved to Utsunomiya (180,000 koku) in Shimotsuke after his father died in 1595. In 1600, he was given Aizu, worth 600,000 koku. This had been part of his father's fief.

Hideyuki's eldest son Tadasato succeeded him in 1612.

References

  • Noguchi Shin'ichi (2005). Aizu-han. Tokyo: Gendai shokan.
Preceded by
Gamō Ujisato
2nd Lord of Aizu
(Gamō)

1595-1598
Succeeded by
Uesugi Kagekatsu
Preceded by
none
1st Lord of Utsunomiya
(Gamō)

1598-1601
Succeeded by
Okudaira Iemasa
Preceded by
Uesugi Kagekatsu
1st Lord of Aizu
(Gamō)

1601-1612
Succeeded by
Gamō Tadasato

This article incorporates text from OpenHistory.