Haraldsson

Haraldsson is a surname of Icelandic or Scandinavian origin, meaning son of Harald or son of Haraldur. In Icelandic names, the name is not strictly a surname, but a patronymic. The name refers to:

  • Godfrid Haraldsson (820–856), son of the Danish king Harald Klak
  • Guttorm Haraldsson (fl. 10th century), son of king Harald Fairhair of Norway
  • Sigvaldi Strut-Haraldsson (fl. 11th–12th century), chieftain of the Jomsvikings
  • Björn Ironside Haraldsson (fl. 12th century), Danish noble; father of Christina Bjornsdatter, a queen of Sweden
  • Erlend Haraldsson (fl. 12th century), Earl of Orkney 1151–54
  • David Haraldsson (fl. 13th century), Earl of Orkney 1206–14
  • Heinrik Haraldsson (fl. 13th century), Earl of Orkney 1206–31
  • Jon Haraldsson (fl. 13th century), Earl of Orkney 1206–31
  • Erlendur Haraldsson (contemporary), Icelandic academic; professor of psychology and philosophy
  • Daníel Ágúst Haraldsson (born 1969), Icelandic pop singer
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Other articles related to "haraldsson":

Jon Haraldsson
... Jon Haraldsson was Earl of Orkney between 1206 and 1231 ... Jon Haraldsson and his brother David were the sons of Harald Maddadsson with his second wife Hvarflod, daughter of Earl Máel Coluim of Moray ... David Haraldsson died of sickness in 1214, leaving Jon Haraldsson to rule alone ...
Heinrik Haraldsson
... Heinrik Haraldsson was joint Earl of Orkney from 1206 until before 1231 ... Heinrek Haraldsson was the son of Harald Maddadsson and his first wife Affrica ... Heinrik Haraldsson was jointly the Earl of Orkney together with his half brothers, Jon Haraldsson and David Haraldsson, who were the sons of Harald Maddadsson with his second wife Hvarflod ...