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Gauthild (Gauthildur) Algautsdottir

Also Known As: "Gauthildur Algautesdóttir", "Gutthild Algautesdatter", "Göthild Algautesdatter", "Algautsdotter", "Algotsdotter", "Alagautsdotter", "Algautesdotter", "Ganthild /Algautsdotter/", "Gauthild Algautsdotte"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Västergötland, Sweden
Death: circa 682 (9-26)
Sweden
Immediate Family:

Daughter of King Algaut Gautreksson of Götaland and Ålov Olafsdotter of Nerike
Wife of Ingjald "Ill-ruler", king in Sweden
Mother of King Olof Ingjaldsson and Åsa «the Wicked» Ingjaldsdotter Illråde

Occupation: Dronning i Sverige, Drottning
Managed by: Private User
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About Gauthild (Gauthildur) Algautsdottir

Gauthild Algautesdotter (Gauthildur Algautesdóttir)

(In English: Gauthild daughter of Algaute)

http://lind.no/nor/index.asp?lang=gb&emne=nor&person=Gauthild%20Alg...

Gauthild Algautsdottir av Götaland (610 - 640)


Gauthild av GÖTLAND

Gauthild married Ingjald Illråde Anundsson, son of Anund (Bröt-Anund) Yngvarsson and Unknown. (Ingjald Illråde Anundsson was born about 610.)


(7th century) was according to the Heimskringla, the daughter of the Geatish king Algaut and the wife of Ingjald Ill-ruler, a legendary king of Sweden. She was the mother of Olof Trätälja, the last Yngling ruler of Sweden and Åsa who married Gudröd, a legendary king of Skåne.


Allmänna hänvisningar:

Hennes morfar var Olof den skarpsynt , konungen i Nerike .

Från "The Ynglinga Saga " :

" 46 . OLAF trädens FELLER .

... Olaf Tree - huggare mor hette Gauthild , och hennes mor var Alov , dotter till Olav den skarpsynt , kung i Nerike . ... "

Gauthild gifte Ingjald Illråde Anundsson . ( Ingjald Illråde Anundsson föddes omkring 610 . )

 Äktenskap Anmärkningar: 

Från "The Ynglinga Saga " :

" 38 . AV Ingjald de dåliga.

... När Ingjald var vuxen , ansökte Anund för honom till kung Algaut för sin dotter Gauthild . Algaut var son till Gautrek Mild , och sonson till Gaut , och från dem Gotland ( Götland ) tog sitt namn . Kung Algaut trodde att hans dotter skulle vara väl gift om hon fick kung Anund son , och om han hade sin fars sinnelag , så att flickan skickades till Sverige, och kung Ingjald firade sitt bröllop med henne i tid. "

" 43 . DÖDSFALL av kungarna Granmar OCH HJORVARD .

... Kung Ingjald hade två barn med sin hustru - den äldsta heter Aasa , den andra Olaf . Gauthild skickade hustrun till Ingjald , pojken till sin fosterfader Bove , i västra Gotland, där han växte upp tillsammans med Sachsen , Bove son, som hade efternamnet Flette . ... " 2


Källor

1 Wikipedia ( http://en.wikipedia.org/ ).

2 Snorre Sturlasson (ca 1179 till 1241 ), http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/OMACL/ ( Om 1225 ) , "Den YNGLINGA Saga " .


Gauthildr Algautsdóttir (Swedish: Göthild Algottsdotter) (7th century) was, according to the Heimskringla, the daughter of the Geatish king Algaut and the wife of Ingjald Ill-ruler, a legendary king of Sweden. She was the mother of Olof Trätälja, the last Yngling ruler of Sweden and Åsa who married Gudröd, a legendary king of Skåne.

Olof Trätälja

His mother was Gauthild, a princess of West Götaland, whose maternal grandfather was Olof the Sharp-sighted, the king of Nerike.

His mother sent him to his foster-father Bove in West Götaland, where he grew up with his foster-brother Saxe who was surnamed Flette.

