Kristina Olsdotter Lindblad whose short name was Stina (first name also written Christina in her family bible primer) is also referred to with surname Hindersson or Hinnerson and in other places referred to as "Hinnersmora" or "i Kinnermora" by family members. These are obviously variations of her married surname Henricksson. She is listed with husband Erik and family in Åshytte and Skottorp, Skotthytte as Stina Olsdotter-Lindblad. Stina worked for some years in the gunpowder and nitroglycerine factories at Gyttorp and fortunately was not at work on the day of one of the worst explosions at the plant in history. In her later years, she worked at home in Gyttorp in what was an early version of today's home employment doing routine piece work like assemblies, bulk mailings and telemarketing. She weighed out and packaged portions of gunpowder which was manufactured locally and utilized for making different sizes of ammunition and explosives. The factory would deliver a bulk supply of gunpowder periodically to her home and she would portion it out for periodic pickup and was paid according to how many pieces she produced. She lived alone as a widow in a small cottage in Finntorp near Gyttorp until her death.
Hinnersmora was referred to lovingly as the krutgumma of Gyttorp or Nora by her relatives and descendants. In modern times the term is widely used to refer to a tough and independent older lady. Stina Lindblad was both literally a "krutgumma" by profession as a long term employee of Gyttorp's Krutbruk and by the modern meaning of the term.
Kristina Olsdotter Lindblad's ancestry has been described briefly in the article Min Släkt På Fädernet by Kyrkoadjunkt Martin Lindblad in Nora Stads Och Bergslags Tidning No. 43, 13 April 1962. Kristina Olsdotter Lindblads known ancestry is one of over 400 years within primarily the area Järnboås in Nora commun in Västmanland, Örebro län, Sweden and secondarily the area around Nora village known as Nora Bergsförs where she lived until her death. One exception was a marriage to an immigrant descendant of King Frederick I of Denmark from Schlesvig-Holstein whose family immigrated into the region in the late 17th century from northern Germany.
Vår älskade moder änkan Kristina Henriksson född Lindblad avled stilla och fridfullt i sitt hem onsdagen den 11 mars k. 3 f. m. i sitt 86:te levnadsår, djupt sörjd och saknad av oss barn, barnbarn och barnbarns barn samt övriga släktingar och vänner. Finntorp den 12 Mars 1925. Karl och Mina. Johan och Alma. August och Alma. Vila, trötta hydda, För en liten tid; Salla ande, ila Hem till Gud i frid! Undan gråt och möda, Frestelse och fall Du är gömd hos Kristus, Tills han komma skall.
Parents: Peter Olsson Lindblad and Kristina Persdotter Ramberg
Born 15 November 1809 Järnboås, Västmanland, Örebro län
Died 3 Dec 1867 Damsjöåsen, Lindesby rote, Järnboås
Married 1837 Järnboås
Children: Kristina (1840-1925); Greta Lisa (b. 1844); Per (b. 1845; m. Anna Stina Eliasdotter); Erik (1847-1939; m. Christina Lovisa Johansdotter Eriksson); Olaf (b. 1850-1890; m. Anna Israelsdotter); Israel (b. 1851); Gustaf (1853-1853); Maria (1855-1855); Gustaf (b. 1858); Maria (1859-1949); Anders (1864-1866)
Olov Persson Lindbladwas a dräng with Israel Larsson living at Lindesby Nr. 6 and later a dräng at Smålandstorp. He became "agare av torpet", owner of a torp called Damsjöåsen on Lindesby Rote at about the same time as he was married in 1837 to Maria Olsdotter.
Maria Olsdotter was listed as the daughter of "bergsman" (overseer or owner of a larger area of forest or mineral-containing land), Olof Ersson, living in Tolfsbörd (Tolvsbörd), south of Järnboås and Lindesby towards Nora.
Peter Olsson Lindblad (kopparslagare/bergsman)
Parents: Olaf Olsson and Catherina Hansdotter
Born 26 December 1773 Lindesby, Järnboås, Västmanland, Örebro län
Died 14 Apr 1845 Västra Yxsjötorp, Lindesby rote, Järnboås, Västmanland, Örebro län
Married 15 Jun 1806
Parents: Peter Ersson Ramberg and Kristina Andersdotter
Born 25 March 1782 Gölesgården, Järnboås rote, Järnboås, Västmanland, Örebro län
Died 13 Sep 1814 Lindesby, Lindesby Rote, Järnboås, Västmanland, Örebro län
Children:Per (1808-1808); Per (b. 1808-1874); Olof (b. 1809-1867); Stina (b. 1810); Maria (1813-1813)
After Kristina Andersdotter Ramberg's death, Peter Lindblad married in 1822 Anna Hansdotter (b. 7 Oct 1782, Nya Grängshyttan, Hjulsjö; d. 4 May 1843, Västra Yxsjötorp, Lindesby rote, Järnboås). They had a son Israel (b. 1825).
