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Letter from Sir John Seton, Manchester ye 25 M"ch, 1643.

by Seton, John Sir

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Published by Printed for the Chetham society in [Manchester] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain,
  • Lancashire (England)
    • Subjects:
    • Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 -- Personal narratives.,
    • Lancashire (England) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEd. by Thomas Heywood ...
      SeriesChetham miscellanies. v. 3 [no. 5]
      ContributionsHeywood, Thomas, 1797-1866, ed.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA670.L19 C5 vol. 57
      The Physical Object
      Pagination15 p.
      Number of Pages15
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6606239M
      LC Control Number18005426
      OCLC/WorldCa6893485

      They had 6 children: Margaret Hamilton, Sir Alexander 1st Earl of Dunfermline Seton, Sir Robert 1st Earl of Winton Seton, George Seton, Sir William Seton and Sir John Seton. George passed away on January 8 , at age 55 in East Lothian, Scotland. 3I. ALEXANDER (ALEXANDER 1, PHILIP 2). d.c. Alexander was given a charter to the lands of Setune, Wintune and Wincelburgh at Forfar by King William the Lion about as son of Philip de Setun.(1) Alexander de Seton, knt, occurs frequently throughout the reign of Alexander was a witness to a charater dated 12 Feb. by Alexander II to Kinloss Abbey.(5) He made a donation to.

      Full text of "The Dr. Farmer Chetham ms.; being a commonplace-book in the Chetham library, Manchester. Temp. Elizabeth, James I. and Charles I. Consisting of verse and prose, mostly hitherto unpublished" See other formats. SETON, a surname derived from Say-tun, the dwelling of tly there were in England two families names Say, of Norman descent. The first of the race who came into Scotland was Secher or Saiker de Say, who obtained from David I. lands in Haddingtonshire, and was the ancestor of the noble family of Seton, earls of Winton.

        Sir John de Seton, (d ), 1st Baron of Parbroath. His father bestowed on him the Heiress of Parbroath, which gift of an heiress was provided by King David II of the House of Bruce. m. Elizabeth Ramsay, Heiress of Parbroath. view all John Seton, 1st of Parbroath's Timeline. Birth of John. Scotland.   A History of the Family of Seton during Eight Centuries is a two-volume work written by George Seton in that details the history of the Seton family back to the 10 th century. Drawing on an earlier work by Sir Richard Maitland, he traces the main line of the Seton family to its origin.


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Letter from Sir John Seton, Manchester ye 25 M"ch, 1643 by Seton, John Sir Download PDF EPUB FB2

Seton, John, Sir, active Letter from Sir John Seton, Manchester ye 25 M'ch, [Manchester] Printed for the Chetham Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Seton, Sir; Thomas Heywood.

-- Some instructions given by William Booth, esquire, to his stewards, John Carington and William Rowcrofte, upon the purchase of Warrington by Sir George Booth, baronet, and William Booth, his son, A.D.

MDCXXVIII / communicated by William Beamont, esq. -- Letter from Sir John Seton, Manchester ye 25 M'ch, / edited by Thomas : -- Some instructions given by William Booth, esquire, to his stewards, John Carington and William Rowcrofte, upon the purchase of Warrington by Sir George Booth, baronet, and William Booth, his son, A.D.

MDCXXVIII / communicated by William Beamont, esq. -- Letter from Sir John Seton, Manchester ye 25 M'ch, / edited by Thomas :   -- Some instructions given by William Booth, esquire, to his stewards, John Carington and William Rowcrofte, upon the purchase of Warrington by Sir George Booth, baronet, and William Booth, his son, A.D.

MDCXXVIII / communicated by William Beamont, esq. -- Letter from Sir John Seton, Manchester ye 25 M'ch, / edited by Thomas Heywood. Sir John de Seton was a knight who took part in the War of Scottish Independence, as a supporter of Robert de held lands in England and Scotland.

Seton was a son of Sir John de Seton of Skelton, Cumberland and Erminia Lascelles. His brothers were Christopher and Humphrey de Seton. This branch of the Seton family had long served the Bruces in Yorkshire, Cumberland and Scotland. Sir John Seton of Seton was the son of Sir William de Seton and Janet Fleming.

He was intended by his father to be wedded to the Heiress of Gordon, but secretly married Janet Dunbar, daughter to the Earl of March, much to his father's displeasure, but which powerful alliance brought more influence into the Seton Household and which in the end, earned Sir John a place at the Royal table.

By his. Sir John Seton of Seton was the son of Sir William de Seton and Janet Fleming.2 He married Katherine Sinclair, daughter of Sir William Sinclair of Herdmanston.2 He died circa On 24 March /11 he had a charter of confirmation of the territorial Baronies of Seton and Tranent, and the lands of Winchburgh.2 In he was a hostage for.

