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Torsten Brunsson Brunsson (Forstena)

Also Known As: "Forstena", "(Forstena)"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Häggatorp, Laske-Vedum, Vara, Västra Götaland County , Sweden
Death: after August 09, 1545
Forstena, Tunhem, Vänersborg, Västra Götaland County , Sweden
Immediate Family:

Son of Brun Svensson (Forstena) and Gyrit Bengtsdotter Ryting
Husband of Anna Gudmundsdotter
Father of Lennart Torstensson (Forstena); Gyrith Torstensdotter (Forstena); Christoffer Torstensson (Forstena); Göran Torstensson (Forstena); Hans Torstensson (Forstena) and 2 others
Brother of Lindorm Brunsson (Forstena); Brita Brunsdotter (Forstena); Gunnar Brunsson ( Forstena ); Margareta Brunsdotter; Anna Brunsdotter (Forstena) and 2 others

Occupation: Lagman i Värmland, regementsråd, häradshövding
Managed by: Thomas Sven Björnberg
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About Torsten Brunsson (Forstena)

Torsten Brunsson (Forstena)

  • Son of Brun Svensson (Forstena) and Gyrit Bengtsdotter Ryting
  • Torsten Brunsson lived in 1545. First mentioned in 1518. Sealed a Ture Jönsson gift letter 1521. County Governor in Skånings hearad in 1523. In the palace law at Älvsborg 1524. Weapons in 1525. Visitor in the king's board in Skara 1526. Proved parliament in Västerås in 1527. rebellious Västgöta gentlemen in June 1529. Lawyer in Värmland the same year until 1534. In the palace law at Älvsborg 1532. Lordship of Åsa was hired, which was granted to another person in 1537. Government council in Västergötland 1540. In the palace law at Älvsborg 1543. Sealed Västerås Seated in 1545 in the regiment county council held in Ny-Lödöse; got through his married farm Forstena in Western Tunhem after which the family got its name. Also owned Häggetorp and Dala in Skaraborg. Torsten Brunsson was of noble family no. 110. The wife Anna is mentioned in 1546.

Married

  • Married to Anna Gudmundsdotter, daughter of the county governor in Väne, he inherited Gudmund Torbjörnsson (rear head), to Forstena, by the older Forstenas family, and Ragnhild Svensdotter (half lily).

Children:

  • Göran Torstensson. Bailiff.
  • Hans Torstensson
  • Lennart Torstensson. Knekthövidsman. Died 1564. See Table 15.
  • Christoffer Torstensson. Slottsbefallningsman.
  • Ragnhild Torstensdotter, Married to Carl Torbjörnsson at Gunnarstorp in Västra Härad.
  • Gyrith Torstensdotter, married to the gunman Bengt Pedersson Svenske (no. 258).
  • Gudmund Torstensson, dead unmarried before 1579.
  • Torsten Brunsson (Forstena family, No 2). Councilor of Forstena, Tunhems fs (Vg).

SDHK No: 38567

  • Dating: 1523 November 13, of issue Torestorp

Torsten Brunsson to Forstena, county governor in the county of Skånings , testifies that Peter Håkansson in Sävare (Sävare parish, now in Kinnefjärdings county) has shafted his farm (in Sävare) to Bengt Björsson and his stepmother Gyrid, whereby Peter Håkansson acknowledged that he raised worthy ”for the farm.

Sources Original: Or. Perg. Cut antique items. Photocopy: RA Printed, VGFT I: 2, No. 25, p.58

SDHK No39108

  • Dating: 1534 May 8

Torsten Brunsson to Forstena, a lawyer in Värmland , who was commissioned by the West Gothic lawman Mr Karl Eriksson (Gyllenstierna) to hold a land view in a dispute between his mother's wife Anna at Vinstorp and his wife Margareta Månsdotter at Sjögerås, widow of Knut Lindormsson, regarding some plots in Hålöja in Gökhem's parish, Vilske hearad, condemns this dispute with nine district governors there in the resort.

Sources, Original: Or. Perg. Eka Coll., UUB Printed VgFT 2: 1, No. 18 (p. 29)

Forstenasläkten

Band 16 (1964-1966), page 381.

Biography

The Forstenas genus , commonly used in the 17th century by a Western Gothic savior, is known since the last half of the 14th century. In particular, the term is not adequate with regard to the oldest ranks, since the farm Forstena, after which the family was named, did not become the seat of one of the family's younger branches in the early 16th century through entry into a family, which in modern times was called »older F "Or" Rear Head of Forstena "(see below).

