Jordon Family History, and Patriarchal Lineage
Pedigree:

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knowledge that the Heavenly Father Yahoweh has allowed, and blessed me (Chad Jordon) to learn about my patriarchal lineage, and family history!
Having this much family knowledge in my family is unprecedented!






 Jordon
Name Meaning and History


English, French, German, Polish, and Slovenian; Spanish and Hungarian (Jordán): from the Christian baptismal name Jordan. This is taken from the name of the river Jordan (Hebrew Yarden, a derivative of yarad ‘to go down’, i.e. to the Dead Sea). At the time of the Crusades it was common practice for crusaders and pilgrims to bring back flasks of water from the river in which John the Baptist had baptized people, including Christ himself, and to use it in the christening of their own children.
As a result Jordan became quite a common personal name.
Dictionary of American Family Names, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-508137-4

Different variant spellings of the Surname name Jordon

Spelling variations include: Jourdan, Jordan, Jourdain, Jordain, Jourdaine, Jordaine, Jourde, Jorde, Jourdaneau, Jordaneau, Jourdanot, Jordanot, Jourdeneau, Jordeneau, Jourdenot, Jordenot, Jourdanet, Jordanet, Jourdenet, Jordenet, Jourdaney, Jordaney, Jourdeney, Jordeney, Jourdin, Jordin, Jourdon, Jordon, Jourdeau, Jordeau, Jourda, Denon, Denoncourt, Denonfoux, Denonville, Denet, Denot, Deneau, Danon, Danot and many more.

"Jordon"
was not my families original surname!

The Original French Name was:

"Jadon"

"De" "Des" or "Du" means "of"
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"Jadon"

Gender: Masculine

Usage: Biblical

Other Scripts: יָדוֹן (Ancient Hebrew)

Pronounced: JAH-den (English), JAY-den (English)  [key]

Possibly means either "thankful" or "he will judge" in Hebrew. This name is borne by a minor character in the Old Testament.
http://www.behindthename.com/name/jadon


JADON

Originally Yadon

Nehemiah 3:7And next to them Melatiah the Gibeonite, Jadon the Meronothite, the men of Gibeon and Mizpah, repaired the residence of the governor of the region beyond the River.


Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
Hebrew 3036
ידון
yâdôn
yaw-done'
From H3034; thankful; Jadon, an Israelite: - Jadon.


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Name pronunciation: JAY-dun, JAH-DUN / YAH-dun
Origin of name: Hebrew
Meaning of name: Thankful; a judge; one judged by God; “God has heard

The Story Behind This Biblical Christian Baby Name

There is one very brief mention of this name in the book of Nehemiah. A man named Jadon from a place called Merenoth helped to rebuild the walls and gates of Jerusalem. The city of Jerusalem was the holy city to the Jewish people, and this was a big deal, repairing the defenses and revitalizing this place central to the sacrificial system and holy celebrations of their religious beliefs and political identity as a nation.

Although Nehemiah gets a lot of the fame for this rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem, there were many people who were a part of this grand and dangerous project. They faced much opposition, and the violence threatened against them was enough that half of them would stand guard with weapons at the ready while the other half did the building work. Even the construction workers kept a sword in their belts at all times, just in case.

Every person involved in this construction effort is a hero, including Jadon the Merenothite.

Scriptures for the Name Jadon

Nehemiah 3:7 (specific mention of Jadon) For the whole wall-rebuilding story, start with Nehemiah 2


Variations of the Baby Name Jadon

Girl names: Jadyn, Jaden
Boy names: Jadon

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JADON
 

Jadon in Easton's Bible Dictionary judge, a Meronothite who assisted in rebuilding the walls of Jerusalem (Neh. 3:7).
http://www.bible-history.com/eastons/J/Jadon/

Jadon in Smiths Bible Dictionary
(judge), the Meronothite, who assisted to repair the wall of Jerusalem. Ne 3:7 (B.C. 446.)
http://www.bible-history.com/smiths/J/Jadon/

Jadon in the Bible Encyclopedia - ISBE
ja'-don (yadhon, perhaps "he will judge" or "plead"): One who helped to rebuild the wall of Jerusalem in company with the men of Gibeon and of Mizpah (Neh 3:7). He is called the "Meronothite," and another Meronothite is referred to in
1 Ch 27:30, but there is no mention of a place Meronoth. Jadon is the name given by Josephus (Ant., VIII, viii, 5; ix, 1) to "the man of God" from Judah who confronted Jeroboam as he burned incense at the altar in Bethel, and who was afterward deceived by the lie of the old prophet (1 Ki 13). Josephus may probably have meant Iddo the seer, whose visions concerning Jeroboam (2 Ch 9:29) led to his being identified in Jewish tradition with "the man of God", from Judah. James Crichton
http://www.bible-history.com/isbe/J/JADON/

Jadon in Wikipedia
is a Hebrew name meaning "thankful" (according to Strong's Concordance) or "he will judge"[1]. It appears in the Hebrew Bible or Old Testament as the name of Jadon the Meronothite, one of the builders of the wall of Jerusalem in the Book of Nehemiah (Nehemiah 3:7). The Prophet Jadon. According to Flavius Josephus, Jadon is the name of a minor prophet in his Antiquities of the Jews VIII,8,5. In the Hebrew Bible it is referred to as the man of God (1 Kings 13:1 ). In the Lives of the Prophets he is called Joad. A Rabbinic tradition identifies him with Iddo.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jadon

Jadon Scripture - Nehemiah 3:7
And next unto them repaired Melatiah the Gibeonite, and Jadon the Meronothite, the men of Gibeon, and of Mizpah, unto the throne of the governor on this side the river.
http://www.bible-history.com/kjv/Nehemiah/3/

http://www.bible-history.com/links.php?cat=44&sub=1405&cat_name=Bible+Names+H-M&subcat_name=Jadon


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PLEASE NOTE:
This name has nothing to do with the Des Jardins family! These are two very different family names, and family lines.


Dit Name
dit pronounced "dee"

"Dit" in French means "say"
A Dit Name is a name used in conjunction with a Surname to identify families.
The Dit Name was usually the name of a certain Ancestor.
The use of Dit Names was common only in French people

Dit name was:
"Lacoudray" or "Delacoudre"
This name appears in the PRDH

Ancestry.com has the dit name recorded as Dubouchet
.
It appears that both of these names were utilized by Claude's son Charles for reasons that are unclear at this time.
They are certainly the same person because everything else lines up.
However for some reason he dropped the dit name Lacoudray for Dubouchet.
Lacoudray was the original dit name according to all of our French Canadian sources.

Lacoudray is of Norman-French origin, and it is a locational name from places in Normandy, called "Coudrai", in Seine-Maritime, and "Coudray"

Learn more about the dit name Lacoudray here:
http://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/Coudray


Jordon Lineage from Present day Back

Keeley-Rose, Jordon
Born in Glens Falls, NY in 1998

Destiny Olsen
B
orn in Glens Falls, NY in 2000

Amadeus Jordon

Born in Glens Falls, NY in 2004

Chad Jordon
Born in Ticonderoga, NY in 1977

Bryan Jordon
Born in Ticonderoga, NY November 2nd 1957
died in Glens Falls, New York at Glens Falls hospital July 3rd 2017

Arthur Jordon
Born in Hague, NY August 9th 1929- died April 17th 2013

Riley Jordon
Born in Hague October 15th 1895- died January 18th 1984

Charlie Jordon
Born in Ticonderoga June 4th 1858- died March 20th 1948

From here the surname changes from the English variant to the original French De Jadon
Enos, and his father Anthony's first names both change back to their original French names as well.
These are the two people that were the hardest to trace because of this name change.
It should be noted that these two men are the reason why we are Americans, and at this time it's not clear how much hell they may have had to endure so we could be free!

The family had been here in the Ticonderoga, and Hague area since about 1839 or so.
Anthony, and his family moved to Ticonderoga, NY from St Albans, VT
Anthony, and his family crossed the boarder from Lower Canada / Quebec, Canada with his family into St Albans VT at about 1819.

It seems clear that Anthony Jordon AKA Antoine De Jadon crossed the boarder into VT with his wife Louise Demers AKA Eliza, and their kids that they had at that time.

Enos / Ignace De Jadon
Anthony Jr. De Jadon
Harry (possibly Henry) De Jadon
Louise AKA Eliza De Jadon
Mary Julie De Jadon

They had more kids in Vt, before they moved to Ticonderoga, NY at about 1839


"DeJadon History"


Ignace DeJadon AKA Enos Jordon

Birth November 1812
  in St-Luc (St-Jean) Lower Canada
Death
May 2 1867  Age 54
in Ticonderoga, New York, USA

His Wife:
Eliza Alden
__________________________________________________________________

* Antoine Nicolas DeJadon AKA Anthony Jordon
 Birth
December 6 1785 in Pointe-Olivier (St-Mathias) Québec, Canada
Death
abt 1871 Age 86
in Ticonderoga, NY

His Wife:
* Marie Louise Demers AKA Eliza
Birth
  abt 1788
in Chambly (St-Joseph) Quebec, Canada
Death ?
__________________________________________________________________

* Ignace DeJadon
Birth
October 4 1751 in Pointe-de-Lévy (Lauzon)
Death
March 9 1790 Age 38
in Pointe-Olivier (St-Mathias) Quebec, Canada

His Wife:
* Marie Agathe Maillot Laroche Mailloux
Birth ?

Death ?
__________________________________________________________________

  * Charles DeJadon Lacoudray
* Birth
1717
in St-Patrocle, La Celle, arch. Bourges, Bourbonnais (ar. Montlucon, Allier), France
Death
July 24 1801 Age 84
in L'Acadie, Quebec, Canada

His Wife:
* Marie Louise Ducas Belleville

Birth ?

