Gordon, George

Gordon, George,

earl of Huntly: see HuntlyHuntly, George Gordon, 4th earl of,
1514–62, Scottish nobleman. He was made lord high chancellor in 1546.
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Predeceased by his parents, James and Naomi (Horning) Oakes, and siblings: Gordon, George and Jean Hostein.
Gordon, George, and Winston, each in their own peculiar ways, represent a new breed of suburban man, struggling with the pressures of their unique worlds, and with the deadening regularity of blue-collar professions.
COMPILED BY ANTHONY VICKERS AND JONATHON TAYLOR THEY WORE BOTH SHIRTS The following have played for both Boro and Reading: Phil Bach, Andre Bikey, Matt Busby (Boro & Reading wartime guest), Chris Carrick, Jimmy Crawford, Edward Gettins, Dean Gordon, George Hardwick (Reading wartime guest), Ray Henderson, Sam Jennings, Fred Kennedy, Dave Kitson, Leroy Lita (pictured), Alex McCulloch, Ben Roberts, Trevor Senior, John Walker.
OUT: Trevor Carson, Jordan Cook, Craig Gordon, George McCartney, Oumare Tounkara, Marcos Angeleri (all released), Cristian Riveros (Kayserispor, undisclosed), Asamoah Gyan (Al-Ain), Ahmed Elmohamady (Hull, loan).
The club have released Zackary Gordon, George Johnson and Thomas Brand.
As they discover more new species, the place turns out to be a veritable Garden of Eden, full of tame, friendly creatures who seem every bit as interested in meeting Gordon, George and Steve as they are to see them.
Keane is missing important players all over the pitch with Craig Gordon, George McCartney and Kenwyne Jones all absent and the Black Cats must also recover from three straight defeats.
It would be nice for some school friends like Sonia, Dora, Rosie, Gordon, George and many of those who attended our last reunion.
Three MMTA members, Michelle Gordon, George Litterst and Kathleen Maskell, were honored to be part of the technology team for the National Conference for Keyboard Pedagogy, August 7-9, 2003.
They are, in order of induction: Fred Bear, Ben Pearson, Howard Hill, Saxton Pope, Art Young, Doug Easton, John Yount, Earl Hoyt, Harry Drake, Roy Hoff, Will "Chief" Compton, Doug Walker, Ishi, Tom Jennings, Jim Dougherty, Chuck Saunders, Jim Easton, Roy Case, Freddie Troncoso, Jim Fletcher, Dave Gordon, Sr., Don Gordon, George Gordon, Gail Martin, Chuck Adams, Andy Simo, Art Laha, Myles Keller, John Musacchia, Sr., Dwight Schuh, Matt McPherson, Pete Shepley, and Randy Ulmer.
An octagonal case nearby holds the "Charmed Circle" display which includes flies and artifacts of 10 great flytiers whose patterns brought fame to the area: Theodore Gordon, George LaBranche, Art Flick, Rube Cross, Roy Steenrod, Herman Christian, the Darbees and the Dettes.
Gills keeper Jim Stannard produced exceptional saves to foil Gordon, George Ndah and Dougie Freedman.