James Seton1

b. between 1795 and 1796
  • Birth*: James Seton was born between 1795 and 1796 at Scotland.1,2
  • Marriage*: He married Susannah (?) after 1822.2
  • (Head of Household) Census 41: He was listed as head of household in the 1841 census at Union Street, Darlington, Durham.3
  • Occupation: James Seton was a shoe maker in September 1856.1
  • Occupation*: He was Shoe Maker on 13 December 1857 at Skinner Gate, Darlington, Durham.4

Children of James Seton and Susannah (?)

Citations

  1. [S94] Copy marriage certificate of Richard Iddison and Mary Ann Seton, 12 Sep 1856 "unknown cd."
  2. [S95] Unknown census type for unknown census place (online image).
  3. [S95] Unknown census type for unknown census place (online image) "James Seton, m, age 45, born in Scotland.
    Susannah Seton, f, age 35, born in Durham.
    Jessee Stocks, m, age 18, born in Durham.
    Sarah Seton, f, age 15, born in Durham.
    William Seton, m, age 10, born in Durham.
    Marie Seton, f, age 10, born in Durham.
    David Seton, m, age 8, born in Durham.
    Peter Seton, m, age 6, born in Durham.
    Elizabeth Seton, f, age 4, born in Durham.
    Eleanor Seton, f, age 2, born in Durham.
    Susannah Seton, f, age 0,."
  4. [S75] Certificate, William Iddison & Eleanor Seton marriage of 13 December 1857, On 13 December 1857 at Holy Trinity Church, Darlington in the county of Durham: Marriage of William Iddison (moulder), a bachelor of full age, residing at Clay Row, Darlington, father William Iddison (weaver) and Eleanor Leton, a spinster, a minor (not of full age), residing at Skinner Gate, Darlington, father James Leton (shoe maker). Witnessed by Charles Wilson and Elizabeth Leton.
  5. [S75] Certificate, William Iddison & Eleanor Seton marriage of 13 December 1857, On 13 December 1857 at Holy Trinity Church, Darlington in the county of Durham: Marriage of William Iddison (moulder), a bachelor of full age, residing at Clay Roww, Darlington, father William Iddison (weaver) and Eleanor Leton, a spinster, a minor (not of full age), residing at Skinner Gate, Darlington, father James Leton (shoe maker). Witnessed by Charles Wilson and Elizabeth Leton.