Death ?
__________________________________________________________________

* Claude DeJadon Lacoudray
    * Birth
Born on 2 July 1684 in st-patrocle, la celle, arch. bourges, bourbonnais, France
Death ?

His Wife:
    * Marie Anne Despeiroux
Birth ?
  
 Death ?

__________________________________________________________________

*Charles-Christophe de Jadon Esenier sieur DuBouchat

* Birth 1656
? France

 Death ?


His Wife:
* Marie De Laboulaye

* Birth

Died ?
__________________________________________________________________

*Adrien DeJadon

* Birth abt 1630 ?
? France
Died ?


His Wife:
* Francoise DeReynaud  (Regnault de Chandio)
* Birth

Died ?
__________________________________________________________________

*Jean DeJadon seigneur

* Birth
De La Garde †1620


Died ?

His Wife:
* Anne De La Brosse

* Birth

Died ?
__________________________________________________________________
*Claude DeJadon sieur De Barbesanges

* Birth France

Died ?


Françoise de MONTCLARD
__________________________________________________________________
*Jean DeJadon sieur De Barbesanges

* Birth France

Died ?

Marie de REYNAUD

__________________________________________________________________
*Antoine DeJadon sieur De Barbesanges

* Birth France
  †1522


Died ?

__________________________________________________________________
*Pierre Jadon

* Birth France
†/1510



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*Olivier Jadon

Marchand bourgeois de Montferrand

* Birth France

Died ?

__________________________________________________________________
*Jehan Jadon

Marchand bourgeois de Montferrand

* Birth France


Died in 1466
Décédé en 1466

The name Jehan is of Hebrew Origin


Coming to America:

I Chad Jordon called on Enos Jordon's Naturalization Papers on May 1st 2008 after learning of it's existence via the internet.
http://www.co.warren.ny.us/records/Naturalization%20index.html
I called to see if they could find it, and they did!
On May 2nd 2008 I Chad Jordon went to "Records Storage & Archives" located in the Warren County Municipal Center, in
Lake George, New York.
I picked up a copy of Enos Jordon's Naturalization Papers, and it has his signature on it.
Enos Jordon applied for Naturalization on 10/11/1844 in Warren County, New York
Enos signed his name
"Enos Jordon"
NOTE: the surname was spelled with a "don" and NOT a "dan"
It states that he was born in the "Lower Providence of Canada"
The "Lower Providence of Canada" is modern day (Quebec)

The "Lower Providence of Canada" back then it consisted of part of the former French colony of New France, which was populated mainly by French Canadians, which was ceded to Great Britain.
More on Lower Providence of Canada here
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lower_Canada

http://www.answers.com/topic/lower-canada

NOTE:
Enos Jordon's name is spelled "Enos Jourdan" although the spelling on the document is spelled "Jourden" in the Warren County records. Enos put in for Naturalization Papers on 10/11/1844 in Warren County, New York.
(Warren County Index 1813-1906

ALSO NOTE:
He signed his Naturalization Papers "Enos Jordon"
The person who written up his
Naturalization Papers is the one who spelled it "Jourden"
This is a clerical error that happened allot before name standardization. This can cause much confusion, and doubt for a researcher.


It has been passed down orally to Earnest and his Wife Inza Jordon (maiden name Wells)
That Charles Jordon's father stated that his Father was from Canada. Charles Father is Enos Jordon
We have been able to validate this with documentation from Enos's Naturalization Papers.

French women in Canada, and France did not take the husbands surname, they kept their maiden name after they were married.
When they came to America they adopted many customs of America to blend in, such as women taken their husbands surname, and changing the spelling of the surname from it's French variant to Americanize themselves.
Surnames often times had many different forms, because there was no name standardization years ago.
This means that a given name or a surname could be open for interpretation on how it was to be spelled.

At this point we do not know where Anthony & his Wife Eliza are buried.
We think that they are possibly buried somewhere in the Catholic Cemetery on the vineyard Road, with no headstones or destroyed headstones.
We feel this is a strong possibility because Anthony lived with Moses & his daughter Mary Wells / Jarvis which was on Street Road.
That is also where Moses & Mary are buried.
Street Road was a inhabited by the French who migrated from Quebec, Canada.

On October 28 2009 Chad Jordon finally found the where Anthony, and his son Enos were from.
They were both born in Quebec, Canada along the
Richelieu River.
From there I was able to trace the family lines back to France with the help of the "PRDH"

Religion & Occupation

1. The Family has been, and is still mostly "Roman Catholic" which is what the early settlers of Canada were.

2. The description of their jobs fits the location of their jobs, and the timeline.
Their Jobs were "agriculture" (Farming)
"Boatmen" (One who works on, deals with, or operates boats.) who worked on the canal's
"Laborers"
commonly spelled (Labourer) in old documentation (built the canals) (farm hands) general labor.

Enos Jordon was a "Laborer"
which often times meant (farm hands) according to the 1850 Census.
Charles Jordon was a Laborer (farm hands) according to his death certificate.
Charles Jordon was a Boatman according to his 1880 census record.
Riley Jordon was a Laborer Graphite Mines according to his 1910 census record. He was a Laborer 1930.
Most that are alive today know that Pa (Riley Jordon) raised his kids on "Jordon's Farm" in Hague, New York.
We know that Pa did farming, and so did his kids at least until they were old enough to go out on their own.

With this in mind it seems logical to believe that they must have work in, on, and around the St. Lawrence sea way, Richelieu River, and Lake Champlain.
   Most of them were all farmers even my Grandfather (Arthur Jordon) did farming growing up, and so did his father Pa, and his father Charles was a Laborer, which meant farming, we know this from eye witness's such as
Arthur Jordon who is (Charles grandson), Inza Jordon (Maiden Name Wells) and Kate Hunter a long time friend of the family.
Enos was a Laborer who had done farming.
Enos's Son Walter was a Boatman, Enos's brother David was a Boatman as well.
Charles was a Boatman according to the 1880 census.

Some of them may have even helped build the canals around St. Lawrence sea way.
They certainly worked very close to water at the very least for agricultural, and transport reasons.
So it would make sense they lived close to the water because the water was the main mode of travel back then, which was before the the Railroad was built 1840's
The Richelieu River was the highway of transportation especially over long distances.


Timeline:


Despite what people might think now a days, people moved around allot centuries ago.
We find this in the old French records that Claude as been to many places in France, such as:

Paris, Saint-Roch, France
Etroussat, France
St Cyprien, France
Bellenaves, France
Monteignet, France
Escurolles, France
Bellenaves, France


They also lived in or near Bourbonnais, France to Quebec, Canada Migration Timeline:


Claude, and his son Charles DeJadon came from Bourbonnais, France

About
Bourbonnais, France:
Bourbonnais (būrbônā'), former province, central France, in the northern part of the Massif Central. It was approximately the same area as today's Allier dept. It is a largely arid plateau (except for the fertile Limagne area in the west). The chief cities are Moulins, Montluçon, and Vichy. Moulins, the ancient capital, has many historical monuments. The counts (later dukes) of Bourbon held the Bourbonnais as an appanage until 1527, when Francis I of France confiscated it upon the death of the constable Charles of Bourbon.
http://www.answers.com/topic/bourbonnais

 

Enos Jordon was born in St-Luc (St-Jean) Quebec, Canada in November 1812

his father was
Antoine Nicolas DeJadon
Born December 1785 in Pointe-Olivier (St-Mathias) Québec, Canada



Quebec, Canadian to Vermont, American Boarder Crossing Timeline:

Enos Jordon was born in St-Luc (St-Jean) Quebec, Canada in November 1812
his father was
Antoine Nicolas DeJadon
Born December 1785 in Pointe-Olivier (St-Mathias) Québec, Canada


Anthony, and Enos both came from St-Luc Quebec, Canada.
  They came into Saint Albans, Vermont sometime before the 1820 census, and sometime after the birth of
Mary Jordon who was born "M Julie DeJadon" she was born in 1819 in St-Luc Quebec, Canada.
We then see Anthony, and his family in Saint Albans the next year in the 1820 Franklin County, VT census.
This gives us a one year window of when they may have crossed the boarder into Vermont.
Anthony was not in the 1810 Franklin County, VT census.


Vermont to Ticonderoga, New York Crossing Timeline:
 
The Jordon family moved from Fairfield, Vermont, to Ticonderoga, New York about 1839.
We come to this conclusion by Enos's Naturalization papers which were registered in 1844 in Warren County NY, it states that Enos was here in New York for five years.
So Anthony must have moved here right after the 1830 Franklin County Fairfield, Vermont census, and then end up in the 1840 Ticonderoga, New York's census.
He had a family in Franklin County, Vermont for about 30 years.
http://www.census-online.com/links/VT/Franklin/


We see Anthony in the 1840 census in Ticonderoga as well as in Vermont at the same time. New York must have the their census right after they moved to New York. For him to show up in two census records.
We see that he has a large family living with him at this point of time.

1 Male between the ages of 50, and 60. This has to be Anthony
1 female, between the ages of 40 and 50 years of age. This as to be Eliza

  Anthony's Boys
It shows him having 2 boys between the ages of 5 and 10 years old.
3 boys that are between the ages of 20, and 30 years old.


Anthony's Girls
1 female, under 5 years of age.
2 females,
between the ages of 10 and 15 years of age. (Catharine Born in 1826) (Sarah "Crier" Jordan born 1827)
3 females, between the ages of 15 and 20
years of age. (Mary Julie "Wells" Jordan born 1818)
2 females, between the ages of 20 and 30 years of age. (Eliza Born in 1818)

This gives a grand total of 13 kids living with him in1840.


We also see him in the 1850, 1860, and the 1870's census records.

Some of the Family remain in Ticonderoga to this very day.

