Adam Johann von Krusenstern Adam Johann Ritter von Krusenstern (November 19, 1770 – August 24, 1846; Иван Фёдорович Крузенштерн, Ivan Fyodorovich Kruzenshtern), was an admiral and explorer, who led the first Russian ...
Adam Ludwig Lewenhaupt Adam Ludwig Lewenhaupt (15 April 1659, Copenhagen – 12 February 1719) was a Swedish general.
Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld Friherr Nils Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld (18 November 1832, Helsinki, Finland – 12 August 1901, Dalbyö, Södermanland, Sweden) was a Finnish baron, botanist, geologist, mineralogist and arctic ...
Adolf Fredrik Munck Adolf Fredrik, Count Munck af Fulkila (Rantasalmi, Finland, 28 April 1749 – Massa-Carrara, Italy, 18 July 1831) was a Swedish and Finnish noble, during the Gustavian era.
Adolf Ludvig Stierneld Adolf Ludvig Stierneld (September 1, 1755 – July 31, 1835) was a Swedish baron, politician, courtier and collector of historical documents.
Adolph Ribbing Adolph Ludvig Ribbing, later called Adolph de Leuven (10 January 1765 in Stockholm – 1 April 1843 in Paris), was a Swedish count and politician.
Agda Montelius Agda Montelius née Reuterskiöld (23 April 1850 in Köping – 27 October 1920) was a Swedish philanthropist and feminist.
Allan Schulman Allan Schulman was a Swedish-Finnish journalist and television producer.
Amalia Wilhelmina Königsmarck Amalia Wilhelmina Königsmarck (1663–1740) was a Swedish noble, known as a dilettante artist (painter), amateur actor, and poet.
Amanda von Brandt Amanda von Brandt (died 1915) claimed to be Swedish countess and was the second wife of actor Ira Frederick Aldridge, whom she married on 20 April 1865.
Amelie Posse Amelie Posse-Brázdová (11 February 1884 in Stockholm – 3 March 1957) was a Swedish author.
Anders Eriksson Hästehufvud Anders Eriksson Hästehufvud (1577–1657) was a Swedish officer, governor of the Estonia province between 1617–1619 and Governors-General of the Livonia province 1628.
Anders Fredrik Skjöldebrand Anders Fredrik Skjöldebrand (14 July 1757, Algiers - 23 August 1834, Stockholm) was a Swedish count, lord of the realm, general, statesman and minister from the Skjöldebrand dynasty.
Anders Johan von Höpken Count Anders Johan von Höpken (31 March 1712, Stockholm – 9 May 1789, Stockholm), Swedish statesman, was the son of Daniel Niklas von Höpken, one of Arvid Horn's most determined opponents ...
Anders Rudolf du Rietz Anders Rudolf du Rietz was a Swedish count, lieutenant-general, commander grand cross of the Order of the Sword, County Governor and politician.
Anders Torstenson Count Anders Torstenson (1641–1686), Swedish statesman, son of Lennart Torstenson and member of the Privy Council, was from 1674 to 1681 Governor-General of Estonia.
Ann-Margret Holmgren Ann-Margret Holmgren, née Tersmeden, was a Swedish author, feminist and pacifist.
Anna Eriksdotter (Bielke) Anna Eriksdotter (Bielke) (1490–1525) was a Swedish noble, commander of the city and castle of Kalmar during the Swedish rebellion against Denmark.
Anna Hierta-Retzius Anna Wilhelmina Hierta-Retzius (1841–1924), was a Swedish women's rights activist and philanthropist.
Anna König Jerlmyr Anna König Jerlmyr, born in 1978, is a Swedish politician of the Moderate Party.
Anna Margareta von Haugwitz Anna Margareta von Haugwitz (16 January 1622 in Calbe (Saale) – 20 March 1673 in Stockholm), was a German noble, married to the Swedish count, statesman and military commander Carl Gustaf Wrangel.
Anna Åkerhielm Anna Åkerhjelm, née Anna Agriconia, (born in Nyköping, Sweden sometime before 1647, died in Germany 1693), was a Swedish writer and traveller and the first woman in Sweden to have been...
Anna Åkerhjelm Anna Åkerhjelm, née Anna Agriconia,, was a Swedish writer and traveller.
Arvid Wittenberg Arvid Wittenberg or Arvid Wirtenberg von Debern (1606 – 7 September 1657), Swedish count, field marshal and privy councillor.
Augustin Ehrensvärd Field marshal count Augustin Ehrensvärd (September 25, 1710 – October 4, 1772) was a Swedish military officer, military architect, artist, creator of the Sveaborg fortress and the Swedish ...
Aurora Wilhelmina Koskull Aurora Wilhelmina Koskull (22 November 1778–19 February 1852) was a Swedish lady-in-waiting and politically active salonist.
Axel Fredrik Cronstedt Baron Axel Fredrik Cronstedt (/kroonstet/ December 23, 1722 – August 19, 1765) was a Swedish mineralogist and chemist who discovered nickel in 1751 as a mining expert with the Bureau of Mines.
Axel Gustav Adlercreutz Axel Gustaf Adlercreutz was a politician, civil servant, President of the Göta Court of Appeal, Minister in the Cabinet, Member of Parliament 1847-66 and 1877-80, Prime Minister for Justice ...
Axel Gyllenkrok Axel Gyllenkrok, or Gyllenkrook (August 16, 1665 – September 17, 1730) was a Swedish baron, military general, and from 1723 governor of Gothenburg.
Axel Julius De la Gardie Axel Julius de la Gardie was a Swedish Field Marshal and was appointed Governor-General over Estonia.
Axel Lillie Count Axel Lillie, also spelled Lillje (July 23, 1603 – December 20, 1662) was a Swedish soldier and politician.
Axel Oxenstierna Axel Gustafsson Oxenstierna af Södermöre (1583 – 1654), Count of Södermöre, was a Swedish statesman.
Axel Rappe Axel Rappe (2 October 1838 – 18 December 1918) was a Swedish free lord and military officer.
Axel von Fersen the Younger Hans Axel von Fersen (4 September 1755 – 20 June 1810) was a Swedish Count, Grand Marshal of Sweden, a Lieutenant General in the Royal Swedish Army, one of the Lords of the Realm, aide-de-camp t...
Balthasar von Campenhausen Balthasar Balthasarovich Campenhausen (Балтазар Балтазарович Кампенгаузен) (1772, Lenzenhof, –1823) was a Russian statesman who held the ranks of Privy Councilor and Chamberlain.
Baltzar von Platen (inventor) Baltzar von Platen (1898–1984), together with Carl Munters, was the inventor of the gas absorption refrigerator in 1922 while they were both Swedish engineering students at the Royal Institute o...
Bengt Jönsson (Oxenstierna) Bengt Jönsson (Oxenstierna), (1390s–1450s) Swedish statesman and co-regent of Sweden, under the Kalmar Union, from January to June 1448, together with his brother Nils Jönsson (Oxenstierna).
