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Eystein «the Noisy» Glumra (Ivarsson), Jarl av Oppland og Hedmark

Also Known As: "Glumra", "The Noisy", "The Chatterer", "Eysteinn jarl", "den Rike", "Sjøfarer", "Eystein Glumra the noisy Jarl of Uplanders", "Jarl of Hedemarken", "Le Bu", "Eystein Glumra", ""The Noisy"", "Rognvald Mere-Earl", "Eystein Glumra IVARSSON (Earl) of MORE Earl of Hendemarken; `th..."
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Birthplace: Mære, Steinkjer, Nord-Trondelag, Norway
Death: Died in Ringerike, Buskerud, Norge
Place of Burial: Norway
Immediate Family:

Son of Ivar Halfdansson, Opplendingejarl
Husband of Ásdís (Ascrida) Ragnvaldsdóttir
Father of Ragnvald Eysteinsson, Earl of Møre; Sigurd I Eysteinsson, Jarl of Orkney; Malahulc / Haldrick Eysteinsson and Svanhild (Svanhildi) Eysteinsdotter
Brother of Sigurd Orkenøyjarl
Half brother of Arailt Ivarsson

Occupation: Jarl av Hedemarken, Jarl of Oppland, Jarl av Oppland og Hedmark, Jarl of More
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About Eystein Ivarsson «the Noisy» Glumra

Eystein Ivarsson 'the Noisy' Glumra, Jarl av Oppland og Hedmark

http://lind.no/nor/index.asp?lang=gb&emne=asatru&person=%D8ystein%20Glumra&list=&vis=

Øystein må ha levd omkring ca. 830. Hans far skal ha vært Ivar Opplendingajarl, sønn til Halvdan (Håkon) Gamle og sønnesønn til Gor.

Navnet er Eystein (Old Norse, norrønt) eller Øystein (moderne norsk)

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From the English Wikipedia page on Eystein Ivarsson: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eystein_Ivarsson

Eystein Glumra also called Eystein Ivarsson (dead ca 830 in Norway) was Jarl (Earl) of Oplande and Hedmark in Norway, the son of Ivar Halfdan and the father of Ragnvald Eysteinsson. He was married to Åsa Ragnvaldsdatter, the daughter of Ragnvald Olafsson, king of Vestfold. [1]

References

1.^ Eystein Ivarsson Jarl of Hedemarken (Web Family Cards, produced by University of California mathematical biology professor Mark H. Holmes, mostly notes with references to the Heimskringla and Orkneyinga sagas, no other source material) http://www.rpi.edu/~holmes/Hobbies/Genealogy/ps05/ps05_075.htm

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From the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy page on Norwegian Nobility: http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/NORWEGIAN%20NOBILITY.htm#Ragnvalddied894B

[EYSTEIN “Glumra/Clatterer” .

Orkneyinga Saga names “Earl Ivar of the Uplands, father of Eystein the Clatterer…”[128]. Jarl of the Uplanders in Norway [in Kristian? and Hedemarken, the area around Oslo].

i) [RAGNVALD "the Wise" (-[894]).

Orkneyinga Saga names “Eystein the Clatterer, father of the wise counsellor Earl Rognwald the Powerful…”[129]. Snorre names Ragnvald Earl of More, a son of Eystein "Glumra" when recording that he had become a supporter of King Harald who had invested him with the districts of North More and Raumsdal[130]. Jarl of North and South Möre and of Raumsdal in Norway.]

ii) [SIGURD "Riki/the Mighty" (-[892], bur Sydero, Dornoch Firth).

