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Princess Ingegerd Knutsdatter Knudsdatter, af Danmark

English (default): Princess Ingegerd Knutsdatter, af Danmark, Finnish: Prinsessa Ingegard Knuutintytär, af Danmark, Swedish: Prinsessa Ingegärd Knutsdotter, av Danmark, Danish: Ingegerd Knudsdatter, af Danmark
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Birthplace: Roskilde, Region Zealand, Denmark
Death: 1127 (43-45)
Gavere, Flanders, Belgium
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Knud IV "the Holy" Svendson, King of Danmark and Adela of Flanders
Wife of Folke digre, Earl of Östergötland (Bjälboätten)
Mother of Ingrid Bengtsson Boberg; Holmger Folkesson (Bjälboätten); Jarl Bengt Folkesson Snivel; Karl Folkesson Bjälboätten; Arnulf Folkesson Bjälboätten and 1 other
Sister of Cecilie Knudsdatter, af Danmark and Prince Karl I “Charles the Good” af Flandern
Half sister of Louis Hauteville, of Apuglia; William II Hauteville, 3°duke of Apulia and Guiscard Borsa

Occupation: Prinsessa av Danmark, Drottning av Sverige
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About Princess Ingegerd Knutsdatter Knudsdatter, af Danmark

Ingegerd Knudsdotter of Denmark

  • Daughter of Knut IV Svendssen and Adele av Flandern Svendssen

Marriage

  • Married: INGEGERD of Denmark, daughter of KNUD II "den Hellige" King of Denmark & his wife Adèle de Flandre. Twin with her sister Cæcilie, they were left in Denmark when their mother fled to Flanders after their father's murder according to Saxo Grammaticus who also names her husband married FOLKE "den digre/the Fat, Brenner suggests[1] that he was the same person as FOULQUES Vicomte de Montrevrault, son of RAOUL [de Beaumont] & his wife Agathe de Vendôme. He is named "Fulko grossus, son of Ingewaldus, son of Fulko Fölbythe the pagan" in a 14th century genealogy compiled at Varnem Abbey[2]. Jarl in Sweden.

Folke & his wife INGEGERD had three children

FOLKE "den digre/the Fat", son of ---. Brenner suggests[1] that he was the same person as FOULQUES Vicomte de Montrevrault, son of RAOUL [de Beaumont] & his wife Agathe de Vendôme. He is named "Fulko grossus, son of Ingewaldus, son of Fulko Fölbythe the pagan" in a 14th century genealogy compiled at Varnem Abbey[2]. Jarl in Sweden.
m INGEGERD of Denmark, daughter of KNUD II "den Hellige" King of Denmark & his wife Adèle de Flandre. Twin with her sister Cæcilie, they were left in Denmark when their mother fled to Flanders after their father's murder according to Saxo Grammaticus who also names her husband[3].

Folke & his wife INGEGERD had three children

  • 1. ARNOLD [Arnulf] (-murdered [Gradehede 23 Oct] 1157). Galbert of Bruges records that "Arnoldus nepos Karoli comitis" claimed the county of Flanders in early 1128[4]. "Arnoldum nepotem Caroli defuncti ex sorore eius primogenita" is named in the Cartulaire de Saint-Bertin, which specifies that he unsuccessfully claimed to succeed to the county of Flanders in 1127/28[5]. If the mother of Arnold was "soror primogenita" of Charles Count of Flanders, she would have been his sister Caecilie. Saxo Grammaticus names Caecilie's sons Knud and Karl, and Ingegerd's sons Knud and Bengt, without mentioning Arnold at all[6]. It is not impossible that Arnold was an impostor, unrelated to Count Charles, who appeared after the count's murder, his Danish credentials presumably being difficult to disprove in Flanders at the time. At Ulfsborg near Ribe.] m as her first husband, INGERD Pedersdatter, daughter of PEDER Thorstensen from Pedersborg & his wife Cecilie Skjalmsdatter [Hvide]. She married secondly Vagn [Vogn].
  • 2. KNUT Folkason, Saxo Grammaticus names Ingegerd's sons Knud and Bengt[7]. Jarl in Sweden.
  • 3. BENGT Folkason Snivel (-bur [Varnhem Abbey]). Saxo Grammaticus names Ingegerd's sons Knud and Bengt. Jarl in Sweden.

Source Project MedLands - Sweden Nobility - https://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/SWEDISH%20NOBILITY.htm#FolkeDenDig...