Bengt Nordenskiöld Bengt G:son Nordenskiöld (September 6, 1891 - January 28, 1983), was a general in the Swedish Air Force and Chief of Staff 1942-1954.
Bengt Oxenstierna (governor) Bengt Oxenstierna (1591–1643) was a Swedish diplomat and noble, the Swedish Privy Councillor, and Governor-General of Ingria and Livonia who traveled to Persia, Palestine and Egypt.
Bernhard von Beskow Bernhard von Beskow (April 19, 1796 in Stockholm – October 17, 1868), Swedish dramatist and historian, was the son of a Stockholm merchant.
Bertil af Ugglas Gustaf Samuel Bertil Oscarsson af Ugglas (July 3, 1934–1977) was Party Secretary of the Swedish Moderate Party between 1969 and 1974 and a member of the Swedish Riksdag.
Betty Boije Betty Natalie Boije af Gennäs (14 February 1822 - 14 November 1854), was a Finnish (originally Swedish) opera and concert singer (contralto) and composer.
Betty Ehrenborg Betty (Katarina Elisabeth) Ehrenborg, as married Posse af Säby, (22 July 1818 – 22 July 1880), was a Swedish writer, psalm writer and pedagogue.
Birger Jarl Birger Jarl (c. 1200 – 21 October 1266), or Birger Magnusson, was a Swedish statesman, Jarl of Sweden and a member of the House ...
Björn Hamilton Björn Axel Åke Malcolm Hamilton (born March 28, 1945) is a Swedish count, civil engineer and politician.
Bo Jonsson (Grip) Bo Jonsson (Grip) (early 1330s – 20 August 1386) was head of the royal council and marshal under the regency of Magnus IV of Sweden.
Brahe Brahe (originally Bragde) is the name of a Scanian noble family that was influential in both Danish and Swedish history but has its family roots in Sweden.
Briefadel The German and Scandinavian term Uradel (literally: original or ancient feudal nobility) refers to nobility who can trace back their noble ancestry at least to the year 1400 and probably...
Brita Scheel Brita Scheel or Birgitte Skeel, (1638–1699), was a Danish noblewoman.
Carl Cederström Friherre Carl Gustav Alexander Cederström (5 March 1867 – 29 June 1918) was a pioneering Swedish aviator, known as "the flying Baron".
Carl Fredrik Pechlin Baron Carl Fredrik Pechlin (August 8, 1720 – May 29, 1796) was a Swedish politician and demagogue, son of the Holstein minister at Stockholm, Johan Pechlin, and brother of Johanna Lohm.
Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim Baron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (4 June 1867 – 27 January 1951) was a Finnish military leader and statesman.
Carl Gustaf Lewenhaupt Carl Gustaf Moritz Thure Lewenhaupt (January 7, 1884 – May 11, 1935) was a Swedish horse rider who competed in the 1920 Summer Olympics and in the 1924 Summer Olympics.
Carl Gustaf Löwenhielm Count Carl Gustaf Löwenhielm (January 30, 1790 – May 18, 1858) was a Swedish diplomat and Lieutenant-General who was also notable for his paintings of the countries in which he served.
Carl Gustaf Mannerheim (naturalist) Count Carl Gustaf Mannerheim (August 10, 1797 Lemu–October 9, 1854 Stockholm) was a Swedish entomologist of German ancestry and governor of Viipuri province.
Carl Gustaf Roos Carl Gustaf Roos (before 1705, Carl Gustaf Roos af Hjelmsäter; 1655–1722) was a friherre and Major General of the Carolean Swedish Army.
Carl Gustaf Tessin Carl Gustaf Tessin (5 September 1695 – 7 January 1770) was a Swedish politician and son of architect Nicodemus Tessin the Younger and Hedvig Eleonora Stenbock.
Carl Gustaf von Rosen Count Carl Gustaf Ericsson von Rosen (August 19, 1909 – July 13, 1977) was a Swedish pioneer aviator, humanitarian, and mercenary pilot.
Carl Gustaf Wrangel Carl Gustaf Wrangel (also Carl Gustav Wrangel; 23 December 1613 – 5 July 1676) was a high-ranking Swedish noble, statesman and military commander in the Thirty Years', Torstenson, Br...
Carl Gustav Rehnskiöld Count Carl Gustav Rehnskiöld (6 August 1651 - 29 January 1722) was a Swedish Field Marshal under the command of King Karl XII of Sweden.
Carl Gyllenhielm Baron Carl Carlsson Gyllenhielm (4 March 1574 – 17 March 1650) was a Swedish soldier and politician.
Carl Johan Adlercreutz Carl Johan Adlercreutz (April 27, 1757 – August 21, 1815) was a Swedish general and statesman, born in Borga, Finland on family estates.
Carl Johan De Geer Carl Johan Louis De Geer af Finspång is a Swedish artist, writer, musician and friherre of the De Geer noble family.
Carl Linnaeus Carl Linnaeus (23 May 1707 – 10 January 1778), also known after his ennoblement as Carl von Linné, was a Swedish botanist, physician, and zoologist, who la...
Carl Löwenhielm Count Carl Löwenhielm (1772–1861) was a Swedish military officer, diplomat, and politician; he was a member of the Swedish cabinet between 1822–1839.
Carl Michael von Hausswolff Carl Michael von Hausswolff (born 1956) is a composer, visual artist and curator based in Stockholm, Sweden.
Catharina Ebba Horn Catharina Ebba Horn af Åminne,, was a Swedish noble, a German Roman Countess and the second official royal mistress of king Frederick I of Sweden.
Catherine Charlotte De la Gardie Countess Catherine Charlotte De la Gardie or de La Gardie, also called Catharina Charlotta and Katarina Charlotta, née Taube, (5 April 1723 – 24 March 1763), was a Swedish noble.
Catherine Stenbock Catherine Stenbock (Swedish: Katarina Gustavsdotter Stenbock ; born at Torpa, Tranemo Municipality, Västergötland on 22 July 1535 – died at Strömsholm, Västmanland on 13 December 1621) was Q...
Cecilia Knutsdotter Lady Cecilia Knutsdotter was a medieval Swedish mighty and wealthy noblewoman of high nobility.
Cecilia Månsdotter Cecilia Månsdotter Eka (c. 1476–1523), also called Cecilia of Eka, was a Swedish noblewoman.
Charles Ulvsson, Lord of Tofta Knight Charles of Tofta, a.k.a. Karl Ulfson (died 1407) was a 14th century Swedish magnate and High Constable of Sweden.
Charlotta Sparre Charlotta Sparre (1719 – 1795), commonly named Lotta Sparre, was a Swedish noble and court lady.
Charlotte Du Rietz Charlotte (or Charlotta) du Riez or Du Rietz, née De Geer (1744–1820) was a Swedish noblewoman (Baroness), known as a love object of King Gustav III. It is unknown whether or not...
Christian Günther Christian Ernst Günther (1886, Stockholm – 1966) was Swedish Minister for Foreign Affairs in the unity government that was formed after the Soviet attack on Finland in November 1939, and would r...
