Gordon News Archive
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

Items previously posted of the Front Page are moved here after a bit in n attempt to tidy things up!

NEW Gordon DNA Project results suggest that
our Alexander Gordon line descends from Sir William Gordon, Laird of Strathbogie (now Huntly) - born c. 1295 Progeneitor of the Gordon Houses of Kenmore and Lochinvar.


New found Cousin Tim has published his Alexander tree via  a very cool Wiki-type format, you really should check it out!


George W. Gordon served in the CW with his 1st cousin Henry - and a descendant of Henry has just reconnected to our line! This is a descent *not* listed in Otis, and he has a great pic of Old Henry.

Check out the new
"House of Gordon in Maine" website!
Looks and sounds great, best wishes and good luck
to new found cousin Michael Davis!
George Washington Gordon,
Civil War vet of the 27th and 32nd
Maine Volunteer Infantry.
Sumner Thompson, step-son of
GWG's son Lewis Small Gordon,
 gave this photo to his son Dan,
who passed it down to his son Dan,
who has shared it with us.
Thanks, cousins!
---------- now has a "Virtual Cemetery" online.
I wonder where they got that idea!!
Stones from the Epson New Hampshire Gordon line
(Jeremiah, Elizabeth, Sally, Melissa, Charles W, Charles S,
George F, and Walter H)
are pictured here:
More old Gordon family photos!
At Glen Gordon's webpage:
At the Alexander Gordon
Yahoo! group webpage:
The Alexander Gordon Email Group!
Merle Gordon III has created a yahoo
Alexander Gordon email group for descendants
of Old Alex! For information;
and the email address is
Who was Dolly Gordon?
Why was a brook named after her
hundreds of years ago in York, Maine?
Finding out is one of my latest projects,
and I'd really like to hear from you about
what you know about Dolly!
email me at;
The Gordon Hill Cemetery
has had some important changes.
After receiving permission from t.p.t.b.,
the adjacent homeowner has cut down
several of the huge old trees
after one fell on his house.
Sunlight now falls on the graveyard, and
the bushes, poison ivy, and vines are
flourishing. There's also several large
 pieces of tree trunk lying among the stones.
Nathaniel Batchelder Gordon's
grave marker in Bellevue Cemetery
has been vandalized, but is now restored!
Many thanks to all the cemetery workers
who helped us out with this!!
Photos of
the beautiful monument are posted
 on the Massachustts page
linked to on the left.
A wonderful engraving of
Nathaniel Gordon's
Exeter New Hampshire home,
passed down to
Delaine Tinsley
by her Grandmother, is posted here, and thanks to a
very kind Exeter resaercher, we now know a great
deal about Natahniel and his home!

Few Front Page items are deleted, most content ends up here eventually.