The Seton's of Barnes and Hailes Descent

(revised December 2013 - major revisions-in-progress, please refrain from reference until completed, the Seton-Wilmot and Seton-Bourchier's removed and noted to their proper place with the Seton of Lathrisk line, in Parbroath family)

  i. George Seton, 7th Lord Seton (b 1531, d 08.01.1585-6), and 5th to be called "of the name George".
  m. (mcrt 02.08.1550) Isabel Hamilton (b c1534, d 13.11.1604, dau of Sir William Hamilton of Sanquhar)
  c. Hon. Sir John Seton, 1st Baron of Barnes, Lord Barnes, Kt. (b.c.1553, d 05.1594).  The 3rd son of the famed Lord Seton, and 2nd eldest surviving, he was a Knight of the Order of St. James in Spain (St. Jago) and of the Kings personal bodyguard, a Gentleman of the BedChamber and Master of the Kings Household under King Philip II of Spain, and of King James in Scotland.  He was a man of excellent parts, and in his travels visited most of the courts in Europe, where he was remarkably distinguished for his polite behavior and fine accomplishments.

After his death, indeed, a charter of his lands of Barnes was given to Alexander, at that time Lord Urquhart, his brother, because they were forfeit to the Crown through the original gift of them to Sir John never having had Royal sanction.  The King, some time before November 1582, gave him the property of Hailyards, forfeited by James Earl of Morton "for crimes of lese "majestie"; but, having been under age at the time of the gift, his Majesty had to revoke it on 14th November 1582.  Recalled home to Scotland by King James VI, he was made Master of the Kings Horse, Master of the Kings Household (1586), and Comptroller of his Exchequer and of the Treasury in Scotland and an Extraordinary Lord in the College of Justice as Lord Barnes (1588) in place of his brother Alexander Seton (at that time Lord Urquhart, later Lord Fyvie and 1st Earl of Dunfermline) who was promoted to President of the College. Had he lived, King James was to have highly advanced him in honours and fortune, but he died unexpectedly in 1594.

  m. (08.09.1588) Anna Forbes (b. 30.09.1564), dau of William Forbes, 7th Lord, she married 2nd John Hamilton (brother of Samuelston).
  (1) Sir John Seton, 2nd Baron of Barnes, Kt. (b.1589, d.1649).  A man of singular honour and loyalty like his father serving in the Royal Court.  He was noted as a firm and steady friend of the Royal Family, and had favour of King James VI and I during his earliest years, and was restored to the estate of his father through the working's of his uncle, Chancellor Seton, and appointed to the post of Sheriff of Haddington (Constabulary).  He was later one of the Gentleman of the Privy Chamber and Officer of the Court of King Charles I, and recorded as having "never deserted the King's interest during all the time of the Civil War".  He was much attached and associated with his uncle, Sir Alexander Seton of Foulstruther and (later termed as 'Alexander Montgomerie 6th Earl of Eglinton'). 

There is recorded much correspondence between he and his uncle the Earl of Eglinton as well as with Sir William Seton of Kylesmuir.  The fact of Sir John Seton having been concerned in the troubles between Charles I and the Scots Parliament is confirmed by Baillie, in his Letters; 1 - he states that, when events were rapidly tending towards war in 1638, Sir John was asked If he would serve the King, and replied he would do so, but not against his own country, "where he had 'his life' ".

Sir John Seton's first wife appears in a caption in November 1617 against the Laird of Cowdenknowes as ' Dame Isobell Ogilbie, Lady Kintale, with consent of her husband, Sir Johnne Seatoun, Knight.'  About the same date certain tenants of Sir John Seton's lands of Incharoth, in Moray, along with the Laird their master, lodge a complaint against certain specified persons for a violent attack — coming ' by way of hamesucken disagwysit in weymenis clothes undir cloud and silence of nicht.'

He acquired the lands of Hailes from Francis Stewart (Earl of Bothwell and husband of Isobel Seton, daughter to Robert Seton, 1st Earl of Winton), and well as those of Crichton Castle along with his brother Sir George Seton 'of Hailes'.  He and his wife, "Lady Seaton", are noted in the paper of Sir Arthur Forbes, during the seige of Castle Forbes in Longford, Ireland in 1641-42.  He later went over to Ireland with the forces that were sent to suppress the rebellion, and while there purchased a considerable estate from Sir Robert Gordon of Lochinvar, worth £500 sterling a year.

It was from this Irish Estate that he was referred to as, "Sir John Seaton, of Mionylagan", near Longford, and noted in the Irish Massacres of 1641-2 taking shelter at Castle Forbes and eventually escaping to Trim and whence to Dublin, and which gave rise from his progenity generations later to the Seeton's of Nova Scotia who attempted to retain the Estate in Ireland.  For the estate he acquired in Ireland, of Monylagan (Mionylangain or Moneylagan), Clongish Parish, in Co. Longford, in 1628, and he was occassionally referred to in various records of the time also as 'Sir John Seaton of Mionylangain', from this Irish Estate.  His presence was noted in the Funeral of Chancellor Seton in 1622, as representing the family of Seton of Barnes.  After his return from Ireland, Sir John was a noted companion of the Marquis of Montrose, and joined Montrose in 1646, for which he was fined a considerable sum, 40,000 merks (£26,666), and imprisoned by the Covenanters.

On the 5th April, 1647, he along with his sons George and Charles and his half-brother James Hamilton, were charged by the Privy Council for "lawburrows" by a burgess of Haddington, and required to post a bond of 3000 merks as caution, and noted for such in the Register of the Privy Council of Scotland.  Some of his correspondences are noted in the papers of the Memorials of the Montgomeries, Earls of Eglinton, where the birth of his son was recorded in a writing from Robert Seton (Setoun) to Anna, Countess of Eglinton mentioning the birth of his son Alexander as, "... and that Sir John Setoun's lady had given birth to a son on the 12th instant. Setoun, 19th June[c.1620]".

In his elder years he placed the Estate of Barnes into the hands of his son and surviving heir, George Seton, and he retired into a private station in life.

  m1. Isabel Ogilvy (b.15??, d.11.1619, widow of Kenneth MacKenzie, Lord Kintail and dau of Gilbert Ogilvy, Baron Ogilvy of Poury).
  (A) Alexander Seton (Seatoun) of Moneylagan (Monylagan / Monylangain), Longford, Ireland (b.12.06.1620, d.1642, dsp). While going to visit his father estate, he met and married a daughter of the noble family of O'Ferrall of Buoy of the family of the Lords of Annaly, and was later accused of assisting the Ferrells in Ireland and imprisoned in Dublin. Although initially released with his father's intervention, he was transferred and later re-imprisoned in the Edinburgh Tolbooth in Scotland.  After his return to Scotland, he was noted in court records as having been continually quarrelsome with his father, and proved somewhat of an embarrassment and charged by the Privy Council while his father was out of the country after a great disturbance, having been removed forcibly from his father's house of Barnes at the request of his sister Lillias, by the Earl of Winton. He eventually regained favour with his family after repeated bonds to secure his liberty, but died in 1642 with no succession. (He is also Noted in the book: Scots-Irish Links 1575-1725m Part Five, by David Dobson).
  m. Ms O'Ferrall (of the family of Buoy, Lords of Annaly in Longford, Ireland, also spelt Ophuall).
  (B) Isabel (called Esther) Seton, Lady Bearford (or Barfoord, Bareford), listed on the Cess Book of 1667 in Morham Parish. Lady Bareford (Bearford/Barfoord).  She had a long series of disputes with her half brother George Seton, 3rd of Barnes that were combined with those of Arthur Forbes, eventually causing the loss of all the Seton of Barnes' Estates, save that of Barnes itself.
  m. James Hepburn, the Laird of of Barfoord (Bearford).
  (C) Margaret Seton "also called of Monylangain".
  m. James Sutherland of Kinminitie, Banff, known as the Tutor of Duffus in Morayshire, (d.circa 1679).
  (i) issue, Sutherland of Kinminitie
  (D) Lilias Seton, Factor to her father's Estate of Barnes during his absence in Ireland.  She pursued her half-brother George Seton for the sum of L.900 willed to her in her father's Testament, noted in the Court of Session on June 22nd and July 1st, 1680.
  m. Sir James Ramsay, Knt. of Benholm, Kincardineshire.
  m2. Ann Fleming (b15??, d.07.1625, dau of John Fleming, 6th Lord Fleming).  She brought the dowry of Killsyth, but died in July 1625 leaving her husband £6440, and had no children, dsp.
  m3. Anna Hume (eldest dau of Sir John Hume of North Berwick, Knt, later of Tully Castle Fermanagh, Ireland), contract dated 19.09.1625.
  (E) George Seton 3rd Baron of Barnes, Kt. and of St. Laurence House, Haddington (b.c.1626, d.1683). Justice of the Peace in Haddingtonshire in 1649 and 1663, he was appointed as a trial Judge to oversee the trials of witchcraft in Haddington along with William Seton the Provost of Haddinton and other local Lairds in 1649; and was active in the Cromwellian period in support of the securing of the Borders and in signing the Declaration of Union in 1652 along with his cousin, Sir George Seaton of Haillis.  After his assigning the Estate of Barnes to his son and heir Sir John Seton (4th of Barnes) early in life, he was generally known simply as 'George Seaton' in Haddington'.

To the right honorable the Commissioners of the Parliamt of the Comonwealth of England for orderinge and managinge Affaires in Scotland.