F's ancestor was, according to a tradition stated by Hans Brask, a Sven in Tådene (Skar), gm Lindorm Jönsson's (spar over leaves) daughter Elin. He has been identified with a Sven Brynjolfsson(mentioned 1435–40, not 1450), which in 1440, along with his wife Elin Lindormsdtr and many others, donations to Vadstena monastery by, among others, Lindorm Jönsson. Sven Brynjolfsson carried a saddle in his seal, but his sons Hans and Brun took up their mother's weapon, spar over leaves, which was to remain F's weapon. After this, in the 1600s, several family members called Siöblad, although another family was introduced with this name at the Riddarhuset. Hans and Brun Svensson became ancestors of each, their main branch of F.

1 The Lord Chief of God in Gudhems hd Hans Svensson (d circa 1506) to Häggatorp in Dala (Skar) became father of the national council Peder Hansson d (F 1) to Valsta (Vm), through whose marriage this branch of the family came to be associated with Västmanland and Södermanland. Of his sons becameHans Persson (d. 20 Oct 1565 in the battle of Axtorna; Helsingius) to Valsta district governor first in Lagunda hd (Upps), then in Jönåkers hd (Söd). He is probably not identical with the person of this name who, as the chief white man of a valley frenzy, participated in Gustav I's Russian war (cf. Pihlström; otherwise Viljanti). During the Nordic Seven-Year War, he was one of the three ship commanders who were sentenced to death for their wrongdoing during the naval battle at the northern cape of Öland on 30–31 May 1564, but the sentence was not enforced.

His only son was Peder Hansson dy (d 1607/08) to Valsta, who, judging by the titling, can not be identical to the Peder Hansson who was in the 15th century in Arboga (different JA Almquist). He is said to have dropped some bitter remarks about Duke Charles in 1590(H Almquist 1916) but is mentioned from 1593 among his courtiers. On December 19, 1594, he was authorized by the duke to oversee King Sigismund's bailiffs in Arboga and Kungsör's counties with underlying mining (Nora and Lindesberg by letter of April 1, 1595). At the beginning of 1596 he collected in Västmanland, Närke and Dalarna, together with Nils Posse, the assurances of the public's connection to Söderköping's parliamentary decision. After Duke Charles's conquest of Finland, he was governor of the Savoie Castle from 1599 and probably until 1604 (note in his ex of Kristofers national team, B 2, UUB; in UUB also his ex of S Münsters Cosmographey or Beschreibung aller Länder). He appears in 1605–07 as the 1600 executed Ture Bielkesfirst knew successors as district governor in Åkerbo and Fellingsbro hd (Vm). Peder Hansson had no sons. One of his daughters, Anna Persdotter (d. 1648), who after the eating weapon was sometimes called Siöblad (cf. above), was married to the family Ribbing .

2 The governor of Valle hd Brun Svensson to Häggatorp (mentioned 1459–95), had eight children (Anna Pedersdtr Bielke's family book), among them the sons Lindorm, Torsten and Sven, mentioned in 1519 (perg: letter, Ericsberg's archive). Apart from these, a son Bengt is also known from contemporary records.

Sven Brunsson(d circa 1528) was the national governor Svante Nilssons (Sture) joined at Eksjö (with S Vedbo and Västra hd) in 1505 and in Vadsbo hd 1506–08 and succeeded his uncle Hans Svensson as district governor in Gudhems hd in 1507. He does not seem to have left children behind.

Lindorm Brunsson (still living in 1520) to Bronäs in Härene (Skar) was 1504 governor of Valle hd after the father and from 1512 the national council (the first of the family), probably as a result of his marriage to a daughter of the national council Sigge Larsson (Sparre af Rossvik). His only son, Jöran Lindormsson (d. Circa 1528) to Bronäs, had no sons but became the father-in-law of, inter alia, Knut Posse (d. 1593).

Bengt Brunsson(d. 1533) was imprisoned in 1504 for his service as a sven with one of King Hans's followers, the knight Nils Gädda. At least from 1508, however, he was like Brother Sven Brunsson in the office of the governor of Svante Nilsson. By marriage to a daughter of silver mountain bailiff Stig Hansson he became attached to the Dalarna, from where he wrote to Sten Sture d y in 1516. In 1520 he was according to Peder Svart Kristian II's bailiff "Bergslagen and all Dalarna" and engaged in the investigations after Gustav Eriksson (Vasa). In 1530 he became the head of the Dalarnas district and shortly thereafter, according to Peder Svart, he participated in the collection of bells in Dalarna that caused the bell uprising. His son Stig Bengtsson became linked to Södermanland through his marriage. Her grandsons called themselves Ulffana, but the family was already dating with their daughters.

