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Matsudaira Yasushige
First (Matsui-Matsudaira) Lord of Kishiwada

In office
1619–1640
Preceded by Koide Yoshihide
Succeeded by Matsudaira Yasuteru
Personal details
Born 1568
Died August 14, 1640
Nationality Japanese

Matsudaira Yasushige (松平 康重?, 1568 – August 14, 1640) was a Japanese samurai of the Azuchi-Momoyama through early Edo periods. He was the family head of the Matsui-Matsudaira, a family which received the Matsudaira name as an honorific following his father's service to Tokugawa Ieyasu. Yasushige ended his life as daimyo of Kishiwada han.

References

Preceded by
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Matsui-Matsudaira clan
1590-1640
Succeeded by
Matsudaira Yasuteru
Preceded by
none
(Matsui-Matsudaira) Lord of Kisai
1590-1601
Succeeded by
Ōkubo Tadatsune
Preceded by
none
(Matsui-Matsudaira) Lord of Kasama
1601-1608
Succeeded by
Ogasawara Yoshitsugu
Preceded by
Maeda Shigekatsu
(Matsui-Matsudaira) Lord of Yakami
1608
Succeeded by
none
Preceded by
none
(Matsui-Matsudaira) Lord of Sasayama
1608-1619
Succeeded by
Matsudaira Nobuyoshi
Preceded by
Koide Yoshihide
(Matsui-Matsudaira) Lord of Kishiwada
1619-1640
Succeeded by
Matsudaira Yasuteru

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