Alice Serjeaux (Countess of Oxford)

(circa 1375 - )
     Alice Serjeaux (Countess of Oxford) was also known as Sergeaux in records. She was born circa 1375. She was the third daughter and co-heir of her brother Richard Serjeaux, and aged 14 at his death. She was also co-heir of her sister Johanna (died 28 June 1400), suvived her husband and re-married Richard de Vere, Earl of Oxford. She was the daughter of Sir Richard Serjeaux.
     Alice Serjeaux (Countess of Oxford) married Guy St Aubyn, son of Sir John St Aubyn.
     Alice, wife of Guy de St. Aubyn: Cornwall gave proof of age in an inquisition post mortem.

Child of Alice Serjeaux (Countess of Oxford) and Sir Guy St Aubyn

Sir Richard Serjeaux

( - 30 December 1393)
     Sir Richard Serjeaux was also known as Sergeaux in records.
     Richard died on 30 December 1393.

Child of Sir Richard Serjeaux

Thomas Serocold Esq

(14 February 1732/33 - 16 February 1799)
     Thomas Serocold Esq was born on 14 February 1732/33 in England.
     Thomas Serocold Esq married Ann Vyse Bowker, daughter of William Bowker and Frances Clarke, on 6 October 1767 in St John, Peterborough, Northamptonshire. Married by licence. They had issue. See the Visitation of England & Wales by Joseph Jackson Howard, 1903 p. 173.
     March 17-20, 1787 - pursuant to a decree of the High Court of Chancery, dated the 28th day of February 1787 made in a Cause Serecold against Bowker, the creditors of William Bowker, late of Peterborough in the county of Northampton, grocer, deceased, remaining unsatisfied, are forthwith to come in and prove their respective debts before Peter Halford , esq, one of the Masters of the said court at his chambers in Symond's Inn, Chancery lane, London, or in default thereof they will be excluded the Benefit of the said Decree. Repeated March 20-24,also April 21-24 1787 when it was stated that claims should be made on or before the 1st of June next.
September 22nd - 25th 1787 p 444

To be sold, pursuant to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery before Peter HALFORD Esq; one of the Masters of the said Court, at his Chambers in Symond's inn, Chancery lane, London. A Messuage or Tenement
and various Premises thereto belonging, fronting the Market place in the Town of Peterborough in the County of Northampton. Part Copyhold, held by the Lord of the Manor of Peterborough, and the other Part Leasehold, held of the Dean and Chapter of Peterborough. The Whole let together on Lease to Samuel and James BOWKER, Grocers, at the yearly Rent of 25L. Fore a Particular of the said Premises enquire at the said Masters Chambers.
Repeated: December 1st - 4th 1787
Sale on Wednesday the 23rd of January next between Five and Six in the Afternoon.
April 7th - 9th 1789.
     Thomas Serocold Esq made a will dated 22 February 1797.
     Thomas died on 16 February 1799 in Peterborough, Northamptonshire, aged 66.
     His will was proved on 1 March 1799 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Boddw ap Serwyl

     Boddw ap Serwyl was born in Wales. He was the son of Serwyl ap Usai (?).

Child of Boddw ap Serwyl

Sir Alexander Seton

(before 1423 - )
     Alexander died. He was described as of Touch & Abercorn.. He was born before 1423. He was the son of Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly and Egidia Hay.

Alexander Seton Earl of Dumfermline

(circa 1555 - 1622)
     The third surviving son appears to have been born in 1444, and on 17 September
1565, when he was 10 years old, the Priory of Pluscarden was formally conveyed
to him by Queen Mary and her second husband Henry Start, Lord Darnley, whom she
had just married. Soon after, he was sent to Rome, because his father intended
him to become a priest. [A Monastery in Moray p.133].

. Alexander Seton Earl of Dumfermline was born circa 1555. He was the son of George Seton 5th Lord Seton and Isabel Hamilton.
     Alexander died in 1622.

Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly

( - 15 July 1470)
     2nd Baron, created Earl of Huntly (Peerage of Scotland) 1450 with remainder to his heirs male by his 3rd wife and these failing to his heirs whatsoever, employed in various negotiations to the Court of England 1451-8; defeated the Earl of Crawford then in rebellion at Brechin in 1452. He was succeeded by his son George. On the death of his grandmother Elizabeth Keith, Lady of Aboyne c.1487, he acquired Cluny, Aboyne, Glenmuick, co. Aberdeen.. Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly was the son of Alexander Seton Sir, Lord Gordon and Elizabeth Gordon.
     Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly married Egidia Hay circa 8 January 1426/27.
     Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly married Elizabeth Crichton, daughter of Lord William Crichton and Agnes Unknown (Crichton), before 18 March 1439/40. She was his second or third wife..
     Alexander died on 15 July 1470 in Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. He was buried in the Cathedral, Elgin, Moray, Scotland. Hic jacet nobilis et potens dominus, Alexander Gordon, primus comes de Huntly, dominus de Gordon, qui obiit apud Huntly, 15 July AD 1470.

Child of Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly and Egidia Hay

Children of Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly and Elizabeth Crichton

Alexander Seton Sir, Lord Gordon

( - 1440)
     Was possibly made Lord Gordon in or before 1437.. Alexander Seton Sir, Lord Gordon was the son of Sir William Seton and Janet Fleming.
     Alexander Seton Sir, Lord Gordon married Elizabeth Gordon, daughter of Sir Adam Gordon and Elizabeth Keith, in 1408 in Scotland.
     Alexander died in 1440.

Barbara Seton

     Barbara Seton married Sir William de Keith, son of John Keith. She was the daughter of Adam de Seton.

Catherine Seton (Stewart) (Maxwell)

     Catherine Seton (Stewart) (Maxwell) married Sir Alan Stewart, son of Sir John Stewart (of Darnley) and Elizabeth of Lennox.
     Catherine died in Scotland. She was born in Seton, East Lothian, Scotland.

Children of Catherine Seton (Stewart) (Maxwell) and Sir Alan Stewart

Sir Christopher Seton

(25 March 1278 - 1306)
     Sir Christopher Seton was born on 25 March 1278.
     Christina Bruce Countess of Mar married secondly Sir Christopher Seton. They had no issue.
     Christopher died in 1306. He was drawn & hanged for siding with Robert de Brus.

Elizabeth Seton Countess of Ross

     She married Alexander, Lord of the Isles and Earl of Ross.. Elizabeth Seton Countess of Ross was the daughter of Alexander Seton Sir, Lord Gordon and Elizabeth Gordon.

George Seton 2nd Lord Seton

( - circa 1508)
     George Seton 2nd Lord Seton was buried in Seton, East Lothian, Scotland. George Seton 2nd Lord Seton was also known as George Seton in records. He was the son of John Seton Master of Seton and Christian Lindsay.
     A contract for the marriage of George Seton 2nd Lord Seton and Lady Marion or Margaret Campbell was signed on 14 September 1469.
     George Seton 2nd Lord Seton married Lady Marion or Margaret Campbell, daughter of Colin Campbell Earl of Argyll and Isabel Stewart, before 1475.
     George died circa 1508.

Child of George Seton 2nd Lord Seton and Lady Marion or Margaret Campbell

George Seton 3rd Lord Seton

( - 9 September 1513)
     George Seton 3rd Lord Seton was also known as George Seton in records. He was the son of George Seton 2nd Lord Seton and Lady Marion or Margaret Campbell.
     George Seton 3rd Lord Seton married Lady Janet Hepburn, daughter of Patrick Hepburn Earl of Bothwell and Janet or Joanna Douglas, before 1507.
     George died on 9 September 1513 in Flodden, Northumberland, England. He was buried in Seton, East Lothian, Scotland.

Child of George Seton 3rd Lord Seton and Lady Janet Hepburn

George Seton 4th Lord Seton

( - 17 July 1549)
     George Seton 4th Lord Seton was born in Scotland. George Seton 4th Lord Seton was also known as George, 4th Lord Seton in records. He was the son of George Seton 3rd Lord Seton and Lady Janet Hepburn.
     A contract for the marriage of George Seton 4th Lord Seton and Elizabeth Hay was signed on 10 April 1527.
     George Seton 4th Lord Seton married Elizabeth Hay, daughter of John Hay 3rd Lord Hay of Yester and Elizabeth Douglas, on 15 June 1527.
     George died on 17 July 1549 in Culross, Fife, Scotland?.

Child of George Seton 4th Lord Seton and Elizabeth Hay

George Seton 5th Lord Seton

(1531 - 8 January 1585/86)
     He was appointed Master of the Royal Household by Queen Mary, shortly after her return to her native land as one of her most devoted courtiers. On 17 April 1561, she named him "oeconomus (manager) and commissioner of Pluscarden.

