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Descendants of Richard JORDAN

Generation No. 1

1. RICHARD1 JORDAN was born in Adult before 1768, and died in Unknown. He married UNKNOWN.

Notes for RICHARD JORDAN:

As per the deed below this early Richard Jordan in Pitt Co, NC is an adult by 1768. His resided in Edgecombe Co, NC in 1768 when he brought 214 acres from John WOOTEN.

No further data on his descendants has been found on this Richard Jordan nor if he was married other that he lived in Pitt Co, NC. If you have any information on this Richard Jordan we would appreciate hearing from you. Thanks. Janet Burks (jm@burksfam.net)

PITT CO, NC DEEDS

(from research of Fern Collins)

17 Nov 1768, Bk E p 117, John WOOTEN and Mary to RICHARD JORDAN of Edgecombe Co, NC for 214 acres land on Hickory Branch....Rock Branch....Hurley's Branch.

Witnesses: George EVANS, BENJAMIN JORDAN

[NOTE: This Richard Jordan was born at the very least before 1747 but where?]

 

Is below Benjamin Jordan SR any relation to above Richard Jordan?

Note: In 1765 a Benjamin Jordan SR is residing in Pitt Co, NC.

The following Benjamin "Jr." in 1774 is selling land to Thomas Jordan in Nansemond Co, VA and it might be he is related to the Thomas Jordan family from Isle of Wight Co, VA that settled in Nansemond Co, VA who were Quakers. Who are Benjamin Jordan Sr's descendants?

17 Dec 1774, Bk F p 101, BENJAMIN JORDAN JR of Pitt Co, planter, sells to THOMAS JORDAN of NASSANND CO, VA, 100ac being half of the land that BENJ. JORDAN bought of William MAIL the lower part of plantation where Wm SMITH lives on by patent 2(0) Mar 1738. /s/ Benjamin Jordan

Wit: James BARRON, Thomas DUKE

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