seton lineage from the caroliginian kings of france

Amulf, Bishop of Metz Pepin I, of Landen,
c. 580 - 641 A.D. Mayor of Austrasia, d. 640 A.D.
 
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Ansegis, Mayor of Austrasia, m. --------------- ---------------------------- Begga St. Gertrude Grimoald
d. 678 A.D. c. 626-659 A.D. Mayor of Autrasia, d. 662 A.D.
 
  Pepin II, of Heristal m. 1st Plectude m. 2nd Alpais (Alpaida) of Aupois
  Mayor of Austrasia
 
  Grimoald Charles Martel
  Mayor of Neustria Mayor of all the Kingdoms
  d. 714 c. 686-741, m. Routrou of Treves
 
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  Theodald Carloman Pepin III, le Bref Grifon Bernard (illegitimate)
  d. 775 King of Franks
  m. Bertrada of Laon
  c. 714-768
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  Charles I, Charlemagne Carloman
  King of the Franks, 1st Holy Roman Emperor King of Franks
  m., 2nd Desiderata of France (9 wives) m. Gerberga of the Lombards
  c. 742-814 c. 751-771
 
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  Charles Pepin Louis I, (the Pious) (daughter) Berthe m. Angilbert of Ponthieu
  King of Aquitaine
  Bernard c. 814-840 (the Counts of Ponthieu)
 
 
  Lothaire I Pepin I Louis Charles II (the Bald) 3rd Holy Roman Emperor
  Emperor of Germany of Aquitaine of Bavaria m. Ementrude of Orleans
  c. 840-877
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  Charles the Fat |
  Emperor of Germany Louis II, (the Stammerer) King of France Charles Judith and Hersent
  c. 884-888 m. 1st Adelaide of Paris of Aquitaine
  c. 846-879
  m. 2nd Ansgarde of Burgrundy
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  Charles III, the Simple King of France Ermentrude |
  m. 1st?, m. 2nd ? m. 3rd of France Hedwige Louis III King of France Carloman
  c. 879-929 Edgiva of England c. 863-882 d. 884
 
  Louis IV, King of France, c. 921-954
  m. Gerberga of Saxony
 
 
Charles I of Lower Lorraine Matilda Lothaire I
m. Bonne D'Ardennes d. 986
c. 953-994
  Louis V, Last of the Caroligian Rulers of France, c. 967-987
 
Gerberga Ermengarde
of Lorraine m. of Lorraine
Count Lambert I
of Louvain (d.1015)
 