Orkneyinga Saga records that Ragnvald gave “all the islands” (indicating Shetland and Orkney from the context) to “his brother Sigurd, the forecastleman on King Harald´s ship” and that Harald I "Hårfagre" King of Norway gave “the title of earl” to Sigurd who remained in the islands after the king returned to Norway[131]. Orkneyinga Saga records that Sigurd “joined forces with Thorstein the Red, the son of Olaf the White and Aud the Deep-Minded” and together conquered “the whole of Caithness and a large part of Argyll, Moray and Ross”, Sigurd building “a stronghold…in the south of Moray”[132]. Orkneyinga Saga records that Sigurd defeated and beheaded “Mælbrigte Earl of the Scots” but that he died from an infected wound because a tooth in Mælbrigte´s head, strapped to Sigurd´s saddle, scratched his leg, and was buried “in a mound on the bank of the River Oykel”[133]. The Complete Peerage identifies the place as “Sydero on the Dornoch Firth at the estuary of the Ekkialsbakki[134]. The Complete Peerage dates Sigurd´s appointment as Jarl to [875] and his death to [892][135], but there seems no basis for either date apart from internal consistency with its reconstruction of events in the lives of this family. Both dates should therefore be considered as extremely approximate, and as noted below the earlier date leads to difficult chonological difficulties with the reported career of Sigurd´s nephew Turf-Einar.] [One child:]

(a) [GUTHORM (-[893]).

Orkneyinga Saga records that Sigurd was succeeded by his son “Guthorm who ruled the earldom for a year but died childless”[136]. According to Snorre´s Harald Harfager´s Saga, Sigurd died “without children” but his Saga of Olaf Haraldson names Guthorm as son of Sigurd, recording that he succeeded his father as earl for one year[137].]

iii) [MALAHULC .

Orderic Vitalis (who wrote in [1113]) names Malahulc as an uncle of Rollo and ancestor of the Tosny family[138]. He is not mentioned in the Sagas.] See TOSNY.

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I henhold til Orknøyingenes saga går Ragnvalds Mørejarls ætt langt tilbake: «Heite Gors sønn var far til Sveide sjøkonge, far til Halvdan den gamle, far til Ivar Opplendingejarl, far til Øystein Glumra, far til Ragnvald jarl den mektige og den rådsnare». Den samme sagaen strekker hans ætt tilbake til en mytologisk opprinnelse til skikkelse ved navn Fornjot fra Finland eller Kvenland.

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Fra Snorre Sturlasson: Olav den helliges saga: «96. Det er fortalt at Orknøyene ble bygd i de dager da Harald Hårfagre var konge i Norge; før hadde det vært vikingbøle der. Den første jarlen på Orknøyene het Sigurd; han var sønn til Øystein Glumra, og bror til Ragnvald Mørejarl. ...» 1)

1). Snorre Sturlasson: Harald Hårfagres saga, avsnitt 10. Snorre Sturlasson: Olav den helliges saga, avsnitt 96. Mogens Bugge: Våre forfedre, nr. 279. Bent og Vidar Billing Hansen: Rosensverdslektens forfedre, side 76

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[Kommentarer: Død 846? "Maer i Nord-Trøndelag" is nonsense - where?]

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Note added by Mike King: Eystein's existence is doubtful. Even if he was real, it would be just about chronologically impossible for his wife to be a daughter of the father usually given for her; Ragnvald Olafsson.

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Eystein is mentioned in several sources, but the so-called "Ascrida" (no Norwegian/Norse name, would have to be Astridr or Ása) is not mentioned in the sagas.

http://lind.no/nor/index.asp?lang=&emne=nor&person=%D8ystein%20Glumra

Snorre describes Eystein Glumra as Ragnvald jarls father in Harald Fairhairs saga: http://lind.no/nor/index.asp?lang=&emne=nor&vis=s_b_harald_harfagre#44

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From Darryl Lundy's Peerage page on Eystein (Forrás): http://www.thepeerage.com/p10478.htm#i104779

Eystein 'the Noisy' Glumra, Jarl of the Uplanders (1) M, #104779, b. 788 Last Edited=17 Apr 2005

Eystein 'the Noisy' Glumra, Jarl of the Uplanders was born in 788. (1)

Eystein 'the Noisy' Glumra, Jarl of the Uplanders gained the title of Jarl of the Uplanders. (1)

Child of Eystein 'the Noisy' Glumra, Jarl of the Uplanders and Ascrida Ragnvaldsdottir -1. Ragnvald I 'the Wise' Eysteinsson, Earl of More+ (1)

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Eystein Glumra also called Eystein Ivarsson (dead ca 830 in Nord-Trøndelag, Norway) was Jarl (Earl) of Oplande and Hedmark in Norway, the son of Ivar Halfdan and the father of Ragnvald Eysteinsson. He was married to Åsa Ragnvaldsdatter.

