"Seigetsu Myosadadai *, Ansei 3rd year | Yang Fire Dragon July 12th" is noted in a separate book as Goro's mother, 64 years old.
Koto is Yuyuki and Ryochi's two children, and Ryochi is noted in a separate book as the 12th Goro Hyogo Minoru brother.
In short, all four of them seem to be close relatives of Kiyotsune's twelve generations, so it may be necessary to understand that the so-called Goro's mother is also Kiyotsune's mother of Goro's first work.
In the beppon manuscript, it is noted that the 12th Goro soldier adoptive mother is under the lotus swordsman * engraved on the grave to be described next.
There was always a mysterious mother who seemed to be a mother, and after being adopted by Mr. Nishimura, he adopted a fixed life as his adoptive mother and his aunt Keimitsu as his sister.
With the above as a person of the Qing dynasty, I have to add the mother of Keiko, who looks like a separate book.
That is, "Hana Kaisando Goshinjo, Kyowa 2nd year | December 6th, Water Dog", who is said to have been buried in Kaisando, Kaisando, Fukagawa.
However, it is hard to think about who the father of Kiyotsune will be.
Next, far to the west, there is a new tombstone behind the Kuminoki tree, which is also engraved with Mr. Nagashima on the stone.
On the tomb table, the names of two men and women are listed.
The names of men and women are "Ryoren-shi, Kanseihachi | Tatsuten first seven days of July" and "Rentan Sadaseidai *, Bunseigo | A line of "Kiyohisa Entan, December 13, 1897" is engraved.
Ryoren is the work of Goro Teen in the past book, Sadasei is the adopted mother of Goro 12th in the same book, and Kiyohisa is Kujiro Shikaoka, the late husband of Mr. Takano Ishi.
Parents are in the fixed life and it looks like a past book separate book.
My father is "Honjuin Katsuho Nichikan Shinshi, Tenmei 4th year | Kotatsu December 17th", and my mother is "Seishoin | Myokei Nichiya Nobujo, Bunka 12th year | He was buried in Hashiba Chosho-ji Temple.
The common name of Nikkan is written in a separate book as Kobayashi Yaemon.
However, under the mystery of Ryoren's grandmother's intellect, there is a note from Katsuya Kobayashi's wife in a separate book.
Whether Katsuya Kobayashi, who can be seen in these two places, is the same person or the name of the father and son.
Also, what you call a regular grandmother looks like a separate book.
It is written as "Myotatsu Sadamu | Nun Hioka, 7th year of Tenmei | Yin Fire Goat August 11th", and the one that is noted as Fukagawa Sagacho Ikkoshu is the immediate correction.
The reason why Kiyohisa's name, the relationship between Ryoren and Sadasei, went to the yard in the meantime cannot be clarified by the description in the past book.
I wonder if Mr. Shikaoka's widow will teach me.
While I was observing the letters on the tomb of Koshoin, the sun was about to set.
The ivy, who offered the scent to the grave for me, said, "Would you like to make a candle?"
I went to Koshoin, saying, "What, I like it because it's already gone."
However, the relatives of Ema and Nagashima couldn't tell the truth about the grave table and the past book.
It is my most regrettable thing that I have not been able to judge who is the mother of Aya, the sister of Aya, or the husband of the sister of Aya.
I wrote that the confectionery dealer Masashiya in Shin-Ishimachi headed for declining luck from the end of the Bunsei era, and once stopped by Nihondenji, and then by Tango Kanazawa, he slightly went to his own support.
It is said that Mashiya has declined and approached two, and two have declined to Mashiya and Kyu and have approached Kanazawa again. This Kanazawa is a house in the first place.
When I saw this "Letter of Aya Toshi" published in the newspaper, one day Kanazawa | Aoo sent me a message.
I visited Ao-san's house in Shirokane-cho and made a relationship.
Mr. Ao was the person who, after the last Tango Kanazawa, took over after his grandfather Akiraken and Mr. Nishimura, and promoted sweets to the Mito family under the name of Mashiya Goro Hyogo.
At the beginning, I tried to follow the rule of the scale, supplementing the story of Aya Toshi during the Shibue Chūsai.
However, the story gave birth to a story, and I was forced to explain it to Mr. Kanazawa because I wanted to talk to him again.
This is because I can't stand to attach this to the ivy after seeing the last Tango, which was the last Tango, and the last Tango, which was hidden under the gate of Mito's house until before the restoration, with the tag of Masashiya.
The last port where the shipwreck called Mashiya rowed was behind Tango Kanazawa.
The ostensibly form that Masashiya Toki approached to Mr. Kanazawa was "living together", and the cohabitant first called it Goro's work, and changed it to Goro Hyogo in the 7th year of Kaei and the first year of Ansei. However, it is known in the Masashiya document.