Christiana Oxenstierna Christiana Juliana Oxenstierna (23 September 1661 – 27 February 1701) was a Swedish noble.
Christina Gyllenstierna Christina (Kristina or Kerstin) Nilsdotter of Fogelvik, Heiress of Tullgarn (1494/5 – January 1559), was the wife of the Swedish regent Sten Sture the Younger, and after hi...
Christina of Vasaborg Christina of Vasaborg (1644–1709) was the eldest child of Gustav of Vasaborg, Count of Nystad, and a granddaughter of King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden.
Christopher Delphicus zu Dohna Count and Burgrave Christopher Delphicus zu Dohna zu Carwinden (Graf und Burggraf Christoph Delphicus zu Dohna zu Carwinden; greve Kristofer Delphicus af Dohna) (June 4, 1628 – May 21, 1668) was...
Christopher Polhem Christopher Polhammar (18 December 1661 – 30 August 1751), better known as Christopher Polhem, which he took after his ennoblement, was a Swedish scientist, inventor and industrialist.
Cornelius Anckarstjerna Cornelius Didrikson Thijsen Anckarstierna (25 January 1655 – 19 April 1714) was a Swedish admiral of Dutch origin and a member of the Swedish House of Nobility.
Count Nikolay Adlerberg Count Nikolay Vladimirovich Adlerberg (Николай Владимирович Адлерберг) (1819–1892), Councilor of State, Chamberlain, governor of Taganrog, Simferopol and Finland.
Curt von Stedingk Curt Bogislaus Ludvig Kristoffer von Stedingk (26 October 1746 – 7 January 1837) was a count of the von Stedingk family, and a successful Swedish army officer and diplomat who played a prominent...
Dag Hammarskjöld Dag Hjalmar Agne Carl Hammarskjöld (29 July 1905 – 18 September 1961) was a Swedish diplomat, economist, and author.
David Klöcker Ehrenstrahl David Klöcker Ehrenstrahl (23 September 1628 – 23 October 1698) was a Swedish nobleman and portrait painter.
Dodo zu Innhausen und Knyphausen Dodo Freiherr zu Innhausen und Knyphausen (sometimes Knijphausen or Kniphausen; 2 July 1583 – 11 January 1636) was a German professional soldier who saw extensive service in th...
Ebba Bernadotte Princess Ebba Bernadotte, née Ebba Henrietta Munck af Fulkila (24 October 1858 – 16 October 1946), was a Swedish noble, lady in waiting and a titular princess, the spouse of Prince Oscar Ber...
Ebba Brahe Ebba Magnusdotter Brahe (16 March 1596 – 5 January 1674) was a Swedish countess, landowner and courtier.
Ebba Modée Ebba Wilhelmina Modée (1775-1840), was a Swedish noble and courtier, the love interest of king Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden.
Ebba Månsdotter (Lilliehöök) Ebba Månsdotter (Lilliehöök) of Kolbäck (13 January 1529, Upplo Manor, Västergötland – 29 September 1609 Lerjeholm i Angereds socken, Älvsborgs län), was a Swedish noble, landlord and county adm...
Ebba Sparre Ebba Larsdotter Sparre was a Swedish lady-in-waiting and noble.
Ebba Stenbock Ebba Gustavsdotter Stenbock (died 1614, Finland) was a Swedish noble.
Edvard Carleson Edvard Henrik Carleson (16 November 1820 – 1 April 1884) was a Councilor of Justice and a Councilor of State of the Kingdom of Sweden, etc., son of Jacob Edvard Carleson, Lieutenant Colone...
Elisabet Juliana Banér Elisabet Juliana Banér née Elisabet Juliana of Erbach (January 22, 1600 - May 29, 1640, Saalfeld), was a German noble, married to the Swedish Field Marshal Johan Banér in 1636.
Elisabet Ribbing Elisabet Ribbing (1 January 1596 at Fästered, Finnekumla – 24 April 1662), was a Swedish noble and lady-in-waiting.
Elisabeth Tamm Elisabeth Tamm known in the parliament as Tamm i Fogelstad (30 June 1880 on the manor Fogelstad in Julita, Södermanlands län - 23 September 1958) was a Swedish Politician (liberal) and women...
Elizabeth Ribbing Elizabeth Ribbing (Swedish: Elisabet; 1 January 1596 at Fästered, Finnekumla – 24 April 1662), was a Swedish noble and lady-in-waiting.
Ellen Anckarsvärd Ellen (Eleonora) Anckarsvärd, née Nyström (1833–1898), was a Swedish women's rights activists.
Emanuel Swedenborg Emanuel Swedenborg (born Emanuel Swedberg on 29 January 1688; died 29 March 1772) was a Swedish scientist, philosopher, theologian, revelator, and, in the eyes of some, Christian mystic.
Emerentia von Düben Emerentia von Düben (24 May 1669, unknown, but probably Stockholm – 22 March 1743, Stockholm) also called Menza, was a Swedish lady-in-waiting, the favourite of Ulrika Eleonora, Queen of S...
Emilia Uggla Emilia Maria Sara Sofia Uggla (Emilie) (24 February 1819 in Karlstad – 15 February 1855 in Upperud), was a Swedish noble classical concert pianist and concert singer.
Emmy Rappe Emmy Carolina Rappe (14 January 1835 – 19 October 1896), was a Swedish nurse and principal for a nursing school.
Eric Bielke Eric Bielke (died 1511), also known as Eerikki Tuurenpoika and Eric Tureson, royal councillor of Sweden, knighted, feudal fiefholder or margrave of Vyborg Castle.
Eric Birgersson Duke Eric Birgersson (c. 1250 - 17 December 1275) was a Swedish duke.
Eric Hermelin Eric Axel Hermelin, Baron Hermelin (June 22, 1860 – November 8, 1944) was a Swedish author and prolific translator of Persian works of literature.
Eric Ruuth Eric Ruuth (October 24, 1746, Stockholm – May 25, 1820) was a Swedish nobleman and the owner of Marsvinsholm Castle.
Erik Dahlbergh Count Erik Jönsson Dahlbergh (10 October 1625 – 16 January 1703) was a Swedish engineer, soldier, and field marshal, originally of peasant stock, he eventually rose to the level of nobility thro...
Erik Johansson Vasa Erik Johansson Vasa (1470 – 8 November 1520) was the Lord of Rydboholm Castle in the Roslagen.
Erik Marks von Würtemberg Erik Teodor Marks von Würtemberg (1861, Björnlunda – 1937) was a Swedish friherre, jurist, and politician.
Erik Wachtmeister Count Erik Wachtmeister born 1955, is the CEO and Founder of BestofAllWorlds.com The son of Swedish Ambassador Count Wilhelm Wachtmeister and Countess Ulla Wachtmeister, he earned a Master of Bu...
Erland von Koch Erland von Koch (26 April 1910 – 31 January 2009) was a Swedish composer.
Eskil Magnusson Eskil Magnusson was the lawspeaker of Västergötland in Sweden c. 1215–1227, and is the first attested lawspeaker in what is now Sweden about whom we have any extensive information.
