7th generation Kyan Pēchin Chōbi 喜屋武親雲上朝美 (1719–1760)

Names and DOB

Childhood name: 思龜

Chinese-style name: Shō Kokukō 向國綱

Born: 1719-11-07


Father: Chōryō 朝良

Mother: Maman 眞滿 of the Ba-clan

Wife: Matsuru 眞鶴, daughter of Tomikawa Pēchin Seishi 富川親雲上盛始 of the Mō-clan. She was born: 1726-10-12. Passed away 1790-07-23 at the age of 65, posthumous name Jakushitsu/Sabimuro 寂室

1st daughter: Omoto 思戸. Born: 1743-02-02. Married Sadoyama Satonushi Andō 佐渡山里之子安道 of the Mō-clan

2nd daughter: Manabe 眞鍋. Born: 1744-02-02. Married Wakugawa Satonushi Pēchin Chōki 湧川里之子親雲上朝記 of the Princely Shō-clan

1st son: Chōchō 朝昶

3rd daughter: Omobuta 思武大. Born: 1747-05-24. Married Wauke Pēchin 和宇慶親雲上良紀 of the Ba-clan

4th daughter: Mamatsu 眞松. Born: 1753-03-01. Passed away 1754-06-16 at the young age of 2

5th daughter: Makado 眞加戸. Born: 1758-03-11. Married Toguchi Satonushi Pēchin Chōan 渡具知里之子親雲上朝安 of the Princely Shō-clan


During the Era of King Shō Kei 尚敬王

1731-08-27: He tied up his topknot (becoming of age)

1739-06-01: Became a royal noble’s page (koshō 御小姓) at the Royal Study 御書院, promoted to Waka(junior)-satonushi. The king sent congratulatory gifts

1744-06-15: Promoted to the court rank of Yellow Hachimaki

1746-06-15: Appointed Atari of the Office of Inner Palace Affairs (Shitakuri-atari 下庫理當).

1750-03-08: Succeeded the head of family from his father, appointed estate steward-general (sō-jitō 惣地頭) of Kyan district (magiri), with a fief income of 40 koku (originally one of his two older brothers Chōzō 朝三 or Chōkō 朝恒 would have succeeded the family, but the both died earlier than the father)

1751-01-29 – entry in progress

During the Era of King Shō Boku 尚穆王

1751-06-03: appointed Supervisor of Shrines and Temples (Jisha nushidori 寺社中取), promoted to the court rank of Zashiki (grade 4b) 座敷

1754-09-19: appointed Atari of the Royal Study (Oshoin atari 御書院當). The king, the queen mother, and the queen each sent various congratulatory gifts

1754-10-11 – entry in progress

1755-12-01: appointed Assistant Superintendent of the Magistracy of Treasury (Omonogusuku bugyō-hō ginmi 御物奉行方吟味). The king, the queen mother, and the queen each sent various congratulatory gifts

1760-08-23: Passed away at the age of 42, posthumous name Ichido 一道. Buried at the gravesite in Taira Village, Nishihara District. At the time of the funeral the king dispatched an envoy to offer as sacrifice gifts

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