Re: GORDON #general
Harvey L Kaplan <harvey@...>
I was in Kedainiai, in Kaunas province, Lithuania, in September. Scotstoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
merchants and mercenaries settled there in the 1600s/1700s, and the Scots
community lived beside the Jewish community. Some Scots were called Gordon,
later Gordonas, as they integrated. Another possible source.
Also, Gordon may be connected to the name Groden and the town of Grodno.
Harvey L Kaplan
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Subject: GORDON? and Warts...
At 11:28 AM 4/12/2005, Roger Lustig wrote:but there are lots and lots of Jews named GORDON, MILLER, etc...There are Gordons in my family, and I was wondering if Jews might have