Eva Dickson Eva Dickson, born Eva Lindström (Steninge Slott, Sigtuna 1905 – Calcutta, India, 22 April 1938), was a Swedish explorer, rally driver and writer.
Eva Ekeblad Eva Ekeblad (10 July 1724 – 15 May 1786), née Eva De la Gardie, was a Swedish agronomist, scientist, Salonist and noble (Countess).
Eva Helena Löwen Eva Helena Löwen (1743–1813), was a politically active Swedish noble socialite and royal favourite.
Evert Horn Evert Horn (June 11, 1585 – July 30, 1615) was a Swedish soldier.
Fabian von Fersen Baron Fabian von Fersen (February 7, 1626, Reval – July 30, 1677, Malmö) was a Swedish soldier and statesman, who received appointments Field Marshal, and then Governor General of the Scan...
Ferdinand von Wrangel Baron Ferdinand Friedrich Georg Ludwig von Wrangel (Фердина́нд Петро́вич Вра́нгель, Ferdinand Petrovich Vrangel; –) was a Baltic German explorer and seaman in Russian service, Honorable Mem...
Fief of Viborg Fief of Viborg or Margraviate of Wiburg 1320-1534, was for some two centuries a late medieval feudal fief in the southeastern border of Finland and the entire Swedish realm, held by its chat...
Filippa Hamilton Filippa Palmstierna Hamilton, also known as Filippa Hamilton-Palmstierna,, is a Swedish-French model.
Folke Bernadotte Folke Bernadotte, Count of Wisborg (Greve af Wisborg; 2 January 1895 – 17 September 1948) was a Swedish diplomat and nobleman noted for his negotiation of the release of about 31,000 prison...
Foreign nobility in Norway Foreign nobility in Norway refers to foreign persons and families of nobility who in past and present have lived in Norway as well as to Norwegians who have enjoyed foreign noble status.
Frederick Coyett Frederick Coyett, born in Stockholm or Moscow c. 1615, buried in Amsterdam, October 17, 1687, was a Swedish nobleman and the last colonial governor for the Dutch colony of Formosa.
Gaffron (nobility) Gaffron is the name of a noble family - classified as Uradel (German for 'ancient nobility') - from Silesia.
Georg Adlersparre Count Georg Adlersparre (March 28, 1760 – September 23, 1835) was a Swedish army commander, politician and writer.
Georg Carl von Döbeln Georg Carl von Döbeln (29 April 1758 – 16 February 1820) was a Swedish friherre (baron), Lieutenant General and war hero.
Georg Magnus Sprengtporten Count Georg Magnus Sprengtporten, or Göran Magnus Sprengtporten as he preferred to call himself, (December 16, 1740 - October 13, 1819) was a Swedish, Finnish and Russian politician, younger...
Georg Stiernhielm Georg Stiernhielm (August 7, 1598 – April 22, 1672) was a Swedish civil servant, linguist and poet.
Gerhard Louis De Geer Baron Gerhard Louis De Geer of Finspång (usually known as Louis De Geer; 27 November 185425 February 1935) was a Swedish politician, who served in the first chamber of the Riksdag 1901-14, w...
Germaine de Staël Anne Louise Germaine de Staël-Holstein (22 April 1766 – 14 July 1817), commonly known as Madame de Staël, was a French woman of letters of Swiss origin whose lifetime overlapped with the e...
Gertrud Adelborg Gertrud Virginia Adelborg (10 September 1853 in Karlskrona - 25 January 1942) was a Swedish active in the women's rights movement She was the daughter of Captain (naval) and noble Jacob Adelborg...
Gilbert Hamilton Greve Gilbert Hamilton was a highly decorated Swedish noble, holding Swedish, Finnish and German military honours.
Gillis Bildt Didrik Anders Gillis Bildt (16 October 1820 – 22 October 1894) was a Swedish parliamentarian, military officer, baron and prime minister 1888–1889.
Gregers Birgersson Gregers Birgersson (died January 15, 1276) Greger/Gregory/Gregorius was a Swedish knight and an illegitimate son of Birger Jarl of Bjälbo, of the Folkung family.
Gunilla Bielke Gunilla Bielke; Swedish: Gunilla Johansdotter Bielke af Åkerö (25 June 1568 – 19 July 1597) was Queen of Sweden as the second spouse King John III. Queen Gunilla is acknowledged to have acte...
Gunilla von Post Karin Adele Gunilla von Post Miller, usually Gunilla von Post, (July 10, 1932 – October 14, 2011) was a Swedish aristocrat noted for a book outlining an intimate relationship with John F. ...
Gunnar de Frumerie Per Gunnar Fredrik de Frumerie (20 July 1908, Nacka, Stockholm County — 9 September 1987, Täby, Stockholm County) was a Swedish composer and pianist.
Gustaf Adlerfelt Gustaf Adlerfelt (1671 – June 28, 1709) was a Swedish historical writer born near Stockholm, brother of Pehr Adlerfelt.
Gustaf Mauritz Armfelt Count Gustaf Mauritz Armfelt (31 March 1757, Tarvasjoki, Finland Proper – 19 August 1814, Tsarskoye Selo, Russia) was a Finnish and Swedish courtier and diplomat.
Gustaf Nordenskiöld Gustaf Nordenskiöld (29 June 1868 - June 6, 1895), Swedish scholar of Finnish-Swedish descent, a member of the Nordenskiöld family of scientists and the eldest son of polar explorer Baron Adolf ...
Gustaf Åkerhielm Friherre Johan Gustaf Nils Samuel Åkerhielm of Margaretelund was a politician, a baron, a landowner, member of the Riksdag from 1859 to 1866 and from 1870 to 1900, a Minister of Finance...
Gustav Evertsson Horn Baron Gustav Evertsson Horn of Marienburg (May 28, 1614 – February 27, 1666) was a Finnish-Swedish military and politician.
Gustav Horn, Count of Pori Count Gustav Horn af Björneborg (October 22, 1592 – May 10, 1657) was a Swedish/Finnish soldier and politician.
Gustav of Vasaborg Count Gustav Gustavsson of Vasaborg, 1st Count of Nystad (April 24, 1616 – October 25, 1653) was an illegitimate son of King Gustavus Adolphus (Gustav II Adolf) and his mistress Margareta Slots.
Gustav Trolle Gustav Eriksson Trolle (1488–1535) was Archbishop of Uppsala, Sweden, in two sessions, during the turbulent Reformation events.
Görvel Fadersdotter (Sparre) Görvel Fadersdotter (Sparre) (1509 or 1517 – 20 April 1605), was a Danish-Swedish (Scanian) landholder and county administrator.
Görwel Gyllenstierna Görwel Christina Carlsdotter Gyllenstierna (1646-1683) was a Swedish noblewoman.
Hans Christoff von Königsmarck Count Hans Christoff von Königsmarck, of Tjust (March 4, 1600 – March 8, 1663), son of Conrad von Königsmarck and Beatrix von Blumenthal, was a Swedish-German soldier who commanded Sweden'...