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2298479410. Earl Øystein 2 Glumra of OPPLAND was born about 800 in Nord-Trøndelag.Norway.. He died about 846 in Nord-Trøndelag.Norway. Øystein married Ascrida Ragnvaldsdatter av OPPLAND. Øystein was employed as Earl of Throndheim & Møre.

[Notes]

2298479411. Ascrida Ragnvaldsdatter av OPPLAND was born in 804 in Trøndelag.Norway..

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Eystein Glumra Ivarsson Jarl of Hedemarken (810-) [Pedigree]

Son of Ivar Oplaendinge Jarl of Uplanders (830-) and _____ of_Throndheim

REF RFC. Jarl of Hedemarken of the Uplands Earl of More b. ABT 810, Maer, Nord-Trondelag, Norway b. 800-10

Married Aseda Rognvaldsdottir (812-)

Children:

1. Rognvald Eysteinsson "the Wise" Earl of More (830-) m(1) Rognhild (Hildir) Hrolfsdotter (848-892) 2. Malahule (-912)

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Earl of Upland

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http://www.geneajourney.com/nrmndy.html

Eystein Glumra, Jarl of the Upplands, b abt 803, of Norway. The identity of his wife is not known. Known children of Eystein Glumra were: 1. Ragnvald I, the Wise, Jarl of North and South More and of Ramsdal, b abt 832. 2. Swanhild b abt 846, of Norway. She md Harald I, "Fairhair, 1st King of Norway, abt 866, son of Halfdan, "the Black, King of Vestfold, and Ragnhild.

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Jarl är i äldre tider troligen benämningen en fri man av god ätt. Olav 'den helige' hade bara en jarl med rang efter kungen, men över lendman. Användes som titel för hövdingar, när Norge bildades. Efter Magnus 'Lagaböte' blev en jarl likställd med hertig, men fick inte sitta i högsätet vid kungen. Jarlnamnet gavs till de, som stod kungahuset nära; äktfödda söner, bror och nära ingifta. Siste jarlen i Norge var ärkebiskop Jörund, död år 1309. Öystein Ivarsson 'Glumra', som sannolikt föddes på Opplande i Norge. Då var vikingatiden ett faktum och de nordiska piraterna redan omtalade i den närmaste omgivningen. Ragnvald, Öysteins son, blev jarl på Möre i mellersta Norge. Om dessa nordmän vet vi föga annat än att de har levat. Källa: Alf Henriksson

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Källor

1)  Directory of Royal Genealogical Data, Hull, England 

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Øystein jarl (Eysteinn jarl) http://lind.no/nor/index.asp?lang=no&emne=asatru&person=%D8ystein%20jarl

B.Brox: Please note: This is NOT Eystein/Øystein Ivarsson "Glumra" or Eystein Haraldsson. To many mix these three persons

Øystein Jarl «den Rike» gikk i Harald Hårfagres tjeneste og ble hans jarl først på Opplandene (Hedemarken) og senere, da Haralds morbror Guttorm døde, også i Viken. Øystein var som flere menn på Opplandene en stor viking, noe også hans tilnavn «Sjøfarer» forteller.

