Ronald William Jordan

Born:Nov 30 1920 In:  Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Died:Oct 31 1988 (at age 67)In:  Prince Henry Hospital - Little Bay, New South Wales, Australia


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Immediate family

Joan Jordan (born Tennant)
His wife
Terence Joseph Jordan
His son
<Private> Jordan
His child
<Private> McGuffin (born Jordan)
His child
<Private> O'Brien (born Jordan)
His child
<Private> Jordan
His child
<Private> Jordan
His child
<Private> Mackay (born Jordan)
His child
<Private> Weatherley (born Jordan)
His child
Henry Joseph Jordan
His father
Lilian Agnes 'Lily' Jordan (born Foster)
His mother
Dorothy Lillian May 'Dot' Banks (born Jordan)
His sister
Henry Keith Jordan
Half brother


Birth Ref:-1920/

Marriage Ref:-1943/055002

Death Ref:-1988/027943 (NSW)

Queensland School Pupils Index, Buranda State School 1926

Queensland School Pupils Index 1929, St Josephs Catholic School, Corinda

Queensland School Pupils Index 1934, Hemmant State School

The Courier Mail Tuesday 26 July 1938

While at work in Perrott and Eaborn's sawmill, Logan Road, South Brisbane, yesterday, Ronald Jordan, 16, touched a moving circular saw with his left hand, the first, second, and third fingers of which were severed. He was admitted to the Mater Misericordiae Public Hospital.

WWII Nominal Roll - Australian Army, Q90691, Date of enlistment 2 Jun 1941, Brisbane, QLD, Date of discharge 17 Dec 1945, Sapper, 3 AUST WKS & PK COY

Australian Electoral Roll 1949, Ref 6315, Division of Moreton, Subdivision of Sherwood, Harrington St, Darra, sawmill hand

Australian Electoral Roll 1954, Ref ????, Division of Moreton, Subdivision of Sherwood, Harrington St, Darra, sawmill hand

Residential Address 165 Kelvin Grove Rd, Kelvin Grove at time of marriage, was on military duty at the time

Married by Father W.L. Livingstone at St Stephens Cathedral. Witnesses Leslie Roy Gunnis & Lillian Dawn Donaldson

Died from Cerebral oedema and acute renal failure, following Septic shock, Gas gangrene in association with Tibial osteotomy operation. Inquest dispensed with at Glebe, K Schirmer, Coroners delegate. Ashes collected by Mrs. Smith, Belrose, Sydney, (Step-daughter)

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