Hedvig Eleonora Stenbock Hedvig Eleonora Stenbock (1658–1714) was a Swedish noble and lady-in-waiting; daughter of Count Erik Stenbock and related to queen Katarina Stenbock; sister of the political salonist Magdalena S...
Hedvig Eleonora von Fersen Hedvig Eleonora von Fersen (2 Jule 1753–8 November 1792, Pisa) was a Swedish noble, lady in waiting to the Swedish queen, Sophia Magdalena of Denmark.
Hedvig Taube Hedvig Ulrika Taube also Countess von Hessenstein was a Swedish noble and salonist, official royal mistress to King Frederick I of Sweden.
Helena, Marchioness of Northampton Elin Ulfsdotter Snakenborg, Marchioness of Northampton, also known as Helena, and Helena the Red for her red hair, (1548/1549 – 10 April 1635) was a Swedish-born noblewoman, Ma...
Helga Fägerskiöld Helga Davida Fägerskiöld (30 September 1871 in Härna - 25 September 1958 in New York), was a Swedish baroness, and an accused in a famous Swedish murder trial and cause célèbre: the so calle...
Helge Palmcrantz Helge Palmcrantz (1842 – 1880), Swedish inventor and industrialist, was born in Hammerdal, in the province of Jämtland, the son of a captain in the Jämtlands fältjägarregemente.
Helge von Koch Niels Fabian Helge von Koch (25 January 1870 – 11 March 1924) was a Swedish mathematician who gave his name to the famous fractal known as the Koch snowflake, one of the earliest fractal curves ...
Hendrik Carloff Henry Carloff or Henrik Caerloff , and several other variants (Finland ?, 1621/22-?, after 1684) began his career as a cabin boy, but rose to a soldier, clerk, auditor, payroll administrat...
Henrik af Trolle Henrik af Trolle was a Swedish naval officer and commander of the Swedish archipelago fleet.
Henrik Fleming Henrik Klasson Fleming was a member of the Swedish nobility and admiral, diplomat and lord marshal.
Henrik Horn Henrik Horn (May 22, 1618 – February 22, 1693) was a freiherr, military, field marshal (1665), admiral (1677) and member of the Privy Council of Sweden (1677).
Henrik Klasson Horn Henrik Klasson Horn af Kanckas was a Swedish army commander, officer and gentleman of Kanka.
Henrik von Rehbinder Henrik von Rehbinder (1604–1680) was a Swedish soldier and Friherre of the Udriku estate in Swedish Estonia.
Henrika Juliana von Liewen Henrika Juliana von Liewen (16 February 1709 – 26 August 1779) was a Swedish noble, socialite and lady-in-waiting, believed to have been politically active on behalf of the Hats (party) during t...
Henrikki Laavunpoika of Kankainen Knight Henrikki Laavunpoika or Henrik Klasson, lord of Kankainen and Haapaniemi, of Töytärinhovi etc., according to some anachronistic literature surnamed "Horn af Kanckas" (c.1512&nd...
Herbert Olivecrona Axel Herbert Olivecrona (July 11, 1891 – January 1980) was a Swedish professor and brain surgeon, credited with founding the field of Swedish neurosurgery, and pioneering developments in modern ...
Herman Wrangel Herman Wrangel, born either 1584 or 1587 in Livonia, and he died December 10, 1643.
Hilma af Klint Hilma af Klint (October 26, 1862– October 21, 1944) was a Swedish artist and mystic whose paintings were amongst the first abstract art.
Hjalmar Hammarskjöld Knut Hjalmar Leonard Hammarskjöld (February 4, 1862 – October 12, 1953) was a Swedish politician, scholar, cabinet minister, Member of Parliament from 1923 to 1938 (first chamber), and Prime Min...
Holger Crafoord Holger Crafoord (1908 – 1982) was a Swedish industrialist and founded Gambro along with Nils Alwall, a company that would commercialize Alwall's research into artificial kidneys.
House of Nobility (Sweden) The House of Nobility (Riddarhuset) in Stockholm, Sweden, maintains records and acts as an interest group on behalf of the Swedish nobility.
Ian Wachtmeister Count Ian Melcher Shering Wachtmeister af Johannishus (born 24 December 1932) is a Swedish industrialist and far-right politician.
Ingeborg Tott Lady Ingeborg Åkesdotter Tott (or Ingeborg Aagesdotter of the Thott), in her lifetime called Ingeborg Åkesdotter (1440s–1507), was a Swedish noble, the consort of the Swedish...
Ingrid Ylva Ingrid Ylva of Bjelbo (born c. 1180s, died c. 1250–1255), was a Swedish noblewoman, the wife of Magnus Minnesköld of Bjälbo and the mother of regent Birger Jarl.
Iosif Igelström Count Otto Heinrich Igelström (Otto Henrik Igelström, Игельстрем, Иосиф Андреевич, Iosif Andreyevich Igelström; 7 May 1737 - 1823) was a Russian general from the noble Swedish family of Igel...
Jacob De la Gardie Field Marshal and Count Jacob Pontusson De la Gardie (Reval, 20 June 1583 - Stockholm, 22 August 1652) was a statesman and a soldier of the Swedish Empire.
Jacob Johan Hastfer Jacob Johan Hastfer (11 December 1647 – 24 December 1695) was a Swedish officer and governor of the Livonia province between 1687 and 1695.
Jacob Magnus Sprengtporten Jacob Magnus Sprengtporten (1727 – 2 April 1786) was a Swedish and Finnish officer and politician, and half-brother of Georg Magnus Sprengtporten.
Jeanna von Lantingshausen Johanna "Jeanna" von Lantingshausen, née von Stockenström, (1753-1809), was a Swedish noble and courtier.
Jennifer Westfeldt Jennifer Westfeldt (born February 2, 1970) is an American actress and screenwriter known for the 2001 hit independent film Kissing Jessica Stein, her 2004 Tony nomination for Wonderful Tow...
Jesper Crusebjörn Jesper Ingevald Crusebjörn (24 July 1843, in Grödinge, Stockholm County, Sweden – 24 June 1904, in Umeå, Sweden) was a Swedish politician and officer of the Swedish Army, eventually attain...
Jesper Mattson Cruus af Edeby Jesper Mattson Cruus af Edeby (1576–1622) was a Swedish soldier and politician, being appointed Privy Councilor in 1612, Field Marshal in 1615, Lord High Treasurer in 1615, and Governor of Riga ...
Johan August Gripenstedt Baron Johan August Gripenstedt (11 August 1813 – 13 July 1874) was a Swedish businessman and politician.
Johan August Sandels Count Johan August Sandels (August 31, 1764 – January 22, 1831) was a Swedish soldier and politician, being appointed Governor of Norway (Riksståthållare in Swedish, Rigsstatholder...
Johan Banér Johan Banér (23 June 1596 – 10 May 1641) was a Swedish Field Marshal in the Thirty Years' War.
Johan Björnsson Printz Johan Björnsson Printz (July 20, 1592 – May 3, 1663) was governor from 1643 until 1653 of the Swedish colony of New Sweden on the Delaware River in North America.
