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Gordon, Sir Charleslocked

  • H. M. Chichester
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Gordon, Sir Charles (1755/6–1835), army officer and colonial governor, was the third son of Charles Gordon of Abergeldie, Perthshire (1724–1796), and his wife, Alison (d. 1800), daughter of David Hunter of Barside, whose first husband was called Paterson. He was appointed lieutenant on 25 October 1775 in the 1st battalion of ...

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