JORDAN, Fannie Alberta

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Last Name
 
JORDAN
Given Names
 
Fannie Alberta
AKA's
 
Better known as
 
Date of Birth
 
8/6/1913
Age at Death
 
65
Place of Birth
 
Alexandria, Louisiana
Race
 
Black
Gender
 
Female
Religion
 
Family Tree
 
Birth Mother
 
Birth Father
 
Siblings
 
Partner
 
Children
 
Non-Temple Relatives
 
Body Identification Number
 
Burial Location
 
Source of Death Information
 
House Foreign Affairs Committee report; FBI document 89-4286-1302 (prepared 12/78)
Entry into Guyana
 
7/25/1977
Residence (US)
 
Los Angeles, California 90044
Residence (JT)
 
Dorm 2
Occupation outside __Peoples Temple
 
seamstress (PT occupation record); quilting, sewing (LJ memo)
Occupation inside __Peoples Temple
 
Occupation at __Jonestown
 
(senior)
Government Income
 
SSA (JT), SSI
Discrepancies
 
Remembrances
 
“To my grandma I am so sorry you left me so soon I was only 11 but I still remember the suit you gave me for birthday and the birthday party.My mom has never forgotten you. ” - marilyn

“Wow...I never got the opportunity to meet with you Grandma but I love you so much. Your son never forgot about you and I know he's with you now.. May you continue to rest in peace my angel.” - Felicia Jordan

“To my great grandmother you have never been forgotten😢” - Taranieka Williams

“Fannie Jordan was a tall, stately and educated woman, a long-time member and hard worker in the Los Angeles Temple. She was one of our singles and had no relatives in Jonestown. A natural manager, Fannie is seen in some photographs working as a teacher's aide for preschoolers. On the Jobs list, her assignment was supervisor of the herbal garden. She was a respected and trusted member, selected as one of a dozen residents to represent the Agricultural Project when a PNC (Peoples National Congress) rally was held in the district.” - Kathryn (Tropp) Barbour