Peter Olsson Lindblad's father Olaf Olsson was born 27 Dec 1736 in Björnbekstorp. He died 8 Mar 1797 in Lindesby, Lindesby Rote, Järnboås. His baptism was witnessed on 30 Dec 1736 by Nils Svensson from Vilenstorp and Israel Ericsson from Lindesby together with wife and maid (pigan) Anna Ericsdotter from Lindesby. In later records, Olof was listed as a stepson of Jonas Olsson (b. 1702 in Axberg, d. 1782) whom his mother, Katarina Jacobsdotter (b. 1697 in Ramsberg), later married after the death of his father. His birth father was Olaf Svensson (b. 1686; d. 10 Sep 1741 at Björnbäckstorp, Järnboås).
Peter Olsson Lindblad's mother Katarina Hansdotter was born in 1735 and died in 1809 in Järnboås. Her father was bergsman Chrisma Hansson.
Peter Ersson Ramberg
Kristina (Stina) Andersdotter
Child: Kristina (1782-1814)
Peter Ersson Ramberg also had a child, Maria Persdotter Ramberg (b. 19 Mar 1789 in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg), who was born out of wedlock with piga Maria Persdotter (b. in Gusselhyttan, Lindesberg). It is unclear if Peter ever formally married.
Records indicate that Stina Andersdotter had another child, Anders Ersson (b. 10 Feb 1790 in Gölagården, Tolvsbörds Rote, Järnboås) whose father is unknown. She married Torpare Lars Larsson Bergström (b. 1755 in Ljusnarsberg) who died 10 Sep 1816 in Arboga stadsförs.
Erik Ersson Ramberg (bergsman)
Married 28 Sep 1753 Järnboås
Children: Erik (1754-1806); Olof (1756-1809); Peter (b. 1757); Frans (1759-1759); Frans (b. 1761); Nils (b. 1764); Katarina (1765-1765); Anna (1767-1768)
(nämdeman och kyrkoråd)
Married 1735 Järnboås
Children: Erik (b. 1737); Anders (b. 1738); Israel (b. 1740); Olof (b. 1741); Erik (b. 1743); Anna (b. 1746); Maria (1747-1843); Johann (b. 1750); Erik (b. 1752); Kerstin (1755-1755); Kristina (1758-1830)
Married 20 Sep 1718 Järnboås
Children: Peter (Per) (1720-1785); Maria (1721-1795); Anna (Annika) (1723-1789); Olof (1725-1725); Olof (1727-1765); Erik (1730-1767)
After Erik Ramberg's death in 1736, Katarina Malmberg married Anders Andersson (1708-1776) in 1737. Anders was born at Björksjön, Hjulsjö and died at Göranstorp, Järnboås rote, Järnboås, he was a "masmästare" by trade. The ancestry of Erik Ramberg and origin of the stable Ramberg surname is currently unknown to this author. The name was possibly adopted from the place name Ramsberg which is northeast of the Järnboås area in Västmanland, Örebro län.
Married 16 Oct 1726 Järnboås
Children: Kristina (Kerstin) (1728-1795); Nils (b. 1731); Katarina (1744-1787)
Anna Persdotter's parents, Per (Päder) Nilsson and Karin (Katrina) Hansdotter were married 29 Apr 1701 in Järnboås. He died about 1730 in Vassland, Järnboås. Karin was born 20 Sep 1674 in Vassland and died there on 8 Mar 1738. In addition to Anna, they had children Anna (1705-1705); Marina (b. 1706); Kerstin (b. 1707) and Lars (b. 1709).
Karin (Katrina) Hansdotter's parents were bergsman Hans Persson (b. Järnboås) and Anna Jansdotter who were married in Järnboås. Anna Jansdotter was born 1653 and died 1738 in Vassland. Hans died in Vassland in 1706. In addition to Karin, they had children Marina (b. 1676); Kerstin (1678-1678); Anna (1681-1681); Anna (b. 1682); Kerstin (1684-1684); Olof (b. 1685); Kerstin (1689-1689); Kerstin (1689-1772); Anders (1692-1746); Chrisman (1694-1754); Per (b. 1695) and Brita (b. 1697).
