Ingjald "Illrada (the Wicked)" Onundsson, King of Sweden, b. ca. 544 in Sweden, d. 623 in Sweden

Father: Onund "the Land Clearer" Yngvarsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 521 in Sweden, d. 565 in Sweden
When Ingjald was a boy of about six years old, he engaged in warplay with Alf, son of King Yngvar of Fjadryndaland district. Ingjald was not as stong as Alf, which was made known to his foster father, Svipdag, by Svipdag's son, Gautvid. The next day Svipdag gave Ingjald a roasted wolf heart to eat. Ingjald became a most ferocious person and of the worst disposition.

After becoming king, Ingjald invited seven district kings to his heirship feast along with their earls and other men of consequence; only Granmar did not attend. After the feast and Ingjald had vowed to increase his domains by one half toward the four corners of the earth, Ingjald had Svipdags's sons, Gautvid and Hylvid, set fire to the feasting hall and kill any who tried to escape. Ingjald took for himself the lands those kings had possessed and appointed new district kings over them. This was the first time since Odin divided the land among his high priests that Sweden was, for the most part, united.

Svipdag "the blind" and his sons died in a war with Kings Granmar, Hjorvard and Hogne. Ingjald and his men were forced to retreat after the district kings had deserted them. Later a treaty was made between Ingjald and the three kings which was supposed to last as long as they lived. The following spring Ingjald burned Kings Granmar and Hjorvard in their house at a feast on Sile Island.

Ingjald's daughter, Asa, married King Gudrod of Scania whom she later killed. Gudrod's brother, Halfdan, was the father of Ivar Vidfadme.

Children:

  1. Asa Ingjaldsdatter, m. Gudrud Haraldsson, d. ca. 623 in Sweden

Spouse: Gauthild Algautsdotter, b. ca. 549 in Gotland

Father: King Algaut Gautreksson, b. in Gotland
Mother: Alov Olafsdotter, b. in Nerike, Sweden
Married.

Children:

  1. Olaf "the Woodcutter" Ingjaldsson, King of Vermeland, b. ca. 567 in Sweden, m. Solva (Solveig) Halfdansdotter, ca. 631 in Romerike, Buskerud, Norway, d. 640 in Vermeland, Norway

Onund "the Land Clearer" Yngvarsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 521 in Sweden, d. 565 in Sweden

Father: Yngvar "the Tall" Eysteinsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 500 in Sweden, d. 545 in Stein, Estland
Onund plundered and ravaged in Estland to avenge his father. He became very rich and popular with the people. He expanded his kingdom by clearing the forest and cultivating the land. Onund built roads to connect the settled districts and was known as "Onund Road Maker".

Children:

  1. Ingjald "Illrada (the Wicked)" Onundsson, King of Sweden, b. ca. 544 in Sweden, m. Gauthild Algautsdotter, d. 623 in Sweden

Yngvar "the Tall" Eysteinsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 500 in Sweden, d. 545 in Stein, Estland

Father: Eystein Adilsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 480 in Sweden, d. 531 in Sweden
Yngvar was a great warrior and spent a great deal of time in his war ships defending the Swedish domains from the Danes and East-countrymen. Yngvar made peace with the Danes but continued to plunder in the East.

Children:

  1. Onund "the Land Clearer" Yngvarsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 521 in Sweden, d. 565 in Sweden

Eystein Adilsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 480 in Sweden, d. 531 in Sweden

Father: Adils Ottarsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 450 in Sweden, d. 505 in Upsal, Sweden
Mother: Yrsa Helgasdotter, b. ca. 450 in Denmark

Children:

  1. Yngvar "the Tall" Eysteinsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 500 in Sweden, d. 545 in Stein, Estland

Adils Ottarsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 450 in Sweden, d. 505 in Upsal, Sweden

Father: Ottar "Vendilkraka" Egilsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 430 in Sweden, d. 460 in Denmark

Spouse: Yrsa Helgasdotter, b. ca. 450 in Denmark, m. Helgi Halfdansson, King of Denmark, ca. 490

Father: Helgi Halfdansson, King of Denmark
Mother: Alof "the Great"
Yrsa was taken prisoner by, and made the wife of, King Helgi of Denmark. She later found out that King Helgi was her own father and her mother was Queen Alof the Great, wife of King Geirthjof of Saxland. Yrsa's son by Helge, Rolf Krake, later became king of Denmark.
Married ca. 470 in Sweden.

