House of Gordon Canada
from a crest coronet Or a stag's head (affrontée) Proper
attired with ten tines Or
MOTTO: Bydand (steadfast, abiding), meaning to stand and fight.
Adam, Adams, Adamson, Addie, Adie, Addison, Aiken, Aitchison, Aitken, Akin, Atken, Atkin, Atkins, Atkinson, Badenoch, Barrie, Boyne, Brisbane, Connon, Connor, Craig, Cromb, Crombie, Cullen, Culane, Darg, Darge, Dorwald, Dorward, Duff, Durward, Eadie, Edison, Eddie, Edie, Esslemont, Garioch, Garrick, Garriock, Geddes, Gerrie, GORDON, Gardiner, Gardner, Huntley, Huntly, Jessiman, Jopp, Jupp, Laing, Lang, Laurie, Lawrie, Leng, Ling, Lowry, Macadam, Mallett, Manteach, Mar, Marr, Maver, Mavor, Meldrum, Mill, Mills, Miline, Milles, Miln, Milne, Milner, Milnes, Moir, Moore, More, Morrice, Morris, Muir, Mylne, Steel, Steele, Teal, Teall, Tod, Todd, Tough Troup.
A SHORT HISTORY:
We are dedicated to create, stimulate and sustain an interest in Scotland, its history, traditions and culture; to bring together people of Gordon heritage; to promote goodwill and understanding among its members and the general public. The House of Gordon Canada is associated with the House of Gordon USA and the House of Gordon Scotland
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