John Trowbridge
Born: July 25, 1570, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Died: July 25, 1649, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Parents: Thomas Trowbridge & Joan Lawrence Hutchins
Occupation: mercer (wool merchant)
First Marriage: July 31, 1597, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
First Wife: Agnes Prowse
(See below how her family links the Trowbridges to Holy Roman Emperor and first king of France, Charlemagne.)
Born: Apr. 14, 1576, Tiverton, Devon, England
Died: June 6, 1622, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Second Marriage: Mar. 11, 1623, Tiverton, Somersetshire, England
Second Wife: Alice Read
Born: About 1574,& Tiverton, Somerset, England
Died: Aug. 25, 1653, Taunton, Somerset, England
First Marriage (Alice Read): unknown, England
First Husband (Alice Read): Mr. Read (first name unknown)
Born: unknown, England
Died: unknown, England

Children:

(John Trowbridge and Agnes Prowse)


Thomas Trowbridge

Elizabeth Trowbridge

Born: About 1598-99, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Died: Feb., 1672-73, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Baptism: Feb. 8, 1598-99, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Marriage: June 2, 1616, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Husband: John Hurley
Born: 1596, England
Died: unknown, England

John Trowbridge
Born: about 1601, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Died: about Dec., 1630, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Baptism: May 31,1601, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Occupation: woolendraper
Marriage: About 1628, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Wife: Judith Rose
Born: about 1603, England
Died: unknown, England

Prudence Trowbridge
Born: about 1604-05, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Died: unknown
Baptism: Feb. 3, 1604-05, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Marriage: July 1, 1621, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Husband: William Mace
Born: about 1600, England
Died: unknown, England

Agnes Trowbridge
Born: 1604-05, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Died: Nov. 14, 1637, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Baptism: Feb. 10, 1604-05, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
First Marriage: Dec. 13, 1629, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
First Husband: Charles Wither
Born: about 1602, England
Died: unknown, England
Second Marriage: unknown, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Second Husband: Robert Moggridge
Born: unknown, England
Died: unknown, England

William Trowbridge
Born: Mar., 1607-08, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Died: Mar., 1616, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Baptism: Mar. 22, 1607-08, Taunton, Somersetshire, England

James Trowbridge
Born: Nov. or Dec., 1609, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Died: Oct., 1638, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Baptism: Dec. 3, 1609, Taunton, Somersetshire, England

Joan Trowbridge
Born: 1612, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Died: Oct.,1616, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Baptism: May 21, 1612, Taunton, Somersetshire, England

Tacy Trowbridge
Born: 1615, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Died: unknown, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Baptism: May 7, 1615, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Marriage: Jan. 1, 1637-38, Taunton, Somersetshire, England
Husband: Aldred Seaman
Born: about 1613, England
Died: unknown, England
 

ABSTRACTED DETAILS OF THE WILL OF JOHN TROWBRIDGE
The will of John Trowbridge of Taunton, woolendraper, published by word of mouth on 1 July 1649 in the presence of George Serle, esq., Thomas Trowbridge his son, and John Trowbridge his grandchild. He left his eldest son Thomas Trowbridge his messuage and tenement near Barthpoole Bridge in the parish of West Munckton, occupied by Henry Beale, to hold to Thomas for the remainder of his term therein after the deaths of the testator and Alice his wife. To his son Thomas his land in Stogursey, viz. certain tenements from which the testator received high rent. All his goods and chattels he left to his son Thomas whom he made sole executor. The will was proved on 25 Feb 1649/50.The will of John Trowbridge is found atthe Public Record Office in London, the complete text can be found under ref. P.C.C. 32 Pembroke, Prob. 11/211.

EXTRACTS FROM QUARTER SESSIONS RECORDS PERTAINING TO
JOHN TROWBRIDGE, THE FATHER OF THOMAS TROWBRIDGE
"June 25, 1611. The justices ordered money to be collected for the relief and maintenance of the towns of Dunster and Minehead latelie infected with the pestilence (the plague), and the same to bring unto Taunton unto Mr. John Trowbridge his house there on Saterdaie the 13th of Julynext, and to paie yt unto the Constables of the hundred of Carhampton."