Children:

  1. Eystein Adilsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 480 in Sweden, d. 531 in Sweden

Ottar "Vendilkraka" Egilsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 430 in Sweden, d. 460 in Denmark

Father: Egil "Tunnadolgi" Onsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 409 in Sweden, d. 456 in Sweden

Children:

  1. Adils Ottarsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 450 in Sweden, m. Yrsa Helgasdotter, ca. 470 in Sweden, d. 505 in Upsal, Sweden

Egil "Tunnadolgi" Onsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 409 in Sweden, d. 456 in Sweden

Father: On "the Old" Jorundsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 305 in Sweden, d. 448 in Sweden
King Egil had to deal with his own "Sparticus" when a slave named Tunne, who had been the treasurer of King On escaped with much stolen treasure. Tunne began pillaging and killing with the men who followed him. Finally King Egil enlisted the help of King Frode "the Bold" of Sealand in Denmark. Egil and Frode defeated Tunne and remained friends afterwards.

Children:

  1. Fusto Egilsson, b. ca. 428
  2. Ottar "Vendilkraka" Egilsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 430 in Sweden, d. 460 in Denmark

On "the Old" Jorundsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 305 in Sweden, d. 448 in Sweden

Father: Jorund Yngvasson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 285 in Sweden, d. 312 in Sweden
King On lost the kingdom several times to Denmark but recovered it by outliving the Danish kings. He sacrificed his sons to Odin for long life. The Swedes would not allow him to sacrifice his tenth son so King On died. When a man dies of extreme old age without pain, it is called On's sickness.

Children:

  1. Egil "Tunnadolgi" Onsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 409 in Sweden, d. 456 in Sweden

Jorund Yngvasson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 285 in Sweden, d. 312 in Sweden

Father: Yngve Alricsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 265 in Sweden, d. 300 in Sweden
Jorund and his brother, Eric, stayed on their warships while Hugleik was king and were great warriors. They marauded in Denmark where they fought and captured King Gudlog of Halogaland. They hanged him at Stomones and allowed his men to raise a mound over him.

Later Hake was king in Sweden so Jorund and Eric raised an army and attacked Upsal. Hake, a great warrior himself, went to meet them and had a great battle. Eric was killed and Hake was mortally wounded. King Hake was the first to be burned on his ship. This act was considered so great it was later copied by the Vikings.

Children:

  1. On "the Old" Jorundsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 305 in Sweden, d. 448 in Sweden

Yngve Alricsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 265 in Sweden, d. 300 in Sweden

Father: Alric Agnasson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 240 in Sweden, d. 280 in Sweden
Mother: Dageid Dagsdotter
Yngve was a great warrior and always victorious. He was handsome, expert in all excercises, strong and very sharp in battle, generous and full of mirth so that he was both reknowned and beloved. He ruled together with his brother, Alf, who was a silent, harsh, and unfriendly man who sat at home and never went out on war expeditions.

After Yngve and Alf died, Alf's son, Hugleik, became king because Yngve's sons were still children. King Hugleik was killed along with two of his sons by King Hake.

Children:

  1. Jorund Yngvasson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 285 in Sweden, d. 312 in Sweden
  2. Eric Yngvasson, b. ca. 286 in Sweden
  3. Ingibjorg Yngvasdatter, b. ca. 288 in Sweden

Alric Agnasson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 240 in Sweden, d. 280 in Sweden

Father: Agne Dagsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 180 in Sweden, d. 260 in Sweden

Spouse: Dageid Dagsdotter

Father: King Dag "the powerful"
Married ca. 260 in Sweden.

