There are several Gordon manuscript family trees in the Blackwood Family history manuscripts in the LinenHall library, Belfast. The volume references are as follows
Vol 5p97 Highlands, Vol 10p49 Saintfield, Vol 16p96 Glasgar, Vol 27T Saintfield, Vol 33 Drumaness, Vol 35T Highlands, Vol 42 Campbell, Vol 43 Centrefold, Vol 60 by P Crossle,volume Vol 87 County Down by P Crossle.
Gordon (an unnumbered?) MS in book section.
I think that author Crossle had Newry connections, so volumes 60 and 87 would be where I start from.
I suggest you ask them for photocopying estimates if both you and they think your knowledge relevant and be prepared to pay the extra for post and packing. However if the material is really relevant when you get it, I suggest a further donation to this unique library that is always needing extra funds. Linen Hall Library,17 Donegall Square North, Belfast BT15GB, Northern Ireland, Telephone: +44 (0)28 9032 1707, Fax: +44 (0)28 9043 8586, Email: info[AT]linenhall.com.
On the internet are
in particular by Robert Gordon Wilson his yahoo email is recorded there
“James Gordon II was born in 1693 in Newry, County Down, Northern Ireland. He resided at Sheepbridge House in Sheepbridge, Newry, Down Co., Ireland about 1710.”
I think a check on Landed Gentry of Ireland would not go amiss.
Ros Davies’s Co Down website is helpful on Sheepbridge and Gordon
Good Luck, Jim
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