"1625, John Trowbridge of Taunton, gent., to be paid 10 pounds 0s, 5d, towards the reparations of the house of correction in Taunton.""July 19, 1625. For preventinge the greate danger of infeccon of the plague in and about the towne of Taunton, Mr. John Trowbridge agreed to the erection of booths and tents to quarantine people coming from London or other infected places in a four acre field called Tunwayes at Bathpool in West Monkton, belonging to the said John Trowbridge."


TROWBRIDGE ANCESTRY TO CHARLEMAGNE AND CAROLINGIAN FAMILY
(From the webpage of Arthur Dugan Steel)

Bold Italics are used to indicate surname changes due to following the female side of a family and also to indicate relationship where the lack of a surname is confusing (before1000 A.D.).

Starting with the first Trowbridge to come to America.

Thomas Trowbridge b. 1598 - d. 7 Feb 1672 and Elizabeth Marshall b. 24 Mar 1602 - d. abt 1639

John Trowbridge b.1570 - d. 5 Jul 1649 and Agnes Prowse b. 1575 - d. bef 6 Jun 1622.

Agnes Prowse was the daughter of:

John Prowse II b. 1539 - d. 11 Sep 1598 and Elizabeth Colwick b. bef 1546 d. aft 1576.

John Prowse b. bef 1504 and Alice White b. bef 1520 - d. 13 Aug 1583

Robert Prowse b. abt. 1475 and Christian “Unknown” b. Unknown - d. 1516

John Prowse, Lord of Chagford b. 1436 - d. 1526 and Joan Orchard b. abt 1438 - d. 1480

Richard Prowse b. 1407 and Margaret Norton b. bef 1440 - d. Unknown 

John Prowse b. abt 1377 - d. aft 1447 and Agnes Bamfield b. bet 1377 & 1386 - d. aft 1435

Agnes Bamfield was the daughter of:

Thomas Bamfield b. bef 1345 - d. aft 1392 and Agnes Coplestone  b. Unknown - d. aft 1386

John Bamfield III b. Unknown - d. 1362 and Joan Gilbert b. Unknown - d. aft 1345
John was of Poltimore and, later, Huxham, seen 1361 on presenting the priest, but d. by1362. He married Joan, dau. of Geoffrey, sister
of William Gilbert,  ancestors of the Elizabethan colonial explorers to N. America,Sir Humphrey and Raleigh Gilbert. Geoffrey founded
Compton Castle, Marldon, Devon (The National Trust).

John Bamfield II b. abt 1300 - d. aft 1337 and Isabel Cobham b. Unknown - d. Unknown

John Bamfield b. Unknown - d. aft 1300 and Eleanor Beauchamp b. abt 1275 - d. aft 1300

Eleanor Beauchamp was the daughter of:

Sir Humphrey de Beauchamp b. bef 1253 - d. 1317 and Sybil Oliver b. Unknown - d. aft 1306

Robert IV de Beauchamp, Lord of Hatch b. Unknown - d. abt 1265 and Alice de Mohun b. abt 1230 - d. 1284

Alice de Mohun was the daughter of:

Reynold de Mohun, Lord of Dunster b. abt 1206 - d. 20 Jan 1257 and Hawise fitz Geoffrey b. Unknown - d. 1243


Hawise fitz Geoffrey was the daughter of:

Geoffrey fitz Piers, Earl of Essex b. 1264 - d. 14 Oct 1213 and Aveline de Clare b. abt 1172 - d. bef 4 Jun 1225


Aveline de Clare was the daughter of:

Roger de Clare, Earl Of Clare or Hertford b. 1116 - d. 1173 and Maud St. Hillary b. 1132 - d. 24 Dec 1193 

Richard fitz Gilbert, Lord of Clare b. Unknown - d. 1136 and Adeliz (Alice) le Meschin of Chester 

Gilbert fitz Richard, Lord of Clare & Lord of Cardigan b. 1065 - d. 1114 and Adeliza de Clermont b. abt 1074 - d. aft 1130


Adeliza de Clermont was the daughter of:

Hugh de Creil b. Unknown - d. 1101 and Marguerite de Roucy b. Unknown - d. aft 1080

Marguerite de Roucy was the daughter of:

Hildouin III, Count of Montdidier and Roucy and Alice de Roucy b. abt 1014 - d. 1062