The humble desires of the Deputies of Shires underscryvinge, April c, First, for present remedyinge many and heavy p'iudices the whole bodie of this nation suffers thorough the long want of Adminstracon of Justice, yor honos will be pleased to authorise the Inferiour Judicatours to sitt, Cognosce and determine in such Causes as they haue formerly bin in use to doe.   Second, for repressinge the many Robberies, Thefts and Murthers Comitted uppon the borders, yor honors would empower some persons with Authoritie to app'hend and incarcerate all such as are guilty of the aforesaid Crimes untill such time as Criminall Judges shall be appointed.   Third, for securinge such Shires as border uppon the highlands from the incursions of high landers, yor honos would take such Course that the lawes of this nation may be with speed putt in Execution against all disturbers of the peace in those places, And that the said shires may receiue power to appointe armed guards or watches of theire owne Inhabitants to be mayntayned vppon a part of the Sess, They givinge securitye to yor honos And to the officers quartered amonge them That they shall Act nothinge p'iudiciall to ye Comonwealth of England or their forces.
(et al)  Geo. Seaton, etc...

To the right honoble the Commissioners of the Parliamt of the Comonwealth of England for ordering and managing Affaires in Scotland.
April 8, The humble desire of the Deptics of shyres . . . [illegible] 2' relating to the first Article . . . [illegible] given in upon the sixt of . . .
That seeing yor Honors are about to appoint Judges through the severall shyres of this Nation, you would be pleased to take into yor Consideracdn all such persons who have had conferd vpon them any Jurisdicdn or office, heritablie or ad vitam,that they may yett be authorised by yor HonoTM (after imbracing of the Tender) to enioy and exercise their said offices and places as formerly vntill such time as the Com'rs to be sent from the shires and Burghs of this Nation shall meet with the Parliamt of England or their Com'rs for perfecting the vnion, Seing they have all good right thereto by the law of this Nation as to their lands, wch rights are so valid as they have not att any time bin revokeable by the kingly power, Also those offices aford to some of them a considerable pt of their livelihood.
Vera cop'ia exd., Jo. Phelpes, Seer. Annandale.  (et-al) Geo. Seaton, etc.... Endorsed :—Desires of seuall shires exhibited 8 Aprill 1652

He was renewed as a Justice of the Peace in 1663, and noted in The Records of the Parliaments of Scotland to 1707, K.M. Brown et al eds (St Andrews, 2007-2013) in the Manuscripts of Charles II: Manuscript > 1663, 18 June, Edinburgh, Parliament > Parliamentary Register > At Edinburgh the nynth day of October 1663 > Legislation: [1663/6/144] -  Act for renewing justices of peace:

Within the shire of Hadingtoun: George, earle of Wintoun, Alexander, viscount of Kingstoun, Sir Thomas Hamiltoun of Prestoun, Sir Williame Baillie of Lamintoun, George Hepburne of Adinstoun, Sir Peter Wedderburne of Gosfoord, William Robertson, baillie in Saltprestoun, Mr John Hay of Aberladie, Alexander Levingstoun of Saltcoats, Sir James Durhame of Lufness, George Home of Foord, John Hepburne of Waughtoun, Sir Johne Sinclair of Hermistoun, Sir James Hay of Linplum, Sir Robert Sinclair [of] [...], Johne Seatoun of Garletoun, Sir Robert Douglas of Blaikerstoun, Adam Hepburne of Humbie, Francis Kinloch of [...], James Broun of Colistoun, James Newhall [of] [...], [...] Douglas of Spot, Patrick Hepburne of Huntone, Sir Williame Ruthven of Dunglas, Mr Cornelius Inglis of Eistbarns, James Lawder, burges of Dumbar, Thomas Purves, burges ther, Alexander Cokburne of Pople, Doctor George Hepburne of Munkrig, Mr John Dougall of Nunland, Mr Johne Butler of Kirkland, John McMorran, [of] [...], William Seatoun, provost of Hadingtoun, Mr James Cokburne, burges ther, James Forrest, burges [of] Edinburgh, George Seatoun of Barnes, John Jossie in Westpans, George Stewart of Adam, and nominats and appoints Sir Thomas Hamilton of Prestoun to be conveener.

As a result of an agreement with his eldest son and heir, and responding to legal challenges to his estate from his half-sister, he bestowed the lands of Barnes onto his son.  He also pursued the Irish Estate of his father and was noted in legal proceedings and Court of Session records in Edinburgh, against Sir Arthur Forbes, (later 1st Viscount Granard), in 1683, where his half-sister Lady Bearford also sought to acquire rights to the estate, and which suit cost him most of his lands and estate's in Amisfield and Ireland as result. He also had long standing disputes with Sir John Seton of Garleton over rights to water on their adjoining estates of Barnes and Garleton, noted in Court of Session records (in 1676, 1677 and 1678). His son Sir John Seton 4th of Barnes pre-deceased him, and his eldest grandson, George Seton, later succeeded to the Estate of Barnes upon his retirement from his municipal pubic life.

  m. Anne Montgomerie (?)
  (i) Sir John Seton 4th Baron of Barnes, Kt, and of St. Laurence House, Haddington. (b.c.1642, d.1661).  Married early as was common at that time, he succeeded to the estate of Barnes during the lifetime of his father, and by the marriage agreement of his own son and heir George Seton, he placed the lands of Barnes into his name, hence father, son and grandson were all and the same titled as 'Seton of Barnes'.  He pre-deceased his father, and died relatively young in Edinburgh and was succeeded by his eldest son and heir, George Seton.  There is nothing to indicate why or when he was knighted, but he is styled "Sir John" when he married.

In his Last Will and Testament, dated the 18th of February, 1659, he noted that he had provided his eldest son and heir from his first marriage, George Seton, to the Estate of Barnes upon terms of his marriage contract, that his 2nd wife was Dame Margaret Hay, and left a provision of £100 Sterling in liferent for her and burdened his Estate with 10,000 merks for his youngest son Henry Seton in fee; which following his death, his eldest son and heir George, 5th of Barnes, sought a Reduction from, and which law suit is noted between himself and his step-mother Dame Margaret Hay in the Decisions of the Court of Session records.  He was buried at his request, "with decency, but without pomp or great show" and interred in the place of his father's burial at Seton Collegiate Church.

  m1st. (c.1656) 'Dame Anna' (surname presently unknown)
  (a) George Seton, 5th and Last Baron of Barnes, of St. Laurence House, Haddington (b.c.1656, d.c.1733). His estate was heavily encumbered upon in the granting of his father of life-rents for his estates his step-mother, Noted in the Court of Session as, "Umquhile Sir John Seaton of Barnes having provided George Seaton his son by his contract of marriage to his lands of Barnes some differences rose amongst them upon fulfilling of some conditions in the contract. For settling thereof there was a minute extended by a decreet of the Judges in anno 1658 by which the said Dame Margaret Hay second wife to the said Sir John was provided to L. 900 Sterling in liferent and it was provided that Sir John might burden the estate with 10,000 merks to any person he pleased to which George his son did consent and obliged himself to be a principal disponer. ..."

There was later as a result, a long-running suit between himself and the Earl of Errol, looking for relief, dated 18th of December, 1702, and which was finally ruled against him by the Lords of Council and the Court of Session. Also of note was a series of legal disputes recorded in the Court of Session records, with both his step-mother regarding his succession, and other neighbours such as that of William King on the 10th of January 1694, for reparations to the house of St. Laurence in Haddington.

On the death abroad without issue of James Seton, the attainted 4th Earl of Dunfermline on 26th December 1694, the representation of that family and honours devolved upon the Setons of Barnes. George was served heir to his father on 16th July 1698, and to his grandfather in 1704. Upon succeeding his grandfather, he claimed the Lordship of Urquhart and the Honours of Dunfermline, which claim included the Abbott's House in Elgin.  His right to claim the Earldom of Dunfermline was formally accepted by Lady Henrietta Gordon, Countess James Seton, 4th Earl of Dunfermline, as heir to her husband who died in France without issue.   In 1705 Lord Teviot, who had obtained a grant of the forfeited estate, conveyed his rights therein to George Seton for £400, which sum was paid by the latter 's brother in law Sir James Suttie of Balgonie (Balgowan). This appears to have included the baronies of Fyvie and Urquhart, and also Dalgetie in Fife. The transaction was hotly contested in the Courts by the Countess of Dunfermline, and finally the tack of the estates was granted to one Captain Pall, who held it for many years. The trustees of George Seton drew the rents for payment of debts, and allowed the latter a small sum. The estate was finally sold in 1733, Fyvie going to the Earl of Aberdeen, and Urquhart to the Duke of Gordon.

Charter of Resignation by George 5th Earl of Winton, in favour of George Seaton of Barns, dated 31st March, 1715. In this charter the granter is designed Georgius Comes de Winton, Dominus Seaton et Tranent, unicus legitimus filius et hæres deservit, et retornat, quondam nobili et potenti Comiti Georgio Comiti de Winton, nostro patri, secundum Retornatum Nostrum o Cancellario extractum de data quarto die mensis Julij anno 1710. The Charter of Resignation by George 5th Earl of Winton, in favour of George Seaton of Barns, was dated 31st March 1715 allowing for the sale of the estate of Barnes.

George Seton, however, assumed and was frequently styled by, the title of "Earl of Dunfermline" in private life. In 1715, on the outbreak of the Jacobite rising, he joined his kinsman George Seton, 5th Earl of Winton. It was he who at Kelso on 24th October 1715, publicly "Proclaimed" the Pretender, James VIII, and was styled by his title of 'Dunfermline'. He later surrendered and was taken prisoner at Preston and sent to London, as one of the prisoner's of quality, and in due course his estate was confiscated. He escaped insurrection after pleading guilty and supplicated the King's Mercy, however, and was granted a pardon, under the Union Seal, on 20th February 1716, and set at liberty, settled peaceably at his house of St. Laurence House in Haddington (noted in 1732).

