Reidar is not known from other sources. The user in the earliest skattelistene [tax rolls] is called Gunleik and may have been the father or brother of Reidar. In 1603 he had 3 tnK at Graver, 2 tnK at Lundehall and 1 tnK at Momrak. At the same time Talleiv Valebjørg had 1½ tnK at Graver. This resulted in a large debt at Graver, but these two families simultaneously shared ownership in Momrak and Graver together.
We know of two sons after Gunstein [sic, Gunleik] died. Talleiv got Lundehall, and Gunnuv Gunsteinson [sic, Gunleikson] got Graver. The skattelistene [tax rolls] mention Gunnuv all the way from 1603, and from 1609 he is an often-used lagrettemann [sheriff]. In 1611 he is written "Gunhild" and had then 3 tnK at Graver and 1 tnK at Momrak. The 1615 Matrikkelen [church records] still has Gunleik as owner, but then had Alv Fjalestad 8 mK. According to the 1624 odelsjordeboka [allodial land book] Gunnuv had 2½ tnK and his brother Talleiv Lundehall ½ tnK. Gunnuv also had ½ tnK at Momrak.