Torsten Brunsson lived the longest of Brun Svensson's sons (mentioned yet 1545). He came into possession of Forstena in V Tunhem (Älvsb) through marriage to the district governor of Väne hd Gudmund Torbjörnsson's daughter Anna (half sister of Anna, gm Anders Eriksson [Ekeblad of Hedåker]; Genealogica 2, p 11, 165). She descended on the mother from the gunman Tore Byting (lived 1439). Over his descendants there is a genealogy recorded at the end of the 16th century, which is an important source of knowledge of this branch of F. Torsten Brunsson was one of the Western Gothic gentlemen who, after the uprising in 1529, was reconciled to Gustav I, after which he was the layman in 1538 Warmland after the executed Nils Olsson (Vinge). In 1540 he appeared as one of the four councilors in the so-called regiment for Västergötland and in 1524, 1532 and 1543 he sat in the Palace Act at Älvsborg.

Torsten Brunsson's son Jöran Torstensson (d 1598; for the year of death see Elgenstiernas suppl and HKR 8 March 1598) to Nygård in V Tunhem was bailiff in Dalsland. His son Brun Jöransson (d before 1603) to Säter i Ör (Älvsb) took part in the war against Russia in 1580 as a lieutenant lieutenant and was in combat in Vättle, Ale, Flundre and Väne hd (Älvsb) in 1594–95. In a letter dated May 1, 1595 from Duke Charles to Archbishop Abraham Angermannus, it appears that BJ has taken away a priest's debt. The Duke then mentions him as "a great papist". When, in 1598, King Sigismund was appointed to be the bailiff in Dalsland, he, like the king at the same time, appointed Vestgötafogdar, could not take up his office because of the Duke's resistance. In August the latter year, BJ and Jöran Eriksson (Ulfsparre) and Seved Ribbing Älvsborg and Gullberg surprised and took on the king's behalf.

A brother of Jöran Torstensson was Lindorm Torstensson ("beaten" in Bohuslän 1564 after Nov. 17), who in the literature was called "Lennart Torstensson", which, however, could not be named earlier than in the details of his son's equality sermon in 1651. LT, which at the time of succession In 1551 (Actuarial Office's Notes I: 58: 6, KA) received Forstena, reported the deed for Ale and Flundre hd 1545, the layman's feeding for these and Väne hd 1547 and 1550 and the king's lining for the same hd 1555 and is called joiner in Väne hd 1559. During the Nordic Seven Years' War he became equestrian master at Västgöta equestrian (Erik XlV's letter to Jöns Bonde 11 Feb 1564) and was appointed on 3 Oct 1564 as Åke Bengtssons (Färla) sub-commander at Älvsborg's siege. LT became the father of the governors Anders Lindormsson (F 2) andTorsten Lindormsson (F 3). The latter's son was the reputable field lord Lennart (often called Lindorm; see Fredriksson, p. 167) Torstensson (d. 1651). He became the ancestor of a deadly descendent in the 18th century, who, as the first in Sweden, came to use his ancestor's patronymic icon as a family name.

A younger brother of Jöran and Lindorm Torstensson was Kristofer Torstensson there(d. 1589) to Ulvstorp in Sparlösa (Skar). From 1563 horsemen, he participated in the Nordic Seven-Year War, burned most of Fjäre hd in Halland in the beginning of 1570 and was among those who in the summer then led the fortifications at Gullberg. After Älvsborg was restored to the Swedes in accordance with Stettinfreden, KT 1571–72 was one of the two sub-commanders there, and in the latter year he was for a few months to which the guard of the captured Erik XIV at Gripsholm was entrusted. From 1559 until his death he was governor of Ale hd (Älvsb). In each case from 1568 and 1588, he held corresponding positions in Laske and Viste hd (Skar). Of his children became the daughter Anna (d. 1648), who may be beleaguered to have used the aforementioned family name Siöblad, tribal mother of noble and grandsonEkeblad (see vol. 12, p. 618).

The son Olov Kristofersson(d at 84 years of age 20, not 29, Feb 1647 according to J Hadorph's transcript in Fh 9, fol 167, KB, of prejudice in Rackeby church existing inscription) to Degeberg in Rackeby is named 1593 among Duke Charles's chief junkier and is stated to be chamber junkier of this , when the Duke in 1594 appointed him governor of Kumla hd (Ör) in his duchy. He remained a faithful supporter of Duke Karl, who, according to the Registry, sent a number of letters to him. He was governor of Nyköping Castle, the center of the duchy, in 1598–99. On Aug. 4, 1602, he was given the highest supervision over the use of nitrous oxide and the manufacture of weapons. In 1604 (autograph collector, Ericsberg) he calls himself the governor of Läckö castle and county, which he managed in 1603–05 (JA Almquist). On May 4, 1606, he became governor of Värmland, which office he held until 1611 or 1612. Later he was governor of Linde and Nora bergslag (Ör) 1611–12 and in Kullings hd (Älvsb) 1624–26 and assessor in Svea court of law 1622–26. According to the owner's notes, OK 1591–1600 owned the fishing manuscript Ekeblad 2 (De la Gardieska saml, LUB). One of his daughters, wifeBrita (still living in 1668) to Degeberg, may be believed to have carried the aforementioned family name Siöblad.