Hans Persson's parents were Vasslanders Per Tidemansson and Tyresdotter (daughter of nämndeman Tyris Nilsson of Vassland). Per Tidemansson's father was Tideman Andersson (son of Anders Andersson, b. abt 1544 in Grängshyttan, Hjulsjö). Tideman was born in Grängshyttan, Hjulsjö and died in Finnshyttan, Järnboås.
Anna Jansdotter's parents were Joen Persson and Karin (Kerstin) Olsdotter. They had children Anders, Olof and Kerstin in addition to Anna. Sexman Joen Persson was born in Dec 1608 Bondbyn, Nora Bergsförs and died 1695 in Vassland. Joen also had later wives named Ingeborg Persdotter Pryss and Kerstin Börjesdotter (Björsdotter). Joen had siblings Anders, Israel and Anna. His father was fjärdingsman Per Jonsson (d. 1634, son of Jon Nilsson, who had also sons Lars and Anders) of Bondbyn, Nora Bergsförs.
Married 20 Oct 1701 Hjulsjö
Children: Anna (Annika) (b. 1705); Marina (b. 1709); Anders (1713-1785)
Married 16 Apr 1710 Järnboås
Children: Johann (b. 1711); Anna (Annika) (1713-1786); Kerstin (1714-1720); Kerstin (b. 1720); Hendrik (b. 1722); Per (Peder) (b. 1724)
After first wife Kristina's death in 1742, Hendrik Hendriksson married Anna Nilsdotter (1703-1787) on 10 May 1745 in Järnboås. They had a daughter Lena Hindersdotter born 14 Jul 1745 in Spångtorp, Järnboås.
Maria Hoyer (Höijer)
Married about 1683
Olof Mattsson Malmberg
Children: Frans (1688-1756); Kristian (abt 1790-abt 1729); Katarina (1691-1762); Johannes (b. 1693); Margaretha (1694-1774); Maria (1697-1778); Elisabet (1700-1772); Stina (1702-1762); Magdalena (b. 1706)
Christian Hoyer (Höijer)
Children: Katarina (1649-1711); Herman (abt 1650-1692); Frans Conrad (1652-abt 1728); Elisabet (1654-abt 1715); Christina (abt 1661-1736); Maria (abt 1663-1743); Anna (1668-1669); Rebecka (1672-1672); Beata (1673-1741); Sophia (1674-1744)
Catherina Fassings's father "bruksförvaltare" François (Frans) Fassin was born in Liège, Belgium and died in 1653 in Mora Järnbruk, Dunker, Södermanlands län where daughter Catherina was born. He married Anna Hero in 1630 in Åker, Jönköpings län (south of Jönköping). Anna was born before 1614 and died after 1670 in Mora Järnbruk, Dunker. Records indicate that she was buried in the "Dunkers kyrka under predikstolen." Anna Hero's father was Serva Henrot (b. bef 1690 in Theux, Belgium; d. bef 1656 inÅker). Serva Henrot's father (name unknown) was living near Theux, Belgium in 1585. In addition to Catherina, Frans Fassin and Anna Hero had children Johann (b. abt 1632); female (b. 1634); Magdalena (abt 1636-1655); two children that died young (1639, 1640); Roloff (1642-1701); Maria (1644-1730); Frans (1646-1668); Joris (Georg) (abt 1651-1691). The emigration of Christian Hoyer of Schlesvig-Holstein to Sweden coincides with the reign of King Karl X Gustav of Sweden in which alliances were made with royalty of Holstein-Gottorp and the historic home of the Hoyer family. King Karl X married Hedvig Eleanor of Hostein-Gottorp. He used the Kiel region for an assembly point for his armies in conflicts with areas of Denmark, Germany and other places in the area of Europe. This likely resulted in favorable contacts and opportunities including the position of "bruksarrendator" or leaseholder or overseer of a mine, mill or factory for Christina Hoyer. Christian Hoyer's brother, Fredrich Herman Hoyer (1621-1698) also emigrated to Sweden and was an "ålderstyrman" who died in Ladugårdslandet, Stockholm. It is likely that Christian Hoyer emigrated first to the area of Södermanlands län where he met Belgian wife Catherina Fassin. Christian and Catherina Fassing Hoyer were clearly active residents and citizens of the Bergslag area around Hällefors where they settled and died. According to Hällefors church records Christian was buried under the chapel threshold. The wooden threshold and a heavy wooden door with it still is in the church today and is thought to be from the original church. The couple donated a golden chandelier that hangs in the current church on which their names are inscribed:
