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Huntley L. Gordon MP (1883 - 1967)

Huntley Gordon (September 5, 1883—December 15, 1967) was an American racing driver. Gordon made six American Championship Car Racing starts on the west coast in 1914 and 1915. His best finish was 5th...

Inez Bedward (Gordon) MP (deceased)

Irene Gordon (Wilkins) MP (deceased)

Irma Joiner (Gordon) MP (1907 - d.)

Lady Isabel Gordon MP (c.1462 - bef.1485)

Father: George Gordon , 2nd Earl of Huntly Mother: Annabella Stewart , Princess of Scotland b: ABT 1440 Lady Isabel Gordon, 2nd dau. of George [Gordon], 2nd Earl of Huntly, by his second wife the...

Isabel Sophia Gordon-Lennox (Craven) MP (1863 - 1887)

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Isabella Paterson (Gordon) MP (1779 - 1865)

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Isiah Nathan Gordon MP (c.1886 - d.)

Isobell Gordon of Lochinvar MP (c.1434 - 1454)

Isobel or Isabel Gordon married Uchtred McDowall. They had three children.

Ivy Cavendish-Bentinck (Gordon-Lennox), Duchess of Portland MP (1887 - 1982)

J Gordon MP (c.1883 - 1912)

Mr J. Gordon Engineering Crew » Trimmer Age: 29 years Marital Status: Married. Last Residence: at Sailors' Home Southampton Hampshire England Occupation: Trimmer Last Ship: Oceanic Engi...

Jamaa Fanaka (Walter Gordon), Film Director MP (1942 - 2012)

James George Gordon, II MP (1680 - 1748)

John George Gordon, with six brothers, arrived in Charleston, South Carolina, in 1724 from Aberdeen, Scotland.

James Gordon MP (c.1650 - 1715)

James Gordon of Lesmoir, 1st Laird of Crichie MP (c.1495 - 1559)

James Gordon of Haddo and Methlick MP (b. - 1623)

James Alexander Gordon, R.N., K.C.B., Admiral of the Fleet MP (1782 - 1869)

Find-a-Grave Memorial #176390047 -------------------------------------------------------------------- Admiral of the Fleet Sir James Alexander Gordon, GCB (6 October 1782 – 8 January 1869) was a Ro...

Sir James Gordon of Lochinvar, Kt. MP (1501 - 1547)

Battle of Pinkie Cleugh 10 September 1547 Known as Black Saturday Battle of Pinkie Cleugh Andrew Coulson YouTube Battle of Pinkie Cleugh From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ... His eldest son...

James Gordon MP (1820 - d.)

James Gordon, worked as slater 1851 Census Piece: SCT1851/612 Place: St. Quivox -Ayrshire Enumeration District: 1b Civil Parish: St. Quivox Ecclesiastical Parish, Village or Island: Wallaceto...

Sir James Gordon of Park, 2nd Baronet MP (1678 - 1727)

Biographical Summary " Sir James Gordon, Baronet [S. 1686], of Park , s. and h., by 4th wife, suc. to the Baronetcy in Feb., and had spec, service to his father 28 April 1713. He executed an entail o...

James Gordon MP (c.1456 - d.)

General Notes: James Gordon was the youngest son of his father, George Gordon. He was ancestor of the Gordons of Letterfourie Baronets. George Gordon gave Letterfourie to his youngest son, James Gord...

James Gordon, 1st Baronet of Lesmoir MP (1560 - 1641)

Biographical Summary " James Gordon of Lesmoir , co. Aberdeen, son and heir of Alexander Gordon, of the same, by Marion, daughter of Alexander Forbes of Pitsligo, co Aberdeen, had, on 18 March 1592, ...

Rev. James Gordon MP (1614 - 1695)

Notes for Rev. James Gordon: Christening: 22 Nov 1614, Elgin, Morayshire, Scotland 1. Immigration; 1646; Northern Ireland. 2. Occupation; FROM 1645 TO 1656; Comber, County Down, Northern Ireland....

James Gordon of Buittle MP (b. - 1633)

James Gordon of Buittle1 M, #132726 Last Edited=7 May 2008 James Gordon of Buittle married Margaret Vans, daughter of Sir John Vans of Barnbarroch and Margaret Macdowall.1 Children of James ...