Alice de Roucy was the daughter of:

Ebles I, Count of Roucy and Rheims b. abt 988 - d. 11 May 1033 and Beatrix de Hainault b. 992 - d. aft 1015

Beatrix de Hainault was the daughter of:

Regnier IV, Count of Hainault and Hedwig of France b. abt 972 - d. aft 1013


Hedwig of France was the daughter of:

Hugh Capet, King of France b. abt 939 - d. 24 Oct 996 and Adelaide of Poitou b. 945 -0 d. abt 1004

Hugh Magnus, Duke of France b. abt 895 - d. 16 June 956 in Deurdan and Hedwiga of Germany b. abt 915 - d. 14 May 956 

Robert I, King of the West Franks b. 856 - d. 15 June 923 in Soissons and Beatrix de Vermandois b. Unknown, d. 931


Beatrix de Vermandois was the daughter of:

Herbert I, Count of Vermandois b. abt 840 - d. abt 902 and Bertha de Morvois b. Unknown - d. Unknown

Pepin, Count of Senlis b. abt 815 - d. aft 840 and Unknown

Bernard, King of Italy b. 797 - d. 17 Apr 818 in Milan, Italy and Cunigunde b. Unknown - d. 835

Pepin, King of Italy b. 773 - d. 8 July 810 in Milan, Italy and Unknown.

Charlemagne, Holy Roman Emperor, b. 747, m. 77 - d. 814 and Hildegarde b. 758 - d. 30 Apr 783
Charlemagne (Charles the Great) was King of France from 768 to 814. Crowned  HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR 25 December 800. He was one of the great men of history.

Pepin the Short, Mayor of the Palace of the Merovingian Kings of Austrasia, later Pepin I, King of Austrasia, finally of all of the Franks, b. 714, Austrasia, France - d. Sep 24, 768, St Denis, Paris, Seine, France and Queen Bertrada of the Franks, Countess of Lyons, b. about 720, Laon, Aisne, France, d. Jul 12, 783, Choisy, Haute-Savoie, France.
Deposing the last Merovingian king of Austrasia, he became the first Carolingian king of Austrasia, then reunited the Franks for the first time since King Clovis I in 473.

Mayor Charles Martel, Mayor of the Palace for the Merovingian kings of Austrasia, b. 676, Heristal, Liege, Belgium - d. Oct 22, 741, Quierzy, Aisne, France.
Charles became known as as "Charles the Hammer" because of his victory over the Saracens at the battle of Tours and Poitiers, in southern France, one of the most important battles in western European history. It is because of him that western Europe was saved from the expansion of the Muslims under the Ummayeds .
:
Mayor Pepin Carolingian of Heristal, Mayor of the Palace for the Merovingian kings of Austrasia, b. abt 635, Heristal, Leiege, Belgium, d. Dec. 16, 714 and his mistress Alpaide, b. about 654, Heristal, Liege, Belgium - d. Orplegrandmonast, Brabant, Vosges, France..

Mayor Ansigise or Anchises Carolingian, Mayor of the Palace for the Merovingian kings of Austrasia, b. abt 605, Austrasia, France, d. 678, Andene Monastery, France and Doda (St. Beggu) of Austrasia, b. about 613, Landen, Liege, Belgium - d. 698, France.

Doda (St. Beggu) of Austrasia was the daughter of:

Mayor Pepin de Landen, Mayor of the Palace for the Merovingian kings of Austrasia, b. abt 591, Landen, Austrasia, France - d. 639, France and his wife, Itte or Itta, b. abt 597, Landen, Austrasia, France - d. 652, France.

Mayor Carloman of Austrasia, first Carolingian Mayor of the Palace for the Merovingian kings of Austrasia, b. about 550, Larden, Liege, Belgium, d. 645, unknown. and wife, name unknown, b. about 568, Belgium.

Trowbridge Ancestry to Alfred the Great

Bold Italics are used to indicate surname changes due to following the female side of a family and also to indicate relationship 
where the lack of a surname is confusing (before 1000 A.D.).

Starting with the first Trowbridge to come to America.
Thomas Trowbridge b. 1598 - d. 7 Feb 1672
and Elizabeth Marshall b. 24 Mar 1602 - d. abt 1639
John Trowbridge b.1570 - d. 5 Jul 1649
and Agnes Prowse b. 1575 - d. bef 6 Jun 1622.

