Jordan P. Hendrickson

Jordan (Jourden) P. Hendrickson (Hendrixon) (abt. 1809-aft. 1869) was born about 1809 in Kentucky. He married Mary Ann McCord on 2 Nov. 1839 in Adams Co., Illinois; widowed 5 Sep. 1842 in Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois. He married Frances Humphrys on 12 Mar. 1843 in Nauvoo; widowed before 1860. He was baptized before 1846. He was living in Kentucky when Wilford Woodruff was a missionary there in 1836. He died after 1869.


Jordan Paddock Hendrickson (LZZN-HB3), “Family Tree,” database, FamilySearch (, accessed 28 May 2022). Jordan P. Hendrickson, Wilford Woodruff Papers (, accessed 28 May 2022). 1860 U.S. Census, Franklin Township, Manona Co., Iowa, p. 54, J. P. Hendrickson; FamilySearch (, accessed 20 Jun. 2022). 1856 Iowa State Census, Ashton, Monona Co., Iowa, p. 47, Jordan P Hendrickson; FamilySearch (, accessed 20 Jun. 2022). ""Illinois, County Marriages, 1810-1940," database with images, FamilySearch (, accessed 1 Jun. 2022); Jordan P. Hendrixon and Mary Ann McCord, 3 Nov. 1839, Adams Co., Illinois; citing Adams Co., Illinois, County Court, “Adams County, Illinois marriage records, 1825-1926,” image 258/735; DGS 4539871. “Mary Ann Taylor McCord” (1818-1842), memorial no. 89997555; Find A Grave (, accessed 18 Jun. 2022). "Marriages in the Nauvoo Region, 1839-1845," database, (, accessed 18 Jun. 2022); Jordan P. Hendrickson and Frances Humphrys, 12 Mar. 1843, Nauvoo, Hancock Co., Illinois, citing “Black, Susan Easton, Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University Religious Studies Center, 1989." 1860 U.S. Census, Franklin Township, Manona Co., Iowa, p. 54, J. P. Hendrickson; FamilySearch (, accessed 20 Jun. 2022). 1870 U.S. Census, Lincoln, Monona, Iowa, p. 7, Henderson; FamilySearch (, accessed 2 Jul. 2022).

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  • Page 100

    Part of Journal (December 29, 1833 – January 3, 1838)

    As Elder W. Woodruff is about to leave for Kirtland and has been labouring for the last year & a half with the churches included in the Tennessee confer ence & stands in need of clothing & money to return to Kirtland Presidents Patten & Marsh called a contribution of the church & congregation in the time of the aforementioned conference to supply Elder Woodruffs necessities the list of the contr ibution taken down is as follows Brothers Henry Thomas $5.00 five dollars Benjamin ...
    September 5, 1836
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    Part of Mission - 1835 Southern States Mission Membership Record

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