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Gamō Katahide (蒲生 賢秀, 1534 – May 26, 1584) was a Japanese daimyō of the Sengoku period through Azuchi–Momoyama periods. Katahide, the eldest son of Gamō Sadahide, was a retainer of the Oda clan. His son, Gamō Ujisato, became daimyo of the Aizu Domain and his daughter, Tora known as Sanjo-dono was one of Toyotomi Hideyoshi.
- Father: Gamō Sadahide (1508–1579)
- Mother: Mabuchi family's daughter
- Wife: daughter of Goto Katatoyo
- Concubine: Okiri no Kata
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