This story of William Enoch Jordan, Sr. who migrated from North Carolina to Heard County, GA and finally to Covington County, AL.
This is the current version of my query about William Enoch Jordan that I am posting on message boards.
This is the outline family tree for William Enoch Jordan, Sr. who migrated from North Carolina to Heard County, GA and finally to Covington County, AL.
This project is using DNA to connect Jordan families and determine their ethnic origin. Join this project to help us find which Jordan lines connect with a common ancestor.
Southeastern Covington County and the families who migrated to that area in 1850-1860 including Enoch Jordan.
These log cabins were built in southeastern Covington County, AL by William Enoch Jordan and his neighbors around 1855..
This is an article about the roads and paths the Jordan family and other traveled to get to South Alabama from NC and Georgia in period1820-1830.
This series of state/county maps shows the migration path taken by several related Jordan familes, including William Enoch Jordan.
These Jordans were the ancestors of the Jordan families who migrated to Alabama and points south and west.
This is all I know about the Jordans who were in GA in 1820.
This is a list of the web sites I have used to find information about JORDAN families that migrated south from VA. You will have to browse some of them to find the Jordan sections.
This is the outline family tree for Robert Jordaine. whose descendants migrated from Dorsetshire, England to Virginia in 1609. Many of the Jordans in the souteastern USA are descendants of this family.
This shows the area near Clear Creek in which William Enoch Jordan and his descendants settled in Covington County, AL.
This shows the grave sites where some of William Enoch Jordan's descendants are buried. All of the Jordans shown are his descendants.
This shows the roads William Enoch Jordan's descendants used when they first arrived in Alabama in the 1840s.
Did you know that the Yellow River had another name before the 1800s?