Agnes Prowse was the daughter of:

John Prowse II b. 1539 - d. 11 Sep 1598
and Elizabeth Colwick b. bef 1546 d. aft 1576.

John Prowse b. bef 1504
and Alice White b. bef 1520 - d. 13 Aug 1583
Robert Prowse b. abt. 1475
and Christian "Unknown" b. Unknown - d. 1516

John Prowse, Lord of Chagford b. 1436 - d. 1526
and Joan Orchard b. abt 1438 - d. 1480

Richard Prowse b. 1407
and Margaret Norton b. bef 1440 - d. Unknown
John Prowse b. abt 1377 - d. aft 1447
and Agnes Bamfield b. bet 1377 & 1386 - d. aft 1435

Agnes Bamfield was the daughter of:

 Thomas Bamfield b. bef 1345 - d. aft 1392
and Agnes Coplestone b. Unknown - d. aft 1386

John Bamfield III b. Unknown - d. 1362
and Joan Gilbert b. Unknown - d. aft 1345
John was of Poltimore and, later, Huxham, seen 1361 on presenting the priest, but d. by1362. He married Joan,
dau. of Geoffrey, sister of William Gilbert, ancestors of the Elizabethancolonial explorers to N. America, Sir Humphrey and Raleigh Gilbert. Geoffrey
founded Compton Castle, Marldon, Devon (The National Trust).

John Bamfield II b. abt 1300 - d. aft 1337
and Isabel Cobham b. Unknown - d. Unknown
John Bamfield b. Unknown - d. aft 1300
and Eleanor Beauchamp b. abt 1275 - d. aft 1300

Eleanor Beauchamp was the daughter of:
 
Sir Humphrey de Beauchamp b. bef 1253 - d. 1317
and Sybil Oliver b. Unknown - d. aft 1306

Robert IV de Beauchamp, Lord of Hatch b. Unknown - d. abt 1265
and Alice de Mohun b. abt 1230 - d. 1284

Alice de Mohun was the daughter of:

Reynold de Mohun, Lord of Dunster b. abt 1206 - d. 20 Jan 1257
and Hawise fitz Geoffrey b. Unknown - d. 1243
Reynold de Mohun, Baron of Dunster, Somerset b. bef 1190 - d. 1213
and Alice de Briwere b. Unknown - d. aft 1233
William de Mohun, Baron of Dunster, Somerset b. bef 1170 - d. Oct. 1193and Lucy b. Unknown - d. Unknown
William de Mohun, Baron of Dunster, Somerset b. bef 1142 - d. 1176
and Godeheut de Toeni b. Unknown - d. 1186

Godeheut de Toeni was the daughter of:
 
Roger III de Toeni, Lord of Flamstead, Hertford b. abt 1104 - d. bet 1157 & 1162 and Ida de Hainaut b. ? - d. aft 1150
Ida de Hainaut was the daughter of:
Baldwin III, Count of Hainault b. Unknown - d. 1120
and Yolande of Guelders b. Unknown - d. bef 1150
Baldwin II, Count of Hainault b. Unknown - d. 1099
and Ida of Louvain b. Unknown - d. 1139

Baldwin VI de Mons, Count of Flanders b. abt 1030 - d. 10 July 1070
and Richilde b. Unknown - d. 15 March 1088
Baldwin V de Lille, Count of Flanders b. 1012 - d. 1 Sep 1067 in Lille.
and Adele de France b. Unknown - d. 8 Jan 1079 in Messines
Baldwin IV, Count of Valenciennes b. 980 - d. 30 May 1036
and Ogive of Luxembourg b. abt 995 - d. 21 Feb 1030
Arnold II, Count of Flanders b. abt 961 - d. 30 Mar 987
and Rosela (or Susanna) b. abt 952 - d. 26 Jan 1003

Baldwin III, Count of Flanders b. Unknown - d. 961/62
and Matilda Billung of Saxony b. Unknown - d. 25 May 1008
Arnold I, Count of Flanders and Artois b. abt 890 - d. 27 Mar 964
and Alix de Vermandois b. Unknown - d. 960 in Bruges

