Groa Thorsteinsdatter, b. ca. 877 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland

Father: Thorstein "The Red" Olafsson, b. ca. 858 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland, d. ca. 891 in Caithness, Scotland
Mother: Thurid (Thorinn) Eyvindsdatter, b. ca. 847 in Amle, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway

Spouse: Earl Duncan of Caithness, b. ca. 871 in Caithness, Scotland

Married ca. 893 in Orkney Isles, Scotland.

Children:

  1. Grelod Duncansdatter, b. ca. 894 in Caithness, Scotland, m. Thorfinn I "Hausakljufer" Einarsson, Earl of Orkney, ca. 914 in Orkney Isles, Scotland

Thorstein "The Red" Olafsson, b. ca. 858 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland, d. ca. 891 in Caithness, Scotland

Father: Olaf "The White" Ingjaldsson, King of Dublin, b. ca. 835 in Dyflinni, Ireland, d. ca. 871 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland
Mother: Aud "The Deep Minded" Ketilsdatter, b. ca. 840 in Raumsdal, Telemark, Norway, d. 920 in Hvamm, Dalir, Iceland
Thorstein and Thurid may have had another daughter named Olof; the Gate-Beards, nobles of the Faroe Isles, are said to be descended from her.

Thorstein partnered with Sigurd "the Mighty", Earl of Orkney, and conquered half of Scotland. They subdued Caithness and Sutherland as far as Ekkjalsbakke. After Sigurd died Thorstein made peace with the Scots, but they later betrayed and killed him.

Spouse: Thurid (Thorinn) Eyvindsdatter, b. ca. 847 in Amle, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway

Father: Eyvind "Austmann (the Easterling)" Bjarnasson, b. ca. 830
Mother: Rafertach MacCearbhall, b. ca. 830
Married ca. 868 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland.

Children:

  1. Olaf "Feilan" Thorsteinsson, b. ca. 874 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland, m. Alfdis, 920
  2. Thorhild Thorsteinsdottir, b. ca. 876 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland
  3. Groa Thorsteinsdatter, b. ca. 877 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland, m. Earl Duncan of Caithness, ca. 893 in Orkney Isles, Scotland
  4. Osk Thorsteinsdottir, b. ca. 878 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland
  5. Vigdis Thorsteinsdottir, b. ca. 882 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland
  6. Thorgerd Thorsteinsdottir, b. ca. 883 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland, m. Dala-Kollur, 896 in Hvamm, Dalir, Iceland, m. Herjolf, ca. 915 in Norway

Olaf "The White" Ingjaldsson, King of Dublin, b. ca. 835 in Dyflinni, Ireland, d. ca. 871 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland

Father: Ingjald "The White" Helgasson, King of Dublin, b. ca. 825 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland
After becoming king in Dublin, Olaf put aside his wife, Aud, in favor of an Irish princess.

Spouse: Aud "The Deep Minded" Ketilsdatter, b. ca. 840 in Raumsdal, Telemark, Norway, d. 920 in Hvamm, Dalir, Iceland

Father: Ketill "Flatnose" Bjornsson, d. ca. 883 in Hebrides, Scotland
Mother: Ingveld Ketilsdatter
She was a wise and greatly admired woman who inspired such loyalty that many men left their noble positions in Scotland to leave with her after the death of her son. She owned much land and aquired great wealth at her new home in Iceland. She gave lots of land to the men who went with her. She also freed those who were indentured to her. Another nickname for her was "the wealthy".
Married ca. 855.

Children:

  1. Thorstein "The Red" Olafsson, b. ca. 858 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland, m. Thurid (Thorinn) Eyvindsdatter, ca. 868 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland, d. ca. 891 in Caithness, Scotland
  2. Jocunda Oalfsdatter, b. ca. 859 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland, d. in Ekkjalsbakke, Dornoch, Scotland

Ingjald "The White" Helgasson, King of Dublin, b. ca. 825 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland

Father: Helgi Olafsson, b. ca. 802 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland
Mother: Thora Sigurdsdatter, b. in Jutland, Denmark
Some sources say he was the son of Frodi the Valiant.

Children:

  1. Olaf "The White" Ingjaldsson, King of Dublin, b. ca. 835 in Dyflinni, Ireland, m. Aud "The Deep Minded" Ketilsdatter, ca. 855, d. ca. 871 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland
  2. Hrolf Ingjaldsson, b. ca. 839 in Dyflinni, Ireland

Helgi Olafsson, b. ca. 802 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland

Father: Olaf "Geirstada" Gudrodsson, King of Jutland and Vestfold, b. ca. 784 in Vestfold, Norway, d. 840

Spouse: Thora Sigurdsdatter, b. in Jutland, Denmark, m. Rognvald Gudrodsson, ca. 803

Father: Sigurd "Snake Eye" Ragnarsson, d. 803
Mother: Heluna (Bleja), Princess of England
Married ca. 824 in Ireland.

