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Alexander Gordon b. 4 August 1635 d. 1697

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Thomas Gordon [Gordon]

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4 August 1635 Geburt: Aberdeen, Schottland

1651 militär Dienst  : England, Served briefly in Scottish Army of Charles II, was captured by English soldiers led by Oliver Cromwell, jailed as prisoner of war at Tuthill Fields prison in London

1651 Einwanderung: Boston, MA, USA, Deported to the colonies, confined to Watertown, Massachusetts

<14 Februar 1659 Hochzeit: Exeter (New Hampshire), USA, Mary Lissen [Lissen] b. 1644

23 Februar 1664 Geburt eines Kindes: Exeter (New Hampshire), USA, Elizabeth Gordon [Gordon] b. 23 Februar 1664

23 März 1666 Geburt eines Kindes: Exeter (New Hampshire), USA, Nicholas Gordon [Gordon] b. 23 März 1666

22 Mai 1668 Geburt eines Kindes: Exeter (New Hampshire), USA, Mary Gordon [Gordon] b. 22 Mai 1668

26 Oktober 1670 Geburt eines Kindes: Exeter (New Hampshire), USA, John Gordon [Gordon] b. 26 Oktober 1670 d. 1746

22 Juli 1673 Geburt eines Kindes: Exeter (New Hampshire), USA, James Gordon [Gordon] b. 22 Juli 1673

1675 militär Dienst  : USA, In 1675 enlisted the colonists army to help defend the colony against the Indian chief, King Philip.

1 Dezember 1675 Geburt eines Kindes: Exeter (New Hampshire), Rockingham County (New Hampshire), USA, Alexander Gordon [Gordon] b. 1 Dezember 1675

20 November 1678 Geburt eines Kindes: Exeter (New Hampshire), USA, Thomas Gordon [Gordon] b. 20 November 1678 d. 1762

1682 Geburt eines Kindes: Exeter (New Hampshire), USA, Daniel Gordon [Gordon] b. 1682

1695 militär Dienst  : USA, In 1695, at the age of 60, Alexander again enlisted in the army, serving in Capt. Kingsley Hall's company in the King Williams War.

1697 Tod: Exeter, NH, USA

Anmerkungen

Alexander Gordon was born in Scotland in 1635. At the age of sixteen he was a young soldier in General Monk’s army in 1651 which went forth with the design to place Charles II as king on the throne which was vacant by the execution of his father King Charles I. On September 3 1651, roughly 12,000 Royalist of General Monk's army were holed up in the English town of Worcester. This became known as the "Battle of Worcester". During the 10 hour battle 3,000 were killed and 7,000 taken prisoner. Alexander was captured by English Soldiers led by Oliver Cromwell and was jailed as a prisoner of war at Tuthill Fields prison near St. Margaret’s church in London, England. Alexander was held prisoner thru the winter of 1651 and 1652. Daniel Stone of Cambridge, England secured his release from prison in the spring of 1652 on condition that he be deported to the colonies. That year Alexander sailed to America aboard the Liberty, a ship commanded by Captain John Allen. The liberty landed in Boston. Alexander paid for his passage with a six year bound labor contract with John Cloyes, also called indentured servitude. As part of his contract Alexander was confined to Watertown, Massachusetts. John Cloyes sold his apprenticeship to Samual Stratton in October of 1652 without compensation to Alexander for his year worked. Alexander appealed to the court twice. On his second appeal, Alexander was released from his contract. Alexender then moved to Exeter, New Hampshire and found employment at a sawmill owned by Nicholas Lissen. In October 10, 1664 he married Nicholas Lissen's daughter, Mary Lissen in Exeter, New Hampshire and was given twenty acres of land as dowry by his father-in-law. He received a grant of land of twenty acres from Exeter on 10 October 1664 which was adjacent to the land given to him by Nicholas Lissen. Mary and Alexander had eight children, 2 daughters and 6 sons. In 1675 enlisted the colonists army to help defend the colony against the Indian chief, King Philip. In 1695, at the age of 60, Alexander again enlisted in the army, serving in Capt. Kingsley Hall's company in "King Williams War". Alexander eventually owned several sawmills. Alexander died in Exeter, New Hampshire in 1697 at the age of 62.