Count Lambert II Maude de Louvain Otto de Louvain Hainaut, Count of Louvain
of Louvain m. Eustauce I of Boulogne d. pre-1066
m. Oda of Lorraine who was descended from the |___________
991-1062 Counts of Ponthieu, c. 1000-1049 |
  Henry Robert de Louvain
  Count of Louvain (de Bruis)
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  Godfrey
  ______________ Duke of Lower Lorraine
  | Count of Brabant and Louvain
Eustace II Lambert de Lens Godfrey of Boulogne Ida of Boulogne _______|__________
of Boulogne, m. 1st m. 1st (?) m. 2nd Adele Bishop of Paris m. Baldwin of Bourg
Goda of England 1025-1054 sister of Duke Chancellor of France Adeliz of Louvain Joscelyn de Louvain
m. 2nd Ida of died at Battle of Lille William of Normandy m. Henry I of England
Bouillon | the Conqueror
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  |______________ | Judith de Lens
  | Seier de Lens Walter de Lens m. Waltheof
Count Eustace III Godfrey & Baldwin (de Seton) (de Bedford) of Northumbria
of Boulogne 1st and 2nd (known as Dougall
m. Mary sister of Kings of Jerususalem de Seton, 1st) Winemar de Lens
King David I of Scotland | (also le Fleming)
  | |________________ ______________________ _____ Maud of Huntingdon Alice
  | | | m. (as second wife)
Matilda Walter de Lens Hugh de Lens David I of Scotland
Countess of Boulogne (de Seton) (also called le Fleming)
m. Stephen of Blois of England (also called
and became le Fleming)
Queen of England (also known as Dougall de Seton, 2nd)
  | m. Jonet de Quincy, c. 1106
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Eustace IV of Boulogne
  Seier (Seher) de Walter de Seton 2 daughters (?)
  Seton (also again called
  c. 1124-1150 Dougall)
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  Philip de Seton
  m. Helen (Alice)
  daughter of Waltheof, 5th Earl of Dunbar and March
  d. 1179
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  Alexander de Seton (Setoun)
  m. Jean Barclay (Berkeley)
  d. 1211
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  Bertrand de Seton (Bertram/Bartine)
  m. Margaret Comyn
  daughter of William, Earl of Buchan
  d. 1230 (?)
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  Adam de Seton (Setoune) Alexander de Seton (Setoune)
  m. Margaret Gifford who witnessed a charter to the Burgh of Glasgow, c. Nov. 22, 1225
  daughter of Hugh, Lord Yester
  d. 1255 (?)
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  Sir Christopher de Seton John de Seton daughter (?)
  (known as Chrystell) m. Sir William Keith
  m. Maud Percy, daughter
  of Ingelram Percy, Lord Topcliff
  d. 1269
  |______________
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  Christopher Seton John Seton
  friend and companion of Sir William Wallace
  m. Agnes, daughter of Patrick, Earl of March
  d. 12 June, 1298 at the Battle of Dillicarew
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  Sir Christopher Seton
  m. Lady Christian Bruce
  sister of King Robert Bruce
  faithful friend of King Robert, he was killed (executed)
  for his presence (consent) of Bruce's killing of the "Red Comyn"
  d. 1323
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  Sir Alexander Seton of Seton
  m. Isabel, daughter of Duncan, 10th Earl of Fife
  d. Aug. 1332 at Wester Kinghorn, Fife, in defense of King Robert Bruce
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  Sir Alexander Seton of Seton
  Captain and Keeper of Berwick Castle
  m. Christian Cheyne of Straloch
  d. 1342 (?)
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  Sir Alexander Seton John Seton William Thomas son (2?)
  m. Margaret Murray founder of the
  sister of Captain Setons of Parbroath
  William Murray, Keeper
  of Edinburgh Castle
  d. 1345 (?)
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  Margaret Seton (heiress of Seton)
  m. Alan de Winton c. 1347
  Alan took the name of Seton and died on a crusade to the Holy Land
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  Sir William Seton of Seton, died 1409 Henry de Winton Christian Seton
  1st Lord Seton, before 1363 kept his fathers name. m. the Count of Dunbar and March
  m. Catherine St. Clair (Sinclair) of Herdmanston the Winton's of Wrychthouses became Countess in her own right.
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  John Seton , 2nd Lord Seton Alexander Seton 6 daughters
  m. Janet Dunbar, dau. Of the Earl of March m. Elizabeth Gordon
  d. 1441 heiress of Gordon and became Lord Gordon in 1437
  | d. 1449
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  William Seton Alexander Seton William Seton sons + daughters (?)
  Master of Seton Lord Gordon m. Elizabeth Meldrum
  m. unknown 1st Earl of Huntly heiress of Meldrum
  d. at Verneuil, Fr. he took the name m. 2nd Margaret of Leuchars
  Aug. 17, 1424 of Gordon d. 18th May, 1452 at the Battle of Brechin
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  |______________ the Seton's of Meldrum
  | the Marquess Seton's of Touch | |
  | 2 daughters + Duke of Gordon | V |
  George Seton, born 1415, died 1479 (?) V the Seton's of the Seton's of Pittmedden
  3rd Lord Seton Abercorn | |
  m.Margaret Stewart V |
  heiress of of John, the Seton's of Mounie
  Earl of Buchan
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  | dau. Christian illeg. Son, slain at Flodden
  John Seton m. Hugh Douglas
  Master of Seton of Corehead John Seton
  m. Christian Lindsay
  daughter of the 1st Thomas Seton, Priest.
  Lord Lindsay of Byres
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  George Seton, died after 1503. John Seton Alexander Seton Lady Christian Seton
  4th Lord Seton, purchased ship, Eagle, 1498 killed by robbers m. Preston of Whitehill
  m. Lady Margaret Campbell in Annandale
  eldest daughter of Colin John Seton
  1st Earl of Argyll Baillies of Tranent
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  George Seton John Seton Robert Seton 2 daughters
  5th Lord Seton d. young d. Milan, Italy
  m. Lady Janet Hepburn
  daughter of the William Seton Alexander Seton
  1st Earl of Bothwell Scots Guards in m. Janet Sinclair, heiress of Northrig
  d. at Flodden, Sept.19, 1513. France
  | the Seton's of Northrig
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  1st son George Seton, died 1549 3rd son Mariota (Marion)
  died young. 6th Lord Seton died young. m. Hugh Montgomerie
  m. 1st Elizabeth Hay 2nd Earl of Eglinton
  _______ m. 2nd Lady Mary Pyeris of France
  | who came with Mary of Guise
  George Seton, born 1531, died 1585 John Seton 5 girls | |
  7th Lord Seton, in 1549 m. Isabel Balfour 2 sons Mary Seton
  m. Isabel Hamilton of Sanquhar at Sorn. heiress of Cariston no descendants of Queen Mary Stuart's four Mary's fame
  Commissioner for the marriage of Queen |
  Mary Stuart, and famous supporter. Setons of Cariston
  Often erroneously called 5th Lord. (or Carraldston)
 
