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Later that year Bjorgolf made a trip to Leka Island. He brought thirty men with him. He visited Hogni’s home and was warmly welcomed. The warmness did not last very long.
Bjorgolf informed Hogni that he had come to Leka Island for one purpose only; to take Hildrid in a loose and immediate marriage. Hogni realized he had no choice as Bjorgolf’s thirty men moved to encircle him. Bjorgolf gave Hogni an ounce of gold for Hildirid and then immediately took her to bed.
Bjorgolf took Hildired back to Torg Island. His son, Brynjolf, was beside himself because he realized his inheritance was now in jeopardy.
The situation worsened. Bjorgolf and Hildired had two sons, Harek and Hraerek. Bjorgolf died shortly later. His son, Brynjolf, immediately banished Hildirid and her two sons from Torg Island. She returned to her father’s home on Leka island. Her father, Hogni, also passed away.
Hildired and her two sons inherited his property.
Over the years the Hildiridarsons became a rich and powerful family.
Meanwhile, Brynjolf had a son and named him Bard. Bard found a potential bride in Halogaland. A contract for marriage was signed.