I have Henry Jordan Sr (b.1830) as father of Horatio. These Jordans were in Hancock/Oglethorpe/Wilkes counties very early and were associated with the Hoggs there. Radford married James Hogg Sr's granddaughter Elizabeth, and she is bequeathed $$ in the will he made 4/4/1803. By 1810, the Hoggs along with several other families, including the Jordans, had moved to MS Territory, which became AL in 1819. It was a family move, and I think the Radford Jordans went in that group. I have records for them once they get to area. This was a dangerous place then because of Creek Indians and Jordans were among petitioners for more federal troops. Wm. Henry Jordan (m. Mary Elizabeth Mathes) is my mother's maternal great-grandfather---. Is there a living male who could be part of DNA testing?