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⚭2 Åslaug Kråka Sigurdsdatter (Randalin)
- ♂ Fridleiv Ragnarsson
- ♂ Gudrødr of Lochlainn (Mother assumed)
- ♂ Ivar the Boneless
- ♂ Björn Ironside
- ♀ Ragnhild Ragnarsdottir
- ♀ Alof Ragnarsdottir
- ♂ Eiríkr ?
- ♂ Agnar
- ♂ Rathbarth Ragnarsson
- ♂ Dunyat Ragnarsson,
On 10 May 2018 Rae (Redford) Santema wrote:
On 20 Dec 2017 Barb (Mauldin) Stokes wrote:
SKOL ! PS - NOT pleased that my *maybe* XXXGrand Sigurd got killed OFF without Issue (My alleged line!) in the HISTORY Channel series ! BOO ! And Ivar was such a NASTY Guy !
On 13 Nov 2011 Roger Wehr wrote:
France Expedition In 845 he sailed southward, looking for new worlds to conquer. With an alleged force of 120 ships and 5,000 Viking warriors, he landed in what is now France, probably at the Seine estuary, and ravaged West Francia, as the westernmost part of the Frankish Empire was then known. Rouen was ravaged and then Carolivenna, a mere 20 km from St. Denis. The raiders then attacked and captured Paris. The traditional date is March 28, which is today referred to as "Ragnar Lodbrok Day" by certain followers of the Asatru religion. The King of West Francia, Charlemagne's grandson Charles the Bald, paid Ragnar a huge amount of money not to destroy the city. Ragnar Lodbrok, according to Viking sources, was satisfied with no less than 7,000 pounds of silver in exchange for sparing the city. However, that did not stop Ragnar from attacking other parts of France, and it took a long time for the Franks to drive him out. Later, Ragnar's sons were to return for more booty. Among their feats was destroying the city of Rouen several more times. Ultimately, many of them settled there permanently, in a land that became known as Normandy (deriving from the expression "Nordmenn" , or 'Northmen' ('Norsemen'), which was - and indeed still is - both the name the Norwegians called themselves and also the name the Franks used for the Scandinavians.
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On 30 Nov 2014 at 16:59 GMT Doug Lockwood wrote:
Ragnar is 36 degrees from Rosa Parks, 32 degrees from Anne Tichborne and 22 degrees from Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.