Martha McCartney's well-sourced "Virginia Immigrants and Adventurers" says Samuel Jordan arrived in 1610, probably in Lord de la Warr's fleet. He received a patent in 1620 indicating he lived in the vicinity of the Bermuda Hundred. He married Cisley (Unknown) by Dec 21, 1620, receiving a patent for 450 acres which included mention of her. By 1621 he had three properties. Records from 1621 suggest that he worked for the Virginia Company. He also had an apprentice. He received stock in the Virginia Co. in July, 1622, giving him still more land. Samuel was living at "Jordan's Journey" where he sheltered other settlers from Indian attacks. He and Cisley had two daughters, Mary and Margaret. He died between April 1623 and November, 1623 when his estate was valued. There is no mention of any other children.
Cisley married William Farrar, who had been directed to value Samuel's estate. They lived together for some time before marriage. Cisley apparently already had a daughter, Temperence Bayley, when she married Samuel. Cisley had three children by Farrar, Cecily, William, and John.
McCartney, pp. 433-434