Angel of the Garden of Eden - the 2 angels commonly identified as the angels of Eden are Metatron and Messiah, both of the order of cherubim. But Raphael is also regarded as the angel of the earthly paradise by virtue of his having guarded the Tree of Life. John Dryden in his State of Innocence, or The Fall of Man concludes his dramatic poem with Raphael hustling our first parents out of Eden (rather than Michael, as in Milton, Paradise Lost). To G.L.Gales ("The Christian Lore Of Angels"), it is Jophiel who stands at the gates of the Garden of Eden with the flaming sword.
Angel of Gehenna (Gehennom, Gehinnom) - Temeluchus, Kushiel, Shaftiel, Nasargiel, Duma. In the New testament, Gehenna is another name for Hell. In the writings of the cabalist Joseph ben Abraham Gikatilla, Gehennom is the name of the 1st lodge of the 7 lodges in Hell, with Kushiel as the presiding angel.
Angel of Gemini ("twins) - Ambriel or, in ceremonial magic, Giel. According to Rabbi Chromer (Hebrew cabalist and master of Gaffarel), the 2 governing spirits of Gemini are Sagras and Saraiel.
Angel of Gethsemane - according to Gales, writing in the National Review on "The Christian Lore of Angels," it is the angel Chamuel (Kamuel), Haniel) who strengthened Jesus, in His agony in the Garden of Gethsemane, with the assurance of resurrection. Some sources identify Gabriel as the angel of Gethsemane.
Angel of Glory - Sandalphon, who is also the angel of prayer and tears. The angels of glory, as a group, are identified or equated with the angels of Sanctification. They reside in the highest Heaven, Araboth, number 660,000 myriads, and "stand over against the throne of Glory and the divisions of the flaming fire."
Angel of God - Uriel, or God Himself. In the Old Testament the expression "angel of the Lord" or "angel of God" is a theophorous term. It stands for the Elohim )god or gods), as in the Mekilta of Rabbi Ishamael.
Angel of Good - So called, though unnamed, in The Apocalypse of Abraham.
Angel of Good Counsel - Jesus, according to Dionysius the Areopagite in The Mystical Theology and the Celestial Hierarchies.
Angel of Good Deeds - Pictured, but not named, as a recording angel in Longfellow, The Golden Legend.
Angel of Grace [Anachel]
Angel of the Grail - Pictured (but not named) by the Maitre de Liesborn. The painting was done or published in 1465 and is reproduced on the plate III in Regamey, Anges. The Angel of the Grail is also shown in a frieze, "The Vision of Galahad," by Edward A. Abbey in the Boston Public Library.
Angel of the Great (or Might) Counsel - the Messiah, the Holy Ghost, the Head of Days. "Our Lord and Savior is called an angel of great counsel because he is the announcer of his father's Will."
Angel of Greece - Javan or Yavan (a name for Greece). Ginzberg, The Legend of the Jews I, quoting from various Talmudic sources, reports that "the angel of Greece mounted 180 rounds of Jacob's ladder."
Angel of Grief - Depicted in the famous monument in the Protestant Cemeery in Rome. It is the work of an American sculptor and poet, W.W. Story, who, with his wife, lies buried there. A replica, at Stanford University in California, was erected to the memoery of the victims of the 1906 earthquake.