James Albort Jordan

Born: Feb 23, 1841 in Albornacle County, Virginia
Died: June 26, 1899
Buried: *Fewl-Blevins Cemetery, Henry County, MO

Married: Annie Rebecca Jane Sharp Abt. September 1, 1870  She was born August 3,
1850 and *died November 17, 1900.  Annie is described as "energetic, hardworking."

Resided in Pocahontas County West Virginia, later moved to Odessa, MO, then to
Lucas, MO (Southeast of Urich).  He was a carpenter.  Both were "faithful" members of
the Methodist Church at Lucas (church still present).

James served the south in the Civil War

James' parents were Albert Jordan (b. July 11, 1811 d. Oct. 5, 1890) and Sarah Wyatt
Ross (b.July 15, 1810 d. Oct 6, 1898).  Albert's grandfather was named John.

Mary Rachel (Eli)  b. October 4, 1871
Sarah Martha Jermima
Lucy Bolle (Lylo)
Lillian Josophino (Tucker)
William Lewis
Albort Ross
Bossio [Bessie?] Gortrudo (Leavitt)
Samuel Elbort
Roubon Miles
Jamos Alvin

Note: I do have several pictures of the above Jordan family members (some are not
marked).  Contact me for a copy.

In conclusion I will say to the children, weep not as those who have no hope, but live up
to Mother's teachings and example and we feel all will be well.  May you look to him who
doeth all things well, and say, "Dearest mother thou hast left us, But 'tis God who hath
berht (berth) us, He can all our sorrows heal.
                               -- From Annie Rebecca J. Jordan's obituary.

Cemetery is located 4.5 miles south of Urich, MO on hwy K; turn east opposite of road
150.  Cemetery sits on top of hill.  See:

Source: Lois Earlene Leavitt, (1965) Jordan Leavitt Splinter Genology work.  109 South Comanche,
Bartlesville, Oklahoma and other notes from personal history papers from Sarah Lee Crabtree