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Two Family Bibles of the family of Daniel Gordon, Jr. and wife Alvina D. "Allie" (Whitney) Gordon of Thorndike, Maine

Two family Bibles of the family of Daniel Gordon, Jr., one presented to Daniel and one presented to his wife Alvina D. "Allie" (Whitney) Gordon.

 

[See another page which depicts a 1909 letter from Charles Foss Moulton, a Thorndike native then living at Portland, Maine, in response to an inquiry from Daniel and Allie (Whitney) Gordon's daughter Clara Belle (Gordon) Crosby.

Also, see far below, 1889 letter from Abigail Hodsdon (Gordon) Black, wife of William F. Black, at Searsport, Maine, to her brother Nelson Gordon at Thorndike.

The Bible page scans are presented in the order that I found things, so be prepared to scroll down a bit before coming to the Family Records pages.

Bible I, presented to Daniel Gordon, Jr. by Mrs. Arvilla Hall

Bible II, presented to Alvina D. (Whitney) Gordon, by her brother Charles Gordon:

Offered on eBay in September 2014:  [Note the letter writer is Abbie, not Allie - Abigail Hodsdon (Gordon) Black.[

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