However, poverty no doubt pressing on him, in 1716 he sold the estate of Barnes to Colonel Francis Charteris of Arnisfield, in Haddingtonshire. In a Bond dated 29th June 1727 he styled himself "Late of Barnes, alias Lord Dunfermline". In 1732 he was living at his house in Haddington, but the date of his death is not known. George Seton married Anne, daughter of Sir George Suttie Bt. of Balgone (or Balgowan), Haddingtonshire and had issue, 7 children: 2 sons and 5 daughters, and died at an advanced age, and was buried in Seton Collegiate Church.

  m. Anne Suttie (dau of Sir George Suttie of Balgonie/Balgowan)
  ((1)) Vice Admiral James Seton, Esq., (b.1726, d.1802) Previously Colonel, Governor of the Island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines in the Caribbean.  James Seton went into the army and served in the 32nd Foot. He was on service in Flanders, and, in the operations of the 1745, served under Cumberland against the Jacobite Army. In the ordinary course of events he rose to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in 1762, and served in the America's, when after which he was appointed Governor and Vice Admiral of St. Vincent, and held that office for eleven years.

He presented a petition to King George III for the Title, Rank and privileges of the Earldom of Dunfermline in 1773, though it was not completed due to lack of funding, and was apparently decided that he was barred by the forfeiture of the honours in 1690. He married on 29th July 1762 Susan, daughter of James Moray of Abercairney, in Perthshire and had issue.  He later resided at his Estate of Brookheath House, Hants and died in London at an advanced age.
  m. (29.07.1762) Susan Moray (dau of James Moray of Abercairney), she was noted as a "great beauty in her day".
((A)) Lieutenant-Colonel James Seton, Esq., of Ibsley House, (b.176?, d.1831).  He was noted as baptised at Antigua in the West Indies on March 12, 1775, and grew up involved with his father at St. Vincent in the Caribbean, and maintained a Regiment of Rangers in the Grenadines. He was also a Landowner in St. Vincent in 1789, by Royal Grant, along with his brother, William, and settled in Brookheath, Hants, where he later died and was buried.
m. Margaret Findlater (dau of Rev. John Findlater).
((i)) Captain James Alexander Seton, Esq., of the 11th Dragoon Guards (Hussars), of London and of Brookheath House, Fordingbridge, Hants (b.18??, d.02.06.1845).  A promising officer, he died relatively young, and was noted as the last man killed in a duel in England. He died as a result of injuries sustained from the gunshot wound that occurred as a result of the duel at Portsmouth, Hampshire, England, 20.05.1845, and was buried in the tomb at St. Mary's, Fordingbridge, leaving an only child, a daughter, Marion Frances.
m. (03.05.1838) Anne Susannah Wakefield, eldest daughter of John Wakefield, Esq. of Fordingbridge. She married 2nd, William Rigby.
((a)) Marion Frances Seton (b.1841, d.19??).  She was born in Southampton, UK.
m. Capt. Montague George Browne, Royal Horse Artillery.  He was born at Simlapal, West Bengal, India, and died February 17, 1875 in Melbourne, VIC, Australia.
(((1))) George Seton Seton-Browne (b.13.07.1864, d.10.01.1937).  He was born in Ambala City, Haryana, India, and died January 10, 1937 in Worthing, West Sussex, UK.
m. Alice Bennet, dau of Major-General William Bennet.
(((A))) Montague William Seton Seton-Browne (b.07.02.1893, d.24.11.1914).  He was born at Dunfermline, Fife, and was later killed in action on November 24, 1914 in Ypres, Flanders. Dsp.
(((B))) Lieutenant Clement Lionel Seton-Browne (b.05.11.1894, d.1959).  He was born at St. Andrew's Parish, Grenada in the West Indies, and died aged 64 at Worthing, West Sussex, UK in 1959.  He served with the
m. Agnes Marjory Bruce Heard
(((i))) Richard M Seton-Browne (b.19??, d.31.12.2010)
m. unknown
(((a))) son Seton-Browne
(((2))) Lieutenant William Seton-Browne (b.01.01.1866, d.1893).  He served at Miranzai 1891, and obtained the Medal & Bar, dsp.
m. (Poona, Indian, 1892) Mary Maud Pottinger.  She died of Cholera in 1892, 6 weeks after marriage in the North West Provinces in India.
(((3))) Lieutenant Colonel Clement Lawrence Seton Seton-Browne, DSO (b.1869, d.01.10.1949). He died in Tonbridge, UK.
m. Florence Gertrude Wakefield Bates
(((A))) Dorothy Sylvie (Sybil) Olga Seton-Browne (1898, d.19??).  She was born in Croydon, London, UK.
(((4))) Marion Isabella Seton-Browne (b.13.01.1867, d.1940)
m. unknown
(((5))) Gertrude Seton-Browne (b.18??, d.????)
m. unknown
((ii)) Eglinton Seton.
m. Joah Bates Wakefield
((iii)) Frances Seton (b.17.11.1812, d.18??), born at Ibsley House.
m. unknown
((iv)) Catherine Seton (b. 23.05.1818, d.19.02.1901) - The Seton-Coventry line.
m. Rev'd John Coventry, Esq. of Burgate House, Hants.  He was Rector of Tywardteath and great-grandson of the Earl of Coventry.
((a)) John Seton-Coventry, Justice of the Peace (J.P.) for Hampshire.
m. Mary Emily Weld
(((1))) John Joseph Coventry (b.09.02.1882, d.20.12.1950). A Temporary Captain in the service of the Royal Amy Service Corps.
m. Margaret Camilla Macartney
(((A))) 5 dau's
(((2))) Bernard Seton Coventry (b.30.03.1887, d.07.09.1965). He usually went by his middle name as Bernard Seton.
m.Annie Cunningham
(((A))) Major Anthony James Seton Coventry (b.18.20.1913, d.15.08.1955). Served in the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
m. (1942) Mollie Rosina Grummett
(((i))) John James Seton Coventry (b. 3.02.1955). He lived in 2003 at Chapel House, Tregawne, Bodmin, Cornwall, England, and was educated at Downside School, Bath, Somerset, England. He was invested as a Fellow, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (F.R.I.C.S.), and has issue, a daughter. With him ends the Seton-Coventry line.
m.(01.07.1993) Naomi Elizabeth Margaret Jones
(((a))) Isobelle Florence Elisabeth Coventry (b.15.05.1997)
(((ii))) Margaret Elizabeth Coventry (b. 29.04.1946)
(((B))) Reverend John Joseph Seton-Coventry (b 21.01.1915, d.04.1998).  He was educated at Stoneyhurst College, Blackburn, Lancashire, England, and graduated from Campion Hall, Oxford with a Master of Arts. He was ordained in September 1947 as a Jesuit priest, and was the Rector between 1956 and 1958 at Beaumont College, Old Windsor, Berkshire, was a Provincial Eng (Prov. of the Society of Jesuits) between 1958 and 1964, and a Master between 1976 and 1985 at St. Edmund's College, at  Cambridge University, and dsp.
(((3))) Lieutenant William St. John Coventry (b.07.02.1893, d.22.10.1914). Served in the Bedfordshire Regiment, he was killed in action and dsp.
(((4))) Mary Flora Coventry b. 2 Nov 1877, d. 14 May 1970
(((5))) Constance Catherine Mary Coventry b. 7 Feb 1879, d. Mar 1961
(((6))) Philomena Barbara Mary Coventry b. 12 Sep 1880, d. 27 Oct 1966
(((7))) Annette Emily Mary Coventry b. 6 Jul 1884, d. 13 May 1963
(((8))) Dorothy Mary Coventry b. 28 Apr 1889, d. 17 Jan 1971
((b)) James Seton-Coventry (b.26.02.1849, d.12.04.1917). He was a noted and gifted amateur photographer, active in the 1890s and early 1900s, and a member of the Pontifical Zouaves. His works are preserved in the Hampshire Records Office, and he dsp.
((c)) Walter Bulkeley Coventry (b.26.02.1850, d.08.06.1939). He was registered as a Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers (M.I.C.E.), dsp.
((d)) Reverend Alexander Moray Coventry (b.07.07.1853, d.07.11.1925). He was a Roman Catholic priest. He died at age 72, dsp.
((e)) Bernard Coventry (b.10.12.1859, d.26.01.1929). He was Director of the Agricultural Research Institute between 1904 and 1916 at Principal Agricultural College, Pusa, Bengal, India. He was also invested as a Companion, Order of the Indian Empire (C.I.E.) in 1912, Agricultural Advisor to the Government of India between 1912 and 1916, and Agricultural Advisor to the Government of the Native States of Central India between 1916 and 1918.
m.Ella Gordon Dagleish
(((1))) Muriel Mary Coventry (b.26.11.1895)
(((2))) Catherine Mary Aline Coventry (b.15.03.1898)
(((3))) Bernadine Mary Joan Coventry (b.24.08.1903, d.15.07.1968)
(((4))) Isabelle Mary Coventry (b.05.10.1905)
((f)) Francis Martin Coventry (b.20.07.1863, d.07.07.1917)
m. Amy Maud Hill
(((1))) Henry Francis Coventry (b.13.05.1898), Indigo planter in the West Indies, dsp.
(((2))) Gerald Leslie Coventry (b.11,03.1900). He was a Lay Brother of the Redemptorist Order, dsp.
(((3))) Catharine Nora Coventry
(((4))) Cicily Maud Coventry
((g)) Margaret Elizabeth Coventry (d.30.10.1894)
((h)) Florence Catharine Coventry (d.08.02.1936)
((i)) Marion Coventry (d.02.03.1934)
((j)) Isabella Anne Coventry (d.02.03.1936)
((k)) Gertrude Mary Philomena Coventry (d.15.03.1955)
((B)) George Seton, Esq., (b.1765, d.21.08.1795), Noted as the second son of Gov. Seton in St. Vincent in his death notice as posted in 'The Gentleman's Magazine'. He married 2nd Clementina Stewart, (daughter of Sir John Stewart of Grandtully 4th Bt.), who was herself widow of Alexander Moray of Abercairney (dsp). They had a son Alexander Moray Seton who died s.p. in the West Indies. He was noted in the records of the Island of St. Vincent as a landowner in 1790, by Royal Grant, along with his brother, James.  He died on the Island of St. Vincent in 1795 during the final Carib revolt. His will is listed on the Government Probate records in London, 1796 (Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury).
m1st. Ms Bridget (family name unknown)
((i)) James Alexander Seton (of St. Vincent), and later of Edinburgh.
m. (1798) Mrs. MacKay of St. Vincent
((a)) issue Seton
m2nd. Clementina Stewart (widow of Alexander Moray of Abercairney, dsp), dau of Sir John Stewart of Grandtully 4th Bt.
((ii)) Alexander Moray Seton, died in the West Indies, dsp.
m. unknown
((a)) possible illegitimate issue 'Seaton' in the West Indies.
((C)) William Seton (Seaton), Baptised at Antigua in the West Indies, August 16, 1772.  He was registered as a Landowner in St. Vincent in 1790, by Royal Grant, along with his brother, James. Listed in Royal Land Grant records for St. Vincent.
m. unknown
((i))  Seton
m. unknown
((a)) issue
((D)) John Seton
m. unknown
((i))  Seton
m. unknown
((a)) issue
((i)) issue
((E)) Susan Seton, died young, sp.
((F)) Charlotte Seton
m1st. Colonel Leith
m2nd. Capt. Evans
  ((2)) George Seton, (b.17??, d.?17??).  His portrait in miniature is included in the Seton of Barnes family group-portrait of his father, George Seton, 5th of Barnes, and preserved at Northfield House in the Anderson Collection.
  m. unknown
((A)) son Seton.
m. unknown
((i)) issue
((B)) son Seton
m. unknown
((i)) issue
((C)) dau Seton (?).
  ((3)) Anne Seton
  m. (01.06.1734) John Don of Edinburgh, Merchant
((A)) General Sir George Don, and famed longest-serving Governor of Gibraltar (d.c.1831 and buried at Gibraltar).
  ((4)) Martha Seton (Matty), She died at Edinburgh the 6th, December, 1750.and was buried in the chapel of Seton House the 8th December 1750.  Her epitaph was printed in the Scots Mag. December 1750, p. 586 ; and reprinted in 'Hamilton's Poems', 1760, p. 90, where six lines are omitted.
  ((5)) Marian Seton
  m. unknown
  ((6)) Catherine Seton
  m. unknown
  ((7)) dau Seton
  m. unknown
  (b) John Seton (also spelt Seaton), younger of Barnes (b.c.1657, d.17??). He was his father's second son from his first marriage, and who's mother died likely following childbirth, and was raised by his step-mother, Lady Margaret Hay.  He was noted himself as being "John Seton of Barnes" for sometime after his father's death.  John Seton, called 'Younger of Barnes', was married on the May 30th, 1684, to Anna Lothian and married by the Dean Mr. William Annand of Edinburgh, as noted in the Edinburgh Marriage Register.  He was in the time of King James VII, appointed as one of the Commissioners for the Shire of Haddington, as recorded as: 'Translation, 1685, 23 April, Edinburgh, Parliament - Parliamentary Register - At Edinburgh 13 May 1685 - Legislation', along with his kinsman and others: For the shire of Haddington: [George Seton], earl of Winton; ...John Seton of Barns... John Seaton of St Germans... etc...
  m. (30.05.1684) Anna Lothian (married by the Dean, Mr. William Annand and noted in the Edinburgh Marriage Register).
  ((1)) son Seaton/Seeton, settled in Ireland
  m. unknown
((A)) son, Seaton, Ireland.
((B)) Thomas Seaton (b.1727, d.14.05.1811). He died aged 84 years, and was buried at the old Dungannon Cemetery, Tyrone, Ireland.
m. Jane (Seaton) (.1725, d.18.11.1828).
((i)) Thomas Seaton (b.1772, d.18/19.06.1816). He died aged 44 years, and was buried at the old Dungannon Cemetery, Donaghendry, Tyrone, Ireland.  His monument was raised by his son Forbes Galbraith as:

Erected by Doctor Forbis Galbraith SEATON of Melbourne, Australia, in memory of his beloved parents and sister namely: Thomas SEATON his father, who departed this life 18th June 1816, aged 44 years. Also his mother Elizabeth SEATON who departed this life 27th Jany 1825, aged 44 years. Also his sister Mrs Catherine CREAGHTON, who departed this life 15th March 1878.

The family headstone reads: Here lyeth the body of Mary SEATON, who departed this life May the 9 1781, aged 19 years. Also Thomas SEATON, who departed this life 14th May 1811, aged 84. Also his son Thomas, who departed this life 19th June 1816, aged 44 years. Also Jane SEATON who departed this life 18th Novr 1828 aged 103 years.

m. Elizabeth (Seaton) (b.1781, d.27.01.1825)
((a)) Dr. Forbes (Forbis) Galbraith Seaton, M.D. (b.18xx, d.25.02.1886). He was born in Tyrone Ireland, re-located to London for a time before later emigrating to Victoria, Melbourne, Australia).
m. Elizabeth (Eliza) Dickson
(((1))) Forbes Galbraith Seaton, M.P. (b.1856, d.1925). His death was announced in newspaper The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Thursday 8 October 1925, page 1, Family Notices: On the 3rd October (suddenly), at Muckadilla, Queensland, Forbes Galbraith (late of Listowel Valley), son of the late Forbes and Elizabeth Seaton, of Wintoun, Alexandra. Behind all shadows standeth God.
(((2))) Allan Robert Seaton
(((3))) Seaton
(((4))) Annie Jane Seaton
m. Septimus Broomhead
((b)) Catherine Seaton (d.15.03.1878). She died and was buried at the old Dungannon Cemetery, Tyrone, Ireland.
m. Mr. Creighton/Creaghton
((ii)) James Seeton/Seaton (b.1776, d.27.03.1858),  The founder of the Seeton's of Nova Scotia line. He was born in Ireland and later emigrated to Londonderry, Colchester, Nova Scotia.
m. Martha Crawford of County Tyrone (b.1783, d,1848; dau of Andrew Crawford)
((a)) Andrew M. Seeton (11.05.1809, d.02.10.1888)
m. Matilda Porter (b. 1821, d.1902)
(((1))) David Seeton (b.28.02.1847, d.08.06.1911).  He was raised in Colchester, Nova Scotia and later settled in Newton, Massachussetts, U.S.A..
m. Agnes Lena McInnis
(((A))) Leonard Everett Seeton (b.1876, d.19??). Born in New Hampshire, U.S.A.
m. Abigail Tribble
(((i))) Charles E Seeton (b.1910, d.19??)
m. unknown
(((ii))) Leonard S Seeton (b.1911, d.19??)
m. unknown
(((iii))) John H Seeton (b.1913, d.19??)
m. unknown
(((B))) Edward Malcolm Seeton (b.1877, d.19??). He was raised in Colchester, Nova Scotia
m. Lillian Fitzpatrick
(((i))) issue
m. unknown
(((2))) Robert Beattie Seeton (b.02.05.1849, d.24.12.1903).  He was raised in Meagher's Grant, Nova Scotia and later settled in Lowell, Massachussetts, U.S.A..
m. Alice L. Bullis
(((A))) Charles Robert Worrall Seeton (b.21.11.1873, d.1925).  He was born in Lowell, Massachussetts, U.S.A..
m. unknown
(((B))) Alice Frances Seeton (b.1872, d.11.08.1948)
m. uknown
(((3))) Alvin Parker Seeton (b.01.03.1851, d.20.05.1915). He was raised in Colchester, Nova Scotia and later settled in Goffstown, New Hampshire, U.S.A..
m. Etta M Foss
(((A))) Frank Otis Seeton (b.18??, d.19??). Born in New Hampshire, U.S.A.
m. unknown
(((B))) Ross V Seeton (b.1882, d.1950). Born in New Hampshire, U.S.A.
m. Elizabeth (Betty) Lee Carpenter
(((i))) Ross V Seeton (b.1919, d.1912.03.1992)
(((ii))) son Seeton (b.19??, d.19??)
(((iii))) son Seeton (b.19??, d.19??)
(((C))) Gertrude E Seeton (b.1876, d.1974). Born in New Hampshire, U.S.A.
m. unknown
(((D))) Edith M Seeton (b.1885, d.1978). Born in New Hampshire, U.S.A.
m. unknown
(((4))) Edward Seeton (b.08.02.1853, d.14.11.1934).  He was raised in Colchester, Nova Scotia and later settled in Chemlsford, Massachussetts, U.S.A..
m. Lydia Creed Smith
(((A))) Roy Seeton (b.18??, d.19??).
m. unknown
(((B))) George McCully Seeton (b.23.05.1882, d.20.01.1958). Born in Lowell, New Hampshire, U.S.A.
m. unknown
(((C))) Stanely Seeton (b.23.05.1882, d.26.10.1929). Born in Lowell, New Hampshire, he later died at Chelmsford, Massachussetts, U.S.A..
m. unknown
(((D))) Margaret Seeton
(((E))) Lottie Seeton. She was born and died in Nova Scotia, Canada.
(((F))) Helen Matilda Seeton. She died in Tewsbury, Massachussetts, U.S.A..
(((5))) James Walter Seeton (b.212.06.1857, d.26.04.1900).   He was raised in Colchester, Nova Scotia and later settled in Lowell, Massachussetts, U.S.A..
m. Mary J McCarthy
(((A))) Marion Matilda Seeton
m. unknown
(((B))) Margaret Louise Seeton
m. unknown
(((6))) Martha Ann Seeton (b.14.01.1842, d.1922)
m. James Edward Richardson
(((7))) Elizabeth Seeton (b.17.02.1844, d.02.10.1886)
m. Michael Brown
(((8))) Ester Creelman Seeton (b.08.05.1850, d.15.05.1916)
m. Henry W Merrill
(((9))) Sarah H Seeton (b.01.01.1859, d.06.1899).  She died in Lockeport, Nova Scotia, and the ship 'Sarah H Seeton' was named after her.
m. Stanely Locke of Lockeport, Nova Scotia
((b)) James Seeton, of Meagher's Grant, Nova Scotia (b.11.02.1814, d.09.11.1901). Born in Ireland, he emigrated with his parents and settled in Nova Scotia.  After finishing his early studies, he was engaged in Farming and Land Trading and speculation, and settled on the family farm called 'The Seeton Farm' at Meagher's Grant, Nova Scotia.  He was twice married, and had a numerous family of 14 children from his two marriages.
m1st. Frances Sophia Wright (b.1825, d.1854)
(((1))) John William Seeton
(((2))) Joseph Henry Seeton
(((3))) William Seeton
(((4))) Alden Seeton
(((5))) Etta Jane Seeton
(((6))) Matilda Martha Seeton
m2nd. Mary Matthias (b.1834, d.1913)
(((7))) James Edward Seeton
(((8))) Rupert Seeton
(((9))) Hanna Seeton
(((10))) Seeton
(((11))) Seeton
(((12))) Seeton
(((13))) Seeton
(((14))) Seeton
((c)) John-William Seeton, of Meagher's Grant, Nova Scotia (b.28.02.1844, d.03.01.1907),
m. Elizabeth McDonald of Springhill, Pictou, Nova Scotia
(((1))) Seeton
((d)) Joseph Seeton
m. Emma McShearer Nisbet (or Metzler), of Halifax, Nova Scotia (b. 07.03.1828. d. 08.09.1899)
(((1))) Seeton
((e)) Robert Barry Seeton
m. Isabella Anderson, of Musquodoboit Harbour, Nova Scotia
(((1))) Seeton
((f)) Mary Ann Seeton (b.12.02.1810, d.18??). The eldest child of James and Martha, she is said to have been born in Donegal, Ireland, and died in Nova Scotia.
m. James Blackard Boyce
((g)) Elizabeth M Seeton
m. William Johnston
((iii)) Mary Seaton (b.1762, d.09.05.1781). She died aged 19 years, and was buried at the old Dungannon Cemetery, Tyrone, Ireland.
((C)) dau, Seaton, Ireland.
  ((2)) son Seton
  ((3)) dau Seton
  ((4)) other issue unknown
  m2nd. (1658) Lady Margaret Hay, dau of Francis Hay, 9th Earl of Erroll (from his 3rd wife Elizabeth Douglas, dau of William Douglas 6th Earl of Morton), and youngest sister to Lady Ann Hay (married George Seton, 3rd Earl of Winton) d.a 07.1686.
  (c) Henry Seton/Seaton, (b.c.1659, d.c.1713. The third son of Sir John Seton 4th of Barnes, but his only son from his second marriage to Lady Margaret Hay, he was mistakenly referred to as a son of Seton of Garleton, which was incorrect. Like all of the Seton's he was staunchly loyal to the Stuart Monarch's and was opposed to Prince William of Orange and made himself peculiarly obnoxious to the government by complicity in the Jacobite schemes for his overthrow. After engaging in the failed Jacobite Resistance, he sought refuge and settled in the colony of Virginia in the America's in 1690, with a number of other Scots loyalists.

