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Benjamin Ross JORDAN

JORDAN

ROSS JORDAN
1888 - 1974
ROSS
1888 - 1974
ONETA
1895 - 1984

Benjamin Ross JORDAN was born on 26 Nov 1888 in Angelina County, Texas to William Payton JORDAN and Nancy Elizabeth WILLIAMS Jordan.

At the time of the 1900 US Census of Angelina County, Texas, "Ross B. Jordan" was living with his parents and four younger brothers.

Benjamin Ross JORDAN married Daisy Oneta RED.

On 5 Jun 1917 in Lufkin, Angelina County, Texas, "Benjamin Ross JORDAN" signed his World War I Draft Registration Card stating that he was born in the United States on 26 Nov 1887 and that he lived in Wells, Texas. He was a farmer near Pollok, Texas. He had a wife and three children. He was short and slender with blue eyes and sandy hair.
 

At the time of the 1920 US Census of Angelina County, Texas, "Ross JORDAN" was living with his wife and their three children.

At the time of the 1930 US Census of Angelina County, Texas, "B. R. JORDAN" was living with his wife and three of their children.

Benjamin Ross JORDAN died on 29 Jul 1974 in Lufkin, Angelina County, Texas and was buried on 30 Jul 1974 in the Bodan Cemetery, Pollok, Angelina County, Texas.

Sources:

Department of State Health Services, Vital Statistics Unit, Texas Death Records, Angelina County, Texas; "Jordan Benjamin R; 07-29-1974; ANGELINA; M; Married."
 

United States Government, Social Security Death Index Records; "BENJAMIN JORDAN; 26 Nov 1888; Jul 1974; 75901 (Lufkin, Angelina, TX); (none specified); 463-01-9098; Texas."

Texas Cemetery Records, Angelina County, Texas; "Bodan Cemetery, Angelina County, Texas; Jordan, Ross; 1888; 1974."

Tombstone Record, Bodan Cemetery, Pollok, Angelina County, Texas; "Jordan, Benjamin Ross born 11-26-1888 died 07-29-1974 (husband of Daisy Oneta)."

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