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Harry L. Jordan

Colonel, U.S. Army

O-001762

 

Entered the Service from: New Jersey
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COLONEL HARRY L. JORDAN was born around 1879 in Virginia. A career Army officer, he married his wife Fanny C. Cory Jordan, a native Iowan, around 1911. Harry Jordan served in World War I. He had already reached the rank of Lieutenant Colonel by January of 1920, when he and his wife were living in Raleigh NC. At the time of the 1930 census, he was stationed in Baltimore MD, where he rented an apartment at 610 Cathedral Street. Also living with the Jordan's was 88 year-old mother-in-law Eliza Cory. By 1940 Harry and Fanny Jordan were living at 14 Treaty Elm Lane in Haddonfield NJ.

Colonel Harry L. Jordan died of causes not related to combat while serving with the United States Army during World War II.  


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