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Born: abt 800 Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway Died: abt 846 Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway

Marriage: abt 846 in Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway

Children Sex Birth 1. Rognvald Eysteinsson M abt 830 in Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway Rognvald I Eysteinsson M abt 830 in Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway 2. Sigurd I Eysteinsson M abt 832 in Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway Sigurd Eysteinsson F abt 832 in Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway 3. Svanhilda Eysteinsdottir F abt 838 in Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway 4. Malahule Eysteinsson M abt 845 in Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway 5. Svanhild Eysteinsdatter F abt 850 in Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway 6. Sigurd I Eysteinsson M abt 856 in Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway 7. Turstan De Bastenburg M 865 in Normandy, [department], [region], France 8. Ragnvald I Eysteinsson M abt 872 in Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway

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Äktenskap : Okänd

Allmänna hänvisningar:

Øystein Jarl " den rike " gikk i Harald Hårfagres tjeneste og ble Hans jarl Forst in Opplandene ( Hedemarken ) og senere , da Haralds Dode morbror Guttorm, også i Viken.

Øystein var SOM flere menn in Opplandene en Stor viking, noe også Hans tilnavn " Sjøfarer " forteller .

Noterade händelser i hans liv var:

• Han var en Earl i Norge.

Øystein gift.

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Eysteinn Glumra, Jarl of the Uplanders1,2,3 b. circa 800

Eysteinn Glumra, Jarl of the Uplanders|b. c 800|p6.htm#i8264|Ivarr Oplaendinge, Jarl of the Uplanders|b. c 760\nd. a 800|p305.htm#i8265|N. N. of Throndheim|b. c 780|p67.htm#i8831|Halfdan t. O. of Norway|b. c 730?|p214.htm#i24130||||||||||

Father: Ivarr Oplaendinge, Jarl of the Uplanders b. circa 760, d. after 800

Mother: N. N. of Throndheim b. circa 780

Also called Eysteinn Glumra of Norway. Eysteinn Glumra, Jarl of the Uplanders was born circa 800. He was the son of Ivarr Oplaendinge, Jarl of the Uplanders and N. N. of Throndheim. Eysteinn Glumra, Jarl of the Uplanders married Aseda Rögnvaldsdóttir, daughter of Rögnvaldr Heidum Hæri Óláfsson, King of Vestfold and Thóra Sigurdsdóttir, before 830; 3rd cousins. Jarl of the Uplanders at Norway.3 Earl.4 Eysteinn Glumra, Jarl of the Uplanders was living in 830.5

Family

Aseda Rögnvaldsdóttir

Children

1. Malahue of Norway+ 6 2. Orknøyjarl Sigurdr Eysteinsson+ d. 8927 3. Rögnvaldr Eysteinsson, Mørejarl+ b. c 830, d. 8947,3 4. Svanhild Eysteinsdóttir of Norway+ b. c 8604

Citations

1. [S204] Roderick W. Stuart, RfC, 44-39. 2. [S206] With additions and corrections by Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. and assisted by David Faris Frederick Lewis Weis, Weis: AR 7th ed., 121E-16. 3. [S215] Revised by others later George Edward Cokayne CP, X:App.A:3. 4. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway. 5. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Ivar Halfdansson, 80. 6. [S278] DfAdam, online unknown url, The Line of Malahue of Möre, 81. 7. [S449] Circa 1225 A.D. Snorri Sturluson, Chronicle of the Kings of Norway, Harald Harfager's Saga.

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Jarl of More 860 AD

Source: Adrienne Anderson chart of Scandinavian Norman Descent of Hamblins

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Eystein Glumra, b. ca. 830, was Earl of the Upplands.

According to both the Heimskringla Saga and the Orkneyinga Saga, Eystein Glumra was the father of Rognvald. The Orkneyinga Saga says Eystein Glumra's earliest forebear was Fornjot, King of Finland and Kvenland. Fornjot's great-great-grandson was Thorri, or Fhorri, who had two sons, Norr and Gorr, who emigrated westward. Norr took the mainland called Norway and Gorr took the islands. Gorr's son Heiti was the father of Sveithi (Sveide), the Sea King, who died about 760. Sveithi's son, Halfdan the Old, who died in 800, was the father of Ivar, Earl of the Uplands. And Ivar, in turn, was the father of Eystein Glumra. RC 44 calls this man Eistein Ivarsson, son of Ivar, who was son of Halfdan the Old. So it follows the Sagas for three generations. There was no written language during this period, and the Norse sagas provided oral histories, much like those Alex Haley, author of "Roots," found in Africa.

