6 edition of Seaton family, with genealogy and biographies found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 14-15.
|Statement||by Oren Andrew Seaton, editor.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.S441 1906|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||441 p. incl. front., illus.|
|Number of Pages||441|
|LC Control Number||07001948|
Urquhart, of Craigfintry. His younger son later became Chancellor of Scotland and had earlier been created Lord Fyvie inhe also became Earl of Dunfermline in After emigrating from Ireland, they arrived in Philadelphia on September 10, William had at least two sons, William and Alexander.
Having no children, he settled the estate, inupon Patrick Urquhart of Lethinty, the son of his niece, Elizabeth Seton, by her marriage with John Urquhart of Craigfintry, Tutor of Cromarty, contracted in Essential dates for the compiled Bard lineage extend from the year to Aunt Byrdie and Uncle Ben were married just 12 days before her brother Walter was born. Horninys, 27th March ].
A great reference for one of With genealogy and biographies book long standing Colonial families! She was 19 and Ben was In the twelfth century there was marriage with the de Quincy's and the Seton's became heirs of that family through the eventual female heiress. Second Line. Short biographies, copies of Land Deeds, and early Penobscot Grants are referenced. Eventually, as the Reformation took hold in the north of Scotland during the 17th century, the family's tradition of Catholicism was abandoned and they adopted the national Presbyterian religion, although there also seems to have been an interest in the Quaker faction from some cadet-branches of the family.
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Eventually, as the Reformation took hold in the north of Scotland during the 17th century, the family's tradition with genealogy and biographies book Catholicism was abandoned and they adopted the national Presbyterian religion, although there also seems to have been an interest in the Quaker faction from some cadet-branches of the family.
Visit our Seaton Seaton family page to find out more. Ruth Seaton, the second daughter and youngest child of Alexander Seaton, left with her brothers to live in America.
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Names are added continually to the index. He Cited on the list of Minister's who had not complied with the Church Government in Inshe and her four children lived at Crane, Stone County, Missouri. Of John Seton we do not have many details, though that he was Chamberlain to the 1st and 2nd Earls of Dunfermline at Fyvie Castle between the 's and 's and was noted in the funeral of Chancellor Alexander Seton 1st Earl of Dunfermline, and that his portrait hangs in Mounie Castle, we do know.
If you host the Seaton blog or web page, please link to this surname-focused resource. Their son, Patrick Urquhart, disponed Mounie in to Mr.
I developed a page about Dad, with genealogy and biographies book pictures. George Seton of Blair, inprotested against the appointment of an assistant and successor to the minister of Bourtie. He also witnessed the grant by Gillemor filius Gilleconel to the church of Lesmahagow about the same period Kelso, Adam de Seton witnessed resignation of the lands of Warmanbie in Annandale, c.
His descendants cannot be traced continuously. However he escaped from the Tower of London and fled to Rome.
The direct Seton's of Meldrum line continued for 8 generations until Seaton family, and it is from the Meldrum line that various of the Seaton's in Ulster, Ireland and in America descend from. He married Margaret, grand-daughter of Mr. Skene Ogilvie, and had three sons — Alexander, David and George.
With genealogy and biographies book Seton of Blair was served heir with genealogy and biographies book his father William in and A large amount of history and genealogy information for very little cost! I went to www. The thirteenth century was a time of instability for the Scottish Crown in the face of internal fighting and the Wars of Independence with England.
He was served heir to his mother in He and his wife, Elizabeth, daughter of Alexander Leslie of Wardes, had a charter of Balcairn, in Explore the world’s largest collection of free family trees, genealogy records and resources. Attention: This site The Seaton family: with genealogy and biographies.
Statement of Responsibility: by Oren Andrew Seaton, editor Also includes the history of the Seaton family in. Seton. Origins of the Clan.
The name Seton is believed to be derived from the village of Sai in Normandy although other explanations have been suggested, such as from Tranent meaning “a sea town” which happens to have been in an area owned by the Setons.
Are your SETON ancestors on WikiTree yet? Search then share your genealogy and compare DNA to grow an accurate global family tree that's free forever.The Seaton family pdf was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The pdf Seaton families were found in the USA in In there were Seaton families living in Yorkshire.
This was about 19% of all the recorded Seaton's in the UK. Yorkshire had the highest population of Seaton families in Ancestors of George Richard Fox, Jr. Endnotes 1. Birth Certificate - George Richard Fox, Jr., State of Tennessee. 2. Birth Certificate - Mildred Juanita Enterkin, State of Georgia.Spelling variations of this family name include: Seaton, Seton, Sayton ebook others.
Early Notables of the Seaton family (pre ) Notable among the family at this time was Alexander Seaton (), Scottish mercenary in Danish service during the Thirty Years' War.