Children:

  1. Ingjald "The White" Helgasson, King of Dublin, b. ca. 825 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland

Olaf "Geirstada" Gudrodsson, King of Jutland and Vestfold, b. ca. 784 in Vestfold, Norway, d. 840

Father: Gudrod "the Magnificent" Halfdansson, King of Jutland and Vestfold, b. ca. 742 in Vestfold, Norway, d. 824
Mother: Alfhild Alfarinsdotter
After his father, Gudrod, died, Olaf and his brother, Halfdan, divided the kingdom between them so that Olaf got the eastern part and Halfdan got the southern part. After Olaf died, his son, Rognvald "Mountain High", became king in Vestfold. It is Rognvald who commissioned Thjodolf of Hvina to compose the Ynglinga Tal, The Chronicle of the Kings of Norway and Sweden from Odin to Halfdan the Black.

Children:

  1. Helgi Olafsson, b. ca. 802 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland, m. Thora Sigurdsdatter, ca. 824 in Ireland
  2. Rognvald "Mountain-High" Olafsson, b. ca. 816 in Vestfold, Norway

Gudrod "the Magnificent" Halfdansson, King of Jutland and Vestfold, b. 738 in Vestfold, Norway, d. 824, cause of death was murder.

Father: Halfdan "the Mild" Eysteinsson, King of Vestfold, b. ca. 710 in Vestfold, Norway, d. 784 in Vestfold, Norway
Mother: Liv (Hlif) Dagsdotter
He was also known as "the hunter", "Mikillati" which means "peace lover" and "Jagtkonge".

Spouse: Alfhild Alfarinsdotter

Father: Alfarin, King of Alfheim
Married ca. 815 in Vestfold, Norway.

Children:

  1. Erik Gudrodsson, King of Haithabu, b. ca. 783 in Jutland, Denmark
  2. Olaf "Geirstada" Gudrodsson, King of Jutland and Vestfold, b. ca. 784 in Vestfold, Norway, d. 840

Spouse: Aasa Haraldsdotter

Father: Harald
Married 822.

Children:

  1. Halfdan "the Black (Svart)" Gudrodsson, b. ca. 823, m. Ragnhild Sigurdsdatter, d. 863

Halfdan "the Mild" Eysteinsson, King of Vestfold, b. ca. 710 in Vestfold, Norway, d. 784 in Vestfold, Norway

Father: Eystein "Fret" Halfdansson, King of Vestfold, b. ca. 668 in Vestfold, Norway, d. 730
Mother: Hild Ericsdotter, b. ca. 690 in Vestfold, Norway
He was called "the mild" but also "the bad entertainer"; he was generous and gave his men as much gold as other kings gave silver, but he did not feed them well.

Spouse: Liv (Hlif) Dagsdotter

Father: Dag, King of Westmare
Married in Vestfold, Norway.

Children:

  1. Gudrod "the Magnificent" Halfdansson, King of Jutland and Vestfold, b. ca. 742 in Vestfold, Norway, m. Alfhild Alfarinsdotter, ca. 815 in Vestfold, Norway, m. Aasa Haraldsdotter, 822, d. 824

Eystein "Fret" Halfdansson, King of Vestfold, b. ca. 668 in Vestfold, Norway, d. 730

Father: Halfdan "Hvitbein" Olafsson, King in Norway, b. ca. 634 in Romerike, Buskerud, Norway, d. 700 in Toten, Norway
Mother: Asa Eysteinsdatter, b. ca. 620 in Uppland, Norway

Spouse: Hild Ericsdotter, b. ca. 690 in Vestfold, Norway

Father: Eric Agnarsson, King in Vestfold, b. in Vendil, Norway, d. ca. 695 in Vestfold, Norway
Her father, Eric, had no son and died while King Halfdan Olafsson was alive, so Halfdan and Eystein took possession of Vestfold and Eystein married Eric's daughter.
Married ca. 709 in Vestfold, Norway.

Children:

  1. Halfdan "the Mild" Eysteinsson, King of Vestfold, b. ca. 710 in Vestfold, Norway, m. Liv (Hlif) Dagsdotter in Vestfold, Norway, d. 784 in Vestfold, Norway

Halfdan "Hvitbein" Olafsson, King in Norway, b. ca. 634 in Romerike, Buskerud, Norway, d. 700 in Toten, Norway

Father: Olaf "the Woodcutter" Ingjaldsson, King of Vermeland, b. ca. 567 in Sweden, d. 640 in Vermeland, Norway
Mother: Solva (Solveig) Halfdansdotter, b. ca. 610
Some of the people of Vermeland realized that Olaf was not responsible for the people going hungry, so they went across the Eida Forest with all their men and came to Soleyar where Olaf's son, Halfdan, was being raised by King Solve. They killed Solve, took Halfdan prisoner, and made him their king. He then subdued Soleyar and Romerike. He later subdued a great part of Hedemark, Toten, Hadeland and Vestfold. Halfdan was king of Romerika and Vestfold while his brother, Ingjald, was king of Vermeland.