James Gordon, 1st of Cairnburrow MP (c.1465 - 1537)

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James Gordon of Newton and Williamstone MP (b. - 1644)

Dr. James Gordon of Fechil MP (b. - 1741)

James Henning Gordon MP (1867 - 1931)

James Gordon MP (b. - bef.1786)

James Gordon MP (deceased)

James Gordon MP (deceased)

James Gordon MP (1915 - d.)

Gen. Sir James Willoughby Gordon, 1st Baronet, GCB, GCH MP (1772 - 1851)

Wikipedia contributors. " Sir James Gordon, 1st Baronet ." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. " GORDON, Sir James Willoughby, 1st bt. (1772-1851), of Niton, I.o.W ", he History of Parliament: the Hous...

James Gordon, 5th Baronet of Lesmoir MP (c.1660 - 1734)

Biographical Summary " Sir James Gordon, Baronet [S 1625] of Lesmoir , son and heir, who, in 1681, had v.p., been enfeoffed in the Barony of Newton; succeeded to the Barontcy, about 1684. He married,...

James Gordon, Younger of Lesmoir MP (c.1590 - 1633)

James Gordon, 2nd Baronet Lesmoir MP (b. - 1647)

James Gordon MP (c.1612 - 1634)

James L. Gordon MP (1917 - 1967)

James L. Gordon was the first elected mayor of Olongapo City. He was born of an American Marine father and a Filipina mother.

Jane Gordon (Maxwell), Duchess of Gordon MP (1748 - 1812)

Island of the Swans is a romantic historical novel by award-winning author Ciji Ware that tells the true story of passionate and flamboyant Jane Maxwell, the 4th Duchess of Gordon (1749-1812). Wiki...

Jane Duff-Gordon (Gordon) MP (b. - 1865)

Jane Gordon (Seymour) MP (1830 - 1864)

Jane Gordon MP (1530 - 1577)

Janet Gordon was born in 1530. She was the daughter of James Gordon of Lochinvar.1 She married Patrick Agnew of Lochnaw, son of Andrew Agnew of Lochnaw and Agnes Stewart, in 1550.1 She died on 13 Febru...

Jane Ann Gordon MP (1880 - d.)

Jane Elizabeth Knox (Gordon) MP (c.1795 - d.)

Janet Gordon-Sutherland MP (1527 - d.)

Janet Gordon MP (1442 - 1473)

Janet Elizabeth Gordon-Lennox, Duchess of Richmond & Gordon MP

Janet Gordon (Leith) MP (deceased)

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Janet Gordon of Huntly MP (1462 - c.1558)

Janet Gordon Born: About 1472 Died: Before February 1558-1559 Lady Janet Gordon was the daughter of George Gordon, 2nd Earl of Huntly. Married Alexander Lindsay, Master of Crawford, son...

Janet Gordon of Lochinvar, Countess Glengairn MP (c.1528 - 1577)

Parents: daughter of Sir John Gordon of Lochinvar and Margaret Crichton. Married: William Cuninghame, 6th Earl of Glencairn, son of Alexander Cuninghame, 5th Earl of Glencairn and Lady Janet Hamilton...

Janet Forbes (Gordon) MP (c.1492 - d.)

Janet Gordon (Irvine) MP (c.1559 - d.)

Janet Gordon of Lochinvar MP (c.1565 - d.)

Jean Gordon of Kenmure MP (1496 - 1526)

Lady Jean Gordon (Drummond) MP (1609 - 1637)

From Darryl Lundy's Peerage page on Lady Jean Drummond: Lady Jean Drummond F, #10129, b. 1609, d. 29 December 1637 Last Edited=2 Jan 2005 Consanguinity Index=0.6% Lady Jean Drummond...

Jean Gordon MP (1653 - 1696)

Wikipedia contributors. " Sir John Gordon, 2nd Baronet, of Haddo ." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.

Jean Gordon MP (aft.1601 - aft.1668)

Jean Gordon MP (c.1543 - 1629)

Jean GORDON divorced James HEPBURN after the death of Lord DARNLEY, Mary Queen of Scots Husband.

