Bydand Forever - "Bydand Forever recreates the 1st Battalion, The Gordon Highlanders, as they were during the Egyptian and Sudanese campaigns of the 1880s."
Clan Gordon Highlanders
Descendants of ROBERT GORDON - born about 1609 in Straloch, Leys, Kincardineshire, Scotland, and died April 18, 1681.
Descendants of Benjamin Franklin GORDON b: 18 June 1854 in MO. d: 1937 in Muskogee, OK.
Descendants of Alexander Gordon - born about 1755 West Point, King William County, Virginia and died Nov 1831 Robertson County, Tennessee.
Descendants of ROBERT GORDON - born circa 1740 at Scotland. He married Isabella MCCONCHIE circa 1765 at Scotland. Robert died at an unknown date at Scotland. Robert was a farmer, probably living in the Wigtownshire or Kircudbrightshire region of Galloway, Scotland.
Electric Scotland - Gordon
Genforum - Gordon
Gordon DNA project section of the Family Tree DNA webpage
Gordon Family Discussion List Homepage - Rootsweb
Gordon Family Records - J. Montgomery Seaver
Gordon Highlanders Museum - "At The Gordon Highlanders Museum you can re-live the compelling and dramatic story of one of the British Army's most famous regiments, through the lives of its outstanding personalities and of the kilted soldiers of the North of Scotland who filled its ranks."
Gordons of County Tyrone, Northern Ireland - George Gordon
Haddo House - Home of the Aberdeen Gordons
According to their webpage, "the Gordons of Haddo like to trace their descent from the Bertrand de Gourdon whose arrow fatally wounded Richard the Lionheart in France in 1199, thereby accounting for the family crest of two arms pulling back a bow and arrow. However, it is more probable that the descent comes from Richard Gordon of Berwickshire, who had settled there in 1170." Descendants should, therefore have the same DNA as our Jock & Tam Gordon or our Sir William Gordon descendants.
House of Gordon, Canada
House of Gordon, France
Spanish House of Gordon of Wardhouse
House of Gordon, USA
House of Gordon, New Zealand
House of Gordon (California Chapter)
House of Gordon (Georgia Chapter) - This page was set up for researchers of the Scottish Gordon surname and its septs, but has not been updated since 2002. http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/5917/HOG.htm
House of Gordon (Midwest Chapter) - "You will find a wealth of information about Gordon Clan History, Gordon Septs and Gordon history on these pages. You will also find folks who have a common interest: Gordons and Gordon heritage - and what a heritage it is!"
House of Gordon (Oregon Chapter)
House of Gordon (Virginia Chapter) - One of the more active chapters on the web. http://www.houseofgordonva.com/
"The Official Homepages Of The Gordon Highlanders" http://www.thegordonhighlanders.co.uk/
Rampant Scotland - Gordon
Scottish Family Tree Forum
Gordon of Huntly
Gordon of Glen, Gordon of Kenmure, Gordon of Lochinvar, Gordon of Muirfad, Gordon of Penninghame, Gordon of Stitchill
Gordon of Gordonstoun, Gordon of Sutherland
Gordon of Lesmoir, Gordon of Newton-Gordon, Gordon of Tillytermont
Gordon of Aberdeen, Gordon of Braco, Gordon of Fyvie Castle, Gordon of Haddo, Gordon of Methlic
Gordon of Gordon, Gordon of Huntly, Gordon of Norwich
Gordon of Aboyne, Gordon of Huntly
Gordon of Abergeldie, Gordon of Cluny
Gordon of Gight, Davidson of Newton
Gordon of Ardlogie, Gordon of Ardneidle, Gordon of Cairnfield, Gordon of Letterfourie
Gordon of Auchleuchries, Gordon of Avochie, Gordon of Cairnborrow, Gordon of Collieston(e), Gordon of Fechil, Gordon of Harperfield, Gordon of Hilton, Gordon of Pitlurg, Gordon of Straloch
Gordon of Afton, Gordon of Carleton, Gordon of Culvennan, Gordon of Earlston, Gordon of Halleaths
Webpage dedicated to the Gordons of Manar, The Gordons of Manar claimed the baronetcy of Lesmoir when the male line seemed to be dying out, through a claim that Peter Gordon (b. 1677) of Haddoch was part of that family. www.manar.co.uk
Webpage dedicated to the Seton-Gordons, the Croughly Gordon branch and the Robert Gordon line of Tennessee
Webpage dedicated to Descendants of Alexander Gordon (b. 1635 Scotland, d. Exeter NH 1697) and Mary Lysson. Alexander is considered the earliest documented Gordon in the New World. www.GordonsOfMaine.com
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