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The Seaton family : with genealogy and biographies

by Oren Andrew Seaton, editor
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Topeka, Kansas : Crane & Co., 1906
441 p., 6 leaves of plates : ill., coats of arms, ports.

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Bibliography: p. 14-15.

Henry Seaton immigrated to Virginia in 1690 and settled first in Gloucester County. He married Elizabeth Todd in 1709. They moved to an estate in King William County. They had one son, George (1711- 1750). Descendants lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Washington D.C., Connecticut, New York, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and elsewhere.

Includes Seeton, Seton, and Seyton as spelling variations.

Includes the Clarke, Miller, Tyler, and other related families.

Also includes the history of the Seaton family in Scotland and other Seaton families.

Includes index.

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