Adam de Gordon

     Adam de Gordon was born in Scotland. He was the son of Unknown Gordon.

Child of Adam de Gordon

Richard de Gordon

( - 1200)
     Richard de Gordon was the son of Unknown Gordon.
     Richard died in 1200 in Scotland.

Child of Richard de Gordon

Sir Thomas de Gordon

( - circa 1232)
     Sir Thomas de Gordon was the son of Richard de Gordon.
     Thomas died circa 1232.

Child of Sir Thomas de Gordon

Sir Thomas de Gordon

( - 1285)
     Sir Thomas de Gordon was the son of Sir Thomas de Gordon.
     Sir Thomas de Gordon married Marjorie Unknown (Gordon).
     Thomas died in 1285.

Child of Sir Thomas de Gordon and Marjorie Unknown (Gordon)

Adam Gordon

(before 1450 - 1528)
     Adam Gordon was born before 1450 in Scotland. He was the son of Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly and Elizabeth Crichton. Adam was Dean of Caithness at Scotland.
     Adam died in 1528.

Sir Adam Gordon

(say 1280 - 13 July 1333)
     Sir Adam Gordon was born say 1280 in Scotland. He was the son of Adam de Gordon and Margery Unknown (Gordon).
     Sir Adam Gordon married Annabella Unknown (Gordon).
     Sir Adam Gordon was Justiciary of Lothian in 1305 under Edward I and sat in the English council at Westminster as one of the representatives of Scotland. Tardily joining Bruce, he had a grant of the great northern lordship of Strathbogie, forfeited by the Earl of Athole, but as Athole returned to his allegiance, possession did not immediately follow.
     Adam died in battle against the English on 13 July 1333 in Halidon Hill, between Berwick & Duns, Northumberland, England.

Sir Adam Gordon

( - 14 September 1402)
     Sir Adam Gordon was born in Scotland. He was the son of Sir John Gordon (of that ilk).
     Sir Adam Gordon married Elizabeth Keith, daughter of William Keith Marischal of Scotland and Margaret Fraser, circa 1380.
     Adam died in battle against the English on 14 September 1402 in Homildon Hill, Northumberland, England. Sir Adam Gordon, Kt. of Huntly. being slain at the Battle of Homildon 1402, was succeeded by his daughter Elizabeth, wife of Alexander Seton, who in conjunction with her husband obtained in 1408 from Robert Duke of Albany, a charter of the Baronies of Gordon and Huntly with remainder to their joint heirs and to the heirs of Elizabeth.

Children of Sir Adam Gordon and Elizabeth Keith

Sir Adam Gordon

( - circa 1351)
     Sir Adam Gordon was born in Scotland. He was the son of Sir Adam Gordon and Annabella Unknown (Gordon).
     Adam died circa 1351.

Adam Gordon (of Aboyne)

( - 17 March 1537/38)
     Adam Gordon (of Aboyne) was born in Scotland. His mother is in doubt. He was the son of George Gordon 2nd Earl Huntly and Elizabeth Hay.
     Adam Gordon (of Aboyne) married Elizabeth Sutherland Countess of Sutherland, daughter of John Sutherland 8th Earl of Sutherland, circa 1500.
     Adam died on 17 March 1537/38.

Child of Adam Gordon (of Aboyne) and Elizabeth Sutherland Countess of Sutherland

Adam Gordon (of Auchindoun)

     Adam Gordon (of Auchindoun) was born in Scotland. He was the son of George Gordon Marquess of Huntly and Lady Henrietta Stewart.

Agnes Gordon

(1 June 1852 - )
     Agnes Gordon was born on 1 June 1852 in Aberdeen. She was the daughter of George Gordon and Mary or Ann MacPherson.

Agnes Gordon (Sinclair)

     Agnes Gordon (Sinclair) was born in Scotland. She was the daughter of George Gordon 2nd Earl Huntly and Elizabeth Hay.

Alexander Gordon

(before 1445 - )
     Alexander Gordon was born before 1445 in Scotland. He was the son of Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly and Elizabeth Crichton.

