Erik Segeräll King of Sweden
(-Abt 0994)
Sigrid Storå
Olaf Skotkonung King of Sweden
(Cir 0960-Cir 1020)
Estred of the Obotrites
Ingigerd Óláfsdottir Princess of Sweden
(Abt 1001-1050)


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Yaroslav I "the Wise" Prince Duke of Kiev

Ingigerd Óláfsdottir Princess of Sweden

  • Born: Abt 1001, Uppsala, Sweden
  • Marriage: Yaroslav I "the Wise" Prince Duke of Kiev in 1019 in Kiev, Ukraine 160
  • Died: 10 Feb 1050, Kiev, Ukraine about age 49

bullet   Another name for Ingigerd was Ingegarde of Sweden.

bullet  General Notes:

~ Weis's Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th Edition, 53:22, 241:5,242:5, 244:6, Iaroslav, son of St. Vladimir by Rogneda, married second Ingigerd, daughter of Olov II Skotkonung, King of Sweden. Olov II was the son of Erik Segeräll, King of Sweden and Sigrid Storå, daughter of Skoglar-Tosti.

Father with Ingigerd of Anna of Kiev, wife of Henry I, King of France. Iaroslav and Ingigerd were also parents of Vsevold I, Grand Prince of Kiev who married María Monomacha, daughter of Constantine Monomachos, Byzantine Emperor; and Anastasia (Agmunda) who married Vasul, pagan Magyar Prince.

~Weis' Ancestral Roots . . ., 8th Edition, 1:20, Edward, "the Atheling," called the "Exile," married Agatha, probably the daughter of Iaroslav I, Grand Prince of Kiev, by his wife Ingigerd of Sweden. They were the parents of St. Margaret of Scotland who was the second wife of Malcolm III Canmore, King of Scots. 160

bullet  Noted events in her life were:

• Web Reference: Charles Cawley's Medieval Lands, Ingigerd Óláfsdottir.
Snorre names "the king's daughter Ingegerd" when recording that she was used as intermediary to effect a reconciliation between her father and Olav Haraldson King of Norway, and that her marriage to the Norwegian king was proposed [Snorre, Saga of Olaf Haraldson Part II, 71]. Adam of Bremen names "filius Iacobus et filia Ingrad" as the children of "Olaph rex Sueonum" and his wife Estred, specifying that Ingrad married "rex sanctus Gerzlef de Ruzzia" [Adami, Gesta Hammenburgensis Ecclesiæ Pontificum II.37, MGH SS VII, p. 319]. Morkinskinna names "Queen Ingigerdr the daughter of King Óláfr the Swede" as wife of "King Yaroslav (of) Russia"[Morkinskinna, 1, p. 89].

Ingigerd married Yaroslav I "the Wise" Prince Duke of Kiev, son of Vladimir Grand Prince of Kiev and Ragnheid of Poland, in 1019 in Kiev, Ukraine.160 (Yaroslav I "the Wise" Prince Duke of Kiev was born in 980 in Kiev, Ukraine, died on 20 Feb 1054 in Kiev, Ukraine, Russia and was buried in St. Sophia Cathedral.)


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