- Born: Abt 1052, Norway
- Marriage (1): King Oluf I 'Hunger' Svendsson of Denmark
- Marriage (2): King Filip Halstensson of Sweden after 1095
- Buried: Vreta Monastery, Linköping, Östergötland, Sweden
Many internet postings show the two daughters, Maria and Ingegerd as being the offspring of Elizabeth of Novgorod, however, their estimated births are well after the marriage of King Harald and his 2nd wife, Thora. The sons, Olav and Magnus, have birth dates that coincide with the Harald's 1st marriage, to Elizabeth, and are shown as such in this history. Brian Tompsett says Ingegerd married first Oluf I of Denmark with whom she had a daughter Ulfhild, and later married Phillip of Sweden.
Ingigerd married King Oluf I 'Hunger' Svendsson of Denmark, son of Svein II Estridsson King Of Denmark and Rannveig Tordsdatter. (King Oluf I 'Hunger' Svendsson of Denmark was born about 1052 in Denmark and died on 18 Aug 1095.)
Ingigerd next married King Filip Halstensson of Sweden after 1095. (King Filip Halstensson of Sweden was born about 1060, died in 1118 and was buried in Vreta Monastery, Linköping, Östergötland, Sweden.)