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Peter Grant was sold to work at the Lynn Iron Works in Massachusetts and like his fellow prisoners, probably received his first medical attention since the battle from his purchasers. In 1651 another battle for Prince Charles, the Battle of Worcester, resulted in the deportation to New England of Peter’s brother, James Grant, and a kinsman of theirs, another James Grant. In 1652 Peter was working for a sawmill in Maine, and probably received his freedom and L10 to start life on his own there. The Maine sawmill was in financial trouble and it is possible that the remaining Scottish prisoners were discharged from their bondage early to relieve the owners of the mill from the responsibility of feeding the laborers.

Peter Gordon is a rich kid from West Broadway who is a member of Henry Bowers 's gang and a minor character in Stephen King's It. Peter Gordon is also the boyfriend of an unattractive girl named Marcia Fadden. Like Vic Criss (another friend of Henry), he realizes how dangerous and unpredictable Henry is. He (menacingly) invites Ben to play baseball in 1958 and, while on a date with Marcia, insults the Losers at the movies. He joins Henry in tormenting Mike and briefly enters the rockfight, being the first to surrender and take leave. He is never seen again after the rock fight. It is implied that It kills him later that summer as the Losers recall that all of Henry's friends were killed by It. Like Moose Sadler , Peter's role in the miniseries is brief and he only appears during the chasing of Mike Hanlon and the rock fight with the Losers, in which he and Moose are the first to leave.

He was appointed as the UK’s first Prof for the Public Understanding of Science & Technology @ Bristol in 1998.   A graduate of Nottingham Trent and Essex Universities, Peter has received notable recognition with the Queen's Award for Innovation & Export in 1990 and Honorary Doctorates from Essex, Robert Gordon, Stafford, Nottingham Trent and Brunel Universities. He was awarded an OBE in 1999 for contributions to international communications.

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