References: [GENSERV],[RFC],[MRL],[PlantagenetA]

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Eystein Glumra also called Eystein Ivarsson (dead ca 830 in Nord-Trøndelag, Norway) was Jarl (Earl) of Oplande and Hedmark in Norway, the son of Ivar Halfdan and the father of Ragnvald Eysteinsson. He was married to Åsa Ragnvaldsdatter.

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Eystein "Glumra" Ivarsson Jarl of More born about 0800 Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway

father:

  • Ivar Halfdansson Earl of Uplands

born after 0770 Oppland, Norway

mother:

  • Eysteinsdatter daughter of Glumra

born about 0785 Trondheim, Sor-Trondelag, Norway married about 0824 Oppland, Norway


spouse:

  • Ascrida (Aseda) Rognvaldsdatter Countess of Oppland

born about 0804 Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway married about 0846 Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway

children:

  • Rognvald Eysteinsson Jarl of More

born about 0830? Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway died 0890/94 Orkney, Orkney Islands, Scotland

  • Svanhild Eysteinsdatter born about 0850 Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway
  • Malahule (Haldrick) (Malahulc) (Tresney) Eysteinsson born about 0845 Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway

Sigurd I "the Mighty" Eysteinsson born about 0832? Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway died 0874 Orkney, Orkney Islands, Scotland buried Ekkialsbakki, Sydero, Dornoch Firth -------------------- He was the younger of the two children. -------------------- 'Glumra' ('the Noisy'). Jarl of Hedemarken of the Uplands. Also, of Oppland. -------------------- Earl of the Uplands in Russia -------------------- Lawson, P. H., Fellow of the Society of Antiquarians; "The Duttons of Dutton, county Chester," Chart, Cheshire County, England. Sources cited by Lawson: Ormerod's "Cheshire," 2nd Ed.; J.P. Yeatman, Ho. of Arundel, 1882, in Lt. Col. W.H. Turtor's Plantagenet Ancestry; J. H. Tyrrell's History of the Tyrell's; Latrie's Tresor de Chronologie; Harl., Wills, Visitations of Cheshire, 1580, 1613; Randle Holme pedigrees in Harl MSS; Wills; Marriage Lics; Freeman Rolls; and parish registers from Frodsham, Waverton and Thornton; and private information.

The Plantagenet Ancestry, by William Henry Turton, 1968 page 107 -------------------- Glumra Ivarsson Earl Of Hedmark 1 2 Birth: About 810 in , Maer, Nord-Trøndelag, Norway 3 4 Death: Sex: M Father: Oplaendinge Halfdansson Earl Of The Uplands b. After 788 in (, Holtum, Vestfold, Norway) Mother: Unknown Eysteinsdatter b. About 785 in (, Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag, Norway)

   

Unknown: , Maer, Nord-Trøndelag, Norway 5 1 2 4 Unknown: , , Hedmark, Norway 5 1 2 4 Changed: 20 Mar 2001 00:00

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 Ascride Rognvaldsdatter Countess Of Oppland (Wife) b. About 812 in (, Maer, Nord-Trøndelag, Norway)  

6 1 2 3 4 Marriage: Abt 831 in (, Maer, Nord-Trøndelag, Norway) 6 Nov 2004 14:29 Children: Sigurd I "The Mighty" Eysteinsson Earl Of Maer b. About 832 in (, Maer, Nord-Trøndelag, Norway) Tresney Eysteinsson Earl Of More b. About 845 in , Maer, Nord-Trøndelag, Norway Rognvald I Eysteinsson Earl Of More b. About 837 in , Maer, Nord-Trøndelag, Norway Svanhild Eysteinsdatter b. About 850 in , Maer, Nord-Trøndelag, Norway

 

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-------------------- Jarl de Moere -------------------- Eysteinn Glumra married Aseda Rögnvaldsdóttir, daughter of Rögnvaldr Heidum Hæri Óláfsson, King of Vestfold and Thóra Sigurdsdóttir, before 830; they were third cousins.

