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Jordan Ira Feaster (1815 - aft. 1881)

Jordan Ira Feaster
Born in Edgefield County, South Carolina, United States of Americamap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married about 1836 in South Carolinamap
Husband of — married 24 Jan 1866 in Monroe County, Alabamamap
Descendants descendants
Died after in Monroe County, Alabama, United States of Americamap
Profile last modified | Created 10 May 2014 | Last significant change: 2 Jan 2021
18:08: Lisa Franklin RN, BSN edited the Primary Photo for Jordan Ira Feaster (1815-aft.1881). [Thank Lisa for this]
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Biography

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Y DNA testing in the Feaster Y DNA Project has proven that John Elbert Feaster and Jordan Ira Feaster are not the same haplogroup and therefore cannot both be sons of John Feaster. See John's page for more information.

Jordan died between Feb 1881 and 1900 and is buried in Solomon Cemetery, Monroe County, Alabama.[1]


Property

Event: 40 acres in SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Section 21 T10 R11 to J. E. Cogburn
Type: Deeded land
Date: 3 FEB 1881
Place: Monroe County, Alabama

Sources

  1. Tombstone for Jordan Ira Feaster, Solomon Cemetery, Monroe County, Alabama.
  • The Elba Clipper. Elba, Alabama. 24 Oct 1963. Vol. 66 No. 18. p8.
  • The Florala News. Florala, Alabama. 63d year-Number 32. 17 Oct 1963. fp. Famed Stradivaius Violin Discovered By Samson Resident.
  • Father John Feaster's Probate/estate records, Edgefield County, SC, 1839. Box 11 Package 378. Sampson Cates, Admr. (attached)
  • 1867 Voter's registration, Monroe County, AL.
  • US Federal Census - 15 Nov 1850, Edgefield District, South Carolina.
  • US Federal Census - 03 Sep 1860, Monroe County, AL
  • US Federal Census - 15 Aug 1870, Dennard's Bluff, Monroe County, AL.
  • US Federal Census - 19 Jun 1880, Old Texas, Monroe County, Alabama.
  • Alabama death certificate of son Jake Feaster
  • Alabama death certificate of son John Allen Feaster, attached.
  • US Federal Census - 1900
  • Edgefield county, SC probate records, 1839 estate of John Feaster, and estate records of his father-in-law, Mark Padget
  • "Alabama, Marriages, 1816-1957," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V5ZW-4QQ : accessed 30 Oct 2014), Jordon Feaster and Peggy Daily, 24 Jan 1866; citing reference ; FHL microfilm 1289610 V. A-B. -
Name: Jordon Feaster
Spouse's Name: Peggy Daily
Event Date: 24 Jan 1866
Event Place: , Monroe, Alabama
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M59338-1
System Origin: Alabama-ODM
GS Film number: 1289610 V. A-B
  • "Alabama, State Census, 1866," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V6PY-MG7 : accessed 30 Oct 2014), Jordon Feaster, Monroe, Alabama; citing Department of Archives and History, Montgomery; FHL microfilm 1533835-
Name: Jordon Feaster
Event Place: Monroe, Alabama
Event Date: 1866
Certificate Number: 5951
Page: 29
GS Film number: 1533835
Digital Folder Number: 4808467
Image Number: 129


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Feaster-198 and Feaster-167 appear to represent the same person because: same person
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