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Adam de Seton

Also Known As: "Seton of Winton", "12534", "Adam de Seton"
Birthplace: Seton, East Lothian, Scotland (United Kingdom)
Death: 1249 (54-63)
Seton, East Lothian, Scotland (United Kingdom)
Immediate Family:

Son of Alexander II Setoun de Wintoun, Knight and Margaret de Wyntoun
Husband of Jonet Giffard of Yester
Father of John Setoun de Wintoun; Alexaander de Seton; Sir Christell de Seton and Barbara Seton
Brother of Alan de Wyntoun, of Soltre

Managed by: James Fred Patin, Jr.
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About Adam de Seton


  • *******Alan de Wyntoun (from Seton's of Winton, from Adam de Seton's second son).***********
    • ******************************************Adam de Wynton*************************

English Society in the Eleventh Century: Essays in English Mediaeval History - By Sir Paul Vinogradoff Hoyland Extenta facta die sabbati proxima post festum Apostolorum Philippi et lacobi anno regni regis Edwardi octavo apud Sanctum Botulphum coram ThomadeNormanville***********************************Adam de Wynton*************************etc de maneriis de Wykes et Frampton ville et ferie Sancti Botulphi per sacramentum lohannis de Holand militis etc

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Adam de Seton (2nd son, succeeded his father, d early in reign of Alexander III - 1249-1292).

 m. Jane Gifford (dau of Hugh Gifford of Yester) 
(i) Sir Christopher (I) (or Chrystell) de Seton (d c.1269) 
  m. Maud de Percy (dau of Ingelram de Percy, Lord Topcliff in Yorkshire). 
(a) Sir Christopher de Seton (2) (companion of Sir William Wallace, d Dillicarew 12.06.1298). 
 m. Agnes Dunbar, dau of Sir Patrick Dunbar, 'black beard', 8th Earl of Dunbar, 1st Earl of March. 
((1)) Sir Christopher Seton (3) of Seton (the famed "Good Sir Christell", supporter and brother-in-law of King Robert I, The Bruce.  He was awarded the "double-tressure" in addition to his paternal coat of arms as a result of his marriage into the Royal House.  He was executed at Dumfries at the hands of the English.) 
m. Christian Bruce (d 1357, dau of Sir Robert de Bruce, 6th of Annandale - sister of King Robert I) 
 ((A)) Sir Alexander Seton (2), only son, continued below 
((2)) Sir John de Seton (executed at Newcastle). 
m. unknown. 
 ((A)) issue 
((3)) Sir Humphrey de Seton (executed at Newcastle). 
m. unknown. 
 ((A)) issue 
(ii) Sir John de Seton (who held the manor of Seton in Whitby Strand, Yorkshire, and the estate of Winton).  He, in a donation of Robert de Bruce, Lord of Annandale, to the priory of St. Andrews, 1294, is designed Dominus Joannes de Seton, miles.  John (Johan) de Seton, swore featly to Edward I, 1296. 
  m. Erminia Lascelles. 
(a) Alexander (?) de Seton (founded the Seton's of Winton, later the family of "Winton").  Among those who later swore fealty to Edward I of England, in 1296, were Alan (Aleyn) de Wynton, Thomas de Wynton and Gode de Wynton.  Prynne III. 656,658,659,660. 
(iii) Barbara de Seton 
  m. Sir William de Keith, Great Marischal of Scotland (d before 1293) 


  • son of Alexander II de Seton (1164 - 1211) & Margaret de Barclay, of Gartley (1172 - d.)
  • married Janet Gifford of Yester



  1. 1Paul, James Balfour, The Scots Peerage (Edinburgh: D. Douglas, 1904-14.), 6:30, Los Angeles Public Library, 929.72 P324.
  2. 2Paul, J., Scots Peerage, 8:562-3.
  3. 3Seton, Robert, An Old Family; or, the Setons of Scotland and America (New York: Brentano's, 1899. FHL US/CAN Film #1,033,748 Item 4.), pp. 26-7, Family History Library.
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Seton, East Lothian, Scotland (United Kingdom)
Seton, East Lothian, Scotland
Seton, East Lothian , Scotland
Age 59
Seton, East Lothian, Scotland (United Kingdom)