James Gordon

(c. 1708—1780)

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(c.1708–1780), Scottish gardener and nurseryman who came south to work for Dr James Sherard (1666–1738) in his garden at Eltham in Kent and for Lord Petre (1713–42) at Thorndon Hall, Essex.


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