I've done some genealogy research in my family and found a man named "Simon Skragge".
I've been searching information about this "Simon Skragge" online, and found this: Adl. ätten Skraggensköld (swedish) (Noble family Skraggensköld), this chapter says:
In the history of the Skragge-family, there is a story, that a King of Scotland was banished by his enemies and by ship arrived on an uninhabited island, on which there were nothing more present than wild goats. The King, in need of food, promised a reward to the one, that first caught a goat. This is what the progenitor of this family is rumored to have done, and by doing so, been given the name "Skragge", meaning "male goat" or "buck" in Scottish. /.../ His offspring had a male goat in their seal, and arrived with time first in Norway, and then in Wermland, Sweden.
Sorry if the translation is a bit bad
Does anyone happen to know who this king might be? The man "Simon Skragge" came to Sweden from Norway in the late years of Gustav Vasa's time as king, approx. 1560. So it must be before that, possibly a few generations back too?
Thanks in advance!