'Habet et Suam' Motto of The Hon. Sir John Seton of Garleton. The Honourable Sir John Seton, 1st Baronet of Garleton. He was born 29th Septemberand was the eighth son of George Seton, 3rd Earl of Winton by his second marriage to Elizabeth Maxwell, daughter of John.

e) Letter from Sir John Seton, Manchester ye 25 Marched. Thomas Heywood. f) The names of eight hundred inhabitants of Manchester who took the oath of allegiance to Charles II in Apriled.

John Harland. g) The pole booke for Manchester, May ye 22ded. [John Harland]. Also including List of Publications. OS The only son, Sir William Seton of Seton, first Lord Seton, visited Jerusalem.

He lived previously toand it is recorded of him that he “was the first creatit and maid lord in the parliament, and he and his posteritie to have ane voit yairin and be callit Lords”, and were the Premier Baron's of Scotland. -- Some instructions given by William Booth, esquire, to his stewards, John Carington and William Rowcrofte, upon the purchase of Warrington by Sir George Booth, baronet, and William Booth, his son, A.D.

MDCXXVIII / communicated by William Beamont, esq. -- Letter from Sir John Seton, Manchester ye 25 M'ch, / edited by Thomas Heywood. George, 7th Lord Seton and children, c, Sir John Seton of Barnes, top left. "It were very good, honourable, pleasant and profitable that every great noble, and gentleman of heritage, and specially men of great houses, put in remembrance and made chronicle of their house and surname; of their beginning and progress of their predecessors' lives, particularly of acts and deeds that they did.

Hon Robert Seton, later 6th Lord Seton later 1st Earl of Winton. Hon Sir John Seton of Barnes, Master of the Household /7, Comptroller of the King's estatesan Extraordinary Lord of Session /8 (d. May ), mar. 8 Sep Hon Anna Forbes, dau.

of William [Forbes], 7th Lord Forbes, and had issue. Last Edited=25 Apr Consanguinity Index=%. John Seton, Master of Seton was the son of George Seton, 1st Lord Seton and Margaret Stewart.1 He married Christian Lindsay, daughter of John Lindsay, 1st Lord Lindsay of the Byres and Agnes Stewart, circa 20.

His son, Serlo or Secher de Seton, had two sons and a daughter, Sir Alexander, Sir John, and Barbara, the wife of Sir William Keith, great marischal of Scotland. Among those who swore fealty to Edward I. in was Alisaundre de Seton, valet, Richard de Seton, del counte de Dunfres, and John de Seton of the same county.

Children of Robert Seton, 1st Earl of Winton and Lady Margaret Montgomerie Thomas Seton4 John Seton4 Seton, 2nd Earl of Winton4 b. c Seton, 3rd Earl of Winton+4 b.

Decd. fr 15 Dec - 17 Dec der Montgomerie, 6th Earl of Eglinton+4 b.d. 7 Jan Isabel Seton+5 b. 30 Nov Life.

Alexander Seton was the second son of Sir William Seton of Seton and his wife, Janet Fleming. When King Robert III of Scotland sent his only remaining son, the future king James I of Scotland to France for safety, the ship was taken by English pirates and Prince James, along with his companions, was taken prisoner and turned over to Henry IV of England.

Sir John Seton, the younger son founded the Seton's of Parbroath, and the eldest surviving son, the 4th Sir Alexander Seton, married Margaret Murray, and later sought refuge from his sorrows and troubles in a hospital of the order of St.

John of Jerusalem, his only child Margaret becoming heiress of the extensive estates. Amongst those captured was Sir William Seton. "Le Sieur de Seton" was taken to the Tower and was still there as late as Sir Bruce Gordon Seton mentions that his son John "appears to have been taken prisoner with him, and there is no record of the date of their release".

George Seton, 2nd Baron of Cariston, m. a dau. of John Ayton, of that ilk, co. Fife, and had besides four daughters, four sons, Alexander, Andrew (who followed his uncle and settled in Flanders), Christopher; and his successor, George.

Earl of Huntly: a title in the Scottish peerage, conferred in on Alexander de Seton, the elder of the two sons of Elizabeth Gordon and Alexander de Seton. Elizabeth Gordon, was the only daughter and heiress of Sir Adam Gordon, Lord of Gordon, who fell at Homeldon Hill, 14th September, John Seton, Lord Barns (Born died ) was a Scottish diplomat, courtier and judge.

Life. He was the third son of George Seton, 7th Lord Seton, by his wife Isabel, daughter of Sir William Hamilton of still a young man he went to Spain and the court of Philip II, by whom he was made Knight of the Military Order of Santiago and master of the household.Seton was the great-grandson of James Seton, 1st of Pitmedden, fifth son of William Seton, of Meldrum, a descendant of the aforementioned Sir Alexander Seton, who is also the ancestor of the Seton baronets of Abercorn (see above) and the Marquesses of Huntly.