Ancestral father was Miura Iemura (三浦 家村), son of Yoshimura (義 村; † 1239).
- Masatsugu (正 次; 1600–1641) was raised to daimyo in 1639 and received Mibu Castle in Shimotsuke Province with 25,000 Koku.
- Akihiro (明 敬; 1658-1725), grandson of Masatsugu, received the Nobeoka Castle in the province of Hyūga in 1692 with 23,000 Koku. In 1712 he took over Kariya Castle in Mikawa Province with 23,000 koku.
- Yoshisato (義理; 1696–1756), Akihiro's son, was transferred to Nishio Castle , also in Mikawa Province , with 23,000 koku.
- Akitsugi (明 次; 1726–1798), Yoshisato's adopted son, was raised to daimyo in 1764 and received the Katsuyama castle in the Mimasaka province , where the Miura had previously resided. He rebuilt the now ruined castle on Mount Katsuyama. The Miura resided there until the Meiji Restoration . The chief then received the rank of vice count.
- Sugai, Yasuo: Mibu-jo in: Miura, Masayuki (ed.): Shiro to jinya. Tokoku-hen. Gakken, 2006. ISBN 978-4-05-604378-5 .
- Edmond Papinot: Historical and Geographical Dictionary of Japan. Reprint of the 1910 edition. Tuttle, 1972, ISBN 0-8048-0996-8 .