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Colonel James Gordon of Lancaster (1714-1768) : read at the presentation by his descendants to the County of Lancaster, Virginia, of a portrait of Col. James Gordon, July 21, 1913

by Armistead Churchill Gordon
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Staunton, Virginia : [s.n.], 1913
11 p. : geneal. tables.

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James Gordon, son of James Gordon and Sarah Greenway, was born in Sheepbridge, Scotland. He emigrated to the colony of Virginia before 1738 and married Milicent Conway on 28 March 1742. She was the daughter of Colonel Edwin and Ann Conway. Later, James Gordon married Mary Harrison, daughter of Colonel Nathaniel Harrison, on 12 November 1748. He died around 1768 in Virginia.

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