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n of powder intended to wreck the fort. Since 1890 Mr. Jordan has resided at Greenville, where he is secretary and treasurer of the South Carolina mutual insurance company. He was married, in 1871, to Frances Warthen Latimer, and they have two daughters living: Isabell, wife of William C. Schwalmeyer, of Memphis, Tenn., and Lalla Parker Jordan. Edmund Noah Joyner, a gallant Confederate veteran who is now prominent in the work of the Protestant Episcopal church, was born in Rockingham county, North Carolina, in 1847, and was reared and educated in Pitt county of that State. His father was Dr. Noah Joyner, born in Pitt county in 1816, who served as volunteer surgeon when occasion permitted, in the hospitals at Raleigh and Goldsboro during the war; his grandfather, John Joyner, was a member of the North Carolina legislature for many years; and his maternal grandfather, Dr. Robert Williams, served as a surgeon in the war of the Revolution from 1775, and afterward was a member of the