Olov Kristofersson's older brother Torsten Kristofersson (d. 1611) lived after the father at Ulvstorp and succeeded him as district governor in Viste hd. He is accounted for in the interest chamber books 1579–86 as a court junkie at Johan III , became a king in a letter dated 8 November 1586 to a banner of the Westgut rider and accompanied King Sigismund to Poland in 1587, but later, like his brother Olov, was a loyal supporter of Duke Karl. He was rider champion of the Ostgötafan fan in 1591–98, with whom he participated in the Russian war of 1591–92 and in Duke Charles’s battles with Sigismund in 1598, and was in 1597 one of the two persons appointed in the palace law at Vadstena. In 1600 he sat in court over the councilors in Linköping, and the following year he was one of the delegates at the border meeting with the Danes in Flabäck. According to Älvsborg's castle accounts, he succeeded his cousin Torsten Lindormsson as governor of Älvsborg after his escape from the kingdom in Nov 1603, and as such he served until the spring of 1606. When he was appointed July 31 last year to be one of the delegates to the border meeting with the Russians at Systerbäck, he is called a governor at Läckö, where he is thus supposed to have succeeded his brother Olov (cf. above). As such, he is also mentioned in Dalsland's Judgment 21 Oct and 3 Nov 1607 and in Kålland's Judgment 1 June 1608.

Sons of Torsten Kristofersson were the equestrian at Västgöta equestrian Mauritz Torstensson (d 1632 unmarried in Germany) and the lieutenant lieutenant of the same regiment Kristofer Torstensson dy (d 1658), which can sometimes be claimed to have carried the aforementioned family name Siöblad. He held Ulvstorp after his father and participated in the Prussian campaigns 1627–29, the Thirty Years War and the Danish War 1643–45. His first wife, Karin Persdotter Ulfsparre (d. 1650), partly with the help of her husband, has written the majority of the so-called songs in the so-called Queen Sofia's book in KB. With him, the ungraceful branch of F extended on the sword side.

Author: Hans Gillingstam - https://sok.riksarkivet.se/sbl/Presentation.aspx?id=14394

Torsten Brunsson (spar over leaves; (younger) Forstenas genus) To Forstena, Tunhem (P) and Häggetorp, Dala (R). Occupied from 1518 - 1545. (Elgenstierna, Gillingstam 1965)

The governor of Skånings in the district of Skånings in 1521, proves "the reformation day" in Västerås in 1527, is one of the Västgöta lords who, after the uprising in 1529, is reconciled to Gustav I, after which he is allowed to sit in court over those who are not reconciled. Takes over the team man's post in Värmland following the execution of Nils Olsson (Vinge) in connection with this process, a post he holds until 1538. Sits several times in the Palace Act in Älvsborg. (Elgenstierna, Gillingstam 1964-66)

Lord of Forstena in Tunhems fs and Häggatrop in Dala fs, both in Vastergotland. Mentioned already 1518 21/2; sealed one of Ture Jönsson's (Three Roses) Gift Letter 1521 13/1; was district governor in Skånings hd 1523 14/11; palace law at Älvsborg 1524 7/10; called gunner 1525 25/7; visitor to the King's Board in Skara 1526 1/3; proved the Riksdag in Västerås in 1527; sat in the court over them rebellious Västgöta lords in June 1529; teammate in Värmland the same years 3/8 and still 1534; new castle law at Älvsborg 1532 7/10; district governor in Åsa hd, which district court granted another person in 1537 16/1; regiment council in Västergötland 1540; the castle law at Älvsborg again 1543 in May; sealed Västerås Heritage Association 1544; was still alive 1545 9/8, when he sat in the regiment county council which said day was held New-Lodose; received through the married farm Forsten in Tunhems fs (Vg), after which the family received its nickname.

Sources: EÄ II, p 805.

