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Halvard Jonsen Smør

Norwegian: Halvard Jonsson Smør
Also Known As: "Hallvard", "Jonssøn"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Askgrova, Bergen, Hordaland, Norway
Death: after circa 1391
Oslo, Norway
Immediate Family:

Son of Jon Ragnvaldsson Smør and Ulvhild Ragnvaldson Smør
Husband of Ingrid Toresdotter Krusse; Margerete Svalesdatter, Romer and Nn Ølversdotter
Father of Ingeborg Hallvardsdatter Smor; Jon Halvardsen Smør; Vedbrand Halvorson Årstad; Kristian Halvardsson Smør; Hallkjell Halvardsson Smør and 1 other
Brother of Ragnvald Jonsson Smør and Torgaut Jonson Smør
Half brother of Assur Jonsson, til Tomb and Jon Torgautsen til Evje

Occupation: Fehirde, kongeleg skattemeister i oslo. Riddar, Fehirde i Oslo (Finansminister), ridder,
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About Halvard Jonsson Smør

Alt birth dates: 1325, 1310


Nemd 1347, som vitne, var 1369 og 1371 fehirde i Oslo og riddar, gav gods i Refvolom paa Romerike for si sjel til Vaar frue kyrkja i Oslo. Det vart stadfest i 1372 av kong Haakon. Hallvard levde visst og i 1391. [Kindem, Lars: Vossaætter band II, Lidætti, side 127.]


http://www.stromsnes.info/PhpGedView/individual.php?pid=I2243&ged=slekten.ged

Fehirden i Oslo var overprdnet de andre fehirdene og fungerte som kongens finansminister. Hans lønn var høyere enn kanslerens. Det er ikke gitt at fehirden var ridder, da embetet lå utenom kongens hird. Han var ofte Kannik i Mariakirken i Oslo. (Lagt til av Harald moberg, Konservator for Akershus slott)


Nevnt 1347 - 91


Fra vagshaug.no

Han var ridder og kongelig skattmester (fehirde) i Oslo omkring 1370. Han ga jordegods på Romerike til Vår Frue kirke i Oslo mot å få sjelemesse. Denne gaven ble stadfestet av kong Håkon i 1372. Han levde visstnok fremdeles i 1391.


Fehirde. Kongelig Skattmester.


Halvard Skjalgs married Ølversdtr Rømer, daughter of Ølver Rømer. He was born before 1350 at Sweden.

Ølversdtr Rømer married Halvard Skjalgs. She was born before 1350 at Sweden. She died after 1375 at Sweden.


http://www.sosialklubben.net/snw/ole.htm

13 tipp oldrefedre

92166. Halvard Skjalgs, død ca. 1350. Han skal være en ættling etter Erling Skjalgson på Sola. Han giftet seg med n.n. Ølversdtr Rømer.


Han var ridder og kongelig skattmester (fehirde) i Oslo omkring 1370. Han ga jordegods på Romerike til Vår Frue kirke i Oslo mot å få sjelemesse. Denne gaven ble stadfestet av kong Håkon i 1372. Han levde visstnok fremdeles i 1391.
When Halvard Jonsen Smør was born in 1327 in Bergen, Norway, his father, Jon, was 87 and his mother, Ulvhild, was 72. He died in 1391 in Oslo, Norway, at the age of 64.

Hallvard Jonson Smør (fl. 1368–1372) was a Norwegian knight.Hallvard was a son of Jon Smør. In 1368 Hallvard owned Røken and Hurum in Oslo syssel, which Gaute Eriksen of the Galte-family had owned the year before. He later gave land in "Refvolom" in Romerike for a Requiem Mass, which was confirmed by King Haakon VI of Norway in 1372. He was married to an otherwise unknown sister of Svale Ølversson, an "Ølversdotter", and had two known sons, Jon and Hallkjell.

