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  • 1. James Francis Jordan (1824 - 1900) & Sarah Cannon (1820 - 1890)
  • 2. James Francis Jordan (1824 - 1900) Birth: Feb. 7, 1824, Gosport, Hampshire, England Death: Aug., 1900, Tooele County, Utah, USA Burial: Clover Cemetery Rush Valley, Tooele Co., Utah MARRIED: 1846 Hampshire, England Sarah Cannon Jordan (1820 - 1890) Birth: Oct. 15, 1820,Gosport, Hampshire, England Death: May 4, 1890, Saint John, Tooele Co., Utah Burial: Clover Cemetery , Rush Valley, Tooele Co., Utah CHILDREN 1 Leonard James Jordan 1849-1919 Born: Gosport, Hampshire, England 2 Mary Jane Jordan Tanner 1851-1921 Born: Gosport, Hampshire, England 3 Fanny Jordan Rigby 1852-1932 Born: Gosport, Hampshire, England 4 Heber Siddons Jordan 1855-1855 Born Aboard Ship Siddons 5 Ann Jordan McIntosh 1856-1920 Born: Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah 6 Emily Jordan 1859-1859 Born: Saint John, Tooele, Utah 7 Emaline Jordan 1859-Deceased Born: Saint John, Tooele, Utah 8 Joseph Clark Jordan 1863-1939 Born: Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah James Francis and Sarah Cannon Jordan James Francis Jordan was born in Gosport, England February 7, 1824 to James and Mary Long Jordan. Sarah Cannon was born October 15, 1823 in Gosport, England to Edward and Mary Cannon. James and Sarah were married April 30, 1846 in England. They came to America in the spring of 1855. Liverpool to Philadelphia on the Siddons (27 Feb 1855 - 20 Apr 1855) Ship Name Siddons: Departure 27 Feb 1855 from Liverpool / Arrival 20 Apr 1855 at Philadelphia ACCOUNT OF VOYAGE AND PASSENGER LIST http://mormonmigration.lib.byu.edu/Search/showDetails/db:MM_MII/t:voyage/id:333/keywords:1855 On board ship Sarah delivered a son named him Heber Siddons Jordan. Three days after they landed at Philadelphia young Heber passed away. The family made their way to Mormon Grove, Kansas and departed 13 June 1855 and arrived at Salt Lake City, Utah 7 September 1855 PIONEER SEARCH http://history.lds.org/overlandtravels/pioneerDetail?lang=eng&pioneerId=16295 James Francis Jordan Jacob F. Secrist/Noah T. Guymon Company (1855) Pioneer Search: Noah T. Guymon Company 368 individuals and 58 wagons were in the company when it began its journey from the outfitting post at Mormon Grove, Kansas (Near Atchison). Jacob F. Secrist died on July 2 and Noah T. Guymon became captain of the company. Departure 13 June 1855 Mormon Grove, Kansas. Arrival 7 September 1855 Salt Lake City, Utah
  • 3. After arrival the moved to Clover/Rush Valley and were among the first settlers in the valley and are mentioned in several incidents in Rush Valley's history. The History of Rush Valley by Lacey Russell Burrows, Pg 55 “In the spring of 1857 Luke Johnson the President of the Branch and Agent of the Grantees (for water rights), invited two more men to come in as settlers; they were James Jordan and Robert Miller and they came in for equal shares with eleven original settlers. […] James Jordan, having sold eight acres of his first claim to John McIntosh, was permitted by the agent of the Grantees, Griffith Davis, one of the original settlers, desiring to emigrate his family, sold his original claim and was again admitted by Agent Johnson, and thus he claimed another ten acre share.” It is believed that Sarah gave birth to the first set of twins in Rush Valley, Emily and Emaline Jordan; Emily died as an infant, although this is information is not confirmed. James and Sarah moved to Centre before the Ajax store was there, and later moved back to Clover and built a nice house which now stands. His family all married people from around there. They were the first and only ones to have black English currants, the first and only ones for many years to have lilacs. Centre Settled 1863, it was called Centre because it was midway between St. John and Vernon (about eight miles south of Rush Valley); later known as Ajax for William Ajax, who operated a store there. Centre was first settled by James F. Jordan and Edward B. Meredith in 1868. Other families soon followed and at one time there were nine or ten families at Center. Some of these, however, soon moved away because of the drought. A branch organization was effected at an early day with James F. Jordan as the presiding Elder. As far as we can ascertain, this branch was organized in the spring of 1870. Most the families moved away and the branch was dissolved into the St John Ward. In 1900, there were about three families residing at Centre. Sarah's mother, Mary Orpwood Cannon Decker, also came to Utah. She was the widow of Isaac Decker. Very little information is known concerning her except she died in 1884, and buried in Clover. James loved horses and always had a fine team. Sarah died May 4, 1890. James then remarried a woman by the name of Ellen Saline Chalk May 7,1891 in Clover. They had one daughter, Sarah E. Jordan, born February 8, 1892, although she lived only 2 days. James and Ellen remained in Clover until his death, August 1900. James Jordan was one of the most colorful and quoted over men in the Clover Community, even after his death. James & Sarah are buried in the Clover Cemetery
