PROF D. J. JORDAN, M.S. ,Negro Genealogy,African American,Black History


TYPE: Antique Photograph

Date published:1902

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born near Cuthbert, Ga., October 18, 1866. His father was Rev. Glies D. Jordan who was for twenty-five years a highly respected minister in the A. M. E. Church in Georgia. He inherits many of his excellent traits of character from his mother, Julla Jordan. In his early life he was unable to attend school more than three months of the year, but by close application while in school and faithful study during vacations, he was always able to make the next higher class at the beginning of the following school term. After finishing the English branches he attended Payne High School at Cuthbert. In 1892 he graduated at Allen University, Columbia, S. C., with the degrees of B. S. and. LL. B. His record at this institution was in many respects remarkable. He was successful In passing the written examination given by the Supreme Court of South Carolina, and was admitted to practice in all the courts of that state, May, 1892. After his graduation, he returned to his native city, taught a term and made preparations to enter upon the practice of the legal profession, but he was prevailed upon to accept a position on the faculty of Morris Brown College, in 1893. He served here as Professor of Science and Dean of Law until November, 1895, when he resigned to accept the Presidency of Edward Waters College at Jacksonville, Fla, He was married December 31, 1895, by Bishop A. Grant, to Miss Carrie J. Thomas, principal of one of the public schools of Atlanta. Four children have been born to them. He was elected as a lay delegate to the General Conference of the A. M. E. Church which was held at Wilmington, N. C., in 1896. In the spring of ’96 he accepted the position of Professor of Literature at Morris Brown College ….


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