With the remains of his inheritance Henry settled first in Gloucester County, on the Pyanketank in Virginia, during which period he married Elizabeth Todd, the daughter of a gentleman of standing in the same county. He was noted in the papers of Mr. George Fitzhugh, of Rappahannock in papers on the " Valleys of Virginia," who quoted Bishop Meade's list of the early justices and vestrymen, at that time offices of mark and among whom in Petworth parish is named 'Henry Seaton' and says: " None but men of substance and consideration were made vestrymen...". He subsequently moved to an estate on the Mattapony, County of King William in Virginia, which for several generations continued to be the home of his descendants.  He died leaving an only child, his son and heir, George Seaton.

  m. Elizabeth Todd (she married 2nd Augustine Moore in 1714)
  ((1)) George Seaton (Seton) (b.11.12.1711, d.1750), He was raised by his father-in-law at Chelsea, and well educated, acquired the large properties of Spottsylvania along with his paternal Estate that he inherited from his father, along with acquiring the mill and estate of Romancoke and "the Brick House". His family line was recorded in he family Bible that was passed on, and noted in the "Old and New Kent County [Virginia]: Some Account of the Planters... vol. 1".
  m. (27.12.1734) Elizabeth Hill (daughter of Leonard Hill, Gent. of King William, Essex County)
((A)) Colonel Augustine Seaton (b. 1737, d.10.10.1794) of the Brick House of Romancoke.  A gentleman noted for his high-toned bearing, winning manners, and strong good-sense.  He acquired 403 acres to expand his estate, but died suddenly at West Point at the residence of his sister and was succeeded by his eldest son.
m. (1776) Mary Winston (dau of Samuel Winston, Esq. of Louisa County, Virginia), she predeceased her husband while her children were young, and they were brought up under the care of the Moore family at Chelsea.
((i)) Augustine Hill Seaton (b.15.05.1780, d.02.1810), suceeded his father but died sp..
m. (1807) Catherine Newman (dau of Lofty Newman)
((ii)) Leonard Hill Seaton (b.13.10.1782, d.04.1826)
m. unknown
((iii)) Hon. William Winston Seaton (b.11.01.1785, d.10.06.1866).  Born at Chelsea and educated at Richmond under the tutelage of young Rev. James Ogilvy, the later Earl of Findlater, he was noted as possessing sound judgment and, "an uncommon charm of manner and person", for which he had already been noted in Richmond, especially among the gentler peoples, by whom he was pronounced 'the most elegant young man in Virginia'.  He served in the War of 1812-1814, officially attaining the rank of Captain and unofficially to Colonel.  His profession that pursued was political journalism and first became Assistant Editor of a Richmond journal, before moving to assume Editorship of that in Petersburg under Colonel Yancey.  Following that tenure, he assumed the proprietary editorship of the "North Carolina Journal," in the old capitol town of Halifax, and gained a brilliant reputation.  After some years there and in Raleigh, he moved with his brother-in-law to Washington, and assumed editorship of the  'The National Intelligencer and Washington Advertiser', on 31st of October, 1800. 

He was a strong supporter of the administration of Thomas Jefferson of the United States, and was noted as being very familiar with the President and well-established in the society in Washington and held great influence in Congress. Throughout much of his life he maintained an interest and constant co-operation in the Colonization Society, becoming Vice-President there, and was an executive member of the American Colonization Society.  He entered into politics, and became Mayor of the City of Washington D.C. (1840-1850), and it was during his mayoralty that the corner-stone of the Washington Monument was laid, with elaborate ceremonies and much enthusiasm.  In his later years, he devoted himself to the funding of the creation of the Smithsonian Institution, and became it's  Treasurer and subsequently one of the building committee members, which latter he held until his death.  He was also one of the founders of the Unitarian Church in Washington, and entertained the French General LaFayette there, along with other functions as well.  During his 10 years as mayor, was instrumental in the development of the city's public education system and in numerous civic improvements, including telegraph and gas lines as well as the construction of the first waterworks.

As reports came to America of the growing famine in Ireland in 1846, he began the first movement for famine-relief, to which he labored continually, and which culminated in the provisions ship, 'General Harrison' being commissioned and dispatched, laden with $10,000 worth of provisions sent to Cork and Galway, and the Frigate Macedonian, and was the very first to start this movement in the United States.  In 1850, he retired from the mayoralty after an unexampled length of service and peremptorily declining with advancing age, he retired from publishing and editorship and undertook travels in Europe, and later of complications of skin cancer in Washington. D.C. on the 10th of June, 1866.

