Charlotte Gordon1

F, #16105, b. 20 September 1768, d. 5 May 1842
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Names and TItles

Married: Mrs. Lennox.1
     Charlotte Gordon was born on 20 September 1768 at Gordon Castle, Banffshire & Morayshire, Scotland.1 She was christened on 23 October 1768 in Bellie, Morayshire, Scotland.1 She married Charles Lennox on 9 September 1789 at Gordon Castle, Banffshire & Morayshire, Scotland.1 Charlotte Gordon died on 5 May 1842 in Upperportlandstr, Middlesex, England, at age 73.1 She was buried on 13 May 1842 at Cathedral, Chichester, England.1
     She became the mother of Mary Lennox on 15 August 1790.1 Charlotte Gordon became the mother of Charles Gordon-Lennox on 3 August 1791.1 Charlotte Gordon became the mother of John George Lennox on 3 October 1793.1 Charlotte Gordon became the mother of Sarah Lennox circa 1796.1 Charlotte Gordon became the mother of Henry Adam Lennox on 6 September 1797.1 Charlotte Gordon became the mother of Georgiana Lennox circa 1798.1 Charlotte Gordon became the mother of William Pitt Lennox on 20 September 1799.1 Charlotte Gordon became the mother of Frederick Lennox on 24 January 1801.1 Charlotte Gordon became the mother of Sussex Lennox on 11 June 1802.1 Charlotte Gordon became the mother of Charlotte Lennox on 4 December 1804.1 Charlotte Gordon became the mother of Louisa Madalena Lennox circa 1805.1 Charlotte Gordon became the mother of Arthur Lennox on 2 October 1806.1 Charlotte Gordon became the mother of Sophia Georgiana Lennox circa 1808.1 Charlotte's son was married at wedding of Charles Gordon-Lennox and Caroline Paget on 10 April 1817 at St. James, Westminster, London, England.1 Charlotte Gordon became a widow with the death of her husband, Charles Lennox on 28 August 1819 in Richmond, Canada, at age 54.1 Charlotte's daughter Charlotte Lennox died on 20 August 1833.1

Family

Charles Lennox b. 9 September 1764, d. 28 August 1819
Children
Last Edited6 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. [S227] Samuel H. Sloan, ROYALFAM.GED (461 Peachstone Terrace, San Rafael CA: n.pub.). There are some wild errors in the data.