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GEDCOM Note

Torsten Brunsson (son of Brun Svensson, tab 6), to Forstena in Tunhems parish, Älvsborg county and Häggetorp in Dala parish, Skaraborg county. Mentioned already (Eriksberg's archive) 1518-02-21. Sealed a Ture Jönsson's (Three Roses) Gift Letter (RAP.) 1521-01-13. Was county governor in Skånings herad (Vff I h. 2 p. 58.) 1523-11-14. In the Palace Act at Älvsborg (GIr.) 1524-10-07. Called Arms (RAP.) 1525-07-25. Visit to the King's Board in Skara (GIr.) 1526-03-01. Proved Parliament in Västerås in 1527 (GIr.). Sent to court over the rebellious Västgöta lords 1529-06-00. Lawman in Värmland (GIr.) 1529-08-03 and another 1534. Ånyo in the Palace Act at Älvsborg 1532-10-07. The district governor in Åsa was hired, which district court was granted to another person (GIr.) 1537-01-16. Government council in Västergötland 1540. Was again in the Palace Act at Älvsborg 1543-05-00 (GIr.). Sealed Västerås' inheritance association in 1544. Lived another 1545-08-09, when he sat in the regiment county council held on 1545-08-09 in Ny-Lödöse (Peder Swart's chronicle.). He got through his married farm Forstena, after which the family received his name. Married to Anna Gudmundsdotter, daughter of the county governor in Väne, he married Gudmund Torbjörnsson (rear head), to Forstena, by the older Forstenas family, and Ragnhild Svensdotter (half lily

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Torsten Brunsson (Forstena)



Torsten Brunsson (son av Brun Svensson), till Forstena i Tunhems socken, Älvsborgs län och Häggetorp i Dala socken, Skaraborgs län. Nämnes redan (Eriksbergsarkiv.) 1518-02-21. Beseglade ett Ture Jönssons (tre rosor) gåvobrev (RAP.) 1521-01-13.

Var häradshövding i Skånings härad (Vff I h. 2 s. 58.) 1523-11-14. I slottsloven på Älvsborg (GIr.) 1524-10-07. Kallas väpnare (RAP.) 1525-07-25. Bisittare i konungens nämnd i Skara (GIr.) 1526-03-01. Bevistade riksdagen i Västerås 1527 (GIr.). Satt i rätten över de upproriska Västgötaherrarna 1529-06-00. Lagman i Värmland (GIr.) 1529-08-03 och ännu 1534. Ånyo i slottsloven på Älvsborg 1532-10-07. Häradshövding i Åsa härad, vilken häradsrätt gavs till annan person (GIr.) 1537-01-16. Regementsråd i Västergötland 1540. Var ånyo i slottsloven på Älvsborg 1543-05-00 (GIr.). Beseglade Västerås' arvförening 1544. Levde ännu 1545-08-09, då han satt i det regementslandsting som 1545-08-09 hölls i Ny-Lödöse (Peder Swarts krönika.). Han fick genom sitt gifte gården Forstena, efter vilken släkten erhållit sitt namn. Gift med Anna Gudmundsdotter, dotter av häradshövdingen i Väne härad Gudmund Torbjörnsson (bagghuvud), till Forstena, av den äldre Forstenasläkten, och Ragnhild Svensdotter (halv lilja).

Barn:

  • Göran Torstensson. Fogde.
  • Hans Torstensson.
  • Lennart Torstensson. Knekthövidsman. Död 1564. Se tab 15.
  • Christoffer Torstensson. Slottsbefallningsman.
  • Ragnhild Torstensdotter. Gift med Carl Torbjörnsson på Gunnarstorp i Västra härad.
  • Gyrith Torstensdotter. Gift med väpnaren Bengt Pedersson Svenske (nr 258).
  • Gudmund Torstensson. Död ogift före 1579.

Torsten Brunsson (Forstena-släkten, No 2). Regementsråd i Forstena,

Tunhems fs (Vg).

Herre till Forstena i Tunhems fs och Häggatrop i Dala fs, båda i

Västergötland. Nämnes redan 1518 21/2; beseglade ett av Ture

Jönssons (Tre rosor) gåvobrev 1521 13/1; var häradshövding i

Skånings hd 1523 14/11; slottsloven å Älvsborg 1524 7/10; kallas

väpnare 1525 25/7; bisittare i Konungens nämnd i Skara 1526 1/3;

bevistade riksdagen i Västerås 1527; satt i rätten över de

upproriska Västgötaherrarna i juni 1529; lagman i Värmland samma

år 3/8 och ännu 1534; ånyo slottsloven å Älvsborg 1532 7/10;

häradshövding i Åsa hd, vilken häradsrätt gavs annan person 1537

16/1; regementsråd i Västergötland 1540; slottsloven å Älvsborg

ånyo 1543 i maj; beseglade Västerås arvförening 1544; levde ännu

1545 9/8, då han satt i regementslandsting som nämnda dag hölls i

Ny-Lödöse; erhöll genom gifte gården Forsten i Tunhems fs (Vg),

efter vilken ätten erhållit sitt tillnamn.

Källor: EÄ II, s 805.

Gift med

211 Anna Gudmundsdtr (bagghuvud).


Av Forstena-släkten (nr 2).

Till Forstena i Tunhems socken (Älvsborg) och Häggetorp i Dala socken (Skaraborg).