Eysteinn Glumra, Jarl of the Uplanders, was living in 830.

See "My Lines"

( http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cousin/html/p6.htm#i8264 )

from Compiler: R. B. Stewart, Evans, GA

( http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cousin/html/index.htm ) -------------------- Name: Eystein Glumra "the Noisy" IVARSSON

Suffix: Jarl

Title: Jarl

Sex: M

Birth: 800/810

Death: Aft 870

Note:

Sources: A. Roots 121E, 143A; RC 44, 166; Kraentzler 1453, 1593, 1609, 1645;

AF; The Dukes of Normandy and Their Origins; Pfafman; History of the Vikings;

Russell.

RC:Eistein Ivarsson, Jarl of Hedemarken (of the Uplands), ca 830.

Roots: Eystein Glumra, Jarl of the Upplands, ca. 830, said to have fathered

two known children: Swanhild and Ragnvald I.

K. calls him Eystein Ivarsson, aka Euslin "Ghimrice/Ghemvice" of Schleswig.

K: Eystein "Glumra" Ivarsson, Count of Maere (More). Jarl of the Uplanders

in Norway.

Russell: Eisten Glumru of Vors, A.D. 870. Names Rogvald as a son, but not

son Malahue and daughter Swanhild. Names instead Sigurd, Jarl of the Orkneys,

andd Huldrich, ancestor of Raoul de Toeny.

Eystein Glumra was the Earl of Moera (various spellings for this) in Norway

and Jarl of Orkney and Shetland.

According to both the Heimskringla Saga and the Orkneyinga Saga, Eystein

Glumra was the father of Rognvald. The Orkneyinga Saga says Eystein Glumra's

earliest forebear was Fornjot, King of Finland and Kvenland. Fornjot's

great-great-grandson was Thorri, or Fhorri, who had two sons, Norr and Gorr,

who emigrated westward. Norr took the mainland called Norway and Gorr took the

islands. Gorr's son Heiti was the father of Sveithi (Sveide), the Sea King,

who died about 760. Sveithi's son, Halfdan the Old, who died in 800, was the

father of Ivar, Earl of the Uplands. And Ivar, in turn, was the father of

Eystein Glumra.

RC 44 calls this man Eistein Ivarsson, son of Ivar, who was son of Halfdan

the Old. So it follows the Sagas for three generations.

There was no written language during this period, and the Norse sagas

provided oral histories, much like those Alex Haley, author of "Roots,"

found in Africa. -------------------- Eystein Glumra (the Clatterer), also called Eystein Ivarsson (born ca 830 in Nord-Trøndelag, Norway) was Jarl (Earl) of Oppland and Hedmark in Norway.

According to both the Heimskringla Saga and the Orkneyinga Saga, Eystein Glumra was the son of legendary king Ivar Halfdan and the father of Ragnvald Eysteinsson. He was married to Åsa Ragnvaldsdatter, the daughter of Ragnvald Olafsson, king of Vestfold. [1] -------------------- Eystein Ivarsson was also known as Eystein Glumra and Eystein, the Noisy. He was was Earl (Jarl) of Oppland and Hedmark in Norway. More here: http://bit.ly/h4rrv7 -------------------- Notes for EYSTEIN "THE NOISY" GLUMRA:

Eystein Glumra Ivarsson Jarl of Hedemarken

Child of EYSTEIN GLUMRA and ASEDA ROGNVALDSDOTTIR is: --RAGNVALD I THE WISE OF MORE5 EYSTEINSSON, b. 820; d. 890.

-------------------- Also the Jarl of Maer. AKA Glumra Eystein Ivarsson. -------------------- Bodde i Maer, Nord-Trondelag. Gifte sig med Ascrida när han bodde på samma ställe.