  • 4. James Francis Jordan http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=22220377 James Francis Jordan was a cooper by trade. Married Sarah Cannon 30 Apr 1846 and Set Sail from Liverpool, England on the Ship Siddons Bound for America. Monday 5 March 1855 [27 Feb. 1855} While working at the mill his arm mangled in the machinery. After his arm healed sufficiently it was fitted with a hook which he wore the rest of his life. After the accident he decided there were better opportunities in other fields. He moved to Clover Creek, Tooele, Utah. While there he was made Bishop of that Ward. James loved horses and always had a fine team. Sarah died 1890 and 1891 James married Ellen Boughton of Clover Creek she came from Gosport, Hampshire, England. Ellen was younger than James but she was very kind to him. James passed away in Clover Creek in 1900 and buried in Clover Creek cemetery Sarah Cannon Jordan (1820 - 1890) . http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=10848823 ------------------------------------------------------------- Elen Selena Chalk Boughton Birth Abt 1828, of Gosport, Hampshire, England Death Deceased MARRIED: About 1849 CHILDREN Ellen Selena Boughton 1883-1925 Harriet Boughtman 1884-1885 Hannah Elizabeth Boughtman 1885-1887 Sarah E Jordan 1892-1892
  • 5. Siddons (27 Feb 1855 - 20 Apr 1855) ACCOUNT OF VOYAGE AND PASSENGER LIST http://mormonmigration.lib.byu.edu/Search/showDetails/db:MM_MII/t:voyage/id:333/keywords:1855 Listed under the name GORDON vs JORDON Liverpool to Philadelphia on the Siddons (27 Feb 1855 - 20 Apr 1855) Ship Name Siddons Departure 27 Feb 1855 from Liverpool Arrival 20 Apr 1855 at Philadelphia PASSENGER LIST • n, James FrancisGordo , Gordon, Sariah, Gordon, Lenora, Gordon, Mary Jane, • n, FannyGordo PASSENGER LIST Last Name GORDON First Name James Francis Age 21 (31) Origin Gosport - Occupation Cooper Last Name GORDON First Name Sariah Age 32 Origin Gosport - Occupation Wife Last Name GORDON First Name Lenora Age 5 Origin Gosport Last Name GORDON First Name Mary Jane Age 4 Origin Gosport Last Name GORDON First Name Fanny Age 2 Origin Gosport Liverpool to Philadelphia on the Siddons (27 Feb 1855 - 20 Apr 1855) General Voyage Notes EIGHTY-FOURTH COMPANY. -- Siddons, 430 souls. February 27th, 1855, the ship, Siddons, Captain Taylor, sailed from Liverpool, England, for Philadelphia, having on board four hundred and thirty Saints, of whom one hundred and ninety-seven intended going through to the Valley that season, ninety-seven being P. [Perpetual] E. [Emigration] Fund emigrants. The company was placed under the presidency of Elder John S. Fullmer, assisted by Isaac Allred and James Pace. With the exception of the few Germans who sailed in the Isaac Jeans, this was the first shipload of Saints which was sent out by the presidency at Liverpool, via Philadelphia. The names of all the passengers were published in the Deseret News of June 20th, 1855. After a safe voyage the company arrived in Philadelphia, on the twentieth of April, and from that city the emigrants traveled by rail to Pittsburg, where arrangements were made for their transportation by steamboat down the Ohio and Mississippi rivers to St. Louis, Missouri. The river passage coast three dollars for each adult passenger, children half-price; thirty-five cents was paid for every one hundred pounds of extra luggage. The company arrived in St. Louis May 7th, after a pleasant passage. An infant which was born on board the Siddons died on the river journey. On the day of arrival in St. Louis, most of the luggage belonging to the company was reshipped on the Polar Star, and on the eighth, one hundred and fifty of the company embarked on that steamer for Atchison, under the presidency of Elders Parson and Ferguson. On Thursday, June 21st, 1855, John S. Fullmer left St. Louis with another company, on board the steamer F. X. Aubry. (Millennial
  • 6. Star, Vol. XVII, pp.171, 201, 378, 458, 490; Desert News of June 20th and August 8th, 1855.)" Cont., 13:12 (Oct. 1892), p.545-46 ========================================================== PIONEER SEARCH http://history.lds.org/overlandtravels/pioneerDetail?lang=eng&pioneerId=16295 James Francis Jordan Jacob F. Secrist/Noah T. Guymon Company (1855) Pioneer Search: Noah T. Guymon Company 368 individuals and 58 wagons were in the company when it began its journey from the outfitting post at Mormon Grove, Kansas (Near Atchison). Jacob F. Secrist died on July 2 and Noah T. Guymon became captain of the company. Departure 13 June 1855 Mormon Grove, Kansas Arrival 7 September 1855 Salt Lake City, Utah NAME AGE BIRTHDATE Jordan, James Francis 31 7 Feb. 1824 Jordan, Sarah 31 15 Oct. 1823 Jordan, Leonard James 6 12 Aug .1849 Jordan, Mary Jane 4 8 Jan. 1851 Jordan, Fanny 2 8 Oct. 1852