When Olof heard of his father's death, he assembled the men who were willing to follow him and went to his kinsmen in Nerike, because after his father's atrocities, the Swedes had grown hostile towards the Ynglings.

When the Swedes learnt that Olof and his kin had sought refuge in Nerike, they were attacked and had to head west through deep and mountainous forests (Kilsbergen) to Lake Vänern and the estuary of Klarälven (where Karlstad is presently situated). Here, they settled and cleared land. Soon they had created a whole province called Värmland, where they could make good living.

When the Swedes learnt that Olof was clearing land, they were amused and called him the Tree-feller. Olof married a woman named Solveig who was a daughter of Halfdan Guldtand of Soleyar. Olof and Solveigh had two sons, Ingjald Olofsson and Halfdan Hvitbeinn, who were brought up in Soleyar in the house of his mother's uncle Sölve.

Because of king Ivar Vidfamne and his harsh rule many Swedes emigrated to Värmland, and they became so numerous that the province could not sustain them. The land was afflicted by famine of which the Swedes accused the king. It was an old tradition in Sweden of holding the king responsible for the wealth of the land (see Domalde). The Swedes accused Olof of neglecting his sacrifices to the gods and believed that this was the cause of the famine.

The Swedish settlers thus rebelled against Olof, surrounded his house on the shores of lake Vänern and burnt him inside it. Thus he was sacrificed to Odin, like his ancestor Domalde.


Ingjald "Braut" Onundsson King Of Uppsala 1

Birth: 661 in , , Uppsala, Sweden 2 3

Death:

Sex: M

Father: Onund "Braut" Ingvarsson King Of Sweden b. About 638 in , , , Sweden

Mother: Onund Ingvarsson b. About 643 in , , , Sweden

   
  Spouses & Children    
 Gauthild Algautsdotter (Wife) b. About 664 in , , , Sweden  

1 2 3

Marriage: Abt 681 in (, , Värmland, Sweden) 6 Nov 2004 14:29

Children:

Aasa Ingjaldsdotter b. About 684 in , , Värmland, Sweden

Olaf Ingjaldsson King Of Värmland b. About 682 in , , Värmland, Sweden

Hrolf Ingjaldsson b. About 700 in (, Dyflinni, Ulster, Ireland)


 

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 Individual:

Name Suffix: King of Uppsala

REFN: HWS8573

Ancestral File Number:FLHG-Z5

OBJE: C:\LEGACY\PICTURES\c_crown.gifCHAN20 Mar 2001


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lbert F. Schmuhl, "Author: Schmuhl, Albert F.

Publication: e-mail documentation, March 1997, Albert F. Schmuhl, Americ

a Online Posting: Genealogy Forum

Title: "FamilySearch® Ancestral Fileâ„¢ v4.19"

Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Publication: 3 Feb 2001

Title: "Genealogical Research of Kirk Larson"

Author: Larson, Kirk

Publication: Personal Research Works including Bethune & Hohenlohe Desce

ndants, 1981-2001, Kirk Larson, Private Library

Title: "Héraldique européenne"

Author: Arnaud Bunel

Publication: Coats of Arms for European Royalty and Nobility (http://www

.heraldique-europeenne.org, Arnaud Bunel, 1998) , Internet"Armigerous" (ahr-MIJ-ehr-us) adjective

Bearing or entitled to bear heraldicarms.

The reason the notion of a family crest was brought into th

e languagewas that those who were armigerous (entitled to bear arms) used to put their crest or achieveme





Gauthildr Algautsdóttir (Swedish: Göthild Algottsdotter) (7th century) was, according to the Heimskringla, the daughter of the Geatish king Algaut and the wife of Ingjald Ill-ruler, a legendary king of Sweden. She was the mother of Olof Trätälja, the last Yngling ruler of Sweden and Åsa who married Gudröd, a legendary king of Skåne.


