2019: TV casting - a dining prep...

Sixteenth hundreds
The Strom family has its origin in the Harmens family through the ancestor Henrik Harmens (1656-1737) who was born in Stralsund in Northern Germany. Henrik moved to Stockholm at an early age and married Magdalena Törne. In 1723 he became one of four partners that bought up Vedevåg, Sweden's largest iron and steel industry at that time.

Seventeen hundreds
Henrik and Magdalena Harmens had a daughter and three sons, Dorotea, Lars, Carl and Gustaf. Gustaf Harmens (1699-1774) was a professor of medicine at Lund University and married Margareta Liboria von Hegardt, Through his wife's inheritance, a number of estates came to Gustaf Harmen's branch of the family, including the iron industries Fågelfors and the manor Åsebo.

Eighteen hunreds
Their son Henrik Harmens (1749-1811), army officer and squadron leader, was ennobled with the name "af Harmens " 1809 and married Anna Regina Braun. Their son Henrik Otto of Harmens (1799-1855), chamberlain at the royal court, married Laura Camille Eenens and got the son Henrik Gustaf Ferdinand of Harmens (1834-1907). Born at Berga Manor. Student in Uppsala 1859. Henrik became the laird of Berga Manor and chamberlain at the royal court with colonel degree 1864. He married countess Anna Fredrika Horn af Åminne (1836-1873) in 1866. Anna died in 1873, just seven years after their marriage.

Henrik Gustaf Ferdinand had no children within the marriage, but got the daughter Anna Christina outside. Christina was raised by Gustaf af Harmens and received her school education at Kalmar secondary school. Later in life, Christina came to work at one of Gustaf af Harmen's companies in Oskarshamn. She married Gustaf Fredric Creutz Ström (1852-1918), who at that time was serving at the Cavalry regiment in Eksjö.


Nineteen hundreds
Gustav Fredric and Christina Ström got four children, where Gustaf Artur Ström (1878-1947) became an inspector at the railway company Ruda-Oskarshamn. He was married to Gerda (1879-1938) and got also 4 children. The second oldest son, Carl Gustav Ström (1900-1994), studied law in Lund in the 1920s and became the head of the education and school region of Vikbolandet from the mid 1950s. Carl Ström and his wife Herta got four children, Gustav, Bengt, Birgitta and Göran. The second oldest son Bengt Lars Gustav (1929-2016) married Inga Maria (1929-1975), became a reverend in Skåne and got five children, Torgny, Ulf, Örjan, Tore and Ylva. Ulf Ström(1956), Sea Captain, now living in Stockholm, previously at Wifsta Manor (
ref article), is married to Eva Louise (1959) and have 5 children - Richard, Emma, Clara, Julia and Fredric .

Grandson Leo in baloon hunting mode.

My grandson Leo's 3 year birthday.....

2023: A GRANDKID ON AN

               EXPEDITION VESSEL

2022: PAPUA NEW GUINEA TROUBLE

2020: BEHIND THE SCENE..

2023: ILLUSIONS ALL OVER

2023: COMPETITION

2019: Saxophone party...

2023: A SUNDAY AFTERNOON

2020: HUNTING EXPEDITION....

2023: INDIANA JONES FOR A DAY

2020: LESSON IN  PHYSICS....

A guided tour on a missile carrier

About Ulf Ström

Grandson Leo (4,5 years) being introduc

At the country house.

Grandson Leo (3,5  years) being introduced to the mystery of Santa Claus... 

​About:

 ​Captain Ulf

An afternoon at the Paradox Museum in Stockholm

Virtual Reality at its best

..with younger brother Tore, who seriously attempts to mess up the planned summer greeting.

2022 was an eventful year

2022: ROBINSON TV HIGHLIGHTS

Just for fun.

​Video presentation Ulf Strom:

A jam session with grandkid Leo (6,5 years) 

2022: THE SCHOOL OF MAGIC...

Some highlights from 2021... 

Stuck i the equatorial djungle

Email:   [email protected]

2022: LOOKING BACK THRU THE YEAR

A virtual roller coaster in Stockholm City

​​Family history

​Contact:

2019:  BIG MISTAKE...

2020: BARBEQUE ...

2023: SVALBARD OR JURASSIC PARK?


2021: LOOKING BACK THRU THE YEAR...

2020: LEO AND THE "SANTA CLAUSE GATE"...

2023: VR ROLLER COASTER

Arctic expedition Autumn 2023

The art of cooking.

Highlights from Expedition Robinson 2022

Commercial movie recording.

What is reaching furthest? An arrow or a hot dog?