Lady Jean Campbell (Gordon) MP (1479 - 1530)

Lady Jean Gordon MP (c.1634 - c.1691)

From Darryl Lundy's Peerage page on Jean Gordon: Jean Gordon F, #15578, b. 10 October 1634 Last Edited=10 May 2003 Consanguinity Index=0.93% Jean Gordon was born on 10 October 1634. ...

Jean Gordon, of Sutherland MP (1692 - 1747)

1a Jean; married (contract 31 Aug 1702) James, Lord Maitland, eldest son of 5th Earl of Lauderdale (qv), and died 11 Feb 1747 Family: •He married three times, •first to Helen, daughter of Lord Cochra...

Jessica Bowles (Evans-Gordon) MP (1852 - 1887)

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Princess Joan Gordon (Stewart), of Stitchill MP (1428 - 1493)

notes From ... In 1487, King James III granted to James Barbour and his son John Barbour, chaplain, ‘ward of all and singular the lands of the late Andrew McNaucht wherever they are within the King...

Johanna Elizabeth Gordon MP (1878 - 1950)

John Gordon MP (1720 - 1780)

John Gordon, 11th Earl of Sutherland MP (c.1525 - 1567)

Burke's Peerage - JOHN GORDON, 11th Earl of Sutherland , called ‘The Good Earl John'; born 1525; fought Battle of Pinkie 1547 (English defeat of Scots); having earlier supported the pro-French party ...

John Gordon of Gight, 4th of Gight MP (b. - bef.1592)

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John Gordon, 3rd of Pitlurg MP (1547 - 1600)

Sources Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists who Came to America Before 1700: The Lineage of Alfred the Great, Charlemagne, Malcolm of Scotland, Robert the Strong, and Some of Their Descen...

John Gordon of Pitlurg MP (c.1575 - 1619)

John Gordon Birth: Circa 1575 Death: 1619 - [no male issue] Parents: (Sir) John Gordon of Pitlurg, Isabel Gordon of Pitlurg (born Forbes?) Siblings: Barbara Elphinstone (born Gordon), Robert ...

John Gordon of Ogilvy MP (1533 - 1562)

"Corriche 1562, The Battle of Corrichie took place around Meikle Tap in 1562, between George Gordon, 4th Earl of Huntly and James Stuart, the new Earl of Moray (half-brother to Mary Queen of Scots). ...

John Gordon of Pitlurg MP (1517 - 1547)

Henry II sent 4,000 troops to Scotland in June 1547. They were a threat to the English border and Somerset directly intervened. He, along with Dudley, led a joint land/sea attack on Scotland. Well-equi...

John Gordon, 16th Earl of Sutherland MP (1661 - 1733)

He was created a Knight of the Thistle , 1716 , Burke's Peerage Extract JOHN GORDON later SUTHERLAND (1690), 16th Earl of Sutherland , KT (1716), PC (S 1687, Feb 1689/90 and Feb 1702/3, GB Jan 17...

Sir John Gordon, 14th Earl of Sutherland MP (1609 - 1679)

Burke's Peerage Extract JOHN GORDON, 14th Earl of Sutherland, PC (S 1641); born 9 March 1608/9; educated Dornoch Sch and Edinburgh and St Andrews Us; granted new charter of Hereditary Shrievalty of S...

John Gordon MP (deceased)

John Gordon, Lord Gordon MP (c.1477 - 1517)

From Darryl Lundy's Peerage page on John Gordon, Lord Gordon: John Gordon, Lord Gordon [1] M, #108314, d. 1517 Last Edited=25 Apr 2011 Consanguinity Index=0.78% John Gordon, Lord Gord...

John Gordon, 3rd Earl of Aboyne MP (b. - 1732)

The Scots peerage , Vol. I, page 103-104

Sir John Gordon of Lochinvar MP (1530 - 1604)

GORDON Viscount KENMURE. The peerage of Scotland: containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom, ... collected from the public records, and ancient chartularies of...

John Gordon, 2nd of Auchleuchries MP (c.1450 - bef.1513)

NOTE: John Gordon's date of death is September 9, 1513 - PERIOD!! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- John of Auchlenchries who was sl...

