We are the families of the Scottish Clan Gordon in the United States of America. Our mission is to preserve and promote our unique heritage and Celtic culture, as we enjoy the fellowship and support of family and friends. Come Join Us at the House of Gordon Tent!
The Gordon name is synonymous with the rich history of Scotland and furthermore dates back to the 11th Century. It is certainly a name to be proud of and deserves your interest and support. The Board of Directors of House of Gordon USA therefore invites you to join our Clan Society.
What We Do
We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to create, stimulate and sustain an interest in Scotland, its history, traditions and culture; to bring together people of Gordon heritage; to promote goodwill and understanding among its members and the general public; and above all to perform charitable works.
The “Charles O. Gordon Memorial Scholarship Fund” provides scholarships to order to aid our youth in further studies of the Scottish arts and education. Our Scotland charity is the Gordon Highlander Museum in Aberdeen, Scotland which tells the history of “the finest regiment that ever was.” We honor the men and women of Clan Gordon who are serving or have served in the defense of our nation with the Wall Of Honor. We promote genealogical research, and the Gordon DNA project, host tents at various Celtic Festivals & Highland Games across the USA and many other worthy projects which encompass our Clan Gordon history and cultural heritage as well as providing community service.
Is your name not “Gordon” but you’ve been told you are a Gordon? Learn more about our Septs and Gordon History on our Clan Info page.
Adam, Adams, Adamson, Addie, Adie, Addison, Aiken, Aitchison, Aitken, Akin, Atken, Atkin, Atkins, Atkinson, Badenoch, Barrie, Boyne, Brisbane, Connon, Connor, Craig, Cromb, Crombie, Cullen, Culane, Darg, Darge, Dorwald, Dorward, Duff, Durward, Eadie, Edison, Eddie, Edie, Esslemont, Garioch, Garrick, Garriock, Geddes, Gerrie, GORDON, Gardiner, Gardner, Huntley, Huntly, Jessiman, Jopp, Jupp, Laing, Lang, Laurie, Lawrie, Leng, Ling, Lowry, Macadam, Mallett, Manteach, Mar, Marr, Maver, Mavor, Meldrum, Mill, Mills, Miline, Milles, Miln, Milne, Milner, Milnes, Moir, Moore, More, Morrice, Morris, Muir, Mylne, Steel, Steele, Teal, Teall, Tod, Todd, Tough Troup.
Of course there are MANY more spelling variations caused by clerks over the centuries. Therefore use common sense — if your name is Adison and your ancestors came from Aberdeen then you would of course be able to claim Gordon heritage!
Interested in becoming a member? Check out our Membership page.
2022 Recipients of the Charles O. Gordon Memorial!
This year we had few applicants. We did have two outstanding individuals that the Board was excited to sponsor.
The Charles O. Gordon Memorial Scholarship was founded at the 2006 AGM at Grandfather Mountain Highland Games by vote of the membership. We set out the goal of furthering the Scottish Arts and our rich cultural heritage by giving a helping hand to our youth who wish to hone their talents and accomplishments in the traditional arts of Scotland.
We are very happy to award the Charles O. Gordon Memorial Scholarship to: Vanessa Sharpe and Travis Greer.