George Gordon, Lord Haddo

George Gordon, Lord Haddo (28 January 1764 – 2 October 1791) was a Scottish Freemason and the eldest son of George Gordon, 3rd Earl of Aberdeen.

On 18 June 1782, Haddo married Charlotte Baird, a sister of Sir David Baird, Bt. and they had seven children:

*Hon. George Hamilton-Gordon (1784-1869), later 4th Earl of Aberdeen.
*Hon. George Hamilton (1784-1858), politician and Vice-Admiral.
*Hon. Alexander (1786-1815), soldier, killed at Waterloo.
*Hon. Alice (1787-1847), granted the rank of an earl's daughter in 1813, Lady-in-Waiting to Princess Sophia of Gloucester, died unmarried.
*Hon. Charles (1790-1835), soldier.
*Hon. Robert (1791-1847), diplomat.
*Hon. John (1792-1869), admiral.

Haddo was Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Scotland from 1784–86. He predeceased his father in 1791 and on the latter's death in 1801, the earldom passed to Haddo's eldest son, George.


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