|Covid-19|5 February - King Charles XIII of Sweden dies and are succeeded by Charles XIV John of Sweden.
11 May - The coronation of Charles XIV John of Sweden in Stockholm.
7 September - The coronation of Charles XIV John of Sweden in Stockholm.
- Gustafva Lindskog are appointed instructor in the first class for physical education and Physical therapy for females in Sweden at the Gymnastik- och idrottshögskolan (though formally, she was not given this position until 1849).
- Bodø affair
16 January – C. V. A. Strandberg, poet (died 1877)
18 May - Gunnar Olof Hyltén-Cavallius, scholar of cultural history, librarian, theatre director, and diplomat (died 1889)
27 May – Anton Niklas Sundberg, archbishop of Uppsala (died 1900)
18 July – Louis De Geer, politician and writer (died 1896)
21 July – Charlotta Öberg, poet (died 1856)
22 July – Betty Ehrenborg, writer (died 1880)
10 May – Greta Naterberg, folk singer (b. 1772)
20 June - Queen Dowager Charlotte, royalty
29 July - Johan Gabriel Oxenstierna, poet (born 1750)
December 1 - Carl Frederik von Breda, painter (born 1759)
December 8 - Johan Gottlieb Gahn, chemist and metallurgist who discovered manganese (born 1745)
10 March - Fabian von Fersen (1762–1818), officer, politician and courtier (born 1762)
19 September - Lovisa Meijerfeldt, countess and courtier, known as one of the "Three Graces" (born 1745)
24 September - Sola i Karlstad, innkeeper and local profile (born 1739)
1818 in Sweden Wikipedia
Events from the year 1818 in Sweden