     He was educated in France and was present at the marriage of Queen Mary with the dauphin, son of Henry II on 14 Apr 1548.

     George Seton's "Memoir of Alexandre Seton, Edinburgh, 1882) contains among its illustrations a photograph of a painting by Sir Antonio More, showing Lord Seton with his five sons, where Pluscarden is 14 years of age; also another portrait of him as a mature man, besides several signatures, seals and a bookstamp. [A Monastery in Moray, p.131-3].. George Seton 5th Lord Seton was also known as George, 5th Lord Seton in records. He was buried in Seton, East Lothian, Scotland. He was born in 1531. He was the son of George Seton 4th Lord Seton and Elizabeth Hay.
     George Seton 5th Lord Seton married Isabel Hamilton, daughter of Sir William Hamilton, circa 1550.
     A contract for the marriage of George Seton 5th Lord Seton and Isabel Hamilton was signed on 2 August 1550.
     George died on 8 January 1585/86.

Children of George Seton 5th Lord Seton and Isabel Hamilton

George Seton Lord Seton

(after 1413 - circa 1479)
     George Seton Lord Seton was born after 1413 in Seton, East Lothian, Scotland. He was the son of Sir William Seton and Janet Dunbar (Seton) (Johnston).
     George Seton Lord Seton married Lady Margaret Stewart, daughter of John Stewart Earl of Buchan & Ross and Elizabeth Douglas.
     Married secondly before 8 Jan 1460/1 Christian Murray, said to be of the House
of Tullibardine
.
     George died circa 1479 in Edinburgh, Scotland. He died shortly after 15 July 1478 (before 1480) at the Black
Friars, Edinburgh and buried there.

Child of George Seton Lord Seton and Lady Margaret Stewart

George Seton Master of Seton

( - between March 1561 and 1562)
     George Seton Master of Seton was also known as George Seton in records. He was the son of George Seton 5th Lord Seton and Isabel Hamilton.
     George died between March 1561 and 1562.

Henry Seton

     Henry Seton was the son of Alexander Seton Sir, Lord Gordon and Elizabeth Gordon.

Janet Seton

     Janet Seton was the daughter of Sir William Seton and Janet Fleming.
     Janet Seton married George Dunbar, son of George Dunbar (10/11th Earl of Dunbar & March) and Beatrix Unknown (Dunbar), before 3 March 1413/14.

Sir John Seton

     Sir John Seton lived at Barnes, Scotland. He was the son of George Seton 5th Lord Seton and Isabel Hamilton.

Sir John Seton

( - before 1434)
     Sir John Seton was born in Seton, East Lothian, Scotland. He was the elder son.. He was the son of Sir William Seton and Janet Fleming.
     Sir John Seton married Catherine Sinclair.
     John died before 1434.

Child of Sir John Seton and Catherine Sinclair

John Seton Master of Seton

( - before 1476)
     John Seton Master of Seton was buried in Seton, East Lothian, Scotland. He was the son of George Seton Lord Seton and Lady Margaret Stewart.
     John Seton Master of Seton married Christian Lindsay, daughter of John, Lord Lindsay of Byres, and daughter Stewart, circa 1459.
     John died before 1476. He left no issue.

Child of John Seton Master of Seton and Christian Lindsay

Katherine or Janet or Margaret Seton (of Gordon)

( - circa 1471)
     She (Margaret?) married secondly after a dispensation graned 26 Jan 1432 (being related in the 3rd & 4th degrees), as his 3rd wife, Alexander Stewart, Earl of Mar & Garoch, Admirl of Scotland, illegitimate son of Alexander Stewart, Earl of Buchan. She then married before 5 une 1447 (date of charter), John Ogilvy, Kt of Lintrathe & Airlie, son & heir of Walter Ogilvy, HighTreasurer of Scotland. Katherine or Janet or Margaret Seton (of Gordon) was born. Ally Knox states that she was Jane, daughter of Alexander Gordon, the first Earl of Huntly, but other records state that she married an Innes.. Katherine or Janet or Margaret Seton (of Gordon) was also known as Katherine or Janet Seton in records.
     Katherine or Janet or Margaret Seton (of Gordon) married James Dunbar 4th (7th) Earl of Moray, son of Thomas Dunbar 2nd (5th) Earl of Moray and Margaret Fraser?, after 1425. His first "wife" Isabella was his second cousin and this union being within the forbidden degree and having died before papal dispensation could be obtained their son was deprived of the Earldom. [Burke & W Loane, 24 Mar 1989].
His marriage(s) are obscure. He was handfasted to Isabel Innes, daughter of the Laird of Innes. After her death the Earl married Katherine (or Janet), daughter of Alexander Seton of Gordon.
     Katherine died circa 1471.

