Harry Jordan

Harry Clinton Jordan

Full Name: Harry Clinton Jordan
Date of birth: May 17, 1891
Date of death: March 17, 1964

Terms of Service top

Chamber District Dates of Service Legislatures Party City/County Note Counties in District
H 101-1 Jan 13, 1925 - Jan 11, 1927 39th   Democrat Fort Worth / Tarrant   Tarrant

Terms of Service top

House District 101-1
Jan 13, 1925 - Jan 11, 1927
Legislatures: 39th  
Party: Democrat
Home City/County: Fort Worth / Tarrant
Counties in district: Tarrant

Biographical Information top

Military Service Notes

  • United States Army, Corporal, Company B, 315 Engineers, World War I. Harry Clinton Jordan, birth year 1893 (estimated), birthplace Athens, Ohio; residence in Tulia, Swisher County; entered military service in Tulia, Texas, 4/26/1918. FamilySearch Texas, World War I Records, 1917-1920 (Texas Military Forces Museum, Austin).
  • United States Army, Corporal, Company B, 315 Engineers, 90th Division, World War I, Purple Heart. Military grave marker, Harry C. Jordan, birth date 5/17/1891, death date 3/17/1964, burial in West Union Street Cemetery, Athens, Athens County, Ohio. Find a Grave.
  • Data on U.S. Army Divisions during World War I, 90th Division (Texas and Oklahoma) (National Army). RootsWeb.com Internet genealogical service.

Other Resources

  • Census of 1930 - Harry C. Jordan, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, born circa 1892 in Ohio, Secretary/Veterans Bureau, veteran of World War I, mother Hattie Jordan. FamilySearch.
  • Obituary, Athens Messenger (Athens, Ohio), 3/22/1964, p. 23. Harry Clinton Jordan, son of Joseph and Hattie Jordan, civil service employe for Carswell AFB, "served in the Texas legislature in 1939 [sic]." NewspaperARCHIVE.com.
  • 39th Legislature (1925) - Harry C. Jordan, postoffice Fort Worth, nativity Ohio, age 32 (born circa 1893), occupation: federal service. Texas Legislative Manual.


  • Photograph. Harry Jordan, 39th Legislature, State Preservation Board

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Committee Information top

39th R.S. - 1925
Military Affairs  
Public Lands and Buildings  
Public Printing  
State Eleemosynary and Reformatory Institutions  

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