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Re: Susan Jordison Melbourne Australia
Posted by: Don Hudson Date: October 19, 2001 at 02:12:29
In Reply to: Re: Susan Jordison Melbourne Australia by Kathy Johns of 63

Hi Kathy
Yes, your Christopher is on the tree I have researched. Do you know a Dale Jordison in Ontario? I am posting to him a descendent tree and I can easily send you one as well. Contact me directly to send an address.
Your Christopher's parents were - John Jordison bpt 20 November 1773 St Peter & St Paul's Parish Church, Stainton-in-Cleveland, NRY; d Marton-in-Cleveland and bd 8 March 1832 St Peter & St Paul's Stainton. Occupation Farmer and butcher.
- Elizabeth Appleby b ca 1776 and d at Newham Grange near Marton-in-Cleveland and bd 7 June 1852 St Peter & St Paul's Stainton. She continued farming after the death of her husband with the help of your Christopher. Elizabeth and John were married 16 June 1810 in Thirsk, NRY. Other children that the couple had that I know of were Anne 1811, Ellen 1812, Thomas 1814 and John 1815-1884 (Middlesbrough's first Postmaster and a son of his ran Jordison's the Printers, a well known in the area Middlesbrough business).
Christopher's grandparents were - Christopher Jordison bpt 13 October 1743 St Cuthbert's Parish Church, Ormesby, NRY and d at Stainsby (near Stainton) bd 18 November 1814 at St Peter & St Paul's Stainton. Occupation Farm labourer and then farmer.
- Mary Thompson bpt 11 August 1751 St Peter & St Paul's Stainton d 4 April 1845 at Stainsby and bd 8 April St Peter & St Paul's Stainton.
Christopher and Mary were married 27 July 1773 at St Peter & St Paul's Stainton and had a large family. A sister of Mary's married a man called Sherwood and after he died his widow and some children emigrated to Ontario in the early 1830s.
Christopher's great grandfather was - John Jordison possibly bpt 9 March 1704 at Wolviston Co Durham (I have not proved this and so I could be wrong) d Ormesby NRY and bd 18 March 1766 St Cuthbert's Ormesby. Occupation Farmer.
I have tentatively gone further back, to Hart in County Durham, but there is a degree of speculation in that. Hope you find this useful.
Don
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