Children of Katherine or Janet or Margaret Seton (of Gordon) and James Dunbar 4th (7th) Earl of Moray

Margaret Seton

(before 1560 - before 18 February 1616/17)
     Margaret Seton was born before 1560. According to Cokayne she was the daughter of George 6th Lord Seton. She was described as Dame Margaret Setoun, Lady Halsyde in 1589. Paul states that she was the daughter of George, 5th Lord Seton, by Isabel, daughter of Sir (?) William Hamilton of Sanquhar. Burke states that she was the daughter of the 5th Lord Seton. She was the daughter of George Seton 5th Lord Seton and Isabel Hamilton.
     Margaret Seton married Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley), son of James Hamilton Duke of Chatelherault and Lady Margaret Douglas, on 1 August 1574 in Scotland. Contract dated 15 & 16 June 1574.
     Margaret died before 18 February 1616/17.

Children of Margaret Seton and Claud Hamilton (Baron Paisley)

Margaret Seton

( - before 1471)
     Margaret Seton was born in Seton, East Lothian, Scotland. This line would appear to be disproved and she was Mariota of the Isles. See notes under her marriage. She was the daughter of Sir William Seton and Janet Dunbar (Seton) (Johnston).
     Margaret Seton married Thomas Dunbar 3rd (6th) Earl of Moray, son of Thomas Dunbar 2nd (5th) Earl of Moray and Margaret Fraser?. Thomas Dunbar, Earl of Moray, married "it is said, Margaret, daughter of Sir William Seton."
Andrew MacEwen, "The Family Connections of Alexander Sutherland of Dunbeath," The Genealogist 3:2 (Fall 1982), provides evidence that Thomas was associated with Isobell of Innes (his mistress or concubine) as well as an "espoused wife at the time," citing Walter McFarlane, "Genealogical Collections" (Edingburgh, 1900), 2:518-519.
He identifies Thomas' wife as Mariota de Yle, "daughter of Donald Lord of the Isles and of Ross, knight." This article is cited by Mr Thompson and Mr Hansen in their ongoing series on the ancestry of Charles II in "The Genealogist" 4:2 (Fall 1983), pp. 146-7.
For further evidence, see "Scottish Supplications to Rome, vol. IV, page 121/2 (entry no. 504), stating that "Alexander de Sudirland, esquire, and Mariota de Ile, lady, diocese Caithness and diocese Sodor, knowingly married in the face of the church ....having offspring... are not able to remain married since Mariota had as her first husband the late Thomas de Dunber, related to Alexander in the third degree of consuanguinity and as her second husband the late David Fleming, who was related to Alexander in the fourth degree .......supplicate the pope "... 15 Dec. 1438.
Gordon Johnson
.
     Margaret died before 1471.

Lady Margaret Seton

( - 20 February 1631)
     Lady Margaret Seton married Colin MacKenzie, son of Kenneth MacKenzie and Ann Ross. Colin married first, Lady Margaret Seton, daughter of Alexander,
Earl of Dunfermline, Lord High Chancellor of Scotland
.
     Margaret died on 20 February 1631. She was buried with her father at Fife on the 4th of March.

Children of Lady Margaret Seton and Colin MacKenzie

Margery Seton

     Margery Seton was born. She was the daughter of Sir William Seton, of Pitmedden.
     Margery Seton married David Dunbar, son of Ninian Dunbar and Finduella Christian? Dunbar.

Robert Seton 6th Lord Seton, Earl of Winton

(circa 1552 - before 5 April 1603)
     Earl of Winton. Had issue. Presumably the ancestor of Alexander Seton, Prior of Pluscarden, Lord Urquhart, 3rd son of George 7th Lord Seton. Born c.1555.
. Robert Seton 6th Lord Seton, Earl of Winton was born circa 1552 in Scotland. He was the son of George Seton 5th Lord Seton and Isabel Hamilton.
     Robert died before 5 April 1603. He was buried on 5 April 1603.

William Seton

     William Seton lived at Meldrum, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
     Ancestor of the Setons of Meldrum.. He was the son of Alexander Seton Sir, Lord Gordon and Elizabeth Gordon.