SETON, Janet 1
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"By charters dated 1569 and 1577, Thomas II. of Edingight acquired by purchase, also from the Abbey of Kinloss, land called Wester Croylet, and again by charter dated 1581, also from the Abbot of Kinloss, he is shown to have bought from his brother Herome, land called Cranat Strype, which afterwards came to be called Mosstown. From that last deed we learn that Thomas Innes II. of Edingight's first wife's name was Janet Seyton, and as this land acquired from his brother Herome, was to be held jointly by Thomas and his wife, possibly it may have been purchased with her dowry, or it may have been in security of her jointure."
e-books, The Chronicle of the Family of Innes of Edingight by Thomas Innes of Learney (1898).