Häradshövding i Skånings härad 1523. Var i slottsloven på Älvsborg 1524.

Bevistade riksdagen i Västerås 1527.

Satt i rätten över de upproriska Västgötaherrarna i juni 1529.

Lagman i Värmland 1529 och ännu 1534.

Regementsråd i Västergötland 1540.

Levde ännu 1545 9/8.

Han fick genom gifte gården Forstena efter vilken släkten fått sitt namn.


Torsten Brunsson (sparre över blad; (yngre) Forstenasläkten) Till Forstena, Tunhem (P) och Häggetorp, Dala (R). Belagd från 1518 - 1545. (Elgenstierna, Gillingstam 1965)

Häradshövding i Skånings härad 1521, bevistar "reformationsriksdagen" i Västerås 1527, är en av de Västgötaherrar som efter upproret 1529 förlikas med Gustav I, varefter han får sitta i rätten över de som inte förlikts. Övertar lagmansposten i Värmland efter den i samband med denna process avrättade Nils Olsson (Vinge), en post han innehar till 1538. Sitter ett flertal gånger i slottsloven på Älvsborg. (Elgenstierna, Gillingstam 1964-66)

Herre till Forstena i Tunhems fs och Häggatrop i Dala fs, båda i

Västergötland. Nämnes redan 1518 21/2; beseglade ett av Ture

Jönssons (Tre rosor) gåvobrev 1521 13/1; var häradshövding i

Skånings hd 1523 14/11; slottsloven å Älvsborg 1524 7/10; kallas

väpnare 1525 25/7; bisittare i Konungens nämnd i Skara 1526 1/3;

bevistade riksdagen i Västerås 1527; satt i rätten över de

upproriska Västgötaherrarna i juni 1529; lagman i Värmland samma

år 3/8 och ännu 1534; ånyo slottsloven å Älvsborg 1532 7/10;

häradshövding i Åsa hd, vilken häradsrätt gavs annan person 1537

16/1; regementsråd i Västergötland 1540; slottsloven å Älvsborg

ånyo 1543 i maj; beseglade Västerås arvförening 1544; levde ännu

1545 9/8, då han satt i regementslandsting som nämnda dag hölls i

Ny-Lödöse; erhöll genom gifte gården Forsten i Tunhems fs (Vg),

efter vilken ätten erhållit sitt tillnamn.

Källor: EÄ II, s 805.


Torsten Brunsson levde 1545. Nämns först 1518. Beseglade ett Ture Jönssons gåvobrev 1521. Häradshövding i Skånings härad 1523. I slottsloven på Älvsborg 1524. Väpnare 1525. Bisittare i kungens nämnd i Skara 1526. Bevistade riksdagen i Västerås 1527. Satt i rätten över de upproriska Västgötaherrarna i juni 1529. Lagman i Värmland samma år till 1534. I slottsloven på Älvsborg 1532. Häradshövding i Åsa härad, vilken häradsrätt gavs till en annan person 1537. Regementsråd i Västergötland 1540. I slottsloven på Älvsborg 1543. Beseglade Västerås arvförening 1544. Satt 1545 i det regementslandsting som hölls i Ny-Lödöse; fick genom sitt gifte gården Forstena i Västra Tunhem efter vilken släkten fått sitt namn. Ägde även Häggetorp och Dala i Skaraborg. Torsten Brunsson var av adlig ätt nr. 110. Hustrun Anna är nämnd 1546.

Källa: "Den introducerade svenska adelns ättartavlor" av Gustaf Elgenstierna.

Källa: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.


Torsten Brunsson (son av Brun Svensson), till Forstena i Tunhems socken, Älvsborgs län och Häggetorp i Dala socken, Skaraborgs län. Nämnes redan (Eriksbergs arkiv.) 1518-02-21. Beseglade ett Ture Jönssons (tre rosor) gåvobrev (RAP.) 1521-01-13. Var häradshövding i Skånings härad (Vff I h. 2 s. 58.) 1523-11-14. I slottsloven på Älvsborg (GIr.) 1524-10-07. Kallas väpnare (RAP.) 1525-07-25. Bisittare i konungens nämnd i Skara (GIr.) 1526-03-01. Bevistade riksdagen i Västerås 1527 (GIr.). Satt i rätten över de upproriska Västgötaherrarna 1529-06-00. Lagman i Värmland (GIr.) 1529-08-03 och ännu 1534. Ånyo i slottsloven på Älvsborg 1532-10-07. Häradshövding i Åsa härad, vilken häradsrätt gavs till annan person (GIr.) 1537-01-16. Regementsråd i Västergötland 1540. Var ånyo i slottsloven på Älvsborg 1543-05-00 (GIr.). Beseglade Västerås' arvförening 1544. Levde ännu 1545-08-09, då han satt i det regementslandsting som 1545-08-09 hölls i Ny-Lödöse (Peder Swarts krönika.). Han fick genom sitt gifte gården Forstena, efter vilken släkten erhållit sitt namn. Gift med Anna Gudmundsdotter, dotter av häradshövdingen i Väne härad Gudmund Torbjörnsson (Bagghuvud), till Forstena, av den äldre Forstenasläkten, och Ragnhild Svensdotter (halv lilja).