Gauthildr Algautsdóttir (Swedish: Göthild Algottsdotter) (7th century) was, according to the Heimskringla, the daughter of the Geatish king Algaut and the wife of Ingjald Ill-ruler, a legendary king of Sweden. She was the mother of Olof Trätälja, the last Yngling ruler of Sweden and Åsa who married Gudröd, a legendary king of Skåne.


Gauthild Algautesdotter (Gauthildur Algautesdóttir)

(In English: Gauthild daughter of Algaute)

http://lind.no/nor/index.asp?lang=gb&emne=nor&person=Gauthild%20Alg...

Gauthild Algautsdottir av Götaland (610 - 640)


Gauthild av GÖTLAND

Gauthild married Ingjald Illråde Anundsson, son of Anund (Bröt-Anund) Yngvarsson and Unknown. (Ingjald Illråde Anundsson was born about 610.)


(7th century) was according to the Heimskringla, the daughter of the Geatish king Algaut and the wife of Ingjald Ill-ruler, a legendary king of Sweden. She was the mother of Olof Trätälja, the last Yngling ruler of Sweden and Åsa who married Gudröd, a legendary king of Skåne.


Allmänna hänvisningar:

Hennes morfar var Olof den skarpsynt , konungen i Nerike .

Från "The Ynglinga Saga " :

" 46 . OLAF trädens FELLER .

... Olaf Tree - huggare mor hette Gauthild , och hennes mor var Alov , dotter till Olav den skarpsynt , kung i Nerike . ... "

Gauthild gifte Ingjald Illråde Anundsson . ( Ingjald Illråde Anundsson föddes omkring 610 . )

Äktenskap Anmärkningar: 

Från "The Ynglinga Saga " :

" 38 . AV Ingjald de dåliga.

... När Ingjald var vuxen , ansökte Anund för honom till kung Algaut för sin dotter Gauthild . Algaut var son till Gautrek Mild , och sonson till Gaut , och från dem Gotland ( Götland ) tog sitt namn . Kung Algaut trodde att hans dotter skulle vara väl gift om hon fick kung Anund son , och om han hade sin fars sinnelag , så att flickan skickades till Sverige, och kung Ingjald firade sitt bröllop med henne i tid. "

" 43 . DÖDSFALL av kungarna Granmar OCH HJORVARD .

... Kung Ingjald hade två barn med sin hustru - den äldsta heter Aasa , den andra Olaf . Gauthild skickade hustrun till Ingjald , pojken till sin fosterfader Bove , i västra Gotland, där han växte upp tillsammans med Sachsen , Bove son, som hade efternamnet Flette . ... " 2

Källor

1 Wikipedia ( http://en.wikipedia.org/ ).

2 Snorre Sturlasson (ca 1179 till 1241 ), http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/OMACL/ ( Om 1225 ) , "Den YNGLINGA Saga " .


Gauthildr Algautsdóttir (Swedish: Göthild Algottsdotter) (7th century) was, according to the Heimskringla, the daughter of the Geatish king Algaut and the wife of Ingjald Ill-ruler, a legendary king of Sweden. She was the mother of Olof Trätälja, the last Yngling ruler of Sweden and Åsa who married Gudröd, a legendary king of Skåne.

Olof Trätälja

His mother was Gauthild, a princess of West Götaland, whose maternal grandfather was Olof the Sharp-sighted, the king of Nerike.

His mother sent him to his foster-father Bove in West Götaland, where he grew up with his foster-brother Saxe who was surnamed Flette.

When Olof heard of his father's death, he assembled the men who were willing to follow him and went to his kinsmen in Nerike, because after his father's atrocities, the Swedes had grown hostile towards the Ynglings.

When the Swedes learnt that Olof and his kin had sought refuge in Nerike, they were attacked and had to head west through deep and mountainous forests (Kilsbergen) to Lake Vänern and the estuary of Klarälven (where Karlstad is presently situated). Here, they settled and cleared land. Soon they had created a whole province called Värmland, where they could make good living.