m. (30.03.1809) Sarah Gales (b. 17xx, d.1863), of the noted family of Gales in Virginia and North Carolina, she died on the 23rd Dec.1863 and was buried on Christmas Day.
((a)) Lieutenant Augustine Fitzwhylson Seaton (b.1810, d.18.11.1835)  Raised rich in talent and inheriting his father's gift of graceful oratory as well as beauty of presence, and possessing of the most endearing traits of character, he embarked upon a military career and was a Cadet at the West Point Military Academy, July 1, 1828, to July 1, 1833. When he graduated, he was promoted in the Army to Bvt. Second Lieut., 7th Infantry, on July 1, 1833, and served on detached service at New York, 1833‑34, and on the frontier as Second Lieut., 7th Infantry, Sep. 28, 1834.  His first duty was at Ft. Coffee, I. T., and later at Ft. Gibson, I.T..  During an expedition to the plains of the Ozarks against the Indians, suffering intense privations, he contracted illness and died, Nov. 18, 1835, aged 25, sp.
((b)) William Henry Seaton
(((1))) Seaton
((c)) Malcolm Seaton
((c)) Arthur Seaton
((d)) Julia Seaton
((e)) Altona Seaton
((f)) Gales Seaton
((g)) Ann Eliza Seaton
((h)) Josephine Seaton, Writer and author
((i)) Caroline Seaton
m. Charles Francis Schoeder
((j)) Virginia Seaton,
((iv)) John Seaton (b.18.08.1788, d.18.07.1808), dsp.
((v)) Lucy Seaton (b.10.12.1778, d.18xx)
m. Thomas Rose of Richmond, Virginia.
((vi)) Elizabeth Seton (b.09.10.1786, d.05.09.1818)
m. Samuel Scott of Richmond, Virginia.
((B)) George Seaton (b.08.02.1739, d.1791)
m Elizabeth Watson
((i)) George Watson Seaton (b.1739, d.1791)
m. Polly Howerton
((a)) Fleming Seaton
m. unknown
((b)) George Seaton
m. Mary Phillips
(((1))) William Edgar Seaton (b.1837, d.1919)
m. Mattie J Rogers (b.1844, d.1884)
(((A))) Richard Franklin Seaton (b.1869, d.1933)
m. Kate R. Cambell
(((i))) Edward Preston Seaton
m. unknown
(((ii))) James Campbell Seaton (b.1906, d.1978)
m. unknown
(((iii))) Elizabeth Archer Seaton
(((iv))) Mattie Countess Seaton (b.1897, d.1966)
(((v))) Virginia Kathryn Seaton (b.1904, d.1948)
m. George Allen Maher
(((vi))) Dorothy Lee Seaton (b.1910, d.1982)
m. Howard Givens
(((B))) John Edgar Seaton (b.1871, d.????)
m. unknown
(((C))) Clarence Archer Seaton (b.1873, d.????)
m. unknown
(((D))) T Emmett Seaton (b.1875, d.????)
m. unknown
(((E))) Howard Eldrige Seaton (b.1882, d.????)
m. unknown
(((F))) Percy Ashton Seaton (b.1884, d.????)
m. unknown
(((G))) Virginia Delight Seaton (b.1877, d.????)
((c)) Thomas Seaton
m. unknown
((d)) Elizabeth Seaton
m. unknown
((e)) Nancy Seaton
m. unknown
((ii)) Asa Seaton (b.1758, d.18xx)
m. (08.01.1778) Rebecca Barnes of Bardford, Connecticut, Botanist (she died in Genderson, N.Y., 09.1845, aged 86)
((a)) Willard Francis Seaton
m. Mary Adams.
(((1))) Asa L. Seaton
m. unknown
(((A))) Robert Seaton
m. unknown)
(((i))) Wallace Robert Seaton
m. unknown
(((a))) Jack Barrett Seaton
m. unknown
((((1)))) Stephen Lee Seaton
m. unknown
((((A)))) issue Seaton
(((2))) issue Seaton
m. unknown
((b)) Truman Seaton
(((1))) Seaton
((h)) Roswell Seaton (b.08.09.1786, d.????)
m1st. Mrs. Olmstead, she died a short time after birth of her daugher Aurillia.
(((1))) Aurillia Seaton (b.22.08.1808, d.02.09.1887)
m. Daniel Seaton, her cousin
m2nd. Elizabeth Hollenbeck
((e)) Asa Seaton. Jr. (b.12.09.1792, d.18.04..1867). Leader of a Community of Shakers he joined in 1822 in New York, dsp.
((c)) Leonard Seaton (b.01.08.1794, d.15.08.1872). He was born in Granville, Washington, New York and died in Ellisville, Jefferson, New York.
m1st.(1822) Polly Pennell (d.06.07.1834, 4 days after childbirth of Samuel G Seaton), of Belleville, New York
(((1))) Andrew Pennell Seaton (b.19.11.1823, d.22.02.1897). Born in Henderson, New York and died in Floyd, Iowa.
m1st. Laura Ann Ferguson (b.1822, d.29.03.1887)
(((A))) Oren Andrew Seaton (b.11.08.1847, d.1939). Historian and Writer. He was born in Burris Mill, Jefferson, New York and died in Kansas City, Kansas.
m. Sadie Elizabeth Bartley (b.1848, d.1921)
(((i))) Noble Fay Seaton (b.16.03.1882, d.23.05.1970). He was born at St. Joseph, Champaign, Illinois.
m. unknown
(((ii))) Roy Andrew Seaton (b.17.04.1884, d.23.05.1970). He was born at Glasco, Cloud County, Kansas.
m. Elenora Francis Wanamaker (b.1897, d.1982)
(((a))) child Seaton
(((b))) child Seaton
(((c))) child Seaton
(((d))) child Seaton
(((iii))) Guy Oren Seaton (b.08.08.1886, d.19??), born at Jewel City, Kansas.
m. unknown
(((iv))) Goldie Myrtle Seaton (b.26.11.181879, d.19??), born at Jewel City, Kansas.
(((v))) Sadie Gladys Seaton (b.13.02.1890, d.19??), born at Jewel City, Kansas.
(((B))) James Henry Seaton (b.02.07.1849, d.????)
m.(22.08.1872) Frances Alma Cotton, of Rutland, New York (b.26.12.1848)
(((i))) Charles Andrew Seaton
m. unknown
(((ii))) James Henry Seaton, 2nd
m. unknown
(((iii))) Merton Robert Seaton
m. unknown
(((iv))) Perry Albert Seaton, died young.
(((v))) Laura Pearl Seaton
m. unknown
(((vi))) Gertrude Alma Seaton, died young
(((vii))) Kittie Isabelle Seaton, died young.
(((viii))) Cassie May Seaton, died young.
(((C))) Franklin Pierce Seaton (b.08.03.1852, d.06.04.1853)
(((D))) George Ferguson Seaton (b.21.01.1854, d.
m. Clara Fannie Bulkley, of Floyd, Iowa.
(((i))) Frederick Bulkley Seaton
m. unknown
(((i))) Andrew Pennell Seaton
m. unknown
(((i))) Maud Ethel Seaton
m. unknown
(((i))) Clara Bulkley Seaton
m. unknown
(((E))) Jennie Clara Seaton (b.16.11.1856, d.????)
m. William H. Morgan, of Floyd Iowa.
m2nd.(27.07.1887) Minerva J. Carpenter, widow, of Waterloo, Iowa.
no issue
(((2))) Boynton Chapman Seaton  (or Boyington/Bozington, called Boy). (b.25.08.1825, d.05.09.1903)
m.(1847) Cornelia Wallace (d.1884)
(((A))) Peter Newcomb Cushman Seaton (b.10.10.1850, d.????)
m.(16.12.1871) Ella Genevieve Clark (dau of his aunt, Frances Seaton, and E.M. Clark))
(((B))) Wallace Seaton
m. unknown
(((C))) Maud Seaton
m. Charles N. Smith of Rochester, New York
(((D))) child Seaton, died in infancy.
(((3))) Lieutenant Leonard Seaton, Jr., Esq. (b.18.07.1827, d.05.12.1903), Sherrif of Jefferson County, New York.
m1st.Mary Brown of Henderson, New York. She died one year after marriage.
no issue
m2nd.(17.03.1850) Harriet Ann Bates (called Hattie). Died at Henderson, New York in 1859.
(((A))) Florence Seaton (b.1859, d.186?), died in infancy.
(((B))) Florence Seaton (b.1856, d.????) Only surviving child
m. Dr. W.G. Terry
m3rd.(04.04.1886) Marian J. Chapman of Belleville, New York (her second marriage)
no issue
(((4))) Samuel Greenleaf Seaton (b.02.07.1834, d.????)
m. Ellen Graham
(((A))) Frederick Albert Seaton (b.22.11.1857, d.????), Resident of Chicago, Illinois.
m. Mary E. Kellog
(((i))) Florence Seaton
(((ii))) Blanch Seaton
(((iii))) Hazel Seaton
(((B))) Mary Seaton (b.11.12.1862, d.????)
m. Myron S. Kellog
(((C))) Fannie Seaton (b.01.03.1866, d.????)
m. Frank A. Mowers
(((D))) Jane Seaton (b.12.09.1868, d.????)
m. William F. Brabrook, Jr.
(((E))) Ellen Graham Seaton (b.13.08.1870, d.????)
m. Cyril Larkin Coussens
(((F))) Louise Seaton (b.11.05.1873, d.????)
m. Fred Osborne Munn
(((5))) Frances Phidelia Seaton
m. Mr. Elliott Monroe Clark of New Haven, Madison County, Vermont
m2nd. Sarah Chapman, of St. Lawrence County, New York
(((6))) Chauncy E. Seaton (b.19.01.1840, d.????).  He was born in Henderson, New York and died in Owatonna, Minnesota.
m1st. Sarah Eugenia Grannis (d.1869)
(((A))) Julia Seaton (b.1868, d.????), only child of Sarah Grannis.
m.(31.12.1890) Walter Albert Frost
m2nd.(11.02.1874) Florence Ida Potter
(((B))) issue Seaton
(((7))) Ambrose Barnes Seaton (b.21.09.1841, d.????).  He was born in Henderson, New York and died in Champaign, Illinois.
m. Amelia Frances Selfridge
(((A))) Charles Chauncey Seaton (b.16.10.1881, d.03.07.1882) only child.  He was born and died at Mashalltown, Iowa.
(((8))) George Luman Seaton (b.24.12.1844, d.15.11.1883).  He was born in Henderson, New York and died in Lake Superior, Wisconsin.
m. Sarah Viola Hutchins (b.17.04.1845, at Orleans, New York)
(((A))) Benjamin Levi Seaton (b.1878, d.????).  He was born in Iowa, and died in Omaha, Nebraska.
m. Alice E. Reynish (b.1892, d.1986)
(((i))) Eloise Seaton (b.1923, d.1988).  Born in Omaha, Nebraska, she died in Mission, Kansas.
m. Donald Bryan Devoe
(((B))) George Louis Seaton (b.24.10.1880, d.1961).  He was born in Wyoming, Jones, Iowa.
m.(22.05.1902) Sara Bent Wall
(((C))) Anna Lee Seaton (b.24.05.1870, d.????).  She was born in Lamotte, Jackson, Iowa.
m. Franklin Moore Bowlin
(((D))) Lena Louise Seaton (b.24.03.1871, d.????)
(((9))) Herbert Julian Seaton (b.02.01.1852, d.????).  He was born in Henderson, New York and died in Munsville, New York.
m1st.(26.06.1877) Helen Ida Barber (they divorced, having issue only two boys)
(((A))) Leonard Barber Seaton (b.11.12.1878, d.????). Born in Munnsville, New York
m. unknown
(((B))) Donald Adelphas Seaton (b.17.01.1882, d.????).  Born in Munnsville, New York
m. unknown
m2nd.(10.05.1898) Mae Anna Dodson (dau of Mr. N.H. Dodson of Chicago, Illinois)
(((C))) issue Seaton (?)
m. unknown
(((10))) Mary Miranda Seaton (b.19.10.1835, d.????). She was both born and died in Henderson, New York
m. Danford Butts (d.1890)
(((11))) Cornelia Seaton (b.1837, d.1838)
(((12))) Arminda Dorleska Seaton (10.05.1838, d.????). She was born in Henderson, New York and died in  Rochester, New York.
m1st. Arthur J Armstrong
m2nd. Daniel J Sprague
(((13))) Louise Seaton (b.22.02.1843, d.????).  She was born in Henderson, New York.
m. James Pettengill (d.20.09.1885)
((d)) Samuel Seaton (b.10.06.1797, d.18??). He was born in Granville, Washington, New York and died in Ellisville, Jefferson, New York, dsp.
((e)) Asa Seaton (b.04.07.1803, d.16.01.1891). Settled at Chetopka, Kansas.
m.(1831) Dorothy Wilcox (dau of Clement Wilcox).  Married in Canada, she died 24.11.1884, aged 74.
(((1))) Robert Seaton
((f)) Tina Seaton (b.25.01.1781, d.13.01.1860) Born in Branford, New Haven, Connecticut, she died in Albany, New York Village, New York.
((g)) Keziah Seaton (b.1782, d.????)
((i)) Welthy Seaton (b.30.06.1788, d.????)
m. Mr. DeSany of Canada
((j)) Ann Seaton (b.18.09.1790, d.????)
m. Mr. Hart of Flint, Michigan
((k)) Pamelia Seaton (b.1799, d.????)
m. William P Jones (d.1841)
((C)) Elizabeth Seaton, 1st (b.19.12.1735, d.09.12.1739)
((D)) Elizabeth Seaton, 2nd (b.20.03.1741, d.17xx)
m unknown
  (ii) George Seton (b.?, d. 16??)
  m. unknown
  (a) son Seton
  m. unknown
  ((1)) Andrew Seton (Seaton), Esq. (b.173?, d.28.03.1794). Merchant in London and a partner in The American Iron Company (est. in London in 1764-67). He was previously involved in the partnership, 'Hasenclever, Seton, and Crofts' in London, with a capital of 20,000 pounds sterling, and in April 1764 sailed for New York with his partners, arriving six weeks later. They acquired the Ringwood Ironworks in July 5, 1764, and proceeded energetically to repair and improve it, before further difficulties ensued. He was later engaged in The American Ironworks Company, and also in Seton-Humfray, before settling his family in Florida and further pursuing business into the Caribbean and Jamaica.

