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Godred IV CrovanAge: 65 years10301095

Name
Godred IV Crovan
Given names
Godred IV
Surname
Crovan
Source: Barfod Sagaen
Publication: 1992 København
Citation details: Side 6

Godred Haraldsson Crovan

Name
Godred Haraldsson Crovan
Given names
Godred Haraldsson
Surname
Crovan
Birth about 1030
Source: Barfod Sagaen
Publication: 1992 København
Citation details: Side 6
Publication: The Mansk-Svenska Publishing Co., 1981 Peel
Citation details: Side 29, 33
Occupation
Konge på Isle of Man, Islay m.v.
yes

Misc September 25, 1066 (Age 36 years)
Publication: The Mansk-Svenska Publishing Co., 1981 Peel
Citation details: side 53
Note: The year 1066 was one of the major years in British as it was that in which the battles of Stamford Bridge and Hastings took place and, if the former battle had not been fought, the result of the latter might well have been different. Edward the Confessor died in january 1066, and Harald Godwinsson was elected to follow him. However Harald the Ruthless of Norway also had a claim to the english throne, as had William the Bastard of Normandy. Harald Godwinsson defeatet Harald the Ruthless and his Nordic allies at the battle at Stamford Bridge, a battle in which the latter king was killed. ....As has been mentioned, Godred Crovan - who was married to Ragnhild, a daughter of Harald the Ruthless - took part in the battle of Stamford Bridge and after it was over he went to the Isle of Man to his cousin Godred II Sigtryggson, who "received him with honour".
Misc 1079 (Age 49 years)

Source: Barfod Sagaen
Publication: 1992 København
Citation details: Side 6
Note: 1079-1095 Konge på Isle of Man
Misc 1079 (Age 49 years)

Publication: The Mansk-Svenska Publishing Co., 1981 Peel
Citation details: side 54
Note:

In 1075 Godred Crovan attacked the Isle of Man and aalthoug he was defeated Finngal was (If the danish historian Woersaa is correct) killed in the battle. In any event, there doesn't appear to be any records after 1075 of Finngall. Godred Crovan seems to have made another unsuccesful attack on the Isle of Man bbetween 1075 and 1079. In 1079, he launched a third attack on the island, this time at Ramsey and defeated the Manx decisively at the Battle of Skye Hill. Se endvidere siderne 62 - 66 om Godred Crovans tid som konge af Man med videre.

Miscyes

Note: I nogle århundreder var det således norske vikinger, der sad som konger på Isle of Man, og fra disse skal Barfodslægten stamme. I de første år
Death about 1095 (Age 65 years)
Source: Barfod Sagaen
Publication: 1992 København
Citation details: Side 1

BirthBarfod Sagaen
Publication: 1992 København
Citation details: Side 6
BirthThe three legs go to Scandinavia.
Publication: The Mansk-Svenska Publishing Co., 1981 Peel
Citation details: Side 29, 33
MiscNow through a glass darkly :The history of the Isle of Man under the Nors
Publication: The Mansk-Svenska Publishing Co., 1981 Peel
Citation details: side 53
MiscBarfod Sagaen
Publication: 1992 København
Citation details: Side 6
MiscNow through a glass darkly :The history of the Isle of Man under the Nors
Publication: The Mansk-Svenska Publishing Co., 1981 Peel
Citation details: side 54
NameBarfod Sagaen
Publication: 1992 København
Citation details: Side 6
DeathBarfod Sagaen
Publication: 1992 København
Citation details: Side 1
Misc

The year 1066 was one of the major years in British as it was that in which the battles of Stamford Bridge and Hastings took place and, if the former battle had not been fought, the result of the latter might well have been different. Edward the Confessor died in january 1066, and Harald Godwinsson was elected to follow him. However Harald the Ruthless of Norway also had a claim to the english throne, as had William the Bastard of Normandy. Harald Godwinsson defeatet Harald the Ruthless and his Nordic allies at the battle at Stamford Bridge, a battle in which the latter king was killed. ....As has been mentioned, Godred Crovan - who was married to Ragnhild, a daughter of Harald the Ruthless - took part in the battle of Stamford Bridge and after it was over he went to the Isle of Man to his cousin Godred II Sigtryggson, who "received him with honour".

Misc

1079-1095 Konge på Isle of Man

Misc

In 1075 Godred Crovan attacked the Isle of Man and aalthoug he was defeated Finngal was (If the danish historian Woersaa is correct) killed in the battle. In any event, there doesn't appear to be any records after 1075 of Finngall. Godred Crovan seems to have made another unsuccesful attack on the Isle of Man bbetween 1075 and 1079. In 1079, he launched a third attack on the island, this time at Ramsey and defeated the Manx decisively at the Battle of Skye Hill. Se endvidere siderne 62 - 66 om Godred Crovans tid som konge af Man med videre.

Misc

I nogle århundreder var det således norske vikinger, der sad som konger på Isle of Man, og fra disse skal Barfodslægten stamme. I de første år