Louise Flodin was born in 1828.
Louise Flodin died in 1923.
It is very unusual but some persons in Sweden have the last name Unis. But if it is a swedish name I don't know.
No, it is German.
No its German.
Christer Flodin was born on September 1, 1948, in Stockholm, Sweden.
Only rarely with that spelling. Carlson is the English version of the last name Karlsson which indeed is a Swedish.
sson in it, like andersson or pettersson, 20 percent have this syntax.
It is of the Swedish origin.
Yes it is. It's the last name of a rather famous football player
No, but it is a Swedish company. It's called Sandvik because it's based in a Swedish town called Sandviken.
Irish, Dutch, Swedish
My last name is Fisk :) It's Swedish
The name Pollock is Scottish in origin, but is strongly Swedish in the last few centuries.
My great, great grandfather's birth name was William Taus and he and his ancestors were full Swedish. So it's Swedish.
Rydberg is a Swedish name for a woodland mountain clearing.
Swedish. It means "son of Ander"
This Swedish last name is pronounced SKARSH-gord.
Generally Scandinavian, mainly swedish, but in this spelling Scottish. My husbands last name is Neilson and his family is Scottish with some Swedish history.
The name, "Bergson" sounds like and is spelled like a Swedish name.
The last name Tjerlund means energetic and ambitious.
the name Blix is a swedish name and origonally was Blixt. It means joy or cheer.
The name of Swedish currency is the Swedish Krona (SEK).