Barn:

Göran Torstensson. Fogde. . Hans Torstensson.

Lennart Torstensson. Knekthövidsman. Död 1564.

Christoffer Torstensson. Slottsbefallningsman.

Ragnhild Torstensdotter. Gift med Carl Torbjörnsson på Gunnarstorp i Västra härad.

Gyrith Torstensdotter. Gift med väpnaren Bengt Pedersson Svenske.

Gudmund Torstensson. Död ogift före 1579.


Torsten Brunsson (son av Brun Svensson), till Forstena i Tunhems socken, Älvsborgs län och Häggetorp i Dala socken, Skaraborgs län. Nämnes redan (Eriksbergs arkiv.) 1518-02-21. Beseglade ett Ture Jönssons (tre rosor) gåvobrev (RAP.) 1521-01-13. Var häradshövding i Skånings härad (Vff I h. 2 s. 58.) 1523-11-14. I slottsloven på Älvsborg (GIr.) 1524-10-07. Kallas väpnare (RAP.) 1525-07-25. Bisittare i konungens nämnd i Skara (GIr.) 1526-03-01. Bevistade riksdagen i Västerås 1527 (GIr.). Satt i rätten över de upproriska Västgötaherrarna 1529-06-00. Lagman i Värmland (GIr.) 1529-08-03 och ännu 1534. Ånyo i slottsloven på Älvsborg 1532-10-07. Häradshövding i Åse härad, vilken häradsrätt gavs till annan person (GIr.) 1537-01-16. Regementsråd i Västergötland 1540. Var ånyo i slottsloven på Älvsborg 1543-05-00 (GIr.). Beseglade Västerås' arvförening 1544. Levde ännu 1545-08-09, då han satt i det regementslandsting som 1545-08-09 hölls i Ny-Lödöse (Peder Swarts krönika.). Han fick genom sitt gifte gården Forstena, efter vilken släkten erhållit sitt namn.

Gift med Anna Gudmundsdotter, dotter av häradshövdingen i Väne härad Gudmund Torbjörnsson (bagghuvud), till Forstena, av den äldre Forstenasläkten, och Ragnhild Svensdotter (halv lilja).

Barn: Göran Torstensson. Fogde. Hans Torstensson. Lennart Torstensson. Knekthövidsman. Död 1564. Se tab 15. Christoffer Torstensson. Slottsbefallningsman. Ragnhild Torstensdotter. Gift med Carl Torbjörnsson på Gunnarstorp i Västra härad. Gyrith Torstensdotter. Gift med väpnaren Bengt Pedersson Svenske (nr 258). Gudmund Torstensson. Död ogift före 1579. Torsten Brunsson (Forstena-släkten, No 2). Regementsråd i Forstena, Tunhems fs (Vg).

Herre till Forstena i Tunhems fs och Häggatrop i Dala fs, båda i Västergötland. Nämnes redan 1518 21/2; beseglade ett av Ture Jönssons (Tre rosor) gåvobrev 1521 13/1; var häradshövding i Skånings hd 1523 14/11; slottsloven å Älvsborg 1524 7/10; kallas väpnare 1525 25/7; bisittare i Konungens nämnd i Skara 1526 1/3; bevistade riksdagen i Västerås 1527; satt i rätten över de upproriska Västgötaherrarna i juni 1529; lagman i Värmland samma år 3/8 och ännu 1534; ånyo slottsloven å Älvsborg 1532 7/10; häradshövding i Åsa hd, vilken häradsrätt gavs annan person 1537 16/1; regementsråd i Västergötland 1540; slottsloven å Älvsborg ånyo 1543 i maj; beseglade Västerås arvförening 1544; levde ännu 1545 9/8, då han satt i regementslandsting som nämnda dag hölls i Ny-Lödöse; erhöll genom gifte gården Forsten i Tunhems fs (Vg), efter vilken ätten erhållit sitt tillnamn.

Källor: EÄ II, s 805.