Many families came from Canada into Vermont, in the early 1800's One particular family is the Wells / Javasis / Gervasis family.
It seems that they may have met, and then traveled down the Richelieu River together, which would have been the main mode of transportation back then
into Franklin County Vermont.
Then they came into Ticonderoga, New York in 1840 both families came to Ticonderoga, New York.

Anthony living with a "Moses & Mary Wells" It turns out that Mary is Anthony's daughter.
 In the Ticonderoga, New York 1870 Census, and it says that they are from Canada as well, except for Mary.
Moses Wells original surname was
"Gervasis" or (Jarvis) he came from "Sorel" Lower Canada (Quebec)

So what we are seeing is a Migration of at least of two families out of Canada into Vermont, and then into Ticonderoga, New York
"Moses & Matilda Wells" are buried in the St. Mary's Cemetery in the far back right side as you walk in.
The older Moses Wells. Moses was married to Mary Jordon who was the daughter of Anthony who was living with them in the 1870 census at the end of his life.
Moses
Wells / Javasis / Gervasis came from Sorel Canada.

There reasons for leaving Quebec and into Vermont was due to the British ruling their Homeland, and ruining their crops, and their way of life.
http://www.flowofhistory.org/themes/movement_settlement/french.php
Also they were not allowed to practice their Roman Catholic faith under British rule.
http://www.everyculture.com/multi/Du-Ha/French-Canadian-Americans.html

About Eastern the Townships of Quebec
http://www.griffincunningham.net/davis/misscountymain2.htm

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~qceastwn/

Eastern Townships

  region, Quebec, Canada

Main

Aspects of the topic Eastern-Townships are discussed in the following places at Britannica.

Assorted References



Quebec ( in Quebec (province, Canada): Settlement patterns

The Appalachian region was first inhabited by Abenaki people. The southeastern corner of the province that includes the towns of Granby, Sherbrooke, and Magog is known as the Eastern Townships, which were originally settled by loyalists seeking asylum during the American Revolution in what remained British territory. Settlement of the Eastern Townships was by freehold tenure, and this attracted considerable numbers of British settlers following the end of the War of 1812. Throughout the latter half of the 19th century, a great many American and British settlers sold out to French Canadian habitants, who received encouragement and financial support from French Canadian Catholic colonization societies.

http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/486652/Quebec/43129/Settlement-patterns#ref=ref477909

France To Canada


DUBOUCHET / DEJADON, Charles 440016
Status Marie
Date of birth To 1717
Place of origin Ussel-of Allier(St-Isidore) (Allier) 03294
Parents JADON Claude and Anne Duperoux
The father Squire, sieur of the herd, lieutenant in the regiment of Brie
Date of marriage of the parents 29-11-1714
Place of marriage of the parents Ussel-d'Allier (St-Isidore) (03294)
First mention in the country 1732
Occupation to the arrival Cadet of the troupes de Marine, cie Lantagnac
Date of marriage 26-08-1737
Place of marriage Pointe-de-Lévy (Lauzon)
Spouse Marie-Louise Ducas
Death or burial Acadia, 25-07-1801
Remarks In 1737, his mother is named Marie-Anne Depéroux. His brother Gilbert was christened in Ussel-d'Allier (St-Isidore), 07-26 - 1717. His paternal grandparents were Charles-Christophe de Jadon Esenier (father Adrien); and Marie de Laboulaye (Charles and Cristine de Lacroix), married to Barberier (St-André) (03016), 16-02 - 1676.  His maternal grandparents were Philippe Dupéroux, Squire and Madeleine of the Ramas.
Identification DGFC, vol. 3, pp. 483
Researcher (s) Mary earned; Lise Dandonneau
Date modified 2014 04-18

This link is translated into English
http://www.microsofttranslator.com/BV.aspx?ref=IE8Activity&a=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fichierorigine.com%2Fdetail.php%3Fnumero%3D440016


Here is the original link
http://www.fichierorigine.com/detail.php?numero=440016

Family Crest / Coat of Arms

Armorial général de France






  Jadon family crest / coat of arms.


Charles-Christophe de Jadon Esenier sieur DuBouchat was the father of Claude, and the son of Adrien

Genealogists have a tax initiative to thank for the Armorial général de France. In 1696 in an effort to raise money, Louis XIV issued an edict requiring all who had armorial bearings to register them and pay an accompanying fee. In some cases, those who could afford to pay but had no arms would be granted—or even assigned—arms and charged. Both the noble and the common could bear arms, as could cities (communes) and other organizations.

The work of collecting the information and establishing an official record of French arms fell to Charles-René d'Hozier, who documented descriptions of the various arms in 35 volumes that make up the Armorial général de France. The collection (now in the Bibliothèque nationale de France) features nearly 130,000 colored armorial bearings compiled by d'Hozier between 1696 and 1709 and documents three types: those for (1) individuals or families, (2) cities, and (3) occupations, corporations, or religious orders.

Family names have been indexed for over 115,000 of the armorial bearings and can be searched. The majority of French surnames, over 57,000, may be found in the collection. This is the first time this armorial collection has been indexed and made searchable online by family name. The images may also be browsed by province or subdivision.

While the collection is not a complete encyclopedia of French arms, it is still a useful source of information on old noble French families.

http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=1711


The Coat of Arms / Crest Meaning

Shield:
Beveled Smooth shield

Shields:
There is some debate as to the meaning of the shape of the shield. Most historians agree that the shape was usually determined by the time period and geographic region.
The shape is not a part of the official blazon, so modern heraldry artists choose shapes to suit the design. Some of the most commonly used designs are shown here.

http://www.fleurdelis.com/shields.htm

Blue (Azure):
 Truth and loyalty
http://www.fleurdelis.com/meanings.htm

It seems like the color is yellow, although it could be a very old faded version of gold, and if that's the case:
Gold (Or):
Generosity and elevation of the mind
http://www.fleurdelis.com/meanings.htm
Chevron:
Protection; Builders or others who have accomplished some work of faithful service
http://www.fleurdelis.com/symbolism_ABC.htm#Cherub

Chevron looks like a rank insignia, however in my studies of this, it doesn't seem to be  the case.
Rock:
Safety and protection; refuge

http://www.fleurdelis.com/symbolism_QRST.htm#Raven
Dove:
Loving constancy and peace; outreach; the Holy Spirit; with an olive branch in its bill, it signifies a harbinger of good tidings

http://www.fleurdelis.com/symbolism_DEF.htm#Dogwood

Meaning of Harbinger:

Harbinger:

har·bin·ger

[hahr-bin-jer] Show IPA
noun
1.
a person who goes ahead and makes known the approach of another; herald.
2.
anything that foreshadows a future event; omen; sign: Frost is a harbinger of winter.
3.
a person sent in advance of troops, a royal train, etc., to provide or secure lodgings and other accommodations.
verb (used with object)
4.
to act as harbinger to; herald the coming of.
Origin:
1125–75; late Middle English herbenger,  nasalized variant of Middle English herbegere,  dissimilated variant of Old French herberg ( i ) ere  host, equivalent to herberg ( ier ) to shelter (< Germanic;  see harbor) + -iere -er2


2. herald, forerunner, precursor, portent, indication.


World English Dictionary
harbinger  (ˈhɑːbɪndʒə) [Click for IPA pronunciation guide]
 
— n
1. a person or thing that announces or indicates the approach of something; forerunner
2. obsolete  a person sent in advance of a royal party or army to obtain lodgings for them
 
— vb
3. ( tr ) to announce the approach or arrival of
 
[C12: from Old French herbergere,  from herberge  lodging, from Old Saxon heriberga;  compare Old High German heriberga  army shelter; see harry , borough ]



Updated versions of the family crest:


De Jadon

Family Crest
This is a drawing of the family coat of arms was made in April 28-2014 by my (Chad Jordon's) Daughter
Keeley-Rose Jordon



De Jadon


Made by Chad Jordon
April 27th 2016


I Chad Jordon recently have found an older crest that is in the direct line of decent.



This is the Crest of
Claude Jadon

There is an older version that does not seem to be in the direct line of decent. It is the same as the one directly above however the bottom is more rounded, and oval shape.
Whereas the one just above is more bell shaped.

Ethnic Origin

The Patriarchal direct line of
descent is "French"
The French used to be known as "The Franks"
They were barbarians at about 300 A.D.

Here is a detail video from the History Channel about it:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xA_SSpQDpl4

Before they were The Franks there were the Normans.

The family came from France to
the Providence of Lower Canada, or East Canada which is now known as "Quebec" Canada they later migrated from St Luc, Quebec, Canada down the Richelieu River to Saint Albans, and then
Fairfield, Vermont, they moved just before 1840 to Ticonderoga, New York.

St Luc is 50 miles north of St Albans, Vermont. Where we later see Anthony, and his family in the 1820 census.
This time frame was before roads, and railroads.
They always stayed close to the water for good reasons.


Quebec was heavily populated with French speaking people.
It was passed down orally to Earnest, and Inza Jordon (Maiden name Wells) that Enos Jordon came from Canada, now we have the documentation to prove it.
We also have an eye witness account by Kate Hunter, who is 101 years old, (as of 2008) she states that Charles had a French accent.
Here is a link about the pioneers in Canada.
http://www.genealogie.umontreal.ca/en/LesPionniers.htm#Et%20votre%20ancêtre?


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Before The Franks / Ribuari Franks became The Normans:


Knowing this info is a double edged sword as it is both a Blessing, as well as a curse.
This knowledge is not for the faint of heart, and it has serious implications with your relationship with the Most High after you learn this.

So what does this all mean?
Seek, and you shall find...and here is what I found...

Before they were Normans they had many different identities because they lost their real identity.
This is because they were exiles.
These people were a special race with a special destiny.


