|Birth: ||Jun. 13, 1845|
|Death: ||Mar. 11, 1919|
Information provided by Amanda Fox #47429422
(Published in History of Idaho: The Gem of the Mountains Vol. 3 by James H.Hawley 1920 in biography about their son Fred W. Jordan)
...Michael and Helen (White) Jordan, the former a native of the Empire state and the latter of Pennsylvania. They were married in Pennsylvania and for a time were residents of that state, after which they removed to New York, living in Chemung county. Subsequently they took up their abode at Vinton, Benton county, Iowa, where they resided for two years, and then went to Kansas, establishing their home in Wellington, Sumner county, where they remained for two and a half years. On the expiration of that period, or in 1879, they came to Idaho and the parents spent their remaining days in or near Boise. However, Mr. Jordan owned ranch interests elsewhere in Idaho. He passed away in Boise in 1916, while his wife survived until 1919 and was laid to rest by his side in the Morris Hill cemetery. They are survived by two sons: Fred W., whose name introduces this review; and Archie Jordan, who is now a mining man of Montana.
Michael Jordan (1831 - 1916)*
Fred W Jordan (1864 - 1936)*
Morris Hill Cemetery
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