He married on the 03 March, 1760 at Caversham, Oxford, England, Margaret Seton of the family of Parbroath, and later emigrated to Brookhaven, Long Island, New York. They were resident in New York in 1773, before settling in Brooklyn in 1776, however as a Loyalist his home and estate were ravaged and after the American War of Independence he and his family relocated southwards, settling in the then-British possession of Fernandina, or Amelia Island which was claimed by Spain.  In his later years he ventured on business in St. James Parish, Jamaica, and where he later died in 1794, having had 5 sons and 6 daughters.

  m. (03.03.1760) Margaret Seton (dau of John Seton "Rep. of  Parbroath" of London, and previously of Pomfret in Yorkshire).  (b. 1738, d.1818).
((A)) William Seton, died young, sp.
((B)) Lieutenant Peter Seton, U.S.N., he died at the Cape of Good Hope, sp.
((C)) Captain William Dalrymple Seton (b. 1774, d.1804).  Much respected, he was a Captain of the Merchant Marine. He died aboard the ship Marion when it floundered traveling to Leghorn, sp.
((D)) Charles Seton, Esq. (b. 1776, d.14.08.1836), Mayor of Fernandina, Florida. He known also as "Don Carlos Seton, or Carlos Seton" in Spanish-Florida.  He was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised by his uncle William Seton of the Parbroath family in New York, and traveled extensively in Europe, including Spain and to the coast of Africa at an early age. He was Partner with his father in the Hoffman, Seton and Co. mercantile business in New York.

He settling at Fernandina around 1811, a town at the Georgia-Florida border that was still under Spanish rule and an area wrought with tension between the Americans and the Spanish until the transfer of Florida from Spain in 1821 but where most of his family had resided following the conclusion of the American Revolution.

He was there known in Spanish papers as 'Don Carlos Seton', and engaged in the lumbering business establishing a plantation called 'George Plantation' and a saw mill near Fernandina. However, following his attachment to the American expansion into the Floridian-territory, he was tried for treason against Spain for his allegiance and his lands and property there sold, and was afterwards noted in the U.S. Court records for his repeated claims to regain rights to his Grants of land.

In 1812, he married Matilda Sibbald and the couple had several children, but only two survived into adulthood; his son and heir George Sibbald Seton, and daughter Margaret Seton. His son George Seton would later fight in the Confederate Army and settle in Maryland, while his daughter Margaret would remain in Florida and marry Lewis Fleming, member of another prominent Florida family. As the hostilities broke out in the War of 1812, he commanded the Fernandina Militia and fought in a skirmish against raiders from Georgia in 1813. He was wounded by rifle-fire, and carrying the ball in his chest, eventually died from the ongoing complications in 1836. He became the first American mayor of Fernandina in 1820, was a juror in the first Grand Jury ever held in Jacksonville, Florida on the 1st of December 1823, and was an active Mason, and keeper of Masonic Honours.

m. (1812) Matilda Sibbald (d.17.09.1856) (dau of George Sibbald of Philadelphia of the Sibbald's of Balgonie, Fife), she was later known by her married name as: 'Matilda Sibbald Seton'.
((i)) Captain George Sibbald Seton, Esq. (b.02.12.1817, d.18??), During his minority, he was placed in the guardianship of George Long of Florida, and later as a young man he worked as a purser for several years aboard a Steamer ship between Florida and Charleston, South Carolina.  He was noted as a resident of New Orleans and noted in July 1845, and after the U.S. Civil War he settled with his family on land in Sharptown, Wicomico County, Maryland.  His letterbooks are in the Florida State Library (1850-1868), along with the re-purchase papers for the lots of  'George Plantation' near Fernandina, Florida in 1865, 1870 and 1873.
m. Caroline Sibbald.
((a)) Charles Fraser Seton (b.1861, d.?), he put forth a claim to be the rightful heir to the Earldom of Dunfermline, and where his claim was not accepted in light of the more rightful claim of the descendants of Vice Admiral James Seton, Esq., Governor of the Island of St. Vincent.
m. unknown
(((1))) issue Seton's
(((A))) issue Seton's
((b)) Mary Isabel Seton (called May).
m. unknown
((ii)) son Seton, dsp.
((iii)) Margaret Seton (b.18??, d.05.05.1878),  It was from her that the historical church of Margaret's Chapel was founded at Fleming Island, Florida.
m. (1837) Colonel Lewis (Louis) Fleming of the Hibernia Plantation in Hibernia, Florida (as his 2nd wife, he married 1st Augustina Cortez of Cuba).
((a)) Captain Charles Seton Fleming (b.1838, d.03.06.1864), of Florida, U.S.A.. He was killed at the Battle of Cold Harbor, 1864.
((b)) Governor Francis Philip Fleming (b.1841, d.1895), He was elected the 15th Governor of the State of Florida, U.S.A., in November, 1888.
((c)) Frederick Alexander Fleming (b.1845, d.1917), of Florida, U.S.A.
((d)) William Seton Fleming (b.1847, d.1922), of Florida, U.S.A.
((e)) Matilda Caroline (Tissie) Fleming (b.1849, d.1922), of Florida, U.S.A.
((f)) Margaret Seton (Maggie) Fleming, (b.1851, d.1872), of Florida, U.S.A.
((g)) Isabella Frances (Belle) Fleming (b.1856, d.1934), of Florida, U.S.A.
((iv)) Matilda Seton, dsp.
((v)) dau Seton, dsp.
((vi)) dau Seton, dsp.
((E)) 5th son Seton, (b.17??, d.18??)
((F)) Elizabeth Seton, b.08.01.1761, d.????) born at All Hallows Staining in London, England.
((G)) Margaret Seton, b.30.08.1762, d.????) born at All Hallows Staining in London, England.
((H)) Mary Seton, b.24.05.1764, d.????) born at All Hallows Staining in London, England.
m. John Wilkes, of New York, (brother of Charles Wilkes, connected with the Troubridges and whose eldest daughter married Francis, Lord Jeffrey).
((I)) Isabella Seton
m. Robert Henry, of Albany, New York, Judge of the Supreme Court of the United States.
((J)) Charlotte Seton
m. John Vernor Henry of Albany, New York.
((E)) 6th dau Seton
  ((2)) son Seton,
  m. unknown
  (b) Marie Seton.
  (F) Charles Seton, (b.16??, d.1660). Along with his father and brother George, they were charged by the Privy Council to assist in finding "Lawburrows", and noted for such in the Register of the Privy Council of Scotland. He died a young man, sp., shortly after his father by only a few months, and his sister Jean was his executrix and heiress.
  (G) Jean (or Jane) Seton, heiress of her brother Charles, her father appointed her his "only heir, executrix and universal legatrix of his goods and gear" to dispone, at her pleasure to any two of her children.
  m. John Hay of Aberlady.
  (2) Dr. Sir George Seton (Seaton) of Hailes D.D., or Haillis/Haills/Hales (b.159?, d.1661), Knt.  It was written by Maitland that he died a young man, and this note was simply copied by other writers afterwards and which statement was incorrect. He was called "Sir George Seton of Haillis", and/or "Dr. Seaton", he was noted as a scholar at Cambridge, Oxford and St. Andrews, and knighted at Perth in Nov., 1650, as recorded also in Balfour's Annals.  Both he and his brother John held the lands of Hailes in Fee from their uncle, George Seton, the 3rd Earl of Winton, who had acquired Hailes after it passed to Chancellor Seton, and who oversaw the minority of both brothers following his succession (where ownership of the lands and Barony of Hailes was passed to Sir Alexander Seton, Viscount Kingston, and who's heirs sold the lands of Hailes to David Dalrymple in 1700). Sir George Seton was a fellow of St John's College, Cambridge and had been personally recommended by King James VI and I, and received his Grant of MA from St Andrews University as Doctor of Theology/Divinity (D.D.), dated 1629. Following his tenure at St. John's College, he was resident at Kingston-upon-Thames, and Rector of Bushey (also called Busch) in Hertfordshire, before his acquisition of Hailes in Haddingtonshire.