Before our ancestors became known as
"The French" they were known as
"The Franks"  before that they were known as the
"Normans" The Normans entered the Northern section of what would later become France. That area later become known as Normandy. Before they were "Normans" they were known as
"Gauls" and
before that they were known as the
"Parthians"
Before that they were known as
"Scythians" who were captives by the Assyrian's. Prior to their captivity in
Assyria they were from the tribe of
Ruben
, who was one of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel.
Ruben who was the son of
Jacob
, who was the son of
Issac, who was the son of
Abraham.

Ruben had a lack of control, so much so he had sex with his step mother. To this very day the French still exhibit many of the traits of Ruben such as their hyper driven libido.

For more details, and proof click here:

Israelite heritage
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Direct line of decent from my (Chad Jordon's) kids" (Keeley-Rose Jordon, Destiny Olsen & Amadeus Chad Jordon)
 
from them we can go back 12 Generations.
Red Letter names indicates my direct line of decent, and will be used throughout this pedigree.
Blue Letter names indicates twins.

Generation 1 Generation 2

Keeley-Rose Jordon (On Left)
Destiny Olsen (On Right)
Amadeus Chad Jordon (Front Middle)

Keeley-Rose Jordon Born October 6th 1998
Parents are Chad & Roxann Jordon (Maiden Name Drake)

Destiny Olsen Born February 23 2000 Parents are
Chad Jordon & Jamie Tedrick / Monroe

Destiny came to be when I (Chad) was split up with Roxann in 1999.
Destiny & I both learned of each others existence in March 2010.

 Amadeus Jordon Born March 25th 2004
Parents are Chad & Roxann Jordon
(Maiden Name Drake)

Roxann
Jordon's
Parents are:
Milo Drake & Lorraine Roe



Chad Bryan Jordon

Chad Byran Jordon Born August 19th 1977
Parents:
Bryan Alan Jordon, and Marie Ann Watts

Chad Bryan Jordon Married Roxann Robin Drake on February 7th 1998








Chad's Scriptural Knowledge:
http://www.precioustruthministries.info/messages.html

Chad's Book
https://www.amazon.com/Quest-Truth-Chad-Jordon/dp/1462677851
Generation 3 Generation 4
Bryan Al Jordon

Bryan Alan Jordon Born November 2nd 1957
died July 3rd 2017 in Glens Falls, New York at Glens Falls hospital.
Parents: Arthur Jordon & Beatrice Jordon, maiden name
(Fish)



Arthur Jordon

Arthur Jordon AKA (Art-Q) or (Doc)
Born August 9th 1929 - April 17th 2013
Parents are Riley Jordon & Henrietta Jordon, maiden name (Morehouse)


Kilmer Funeral Home Service Details:
http://www.kilmerfuneralhome.com/book-of-memories/1555288/Jordon-Arthur/service-details.php

Kilmer Funeral Home Obituary:
http://www.kilmerfuneralhome.com/book-of-memories/1555288/Jordan-Arthur/obituary.php

Post Star Online Obituary:
http://poststar.com/lifestyles/announcements/obituaries/arthur-art-art-q-doc-jordon/article_003f1c7a-aa2d-11e2-b4bd-0019bb2963f4.html

Times of Ti Online Obituary:
http://www.theclassifiedsuperstore.com/default/obituaries/arthur-art-art-q-doc-jordan-aug-9-1929-apr-17-2013/40134ABE0a4e5139CAGXu41CA302


Ex wife Beatrice Jordon, maiden name (Fish)
Born August 27-1935
March 2-15

Generation 5 Generation 6

Riley Jordon


Riley Jordon AKA (Pa)
Born October 15th 1895
Parents: Charles Augustus Jordon & Sarah Jordon, maiden name (Newton)

Pa died January 18th 1984, and he is buried in Hague Cemetery across from the New Fire department. He is buried in the far back right side facing Graphite Mountain (Facing the West)

Henrietta Morehouse
Born 12-23-1906


http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=JOR&GSpartial=1&GSbyrel=all&GSst=46&GScntry=4&GSsr=6121& GRid=102931130&


Pa's

Draft Card

Obituary
Clip taken from the online Ticonderoga Sentinel.

Death Certificate

Charles Augustus Jordon



Born June 4th 1858-March 20th 1948
Parents: Enos Jordon & Eliza maiden name Alden

Charles is buried in the Hague Cemetery across from the New Fire department.
On the corner of Route 8, and West Hague Road.

  CHARLES ONLY HAS THIS MAKESHIFT HEADSTONE AT THIS TIME!
He would be buried almost straight down from where Pa (Riley Jordon) is buried in a wide
open space. We believe his he buried next to some of his Son's, and they have no headstones.

We found obituary's that state that Charles's sons were buried in this cemetery too so it stands to reason that they might be buried next to if not close to Charles

This info is from an old obituary.

Charles is buried in the Hague Cemetery across from the New Fire department.
On the corner of Route 8, and West Hague Rd.


He would be buried a little ways below where Pa (Riley Jordon) is buried in a wide
open space with some of his Son's, and they have no headstones.

This info is from an old obituary taken from the
Ticonderoga Sentinel Newspaper.


Sarah Newton was Born 1870


Obituary
Clip taken from the online Ticonderoga Sentinel.

Death Certificate

Generation 7 Generation 8



Enos Jordon

Born Ignace DeJadon
November 1812 in St Luc (St-Jean) Quebec, Canada.

Birth Record from the
Drouin Collection

Naturalization Letter of Intent Original front

Naturalization Letter of Intent Original Back


Eliza Alden Born 1819 in Vergennes, Vermont
Died 2/27/1897 78 years old
Lived in New York 48 years
Father Edward Alden
She is buried beside Enos at Valley View Cemetery in Ticonderoga, New York.
She has no Headstone.

Eliza was a convert to the Catholic faith, as stated in her obituary

This info is from an old obituary taken from the
Ticonderoga Sentinel Newspaper.


Eliza's Obituary 1

Eliza's Obituary 2
Clip taken from the online Ticonderoga Sentinel.



Take note that Enos / Ignace name is of Hebrew Origin as well as the original surname.
http://www.searchforancestors.com/surnames/origin/e/enos.php

http://www.searchforancestors.com/surnames/origin/e/enos.php

http://www.babynamespedia.com/meaning/Ignace
Antoine Nicolas DeJadon
    Birth December 6 1785 in Pointe-Olivier (St-Mathias) Québec, Canada
    Death abt 1875 in Ticonderoga, Essex, New York, USA

Anthony's Birth Record from the Drouin Collection

Anthony's Birth Record from the PRDH

Marie Louise Demers
AKA (Eliza Jordon)
    Birth abt 1788 in Chambly (St-Joseph) Quebec Canada
Death 1 Jun 1791 in 1654589, 1654466, Quebec, Canada

Anthony's Marriage Record

Below is proof that Eliza can be a nickname for Louise.

Search the page faster for the name Louise. 
To make the search faster Click ctrl & then hit the key letter "F"
then add the name Eliza in your search box.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cramsey/nickname.html
Louise Loretta--Etta, Lorrie, Retta Lorraine--Lorrie Louise/Louisa--Lou, Eliza, Lois Lucille--Lu, Lou, Cille, Lucy Lucinda--Cindy, Lu, Lou, Lucy Luella--Ella, Lu, Lula Lydia/Lidia--Lyddy.

This site proves this too...
http://www.genealogytoday.com/genealogy/enoch/nicknames.html
Louise Eliza, Eloise, Lois, Lou, Lulu - (m) Louis.

This site says the same thing...
http://www.tngenweb.org/franklin/frannick.htm
Eliza, Eloise, Issie, Lois, Lou, Lulu - (m) Louis. So after much research it seems very clear that Eliza is certainly Louise. It's also worth pointing out that the French often times had 4 or 5 names 2 sometimes three given names, nick names, and with dit names & surnames can be another 2 or 3 names. Louise aka Maire Louise aka (Eliza) is seen in the birth records of Mary Julie, & Louise, it is in Mary's death record states her maiden name has being Jordon, however it has her parents last name wrong, it is listed as Jarvis which is Mary's married name. It says her parents are Anthony & Elizabeth short for Eliza. Rather the full name of Eliza was somehow a mistake or not is of no great consequence, as it proves it is the same lady that was at her birth. which is listed in her birth record.

These sources clearly show how the name Eliza can be a nickname for
Louise.

As far as Louise AKA Eliza's last name it seems very clear that she dropped her last name Demers, and was Americanized by taking on her husbands surname Jordon, which helped them blend in better.
French woman kept their maiden name, as it was a custom.
Generation 9
Generation 10
Ignace DeJadon
Birth:
 October 4 1751
Pointe-de-Lévy (Lauzon) Canada
Died:
March 9 1790
Pointe-Olivier (St-Mathias)

Take note that Enos / Ignace name is of Hebrew Origin as well as the original surname.
http://www.searchforancestors.com/surnames/origin/e/enos.php

http://www.searchforancestors.com/surnames/origin/e/enos.php

http://www.babynamespedia.com/meaning/Ignace

Charles DeJadon Lacoudray Dubouchet
Birth: 1717
in St-Patrocle, La Celle, arch. Bourges, Bourbonnais (ar. Montlucon, Allier) France

Died:
July 24 1801 Age 84
L'Acadie, Quebec, Canada
Generation 11 Generation 12
Claude DeJadon Sieur DuBouchat

Born
Born on 2 July 1684
Ussel-of Allier (St-Isidore) France

Died ?


Sieur is defined as sir in old French.