Smør, or after the coat of arms, "Leopard's head (under chevron)", was the name of a Norwegian medieval family of the high nobility.[1] The family was one of the few original noble families of Norway, as it, unlike many other families, did not originate from Denmark or Sweden. The family owned land in Norway, as well as on the Faroe Islands and Shetland (which at the time was a Norwegian overseas possession). The male line of the family died out in the late 15th century.

The coat of arms of the Smør-family had a blue background, and a golden Leopard's head under a red chevron.[3] The family is sometimes alternatively called "Leopard's head (under chevron)" after the coat of arms.


Alt birth dates: 1325, 1310

Nemd 1347, som vitne, var 1369 og 1371 fehirde i Oslo og riddar, gav gods i Refvolom paa Romerike for si sjel til Vaar frue kyrkja i Oslo. Det vart stadfest i 1372 av kong Haakon. Hallvard levde visst og i 1391. [Kindem, Lars: Vossaætter band II, Lidætti, side 127.]

http://www.stromsnes.info/PhpGedView/individual.php?pid=I2243&ged=slekten.ged

Fehirden i Oslo var overprdnet de andre fehirdene og fungerte som kongens finansminister. Hans lønn var høyere enn kanslerens. Det er ikke gitt at fehirden var ridder, da embetet lå utenom kongens hird. Han var ofte Kannik i Mariakirken i Oslo. (Lagt til av Harald moberg, Konservator for Akershus slott)

Nevnt 1347 - 91

Fra vagshaug.no

Han var ridder og kongelig skattmester (fehirde) i Oslo omkring 1370. Han ga jordegods på Romerike til Vår Frue kirke i Oslo mot å få sjelemesse. Denne gaven ble stadfestet av kong Håkon i 1372. Han levde visstnok fremdeles i 1391.

Fehirde. Kongelig Skattmester.

Halvard Skjalgs married Ølversdtr Rømer, daughter of Ølver Rømer. He was born before 1350 at Sweden.

Ølversdtr Rømer married Halvard Skjalgs. She was born before 1350 at Sweden. She died after 1375 at Sweden.

http://www.sosialklubben.net/snw/ole.htm

13 tipp oldrefedre

92166. Halvard Skjalgs, død ca. 1350. Han skal være en ættling etter Erling Skjalgson på Sola. Han giftet seg med n.n. Ølversdtr Rømer.

Han var ridder og kongelig skattmester (fehirde) i Oslo omkring 1370. Han ga jordegods på Romerike til Vår Frue kirke i Oslo mot å få sjelemesse. Denne gaven ble stadfestet av kong Håkon i 1372. Han levde visstnok fremdeles i 1391. When Halvard Jonsen Smør was born in 1327 in Bergen, Norway, his father, Jon, was 87 and his mother, Ulvhild, was 72. He died in 1391 in Oslo, Norway, at the age of 64. Hallvard Jonson Smør (fl. 1368–1372) was a Norwegian knight.Hallvard was a son of Jon Smør. In 1368 Hallvard owned Røken and Hurum in Oslo syssel, which Gaute Eriksen of the Galte-family had owned the year before. He later gave land in "Refvolom" in Romerike for a Requiem Mass, which was confirmed by King Haakon VI of Norway in 1372. He was married to an otherwise unknown sister of Svale Ølversson, an "Ølversdotter", and had two known sons, Jon and Hallkjell.

Smør, or after the coat of arms, "Leopard's head (under chevron)", was the name of a Norwegian medieval family of the high nobility.[1] The family was one of the few original noble families of Norway, as it, unlike many other families, did not originate from Denmark or Sweden. The family owned land in Norway, as well as on the Faroe Islands and Shetland (which at the time was a Norwegian overseas possession). The male line of the family died out in the late 15th century.

The coat of arms of the Smør-family had a blue background, and a golden Leopard's head under a red chevron.[3] The family is sometimes alternatively called "Leopard's head (under chevron)" after the coat of arms.

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