|Covid-19|Monarch – Gustav IV Adolf
- The land reform Enskiftet is enforced in all Scania.
- The Yellow Rose (society) is exposed and banned by the monarch, leading to the end of all secret masonic lodges at the royal court.
8 June - Amalia Assur, first female dentist (died 1889)
16 May – Amelie von Strussenfelt, writer (died 1847)
25 November – Sofia Ahlbom, artist (died 1868)
26 November – Wilhelmina Stålberg, writer (died 1886)
– Evelina Stading, painter (died 1872)
– Isak Albert Berg, singer, composer (died 1886)
1 February – Anders Chydenius, leading classical liberal of Nordic history (born 1729)
12 December - Prince Frederick Adolf of Sweden, prince (born 1750)
27 August - Peter Gustaf Tengmalm, naturalist (born 1754)
- Erika Liebman, poet and scholar (born 1738)
1803 in Sweden Wikipedia
Events from the year 1803 in Sweden