Died: October 12, 1920

Married: yes

Children: yes

Wesley Jordan worked at Sherrill's store.  In 1898 he was a bookkeeper for Stephen Merchant.

Plattsburgh Daily Press, November 30, 1903

While on a hunting expedition at Racquette Falls last week, Wesley Jordan, of Saranac Lake, shot and killed a white deer which is said to be the only one killed in the Adirondacks this year. Mr. Jordan has placed it in the hands of the Saranac lake taxidermist who has given it an artistic mount, and it will probably be sold to some party who appreciates the rareness as well as the beauty of such a specimen of the Albino deer.

Ticonderoga Sentinel, May 4, 1905

Trout Fishing at Saranac Lake

John Carrier, accompanied by his guide, Lonel Brown [sic, likely Lowell Brown], caught twenty two trout at St. Regis pond averaging one and one-half pounds. Mr. Carrier also caught a lake trout that weighed ten pounds. Wesley Jordan, assistant postmaster, caught twenty-five brook trout at the same pond that weighed forty-two pounds.


Essex County Republican, July 9, 1909

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Jordan and children, of Saranac Lake, are guests of Mrs Jordan’s parents Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Jordan at Clawbonny.

Plattsburgh Sentinel, October 12, 1920

Mrs. E. A. Jordan received the sad news that her son, Wesley Jordan, and his wife, of Saranac Lake, had been killed in an automobile accident near Malone Sunday morning.