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George Gordon (1764 - 1791)

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George "Lord Haddo" Gordon
Born in Methlick, Aberdeen, Scotlandmap
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Husband of — married (to ) in Gilmerton,Midlothian Scotlandmap
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Died in Formartine House, Aberdeen Scotlandmap
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George Gordon was a member of aristocracy in the British Isles.

Biography

GEORGE Lord Haddo b.28 Jan. 1764 Grand Master Mason of Scotland d.suddenly 2 Apr.179l aged 27 & was buried here & of his wife CHARLES (sic) BAIRD Lady Haddo dau. of WILLIAM BAIRD of New Byth d. Clifton 8 Oct.1795 aged 38 & buried here 7 Nov.l795. [MI Methlick]

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On 20 Sep 2015 at 14:43 GMT Bob Jewett wrote:

Hamilton-Gordon-21 and Gordon-2883 do not represent the same person because: Gordon-2883 is the father of Hamilton-Gordon-21 ... they are NOT the same person.



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