Danish king during the years 1080-86

Danish king during the years 1080-86. Knut "the Holy" married Adele of Flanders, daughter of Robert I Friso Of Flanders and Princess Gertrud Av of Saxony (Adele of Flanders was born in 1060 and died in 1115.) Knut got martyred and canonized after the murder . He is regarded as Denmark's patron saint. After his death, Knud was declared saint in 1101 by Pope Urban II. Knut's earthly remains were buried in St. Knud's church in Odense the same year. Quotes from Anbytarforum regarding Adele of Flanders. You further say that you consider it to be a step forward that Adèle of Flanders seems to be removed from the discussion. ?? Since when was Adéle removed from the discussion by Flanders? And by whom? As far as I know, no new information has emerged that could re-evaluate or shed new light on her and on whether or not she is the mother of Knuts daughters Cecilia and Ingegerd. We know that Knut the Holy One is their father, but we have come to a reasonable conclusion (see above), but I do not see that either Saxo or anyone else in this context says anything definite about Adèle. Thus, after all, there is no greater reason to just reprise the old arguments. However, it can still be said that Adéle must still be considered "the main suspect" to motherhood, because she is Knut's only wife, and that he can not be belatedly had a single mistress known to the world. On the contrary, he has often been portrayed as opposed to his father, who had lots of mistresses. In addition, two of the Folkungaättens most frequent names are Karl and Magnus, thus Charlemagne = Karl the Great. Namely, the existence of first names can be used as indications of kinship speculation.

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Ingegerd Knudsdotter of Denmark

  • Daughter of Knut IV Svendssen and Adele av Flandern Svendssen

Marriage

  • Married: INGEGERD of Denmark, daughter of KNUD II "den Hellige" King of Denmark & his wife Adèle de Flandre. Twin with her sister Cæcilie, they were left in Denmark when their mother fled to Flanders after their father's murder according to Saxo Grammaticus who also names her husband married FOLKE "den digre/the Fat, Brenner suggests[1] that he was the same person as FOULQUES Vicomte de Montrevrault, son of RAOUL [de Beaumont] & his wife Agathe de Vendôme. He is named "Fulko grossus, son of Ingewaldus, son of Fulko Fölbythe the pagan" in a 14th century genealogy compiled at Varnem Abbey[2]. Jarl in Sweden.

Folke & his wife INGEGERD had three children

FOLKE "den digre/the Fat", son of ---. Brenner suggests[1] that he was the same person as FOULQUES Vicomte de Montrevrault, son of RAOUL [de Beaumont] & his wife Agathe de Vendôme. He is named "Fulko grossus, son of Ingewaldus, son of Fulko Fölbythe the pagan" in a 14th century genealogy compiled at Varnem Abbey[2]. Jarl in Sweden.
m INGEGERD of Denmark, daughter of KNUD II "den Hellige" King of Denmark & his wife Adèle de Flandre. Twin with her sister Cæcilie, they were left in Denmark when their mother fled to Flanders after their father's murder according to Saxo Grammaticus who also names her husband[3].

Folke & his wife INGEGERD had three children

  • 1. ARNOLD [Arnulf] (-murdered [Gradehede 23 Oct] 1157). Galbert of Bruges records that "Arnoldus nepos Karoli comitis" claimed the county of Flanders in early 1128[4]. "Arnoldum nepotem Caroli defuncti ex sorore eius primogenita" is named in the Cartulaire de Saint-Bertin, which specifies that he unsuccessfully claimed to succeed to the county of Flanders in 1127/28[5]. If the mother of Arnold was "soror primogenita" of Charles Count of Flanders, she would have been his sister Caecilie. Saxo Grammaticus names Caecilie's sons Knud and Karl, and Ingegerd's sons Knud and Bengt, without mentioning Arnold at all[6]. It is not impossible that Arnold was an impostor, unrelated to Count Charles, who appeared after the count's murder, his Danish credentials presumably being difficult to disprove in Flanders at the time. At Ulfsborg near Ribe.] m as her first husband, INGERD Pedersdatter, daughter of PEDER Thorstensen from Pedersborg & his wife Cecilie Skjalmsdatter [Hvide]. She married secondly Vagn [Vogn].
  • 2. KNUT Folkason, Saxo Grammaticus names Ingegerd's sons Knud and Bengt[7]. Jarl in Sweden.
  • 3. BENGT Folkason Snivel (-bur [Varnhem Abbey]). Saxo Grammaticus names Ingegerd's sons Knud and Bengt. Jarl in Sweden.

Source Project MedLands - Sweden Nobility - https://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/SWEDISH%20NOBILITY.htm#FolkeDenDig...