Children:

  1. Alf Alricsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 260 in Sweden, d. 300 in Sweden
  2. Yngve Alricsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 265 in Sweden, d. 300 in Sweden

Agne Dagsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 180 in Sweden, d. 260 in Sweden

Father: Dag "The Wise" Dygvasson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 150 in Sweden, d. 220 in Gotland

Children:

  1. Alric Agnasson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 240 in Sweden, m. Dageid Dagsdotter, ca. 260 in Sweden, d. 280 in Sweden
  2. Eric Agnasson, b. ca. 245 in Sweden, d. 280 in Sweden

Spouse: Skjalv Frostadotter

Married 260 in Sweden.

Dag "The Wise" Dygvasson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 150 in Sweden, d. 220 in Gotland

Father: Dygve Domarsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 115 in Sweden, d. 190 in Upsal, Sweden

Children:

  1. Agne Dagsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 180 in Sweden, d. 260 in Sweden, m. Skjalv Frostadotter, 260 in Sweden

Dygve Domarsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 115 in Sweden, d. 190 in Upsal, Sweden

Father: Domar Domaldasson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 070 in Sweden, d. 162 in Upsal, Sweden
Mother: Drott Danpsdotter, b.nbsp;ca. 95 in Denmark

Children:

  1. Dag "The Wise" Dygvasson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 150 in Sweden, d. 220 in Gotland

Domar Domaldasson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 070 in Sweden, d. 162 in Upsal, Sweden

Father: Domald Visbursson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 050 in Sweden, d. 130 in Upsal, Sweden

Spouse: Drott Danpsdotter, b.nbsp;ca. 95 in Denmark

Father: Olaf "the Mild" Vermundsson, King of Denmark, d. 190
Other sources say her father is Danp Rigsson, the son of Rig, the first king of Denmark.
Married.

Children:

  1. Dygve Domarsson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 115 in Sweden, d. 190 in Upsal, Sweden

Domald Visbursson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 050 in Sweden, d. 130 in Upsal, Sweden

Father: Visbur Vanlandasson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 021 in Finland, d. 098 in Upsal, Sweden

Children:

  1. Domar Domaldasson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 070 in Sweden, m. Drott Danpsdotter, d. 162 in Upsal, Sweden

Visbur Vanlandasson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 021 in Finland, d. 098 in Upsal, Sweden

Father: Vanland Svegdasson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 001, d. 048 in Upsal, Sweden
Mother: Driva (Drifa) Snaersdotter, b. ca. 001 in Kvenland
His son Domald is by his second wife.

Children:

  1. Domald Visbursson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 050 in Sweden, d. 130 in Upsal, Sweden

Spouse: ? Audasdotter, b. in Finland

Father: Aude Rikas, King of Finland
Married ca. 040.

Children:

  1. Gisle Visbursson, King of Finland, b. ca. 042
  2. Andur Visbursson, King of Finland, b. ca. 045

Vanland Svegdasson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 001, d. 048 in Upsal, Sweden

Father: Svegde Fjolnesson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 020 in Upsal, Sweden, d. 034
Mother: Vana

Spouse: Driva (Drifa) Snaersdotter, b. ca. 001 in Kvenland

Father: Snaer "Vanha" Jokulsson, King of Kvenland, b. ca. 020 in Kvenland
Married ca. 020 in Finland.

Children:

  1. Visbur Vanlandasson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 021 in Finland, m. ? Audasdotter, ca. 040, d. 098 in Upsal, Sweden

Svegde Fjolnesson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 020 BC in Upsal, Sweden, d. 034

Father: Fjolne Freysson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 040 BC, d. 014 in Sealand

Spouse: Vana

Married in Vanheim.

