Mary Seton

Mary Seton (1549–1615) was a Scottish courtier and later a nun. She was one of the four attendants of Mary Queen of Scots known as the Four Marys. She was a sister at the Convent of Saint Pierre les Dames in Rhiems at the time of her death.

Read more about Mary Seton:  Sent To France, Scotland Again, In England, The Convent of Saint-Pierre in Rhiems

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Mary Seton - The Convent of Saint-Pierre in Rhiems
... Saint-Pierre at Rheims in France where the abbess was Renée de Guise, the sister of Mary of Guise and aunt of Mary, Queen of Scots ... Maitland visited the Convent and found Seton to be living in povery and suffering from failing health ... family, to whom he was remotely related, and to Queen Mary's son James VI of Scotland, but there is no evidence of a response ...

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