Juha, Please replace one of the tags with danish which is the official tag for Project Denmark. Hopefully, that will get the attention of more members of Project Denmark. Although most of this family lived before the start date of Project Denmark, I think we can stretch to adopt them with some help from Euroaristo . But we will need to work together to agree on what goes in these profiles.
Katrina is marked as having died in Sweden. Anne is marked as born in Sweden. I think that is why those got marked for Sweden Unsourced. Henrik, his wife, his father, and his children all lived in the period of the Kalmar Union which may have contributed to copying their locations to the others. I'm not saying it is right, but it may explain how it happened.
I've just gotten pre-1500 certification myself and I don't think very many in Project Denmark have it, but they can still research and collaborate. I'm in the process of setting up a free space page for this house where anyone can add what they find in their research so those who are pre-1500 certified can use the information there to edit Henrik's family's actual profiles. I'll post back when I get that set up.
To get us started, I created Category: Friis af Haraldskær under Category: Danish Nobility and put Henrik, his father, his wife, and his four children in the category so we can easily get to their profiles.
I added a link on the Danish Nobility category page to another resource that relies on Danmarks Adels Aarbog (DAA or Yearbook of Denmark's Nobility), the leading source on Danish nobility. This link includes a good many extra tools to help in the use of DAA. We would very much like to have the help of someone who actually has access to DAA. It is a secondary source, but if we can leverage that material to someone who has access to DAA and document the DAA sources, I think that would be sufficient under the Euroaristo standards.
Mary Jensen, coordinator of Denmark Project