Torsten Brunsson levde 1545. Nämns först 1518. Beseglade ett Ture Jönssons gåvobrev 1521. Häradshövding i Skånings härad 1523. I slottsloven på Älvsborg 1524. Väpnare 1525. Bisittare i kungens nämnd i Skara 1526. Bevistade riksdagen i Västerås 1527. Satt i rätten över de upproriska Västgötaherrarna i juni 1529. Lagman i Värmland samma år till 1534. I slottsloven på Älvsborg 1532. Häradshövding i Åsa härad, vilken häradsrätt gavs till en annan person 1537. Regementsråd i Västergötland 1540. I slottsloven på Älvsborg 1543. Beseglade Västerås arvförening 1544. Satt 1545 i det regementslandsting som hölls i Ny-Lödöse; fick genom sitt gifte gården Forstena i Västra Tunhem efter vilken släkten fått sitt namn. Ägde även Häggetorp och Dala i Skaraborg. Torsten Brunsson var av adlig ätt nr. 110. Hustrun Anna är nämnd 1546.

Källa: "Den introducerade svenska adelns ättartavlor" av Gustaf Elgenstierna.

Källa: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

Torsten Brunsson (son av Brun Svensson), till Forstena i Tunhems socken, Älvsborgs län och Häggetorp i Dala socken, Skaraborgs län. Nämnes redan (Eriksbergs arkiv.) 1518-02-21. Beseglade ett Ture Jönssons (tre rosor) gåvobrev (RAP.) 1521-01-13. Var häradshövding i Skånings härad (Vff I h. 2 s. 58.) 1523-11-14. I slottsloven på Älvsborg (GIr.) 1524-10-07. Kallas väpnare (RAP.) 1525-07-25. Bisittare i konungens nämnd i Skara (GIr.) 1526-03-01. Bevistade riksdagen i Västerås 1527 (GIr.). Satt i rätten över de upproriska Västgötaherrarna 1529-06-00. Lagman i Värmland (GIr.) 1529-08-03 och ännu 1534. Ånyo i slottsloven på Älvsborg 1532-10-07. Häradshövding i Åse härad, vilken häradsrätt gavs till annan person (GIr.) 1537-01-16. Regementsråd i Västergötland 1540. Var ånyo i slottsloven på Älvsborg 1543-05-00 (GIr.). Beseglade Västerås' arvförening 1544. Levde ännu 1545-08-09, då han satt i det regementslandsting som 1545-08-09 hölls i Ny-Lödöse (Peder Swarts krönika.). Han fick genom sitt gifte gården Forstena, efter vilken släkten erhållit sitt namn. Gift med Anna Gudmundsdotter, dotter av häradshövdingen i Väne härad Gudmund Torbjörnsson (Bagghuvud), till Forstena, av den äldre Forstenasläkten, och Ragnhild Svensdotter (halv lilja).

Barn: Göran Torstensson. Fogde. . Hans Torstensson. Lennart Torstensson. Knekthövidsman. Död 1564. Christoffer Torstensson. Slottsbefallningsman. Ragnhild Torstensdotter. Gift med Carl Torbjörnsson på Gunnarstorp i Västra härad. Gyrith Torstensdotter. Gift med väpnaren Bengt Pedersson Svenske. Gudmund Torstensson. Död ogift före 1579.


GEDCOM Note

Torsten Brunsson (son av Brun Svensson, tab 6), till Forstena i Tunhems socken, Älvsborgs län och Häggetorp i Dala socken, Skaraborgs län. Nämnes redan (Eriksbergs arkiv.) 1518-02-21. Beseglade ett Ture Jönssons (tre rosor) gåvobrev (RAP.) 1521-01-13. Var häradshövding i Skånings härad (Vff I h. 2 s. 58.) 1523-11-14. I slottsloven på Älvsborg (GIr.) 1524-10-07. Kallas väpnare (RAP.) 1525-07-25. Bisittare i konungens nämnd i Skara (GIr.) 1526-03-01. Bevistade riksdagen i Västerås 1527 (GIr.). Satt i rätten över de upproriska Västgötaherrarna 1529-06-00. Lagman i Värmland (GIr.) 1529-08-03 och ännu 1534. Ånyo i slottsloven på Älvsborg 1532-10-07. Häradshövding i Åsa härad, vilken häradsrätt gavs till annan person (GIr.) 1537-01-16. Regementsråd i Västergötland 1540. Var ånyo i slottsloven på Älvsborg 1543-05-00 (GIr.). Beseglade Västerås' arvförening 1544. Levde ännu 1545-08-09, då han satt i det regementslandsting som 1545-08-09 hölls i Ny-Lödöse (Peder Swarts krönika.). Han fick genom sitt gifte gården Forstena, efter vilken släkten erhållit sitt namn. Gift med Anna Gudmundsdotter, dotter av häradshövdingen i Väne härad Gudmund Torbjörnsson (bagghuvud), till Forstena, av den äldre Forstenasläkten, och Ragnhild Svensdotter (halv lilja

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