King James, however, did his best for his fellow countrymen. He tried ineffectually to get Seton elected a Fellow of King’s, where the College appears to have been unloyally stubborn. He succeeded in March 1619-20 in getting 'George Seaton, Scotus', admitted a Fellow of St John’s mandate regio. The fellowship was a specially created one and for some years the College had a good working grievance, culminating in Seaton continuing to hold his fellowship after he was beneficed and married and then trying to pass it on to a friend. He is no doubt the George Seaton who compounded for First Fruits as Vicar of Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey, 8 November 1626, ceding this on his institution as Rector of Bushey, Herts, 19 December 1631, being presented to the latter by King Charles I. ; Seaton resigned Bushey in 1642.

The following letter, addressed by the Earl of Morton to George Seaton of Busch, D.D., in the county of Hertford, afterwards Sir George Seaton of Haills, to whom the Earl and his son Robert Lord Dalkeith, had granted a band in the English form for £2000 sterling, dated 9th April 1634, shows his lordship's embarrassed position five years later: Tbaist Freind, I am sorie that I can not satisfie the deaayr of your letter unless I should resolve presently to give up my house and dispers my familie. I sall perfonne what I have promised, to pay what I owe you out of the first payment the king sall mak to me. Thus I rest your freind, Morton.
St Martin's Lain this Wadinsday 89 August 1639.
For my verie guid freind Doctor Seaton.

His constant leaving of the post to attend to matters in Scotland forced his removal, and he was cited for non-conformity and other conduct, to which he contested and is noted in the Middlesex Session Rolls in 1642.However, he was one of Parliamentary Legislators who created and signed the Act and addition to the committee of war [of East Lothian], noted in the Parliamentary Register of 23 May, 1649, in Edinburgh.

By his own industry from his estate he acquired the Estate and Barony of Crichton with his uncle the 3rd Earl of Winton, selling Crichton Castle c1649 to the Hepburns of Humbie. Forced to have "quitted" Hailes Castle during Cromwells sacking of Dunbar, he was later reimbursed by the Government to the sum of 4,700 "in English money for troops quartered on his tenants and for damage caused by them", in 1650.  He and various Baron's in Haddington also signed the Assent of Haddintonshire, dated February 12th, 1652, in favour of a Union of Scotland with with England, and the first of it's kind and the fore-runner to the Union in the next century that created 'Great Britain", signing the Declaration of Union in 1652 along with his cousin, George Seaton of Haddington (3rd of Barnes).

He was admitted a Burgess and Guild of Leith 12.05.1652, along with his younger son Robert, and his Testament was dated the 3rd of July, 1661, and a portion of his papers were held by his grandson Capt. Robert Seton and found in the trunk at the Register House in Edinburgh. His Testament-dative, 'of Sir George Seattoun of Haills, 3rd July 1661, Knight', among whose debtors were the Earl of Winton, Viscount Kingston, and King Charles II. From the ANTIQUITIES OF ABERDEEN: — Vol. lxx.

    m. Dame Mary Seton (later noted as in the Fishmarket, noted as her husbands widow and interred in the Greyfriars Burying Ground in Edinburgh, 20th, August, 1665)
  (A) Robert Seton (b.?, d. 1655), younger "of Hailes", Burgess and Guild of Leith 12.05.1652, admitted along with his father.  He was also Skipper of a vessel and fined 100 marks for bringing salt into Edinburgh without making "Entry" in 1647.  He died in early in life in 1655 pre-deceasing his father, much to the disappointment of the family, leaving two children, his son and heir, Robert Seton, and a daughter Marie.
  m. Lady Anne Montgomerie (d.08.1687), dau of Hugh Seton Montgomerie, 7th Earl of Eglinton. They were married in Morham Church by the Rev'd Thomas Turnbull, A.M.. She later married m2. (c1658) James Ogilvy, 3rd Earl of Findlater (d 1711).
  (i) Captain Robert Seton/Seaton, of St. James, Middlesex and later 'of Westminster', Judge-Advocate-General for North Britain (b.1651, d.1732).  He was born post-humously and was the only son, and heir of his father.  He was Captain of the company which Richard Brewer formerly commanded in the regiment of foot, and noted as having received a commission by Alexander, Earl of Eglinton "to his nephew Captain Robert Seton, his nephew, 1700"Half-brother to Ogilvy, Earl of Findlater and nephew of the Earl of Eglinton, he later settled in London in Pall Mall c1693 and noted in the "Seafield Correspondence from 1685 to 1708", by James Ogilvy, Earl Of Findlater.  On his death in 1732, he was styled:  'Captain Robert Seton of Westminster, Judge-Advocate-General for North Britain'.

In the volume compiled, "Allegations for marriage licences issued by the vicar-general of ..., Volume 1 - By Church of England. Province of Canterbury. Registry of the Vicar-General of the Archbishop of Canterbury", is recorded for Sept. 19, 1683: Robert Seton, of S' Martin's in the Fields, Midd., Bachr, ab' 25, & Dame Barbara Cobb, of the same, Wid., ab' 35; alleged by Alexr Monro, of the same, Taylor; at S' Martin's afsd, S' Mary, Savoy, S' Margaret's, or the New Chapel at Westmr.

  mistress (1692). Rebecca Hayes of St. Martin in the Fields, Middlesex - In the Paper's of Robert Seton, grandson of George Seton of Hailes is noted: 'Bond by Rebecca Hayes of the parish of St. Martin in the Fields, Middlesex, having received £7 stg., from Captain Robert Seton, she promises that, once child she has maliciously fathered upon him is born, she will not trouble him for maintenance of it or otherways', dated 23 Mar 1692/1693.
  (a) issue, son Seton
  m. unknown
  m. Barbara Cobb  In the Paper's of Robert Seton, grandson of George Seton of Hailes is noted: 'Letters (15) from Dame Barbara Cobb to Robert Seton, (her husband). With enquiries whether his stay at the Bathe is doing him any good.' 1701-1702 .
  (b) Robert Seton
  m. unknown
  ((1)) Seton
  (ii) Marie Seton.
  m. unknown
  (B) John Seton, called 'younger of Hailes'
  m. unknown
  (i) John Seton (?)
  m. unknown
  (C) Mary Seaton/Seton (m.11.07.1657, d.08.1659), of Hailes (Hails). She was given the lands of Gilmerton from her father, and sold them to the Hon Francis Kinloch, 1st Baronet, merchant in Edinburgh and also Rochelle in France and Lord Provost of Edinburgh; in 1655.
  m. Sir George Stirling, 1st Bart of Glorat
  (D) dau Seaton/Seton
  (3) Anna (called Mosea) Seton.
    m. Andrew Hume of Rhodes, North Berwick. He was the son and successor of Gavain Hume (Home), the famed Captain of Tantallon who was distinguished in the French service.
                issue, Hume of Rhodes; and of Dublin and Tipperary, and of Co.'s Cavan, Leitrim and  Wicklow, in Ireland
  mistress unknown
  (illeg.) Hannibal Seton, of Barnes and of Moneylagan in Ireland, also spelt 'Hanable Seatoun', Burgess of Haddington, noted in the Haddington Sheriff-Court Records as "Hannibal Seton son to Sir John Seton 12 May 1656".  He was listed on the Longford Census in Ireland, in 1659. Also noted in the Will and Testament of Robert Seton, 1st Earl of Winton as: ":To Hanniball Seytoun son natural to umquhile Sir John Seytoun of Barnis Knicht my brother an hundreth pundis..."
  m1. Elspeth (Elspaith) Matheson.
  (A) John Seton (b.22.02.1601, d.16??) of Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, 'of the family of Barnes'.
  m. unknown
  (i) Seton
  m. unknown
  (a) Seton
  m. unknown
  m2. Sibilla Pringle (Pringill), later noted in a Bond and Assignment, 10 June, 1673.
  (B) Charles Seton (Seaton/Seeton), (b.1657, d.17??) b. in Haddington Parish.
  m. unknown
  (i) Seton
  m. unknown
  (C) Captain-Lieutenant Francis Seton (Seaton), recieved his Commission in 1688, Commander of the Grenadiers of the Garrison of Fort St. George, Madras, India from 1692 to 1704.  Left India in 1710 and returned to Britain.
  m1st. Anne (?) (d.16.05.1691)
  (i) Francis Seton (Seaton) (d.01.05.1692 at Madras)
  m. unknown
  (ii) Elihu Seton (Seaton) (d.03.05.1691 at Madras)
  m. unknown
  (iii) dau Seton
  m. John Hunter, Deputy Governor of Fort Malborough, Bencoolen, India (1712).
  (iv) Ann Seton
  m. (1706) Anthony Etthrick at Fort St. George, Madras
  m2nd. Hannah MacKrith, Feb 1693 at Fort St. George, Madras  (d.03.02.1710)
  (v) George Hannibal Seton (Seaton) (b.05.06.1698, d.25.04.1711, sp).  His memorial is at Wormley Church, Hertfordshire, above the pulpit, with the undifferenced Arms of Seton of Barnes.
  m. unknown
  (vi) 3rd son, Seton
  m. unknown
  (vii) Hannah Seton (Seaton) (b.07.1695, d.27.07.1717)
  m. John Legg, Esq,, one of the Council and Mayor of Madras.
  (D) Haniball Seton (b.04.05.1667, d.?) of Haddington, East Lothian, of the family of Barnes and of Monylagan (Moneylagan / Monylangain), Longford, Ireland
  (i) Seton
  m. unknown
  (a) Seton
  m. unknown
  (E) Marie Seton (b.03.10.1670, d.????)
  (F) Mary Seton (b.167?, d.24.01.1723)  Youngest daughter of Hannibal Seaton, Burgess of Haddington, noted in the Commissariot of Edinburgh.