7 Comments

  1. Mike Kirby
    3/28/2012
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    May God Bless him.

  2. Ahmed Dabaa
    6/13/2012
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    A great loss of knowledge, a great person and unmatched expert with a very humble character. We pray for him

  3. Hilda Chapman
    2/12/2016
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    We will never know the real Cosmo Gorden Lang –OF CHARITY HOW ODDLY SCANT
    YOU ARE– HOW LANG,O LORD. HOW FULL OF CANTUAR!

  4. Anthony
    5/19/2016
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    We were neighbours, he was a lovely, quiet man.

  5. ronald schwartz
    6/3/2018
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    He was my teacher, a perceptive, ingenious, creative, widely read scholar in a multiplicity of fields. He was kind and generous, a wonderful father, too. I’m only saddened he didn’t live longer. If anyone was deserving, he was. In memory, he will always be.

  6. User
    11/5/2019
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    I’m Gordon’s granddaughter. He was on my dad’s side and I never really knew much about him except from his time on the antiques roadshow and a player for the Wembley football team. I’m glad he had an impact on so many people. It’s a shame I never got to meet him properly.

    • I’m sorry that I didn’t see this comment earlier. But, I am so glad you made it and am happy to know your connection to Gordon. The next time I visit London — which may be a while — I will reach out, and perhaps we can meet for lunch.

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