When the Swedes learnt that Olof was clearing land, they were amused and called him the Tree-feller. Olof married a woman named Solveig who was a daughter of Halfdan Guldtand of Soleyar. Olof and Solveigh had two sons, Ingjald Olofsson and Halfdan Hvitbeinn, who were brought up in Soleyar in the house of his mother's uncle Sölve.

Because of king Ivar Vidfamne and his harsh rule many Swedes emigrated to Värmland, and they became so numerous that the province could not sustain them. The land was afflicted by famine of which the Swedes accused the king. It was an old tradition in Sweden of holding the king responsible for the wealth of the land (see Domalde). The Swedes accused Olof of neglecting his sacrifices to the gods and believed that this was the cause of the famine.

The Swedish settlers thus rebelled against Olof, surrounded his house on the shores of lake Vänern and burnt him inside it. Thus he was sacrificed to Odin, like his ancestor Domalde.


Ingjald "Braut" Onundsson King Of Uppsala 1

Birth: 661 in , , Uppsala, Sweden 2 3

Death:

Sex: M

Father: Onund "Braut" Ingvarsson King Of Sweden b. About 638 in , , , Sweden

Mother: Onund Ingvarsson b. About 643 in , , , Sweden

 Spouses & Children    
 
 
Gauthild Algautsdotter (Wife) b. About 664 in , , , Sweden  

1 2 3

Marriage: Abt 681 in (, , Värmland, Sweden) 6 Nov 2004 14:29

Children:

Aasa Ingjaldsdotter b. About 684 in , , Värmland, Sweden

Olaf Ingjaldsson King Of Värmland b. About 682 in , , Värmland, Sweden

Hrolf Ingjaldsson b. About 700 in (, Dyflinni, Ulster, Ireland)


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 Notes    
 
 
Individual:

Name Suffix: King of Uppsala

REFN: HWS8573

Ancestral File Number:FLHG-Z5

OBJE: C:\LEGACY\PICTURES\c_crown.gifCHAN20 Mar 2001

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

 
 Sources    
 
 
lbert F. Schmuhl, "Title: "Royal Lines & Adamic Genealogy: Genealogical Research of A

lbert F. Schmuhl, "Author: Schmuhl, Albert F.

Publication: e-mail documentation, March 1997, Albert F. Schmuhl, Americ

a Online Posting: Genealogy Forum

Title: "FamilySearch® Ancestral Fileâ„¢ v4.19"

Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Publication: 3 Feb 2001

Title: "Genealogical Research of Kirk Larson"

Author: Larson, Kirk

Publication: Personal Research Works including Bethune & Hohenlohe Desce

ndants, 1981-2001, Kirk Larson, Private Library

Title: "Héraldique européenne"

Author: Arnaud Bunel

Publication: Coats of Arms for European Royalty and Nobility (http://www

.heraldique-europeenne.org, Arnaud Bunel, 1998) , Internet"Armigerous" (ahr-MIJ-ehr-us) adjective

Bearing or entitled to bear heraldicarms.

The reason the notion of a family crest was brought into th

e languagewas that those who were armigerous (entitled to bear arms) used to put their crest or achieveme


Gauthildr Algautsdóttir (Swedish: Göthild Algottsdotter) (7th century) was, according to the Heimskringla, the daughter of the Geatish king Algaut and the wife of Ingjald Ill-ruler, a legendary king of Sweden. She was the mother of Olof Trätälja, the last Yngling ruler of Sweden and Åsa who married Gudröd, a legendary king of Skåne.


Gauthildr Algautsdóttir (Swedish: Göthild Algottsdotter) (7th century) was, according to the Heimskringla, the daughter of the Geatish king Algaut and the wife of Ingjald Ill-ruler, a legendary king of Sweden. She was the mother of Olof Trätälja, the last Yngling ruler of Sweden and Åsa who married Gudröd, a legendary king of Skåne.