Herman Hoyer (Furstligt råd och Ståthållare)
Parents: Caspar Hoyer and Anna Wulff
Born 1571 Gottorp, Schlesvig-Holstein, Germany
Died 13 Sep 1622 Tönning, Schleswig-Holstein
(Begravd med stor pompa i faderns grav 1622-09-22 i Marienkirche, Husum) Married 15 Apr 1599 Tönnings slott, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany Anna Ovena (Skald)
Parents: Hans Ovens and Wenneke (Wencke) Jakobs
Born 1584 Wallsbüll, Koldenbüttel, Eiderstedt, Germany
Died 27 Nov 1655
(Buried Jakobs kyrka under bänkarna, Stockholm)
Children:Anna (b. 1600); Maria (b. 1602); Caspar (abt 1608); Christina (abt 1610); Hans Conrad (abt 1612); Christian (1615-1683); Fredrich Herman (1621-1698)
Ovena Hoyer---biography & poetry (in German)
Married 1564 Kiel, Germany
Children: Conradt Wulff (abt 1564-1606); Maria (Marike) (b. 1565); Anna (abt 1567-1622); Magdalena (b. 1568); Margareta (1570-1662); Herman (1571-1622); Magdalena (abt 1575-aft 1625); Silike (Siele) (b. 1575); Christian (b. abt 1577); Caspar (b. abt 1578); Hieronymous (b. abt 1580); Dorothea (b. abt 1581); Hans Adolf (abt 1582-aft 1650)
Anna Wulff's father was "rådsherre och borgmästare" Conradt Wulff (b. abt 1495-1561 in Kiel). He married Tale Harge (abt 1510-aft 1565 in Kiel) in about 1540 and in addition to Anna they had a daughter Agathe. Conradt Wulff's parents were borgmästare Nicolaus (Claus) Wulff (abt 1445-1518 in Kiel) and wife Tale (b. abt 1470-aft 1550) who married about 1490. They had children Tale (Talcke), Magdalena, Margaretha and three other daughters in addition to Conradt. Nicolaus Wulff's first wife was named Sillike or Siele (b. abt 1450; d. bef 1490), they had children Jochim and Claus. Wife Tale married borgare Bartholomeus Gireig of Kiel after the death of Nicholaus Wulff in 1518. Nicolaus Wulff's father was "riddare" Hartwich Wulff (b. abt 1400-aft 1455).
Anna Wulff's mother Tale (Taleke) Harge's parents were borgmästare Paul (Pawel) Harge (abt 1470-1531) and Anneke Köler (b. abt 1480) of Kiel. They were married in Kiel in 1509. Paul Harge's father was "konsul" Tymm Harge (abt 1420-1469) of Kiel. Anneke Köler's parents were Wichmann Köler (abt 1430-1497) and Katarina (abt 1460-aft 1500) who married in Kiel about 1480.
Married about 1535 Husum, Schleswig-Holstein
Maria (Marike) Knutzen (Canuta)
Died 19 Sep 1560 Odense Denmark
(Begravd i St Knuds Kirke)
Children: Johann (b. abt 1536); Christian (b. abt 1537); Herman (1539-1563); Caspar (1540-1594)
Herman Hoyer first married about 1513 Catherina Fredericks (born abt 1491 Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein; died 1534 Husum, Schleswig-Holstein; buried in Marienkirche), the daughter of King Frederick I of Denmark and "piga" (maid) Catherina (d. abt 1491 Flenheim, Schleswig-Holstein). Herman Hoyer and Catherina had children Jacob (abt 1514-bef 1576); Jürgen (abt 1516-1535); Caspar (b. abt 1518); Maria (abt 1519-abt 1555); Katarina (1520-abt 1585); Margarethe (abt 1522-bef 1585); Anna (b. 1523).
After Herman Hoyer's death, Maria (Marike) Knutzen married "livmedikus" Cornelius van der Hamsfort (d ä) (b. 1509 Amersfoort, Utrecht, Holland; d. 1580 Odense, Denmark) in 1543. They had two children, Magdalena (1544-1623) and "läkare och historiker" (doctor and historian) Cornelius Hamsfort d y (1546-1627) and two which died young.