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  3. Marion Otis' AGD -

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Großeltern
Archbald Gordone
Geburt: 1556, Aberdeen, Scotland
Hochzeit: Kattrin Cheyne
Kattrin Cheyne
Geburt: ~ 1600, Scotland
Hochzeit: Archbald Gordone
Großeltern
Eltern
Margaret Milne
Geburt: ~ 1615, Scotland
Hochzeit: Thomas Gordon
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== 3 ==
Mary Lissen
Geburt: 1644
Hochzeit: Alexander Gordon , Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
Alexander Gordon
Geburt: 4 August 1635, Aberdeen, Schottland
militär Dienst : 1651, England, Served briefly in Scottish Army of Charles II, was captured by English soldiers led by Oliver Cromwell, jailed as prisoner of war at Tuthill Fields prison in London
Einwanderung: 1651, Boston, MA, USA, Deported to the colonies, confined to Watertown, Massachusetts
Hochzeit: Mary Lissen , Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
militär Dienst : 1675, USA, In 1675 enlisted the colonists army to help defend the colony against the Indian chief, King Philip.
militär Dienst : 1695, USA, In 1695, at the age of 60, Alexander again enlisted in the army, serving in Capt. Kingsley Hall's company in the King Williams War.
Tod: 1697, Exeter, NH, USA
== 3 ==
Kinder
Elizabeth Gordon
Geburt: 23 Februar 1664, Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
Nicholas Gordon
Geburt: 23 März 1666, Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
Mary Gordon
Geburt: 22 Mai 1668, Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
John Gordon
Geburt: 26 Oktober 1670, Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
Hochzeit:
Tod: 1746, Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
James Gordon
Geburt: 22 Juli 1673, Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
Sarah Sewel
Geburt: 17 September 1676, Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Hochzeit: Alexander Gordon
Alexander Gordon
Geburt: 1 Dezember 1675, Exeter (New Hampshire), Rockingham County (New Hampshire), USA
Hochzeit: Sarah Sewel
Elizabeth Harriman
Hochzeit: Thomas Gordon , Haverhill, MA, USA
Tod: 1709, Exeter, New Hampshire, United States
Rebecca Heard
Geburt:
Hochzeit: Thomas Gordon , Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
Thomas Gordon
Geburt: 20 November 1678, Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
Hochzeit: Elizabeth Harriman , Haverhill, MA, USA
Hochzeit: Rebecca Heard , Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
Tod: 1762, Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
Margaret Harriman
Geburt: 6 Oktober 1681, Haverhill (Massachusetts), Essex County (Massachusetts)
Hochzeit: Daniel Gordon
Daniel Gordon
Geburt: 1682, Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
Hochzeit: ~15 September 1708, Exeter (New Hampshire)
Hochzeit: Margaret Harriman
Kinder
Enkelkinder
Benoni (Sr.) Gordon
Geburt: 1709, Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
Hochzeit: Abigail Smith
Tod: 1769, USA
Daniel Gordon
Geburt: 1 Dezember 1704, Haverhill, MA, USA
Hochzeit: Susannah Smith
Tod: 16 April 1786, Raymond, Rockingham, NH, USA
Timothy Gordon
Geburt: < 1709, Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
Thomas Gordon
Geburt: ~ 1708, Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
Joseph Gordon
Geburt: 1705, Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
James Gordon
Geburt: > 1709, Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
Diana Gordon
Geburt: > 1710, Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
Abigail Gordon
Geburt: > 1711, Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
Hannah Gordon
Geburt: > 1722, Exeter (New Hampshire), USA
Jonathan Bean
Geburt: 1720, Kingston, Rockingham, New Hampshire, United States
Hochzeit: Abigail Gordon , USA
Abigail Gordon
Geburt: 1725, Kingston, Rockingham, NH, USA
Hochzeit: Jonathan Bean , USA
Tod: 1821, Bethel, Oxford County, ME, USA
Abner Gordon
Geburt: 24 November 1712, Kingston (New Hampshire), Rockingham County (New Hampshire)
Tod: 1789
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