Children:

  1. Vanland Svegdasson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 001, m. Driva (Drifa) Snaersdotter, ca. 020 in Finland, d. 048 in Upsal, Sweden

Fjolne Freysson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 040 BC, d. 014 in Sealand

Father: "Yngve" Frey, King of Upsal, b. ca. 060 BC, d. 010 BC in Upsal, Sweden
Mother: Gerd Gymersdotter, b. 057 BC in Sweden

Children:

  1. Svegde Fjolnesson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 020 BC in Upsal, Sweden, m. Vana in Vanheim, d. 034

"Yngve" Frey, King of Upsal, b. ca. 060 BC, d. 010 BC in Upsal, Sweden

Father: Njord "The Rich" King of Upsal, b. ca. 080 BC in Noatun, Sweden, d. 020 BC in Upsal, Sweden
Yngve Frey first established Upsal as the capital of Sweden. The times were prosperous during Yngve Frey's reign, which made the people believe that he controlled the seasons and the weather. When he died, his earls built a mound over him and kept his death a secret for three years. When the people found out that the King had died and the harvest was still good, they believed it would remain so as long as his body remained in Sweden. Therefore, his body was not burned as the other kings were. The Northmen made sacrifices to him for a good harvest for hundreds of years after.

It is from the jul (Yule=Christmas time) festival to Frey and his twin sister, Freya, that we get our tradition of the New Year's Resolution. A boar was brought into the feasting hall where the men would lay hands on it and make oaths and promises about what they would do or accomplish in the coming year. Then the boar was sacrificed, cooked, and eaten. No one knows the full extent of the ceremonies for Frey. The Roman historians simply stated that they involved a great deal of sexual acts and were too vulgar to detail.

Spouse: Gerd Gymersdotter, b. 057 BC in Sweden

Father: Gymis
Mother: Orboda
Married 040 BC in Sweden.

Children:

  1. Fjolne Freysson, King of Upsal, b. ca. 040 BC, d. 014 BC in Sealand

Njord "The Rich" King of Upsal, b. ca. 080 BC in Noatun, Sweden, d. 020 BC in Upsal, Sweden

Father: Yngve, King of Turkey, b. ca. 100 BC
Njord and his son, Frey, were sent to Asaland in a hostage exchange with Odin. He later made them priests of the sacrifice. After Odin made himself ruler of Sweden and Denmark, Njord and Frey became Diar (gods) of the Vanir (Swedes).

Njord had married his sister, which was permitted by the Vanir, but not by the Asir. He took another wife, Skade, but she missed her mountain home and eventually left Njord's sea-side residence to return to the mountains. Njord and Skade had no children; Frey and Freya are his twin children by his sister.

Children:

  1. Freya, b. ca. 060 BC
  2. "Yngve" Frey, King of Upsal, b. ca. 060 BC, d. 010 BC in Upsal, Sweden, m. Gerd Gymersdotter, 040 BC in Sweden

Spouse: Skade Tjatsesdottir, m. Odin (Woden), m. Ullr, god of Skis

Father: Tjatse "the Giant" Allvaldesson
Mother: Orboda ugift
Married.

Yngve, King of Turkey, b. ca. 100 BC

There is some speculation that Yngve, rather than being the father of Njord, is actually another son of Odin. Or possibly he is both. No information has been found at this time to support either claim.

Children:

  1. Njord "The Rich" King of Upsal, b. ca. 080 BC in Noatun, Sweden, m. Skade, d. 020 BC in Upsal, Sweden

Gymis

Spouse: Orboda

Married.

Children:

  1. Gerd Gymersdotter, b. 057 BC in Sweden, m. "Yngve" Frey, King of Upsal, 040 BC in Sweden

King Dag "the powerful"

Children:

  1. Dageid Dagsdotter, m. Alric Agnasson, King of Upsal, ca. 260 in Sweden