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1. RAGNVALD "the Wise", son of EYSTEIN "Glumra/Clatterer" Jarl in Norway & his wife ---] (-[894]). Orkneyinga Saga names “Eystein the Clatterer, father of the wise counsellor Earl Rognwald the Powerful…”, adding that “Earl Rognwald campaigned with King Harald Fine-Hair who gave him charge of North More, South More and Romsdale”[784]. Snorre names "Ragnvald Earl of More, a son of Eystein "Glumra" when recording that he had become a supporter of King Harald who had invested him with the districts of North More and Raumsdal[785]. Snorre records that he was created Jarl of North and South Möre and of Raumsdal in Norway by Harald I "Hårfagre" King of Norway after his victory at Solskiel [869] against Hunthiof King of Möre and Nokve King of Raumsdal[786]. Orkneyinga Saga and Snorre both record that King Harald granted Shetland and Orkney to Ragnvald in compensation for the death of his son Ivar[787]. The Historia Norwegie records that "principi Rogwaldi" crossed the Solund Sea, destroyed the peoples of the Orkney islands, in the days of "Haraldi Comati regis…Norwegie"[788]. Snorre records that Ragnvald was ambushed in his hall and burned alive by Halfdan Haaleg and Gudred Liomi, two of King Harald's sons[789]. (Cawley's Medlands)

-------------------- aka Eystein Ivarsson

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Eystein Glumra (the Clatterer), also called Eystein Ivarsson (dead ca 830 in Nord-Trøndelag, Norway) was Jarl (Earl) of Oppland and Hedmark in Norway, the son of Ivar Halfdan and the father of Ragnvald Eysteinsson. He was married to Åsa Ragnvaldsdatter.

-------------------- http://www.celtic-casimir.com/webtree/4/4981.htm Born: Abt 800, Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway Married: Abt 846, Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway Died: Abt 830

  Ancestral File Number: FBFD-GJ.
  General Notes:

Relationship to compiler: 32nd great grandfather Spouses/Children: Ascrida (Aseda) RÖGNVALDSDÓTTIR Countess in Uppsland Svanhild EYSTEINSDÓTTIR+ Malahule Haldrick EYSTEINSSON Earl of More+ Turstan EYSTEINSSON of Bastenburg+ Rögnvaldr (Ranald) I "The Wise" EYSTEINSSON Jarl of Marr, 1st Jarl of Orkney+

  Events:

1. Occupation. Jarl of Hedemarken of the Uplands

  Marriage Information:

Eystein married Ascrida (Aseda) RÖGNVALDSDÓTTIR Countess in Uppsland, daughter of Rögnvaldr (Ragnvald) GUDRODSSON of Agder and Thora (Tora) SIGURDSDÓTTIR, about 846 in Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway. (Ascrida (Aseda) RÖGNVALDSDÓTTIR Countess in Uppsland was born in 812 in Maer, Nord Trondelag, Norway.) --------------------

Levde omkring 830.

Øysten må ha levet omkring ca. 830.

Hans far skal ha vært Ivar Opplendingajarl, sønn til Håkon Gamle og sønnesønn til Gor.

Fra Snorre Sturlasson: Olav den helliges saga: «96. Det er fortalt at Orknøyene ble bygd i de dager da Harald Hårfagre var konge i Norge; før hadde det vært vikingbøle der. Den første jarlen på Orknøyene het Sigurd; han var sønn til Øystein Glumra, og bror til Ragnvald Mørejarl. ...»

-------------------- http://www.mathematical.com/eystein.html

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Eystein Ivarsson «the Noisy» Glumra's Timeline

830
830
Åre Municipality, Jämtland County, Sweden

Born 0852 in Maer, Nord-Trondelag, Norway

830
Mære, Steinkjer, Nord-Trondelag, Norway
832
832
Age 2
Vestfold or Sunnmøre, Norway
835
835
Age 5
removed to Denmark
845
845
Age 15
Nord-Trøndelag, Norway
846
846
Age 16
Maer, Norway
850
850
Age 20
Nord-Trøndelag, Norge
870
870
Age 40
Ringerike, Buskerud, Norge
872
872
Age 40
Norway
????
Viking