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  1. Jean Gordon (February 4, 1915 – January 8, 1946) was an American socialite and a Red Cross worker during World War II. A niece by marriage of General George S. Patton, some writers claim she had a long affair with Patton, allegedly beginning years before the war and continuing behind the front lines of wartime Europe.

    • American Red Cross Clubmobile Staff Assistant ("donut girl")
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    Jean Gordon (Gypsy) (died 1746), 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) (1918–2008), Canadian politician.

  3. Empero de quien quisiera escribir, ahora, es de la virtuosa del piano Jean Gordon. Gordon y el piano mantienen un enlace matrimonial que dio inicio cuando ella contaba con solamente cuatro años.

  4. 24 de abr. de 2017 · Jean Gordon, left, was found dead in a gas-filled apartment after Gen. George S. Patton’s funeral. Patton, right, at his last news conference on May 21, 1945, at his headquarters in Germany.

  5. Jean Gordon, 30 years old, a niece of the late Gen. George S. Patton Jr., was found dead early yesterday morning in the apartment of a woman friend at 157 East Seventy-second Street. View Full...

  6. 20 de dic. de 2012 · Patton was probably having an ongoing affair with his wife’s half-niece Jean Gordon, perhaps beginning years before the war when Jean, who would later commit suicide after Patton’s death, was in her early twenties.