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GORDON, James 1st of Lesmoir
(About 1480-1558)
STEWART, Margaret
(About 1492-After 1541)
BARCLAY, Walter of that Ilk, 18th of Gartly
(About 1489-1542)
OGILVY, Margaret 'Lady Gartlie'
(About 1517-)
GORDON, James 1st of Crichie
(About 1522-About 1571)
BARCLAY, Margaret
(About 1533-)
GORDON, George 2nd of Crichie
(About 1550-)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. MACINTOSH, Katherine

2. GORDON, Jean of Gight

GORDON, George 2nd of Crichie 1

  • Born: About 1550
  • Marriage (1): MACINTOSH, Katherine
  • Marriage (2): GORDON, Jean of Gight

   Other names for George were GORDON, George of Chapeltoun,1 GORDON, George of Saphak,2 GORDON, George sometime of Creichy then of Straloch (1603),1 GORDON, George of Creichie and GORDOUNE, George of Crechie.3

  General Notes:

'George Gordon succeeded his father in Crichie; but by 1603 he is described as "sometime of Crichie"; he was "then in Straloch," an estate in New Machar, which originally belonged to the Cheynes, and passed into the hands of the Gordons of Pitlurg.
The earliest mention of George is in the retour dated October 6, 1553, as heir to his father. This date, as I have shown, is wrong, the 1553 probably being a mistake for 1573, as suggested by the following:
George Gordon got sasine on paying £4 of relief on his fourth of Estir Crechies, fourth of Middle Crechies, and fourth of Creichnalaid, all lying in the hands of the King for two years and a term, the fermes extending to £4 annually, at Edinburgh,
October 15, 1573 (Exchequer Rolls, vol. xx.). A large part of the Crechies at that time belonged to John Leslie of Balquhain, who got sasine on October 30, 1573.'

'1580, April 23.George Gordon of Crichie was one of the Gordons implicated in the quarrel with the Forbes family (Privy Council Register).'

'1592.George Gordon of Crichie's name is mentioned in connection with the murder of the Earl of Moray at Donnibristle (ibid.).
1593, April 12.George Gordon of Crichie and seven other Gordons failed to appear before the Privy Council to underlie such order "as sould have beine prescrivit to thame tuiching the observations of peax and quietnes". They were therefore
ordered to be denounced as rebels (ibid.).'

'1601, January 23.— George Gordon, spouse and son, got sasine in Straloch, etc., but resigned them in favour of Sir Thomas Gordon of Cluny, the precept of resignation being dated Aberdeen, June 11, 1603 : and Sir Thomas granted a charter of
same lands to John Gordon of Pitlurg, dated at Straloch, June 24, 1606. The lands were sold by the curators of John Gordon Cumming of Pitlurg in 1760 to John Ramsay of Barra (Temple's Fermartyn, 320).'

'1603, August 13.— George Gordon of Straloch and Jean Gordon, his spouse, got sasine in Chapeltoun of Schieves, etc., from George Gordon, fiar of Gight.
1605, April 20.— George Gordon of Chapeltoun and Jean Gordon, his spouse, and William Gordon, his son, got sasine in Follarule and Saphak.'

from House of Gordon 1


George married Katherine MACINTOSH. (Katherine MACINTOSH was born about 1550.)


  Marriage Notes:

'George Gordon of Crichie was twice married : (1) to Katherine Mcintosh, whom " he repudiate " {Balbithan MS.), and (2) to Jean daughter of William Gordon, V. of Gight (House of Gordon, i., (230))'

from House of Gordon 1

George next married Jean GORDON of Gight, daughter of William GORDON 5th of Gight and Isobel OCHTERLONY. (Jean GORDON of Gight was born about 1567 in Scotland.)


  Marriage Notes:

"1600, May 15.—George Gordon of Crichie and Jean Gordon, his spouse, got sasine in Chapeltoun of Schivas and mill from George Gordon, fiar of Gight." 1

Sources


1 e-books, The House of Gordon ed. John Malcolm Bulloch.

2 e-books, Records of the Sheriff Court of Aberdeenshire edited by David Littlejohn.

3 e-books, Records of the Sheriff Court of Aberdeenshire ed. David Littlejohn (1904-1907).


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