- Rögnvald Kali Kolsson
- Ragnvald Kale Kollsson
Son of Lendmann Kol Kalisson and Gunhild Erlendsdotter, and described as “elegant and accomplished”. Appointed Earl of the Orkney and Shetland Islands by King Sigurd I of Norway in 1129. He made a vow to build a church in his lands; the result was the Saint Magnus Cathedral in Kirkwall, Scotland. Murdered by a group of warriors rebelling against him, his rule and his religion, and is considered a martyr in Kirkwall.