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  1. Sarah Jordan: Birth: 8 NOV 1636 in Ipswich, Essex, MA U. S. A..

  2. Hannah Jordan: Birth: 14 MAR 1637/8 in Ipswich, Essex, MA U. S. A..

  3. Mary Jordan: Birth: 7 APR 1639 in Ipswich, Essex, MA U. S. A.. Death: AUG 1639

  4. Mary Jordan: Birth: 16 MAY 1641 in Ipswich, Essex, MA U. S. A.. Death: BEF FEB 1712/3 in Essex County, MA U. S. A.

  5. Lydia Jordan: Birth: 14 FEB 1643/4 in Ipswich, Essex, MA U. S. A..

  6. Deborah Jordan: Birth: 4 DEC 1646 in Ipswich, Essex, MA U. S. A..


Sources
1. Title:   <b>GREAT MIGRATION BEGINS and GREAT MIGRATION Project </b>Robert Charles Anderson, <i>The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633 </i>[database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original data: Robert Charles Anderson. <i>The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633, vols. 1-3.</i> (Boston, MA: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995)
2. Title:   <b>History of the Kimball Family in America from 1634 to 1897 </b>Leonard Allison Morrison, A. M. and Stephen Paschall Sharples, S. B., <i>History of the Kimball Family in America from 1634 to 1897 and of its Ancestors The Kemballs or Kemboldes of England with an Account of the Kembles of Boston, Massachusetts</i> (Boston, MA: Damrell & Upham, 1897)
3. Title:   <b>New England Marriages Prior To 1700 </b>Clarence Almon Torrey, <i>New England Marriages Prior To 1700</i> (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., 1985)
4. Title:   <b>The ESSEX ANTIQUARIAN </b>Edited by Sidney Perley and George Francis Dow, The Essex Antiquarian The Essex Antiquarian was published from 1897 to 1909 by Sidney Perley and George Francis Dow, both noted Essex County Genealogists and Historians. The purpose and accomplishments of the Antiquarian are best described in the words of Perley and Dow, as published in the final edition Vol. 13, No. 4, October 1909: "The Essex Antiquarian was purposed to fill a want. It was designed to be a leader in scientific historical research; and to present copies or abstracts of records and compilations in an exhaustive and systematic manner, so that as far as the publication extended further investigation along those lines would be needless. Repeated examinations of records tend to their destruction, and thousands of dollars have been spent locally upon the same records for the same purpose by various persons who were ignorant of costly examinations made by others. This purpose, if prosecuted, would preserve the records and make further expenditure of money and labor unnecessary. This has been the particular reason of the appearance of the genealogies in alphabetical order, the gravestone inscriptions, abstracts of the Salem and Ipswich quarterly court records and files, old Norfolk county records, all wills in the order of their probate, Essex Gazette notes, abstracts of titles to land, etc., as shown in Salem, Haverhill, Ipswich and Marblehead in 1700, and in Georgetown and Topsfield in 1800. During the thirteen years of its existence there have been published in The Essex Antiquarian genealogies of all families from Abbe to Brown; all gravestone inscriptions dated prior to the year 1800 in Amesbury, Andover, Beverly, Boxford, Bradford, Danvers, Essex, Georgetown, Gloucester, Groveland, Hamilton, Haverhill and Ipswich; all wills proved in the county prior to June, 1666; the record of the Essex County Revolutionary soldiers and sailors alphabetically to Brown; abstracts of the old Norfolk records to 1675; Salem and Ipswich quarterly court records and files to 1659; and abstracts of all records in the first ten volumes of the Suffolk county registry of deeds relating to Essex county persons and property, where parties resided or property was located in Essex county, covering the period prior to 1678." (Salem, MA: <i>The Essex Antiquarian</i>, 1897 [Reprinted Lecanto, FL: Essex Books www.essexbooks.com, 1999]) http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/Database/Essex_antiquarian/default.asp
Page:   Vol. 6, p. 107 and Vol. 11, p. 25
Link:   http://www.newenglandancestors.org/research/Database/Essex_antiquarian/default.asp
5. Title:   <b>The Essex Institute Historical Collection </b>Essex Institute Historical Collection (Salem, MA: 1859 onwards) Peabody Essex Museum, East India Square, Salem, MA 01970 U. S. A. www.pem.org
Page:   Vol. 18, p. 151
6. Title:   <b>Ancestry of Charles Stinson Pillsbury and John Sargent Pillsbury </b>Mary Lovering Holman, <i>Ancestry of Charles Stinson Pillsbury and John Sargent Pillsbury</i> (Concord, NH: Rumford Printing Company, 1938)
Page:   p. 75 and p. 97
7. Title:   <b>The New England Historical and Genealogical Register </b>New England Historical and Genealogical Register<i> </i>(Boston, MA: New England Historical and Genealogical Society) The NEHGR or "Register" is the oldest and best known genealogical publication in North America. It focuses primarily on the genealogy of New England and the northeastern United States. New England Historic Genealogical Society 101 Newbury Street Boston, MA 02116 U. S. A. http://www.newenglandancestors.org Telephone: +1 (617) 536-5740 and +1 (888) 296-3447 Fax: +1 (617) 536-7307 [email protected]
Page:   Vol. 30, p. 422 and Vol. 97, p. 199
8. Title:   <b>Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County, Massachusetts, 1636-1686 </b>George F. Down, <i>Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County, Massachusetts, 1636-1686</i> (in 9 volumes) (Salem, MA: 1911-1975) Abstracts and some verbatim transcriptions of court documents which are preserved at Essex Institute.
Page:   Vol. 2, p. 345



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