Johan Christopher Toll Count Johan Christopher Toll (1 February 1743 – 21 May 1817), Swedish statesman and soldier, was born at Mölleröd in Scania (now part of Hässleholm Municipality, Skåne County).
Johan Gabriel Oxenstierna Count Johan Gabriel Oxenstierna (19 July 1750 – 29 July 1818) is considered one of the foremost Swedish poets of the Gustavian period.
Jonas Alströmer Jonas Alströmer (7 January 1685 – 2 June 1761) was a pioneer of agriculture and industry in Sweden.
Jonas Lidströmer Jonas Lidströmer (1755–1808) was a Swedish inventor and officer in the Swedish navy.
Josephine Sparre Josephine Sophie Anette Charlotte Sparre af Söfdeborg, (28 July 1829, Dyrendal, Norway – 17 August 1892), called Jossan or Schossan, was a Swedish noble, lady-in-waiting and a royal ...
Julie Berwald Julie Mathilda Berwald (14 October 1822 in Stockholm – 1 January 1877) was a Swedish concert and opera singer.
Karl Gustav von Löwenwolde Count Karl Gustav von Löwenwolde (17th century - April 30, 1735 Räpina) (Karl Gustaw von Loewenwolde, Левенвольде, Карл Густав, Kārlis Gustavs Lēvenvolde) was a Russian diplomat and military com...
Karl Olivecrona Karl Olivecrona (25 October 1897, Norrbärke – 1980) was a Swedish lawyer and legal philosopher: He studied law at Uppsala from 1915 to 1920 and was a pupil of Axel Hägerström, the spiritual fath...
Katarina Bengtsdotter Gylta Katarina Bengtsdotter Gylta, in Latin: Catharina Benedicta, was a Swedish nun of the Bridgettine Order, Abbess of Vadstena Abbey in 1553–1564 and 1565–1593.
Klas Hansson Bjelkenstjerna Baron Klas Hansson Bjelkenstjerna (also Claës Hansson Bjelkenstjerna or Bielkenstjerna) (24 April 1615 – 30 July 1662) was a Swedish naval officer and civil servant.
Klaus Fleming Baron Clas Eriksson Fleming (Klaus Fleming) (1535, Pargas, Sweden – 13 April 1597, Pohja, Sweden) was a Finnish-born member of the Swedish nobility and admiral, who played an important rol...
Knud Porse Knud Pedersen Porse or Canute Porse (died 30 May 1330) was a medieval Danish nobleman and Duke of Samsø, Duke of Halland, and Duke of Estonia.
Lars von Engeström Count Lars von Engeström (1751–1826) was a Swedish statesman and diplomat.
Lennart Torstenson Lennart Torstenson, Count of Ortala, Baron of Virestad, was a Swedish Field Marshal and military engineer.
Lennart Torstensson Lennart Torstensson, Count of Ortala, Baron of Virestad (17 August 1603 – 7 April 1651), was a Swedish Field Marshal and military engineer.
Lennart von Post Ernst Jakob Lennart von Post (June 16, 1884 - January 11, 1951) was a Swedish naturalist and geologist.
Leonard Gyllenhaal Leonard Gyllenhaal (3 December 1752 – 13 May 1840) was a Swedish military officer and entomologist.
Lisbet Palme Anna Lisbet Christina Palme, née Beck-Friis is a former chairman of UNICEF, educated as a child psychologist.
Lolotte Forssberg Lolotte (Fredrika Charlotte) Forssberg (1766–1840) was a Swedish noble and lady-in-waiting, later countess Stenbock.
Lord Marshal (Sweden) Lantmarskalk, or "Lord Marshal", was the title of one of the speakers of the Swedish Riksdag of the Estates, from 1627 to 1866 and of the Diet of Grand Duchy of Finland from 1809 to 1906.
Lotten von Kræmer Lotten (Charlotte Louise) von Kræmer (6 August 1828, Stockholm - 23 December 1912, Stockholm), was a Swedish Baroness, writer, poet, philatrophist and a women's rights activist.
Louis De Geer (1587-1652) Louis De Geer (Liège, 17 November 1587 – Amsterdam, 19 June 1652) was a Walloon/Dutch merchant and industrialist.
Louis De Geer (1587–1652) Louis De Geer (Liège, 17 November 1587 – Amsterdam, 19 June 1652) was a Walloon/Dutch merchant and industrialist.
Louis Gerhard De Geer Baron Louis Gerard De Geer of Finspång (18 July 181824 September 1896) was a Swedish statesman and writer.
Louis Palander Adolf Arnold Louis Palander af Vega was a Swedish naval officer, mostly remembered as the captain on Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld's Vega expedition, the first successful attempt to navigate the North...
Louis Sparre Count Pehr Louis Sparre (August 3, 1863 – October 26, 1964) was a Swedish painter, designer and draughtsman, most noted for his early work in the Finnish national romanticism and jugend styles.
Louise Boije af Gennäs Louise Gunvor Catharina Lagercrantz Boije af Gennäs (born Boije af Gennäs 1 November 1961) is a Swedish writer, feminist, and co-creator of Rederiet, the longest-running Swedish soap ope...
Louise Wachtmeister Countess Louise Wachtmeister (born 28 April 1978) is a Swedish entrepreneur, athlete, and political activist.
Magdalena Rudenschöld Magdalena Charlotta Rudenschöld, commonly known as Malla Rudenschöld and privately as Malin Rudenschöld (January 1, 1766 – March 5, 1823 in Stockholm, Sweden), was a member of the Sw...
Magdalena Stenbock Magdalena Stenbock (1649-1727), was a politically active Swedish Noble (countess) and salon holder.
Maggie Gyllenhaal Margaret Ruth "Maggie" Gyllenhaal (born November 16, 1977) is an American actress.
Magnate Magnate, from the Late Latin magnas, a great man, itself from Latin magnus 'great', designates a noble or other man in a high social position, by birth, wealth or other qualities.
Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie Count Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie (15 October 1622 – 26 April 1686) was a Swedish statesman and military man.
Magnus Jacob Crusenstolpe Magnus Jacob Crusenstolpe (1795–1865), Swedish historian, early became famous both as a political and a historical writer.
Magnus Minniskiöld Magnus Minniskiöld (also spelled Minnisköld or Minnesköld —) was a medieval Swedish Lawspeaker from the House of Bjelbo.
Magnus Stenbock Count Magnus Gustafsson Stenbock (August 12, 1664 – February 23, 1717) was a Swedish military officer at the time of the Great Northern War.
Magnus Uggla Per Allan Magnus Claësson Uggla is a Swedish artist, composer, actor, and occasional radio host known for his satirical lyrics.
Malcolm Sinclair (Swedish nobleman) Malcolm Sinclair (1690 - June 17, 1739) was a Swedish officer, nobleman and envoy who was murdered by two Russian officers on his way home from the Ottoman Empire.
Margareta Alströmer Margareta Hedvig Alströmer, as married Cronstedt af Fullerö, (12 December 1763 – 19 February 1816), was a Swedish painter, singer and countess.
