8 September 1848: Barbados: Passengers arrived per steamer Conway — Mr & Mrs Gordon, Mr Horronam, Mr Loroque, 6 Rank File, 54th, 2 do 3rd, W I.
12 January 1854: A Correct List of the Poll, at the Election of a Knight of the Shire, for the Eastern Division of the County of Gloucester. Avening Polling District: Parish of Rodmarton: Abode: Kemble House, Wiltshire: Robert Gordon
7 April 1879: Deserter from Her Majesty’s Sea Service — £3 Reward for the apprehension of H. W. Gordon, deserter from Naval Barracks, 5 February; A.B.; [age] 25; [size:] 5[ft] 5[in]; [born:] Manchester; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fair; [marks & remarks:] served in Undaunted
18 March 1880: Bill of sale by John Buckley, New Cadley Hill Pits, Cadley Hill, near Burton on Trent, collier, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others; bill of sale by William Scott, Cauldwell, near Burton-on-Trent, market gardener, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others
25 March 1880: Bill of sale by William Thomas Corby, Church Gresley, Derbyshire, shoemaker, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others; and a bill of sale by John Adams, Overseal, near Ashby-de-la-Zouch, labourer, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others; and a bill of sale by Thomas Elliss, Aston Street, Shifnal, plumber, painter, &c., in favour of Marcus Gordon and others; and a bill of sale by Paul Barton,17 Wood Lane, West Bromwich, blacksmith and grocer, in favour of Marcus Gordon and another; and a bill of sale by John Busby, 208 Waterloo Street, Burton-on-Trent, general dealer and joiner, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others; and a bill of sale by William Causer, Green Lane, Walsall, boatsteerer and haulier, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others; and a bill of sale by John Coyle, Lichfield Road, Rushall, near Walsall, shoemaker & general dealer, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others; and a bill of sale by Edward Fisher, Green Lane, Walsall (about to remove to 53 Stafford Street, Walsall), butcher, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others; and a bill of sale by William Fisher, 33 Baker Street, Wolverhampton, whitesmith, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others; and a bill of sale by George Harvey, 110 Church Hill, Wednesbury, coachfitter, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others; and a bill of sale by Samuel Johnson, 266 Spon Lane, West Bromwich, glassworker, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others; and a bill of sale by Thomas Lees, 51 King Street, Wednesbury, pressman, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others; and a bill of sale by Thomas Nicholls, 80 Toll End, Tipton, miner, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others; and a bill of sale by Thomas Ransford, 18 Croft Street, West Bromwich, higgler, huckster, and carter, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others; and a bill of sale by John Henry Robinson, 58 Foster Street, Darlaston, boltforger, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others; and a bill of sale by Charles Henry Taylor, 1 Ryder Street, Greets Green, West Bromwich, shingler, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others; and a bill of sale by William Williams, 41 Hill Street, Hill Top, West Bromwich, gas tube welder, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others. Bill of Sale: Satisfaction: Francis Frederick Gordon, 102 Sloane Street, clerk, to William Furber and another
31 July 1914: Falmouth Visitors List: Boscawen Private Hotel: Mr and Mrs G. S. Davis, Miss Dowell, London; Mr Patrick Brown, Miss Brown, Streatham; Miss Evans, Cheltenham; Mr and Mrs Alexander Stephen, Miss Stephen, London; Signor Edoardo Salerni, Rome; Miss M. H. Marris, Birmingham; Mrs L. Cumine, Mr Cumine, Miss Cumine, Sedburgh; Mr W. H. Powell, London; Miss Joce, Miss E. Joce, Mr Owen Joce, Wimbledon; Miss Burbridge, Mrs Gordon, London.
Falmouth Visitors List: Penvean: Mrs Fitzherbert and children (2); Miss Brook, Carbis Bay; Mr Keasby, St Ives; Mrs Gordon, Miss Gordon, Mr G. Gordon, Mr R. Gordon
January 1915: Leo Gordon, humorous vocalist, 19 Caldervale Road, Clapham Park, S.W.
June 1917: Mrs Gordon gives 2s to the Blackley Red Cross Hospital
April 1925: ‘We congratulate very heartily our colleagues Miss Harriet Longson and Mr Joseph Gordon, upon having completed 50 years’ service as teachers. It is a splendid record of quiet, unassuming work for the Master, and on Thursday, April 30, the usual gathering will be held in the Centenary Hall (preceded by the customary tea), when presentations will be made and public congratulations showered upon the latest additions to the select band of Jubilee Teachers’
January 1932: Candidate for affiliate membership (as member of the Glasgow Northern Mitre C. C.) of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: J. Gordon, 15 Kerr Street, Kirkintilloch
July 1935. Jubilee Memories. … When, later on, Miss Monk, in old-fashioned dress, mob cap, and mittens, accompanied by a little band of the younger children in pretty fancy dresses, got into the Car-Shoe-House and drove off, it became apparent that the faithful Morris had been transformed by Miss Deavin’s skilful hands into that far-famed shoe of the old woman who had so many children she didn’t know what to do. … Sports were held on the Three Lawns, and a Cricket ‘Jest’ Match was begun in Mr Gordon‘s field. … J. McEwan
17 May 1945: Next Week’s Calls. F. J. Butterworth Theatres. Bristol Empire (R. 11) – L. B. Edwards’s “Makin Hey” with Syd Makin, Tom Katz Saxophone Six, Trixie Maison, Larry Gordon and Babs, Dugaris, Gordon Ray Girls, &c. Howard and Wyndham, Ltd. Edinburgh, King’s. – Howard and Wyndham’s Summer Show, “Half-past Eight,” Harry Gordon, Betty Norton, Jack Holden, Ann Drummond-Grant, Gordon Rennie, Wyn Clifford, Patrick Colbert, Dickie Martyn, Betti Gail, Paul Stanton, Kathryn Francis, Christine Spencer, Cedric Byrne, etc. (Commencing Fri., May 25.)
2 July 1951: In Memoriam: Stewart – In loving memory of our dear son, Robert W. M. Stewart (née Bertie), who died 1 June 1942 at 671 Hawthorn Street, Glasgow – Inserted by his father and mother, Robert and Mary Stewart; In memory of my dear nephew, Robert Stewart, beloved son of Robert and Mary Stewart, 47½ Lady Loan, Arbroath, who passed away at Glasgow 1 June 1942; also his aunt, and our dear sister, Mrs Gordon, who passed away at Perth 17 May 1949 – Inserted by his aunt, Mrs A. Stewart, 671 Hawthorn Street, Glasgow, N.
15 April 1953: County court judgments against Fred Michael Gordon, Flat 56, 21 Seymour Street, W.1, and Leonard Ruben Silverstone, 72 West End Lane, N.W.6
January 1957: Members of the Amateur Fencing Association: Gilbert James Gordon; John P. Gordon; J. J. Gordon
4 October 1963: Alistair Gordon, deputy stage manager Covent Garden Opera
7 May 1977: J. Gordon, executive director, Newport County Association Football Club