Alexander Gordon

(before 1539 - 1553)
     Alexander Gordon was born before 1539 in Scotland. He was the son of George Gordon 4th Earl Huntly and Elizabeth Keith.
     Alexander Gordon married Barbara Hamilton (Fleming), daughter of James Hamilton Duke of Chatelherault and Lady Margaret Douglas, in 1549. She was the widow of Lord Fleming. Burke states that she married Gordon first and Fleming second.
     Alexander died in 1553. He died before his father..

Alexander Gordon

(circa 1785 - 8 January 1808)
     Alexander Gordon was born circa 1785 in Scotland. He was the son of Alexander Gordon 4th Duke of Gordon.
     He served as an Army officer.
     Alexander died on 8 January 1808.

Alexander Gordon

(after 1525 - 1552)
     Alexander Gordon was born after 1525. He was the son of Alexander Gordon Master of Sutherland and Lady Janet Stewart.
     Alexander was killed by a fall from his horse in 1552 in Elgin, Moray.

Alexander Gordon 2nd Duke of Gordon

(circa 1687 - 28 November 1728)
     1695 Poll - Huntly (Dumbennan) : Alexander, aged 8, second son of John, Duke of
Gordon, Knockespock / Arclach.
. Alexander Gordon 2nd Duke of Gordon was born circa 1687 in Scotland. He was the son of George Gordon 4th Marquess Huntly & 1st Duke and Elizabeth Howard Duchess of Gordon.
     Alexander died on 28 November 1728 in Scotland.

Children of Alexander Gordon 2nd Duke of Gordon

Alexander Gordon 3rd Earl Huntly

(circa 1466 - 16 January 1523/24)
     Alexander Gordon 3rd Earl Huntly was born circa 1466 in Scotland. On 8 Jul 1482, Alexander witnessed, as the granter's eldest son, a charter by George, Earl of Huntlie to Thomas Barde and his wife. Thus, he was born at the very latest in 1468. That he sat in Parliament in 1485 suggests he was born before 1464 (ie. he was of the age of majority).
Andrew MacEwen indicates that Alexander Gordon was the child of George Gordon, by his 3rd wife, Elizabeth Hay. He is presently working on an article which will provide conclusive evidence regarding Alexander Gordon's parentage. Mr. MacEwen also reports that George Gordon had only one child by his 2nd marriage to Annabel of Scotland, namely Isabel (wife of William Hay, 3rd Earl of Erroll).
He would have been made legitimate by the subsequent marriage of his parents. He was the son of George Gordon 2nd Earl Huntly and Elizabeth Hay.
     A contract for the marriage of Alexander Gordon 3rd Earl Huntly and Janet or Jean or Joann Stewart was signed on 20 October 1474. His brother Adam was already born and the contract stipulated that failing him, his brother Adam was to implement the contract and so forth, "from son to son lauchfully gotten."
     Alexander Gordon 3rd Earl Huntly married Janet or Jean or Joann Stewart, daughter of John Stewart Earl of Athol and Lady Margaret Douglas, after 20 October 1474.
     On 8 Jul 1482, Alexander witnessed, as the granter's eldest son, a charter by George, Earl of Huntlie to Thomas Barde and his wife [NAS, GD185/8/2/5].
Thus, he was born at the very latest in 1468. That he sat in Parliament in 1485 suggests he was born before 1464 (ie. he was of the age of majority).
I recognize that males could witness documents as early as 14. Hence my note about being born at the latest in 1468 (ie.
1482-1468). It is my understanding that in order to attend Parliament in Scotland one had to be the holder of land of a certain value.
I am more certain that one had to be 21 to legally take sasine of land without a curator / procurator / tutor / guardian. In the latter case, any alienation could have been revoked up to and upon coming of age. This had a big bearing on the debts of the estate which the heir was ultimately responsible for.
Regardless, prior to coming of age the land was in wardship. The superior had the right to the wardship and non entries and could assign these rights. Often they did to the highest bidder. In order to maximize profits the purchaser would surely want to exercise their rights as long as possible.      
Alexander Gordon 3rd Earl Huntly was was sitting in Parliament in 1485.
     He succeeded his father as 3rd Earl of Huntley and acquired Strathavon in Banffshire and the Brae of Lochaber in Invernesshire. He commanded with Lord Home the left wing of the Scottish army at Flodden. He was one of the Council of Regency 1517. He was succeeded by his grandson George who acquired the Earldom of Moray.
     "In February 1504-5 she obtained letters against Alexander, Earl of Huntly, compelling him to pay 50 pounds to her as his mother---". Alexander was a Privy Counsellor.
     Alexander died on 16 January 1523/24 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland. CP vol. 6, p. 677 states that Alexander died on January 21, 1524 at Perth. A source is not provided. Scots Peerage states that he died January 16, 1524 at Perth, citing Records of Aboyne, p. 427. Both references state that he was buried at the church of the Dominican Frairs in Perth. Perhaps January 21 refers to the burial date. He was buried on 21 January 1524 in the Dominican Friars, Perth.

