Transcription for the Old Jordan Cemetery was recorded by Mr. Walter Jordan and son Lee Jordan, and is available in Burials, Volume I, published by the Williamson County Historical Society, 1973. Also available from that organization are two additional volumes, including corrections and addenda.
The cemetery is on private property southeast of Triune, TN. It dates from the 1832 burial of Elizabeth Walker Jordan, wife of Archer Jordan.
William Jordan, a Revolutionary War soldier, and wife Sally Wood moved with their famiily from Virginia to what is now Triune, Williamson County, TN, and settled on part of the land grant of Major John Nelson. After William's death in 1822, son Archer Jordan bought the Jordan home place at the estate sale. William Jordan's brick house burned in the 1830's, and descendants Newton and Mary Jordan built a new one about 1840. The cemetery is located to the west of that house.
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