An example of sieur is what you would call a gentleman in Louis XIV's court.
YourDictionary definition and usage example. Copyright © 2015 by LoveToKnow Corp

sieur
sir: archaic Fr. title of respect

http://www.yourdictionary.com/sieur




Claude JADON Sieur du Bouchat • Born July 2, 1684 - Etroussat (03) • Died • Parents of JADON Christophe Charles , Sieur du Bouchat ◦Marie of LABOULAYE Spouse (s) • Married to Anne of PEYROUX , died before 1726 ( Parents: M Antoine PEYROUX the lord of Sew & F Charlotte ANDRODIAS ) • Married before 1725 with Philiberte ROUHER , died Feb. 10, 1748 - Escurolles (03) ( Parents: M Gaspard ROUHER , Sieur de Montmian ( Estivareille ) † 1702 & F Marie VIARD ca 1643- ) (see note) Notes on unionUnion with Philiberte ROUHER : childless Sources • Family 1 , family 2: Gaia after Henri Fremont " Genealogy of Bourbonnais families " .T.IV


Source:
http://gw.geneanet.org/pierfit?lang=fr;p=claude;n=de+jadon

Charles-Christophe de Jadon Esenier Sieur DuBouchat

Birth 1656

 Death ?

His Wife:
Marie De Laboulaye

Birth

Died ?

Sieur
Sir; - a title of respect used by the French.
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Sieur

Charles Christopher JADON Sieur du Bouchat • Parents of Adrien JADON • Francoise REYNAUD Spouse (s) and child (ren ) ◦Marié with Mary LABOULAYE including H • Claude JADON , Sieur du Bouchat 1684- married Anne of PEYROUX † / 1726 Claude JADON , Sieur du Bouchat 1684- married before 1725 with Philiberte ROUHER 1748 † Fratrie◾F Alphonsus JADON 1649-1713 ◾H JADON Christophe Charles , Sieur du Bouchat ◾H JADON of François Jacques , Lord of La Garde- Barbezanges ◾F Françoise JADON 1668- Sources • Family: Gaia after Henri Fremont " Genealogy of Bourbonnais families " .T.IV Charles Christopher JADON Sieur du Bouchat • Parents of Adrien JADON • Francoise REYNAUD Spouse (s) and child (ren ) ◦Marié with Mary LABOULAYE including H • Claude JADON , Sieur du Bouchat 1684- married Anne of PEYROUX † / 1726 Claude JADON , Sieur du Bouchat 1684- married before 1725 with Philiberte ROUHER 1748 † Fratrie◾F Alphonsus JADON 1649-1713 ◾H JADON Christophe Charles , Sieur du Bouchat ◾H JADON of François Jacques , Lord of La Garde- Barbezanges ◾F Françoise JADON 1668- Sources • Family: Gaia after Henri Fremont " Genealogy of Bourbonnais families " .T.IV DetailFamily: Gaia after Henri Fremont " Genealogy of Bourbonnais families " .T.IV Web Addresshttp://gw.geneanet.org/pierfit?lang=fr;p=charles+christophe;
n=de+jadon


Source:
http://gw.geneanet.org/pierfit?lang=fr;p=charles+christophe;n=de+jadon
Generation 13 Generation 14
Adrien DeJadon

Born abt 1630 ?
? France
Died ?


Adrien JADON • Parents Jean JADON the Lord † Guard 1620 ◦Anne La BRUSH Spouse (s), child (ren), grandchildren and great-grandchildren Married to Francoise • REYNAUD (Parents: M Antoine REYNAUD, Lord of Barhellat & F Madeleine Le BEL) whose ◾F Alphonsus JADON 1649 -1713 relationship with Francois Anne (or Annet) in The ROCHEBRIANT, Sgr Clervaux Lavaud-Bonneuil, and other places Lachenaud ca 1640- / 1713 which ◾F Mary CLERVAUX ca 1680- married 6 February 1713, Gannat (03), with Francois MAGAUD ca 1670- / 1726 including: ◾F Jeanne MAGAUD 1713-1777 Jeanne-Louise ◦F MAGAUD 1714- ◦F Marie MAGAUD 1718- Anne 1720- ◦F MAGAUD Alphonsus JADON 1649-1713 married 27 August 1685, Escurolles (03), with Jean of ASTIERS, sr 1661-1709 Torrents of which Anne-Francoise ◾F of ASTIERS 1686-1755 married before March 1717 with Francois HERON 1689-1726 including: ◦F? HERON 1718- ◾F Françoise 1719- HERON ◾F Jeanne HERON 1721-1771 • F Marie 1722-1806 HERON ◦F Marie-Anne 1726- HERON ◦F Anne-Marie "Francoise" of ASTIERS ◦F Antoinette of ASTIERS ◦F Marie-Anne of ASTIERS ◾H JADON Christophe Charles, Sieur du Bouchat married with Mary of which LABOULAYE • H Claude JADON, Sieur du Bouchat 1684- married Anne of PEYROUX † / 1726 Claude JADON, Sieur du Bouchat 1684- married before 1725 with Philiberte ROUHER 1748 † ◾H JADON of François Jacques, Lord of La Garde-Barbezanges married Louise de L'HOSPITAL which ◦F Mary JADON 1681-1760 ◾F Françoise JADON 1668- married Claude BARTHOMIVAT, lord of Besse † / 1712 which ◾H BARTHOMIVAT Charles, ca 1703-1778 Knight married in 1730 with Anne of BÉGON of Larouzière 1713-1733 including: ◾H BARTHOMIVAT Hugues Claude, 1732-1789 Knight Sources • Person: Gaia after Henri Fremont "Genealogy of Bourbonnais families" .T.III • Family: Gaia (after H.de Frémont.GFB.T.3) jlm (roglo Detail Family: Gaia (after H.de Frémont.GFB.T.3) jlm (roglo


Source:
http://gw.geneanet.org/pierfit?lang=fr;p=adrien;n=de+jadon

Jean DeJadon seigneur

  Birth
De La Garde †1620

Died ?

His Wife:
Anne De La Brosse

Birth

Died ?

SEIGNEUR

1
:  a man of rank or authority; especially :  the feudal lord of a manor
2
:  a member of the landed gentry of Canada
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/seigneur


Jean JADON Lord of the Guard • Died November 2, 1620 - The Guard Artonne (63) • Parents Claude JADON, Sieur de Barbesanges (Gendarme company of the Vicomte de Turenne) • Françoise MONTCLARD Spouse (s), child (ren), grandchildren and great-grandchildren enfants◦Marié Anne La BRUSH which ◾H Adrien JADON married Francoise de REYNAUD which ◾F Alphonsus 1649-1713 JADON relationship with Francois Anne (or Annet) in The ROCHEBRIANT, Sgr Clervaux Lavaud-Bonneuil, and other places Lachenaud ca 1640- / 1713 including: ◾F Mary CLERVAUX ca 1680- Alphonsus JADON 1649-1713 married 27 August 1685, Escurolles (03), with Jean of ASTIERS, sr Torrents of 1661-1709 including: Anne-Francoise ◾F of ASTIERS 1686-1755 ◦F Anne-Marie "Francoise" of ASTIERS ◦F Antoinette of ASTIERS ◦F Marie-Anne of ASTIERS ◾H JADON Christophe Charles, Sieur du Bouchat married to Marie de LABOULAYE including: • H Claude JADON, Sieur du Bouchat 1684- ◾H JADON of François Jacques, Lord of La Garde-Barbezanges married Louise de L'HOSPITAL including: ◦F Mary JADON 1681-1760 ◾F Françoise JADON 1668- married Claude BARTHOMIVAT, lord of Besse † / 1712 including: ◾H BARTHOMIVAT Charles Knight ca 1703-1778 Sources • Family: jlm 10.2.2011 (http://www.lemarois.com/jlm and roglo)

Source:
http://gw.geneanet.org/pierfit?lang=fr;p=jean;n=de+jadon;oc=1
Generation 15 Generation 16
Claude DeJadon sieur De Barbesanges

Birth France

Died ?


Françoise de MONTCLARD

Claude JADON Barbesanges and Sieur de la Garde • Gendarme company of the Viscount of Turenne • Parents of JADON Jean , Sieur de Barbesanges (Captain of the city of Aigueperse 1540) • Marie REYNAUD Spouse (s) , child (ren) , grandchildren and great- grandchildren Married • January 14, 1567 with Françoise de MONTCLARD ( Parents: Antoine de MONTCLARD H & F Jacquette MAURAU ) (see note) with Jean ◾H of JADON , Lord of the Guard † 1620 married Anne de La bRUSH which ◾H Adrien JADON married with Francoise REYNAUD including: ◾F Alphonsus JADON 1649-1713 ◾H JADON Christophe Charles , Sieur du Bouchat ◾H JADON of François Jacques , Lord of La Garde- Barbezanges ◾F Françoise JADON 1668- Fratrie◾H Claude JADON , Sieur de Barbesanges ◾F Marguerite JADON Notes on the union Faure notary pc Sources • Family: jlm 10.2.2011 ( http://www.lemarois.com/jlm and roglo )


Source:
http://gw.geneanet.org/pierfit?lang=fr;templ=mobile;p=claude;n=de+jadon;oc=1
Jean DeJadon sieur De Barbesanges

Birth
France


Died ?

Marie de REYNAUD


Jean JADON Sieur de Barbesanges • Captain of the city of Aigueperse in 1540 • Parents Antoine de JADON, Lord of Barbesanges † 1522 / (Bourgeois de Montferrand) ◦Dyne DRULHON Spouse (s), child (ren), grandchildren and great-grandchildren Married before 1544 • Marie de Reynaud (Parents: M Jean de REYNAUD † 1540 & F Gabrielle COEFFIER) which ◾H Claude JADON, Sieur Barbesanges of married Jan. 14, 1567 with Françoise whose MONTCLARD ◾H JADON John, lord of the Guard † 1620 married Anne de La BRUSH including: ◾H Adrien JADON ◾F JADON married Margaret in 1575 with Jean (Branch of Idogne?) Of GOY, Lord of Guesle and whose Forms 1590 † ◾H Robert GOY, Lord of Guesle married in 1628 with Anne FORGET including: ◾H Charles de GOY, Lord of Guesle and Idogne ca 1630-ca 1693 Fratrie◾H JADON John, lord of Barbesanges ◾H JADON François, Lord of Beaulieu † 1575 / Sources • Family: jlm 10.2.2011 (http://www.lemarois.com/jlm and roglo)


Source:
http://gw.geneanet.org/pierfit?lang=fr;templ=mobile;p=jean;n=de+jadon;oc=1
Generation 17 Generation 18
Antoine DeJadon sieur De Barbesanges

Birth France
  †1522


Died ?


