The Jordan Family Foundation


June 27th, 2011

New Powder Horn Pic
The Foundation has acquired a powder horn belonging to
Hezekiah Jordan [1759 – 1828] used during his Revolutionary
War Enlistment. His line is: James, Jeremiah, Jeremiah,
Rev. Robert. Hezekiah Jordan was born September 9, 1759
the youngest of nine children born to James Jordan and
Phebe (nee Mitchell) Jordan at Falmouth (now Cape
Elizabeth) Cumberland County, Maine. After returning
from his Revolutionary War enlistment, Hezekiah married
Eunice Davis on September 15, 1782 in Windham,
Cumberland, Maine. Eunice was the daughter of John
Davis and Mary Elden. Foundation Historian, Steve Deitemeyer,
researched and published an excellent article on Hezekiah Jordan
in the Spring Issue of “The Jordan” our Foundation Newsletter.


June 6th, 2009

by ralijo » Sat Jun 06, 2009 12:09 pm

Attention All Members of The Family Jordan!!! Are you growing Your Family Genealogy Tree by sending us updated information as it occurs? Our database is only as accurate as you assist us to make it. Roland G. Jordan, our Family Information Recorder, is constantly updating
information to answer the many inquiries we receive from our membership and others. Send hard copy to: Roland G. Jordan, 42 Hector Street, Auburn, ME 04210-8220 or email:


March 15th, 2009

The Board of Directors of the Family Jordan donated copies of “The Family Jordan” 3-volume book set to the following genealogical libraries and/or societies: Maine Historical Society, Portland, ME; New England Historical Society, Boston, MA; Auburn Public Library, Auburn, ME; Camp Verde Historical Society, Camp Verde, AZ; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Salt Lake City, UT; Thomas Memorial Library, Cape Elizabeth, ME; Allen County Public Library, Ft. Wayne, IN; Dorcas Library, Prospect Harbor, ME; New Hampshire Historical Society, Concord, NH; State of Maine Public Library, Augusta, ME; Library of Congress, Washington, DC; Registrar of Copyrights, Washington, DC; Picton Press, Ellsworth, ME; Lee County Historical Society, Cedar Rapids, IA; Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research, Houston, TX; Newberry Library, Chicago, IL; Sutro Library, SanFrancisco, CA; Orange County Library System, Orlando, FL; and the Seattle Public Library, Seattle, WA. This now makes a total of 18 reference libraries throughout the United States where this Jordan lineage information can be accessed.  The Book Sets are sold out, however  a CD ROM containing this information and subsequent updates is  available and can be ordered by downloading and mailing the order form listed in the Merchandise section of this website.

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