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Descendants of Robert Jordan


Generation No. 2


2. CHARLES ESTES3 JORDAN (ROBERT2, JORDAN1) was born January 02, 1873 in Dayton, Cass Co., Missouri, and died October 10, 1903 in Elk City, Beckham Co., Oklahoma. He married HETTIE VICTORIA MAYFIELD May 05, 1901 in Washala Co., Oklahoma. She was born February 26, 1888 in Bolliver, Polk Co., Missouri, and died in Buffalo, Harper Co., Oklahoma.

Notes for C
HARLES ESTES JORDAN:
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BIRTH: Family bible of Anna Marie (Lessard) Jordan show date of 21 Jan 1873

BURIAL: Ural Cemetery N-E part 1 - row 1 - S to N - plot 37. Inscription on head stone: Charles E. Jordan Born-Jan. 2, 1873 Died-Oct. 10, 1903 age 30 yrs 9 mos & 8 ds "Farewell my wife and children all, from you, a father, Christ doth call".

OBITUARY: Elk City Democrat, Oct 15, 1903:
Charley Jordon Dead.
Charley Jordon, son of Robert Jordon, while working in the Johnson Cotton gin last Friday got his right arm caught in a gin stand. It drew the whole arm in and sawed it into shreds. Drs. Watson Riley and Wade were immeditately called. The flow of blood was stopped and amputation took place. The relapse from the shock to his system was so great that he could not recover and died within a few hours. Burial took place Saturday. He was a good citizen, and many friends mourn his departure and extend their sympathies to his bereaved wife and child.


     
Children of C
HARLES JORDAN and HETTIE MAYFIELD are:
10. i.   CHARLES RAYMOND4 JORDAN, b. April 03, 1902, Elk City, Beckham Co., Oklahoma; d. March 19, 1948, Valencia Co., New Mexico.
11. ii.   CLARA E. JORDAN, b. February 21, 1904; d. July 26, 1975.


3. SUSANNA BARBARA3 JORDAN (ROBERT2, JORDAN1) was born March 28, 1875 in Brooklyn, Poweshiek Co., Iowa, and died April 02, 1958 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., Oklahoma. She married R. L. ANDREWS January 11, 1894.

Notes for R
. L. ANDREWS:
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NAME: "R.L." comes from his mother-in-law's (Elisabeth's) death cert.

CHILDREN: Bardie and R. L. had 3 sons and 1 daughter.

     
Children of S
USANNA JORDAN and R. ANDREWS are:
  i.   WILLARD4 ANDREWS, d. 1949.
  Notes for WILLARD ANDREWS:
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MARRIAGE: Willard married but her name is unknown.


  ii.   NETTIE MAY ANDREWS, m. WILSON A. SMARTT.
  iii.   ROBERT LEONARD ANDREWS, d. 1957; m. OPAL.
  Notes for OPAL:
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CHILDREN: Robert and Opal had 1 son and 1 daughter.


12. iv.   OLIVER A. ANDREWS, b. Abt. 1894.


4. MARY DELPHINE3 JORDAN (ROBERT2, JORDAN1) was born March 17, 1877 in Pleasant, Iowa, and died September 06, 1954. She married JIM J. MOORE November 24, 1904 in Elk City, Roger Mills Co., Territory of Oklahoma. He was born 1870 in Texas.

Notes for M
ARY DELPHINE JORDAN:
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MARRIAGE: Family bible shows 24 Nov 1904.

CHILDREN: Mary Delphine had 3 sons and 1 daughter.

     
Children of M
ARY JORDAN and JIM MOORE are:
  i.   JR. J. J.4 MOORE, m. LOWANA.
  Notes for LOWANA:
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CHILDREN: J.J. Jr had one son, J.J. Moore III. Lowana had l son and l daughter, apparently by another marriage.


13. ii.   SCOTT FERRIS MOORE.
14. iii.   LAURELLA MOORE, b. Abt. 1913.
  iv.   ROBERT LESTER MOORE, b. Abt. 1915; m. HELEN.


