Charles Gordon

( - 1780)
     He served as an Army officer. Charles Gordon was born in Scotland. He was the son of Alexander Gordon 2nd Duke of Gordon.
     Charles died in 1780.

Charles Gordon 10th Marquess of Huntly

(1792 - 1863)
     Charles Gordon 10th Marquess of Huntly was a Member of Parliament for East Grinstead, Sussex. He was born in 1792. He was the son of Charles Gordon 4th Earl of Aboyne.
     Charles died in 1863.

Charles Gordon 11th Marquess Huntly

(5 March 1847 - )
     Charles Gordon 11th Marquess Huntly was born on 5 March 1847. He was the son of Charles Gordon 10th Marquess of Huntly.

Charles Gordon 2nd Earl of Aboyne

( - 1702)
     Charles Gordon 2nd Earl of Aboyne was the son of Charles Gordon Earl of Aboyne.
     Charles died in 1702.

Child of Charles Gordon 2nd Earl of Aboyne

Charles Gordon 4th Earl of Aboyne

( - 1794)
     Succeeded his kinsman as 9th Marquess of Huntly.

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     Charles died in 1794.

Children of Charles Gordon 4th Earl of Aboyne

Charles Gordon Earl of Aboyne

     Charles Gordon Earl of Aboyne was born in Scotland.
     Or this his cousin?. He was the son of John Gordon Lord Aboyne.

Charles Gordon Earl of Aboyne

(circa 1614 - 1681)
     Created Lord Gordon of Strathavon and Earl of Aboyne in 1660, ancestor of the present Marquess of Huntly.
. Charles Gordon Earl of Aboyne was born circa 1614 in Scotland. He was the son of George Gordon 2nd Marquis Huntly and Anne Campbell Lady.
     Charles died in 1681.

Child of Charles Gordon Earl of Aboyne

Charlotte Gordon Duchess of Richmond

     Charlotte Gordon Duchess of Richmond was the daughter of Alexander Gordon 4th Duke of Gordon.

Christian Gordon

(23 October 1731 - )
     Christian Gordon was christened on 23 October 1731 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Gordon and Isabel MacPherson.

Christian Gordon (Forbes)

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

Cosmo George Gordon 3rd Duke of Gordon

( - August 1752)
     Cosmo George Gordon 3rd Duke of Gordon was born in Scotland. Cosmo George Gordon 3rd Duke of Gordon was also known as Cosmo, 3rd Duke of Gordon in records. He was the son of Alexander Gordon 2nd Duke of Gordon.
     Cosmo died in August 1752 in France.

Children of Cosmo George Gordon 3rd Duke of Gordon

Elena Mary Gordon (Wickham)

(1861 - )
     Elena Mary Gordon (Wickham) was born in 1861. She was the daughter of Charles Gordon 10th Marquess of Huntly.

Elizabeth Gordon

     Elizabeth Gordon married James Culbert Colbert.

Child of Elizabeth Gordon and James Culbert Colbert

Elizabeth Gordon

( - between 16 March 1438 and 1439)
     Elizabeth Gordon was the daughter of Sir Adam Gordon and Elizabeth Keith.
     Elizabeth Gordon married Alexander Seton Sir, Lord Gordon, son of Sir William Seton and Janet Fleming, in 1408 in Scotland.
     Elizabeth died between 16 March 1438 and 1439 in Strathbogie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. She was buried in St Nicholas, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

Elizabeth Gordon

(circa 1683 - )
     Elizabeth Gordon was born circa 1683 in Scotland. She was the daughter of George Gordon 4th Marquess Huntly & 1st Duke and Elizabeth Howard Duchess of Gordon.

Elizabeth Gordon

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

Elizabeth Gordon

( - 1681)
     Elizabeth Gordon married Robert Dunbar, son of Robert Dunbar and Isabel Crichton, in 1676.
     Elizabeth died in 1681.

Elizabeth Gordon (Livingston)

( - July 1616)
     Elizabeth Gordon (Livingston) was born in Scotland. She was the daughter of George Gordon Marquess of Huntly and Lady Henrietta Stewart. Elizabeth Gordon (Livingston) was also known as Countess of Linlithgow in records.
     Elizabeth died in July 1616 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

Child of Elizabeth Gordon (Livingston)

Elizabeth Gordon Countess Athol

( - before 1557)
     Elizabeth Gordon Countess Athol was born in Scotland. She was the daughter of George Gordon 4th Earl Huntly and Elizabeth Keith.
     Elizabeth Gordon Countess Athol married John Stewart 4th Earl of Athol, son of John Stewart 3rd Earl of Athol, circa 1547.
     Elizabeth died before 1557.

Elspet Gordon

(circa 1760 - before 1814)
     Elspet Gordon was born circa 1760.
     Elspet Gordon married John MacPherson, son of Paul Macpherson and Janet Cummin, before 1782. A John Macpherson married Anne Gordon 4 Sep 1781 at Inveravon.
     Elspet died before 1814.

Children of Elspet Gordon and John MacPherson

Esme Stuart Gordon

(1853 - 1900)
     Esme Stuart Gordon was born in 1853 in England. He was the son of Charles Gordon 10th Marquess of Huntly.
     Esme died in 1900.

Ethelreda Caroline Gordon (Wickham)

(1864 - )
     Ethelreda Caroline Gordon (Wickham) was born in 1864. She was the daughter of Charles Gordon 10th Marquess of Huntly.

Frances Emily Gordon

     Frances Emily Gordon married Alfred Joseph Dempster, son of Hubert Frederic Dempster, in September 1894 in St Saviour Southwark RD, Surrey.