Baldwin II, Count of Flanders and Artois b. abt 865 - d. 2 Jan 918
and Aelfthryth b. ?, m. 884, d. 7 Jun 929

Aelfthryth was the daughter of:

Alfred the Great, King of England b. 849, m. 868, d. 899
and Ealhswith b. Unknown - d. abt 905
Alfred was one of the greatest men in history. He was crowned king at Winchester, 871; founded the British Navy, organized the militia, compiled a code of laws, built schoolsand monasteries, and invited scholars to live at his court. He was a good scholar andtranslated many books. (ASC 853, 871, 891, 894, 897, 90 1; DNB 1: 153-162; Asser, Life ofAlfred). From Alfred it is easy to continue an ancestry trace back to Cerdic, King of the West Saxons.

CERDIC was a Saxon earldorman who founded a settlement on the coast of Hampshire, England in 495. He assumed the title of "King of the West Saxons" in 519,and became the ancestor of the English royal line.


TROWBRIDGE VIKING ANCESTRY AND THE NORMANS
The Trowbridge lineage has deep Scandinavian roots starting with the daughter of “Rollo the Viking”. Rollo, banished from Norway, invaded France in 886 and was awarded the Duchy of Normandy by King Charles III (the Simple) of France in 911. The line goes back to Njord of Nortun, King of the Swedes, born 214? AD.

Bold names are used to help indicate the primary lineage person. Sometimes the lineageveers off to the mother’s ancestry. Before year 1000 AD there was not always a surnameinvolved and in the case of Nordic descendents the Surname was a –son or –dottirmodification of the fathers given name. The son of Ivar Neilsson would be named ErikIvarsson and his daughter would be named Sonja Ivarsdottir, with the “surname”changing every generation. There are extra words to guide you through the confusing Nordic names.

Starting with the first Trowbridge to come to America.

Thomas Trowbridge b. 1598 – d. 7 Feb 1672
and Elizabeth Marshall b. 24 Mar 1602 – d. abt 1639

John Trowbridge b.1570 – d. 5 Jul 1649
and Agnes Prowse b. 1575 – d. bef 6 Jun 1622.

Agnes Prowse was the daughter of:

John Prowse II b. 1539 – d. 11 Sep 1598
and Elizabeth Colwick b. bef 1546 d. aft 1576.

John Prowse b. bef 1504
and Alice White b. bef 1520 – d. 13 Aug 1583

Robert Prowse b. abt. 1475
and Christian “Unknown” b. Unknown – d. 1516

John Prowse, Lord of Chagford b. 1436 – d. 1526
and Joan Orchard b. abt 1438 – d. 1480

Richard Prowse b. 1407
and Margaret Norton b. bef 1440 – d. Unknown

John Prowse b. abt 1377 – d. aft 1447
and Agnes Bamfield b. bet 1377 & 1386 – d. aft 1435
Agnes Bamfield was the daughter of:

Thomas Bamfield b. bef 1345 – d. aft 1392
and Agnes Coplestone b. Unknown – d. aft 1386
John Bamfield III b. Unknown - d. 1362
and Joan Gilbert b. Unknown – d. aft 1345

John was of Poltimore and, later, Huxham, seen 1361 on presenting the priest, but d. by 1362. He married Joan, dau. of Geoffrey, sister of William Gilbert, ancestors of the Elizabethan colonial explorers to N. America, Sir Humphrey and Raleigh Gilbert. Geoffrey founded Compton Castle, Marldon, Devon (The National Trust).

John Bamfield II b. abt 1300 – d. aft 1337
and Isabel Cobham b. Unknown – d. Unknown

John Bamfield b. Unknown – d. aft 1300
and Eleanor Beauchamp b. abt 1275 – d. aft 1300

Eleanor Beauchamp was the daughter of:

Sir Humphrey de Beauchamp b. bef 1253 – d. 1317
and Sybil Oliver b. Unknown – d. aft 1306

Robert IV de Beauchamp, Lord of Hatch b. Unknown – d. abt 1265
and Alice de Mohun b. abt 1230 – d. 1284

Alice de Mohun was the daughter of:

Reynold de Mohun, Lord of Dunster b. abt 1206 – d. 20 Jan 1257
and Hawise fitz Geoffrey b. Unknown – d. 1243

