Nice to see that you are using the SVAR sources!
When you are using inline references I think it's better to put the full citations there, without repeating them as bullet points. This may be harder to read in edit mode, but makes it more clear for the viewer of the profile presentation.
So I'd say it's either/or with inline refs and bullet points - except for the reference to Richard Stromstedt, which is more like an acknowledgement, giving credit. I'd place that as a bullet point.
As for the source links hidden in the bracketed numbers at the end of the bullet points, it would be more enlightening if there was a brief link text.
Perhaps instead of [https://sok.riksarkivet.se/bildvisning/A0012703_00110] (which gives ) you could use [https://sok.riksarkivet.se/bildvisning/A0012703_00110 image] (which gives image). When I use SVAR I usually put the link in the bit about "bildid":
Lits kyrkoarkiv, Födelse- och dopböcker, SE/ÖLA/11072/C/4 (1853-1870), [https://sok.riksarkivet.se/bildvisning/A0012703_00110 bildid: A0012703_00110]
"bildid" could be changed to "image" if you wish to cater to readers without a "Swedish habit". There is also the possibility to add https://sok.riksarkivet.se/?sprak=Engelska&returnURL= before the URL to force the link to go to the English version (for whatever it's worth, there'll be a lot that is only in Swedish anyway).
Lits kyrkoarkiv, Födelse- och dopböcker, SE/ÖLA/11072/C/4 (1853-1870), [htt ps://sok.riksarkivet.se/?sprak=Engelska&returnURL=https://sok.riksarkivet.se/bildvisning/A0012703_00110 image: A0012703_00110]
Now we'll see what the G2G software makes of this... - it's a bit annoying that it makes all the https-es into links when they're just meant to show as text.