House of Gordon Canada


Ancient


Dress


Modern (Regimental)

CREST: Issuant 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.

SEPTS:
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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