Antoine de JADON (Antoine JADON ) Lord Barbesanges and Beaulieu • Died after 1522 • Bourgeois de Montferrand • Parents Pierre JADON † / 1510 ( bourgeois Merchant of Montferrand ) ◦ ? ? Spouse (s) , child (ren) , grandchildren and great-grandchildren enfants◦Marié with Dyne DRULHON which ◾H JADON John , lord of Barbesanges married before 1544 to Marie de REYNAUD which ◾H Claude JADON , Sieur de Barbesanges married January 14, 1567 with Françoise de MONTCLARD including: ◾H JADON John , lord of the Guard in 1620 † ◾F JADON married Margaret in 1575 with Jean ( Branch of Idogne ? ) Of GOY , Lord of Guesle and Forms † 1590 including: ◾H Robert GOY , Lord of Guesle ◾H JADON François , Lord of Beaulieu † 1575 / married with Catherine CHAUDERON ◾H JADON Antoine , Lord of Beaulieu † 1649 married Anne DUMAS including: ◾H JADON Jean † 1650 Sources • Family: jlm 10.2.2011 ( roglo )

Source:
http://gw.geneanet.org/pierfit?lang=fr;p=antoine;n=de+jadon
Pierre Jadon

Birth France
†/1510





Pierre JADON • Died before 1510 • bourgeois Merchant of Montferrand Parents • Olivier JADON ( bourgeois Merchant of Montferrand ) ◦ ? ? Spouse (s) , child (ren) , grandchildren and great-grandchildren enfants◦Marié with ? ? which ◾H Antoine de JADON , Lord of Barbesanges † 1522 / married with Dyne DRULHON ◾H JADON John , lord of Barbesanges married before 1544 to Marie de REYNAUD including: ◾H Claude JADON , Sieur de Barbesanges ◾F Marguerite JADON ◾H JADON François , Lord of Beaulieu † 1575 / married Catherine CHAUDERON including: ◾H JADON Antoine , Lord of Beaulieu in 1649 † Sources • Family: jlm 10.2.2011 ( roglo )


Source:
http://gw.geneanet.org/pierfit?lang=fr;p=pierre;n=jadon
Generation 19 Generation 20
Olivier Jadon

Marchand bourgeois de Montferrand

Birth France

Died ?





Individual notes

He founded on April 3, 1470, a vicariate to the Church n.-d. de Montferrand



Olivier H JADON • bourgeois Merchant of Montferrand Parents◦ Jehan JADON † 1466 ( bourgeois Merchant of Montferrand ) ◦ ? ? Spouse (s) , child (ren) , grandchildren and great-grandchildren enfants◦Marié with ? ? which ◾H Pierre JADON † / 1510 married ? ? of which ◾H Antoine de JADON , Lord of Barbesanges † 1522 / married with Dyne DRULHON including: ◾H JADON John , lord of Barbesanges ◾H JADON François , Lord of Beaulieu † 1575 / Notes individual Note He founded April 3, 1470 a vicarship the church ND Montferrand Sources • Family: jlm 10.2.2011 ( roglo ) Tree Preview


Source:
http://gw.geneanet.org/pierfit?lang=fr;p=olivier;n=jadon
Jehan Jadon

Décédé en 1466
Marchand bourgeois de Montferrand


Birth
France


Died
1466
Individual notes

He was Deputy to the King in 1455 by the consuls of Montferrand to obtain confirmation of the privileges of the city. He died at the beginning of the year 1466 where his sons, Olivier and Michel Jadon are mentioned as being his heirs.


Jehan JADON • Died in 1466 • bourgeois Merchant of Montferrand Spouse (s) , child (ren) , grandchildren and great-grandchildren enfants◦Marié with ? ? which ◾H JADON married with Olivier ? ? of which ◾H Pierre JADON † / 1510 married ? ? of which : ◾H Antoine de JADON , Lord of Barbesanges † 1522 / Notes individual Note He was a deputy to the King in 1455 by the consuls of Montferrand to confirm the privileges of the city. He died in early 1466 years when his son Olivier and Michel Jadon are mentioned as his heirs. Sources • Family: jlm 10.2.2011 ( roglo )

Source:
http://gw.geneanet.org/pierfit?lang=fr;p=jehan;n=jadon


“Jean” is occasionally named “Jehan"
http://file.scirp.org/Html/33380.html

The name Jehan is of Hebrew Origin


Enos, Harry, and Anthony Jr. at different points in census records all claim that they were born in Vermont at 1814

Sources:
Enos claims his birth as 1814 in the 1850 Ticonderoga, Essex, New York census

Harry
claims his birth as 1814 in 1892 Horicon, Warren, New York census

Anthony Jr. claims his birth as 1814 in the 1870 Flagg, Ogle, Illinois census


Anthony Jr. and Harry at different points also claim the same birth year as being 1812
 
Sources:
Harry's Headstone claims he was born in 1812
Anthony Jr.
claims his birth as 1812 in the 1850 Schroon, Essex, New York census

Three Jordan men all claiming the same birth years at different times in their live, this is quite unique to say the least!
We now have the birth records of Enos, and Anthony Jr. so it stands to reason that Harry or possibly Henry was also born in Canada they migrated with their father Anthony to St Albans Vermont at about 1819.
We know this because we see Anthony in the 1820 Vermont Fairfield County census record. Anthony's daughter Eliza Jordan was born in 1818 with the name Louise.


These three men have always showed many different places of birth, and different years of birth.
It seems very clear that they were trying to repress their origins so that they could blend into the melting pot of America. No doubt to escape the repressive British that invaded Lower Canada, and instilled martial law.


Enos Naturalization Letter of Intent states he was born in Lower Providence of Canada which is modern day Quebec.
Anthony Jr. was born in Canada,
Harry's
(possibly Henry) daughter in one census states her father is from Canada.
Eliza / Louise was born in Canada.
Mary, the Drouin Collection, and everyone on Ancestry.com states she was born in Canada.

The early Jordon family were certainly not loyalist to the crown, and that certainly put them at odds with the British who were infiltrating Canada in that era.
Perhaps that's why we all have a little bit of rebel in us, and perhaps that's why we can't stand to see an injustice happen.
Not to mention the fact that we hate to see an out of control government!


NOTE:
Many documents contradict others documents, it seems very evident that great lengths were taken to not have any birth, death, baptisms, or marriages record where Enos was really born from.
Each record states something different, but since finding his Naturalization papers it is clear why.
It's not like the family didn't know where he was born because it was passed down orally.


My Direct Ancestors Children, and their Families:
Anthony Jordon & Louise Demers aka (Eliza Jordon)
Married in Chambly Quebec, Canada in 1806



Had 9 Children that we know of:
Enos Jordon & Eliza Alden
Married about 1842


Had 8 possibly 9 Children:

Charles Jordon & Sarah Newton
Married 1886


Had 8 Children:

Riley Jordon & Henriettia Morhouse Married?

Had 14 Children:
Arthur Jordon &
Beatrice Fish
Married 1950


Had 6 Children:


Anthony Jr. Jordon
Born 1814 in Chambly, Quebec

Most records claim Anthony Jr was born in
Vermont, however
his birth record that we found in Quebec
that has him linked with his parents,
and other siblings clearly shows that
this generation wanted to sever their ties to Canada.

His last name is recorded as "Dyadon"
Again Yadon is a Hebrew name found only once in the
Bible in Nehemiah 3:7
The letter "Y" was used
before the letter "J" came into existence.
The letter "J" later replaced the latter "Y"
For centuries the letter "J"
had the same pronunciation as the letter "Y"

We see him in the
1870, and 1880 census in Illinois


Children??

Date, and place of Death uncertain at this time.

Harry Jordon
Hitchcock Cemetery
North Brant Lake
Headstone reads Born 1812-1896
Records indicate that he may have been
born in
1814 or even 1817
Harry was married to Mary Jordon
(Maiden Name Unknown at this time)
Born 1819-1907




Children
Mary E. Jordon 1847-1924
Married Major Hill 1830-1896
Mary is buried in
Darrowsville Cemetery in Chestertown

Note:
Harry most likely started out as a nickname for Henry,
English speaking people often have a hard time
understanding French speaking people.
However this name
Harry seems to be used has his real name.

http://babynamesworld.parentsconnect.com/
meaning_of_Harry.html?cid=YSSP




Catharine Jordan

Not sure which one is Cathrine.
One is most likely a sister because they look allot alike


Catharine Jordan Born in Fairfield, Vermont in 1826
She died in Ticonderoga, New York on November 5th 1901
She was Married to Godfrey Barnum from Canada. They met in
Ticonderoga, New York after moving from
Fairfield, Vermont.
In 1850 they had three kids named
Mary 5 years old,
Julia 3 years old,
Godfrey 1 year old, They lived in Hague in the 1850 Census.

She is buried at the St. Mary's Cemetery in
Ticonderoga, New York.

Her husband, and kids are buried at Valley View Cemetery in Ticonderoga,
New York. 

Cathrine's Obituary
Clip taken from the online Ticonderoga Sentinel.