5. LEE ANDREW3 JORDAN (ROBERT2, JORDAN1) was born April 15, 1879 in Fairview Twp., Barton Co., Kansas, and died August 25, 1920 in Deadwood, Lawrence Co., South Dakota. He married (1) ANNA MARIE LESSARD November 08, 1908 in New Underwood, Pennington Co., South Dakota, daughter of JULIEN LESSARD and PHILOMEN THIBAULT. She was born January 28, 1880 in Antelope Co., Nebraska, and died November 15, 1956 in Sturgis, Meade Co., South Dakota. He married (2) ANNA MARIE LESSARD November 08, 1908 in New Underwood, Pennington Co., South Dakota, daughter of JAMES LESSARD and MARY THIBAULT. She was born January 28, 1880 in Antelope Co., Nebraska, and died November 15, 1956 in Sturgis, Meade Co., South Dakota.

Notes for L
EE ANDREW JORDAN:
MARRIAGE: Marriage certificate reveals ceremony was at "Underwood", Lee was from Pedro, in Pennington County, and Anna was from Viewfield, in Meade County. Witnesses were M. V. Lane and James Lessard. Minister of the Gospel was Rev. R. C. Reynolds.

OCCUPATION: Lee was a brakeman on the Burlington Route Railroad.

DEATH: He died as a result of peritonitis or bleeding ulcer. Death cert. says perforation of stomach.

BURIAL: He is buried at Mount Moriah Cemetery, Deadwood, South Dakota 18 sites to the right of and in the same row as Calamity Jane. Site location is Sec 1 Lot 393 395; however his grave has never had a permanent marker. A gravestone is now being prepared for his resting place almost 79 years after his death.

OBITUARY: Taken from page 1, "The Deadwood Daily Pioneer-Times", Friday Morning, August 27, 1920:
LEE JORDAN PASSED AWAY WEDNESDAY
Lee Jordan, of Deadwood, aged 41 years passed away Wednesday evening at 9:40 o'clock at the St. Joseph's hospital after suffering from perforation of the stomach. He is survived by a wife, three children, a mother, three brothers and three sisters.
Deceased was well known in Deadwood and had numerous friends who with his family will mourn his loss. He had lived in the city for the past ten years, and was employed as a brakeman on the Burlington. He was a member of the Odd Fellows lodge of Deadwood.
Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the Baptist church, with Rev. J. Maurice Hupp officiating. Brother Odd Fellows of the deceased will attend the services in a body. Two sisters arrived yesterday to attend the services, one from Texas and the other from Oklahoma.
The pall bearers will be as follows: George Selway, William Healy, Peter Blackburn, A. J. Mozeter, J. B. Webber and Morris Jacobson.
Taken from page 1, column 4, "The Deadwood Daily Pioneer-Times, Saturday Morning, August 28, 1920:
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR THE LATE LEE JORDAN
Funeral services for the late Lee Jordan were held yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the Baptist church, Rev. J. Maurice Hupp officiating. Members of the I. O. O. F. in a body, and many friends of the deceased attended, besides the relatives.
Services at the grave were in charge of the I. O. O. F. Interment was made in Mt. Moriah cemetery.
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MARRIAGE: Marriage certificate reveals ceremony was at "Underwood", Lee was from Pedro, in Pennington County, and Anna was from Viewfield, in Meade County. Witnesses were M. V. Lane and James Lessard. Minister of the Gospel was Rev. R. C. Reynolds.

OCCUPATION: Lee was a brakeman on the Burlington Route Railroad.

DEATH: He died as a result of peritonitis or bleeding ulcer. Death cert. says perforation of stomach.

BURIAL: He is buried at Mount Moriah Cemetery, Deadwood, South Dakota 18 sites to the right of and in the same row as Calamity Jane. Site location is Sec 1 Lot 393 395; however his grave has never had a permanent marker. A gravestone is now being prepared for his resting place almost 79 years after his death.

