- Date Terumune
- Yoshihime, daughter of Mogami Yoshimori the daimyo of Dewa Province
- Megohime, daughter of Tamura Kiyoaki owner of Miharu Castle in Mutsu Province
- Date Hidemune (1591–1658), first holder of the Uwajima Domain
- Irohahime (1594–1661)
- Date Tadamune (1599–1658)
- Date Munekiyo (1600–1634)
- Date Munetsuna (1603–1618)
- Date Munetaka (1607–1626)
- Date Munesane (1613–1665)
- Date Munekatsu (1621–1679)
- Date Shigezane (1568–1646)
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Famous quotes containing the word family:
“I swear ... to hold my teacher in this art equal to my own parents; to make him partner in my livelihood; when he is in need of money to share mine with him; to consider his family as my own brothers and to teach them this art, if they want to learn it, without fee or indenture.”
—Hippocrates (c. 460c. 370 B.C.)
“If you are a genius and unsuccessful, everybody treats you as if you were a genius, but when you come to be successful, when you commence to earn money, when you are really successful, then your family and everybody no longer treats you like a genius, they treat you like a man who has become successful.”
—Pablo Picasso (18811973)
“My ambition for station was always easily controlled. If the place came to me it was welcome. But it never seemed to me worth seeking at the cost of self-respect, or independence. My family were not historic; they were well-to-do, did not hold or seek office. It was easy for me to be contented in private life. An honor was no honor to me, if obtained by my own seeking.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)