Jordan Pioneer Family of Patton Twp Jordan Pioneer Family of Patton Twp Road Development Thomas Jordan paid 7 dollars for services with his Team, horses, to grade 2nd Street. Became first Street Commissioner. Information located in the Minutes of early Pitcairn development 1898 located at the Pitcairn Historical Museum, on display. 190755000 Memorial Day 1898 Civil War Veterans Honored May 26, 1898 Pitcairn Express Thomas listed as one of the Patriots hoisting the flag purchased by Frank Coursin, Railyard Superintendent for Memorial Day. Pitcairn Express for 1897 and 1898 available through Pitcairn Historical Society in searchable format. 190755001 Civil War Veterans Courtesy of Monroeville Historical Society, Civil War Veterans participated in Memorial Day events and this fortunate photo was taken. 190755002 James Jordan arrived 1811 One of six Revolutionary War Patriots buried at Crossroads Presbyterian Church Cemetary, a founding family of Patton Twp from which grows the Jae family early pioneers of Pitcairn. 190755003 Thomas Jordan Grandson of the Revolutionary War Patriot James Jordan of Patton Twp., Thomas and two of his brothers, Michael and James M, served in the Civil War. 193225822