Margareta Brahe Margareta Abrahamsdotter Brahe (1603–1669) was a Swedish noble and lady-in-waiting and a Landgravine of Hesse-Homburg.
Margareta Dume Margareta "Greta" Lambrektsdotter Dume, often referred to as Greta Dume, (d.
Margareta Eriksdotter Vasa Margareta Eriksdotter Vasa (1497 – 31 December 1536), also called Margareta Vasa and Margareta of Hoya, was a Swedish noblewoman, sister of king Gustav I of Sweden.
Maria Aurora of Königsmarck Countess Maria Aurora von Königsmarck (sv: Aurora Königsmarck) (28 August 1662 – 16 February 1728) was a Swedish noblewoman of Brandenburg extraction and mistress of Augustus the Strong, Ele...
Maria Aurora Uggla Maria Aurora Uggla, married name Ehrengranat (1747–1826), was a Swedish lady in waiting and noble.
Maria Aurora von Königsmarck Countess Maria Aurora von Königsmarck (sv: Aurora Königsmarck) (28 August 1662 – 16 February 1728) was a Swedish noblewoman of Brandenburg extraction and mistress of Augustus the Stron...
Maria Cederschiöld Maria Cederschiöld (1856–1935) was a Swedish journalist and a suffragette.
Martina von Schwerin Martina von Schwerin, née Martina Törngren (3 January 1789 in Gothenburg – 18 November 1875 in Gothenburg), was a Swedish Lady of letters, salonist and culture personality.
Mary von Rosen Mary von Rosen (née Mary Fock) (1886 -1967) was born in Sweden.
Mathilda d'Orozco Mathilda Valeria Beatrix d'Orozco also by marriage known as Cenami, Montgomery-Cederhjelm and Gyllenhaal, (14 June 1796 – 19 October 1863) was a Swedish (originally Spanish...
Mathilda Grabow Mathilda Grabow (23 May 1852 – 29 May 1940), was a Swedish opera singer (soprano).
Metta Fock Metta (or Mätta) Charlotta Fock, née Ridderbjelke (10 June 1765 - 7 November 1810 Fägredsmon, Västergötland), was a Swedish noble and sentenced murderer.
Michaela Dornonville de la Cour Maria Susanna Michaela Dornonville de la Cour, also known simply as Michaela De la Cour or De la Cour, is best known as a singer in the Swedish pop music group Army of Lovers.
Märta Eketrä Märta Elisabeth Margareta Eketrä (1851-1894), was a Swedish lady-in-waiting, favorite of the Swedish Queen Sophia of Nassau.
Märta Helena Reenstierna Märta Helena Reenstierna (16 September 1753 – 12 January 1841), also von Schnell, known as Årstafrun (English: "The Årsta lady"), was a Swedish diary writer.
Märta Ulfsdotter Märta Ulfsdotter (1319-1371) was a Swedish noble and lady in waiting.
Nicodemus Tessin the Elder Nicodemus Tessin the Elder (Nicodemus Tessin den äldre) (December 7, 1615 in Stralsund – May 24, 1681 in Stockholm) was an important Swedish architect.
Nicodemus Tessin the Younger Count Nicodemus Tessin the Younger (May 23, 1654 – April 10, 1728) was a Swedish Baroque architect, city planner, and administrator.
Niels Jonsson Stromberg af Clastorp Niels Jonsson Stromberg af Clastorp (March 25, 1646 – August 16, 1723) was a Swedish soldier and Governor-General of Swedish Estonia from 1706 to 1709.
Nils Bielke Count Nils Bielke (7 February 1644, Stockholm – 26 November 1716) was a member of the High Council of Sweden, military and politician.
Nils Bielke (1792–1845) Count Nils Bielke (1792–1845) was a Gentleman of the Bedchamber of the King of Sweden and the head of the comital house of Bielke, counts of Salsta and Holy Roman Counts of Torgelow.
Nils Brahe Count Nils Brahe (October 14, 1604 – November 21, 1632) was a Swedish soldier and younger brother of Per Brahe.
Nils Ericson Friherre Nils Ericson (31 January 1802 – 8 September 1870) was a Swedish mechanical engineer (as was his younger brother John Ericsson, who emigrated to England and then the USA).
Nils Gustaf Nordenskiöld Nils Gustaf Nordenskiöld (October 12, 1792, Mäntsälä – February 2, 1866) was a mineralogist and a traveller.
Nils Turesson Bielke Nils Turesson Bielke was a Swedish statesman, member of the privy council, son of Ture Pedersson Bielke.
Nils von Dardel Nils Elias Christoffer von Dardel (sign: Nils Dardel) (25 October 1888 – 25 May 1943), was a Swedish Post-Impressionist painter.
Ointroducerad Adels Förening Ointroducerad Adels Förening is an association of noble families living in Sweden, that have not been "introduced" at the Swedish House of Nobility.
Olof Rudbeck the Younger Olaus Rudbeckius, junior or Olof Rudbeck (d.y.) (1660–1740) is a Swedish explorer, scientist, and the son of Olaus Rudbeck Sr, Rudbeck Jr. He succeeded his father as professor of medicine at...
Olof von Dalin Olof von Dalin (29 August 1708 – 12 August 1763) was a Swedish nobleman, poet, historian and courtier.
Oscar Carl Gustav Ankarcrona Oscar Carl Gustav Ankarcrona (born 10 June 1857), was a Huntsman-Major of the Court of the King of Sweden, Major of the Swedish Army, etc., son of Conrad Victor Ankarcrona (1823–1912), Grand Mas...
Oscar Dickson Baron Oscar Dickson, or Oskar Dickson (December 2, 1823 – June 6, 1897) was a Swedish magnate, bulk merchant, industrialist and philanthropist from a family of Scottish origin.
Oscar Reutersvärd Oscar Reutersvärd (November 29, 1915 – February 2, 2002), widely acknowledged as "the father of the impossible figure", was a Swedish graphic artist who in 1934 pioneered the art of 3D drawings ...
Oskar Bonde Oskar "Ossi" Bonde, Carl Oskar Torkelsson Bonde af Björnö, born January 24, 1979, is a Swedish drummer in the rock duo Johnossi.
Otto Nordenskiöld Nils Otto Gustaf Nordenskjöld (December 6, 1869 – June 2, 1928) was a Finnish and Swedish geologist, geographer, and polar explorer.
Otto Nordenskjöld Nils Otto Gustaf Nordenskjöld (December 6, 1869 – June 2, 1928) was a Finnish and Swedish geologist, geographer, and polar explorer.
Otto Ottoson Vellingk Otto Ottoson Vellingk (1649-1708) was a Swedish general during the Great Northern War.
Otto Vellingk Otto Ottoson Vellingk (1649-1708) was a Swedish general during the Great Northern War.
Otto Wilhelm Königsmarck Count Otto Wilhelm Königsmarck (5 January 1639 – 5 September 1688) was a Swedish military officer from Minden.
Paus Paus (earlier spellings include Pauss and de Paus) is a Norwegian family that is, according to S.H. Finne-Grønn, descended in the male line from Hans Olufsson (ca.
