The following data is extracted from Gordon Family Records.
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. Had a charter from King David confirming the donation of the lands of Strathbogie, A. D. 138. Marched into England with an army and returned with much booty. This was in revenge for the plundering of his lands by the English. He married a daughter of Sir William Keith, Marischal of Scotland.
A115 SIR ADAM VII. He was one of the Scots generals in the battle of Hamledonhill, 1403.
A116 ELIZABETH, heiress. Married her near kinsman, Alexander lord Gordon. He was wounded in the battle of Harlaw.
A117 ALEXANDER II, LORD GORDON : d. 1470. He aided Charles VII, of France, against the English. Was one of the hostages for the ransom of James I, of Scotland, who, for his good services, created him Earl of Huntly, 1449. Succeeded to the estates of his predecessors. He fought against the Douglases and Crawfords, Succeeded his father who were rebels against James II. (3) Adam, ancestor of Gordon of Embo. (SEE C 152. )
A118 GEORGE II, Earl of Huntly. Member of the privy council to James III, and to King James IV, of Scotland. See D185 and F220. (1) Alexander-1 19.
(2) Sir Adam: acquired the lands of Aboynne ; married the heiress of Sutherland and Strathanaver, whose posterity still possess the estate and title of earl of Sutherland.
A119 ALEXANDER III, EARL OF HUNTLY. Was in great favor with James IV. He was made high chancellor of Scotland, heritable constable and heritable sheriff of Inverness.
1. JOHN 120. Which see.
2. George 135.
3. Alexander: Archbishop of Glasgow.
A. John: Lord of Glenluce. Lord of the bedchamber of
Chas. IX, King of France.
B. Armand Claude, Knight of Francville. Was captain of Cent-hommes d'arms in the French service.
C. Armand James: Colonel of horse in French service.
D. George Lord Gordon: b. 1691. The Duke of Gordon.
1. George IInd Count of Gordon.
2. Andrew IIIrd Count of Gordon. Was adjutant general in Bohemia.
A120 JOHN LORD GORDON: married the PRINCESS JEAN STEWART, daughter of KING JAMES IV, of Scotland, by Margaret Drummond, daughter to the Lord Drummond, out of whose family Robert III, King of Scotland (from whom are descended all the British Kings of the name of Stewart), had formerly married Annabelle Drummond. John died before his father's death.
Source: Gordon Family Records