About Hlodve 'Hund' Sigurdsson Orkney
Hlodve døde som barn. Hvelp, Hundi, Hlodvir, Hlodve.
c) EINAR "Turf-Einar” .
m ---. The name of Einar´s wife is not known.
Einar [& his wife] had [three] children:
1. ARNKEL (-killed Stainmore, Westmoreland 954).
m () GRELAD
m ([954/55]) as her first husband, RAGNHILD
m as her second husband, RAGNHILD Eiriksdatter
m as her third husband, RAGNHILD
Hlodve & his wife had [three] children: (Cawley's Medlands)
i) SIGURD "Digri/the Stout", son of [HLODVIR Torfinnsson Jarl of Orkney & his wife Eithne of Ireland] ([965/70]-killed in battle Clontarf 23 Apr 1014). Orkneyinga Saga names “Sigurd the Stout” as the son of Hlodvir and his wife, adding that he “took over the earldom” after his father died. Snorre names "Sigurd the Thick" as the son of Hlodver. His birth date is estimated from the fact that his older sons were already sufficiently mature in 1014 to be placed in charge of Orkney by their father when he left for war in Ireland. He succeeded his father in  as Jarl of Orkney and Caithness. He defeated Findlaech Mormaer of Moray before 995 at the second battle of Skidmoor in Caithness, consolidating his power on the Scottish mainland. Orkneyinga Saga records Sigurd´s battle against “a Scottish earl called Finnleik”. Orkneyinga Saga records that “Olaf Tryggvason” pressured Sigurd to accept baptism and returned to Norway with Sigurd´s son as a hostage. Orkneyinga Saga records that Sigurd went to Ireland “five years after the Battle of Svoldur” to support “King Sigtrygg Silk-Beard” against “King Brian of Ireland”, and left “his elder sons in charge of the earldom”, but was killed in the battle in which King Brian was killed. Snorre records that "Sigurd the Thick" went to Ireland and fell "in Brian's battle". (Cawley's Medlands)
m firstly ---. The name of Sigurd´s first wife is not known. Sigurd & his [first wife] had four children:
4. HUNDI [Hlodvir] (-[996/1000]). Orkneyinga Saga records that “Olaf Tryggvason” pressured Sigurd to accept baptism and returned to Norway with Sigurd´s son “Hvelp or Hundi…baptised…[as] Hlodvir” as a hostage, adding that “Hlodvir didn´t live long” and that his father refused to pay homage to King Olaf after his son died. He was taken to Norway as a hostage by Olaf Tryggvesson , baptised as Hlodve, but died there soon after. (Cawley's Medlands)
m ([1005 or after]) --- of Scotland, daughter of MALCOLM II
Sigurd & his second wife had one child:
ii) SVANLAUG or Nereid.
m (Orkney 990) GILLI