Hawise fitz Geoffrey was the daughter of:

Geoffrey fitz Piers, Earl of Essex b. 1264 – d. 14 Oct 1213
and Aveline de Clare b. abt 1172 – d. bef 4 Jun 1225

Aveline de Clare was the daughter of:

Roger de Clare, Earl Of Clare or Hertford b. 1116 – d. 1173
and Maud St. Hillary b. 1132 – d. 24 Dec 1193

Richard fitz Gilbert, Lord of Clare b. Unknown - d. 1136
and Adeliz (Alice) le Meschin of Chester

Gilbert fitz Richard, Lord of Clare & Lord of Cardigan b. 1065 – d. 1114
and Adeliza de Clermont b. abt 1074 – d. aft 1130

Adeliza de Clermont was the daughter of:

Hugh de Creil b. Unknown – d. 1101
and Marguerite de Roucy b. Unknown – d. aft 1080

Marguerite de Roucy was the daughter of:
Hildouin III, Count of Montdidier and Roucy
and Alice de Roucy b. abt 1014 – d. 1062
Alice de Roucy was the daughter of:

Ebles I, Count of Roucy and Rheims b. abt 988 – d. 11 May 1033

and Beatrix de Hainault b. 992 – d. aft 1015
Beatrix de Hainault was the daughter of:

Regnier IV, Count of Hainault and Hedwig of France b. abt 972 – d. aft 1013

Hedwig of France was the daughter of:

Hugh Capet, King of France b. abt 939 – d. 24 Oct 996
and Adelaide of Poitou b. 945 –0 d. abt 1004

Adelaide of Poitou was the daughter of:

William I, Count of Poitou, b. abt 900 in Portiers, France – d. 3 March 962
and Gerloc (Adele) b. ?, m. 935, d. 962
Gerloc (Adele) was the daughter of:

Rollo (Hrolf Rollon Rou Robert) “the Dane” Ragnvaldsson, Duke of Normandy, b. bef 860, m. 869, d. 927 aka Granger Rolf of Norway and Poppa Berenger b. 872? – d. Unknown

Rollo `the Dane' Ragnvaldsson was the son of:

Ragnvald Eysteinsson “The Wise”, Jarl of More & Orkney, b. 837? – d. abt 892
and Ragnhild (Hildr) Hrolfsdottir), b. 848? – d. 892+

Ragnvald Eysteinsson was the son of:
Eystein Glumra Ivarsson, Jarl of More, b. 830 – d. Unknown
and Aseda (Aserida) Ragnvaldsdottir b. 815? – d. Unknown

Eystein Glumra Ivarsson was the son of:
Ivar Oplaendinge, Jarl of the Uplands, b. 783? – d. Unknown
and Eysteinsdottir (?) of Throndheim b. Unknown – d. Unknown
Ivar Oplaendinge was the son of:
Halfdan II Midi “the Old” Eysteinsson, b. 762? – d. 800?
and Hlif Dagsdottir b. 767? – d. Unknown

Halfdan II Midi “the Old” Eysteinsson was the son of:
Eystein of Westfold Halfdanarsson b. 736? – d. 780?
and Hild (Hildur) Eiriksdottir b. ? – d. ?

Eystein of Westfold Halfdanarsson was the son of:
Halfdan Hvitbeinn `White Leg' Olafsson, King of the Uplanders, b. 704? – d. ?
and Asa Eysteinsdottir, b. 715? – d. ?
Halfdan Hvitbeinn `White Leg' Olafsson was the son of:
Olafr Tretelgju `Tree-hewer' Ingjaldsson, King of Vermaland, b. 682? – d. 710?(sacrificed)
and Solveig Halfdansdottir b. 684? – d. ?
Olafr Tretelgju INGJALDSSON was the son of:
Ingjaldr `Ill-Ruler' Braut-Onundson, King of Uppsala, b. 660? – d. ? (driven out by subjects)
and Gauthild Algoutsdottir b. 664? – d. ?

Ingjaldr `Ill-Ruler' Braut-Onundson was the son of:
Braut-Onundr Ingvarsson, King of Uppsala, b. 637? – d. ?
and Algaut Gutreksson (?) b. 639? – d. ?

