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* ''Birth: [[1593]]''
 
* ''Birth: [[1593]]''
 
* ''Death: [[1658]]''
 
* ''Death: [[1658]]''
* ''Japanese'': 前田 利常 ''(Maeda Toshitsune)''
   
* ''Sons: [[Maeda Mitsumasa]] ([[1613]]-[[1645]]), [[Maeda Toshitsugi]], [[Maeda Toshiharu (1618-1660)|Maeda Toshiharu]] ([[1618]]-[[1660]])''
 
* ''Sons: [[Maeda Mitsumasa]] ([[1613]]-[[1645]]), [[Maeda Toshitsugi]], [[Maeda Toshiharu (1618-1660)|Maeda Toshiharu]] ([[1618]]-[[1660]])''
 
* ''Distinction: Lord of [[Kaga province|Kaga]], [[Noto province|Noto]], and [[Etchu province|Etchû]]''
 
* ''Distinction: Lord of [[Kaga province|Kaga]], [[Noto province|Noto]], and [[Etchu province|Etchû]]''
 
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* ''Japanese'': [[前田]]利常 ''(Maeda Toshitsune)''
    
Toshitsune was the 4th son of [[Maeda Toshiie]]. He was adopted as heir by his elder brother [[Maeda Toshinaga|Toshinaga]] and became [[daimyo|daimyô]] of the [[Maeda clan]] when Toshinaga retired in [[1605]]<!--see Toshinaga's bio-->. He led men against the defenders of [[Osaka Castle]] and fought at the [[Battle of Tennoji|Battle of Tennôji]] ([[1615]]). He retired in [[1639]] and was succeeded by his son Mitsumasa while placing a younger son, Toshiharu, in charge of the recently created [[Daishoji han|Daishôji han]] and his 3rd son [[Maeda Toshitsugu|Toshitsugu]] in Toyama. By this point the Maeda clan had become one of the most powerful daimyô houses in Japan.
 
Toshitsune was the 4th son of [[Maeda Toshiie]]. He was adopted as heir by his elder brother [[Maeda Toshinaga|Toshinaga]] and became [[daimyo|daimyô]] of the [[Maeda clan]] when Toshinaga retired in [[1605]]<!--see Toshinaga's bio-->. He led men against the defenders of [[Osaka Castle]] and fought at the [[Battle of Tennoji|Battle of Tennôji]] ([[1615]]). He retired in [[1639]] and was succeeded by his son Mitsumasa while placing a younger son, Toshiharu, in charge of the recently created [[Daishoji han|Daishôji han]] and his 3rd son [[Maeda Toshitsugu|Toshitsugu]] in Toyama. By this point the Maeda clan had become one of the most powerful daimyô houses in Japan.
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