John Gordon, 1st of Auchleuchries MP (c.1409 - c.1496)

a son Had John, of Auchlenchries who was slain at battle of Flodden, 1513, under the command of Alexander, 3rd Earl of Huntly. (Stirnet says he died about 1496). Links _____________________...

John Hamilton-Gordon, 1st Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair MP (1847 - 1934)

John Gordon, Sieur de Longormes MP (c.1544 - 1619)

Biographical Summary " John Gordon , born 1st September 1544, son of preceeding; educated at University of St Andrews, and at Paris and Orleans (when he had a yearly pension from Queen Mary out of he...

John Gordon MP (1739 - 1816)

A Patriot of the American Revolution for MARYLAND with the rank of Private. DAR Ancestor # A046044 Died age 77. Cause of death listed as "cold plague." Gordon Cemetery II: Tombstone of John Gord...

Sir John Gordon, 1st Bart. of Haddo MP (1610 - 1644)

Biographical Summary " Sir John Gordon, of Haddo , only son and heir of George Gordon, by Margaret, daughter of Sir Alexander Bannerman, of Elsick, which George (who died v.p. October 1610) was 1st s...

John Gordon, 1st and last Viscount Melgum and Lord Aboyne MP (c.1591 - 1630)

From Darryl Lundy's Peerage page on John Gordon: John Gordon, 1st and last Viscount Melgum and Lord Aboyne [1] M, #115305, d. 9 October 1630 Last Edited=26 Jan 2011 Consanguinity Index=0....

Maj. General John B. Gordon (CSA), U.S. Senator, Governor MP (1832 - 1904)

John Brown Gordon (February 6, 1832 – January 9, 1904) was one of Robert E. Lee's most trusted Confederate generals during the American Civil War. After the war, he was a strong opponent of Reconstru...

Sir John Gordon of Park, 1st Baronet MP (c.1645 - 1713)

Biographical Summary " John Gordon, of Park , co. Banff, s. and h. of Sir John Gordon, of Park, by Helen, da. of Sir James Sibbald, 1st Baronet [S. 1630], of Rankeillour, was fined £1,200 in 1662 (wh...

John Wright Gordon MP (c.1893 - d.)

John Gordon, 2nd of Pennynghame MP (b. - 1603)

GORDON Viscount KENMURE In the he 10th of king Robert I Sir Adam Gordon in reward of his good services obtained from that prince the barony of Stickel in the county of Roxburgh and was succeeded by h...

John Gordon of Newton MP (1570 - 1610)

Barbara said to have been the daughter of John Gordon & Margaret Undy of Caskieben, Aberdeenshire. Married Dr. Arthur Johnston about 1630 as his 2nd wife; 5 children Links

John Brown Gordon MP (c.1820 - c.1865)

John Gordon of Glentanner MP (c.1728 - 1778)

John Gordon, 3rd of Cairnburrow MP (c.1541 - 1594)

Only son. Sold Cairnburrow to his younger son William, and left Edinglassie to his eldest son John. --- Married 3rd bef 1617 Elizabeth Wishart. Links

John Gordon MP (b. - bef.1784)

John Gordon MP (deceased)

John George Gordon MP (1716 - 1767)

John G. Gordon fathered eight children.

John Gordon of Greenlaw MP (deceased)

V. ALEXANDER, fifth Viscount of Kenmure ... He married, thirdly (contract 19 April 1672 4 ), Grizel Stewart, only daughter of James, Earl of Galloway, who had a liferent of the manor-place of Greenla...

Sir John Gordon, 2nd of Lochinvar MP (1445 - 1517)

KENMURE, Viscount of, a title in the peerage of Scotland, conferred in 1633, on Sir John Gordon of Lochinvar, descended from William de Gordon, second son of Sir Adam Gordon of Gordon, ancestor of the ...

John Jacob Gordon (Cohen) MP (1873 - 1953)

John Jacob Gordon arrived in the Philippines in 1898 as part of Admiral George Dewey’s fleet during the Spanish-American War. It was reported that John had Russian Jewish parents, likely either Joseph ...

Sir John Gordon, 2nd of Park and Glenbucket MP (c.1610 - 1672)

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John Gordon MP (1773 - 1847)