Snottsta

Some articles on snottsta:

Gerlög And Inga
... Inga married Ragnfast of Snottsta (also spelled Snåttsta) and they had a son who is not named ... the son died, so Inga inherited the estate Snottsta ... The four Snottsta and Vreta stones at Snottsta and Vreta say that Ragnfast, Inga's husband has died ...
Hillersjö Stone - Description
... Inga married Ragnfast of Snottsta and they had a son who is not named ... and the son died and so Inga inherited the estate Snottsta ... The estate Snottsta (also spelled Snåttsta) still exists ...
Broby Bro Runestones
... The carver of the Snottsta runestone called U 329, where an Estrid and her brother Ragnfast are mentioned, was Fot who also made the runestones for the Jarlabanke clan ... This strongly suggests that Estrid was born in Snottsta (also spelled Snåttsta), married Östen of Täby and married for the second time in Harg near Snottsta ...
Snottsta And Vreta Stones
... The Snottsta and Vreta stones are individual runestones known as U 329, U 330, U 331 and U 332 ... They are found on the homesteads of Snottsta (also spelled Snåttsta) and Vreta, and they tell in Old Norse with the younger futhark about the family story of Gerlög ... Ragnfast was the sole inheritor of the homestead Snottsta after his father Sigfast ...
Hargs Bro Runic Inscriptions
... The carver of the Snottsta runestone called U 329, where an Estrid and her brother Ragnfast are mentioned, is believed to be the runemaster named Fot who also made the ... This strongly suggests that Estrid was born in Snottsta (also spelled Snåttsta), married Östen of Täby and married for the second time in Harg near Snottsta ...