Maeda Toshimasa - Family

Family

  • Father: Maeda Toshitaka
  • Children:
    • Maeda Toshihisa (d. 1583)
    • Maeda Yasukatsu (d. 1594)
    • Maeda Toshifusa
    • Sawaki Yoshiyuki (d. 1572)
    • Maeda Hidetsugu (d. 1585)
    • Maeda Masa (given in marriage to Takabatake Sadayoshi)
    • Maeda Toshiie (1539–1599), lord of the "Million Koku Kaga Domain".

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