David Jordon 1829 or 1831
Died at Waterford, New York
June 22nd 1905
Married Amelia
(maiden name unknown at this time)

Mrs. David Jordon died in Waterford, New York in 1898


Eliza Jordan
Birth 1818 in St. Albans, Vermont
Death October 18 1891 in Hague, Warren County.
73 years old Buried in Chilson Community Cemetery,
Ticonderoga, New York Essex County.
Eliza Married
Oliver Garfield Died February 19 1887 76 years old.


Eliza's Obituary

Children
Elizabeth
Garfield
Henry Garfield
John Garfield

Mary Jordan

(Child unknown at the time) Moses left, and Mary Right



 
On 6-15-11 my wife & I visited our local
Ticonderoga town hall
to see if we could obtain more info on
Mary's death certificate.
Much to our surprise it's riddled with errors.
For one thing it said
she was single, her headstone proves she was
still married to Moses Wells, and her obituary proves this also.
The second thing is, it states her maiden name was Jordon,
but had has her parents are listed as Anthony & Elizabeth Jarvis.
Which is clearly Anthony & Eliza Jordon!
Because no where in any records from NY, VT, to Canada
do we see a Anthony Jarvis nor do
we see a Eliza Jarvis, and certainly no couple with that name.
Furthermore her maiden name proves that
her parents surnames were indeed Jordon
Her death certificate, and should have read
Anthony & Elizabeth Jordon.


Mary Jordon born 1817-1896

Mary Jordon Married
Moses Gervais (Wells) dit Rivard
who was born
February 20 1814 in St-Pierre
Sorel, Quebec Canada.
He was naturalized in 1827

  Both Mary & Moses are buried
on the Vineyard Cemetery,
its an old Catholic cemetery.
It is believed that those who are
buried there were not baptized.
After much study I came to the conclusion
that they were all baptized,
just not in America which means they had no
witnesses to prove that they were.
As all that are buried there seems to be of
Catholic faith, and came from other Countries.
This is where we believe Anthony is buried, and
possibly his wife Louise aka  Eliza

Mary's Obituary

Sarah Jordan (Cryier)


Josiah Jordan
Born about 1826

Right now this is all we have on Josiah:


Josiah Jordan....24.... Male....White....Farmer....Born in New York in 1826

Philansa Jordan....22 yrs old....Female....White....Born in New York in 1828

Henriette Jordan....2 years old....Female....White....New York in 1848

This is taken from the 1850 census records.
There are no records of any Jordon's in the area of Hague, NY
or Ticonderoga, NY in 1826 which stands to reason he was
probably Anthony Sr. son, and he hasn't shown up any any
records before this period or since...as of yes anyway.

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nywarren/census/1850/hague/page1.htm

NOTE:

 It would seem very likely that
Anthony would have more kids given the
duration between Birth years of his known children,
It seems likely that
Anthony may have had more girls who got
Married, and the names lost in time.
This makes it extremely difficult to find them
because of last name change.
This era is before good record keeping began.
This compacts the problem of
finding more details, and other relatives.

Henry S. Jordon
Born 1843-

Henry was Married three times

First wife,
Drusilla Hill
Marriage about 1870
Drusilla Born about 1853
She and their 6 hour old son died 4/25/1876


2nd wife,
Henry Jordan, age 33 2nd marriage was
to Retta Howard (White) on July 10 1876 at Wallingford, VT.
She was the daughter of Calvin and Mary Richardson White.
Henry was born in Ticonderoga of Enos and Eliza Jordon
(documents state Amos Jordan and Eliza Jordan)

Alfred G. Chick Minister at Wallingford


3rd wife
Colchester, Winooski Vermont,
Marriage of Henry
Jordan,
son of Enos
Jordan, and Eliza Alden, on Jan 1 1884 to Phebe Travasee, Born 1855 from Potsdam, New York, Age 29 years Witness: Alex Travasee, Married in Winooski, Vermont.
(Marriage of Phila Travasee age 29 1st marr. to Henry Jordan on 1 Jan 1884 in Colchester, VT She was born in Pottsdam, NY of Alex Travasee
Rev H W Wright Colchester)
(Marriage of Henry Jordan age 39 2nd marr. to Phila Travasee on 1 Jan 1884 in Colchester, VT. He was born in Ticonderoga, NY of H. Enos and Eliza Alden.)

3rd Marriage certificate

Note:
Henry's Marriage Certificate
states that Enos was from Ticonderoga, New York.
Which is incorrect!


Walter R. Jordon
Born 1845-1915
1847- Died: 6/20/1915
Married: 1873 to Mary Ann Moriore she was Born: 1855- Died: 12/25/1946
Note:
They are both buried at Valley View / South Ticonderoga
Cemetery in Ticonderoga, New York


Also Note:
his death certificate says Enos was born in Schroon Lake, and his Mother Eliza was born in Keeseville.
This of course is incorrect!


Amos E. Jordon
Born 1849-1923
Died in Troy / Albany?
New York February 13th 1923
Buried
with no headstone in St. Mary's Cemetery Ticonderoga,
New York.
Died at the age of 81
Married Amelia McCarthy 1853- September 14 1922
Amelia is buried at
St. Mary's Cemetery.

John E. Jordon Born 1851-


Winfield L. Jordon Born 1854-
wife
Ella born 1858
(maiden name unknown at this time)
Married about 1875

Charles Augustus Jordon
Born June 4th 1858-1948

March 20th
Buried in the old Hague cemetery in Hague, New York March 22nd 1948
Charles is buried with no headstone
about 100 feet directly below his son Riley in the open space. His other son's and wife should be buried next to him.
Note:
Charles death certificate says that Enos's place of birth cannot be learned.
This is incorrect!
It also has no info about his mother.


Laura Jordon
Born 1862-
or 1864-?

Edward Jordon
Born January 27 1851
He died November 21 1900 in
Bolton Landing, New York, and is buried in Bolton Cemetery which is on Route 9N his age of death was 49 years of age, and he died of heart disease
Edward Married Mellie M 1881
Parents are Enos & Eliza Jordan
He was a Farmer, and Labour.

Eanas Jordon 1841-?
(Possible Child of Enos)
maybe
even
Anthony Jr Jordan from Schroon Lake

In the 1850 Census we see him living with Anthony Jordan from Ticonderoga at the age of 9 years old.
Note:
We don't know anything else about this child. We are not even sure if this is Enos's son.
He might even be Anthony's son which is doubtful giving Eliza is passed the age of child bearing by this point of time.


Dora A. Jordon
Born June 1888-
November 14 1943
Married
William Hayford


Alice Jordon
(Married Name
Frasier) Born
1889-1971

Mary A. Jordon
Born in August 1889-

Alice and Mary possibly twins

Alice (Mary)
Born: 8/31/1889- Died: 7/23/1972
Married:
Lee Frasier
Note:
We don't know anything about him. However
they are both buried at the Hague Cemetery, Hague, NY


Bryon L. Jordon
August ? 1891- died 1935


He is buried at the
Hague Cemetery, Hague, NY with no headstone

Riley Jordon
Born: October 15/1895- Died: January 18 1984
Married: 12/20- 23/1920 to
He is buried at the Hague Cemetery
at the top right facing Graphite Mountain

Riley Married
Henrietta Morehouse she was Born: 12/23/1906- Died: 9/19/1974
Henrietta died in Bullard Texas Bullard, Cherokee Co. Texas


Joseph M. Jordon
July 1896-1933

James H. Jordon Born June 13th 1898-1960


Willard Jordon Born April 14 1906-07?-Died
June 1980-
Bolton Landing,
New York

(Willard and Wilbur were twins)
Wilber Jordon Born 1907-1975
(Willard and Wilbur were twins)
The historical records prove this, and so does Slim


Raymond Jordon
(No other info at this time)


Ernest Riley Jordon
Born
August 29th 1922-2007
August 15th

Curtis Leonard Jordon
Born May 14th 1924-1993

Regina May Jordon
March 5th 1926-

(unknown Date of Death)

Sarah Isabelle Jordon
December 29th 1927-
May 14th 1993

Arthur Jordon Born
August 9th 1929 -
April 17th 2013
Charles Leonard Jordon
Born February 25th 1933-May 26th 2015

Merlin Elijah Jordon
aka (Slim)
Born
March 21st 1935-
Still Alive

Donald Burnie Jordon
Born
September 25th 1936-January 24th 2001

Ruth Elizabeth Jordon
Born
September 17th 1931-

(Date of Death Unknown)

Joyce Marie Jordon
Born
February28th 1938-
Still Alive

Robert John Jordon
Born
September 12th 1939- November 24th 1984


Calvin Arnold Jordon
Born April 27th 1942-

August 5-2011

Audrey Ann Jordon
Born January 7th 1944
(unknown Date of Death)

Alan Joseph Jordon
Born
September 11th 1945-46?-
Still Alive



Bruce Jordon 1/16/05

Baby girl who died at birth
(Name Date of Birth Unknown at this time)

Bryan Al Jordon November 2nd 1957

Barry Jordon

Jay & Joel Jordon /
(twins)
September 1966

Grandchildren of Anthony
Grandchildren of Enos
Grandchildren of Charles
Grandchildren of Riley
Grandchildren of Arthur
David's Children
David's Wife Almira
(Maiden Name unknown at this time)
Born 1839 or 1831
Date of Death unknown at this time.

David & Almira' s Children

Charles H. Jordon Born
1857-


Katy Jordon Born
1863-

Children
Jordon
Elmer E. son of
David * Al. Jordin died Jan. 4, 1865 Ae 4 yrs
Streetroad Cemetery


William Jordon
1865-

Lali Jordon Born
1866-

Ida Jordon
Born 1868-

Stella Jordon
Born 1872-

Bissie Jordon
Born 1881


Martin B. Jordan
Born
Died in Ticonderoga 8/30/1883
Died of drowning
Census record reads
Jourdon of 1875
Walter's Children
Walter R. Jordon
Married Mary A.
(Maiden Name unknown at this time)
Born 1855-1946
Buried at Valley View in Ticonderoga, NY

Walter & Mary
Had 4 Children


1.) Rodney W.
Born: 1874-  Died: 5/24/1883
Died 9 years old
Note: He is Buried at Valley View / South Ticonderoga Cemetery, Ticonderoga, NY
with his father and mother


2.) Freddee W.

