Seth Marsden

Seth Marsden
Born 2295[citation needed]
Died 2342
Affiliation House Marsden
Spouse Nicohaas
Children Kevin Marsden[1]
Rebecca Marsden[1]
Simon Marsden
Timothy Marsden[1]

Seth Marsden (Born 2295-2342)[2] - Late twenty-third century - Early twenty-fourth century politician, businessman, and founder of the interstellar nation, the Protectorate of Donegal.

History[edit]

Seth Marsden was a businessman who worked for Skye Traders, an interstellar transport company run by Ian McQuiston. He became a trusted aide to McQuiston, Ian during those years gather influence and power to form the Federation of Skye. Ten years after its formation, Seth resigned from Skye Traders due to a dispute with Ian.[3]

Seth made his way to the world of Donegal in 2301, which he had heard of its pleasant environment. He founds his own company Donegal Freight And Goods, he too was able to replicate the success his former Mentor had enjoyed. Use his money to purchase small local interstellar transport companies would operated local trade routes near the world. He managed to gather wealth and power to form a mercantile power in 2313, he names the Protectorate of Donegal.[4]

Seth was killed in a pirate raid in 2342.[5]

Legacy[edit]

The city of Marsden on Tharkad was named in his honor.

Titles and Positions[edit]

Preceded by
None
Leader of the Protectorate of Donegal
2313-2342



Succeeded by
Simon Marsden

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 House Steiner (The Lyran Commonwealth) (Printed Version)- "Family Tree" (unverified)
  2. House Steiner (The Lyran Commonwealth) (Printed Version)- "Family Tree" - Behind Maps. Seth age and rein as Leader of the Protectorate of Donegal
  3. Handbook: House Steiner, p. 14 - "Three Who would be One" - Seth falls out from mentor Ian and leaves.
  4. House Steiner (The Lyran Commonwealth), p. 10 - "Founding Fathers" - Seth's life and times that led him to founding his own nation.
  5. House Steiner (The Lyran Commonwealth) printed copy only - "Family Tree notes death due to raid and year given".

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