The Gordons Of Fayette, Maine

2011 Gordon Reunion in Exeter NH!
Gordon Obits
Maine Highland Games - with The House Of Gordon!!
Gordon Hill Cemetery, Exeter NH (Gordon, Graves, Sanborn, Barstow, Bartlett, Magoun, and Perkins)
Nathaniel Gordon, (not related to us) Maine native, from Portland - hung in 1862 as a slave trader.
2007 Exeter NH Gordon Reunion
Gordon News Archive
The Gordon Family Photo Album
Exeter Cemetery and the Winter Street Burial Ground in Exeter
The Gordon family cemetery on Peach Orchard Road (aka "Poor Farm" or "Gordon Road") in Lyman, Maine.
Kennebunk, Kennebunkport, and Lyman Maine
Gordon Genealogy
The Kirk of St. Nicholas, Aberdeen Scotland - where Alexander was christened 400 years ago.
G.W. Emmons's Medal of Honor
Nathaniel Gordon (#314) and his home in Exeter.
The Old Gordon Road Cemetery, Brentwood NH
New Hampton, New Hampshire
The Gordons of Central Maine
Salem (and some Exeter) New Hampshire Stones.
Ladd-Gordon Cemetery, Epping NH
Massachusetts Stones.
Laurel Hill Cemetery, Saco, Maine.
The Gordons Of Fayette, Maine
Gordon Cemetery, Searsport, Maine
Genealogical links and contacts page.
Gordon Family Genealogy Library
The Gordons of Suncook (Head's Cemetery, Hooksett, New Hampshire)
"Stranger," the Confederate grave in a small Maine town.
Glenn Raymond Gordon, killed in Vietnam
More early and interesting gravestones
Bradford Burial Ground, Bradford, MA

The Fayette page is being reconstructed after being deleted by Tripod/lycos while the main page was down. All photos on this page are courtesy of Eilleen Pelletier.

Lewis C. Gordon was a son of Eliphalet Gordon (#489) and Elizabeth S. Magoon. He died two years to the day after his younger brother Joseph was killed "by the steam cars in Boston." Charles H. Gordon (#717), Eliphalet and Elizabeth's fifth child, married Hattie Wells. Otis in AGD has his death listed as 1898, but Cobb and his stone both say 1928. Note the way his name was spelt! The last photo is of young Willie and Bennie's marker, who both were just babes. Eliphalet and Elizabeth named thier eleventh and last child after Bennie, and the second B. Frank Gordon lived into his 90s.

Lewis C. Gordon served with the 14th Maine Volunteers in the Civil War. His stone lists the dozen battles he fought in, and says he died at his father's home shortly after the War ended.

Lewis C. Gordon of Fayette
Died November 24, 1865

Joseph Gordon
"Killed by the Cars"

Charles H. Gorden

Little Winnie and Bennie Gordon

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