When Caisa Mansdr was born on 7 September 1778, in Ukna, Kalmar, Sweden, her father, Mans Anderson, was 26 and her mother, Caisa Nilsdr, was 22. She married Anders Olofsson on 23 October 1803, in Gärdserum, Kalmar, Sweden. They were the parents of at least 1 son and 5 daughters.
Some characteristic forenames: Arabic/Muslim Aamer, Ahsan, Aly, Amera, Arzu, Ashfaque, Baber, Faruq, Hala, Hamed, Haris, Hossein.
Arabic: from a personal name based on the Arabic word manṣūr ‘victorious, triumphant’ which is also part of compound names such as Manṣūr-ud-Dīn ‘victorious in religion’. This surname is found among both Muslims and Christians. Compare Mansoor , Mansor , Mansour , and Manzur 1.
History: Al-Manṣūr Abu-Jaʿfar (c. 712–75) was the second of the Abbasid caliphs. He built the city of Baghdad in 762 and is considered the real founder of the Abbasid caliphate.