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Re: Frances Rives and Henry Jordan Posted by: Elkwoman Date: May 06, 2001 at 02:38:36 In Reply to: Re: Frances Rives and Henry Jordan by Lawrence Glenn Hardinof 9739
Hi, I am sure you are right on your Henry Jordan. I will try,and explain myself on my Jordan line... Well, it comes from the Jordan side, my GGrandfather was William B. Jordan and he writes that he was born in Greensville,SC. 1838. That's when I started looking for his parents names and I came across William B. Jordan funeral records and he has his father being Henry Jordan, Born, SC. and that, is the one and only thing, I have found on this man, so I am out looking for a connection. This is what I have so far on the Jordan line. And I am opened to any advices you could give me.
William B. Jordan, 64, B. 1836, Greenville, SC. "William's" father, Henry Jordan and mother? Both born in SC. William B. Jordan born, Greenville, SC. 1838 married, 1840, Fentress, TN. Sarah Ellen Anderson, 55, B. 1845, Fentress, TN. "Sarah's parents," her father, B., NC. Her, mother, PA. Here are the children listed on the 1900 Oklahoma census. Son: William Thomas Jordan, B. 1870, Van Buren, AR. Son: James Henry Jordan, B. 18??, AR. Son: Enoch Jordan, 16, B. 1884, MO. Son: Charley Lee. Jordan, 10, B 1889, MO. Daughter: Lydia Drucilla Jordan "Skillman" 24, B. 1876 William B. Jordan, Sarah Ellen Anderson "Jordan," and Charlie Lee Jordan are all buried in Lawton Oklahoma. Thanks Elkwoman