Roos Af Hjelmsäter: A Swedish Noble Family with Allied Families and Emigrants
The Swedish Noble family Roos af Hjelmsäter (Roos in America) was introduced to House of Nobles in 1625 in Stockholm, Sweden. Earliest recorded ancestor in this book was born in 1240. Author's grandfather, Bo Christian Roos af Hjelmsäter (1871-1948) (Robert Christian Roos in America), was born in Bergshamra, Sweden to Johan Christian Roos and Anna Sofia Blomqvist. He immigrated with his parents and three sisters in 1884 settling in Chicago, Illinois.
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Mythology and Ancient History Leading to the Roos Ancestry
The Viking Heritage
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2nd marriage according Älvsb Anders Anna Axel Baron Beata became Bengt born Bratt Brita brother buried called captain Carl Castle Catharina cavalry Chenon Children Christian Christina Church coat of arms colonel commander councillor Count court daughter death died documented Elisabeth ennobled Erik Eriksson father FLEMING Fredrik governor Gustaf Hård House of Nobles Ingeborg introduced Johan Jonsson judge Judicial District Karl King knight known Knut Knutsson LAGERBERG LAGERLÖF Lars later lieutenant living Magnus major manager Margareta Maria marriage married Märta Nils NOBLE DYNASTY Norrtälje Norway officer Olof owner Parish Skar Parish Värml Peder prior Province realm received records Regiment RIBBING Roos af Hjelmsäter Royal sister Sofia sons Source squire Stockholm student Svenska Sweden Swedish Table took UGGLA unmarried Uppsala Värmland widow wife