Born: 1877- Died: 10/11/1953
Married: 6/1/1929 to
Katherine (Kathleen)  Bruch she was Born: 1903-
Note:Fred is Buried in
Valley View / South Ticonderoga Cemetery, Ticonderoga, NY next to his father and mother
We don't know were Katherine is Buried at this time


3.) Annie L.

Born: 1878-  Died: 9/3/1880
Note: She is Buried in Valley View / South Ticonderoga Cemetery, Ticonderoga, NY next to his father and mother

4.) Mary E.
Born: 1880-
Married:  to
 ? McClaughlin
Note: This is all we know abut her and family

5.) Mina B. (Catharine)
Born: 12/15/1885-  Died: 1/  /1977
Married: 1901 to

George B. Morehouse he was Born: 1872- Died: 11/  /1956
Note: They are both Buried in
Valley View / South Ticonderoga Cemetery, Ticonderoga, NY next to her father and mother

6.)  Daughter (?)
Born:
Married: to
A. Smith he was Born:
Note: living in Ticonderoga died after 1915

7.) Daughter (?)
Born:
Marred: to
F. Winchel he was Born:
Note: living in Putnam died after 1915

Rodney W. Jordon Born 1874-1883 May 25th
Buried at Valley View in Ticonderoga, NY
Obituary says he is buried at Mount Hope, but there is a Headstone for him at Valley View.

Fred W. Jordon Born 1877-1953 October 11th
Buried at Valley View in Ticonderoga, NY
Married 6-1-1926 Kathrine Bruch

Annie L. Jordon
Born
1878-1880 September 3rd
Buried at Valley View in Ticonderoga, NY

George Morhouse
(No further info at this time)

Amos's Children


Amos E. Jordon Married
Amelia McCarthy

They had 6 kids

James E. Jordon Born 1875-
Died 12-24-1924
Wife Ida Newton Born 1880-1935

Amos Jr. Jordon
We figure he was Born in 1878
due to his age at the year of his death.
Died March 1st 1895 in Shureham, Vermont.
He was 17 years old.
He froze to death in the snow.

Source:
Ticonderoga Sentinel Newspaper
Thursday MARCH 14,1895



Mary E. Jordon
Born
1878-1898
December 12th

Elmira Jordon

Mable W. Jordon
(Married Name Landers)
Died November 22nd 1938

Martin Jordon
Born
1889-1918
October 16th

John Hubert Jordon
Born
August 15th 1895
Died 1964

Myra Jordon

Raymond Jordon




Raymond-Jordon
Born October 6 1892
Died December 1977

Whinfeld's Children
Winfield L. Jordon Married
Ella (Maiden name unknown at this time)

They had 3 Children

Anna Jordon Born 1878-

Katie Jordon Born 1880-

Harry Jordon Born 1884

Edward's Children

Henry's Children
First wife,
Drusilla Hill


Mary E. Born 1871
Charles H. Born 1874
Drusilla and their 6 hour old son died 4/25/1876

Third wife
Phebe Travasee & their kids
one child unknown at this time

Baby Boy
Born: 4/25/1876- Died: 6 hours after birth

Note:
The mother of these kids are
Drusilla Hill (Wife # 1),
we don't know where the baby boy is Buried
Note: we don't know if Henry had any other kids with his other two wife's


Charles Augustus's Children

His kids are at the top right of the next column.
Willard's Children
Alice Fillioe she was
Born in 1914-

They had 4 Children

Rollin Jordon Born 1934-

Willard's Grandchildren

Rollin was Married to Lucille
Frasier Anderson

Rollin & Lucille had 2 kids

Chryl Jordon

Cindy Jordon


Richard W. Jordon

Rita Jordon Born 1930
She Married Walter Waters

John Reginald Jordon
Born
1941

James H. Jordon
Married Katherine
(Crossman) Jordan Slater

They had 2 kids

Edward Jordon
December 12, 1944
Died January 9, 2012
http://www.denpubs.com/obituaries/2012/
jan/18/edward-jordan/

Henry Jordon


William Hayford Dora Jordon had 4 kids

Floyd
Florence
Harold R.
Vernon

John Joseph Jordon
November 16th 1946-
February 5 2011
Parents are Sarah Jordon, (Pa's daughter)
Father is
unknown
Bruce's Children
Bruce Jordon Married Cathy
(Madien Name unknown at this time) They had

2 girls name Kristy Jordon & Vicky Jordon


Great-Grandchildren of Arthur
Kristy Married Kevin Kelly, and they had two girls named
Alissa Kelly & Ashlee Kelly

Vicky had two girls
(Names & Dates of Birth Unknown at this time)
Great-Grandchildren of Arthur

Bryan's Children

Bryan Jordon Married Marie Watts
(Date Unknown at this time)

They had two kids
Chad Bryan Jordon Born August 19th 1977
Brandi Marie Jordon Born April 18th 1982


Barry
had one girl by Gena Boyce named
Britney Alissa Jordon.
Barry also had more kids from Elizabeth Lapoint
(Still gathering data on their kids, DOB's are unknown at this time)

Jay had two kids by Melinda
Joseph Jordon & Necole Jordon


Joel has one girl named
Courtney
Dunkley Born
April 4, 1986

mother is Pam Dunkley.

One boy Jacob Jon Jordon
who died at Birth 2000
Mother Babbette Trudeau.


Great Grandchildren of Anthony Great Grandchildren of
Enos
Great Grandchildren of
Charles
Great Grandchildren of
Riley
Great Grandchildren of
Arthur




Arthur's Grand Children

Bruce had 2 Daughter's
Kristy Jordon & Vicky Jordon

Bryan had 2 Children
Chad Bryan Jordon
Brandi Marie Jordon
Arthur Jordon's Grandson
Chad Bryan Jordon Married
Roxann Robin Drake from Crown Point, New York
They were Married in Hague on February 7th 1998

They had two kids
Great-Grandchildren of Arthur
Bryan's Grandchildren


Keeley-Rose Jordon Born October 6th 1998
Amadeus Chad Jordon Born on March 25th 2004
Both kids were Born in the Glens Falls Hospital.


Jordon's Who Are buried in Alexandria Cemetery in Ticonderoga without a Headstone


Amos

Jordon
Born: 1849

Died: February 13, 1923
Father: Enos Jordon

Mother: Elize Alden
Note: He died in Troy N.Y




Amelia

McCarthy
Born: 1858

Died: September 14, 1922
Father:

Mother:
Note: She is the wife of Amos Jordon




Amos

Jordon Jr.
Born: 1878

Died: March 1, 1895
Father: Amos Jordon

Mother: Amelia McCarthy
Note: He died in Shoreham VT.

Note: Froze to death in the snow


Mary

Jordon
Born: 1879

Died: December 10,1898
Father: Amos Jordon

Mother: Amelia McCarthy
Note: She died in Odgensburg, N.Y at a hospital.




Mabel

Lenders
Born: 1900

Died Nov. 22, 1938
Father:

Mother:
Note: She's the wife of John Jordon
Note: John H. is the son of  Amos Jordon


Church Records for the Church of St. Peter & St. Paul Ticonderoga N.Y 1868- 1871


Bapt. June 4, 1871 Mary Jane Jorda. Born July 23, 1870
Parents: Edward Jordan & Mary O'Connell


Interesting Notes of Comment About Family

Notes About Charles Jordon
My Grandfather Arthur Jordon, and Inza Jordon, and Kate Hunter  (a friend of the family) all tell us that Charles Augustus Jordon could dance, play the fiddle, and the mouth organ (Harmonica) like no one else.
All say that he was a very talented musician.
  The 1880 census says that Charles was a Boatman, the rest of the census records state he was a laborer.
His death certificate also states he was a Day Laborer.



Special Thanks, and Credit

To the Heavenly Father Yahweh!!!

Special Thanks to my Wife, who helped me over the years pull all of this together in order of sequence.
Special Thanks to Wilma Ryan Hayford for all her long hard work going over census records from Albany Records of Vital Statistics & Ticonderoga Town Clerk's office,

  Hancock House.
Special Thanks to Inza Jordon for passing down the oral heritage to my wife, and myself (Chad & Roxann Jordon) as well as some exciting stories too.

Thanks to:
  Our Local sources Town Clerk of Hague, NY, and the Hague Historical Society.
Ticonderoga, NY Town Clerk, and the Ticonderoga, Historical Society
John Hancock House of Ticonderoga, NY
St. Mary's Catholic Church in Ticonderoga, NY
Ticonderoga Sentinel Newspaper

Vermont Sources:
Fairfield, Vermont Town Clerk
Fairfield, Vermont, Historical Society

Vermont French-Canadian Genealogical Society
http://www.vt-fcgs.org/

NORTHERN NEW YORK AMERICAN CANADIAN GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
http://www.nnyacgs.com/

Records From Canada
The "PRDH"
Le Programme de recherche en démographie historique
(The Research Program in Historical Demography)

http://www.genealogie.umontreal.ca/en/LesPionniers.htm#Et%20votre%20ancêtre?

Ancestry.com
Rootsweb

Family Search
http://www.familysearch.org/

Anthony Jordan can be found here at the link below.
http://news2.nnyln.net/essex-county-republican/search.html



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Old Painting of Fort Ticonderoga, New York on the left, and on the right side, Mount Independence in
Vermont.

Jordon Family Pedigree