Person:Torer Ogmundsson (1)

Torer Ogmundsson
b.est 1365 Norway
d.bet 1397 and 1401 Sauherad, Telemark, Norway
  1. Torleiv OgmundssonEst 1355 -
  2. Åvald OgmundssonEst 1358 -
  3. Bjørn OgmundssonEst 1360 - Bef 1404
  4. Torer OgmundssonEst 1365 - Bet 1397 & 1401
m.
  1. Hallvard Toresson LindemEst 1395 -
Facts and Events
Name Torer Ogmundsson
Gender Male
Birth[5] est 1365 Norway
Marriage marriage probably not officially recognized
to Margrete Hallvardsdatter Vrålstad
Occupation[1] Sauherad, Telemark, Norwayprest/priest
Death[1][2] bet 1397 and 1401 Sauherad, Telemark, Norway

Levde sammen med Margrete Hallvardsdatter fra Vrålstad, slik mange prester hadde frille på 1300-tallet.[3][4]


English notes (including translation of above): He received half of Klevar in Sauherad from Bjørn Torleivsson (his uncle) in 1397.[1][2] His brother Bjørn received the other half. He lived with Margrete Hallvardsdatter from Vrålstad; many priests had mistresses in the 1300's.[3][4]

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Kirkeby, Birger. Bygdebok for Sauherad, gards og ættesoge. (Sauherad: Utgjevar Sauherad kommune, 1980-1988)
    4:100, Lindheim.

    'sira Torer Ogmundsson [child of Ogmund Torleivsson], prest i Sauherad, g m Margareta Hallvardsd. frå Vrålstad i Drangedal, fekk den andre halvparten av Klevar i 1397, ...
    'Etter Rolleiv ser det ut til at sira Torer Ogmundsson - eller helst enka hans - Margareta Hallvardsdotter - flytta til Lindheim. Ho kan ha vore den hustru Margareta på Lindheim som er nemnd tidleg på 1400-talet (RB 9).'

    translation (with help from Google translate): Father Torer Ogmundsson [child of Ogmund Torleivsson], priest in Sauherad, married to Margareta Hallvardsdatter from Vrålstad in Drangedal, received the other half of Klevar in 1397.
    After Rolleiv it seems that Torer Ogmundsson - or rather his widow - Margareta Hallvardsdatter - moved to Lindheim. She may have been the Mrs. Margareta of Lindheim referred to in the early 1400's (RB 9).

    As this was prior to the Reformation, Torer's marriage to Margareta was not likely officially recognized.

  2. 2.0 2.1 Kirkeby, Birger. Bygdebok for Sauherad, gards og ættesoge. (Sauherad: Utgjevar Sauherad kommune, 1980-1988)
    3:91, Klevar.

    'sira Torer Ogmundsson [child of Ogmund Torleivsson], nemnd 1397, d før 1401, "g m" Margareta Hallvardsdotter, fekk halve Klevar i 1397.'

    translation (with help from Google translate): Father Torer Ogmundsson [child of Ogmund Torleivsson], mentioned in 1397, died before 1401, "married to" Margareta Hallvardsdatter, received half of Klevar in 1397.

    The quotation marks suggest that the "marriage" might not have been officially recognized (given that Torer was a priest).

  3. 3.0 3.1 Kirkeby, Birger. Bygdebok for Sauherad, gards og ættesoge. (Sauherad: Utgjevar Sauherad kommune, 1980-1988)
    3:869.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Holtan, Inger. Ekteskap, Frillelevnad og hor i norsk høgmellomalder. (Universitetsforlaget, 1996).
  5. Birth year estimated based on estimated birth years of his son and his grandfather.