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May 31st, 2013

Welcome to The Reverend Robert &
Sarah (Winter) Jordan Foundation Inc
[a/k/a The Jordan Family Foundation]

The Rev. Robert and Sarah (Winter) Jordan Foundation, Inc., is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization formed in 2003 that seeks to enrich the lives of all descendants of the Reverend Robert and Sarah (Winter) Jordan by enhancing their link to the past through educational, archaeological and historical endeavors funded from tax deductible charitable bequests and donations.

Contributions to The Foundation are not only used to underwrite scholarships for outstanding young men and women who are a part of the Jordan legacy; but also for genealogical research; DNA testing; historic preservation, safekeeping of memorabilia and artifacts; Jordan database maintenance; and communication of lineage and significant historic events dating back to early England.

The Foundation maintains communication with Jordan Families and other interested persons via its National Newsletter, Website, and Special e-gram bulletins. The Board of Trustees meets annually to approve Scholarships and transact other pertinent business as necessary.

Out website contains information about the founding of our Foundation, Trustees, historical articles, a message board to post questions and comments, information about Foundation programs; and, how to become a supporting member.

We welcome questions and/or comments to be posted and encourage communication with our Trustees who are listed on the Foundation Page of our website

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  • Andre Laliberte says on: 2017 at 2:50 am

     

    Wow. So neat to see this.

  • Joyce Kriever says on: 2018 at 2:47 am

     

    Hi, I am a Jordan researcher. My name is Joyce Jordan Kriever. I have researched my Jordan branch for years. I have a roadblock on my great grandfather, James Elias Jordan. His children were told that he was born in Georgia 1849 and died in Tarpon Springs, Florida in 1907. He told his youngest daughter he was 1/4 Cherokee. No proof of that though. I need to do the DNA test. My problem is that I can not place him with any family in Georgia. He first shows up on the Census in 1880 in Texas. I know he was in Alabama before that because he married in 1869. The wife was Sarah Hillyer. His first child was born in 1870 in Pensacola Florida. If anyone has a Jordan Branch that migrated to the South, I would be interested in any info on your jordan Branch. Thanks!

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