Jakob Hoyer (Landsknektskapten)
Married about 1470
Margareta (Metta) Von Schack
Children: Hinrik (b. abt 1471); Hartwig (b. abt 1473); Herman (1477-1541); Christina (b. abt 1479); Margareta (b. abt 1480)
Jakob Hoyer's parents were "krigare" (soldier) Hinrich Hoyer (b. abt 1415 Grevskapet Hoya, Germany) and Tebbeke (Becka) (b. Bremervörde). They were married in Bremervörde and had a daughter Margareta in addition to Jakob.
Parents: King Frederick I of Denmark and Marike Degener
Born about 1493 Husum, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Died about 1535 Husum, Schleswig-Holstein
Hans Knutzen d y (häradsfogde)
Children: Maria (Marike) (abt 1515-1660)
Hans Knutzen d y married his first wife, believed named Margarethe (b. abt 1472; d. bef 1513 Husum, Schleswig-Holstein) in about 1493. They had children Johann (Hans) (abt 1493-1546), Matthias (1495-1559), Abel (b. abt 1497) and Catherina (abt 1499-aft 1553). After the death of Geseke, Hans married in about 1536 a Magdelene (b. abt 1500; d. bef 1555). They had children Lorenz (abt 1536-bef 1591), Jacob (abt 1538-aft 1595) and Paul (abt 1539-bef 1584). Hans Knutzen d y's father was "storgodsägare" Hans Knutzen d ä who was born about 1430 and died before 1502 in Schlesvig-Holstein. He married a currently unnamed wife about 1465 and had children Nicolaus, Luder, Ivan, and Peter in addition to son Hans Knutzen d y.
King Frederick I of
Without marriage (utom äktenskap)
Child: Geseke Fredericks (abt 1493-abt 1535)
After fathering a child with "piga" (maid) Catherina in Flensburg, Schleswig-Holstein about 1491 named Catherina Fredericks (abt 1491-1534) and Geseke Fredericks with Marike Degener in about 1493 in Husum, Schleswig-Holstein, King Frederick I officially married 14 year old Anna von Brandenburg Hohenzollern (1487-1514) on 10 Apr 1502. They had children, the future King of Denmark, Christian III (1503-1559) and Dorothea (1504-1547). In 1518 in Kiel, Frederick I married Sophia of Pomerania (1498-1568) which at the time made her the Queen of Denmark and Norway. They had children Hans (Johan) (1528-1580), Elisabet (1524-1586), Adolf (of Holstein-Gottorp) (1526-1586), Anna (1527-1535), Dorothea (1528-1575) and Frederick (1532-1576).
King Frederick I's father, King Christian I of Denmark (1426-1481) and wife Dorothea had a daughter Margaret (abt 1457-1486) who married at age 12, King James III of Scotland, and a son John in addition to Frederick I. Christian I founded the Oldenburg dynasty in Denmark. At times he was King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden during his reign. In 1479 he founded the University of Copenhagen in the Danish capital. King Frederick I succeeded his nephew, Christian II, whose strong monarchy the Danish nobility never accepted. Christian II was crowned also hereditary King of Sweden and was known for the "Stockholm bloodbath" the execution of 82 who opposed the Scandinavian Union and his allies. A Swedish rebellion led to the crowning of Gustav Vasa in Sweden. In 1523, Christian II abdicated and King Frederick I became King of Denmark and Norway. Frederick I's reign was characterized by attempts to satisfy the interests of both nobility and common people while maintaining peace through trade with merchants of Holland and the Hanseatic League. He promised the Catholic Bishops that he was against heresy, but allowed Lutheran preachers into his realm. Upon his death, civil war broke out for succession, but his son Christian III, who was a Lutheran, and ally of Swedish King Gustav Vasa prevailed. His reign (1534-1559) is said to ironically laid the groundwork for absolutism of the Danish monarchy to come. He was succeeded by Frederick II (reigned 1559-1588).
With this began the Royal LIne of Stina Lindblad, Hinnersmora and Krutgumma and Olof Mattsson Malmberg, parish clerk of Nora, Västmanland, Örebro län, Sweden and their descendants.
Kristina (Stina) Olsdotter Lindblad was the fourth greatgrandmother of Maria Kristina McKeehan, daughter of the website author. Stina Lindblad married Henrik Henriksson, they were the parents of Karl Hagström (see the Hagström Family Saga). The history of the Lindblad family was compiled from data provided by uncle Rolf Carlsson (1925-1996) of Nora who loved to tell the Lindblad story and the research of Britt-Marie Lundell of Nora. Ms. Lundell is interested in determining all descendants to present of parish clerk Olof Mattson Malmberg and Maria Hoyer (Höijer).