Braut-Onundr Ingvarsson, King of Uppsala was the son of:
Ingvar (Yngvarr) Eysteinsson, King of Uppsala of Sweden b. 616? – d. ? & Unknown

Ingvar (Yngvarr) Eysteinsson, King of Uppsala of Sweden was the son of:
Eystein Adilsson of Sweden b. 594? – d. ? & Unknown

Eystein Adilsson was the son of:
Adils (Adeils) `the Great' Ottarsson of Sweden b. 572? – d. ? & Unknown

Adils (Adeils) `the Great' Ottarsson of Sweden was the son of:
Ottar (Vendilkraku) Egilsson b. 551? – d. ? & Unknown

Ottar (Vendilkraku) Egilsson was the son of:
Egill Aunnsson; King of Swedes in Uppsala b. 530 – d. ? & Unknown

Egill Aunnsson; King of Swedes in Uppsala was the son of:
Aun (Gamli; `the Aged') Jorundsson, King of Uppsala, b. Sweden 509? – d. ? & Unknown

Aun (Gamli; `the Aged') Jorundsson, King of Uppsala was the son of:
Jorundr Yngvasson (Yngvesson), King of Uppsala, b. Sweden 487? – d. ? & Unknown

Jorundr Yngvasson (Yngvesson), King of Uppsala was the son of:
Yngvi (Yngve) Alreksson, King of Uppsala, b. Sweden 466? – d. ?  & Unknown

Yngvi (Yngve) Alreksson, King of Uppsala was the son of:
Alrekr Agnasson (Agnesson), King of Uppsala, b. Sweden 445? – d. ?
and Dagreidr Dagsdottir b. 445? – d. ?
Alrekr Agnasson (Agnesson), King of Uppsala was the son of:
Agni Dagsson, King of Uppsala, b. Sweden 424? – d. ?
and Skjalf Frostasdottir b. 428? – d. ?

Agni Dagsson, King of Uppsala was the son of:
Dagr Spaka Dyggvasson (Dygvesson), King of Uppsala, b. Sweden 403? – d. ? and Unknown

Dagr Spaka Dyggvasson (Dygvesson), King of Uppsala was the son of:
Dyggvi Domarsson, b. Sweden 382? – d. ? & Unknown

Dyggvi Domarsson was the son of:
Domar Domaldsson, b. Sweden 361? – d. ?
and Drott Danpsdottir b. 365? – d. ?

Domar Domaldsson was the son of:
Domaldi Visbursson b. Uppsala 340? – d. ? & Unknown
Domaldi Visbursson was the son of:
Visbur (Visburr) Vanlandasson b. Uppsala 319? – d. ?
and (Miss) Authisdottir b. ? – d. ?

Visbur (Visburr) Vanlandasson was the son of:
Vanlandi Svegdasson (Svegdirsson), King of Uppsala, b. Uppsala 298? – d. ?
and Driva Snaersdottir (aka Drifa Snjasdottir)Princess of Finland b. 302? – d. ?

Driva Snaersdottir was the daughter of:
Snaer (King) of Finland (aka Snja `the Old'), b. 275? - d. ?

Vanlandi Svegdasson (Svegdirsson), King of Uppsala was the son of:
Svegdi Fjolnarsson (aka Svegdir Fjolnirsson), King of Uppsala, b. Uppsala 277? – d. ? 
and Vana of Vanheim. b. ? – d. ?

Svegdi Fjolnarsson was the son of:
Fjolnar (Fjolnir) Yngvi-Freysson, King of Uppsala, b. Uppsala 256? – d. ? Denmark and Unknown

Fjolnar (Fjolnir) Yngvi-Freysson, King of Uppsala was the son of:
Yngvi-Frey of Uppsala, King of the Swedes, b. 235? d. ?
and Gerd Gymersdottir b. 239? – d. ?

Yngvi-Frey of Uppsala, King of the Swedes was the son of:
Njord `the Rich' of Nortun (of Vanaland), King of the Swedes, b. 214? – d. ? and the sister of Njord of Nortun, Queen of the Swedes, b. ? – d. ?
Njord `the Rich' of Nortun (of Vanaland), King of the Swedes, was the son of:
father of Njord of Nortun, b. by 200 d. ? and Unknown

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