OBITUARY: Taken from page 1, "The Deadwood Daily Pioneer-Times", Friday Morning, August 27, 1920:
LEE JORDAN PASSED AWAY WEDNESDAY
Lee Jordan, of Deadwood, aged 41 years passed away Wednesday evening at 9:40 o'clock at the St. Joseph's hospital after suffering from perforation of the stomach. He is survived by a wife, three children, a mother, three brothers and three sisters.
Deceased was well known in Deadwood and had numerous friends who with his family will mourn his loss. He had lived in the city for the past ten years, and was employed as a brakeman on the Burlington. He was a member of the Odd Fellows lodge of Deadwood.
Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the Baptist church, with Rev. J. Maurice Hupp officiating. Brother Odd Fellows of the deceased will attend the services in a body. Two sisters arrived yesterday to attend the services, one from Texas and the other from Oklahoma.
The pall bearers will be as follows: George Selway, William Healy, Peter Blackburn, A. J. Mozeter, J. B. Webber and Morris Jacobson.
Taken from page 1, column 4, "The Deadwood Daily Pioneer-Times, Saturday Morning, August 28, 1920:
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR THE LATE LEE JORDAN
Funeral services for the late Lee Jordan were held yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the Baptist church, Rev. J. Maurice Hupp officiating. Members of the I. O. O. F. in a body, and many friends of the deceased attended, besides the relatives.
Services at the grave were in charge of the I. O. O. F. Interment was made in Mt. Moriah cemetery.
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MARRIAGE: Marriage certificate reveals ceremony was at "Underwood", Lee was from Pedro, in Pennington County, and Anna was from Viewfield, in Meade County. Witnesses were M. V. Lane and James Lessard. Minister of the Gospel was Rev. R. C. Reynolds.

OCCUPATION: Lee was a brakeman on the Burlington Route Railroad.

DEATH: He died as a result of peritonitis or bleeding ulcer. Death cert. says perforation of stomach.

BURIAL: He is buried at Mount Moriah Cemetery, Deadwood, South Dakota 18 sites to the right of and in the same row as Calamity Jane. Site location is Sec 1 Lot 393 395; however his grave has never had a permanent marker. A gravestone is now being prepared for his resting place almost 79 years after his death.

OBITUARY: Taken from page 1, "The Deadwood Daily Pioneer-Times", Friday Morning, August 27, 1920:
LEE JORDAN PASSED AWAY WEDNESDAY
Lee Jordan, of Deadwood, aged 41 years passed away Wednesday evening at 9:40 o'clock at the St. Joseph's hospital after suffering from perforation of the stomach. He is survived by a wife, three children, a mother, three brothers and three sisters.
Deceased was well known in Deadwood and had numerous friends who with his family will mourn his loss. He had lived in the city for the past ten years, and was employed as a brakeman on the Burlington. He was a member of the Odd Fellows lodge of Deadwood.
Funeral services will be held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the Baptist church, with Rev. J. Maurice Hupp officiating. Brother Odd Fellows of the deceased will attend the services in a body. Two sisters arrived yesterday to attend the services, one from Texas and the other from Oklahoma.
The pall bearers will be as follows: George Selway, William Healy, Peter Blackburn, A. J. Mozeter, J. B. Webber and Morris Jacobson.
Taken from page 1, column 4, "The Deadwood Daily Pioneer-Times, Saturday Morning, August 28, 1920:
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR THE LATE LEE JORDAN
Funeral services for the late Lee Jordan were held yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the Baptist church, Rev. J. Maurice Hupp officiating. Members of the I. O. O. F. in a body, and many friends of the deceased attended, besides the relatives.
Services at the grave were in charge of the I. O. O. F. Interment was made in Mt. Moriah cemetery.