Danish king during the years 1080-86

Danish king during the years 1080-86. Knut "the Holy" married Adele of Flanders, daughter of Robert I Friso Of Flanders and Princess Gertrud Av of Saxony (Adele of Flanders was born in 1060 and died in 1115.) Knut got martyred and canonized after the murder . He is regarded as Denmark's patron saint. After his death, Knud was declared saint in 1101 by Pope Urban II. Knut's earthly remains were buried in St. Knud's church in Odense the same year. Quotes from Anbytarforum regarding Adele of Flanders. You further say that you consider it to be a step forward that Adèle of Flanders seems to be removed from the discussion. ?? Since when was Adéle removed from the discussion by Flanders? And by whom? As far as I know, no new information has emerged that could re-evaluate or shed new light on her and on whether or not she is the mother of Knuts daughters Cecilia and Ingegerd. We know that Knut the Holy One is their father, but we have come to a reasonable conclusion (see above), but I do not see that either Saxo or anyone else in this context says anything definite about Adèle. Thus, after all, there is no greater reason to just reprise the old arguments. However, it can still be said that Adéle must still be considered "the main suspect" to motherhood, because she is Knut's only wife, and that he can not be belatedly had a single mistress known to the world. On the contrary, he has often been portrayed as opposed to his father, who had lots of mistresses. In addition, two of the Folkungaättens most frequent names are Karl and Magnus, thus Charlemagne = Karl the Great. Namely, the existence of first names can be used as indications of kinship speculation.

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Princess Ingegerd Knutsdatter Knudsdatter, af Danmark's Timeline

1083
1083
Roskilde, Region Zealand, Denmark

http://www.artursson.se/Engelska/0001/1039.htm

Biografi
Prinsessa av Danmark. Född 1085 i Danmark. Död i Bjälbo (E).

Gifte och barn
Folke "Den Tjocke" Ingevaldsson.
Gift 1161

barn;

Arnulf av Flandern.
Bengt Folkesson Snivels Jarl av Sverige.
Knut (Folkesson) av Flandern.

1100
1100
Sverige (Sweden)
1106
1106
Sweden
1110
1110
Varnhem, Skaraborg, Sweden

sv.wikipedia.org / wiki / Bjälbo

Bengt snivil

Bengt Folkesson, känd som Bengt Snivil eller Bengt Snivel,
var en svensk högreståndsperson tillhörande
Folkungaätten som ska ha levat på 1100-talet.

Enligt den danska historikern Saxo
var han son till Folke den tjocke
och
prinsessan Ingegärd Knutsdotter av Danmark.

Den svenska s.k. "Genealogia folkungorum",
som är trehundra år yngre än Saxo
men åberopar sig på en gammal uppteckning i Varnhem,
är källan till tillnamnet Snivil

och uppgiften att Bengt skall ha varit fader till
Birger Brosa, Magnus Minnisköld och Karl Döve.

Se även
Folkungaätten

Källor
Bengt i Nordisk familjebok (2:a upplagan, 1904)

Hämtad från " http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bengt_snivil "
Kategorier: Historiepersonstubbar-Sverige | Medeltida personer i Sverige | Män | Födda 1100-talet

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Jarl Bengt Snivils Folkesson (Folkunge)

Far: Jarl Folke (Den Tjocke) Ingevaldsson (Folkunge) (1075 till 1145)
Mor: Ingegärd Av Danmark Knutsdotter (1085 -)

Född: 1110
Död: Varnhems Kloster (R)

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Familj med Sigrid (Ulfhild) LAKMAN Björnsdotter
Barn:
Magnus MINNESKIÖLD (Folkunge) (1150 - 1210)
Birger Brosa Bengtsson (Folkunge) (1161 till 1202)
Karl (Dove) BENGTSSON (Folkunge)

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Personhistoria

Årtal Ålder Händelse
1110 Födelse 1110.
1145 Fadern Jarl Folke (Den Tjocke) Ingevaldsson (Folkunge) dör 1145 Bjälbo.
1150 Sonen Magnus MINNESKIÖLD (Folkunge) föds 1150 Bjälbo.
1161 Sonen Birger Brosa Bengtsson (Folkunge) föds 1161.
1202 Sonen Birger Brosa Bengtsson (Folkunge) dör 1202/01/09.
1210 Sonen Magnus MINNESKIÖLD (Folkunge) dör 1210/01/31 Gestilren.

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Skapad av MinSläkt 3,6, Programmet Tillhör: Roland Knutsson

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http://www.artursson.se/Engelska/0002/1525.htm

Biografi
Jarl. Född omkring 1110. Död i Varnhems kloster, Varnhem (R).

Gifte och barn
Sigrid (Ulfhild) Lakman (Björnsdotter).
Present

barn:
Magnus Bengtsson Minnesköld.
Birger "Brosa" Bengtsson.
Karl "Den Döve" Bengtsson.

1121
1121
Sweden
1124
1124
Gavere, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium
1127
1127
Age 44
Gavere, Flanders, Belgium
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Sverige (Sweden)
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