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GORDONS UNDER ARMS. 6 1
Eppeyen. 1695, Aug. 20, wounded at assault of Terra Nova, Namur
(Dalton's A.L., iii. 342, 395).
292- Charles. 1696, Capt., Col. Lauder's Ft., co-respondent in a
divorce suit of John Grant, of Ballindalloch, against Anna Leslie (printed in
the Banffshire Herald, 1910, Oct. i).
Son of Patrick, of Laichie, 1129 ; '". Rachel Gordon, heiress of Aber-
geldie {House 0/ Gordon, i. (94); Bulloch's Gordons in Minmore, 10, 11).
293- Charles. 1697, Jun. 24, Adj., ist Batn. Scots, Ft. Gds., dated at
Cockleberg. 1702, Aug. 25, com. renevi'ed at Windsor. 1702-6, ist Adj.
(Dalton's A.L., iv. 174, v. 219).
294. Charles. 1702, Sep., Ens., "went to Portugal with the first forces
went out of Ireland, a sister son of General! M'Key's ". 1703, Jun., member
of a club in Dublin formed by Lewis Gordon of Aikenhead (Bulloch's Strange
Adventures of Lewis Gordon, 27).
295- Charles. 1708, Sep. 3, Ens., ist Ft. 1710, Lt. ; serving in 1728-
30 (Dalton's A.L., v. 63, 323; MS. A.L., 1709, 1715, p. 34, 1730, p. 53,
P.R.O.).
Youngest son of George (?), of Muirack; d. 1735; will dated 1734, Sep.
26; proved 1735, Dec. 31 [Edin. Test. Prerng. Wills, Dublin); left Muirack
to his nephews George James and Alexander Henry, sons of his brother
Alexander, 134-
296- Charles. 17 15, Capt. (probably only mercantile marine), in Arnhall,
Fettercairn ; went to Holland. 1735, Nov. i, made his will (J. M. Bulloch in
The Rabbling of Deer, Book of Bnchnn, 197, 206). Brother of Anne, whose
son John Stewart m. Jean, dau. of Robert, 1186-
297- Charles. 1720, Ens., Cadogan's (4th) Ft. [MS. A.L., 1736, p. 7,
P.R.O.). 1737, Jan. 21, Lt., ist Ft. Gds. {A.L., 1740, Roy. Unit. Serv. Inst. ;
MS. A.L., 1742-3, pp. 27, 143; W.O. Notifications, P.R.O.). 1743, Apr. 22,
Capt., Lord Harry Beauclerk's (48th) Ft. {S.M., v. 199, 343). 1744, Maj.,
Cotterell's (49th) Marines. 1745, May i, Lt. Col. and Capt., 6th Marines
1749-50, h.p., 8/6 per diem {MS. A.L., 1742-3, pp. 27, 143, P.R.O. ; Quarters
of the Army in Ireland, 1744-52 ; Succession of Colonels, 1744-5; List of Re-
duced Offs. H. M. Land Forces &' Marines, 1749-50). 1755, Mar. 25, Lt. Col.,
Marines at Chatham, then being raised {MS.A.L., 1752, pt. 2, p. 236, P.R.O.).
1758, Apr. 13, d. at Chatham {S.M., vol. 28, p. 197). His widow, Esther,
granted pension of £40 from 1758-67, when she presumably d. or ;;/. {W.O.,
Wid. Pensions, Appln. Papers {Marines), P.R.O.).
298- Charles. 1726, Dec. 25, Cornet, Earl of Stair's (6th) Dgns. ;
serving in 1730 {MS. A.L., 1730, p. 22 ; JV.O. Notifications, P.R.O.).

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