 
 
 
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  Robert Seton, 8th Lord Seton Sir John Seton Alexander Seton Sir Willim Seton Margaret Seton
  1st Earl of Winton of Barnes Lord Fyvie of Kyllismuir m. Claude Hamilton
  m. Lady Margaret Montgomerie | 1st Earl of Dunfermline Lord Paisley
  daughter of Hugh, 3rd Earl of the Seton's Chancellor of Scotland their son was created
  Eglinton of Barnes | Earl of Abercorn
  d. 22 March, 1603 the Earls of Dunfermline the present Dukes of Abercorn
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Robert Seton George Seton Sir Alexander Seton Sir Thomas Seton Sir John Seton Isabel Seton
2nd Earl of Winton 3rd Earl of Winton of Foulstruther, his son took the name of Olivestob of St. Germains m. James Drummond
m. Ann Maitland dau m. Lady Ann Hay of Montgomerie and succeeded as 1st Earl of Perth
of Lord Thirlstane | m. 2nd Elizabeth Maxwell Earl of Eglinton
Chancellor | daughter of 7th Lord Herries |__________ Montgomery Earls of Eglinton&Winton
of Scotland |
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George Seton Alexander Seton Elizabeth Seton Christopher Seton John Seton Robert Seton Ann Seton Mary Seton 2 sons
b. 15th May, 1613 Viscount Kingston m. William, 7th William Seton of Garleton of Windygoul m. John Stuart m. James Dalzell 4 daughters
m. Lady Henrietta m.Jane Fletcher Earl of Marishal both died of the m. Christian created Baronet 2nd Earl 4th Earl died young or
Gordon m. 2nd Elizabeth coast of Holland Home of Nova Scotia of Traquair of Carnwrath unmarried
daughter of the Douglas (10 children) d. Nov, 1672
Marquess Huntly | (no children)
d. 4th June, 1648 the Seton's
  _____ of Garleton
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George Seton 3 sons
4th Earl of Winton d. young or unmarried
brought up a Protestant
had command of
East Lothian Regiment of Foot, 1666-67
GrandMaster of the Household
of His Majesty the King, 1685
m. Christian Hepburn
daughter and heiress of John Hepburn
of Adiston
d. 6th March, 1704
 
 
George Seton Of the Seton's of Parbroath
5th Earl of Winton there are a number of branches:
one of 1st to be active Rumgavie
in the Rising of 1715 Kinglass
Attainted and Forfeit Lathrisk, pronounced "Larisse"
escaped Tower of London Clatto
Member of Chevaliers Cabinet in Rome Burntisland
d. 19th Dec., 1749 Kippilaw
(never married, no children)
 
 
 
 
Seton branches which took the name of the estate or family which they inter-married are:
Edmonstone
Falside
Johnstone
Gordon
Montgomerie
Sutherland
 

Seton Crest
Seton tartan

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