Pehr Adlerfelt Baron Pehr Adlerfelt (1680–1743) was brother of Gustaf Adlerfelt.
Pehr G. Gyllenhammar Pehr Gustaf Gyllenhammar (born 28 April 1935, in Gothenburg) is a Swedish businessman.
Pehr Gyllenhammar Pehr Gustaf Victor Gyllenhammar (23 April 1901, Gothenburg – 22 November 1988, Gothenburg) was a Swedish insurance company executive.
Per Abraham Örnsköld Per Abraham Örnsköld (18 November 1720 – 16 April 1791) was a Swedish nobleman, with the title of count, whose notability in his country's history stems from his dedication to the able managemen...
Per Brahe the Younger Count Per Brahe the Younger (18 February 1602 – 2 September 1680) was a Swedish soldier and statesman.
Per Stålhammar Per Stålhammar (born Per Jönsson; c. 1612–January 8, 1701) was a Swedish military officer and soldier under the rule of Gustavus Adolphus, Christina, Charles X, and Charles XI. Stålhammar ...
Peter Celsing Peter Celsing (January 29, 1920 Stockholm-March 16, 1974) was a Swedish modernist architect.
Philip Christoph von Königsmarck Philip Christoph von Königsmarck or Philipp Christoph Königsmarck, (Stade, 4 March 1665 – 2 July 1694, Hanover) was a Swedish count of Brandenburgian extraction and a soldier.
Pontus De la Gardie Pontus De la Gardie was a French nobleman and general in the service of Denmark and Sweden.
Povel Ramel Baron Povel Karl Henric Ramel (June 1, 1922 - June 5, 2007) was a Swedish entertainer.
Ragnvald Ulfsson Ragnvald Ulfsson the Old (beginning 11th century) was a jarl of Västergötland or Östergötland, and married to a sister of Olav Tryggvason.
Reduction (Sweden) The reductions in Sweden (Reduktion) were the return to the Crown of the fiefs that had been granted to the Swedish nobility.
Reinhold Johan von Fersen Reinhold Johan von Fersen (1646, Tallinn – 1716, Stockholm) was the governor of Västerbotten County from 1688 to 1692 and of Halland County from 1705 to 1710.
Robert Lichton Robert Lichton (1631–1692) (a.k.a.: Leighton, Lichtoun, Lichtone, Lyton), Lord of Ulishaven, Forfarshire, Scotland and Lord of Tervik.
Russian bayors Bayors, baijorer, ryssbaijorer a Swedish transmogrification of бояринъ ‘boyar’, designating in the early modern era all Russian noblemen in general, and particularly a group of Russian noble fa...
Rutger Macklean Rutger Macklean (28 July 1742 - 14 January 1816) also Rutger Macklier II, was a driving figure in the reorganization of agricultural lands in Sweden that made possible large-scale farming ...
Rutger von Ascheberg Count Rutger von Ascheberg (June 2, 1621 – April 17, 1693) was a soldier, officer and civil servant in Swedish service, being appointed Lieutenant General in 1670, General in 1674, Field Marshal...
Samuel Klingenstierna Samuel Klingenstierna (1698–1765) was a very renowned Swedish mathematician and scientist.
Seat farm Seat farm (Danish: sædegård; Norwegian: setegård/setegard; Swedish: sätesgård or säteri; Finnish: säteriratsutila) was in the Kingdom of Denmark, the Kingdom of Norway, t...
Sigrid Eskilsdotter (Banér) Sigrid Eskilsdotter (Banér) (died 1528), was a Swedish noble, the mother of the Swedish regent Christina Gyllenstierna and the maternal grandmother of King Gustav Vasa of Sweden.
Sigrid Sparre Sigrid Sparre (Sigrid Maria Josefina Ingeborg Richissa Eufemia Ulfhild; 1 September 1825 – 17 November 1910) was a Swedish lady in waiting and noblewoman, known for her relationship wi...
Sigrid Sture Sigrid Svantesdotter Sture, was a Swedish noble, Governor of Stranda Hundred from 1577 to 1613.
Sophie Adlersparre Carin Sophie Adlersparre née Leijonhufvud (Helgerum in Västrum in Kalmar County, Sweden, 6 July 1823 – 27 June 1895), was a women's rights activist, publisher, editor, writer and friheri...
Sophie Mannerheim Baroness Sophie Mannerheim (1863-1928) A famous nurse known as pioneer of modern nursing in Finland.
Sophie Piper Eva Sophie Piper (30 March 1757 - 2 February 1816, Löfstad Slott), née Sophie von Fersen, was a Swedish noble and lady in waiting.
Sophie von Knorring Sophie Margareta Zelow von Knorring, (28 September 1797 – 13 February 1848), was a Swedish novelist and noble.
Sten Sture the Elder Sten Sture the Elder (Sten Sture den äldre; 1440 – 14 December 1503) was a Swedish statesman and regent of Sweden from (1470–1497 and 1501–1503).
Sten Sture the Younger Sten Sture the Younger (Sten Sture den yngre), Lord of Ekesiö (1493 – 3 February 1520), was a Swedish statesman and regent of Sweden, during the era of the Kalmar Union.
Stephen Gyllenhaal Stephen Roark Gyllenhaal (born October 4, 1949) is an American film director and poet.
Svante Stensson Sture Svante Stensson Sture or Svante Sture the Younger (born 1 May 1517 in Stockholm, d. 24 May 1567 in the Sture Murders at Uppsala Castle) was a Swedish count, riksmarsk and statesman.
Sven Hedin Sven Anders Hedin, KNO1kl RVO, (19 February 1865 – 26 November 1952) was a Swedish geographer, topographer, explorer, photographer, travel writer, and illustrator of his own works.
Sven Ranck Sven Ranck (1616–1684) was a Swedish statesman.
Sven-Bertil Taube Sven-Bertil Gunnar Evert Taube (born 24 November 1934) is a Swedish singer and actor.
Svinhufvud family The Svinhufvud family is a Swedish noble family that was created to be mine owners for the Kopparberg mines in Dalarna, Sweden.
Swedish ancient nobility The Swedish nobility has historically been a legally and/or socially privileged class in Sweden, part of the so-called frälse.
Swedish House of Nobility The Swedish House of Nobility maintains records and acts as an interest group on behalf of the Swedish nobility.
Swedish jarls In Sweden, members of medieval royal families, such as the House of Stenkil and House of Bjelbo, held the title of jarl before their accession to the throne.
Swedish nobility The Swedish nobility (Adeln) has historically been a legally and/or socially privileged class in Sweden, and part of the so-called frälse (a derivation from Old Swedish meaning free neck).
Taube family Taube is a Baltic German noble family, originally from Westphalia (probably the Bishopric of Minden in the 12th century).
Wilhelm Wachtmeister Count Wilhelm Hans Fredrik Wachtmeister (born 1923) is a Swedish career diplomat who served as the Swedish Ambassador to the United States for 15 years from 1974 to 1989, eventually becoming the...