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NNA MARIE LESSARD:
OBITUARY: SERVICES SATURDAY FOR ANNA JORDAN
Funeral services for Mrs. Anna M. Jordan, were held from the Methodist church, Saturday afternoon with Rev. Robert Bates officiating. Interment was in the Bear Butte cemetery under the direction of the F. O. Jolley Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Jack Bachand, Clifford Cook, Warren Veren, John Craig, Allen Lushbough, and Clayton Thompson. Music was furnished by Mrs. D. L. Braden at the organ, and Mrs. Wayne Morrison and Mrs. Elwyn Phillips singing.
Mrs. Jordan passed away in Sturgis, Thursday afternoon following a lingering illness. She was born in Antelope County, Nebraska, January 28 1880, coming to South Dakota about 1888 settling in Hot Springs. Around 1900 she took up a homestead near Viewfield. She was married to Lee A. Jordan, November 8, 1908 at New Underwood. In 1910, the couple moved to Deadwood, where they resided until Mr. Jordan's death in 1920, when Mrs. Jordan moved to Sturgis, living here since.
She is survived by one daughter Mrs. Julia Kenoyer, Sturgis; two sons, George, of Sturgis, LeRoy of San Diego; 6 grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Mary Bruce of Greeley, Colorado; 3 brothers, Edward Lessard of Tompkins, Sask., Canada; Fred and Geo. Lessard, of Ontario, California.
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OBITUARY: SERVICES SATURDAY FOR ANNA JORDAN
Funeral services for Mrs. Anna M. Jordan, were held from the Methodist church, Saturday afternoon with Rev. Robert Bates officiating. Interment was in the Bear Butte cemetery under the direction of the F. O. Jolley Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Jack Bachand, Clifford Cook, Warren Veren, John Craig, Allen Lushbough, and Clayton Thompson. Music was furnished by Mrs. D. L. Braden at the organ, and Mrs. Wayne Morrison and Mrs. Elwyn Phillips singing.
Mrs. Jordan passed away in Sturgis, Thursday afternoon following a lingering illness. She was born in Antelope County, Nebraska, January 28 1880, coming to South Dakota about 1888 settling in Hot Springs. Around 1900 she took up a homestead near Viewfield. She was married to Lee A. Jordan, November 8, 1908 at New Underwood. In 1910, the couple moved to Deadwood, where they resided until Mr. Jordan's death in 1920, when Mrs. Jordan moved to Sturgis, living here since.
She is survived by one daughter Mrs. Julia Kenoyer, Sturgis; two sons, George, of Sturgis, LeRoy of San Diego; 6 grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Mary Bruce of Greeley, Colorado; 3 brothers, Edward Lessard of Tompkins, Sask., Canada; Fred and Geo. Lessard, of Ontario, California.
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OBITUARY: SERVICES SATURDAY FOR ANNA JORDAN
Funeral services for Mrs. Anna M. Jordan, were held from the Methodist church, Saturday afternoon with Rev. Robert Bates officiating. Interment was in the Bear Butte cemetery under the direction of the F. O. Jolley Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Jack Bachand, Clifford Cook, Warren Veren, John Craig, Allen Lushbough, and Clayton Thompson. Music was furnished by Mrs. D. L. Braden at the organ, and Mrs. Wayne Morrison and Mrs. Elwyn Phillips singing.
Mrs. Jordan passed away in Sturgis, Thursday afternoon following a lingering illness. She was born in Antelope County, Nebraska, January 28 1880, coming to South Dakota about 1888 settling in Hot Springs. Around 1900 she took up a homestead near Viewfield. She was married to Lee A. Jordan, November 8, 1908 at New Underwood. In 1910, the couple moved to Deadwood, where they resided until Mr. Jordan's death in 1920, when Mrs. Jordan moved to Sturgis, living here since.
She is survived by one daughter Mrs. Julia Kenoyer, Sturgis; two sons, George, of Sturgis, LeRoy of San Diego; 6 grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Mary Bruce of Greeley, Colorado; 3 brothers, Edward Lessard of Tompkins, Sask., Canada; Fred and Geo. Lessard, of Ontario, California.

     
Children of L
EE JORDAN and ANNA LESSARD are:
15. i.   GEORGE LEE4 JORDAN, b. August 14, 1913, Deadwood, Lawrence Co., South Dakota; d. April 26, 1974, Mesa, Maricopa Co., Arizona.
16. ii.   JULIA ELIZABETH JORDAN, b. June 18, 1915, Deadwood, Lawrence Co., South Dakota.
17. iii.   LEROY ANDREW JORDAN, b. April 27, 1919, Deadwood, Lawrence Co., South Dakota; d. October 06, 1997, Poway, San Diego Co., California.


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