Francis Arthur Gordon

     Francis Arthur Gordon was the son of George Gordon 5th Earl of Aboyne.

Francis Gordon Lord

( - 1620)
     Francis Gordon Lord was born in Scotland. He was the son of George Gordon Marquess of Huntly and Lady Henrietta Stewart.
     Francis died in 1620 in Germany.

George Gordon

(circa 1827 - )
     George Gordon was born circa 1827 in Aberdeen.
     George Gordon married Mary or Ann MacPherson, daughter of Alexander MacPherson and Anne Grant, on 20 December 1844 in St Nicholas, Aberdeen. Ann McPherson & George Gordon.
     George Gordon and Mary or Ann MacPherson were recorded on the 1851 census in 66 Gerrard St, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire. George Gordon 24, born Aberdeen, iron turner, Ann Gordon, 24 born Kirkmchael, Banff, children John Gordon 6, Jane Gordon 8, Mary Ann Gordon, 3, James Gordon 10 months, all born at Aberdeen, Isabella McPherson, 21 sister-in law, born Kirkmichael.
     George Gordon and Mary or Ann MacPherson appeared on the 1861 census in 69 George St, Aberdeen. Geo Gordon, 38, Iron turner, born St Ncholas, Aberdeen, wife Ann Gordon, 37, born Kirkmichael, ohn Gordon, 15, iron turner, James Gordon, 10, Agnes Gordon 8, all born at St Nicholas, Aberdeen..

Children of George Gordon and Mary or Ann MacPherson

Lord George Gordon

(26 December 1751 - 1 November 1793)
     Lord George Gordon was born on 26 December 1751 in London, England. He was the third son.. He was the son of Cosmo George Gordon 3rd Duke of Gordon.
     George died on 1 November 1793 in Newgate, London, England, aged 41.

Lord George Gordon

(circa 1608 - 2 July 1645)
     Lord George Gordon was born circa 1608. He was the son of George Gordon 2nd Marquis Huntly and Anne Campbell Lady.
     George died on 2 July 1645 in Alford, Lincolnshire. He was unmarried when he fell at the Battle of Alford, under the Marquis of Montrose..

George Gordon 2nd Earl Huntly

(before 1425 - circa 8 June 1501)
     George Gordon 2nd Earl Huntly was born before 1425 in Scotland. He was the second son of Alexander. The Earldom was settled by charter, obtained by his father 8 Jan 1449/50. Among his acquisitions from the Crown were Schivas in co. Aberdeen, and Boyne, Enzie, and Netherdale in co. Banff.
The Scottish Peerage states: George Gordon, 2nd Earl of Huntly, his first marriage was rendered illegal canonically.
CP Volume VI page 677. At first it seems CP is avoiding allotting Alexander a mother, but in a footnote gives the same details. "The identity of his mother is doubtful."
He m. 1stly, by contract 20 May 1445, Elizabeth Dunbar, widow of Archibald, Earl of Moray, and daughter. of James, Earl of Moray (...) He div. her and m. 2ndly, 10 Mar 1459, Lady Annabella Stuart, daughter. of JAMES I, from whom he was div. 24 July 1471 (...) and by her had issue, with four daus., "Alexander, 3rd Earl.". He was the son of Alexander Seton Lord Gordon, Earl of Huntly and Elizabeth Crichton.
     Elizabeth Dunbar married secondly George Gordon 2nd Earl Huntly circa 20 May 1455. She was married by forced contract dated 19 days after her husband's death. They seem to have had no issue, and the marriage was dissolved before 10 March 1459/60. George was granted a divorce from Elizabeth Dunbar before 10 March 1459/60.
     George Gordon 2nd Earl Huntly married secondly Lady Annabella Stewart on 10 March 1459/60. He married before 10 March 1459-60 Princess Annabella Stewart, daughter of King James I. "The Princess appears to have had no male issue, and six years after the marriage George was again a-wooing."
     George Gordon 2nd Earl Huntly married thirdly Elizabeth Hay circa June 1466 in Fyvie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. On 4,11 and 18 August 1471 banns of marriage between George and Elizabeth Hay were published. "It is usually said the marriage did not take place till after 12 May 1476, but this is founded on the erroneous date noted above (a footnote explains this), and the marriage probably followed closely on the final proclamation.
Elizabeth Hay was the mother of ten legitimate children, four sons and six daughters. George was granted a divorce from Lady Annabella Stewart on 24 July 1471 in Aberdeen.
     George Gordon 2nd Earl Huntly married thirdly Elizabeth Erroll (Gray) on 12 May 1476 in Scotland. George was Chancellor of Scotland between 1498 and 1501.
     George died circa 8 June 1501 in Stirling Castle, Stirlingshire, Scotland.

Child of George Gordon 2nd Earl Huntly

Child of George Gordon 2nd Earl Huntly and Lady Annabella Stewart

Children of George Gordon 2nd Earl Huntly and Elizabeth Hay

George Gordon 2nd Marquis Huntly

( - 22 March 1648/49)
     George Gordon 2nd Marquis Huntly was born in Scotland. He was the son of George Gordon Marquess of Huntly and Lady Henrietta Stewart.
     George Gordon 2nd Marquis Huntly married Anne Campbell Lady in 1607.
     In 1611 had received a charter of the Lordship of Badenoch and in 1632 had been created Viscount Aboyne. He was a zealous adherent of Charles I, and in consequence was beheaded in 1649. He was succeeded by his son Lewis as 3rd Marquess.
     George died being beheaded for treason on 22 March 1648/49 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. He was buried in Seton, East Lothian, Scotland.