Gordon of Pitlurg

K310 JOHN GORDON, of Scurdargue, or Essie: 2nd s. of John de Gordon, of Strathbolgie, and brother of Adam Gordon, killed at Homildon ; d. 1420 ; succeeded by eldest son, K311. K311 JOHN, of Auchlenchries, co. Aberdeen. K312 JOHN, of Auchlenchries: slain at battle of Flodden, under the command of Alexander, 3rd Earl of

Gordon of Earlston

The house of Earlston descends from Alexander, 2nd son of H255 WILLIAM DE GORDOUNE, 6th Lord of Lochinvar, whose great-grandson, H256 H256 JOHN GORDON, of Earlston: d. 1628. (1) Margaret. (2) Alexander: 2nd of Earlston, M. P. H257. (3) William, of Carleton. (A) James: 2nd Gordon of Carleton; d. unm. 1688. (4) Robert: d. s.

Lord John Gordon Family

E193 WILLIAM I, KING OF ENGLAND. E 194 GUNRED : m. William de Warren. E195 WILLIAM, Earl of Warren and Surrey. E196 ADELINE: m. Henry, Prince of Scotland. E197 DAVID, Earl of Huntingdon. E198 ISABEL: m. Robert, Earl of Annandale. E199 ROBERT BRUCE: Earl of Annandale. E200 ROBERT BRUCE: Earl of Carrick. E201 ROBERT BRUCE:

George Gordon, Second Earl of Huntly

D166 ALFRED THE GREAT, KING OF ENGLAND: m. Ethelbith, dau. of Earl Ethelan. X167 EDWARD the ELDER, KING OF ENGLAND: m. Edgiva, dau. of Earl Sigelline. D168 EDMUND I, KING OF ENGLAND: m. Lady Elgiva. D169 EDGAR the PEACEFUL, KING OF ENGLAND: m. Elfrieda, dau. of Ordgar, Earl of Devon. D170 ETHELRED the UNREADY, KING

George IV, Earl of Huntly

A121 GEORGE IV, EARL OF HUNTLY. Succeeded his grandfather when age 10. “He was a youth of lovely countenance and appearance. When the King went to France, 1535, to marry lady Magdaline, the King of France’s daughter, he nominated the Earl of Huntly (then about age 28) lieutenant of the kingdom in his absence. The

Alexander II English

A112 ALEXANDER II. “Gave proof of his courage” at Bannockburn. Commanded the Scots Army in the battle of Halidonhill. After many victories he at last fell in the battle of Dunham, where his son William was also killed, A. D. 1346. A113 SIR ADAM VI. He was succeeded by his brother John-114. A114 SIR JOHN

Gordon Family Records American

The name of Gordon is as ancient as any of the present European monarchies. Caesar mentions in his commentaries a people among the Nervii, called Gorduni, to whom he gives great praise for their brave defense of Ghent (their city, which he attacked in his conquest of Gaul, B. C. 53). It is said that

Prominent British Gordons of Today

ALBAN GODWIN GORDON, B. Sc., F. C. S.: b. 1890 ‘s. of John Gordon; educ., Birmingham Univ.; mem. of London Insurance Committee, 1913-20 ; served in Army, 1915-19. Add. 2 Cornwall Gardens, Brighton. HON. ALEXANDER: K. C., 1904 ; b. Sydney, 1858 ‘s. of Alexander G-; called to Bar of N. S. W., 1882 ;

Gordon of Abergeldie

6238 ALEXANDER GORDON: 1st Earl of Huntly. 6239 SIR ALEXANDER: Knt., acquired by royal grant from King James III, in the 23rd year of his reign, the lands of Abergeldie, whence this branch of the Gordons was ever after designated. 6240 ALEXANDER: Esquire of Abergeldie. 6241 WILLIAM: Esquire of Abergeldie ; d. 1514. 6242 ALEXANDER:

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