Jean Gordon

Jean Gordon may refer to:

  • Jean Gordon (countess of Bothwell), first wife of James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell
  • Jean Gordon (Gypsy) (died 1746) famous Gypsy queen, the basis for the character Meg Merrilies in Sir Walter Scott's novel Guy Mannering
  • John Gordon (bishop) (1544–1619), Dean of Salisbury, called "Jean Gordon" while he lived in France
  • Jean Gordon (politician) (born 1918), Canadian politician
  • Jean Gordon (publisher) (died 1985) associate publisher (1952–1985) and owner (1970–1985) of US-based Dance Magazine

Other articles related to "jean gordon, jean":

Jean Gordon, Countess Of Bothwell - In Art, Fiction, and Film
... Bothwell commissioned an artist, whose name is not recorded, to paint miniature portraits of Jean and himself ... Jean appears as a character in Elizabeth Byrd's historical romance, Immortal Queen which is a fictionalised story of the life of Mary, Queen of Scots ... Irish actress Maria Aitken played the part of Jean Gordon, Countess of Bothwell in Mary, Queen of Scots, the 1971 film which starred Vanessa Redgrave in the title role ...

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