Names and DOB
Childhood name: Matsukane 松金
Chinese-style name: Shō Senbo 向宣謨
Born: 1806-12-04. Because he had no heir the family lineage was succeeded by his younger brother Chōshō 朝昌
Father: Chōiku 朝郁
Mother: Omoto 思戸 of the Mō-clan
Wife: Manabe 眞鍋, daughter of Fukuyama Pēchin Chōei 譜久山親雲上朝英 of the Princely Shō-clan. She was born 1806-09-13.Passed away 1877-07-17 at the age of 72
1st son: Chōei 朝映. Childhood name: Omokame 思龜. Chinese-style name: Shō Tokusai 向得才. Born: 1825-09-22. Passed away 1826-09-21 at the tender age of 2
During the Era of King Shō Kō 尚灝王
1814-07-27: becomes junior vassal (Ko-akukabe 小赤頭) of the Office of Inner Palace Affairs (Shitakuri 下庫理)
1821-06-07: Succeeded his father as head of the family and assumed the post of estate steward-general (sō-jitō) of Kyan district (magiri), with a fief income of 80 koku
1821-06-17: He tied up his topknot (becoming of age), promoted to Waka(junior)-satonushi
1826-12-01: Promoted to the court rank of Yellow Hachimaki
Passed away 1827-04-25 at the age of 22, posthumous name Chishin 智心. Buried at the gravesite in Taira Village, Nishihara District.
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