It appears the first authenticated record of the name is in c.1150 when Alexander Seton witnessed a charter by David I, and at about the same period he witnessed a grant by Gillmor Filius Gilleconel to the Church of Lesmahagow.
He may well be the same Alexander de Seton who witnessed a charter by Alexander II in 1225, however, this is thought extremely doubtful as at that period he would have been a very old man and it is far more likely to have been another of that name, perhaps his son. These Seton Tartan colors are dark green, and red, as well as white, and black stripes.
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