So swedish endings .sen, .son, .datter, .dotter, .dtr should be in last name at birth? Maybe an error for that?
Please NO - There are opposing understandings and use of Scandinavian names on WikiTree, and to enforce one, will hamper research for the other. In rural farm areas their names were NOT as we understand them: first-middle-last. They were a statement about that person - their title. At home they were addressed by just 1st name, but when spoken of or to, out in the community and in the records, they were ____ son/daughter of_____ living at_______.
There could be thousands of ____son/daughter of______, but they are _____son/daughter of______living at______ of which there is one (or few). Their farm name is critical in research/identification of who is who. On a land contract, the person was ____son of _____ living at xxx at the top of the contract but signed the bottom ____son of _____ living at ooo, as his title changed when he became legal owner of new farm. So for us that use the old Bygdebok (farmbook) records for genealogy research, we put 1st name and who their father was in 1st name field and their appropriate farm name in last name field. If they moved the LNAB is their title at birth and Current is their title at death, with any other in-between titles in other names field. It is critical for us Bygdebok (farmbook) researchers/genealogists, that search results bring up the statement ____son/daughter of____lived at_____born_____, as they were recorded, or our ancestor looses their identity/tradition and we would not know one Ole Olsen for the million others.
Some folks prefer not to use this naming tradition and that works for them, but for those of us that follow this tradition, our tree branches will be useless if we put who their father was in LNAB or even in Middle name field. Google and WikiTree search results need to show their title correctly: ____son/daughter of____lived at____born_____.