Spouse: Asa Eysteinsdatter, b. ca. 620 in Uppland, Norway

Father: Eystein "Haardaade" Throndsson, King of Hedmark, b. ca. 600 in Trondheim, Norway
Mother: Solveig Halfdansdotter
Married ca. 641 in Vestfold, Norway.

Children:

  1. Gudrod Halfdansson
  2. Eystein "Fret" Halfdansson, King of Vestfold, b. ca. 668 in Vestfold, Norway, m. Hild Ericsdotter, ca. 709 in Vestfold, Norway, d. 730

Olaf "the Woodcutter" Ingjaldsson, King of Vermeland, b. ca. 567 in Sweden, d. 640 in Vermeland, Norway

Father: Ingjald "Illrada (the Wicked)" Onundsson, King of Sweden, b. ca. 544 in Sweden, d. 623 in Sweden
Mother: Gauthild Algautsdotter, b. ca. 549 in Gotland
Olaf "Trætelia" was raised by Bove in West Gotland along with Bove's son, Saxe.

Ivar Vidfadme subdued all of Sweden and Denmark, much of Saxland, all the East country and one fifth of England. Because of his father Ingjald's, evil deeds, Olaf was forced to leave Sweden and went west to the Klar River in Norway. He began clearing the forest and soon created several large districts, together called Vermeland. The Swedes heard about Olaf's activities and laughed, calling him "tree-feller" or "Woodcutter".

Spouse: Solva (Solveig) Halfdansdotter, b. ca. 610

Father: Halfdan Guldtand Solfasson
Married ca. 631 in Romerike, Buskerud, Norway.

Children:

  1. Ingjald Olafsson, b. ca. 633 in Romerike, Buskerud, Norway
  2. Halfdan "Hvitbein" Olafsson, King in Norway, b. ca. 634 in Romerike, Buskerud, Norway, m. Asa Eysteinsdatter, ca. 641 in Vestfold, Norway, d. 700 in Toten, Norway
  3. Asa Olafsdatter, b. ca. 636 in Romerike, Buskerud, Norway

Eystein "Haardaade" Throndsson, King of Hedmark, b. ca. 600 in Trondheim, Norway

Father: Thrond, b. in Norway
The nickname "Haardaade" means "the severe".

Spouse: Solveig Halfdansdotter

Married ca. 618 in Trondheim, Norway.

Children:

  1. Asa Eysteinsdatter, b. ca. 620 in Uppland, Norway, m. Halfdan "Hvitbein" Olafsson, King in Norway, ca. 641 in Vestfold, Norway

Eric Agnarsson, King in Vestfold, b. in Vendil, Norway, d. ca. 695 in Vestfold, Norway

Father: Agnar Sigtrygsson, King in Vend, b. in Vendil, Norway

Children:

  1. Hild Ericsdotter, b. ca. 690 in Vestfold, Norway, m. Eystein "Fret" Halfdansson, King of Vestfold, ca. 709 in Vestfold, Norway

Agnar Sigtrygsson, King in Vend, b. in Vendil, Norway

Father: Sigtryg, King in Vend, b. in Norway

Children:

  1. Eric Agnarsson, King in Vestfold, b. in Vendil, Norway, d. ca. 695 in Vestfold, Norway

Dag, King of Westmare

Children:

  1. Liv (Hlif) Dagsdotter, m. Halfdan "the Mild" Eysteinsson, King of Vestfold in Vestfold, Norway

Alfarin, King of Alfheim

Children:

  1. Alfhild Alfarinsdotter, m. Gudrod "the Magnificent" Halfdansson, King of Jutland and Vestfold, ca. 815 in Vestfold, Norway

Ketill "Flatnose" Bjornsson, d. ca. 883 in Hebrides, Scotland

Father: Bjorn "Rough Foot"
Ketill may be the same Caittil Find defeated by Olaf "the White" and Ivar in 857. Olaf was the husband of Ketill's daughter Aud.

Spouse: Ingveld Ketilsdatter

Children:

  1. Aud "The Deep Minded" Ketilsdatter, b. ca. 840 in Raumsdal, Telemark, Norway, m. Olaf "The White" Ingjaldsson, King of Dublin, ca. 855, d. 920 in Hvamm, Dalir, Iceland

Bjorn "Rough Foot"

Children:

  1. Ketill "Flatnose" Bjornsson, d. ca. 883 in Hebrides, Scotland