Child of Alexander Gordon 3rd Earl Huntly and Janet or Jean or Joann Stewart

Alexander Gordon 4th Duke of Gordon

(circa 1745 - 1827)
     Created Baron Gordon, of Huntly and Earl of Norwich (Peerage of Gt Britain) 1784. Inherited the Baronies of Beauchamp, of Bletshoe (cr.1363) and Mordaunt of Turvey (cr.1532).

. Alexander Gordon 4th Duke of Gordon was born circa 1745. He was the son of Cosmo George Gordon 3rd Duke of Gordon.
     Alexander died in 1827 in Scotland.

Alexander Gordon Bishop

     Alexander was Bishop of Galloway at Scotland. He was the son of Lord John Gordon and Margaret Stewart.

Alexander Gordon Master of Sutherland

(circa 1501 - 15 January 1529/30)
     Alexander Gordon Master of Sutherland was born circa 1501. He was the son of Adam Gordon (of Aboyne) and Elizabeth Sutherland Countess of Sutherland.
     Alexander Gordon Master of Sutherland married Lady Janet Stewart circa 16 June 1520. She married three times after his death.
     Alexander died on 15 January 1529/30.

Children of Alexander Gordon Master of Sutherland and Lady Janet Stewart

Alexander Gordon of that ilk

( - 17 October 1346)
     Alexander Gordon of that ilk was born in Scotland. He was the son of Sir Adam Gordon and Annabella Unknown (Gordon).
     Alexander died on 17 October 1346 in Durham, Durham, England.

Child of Alexander Gordon of that ilk

Alicia Gordon (Gordon)

(before 1265 - 1280)
     Alicia Gordon (Gordon) married Adam de Gordon, son of Adam de Gordon. Alicia Gordon (Gordon) was born before 1265 in Scotland. She was the daughter of Sir Thomas de Gordon and Marjorie Unknown (Gordon).
     Alicia died in 1280.

Child of Alicia Gordon (Gordon) and Adam de Gordon

Ann Gordon Countess de Crolly

     Ann Gordon Countess de Crolly was the daughter of Lewis Gordon 3rd Marquis Huntly.

Anne Gordon

     Anne Gordon was the daughter of George Gordon 2nd Marquis Huntly and Anne Campbell Lady.

Anne Gordon (Stuart) Countess of Moray

     Anne Gordon (Stuart) Countess of Moray was born in Scotland. She was the daughter of George Gordon Marquess of Huntly and Lady Henrietta Stewart.

Child of Anne Gordon (Stuart) Countess of Moray

Beatrice Gordon

(after 1523 - 1529)
     Beatrice Gordon was born after 1523. She was the daughter of Alexander Gordon Master of Sutherland and Lady Janet Stewart.
     Beatrice died in 1529. She was the wife of Wiloiam Sinclair of Dunbaeath.

Caroline Marie Gordon

Catherine Gordon

(before 1450 - )
     Catherine Gordon was born before 1450 in Scotland. She was the daughter of Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly and Elizabeth Crichton.

Catherine Gordon

( - October 1537)
     Catherine Gordon was born in Scotland. She was the daughter of George Gordon 2nd Earl Huntly and Elizabeth Hay.
     Catherine died in October 1537.