JORDAN, Reginald Ernest

1904 - 1983

Reginald Ernest Samuel Jordan, was born at Westbourne Park, London on 31 March 1904, only son of Frederick Walter Jordan (1878-26 March 1949), an analytical chemist, and his first wife Emily née Scott, who died in 1907, aged 27, and in 1909 Frederick married secondly Florence Hilda née Barnard. In 1911, a 7 year old, living at 14 Kellerton Road, Lee, London with his 32 year old father Frederick and 31 year old step-mother Florence, with an elder sister Ethel Evelyn 8. Reginald studied at St Martin's School of Art, London and served in the Royal Marines as a photographer and in 1939 was living at Kensington Square Gardens, London. He was later worked a school-teacher in Kent and at Chelmsford, Essex whilst producing artwork for carriage prints for the London North-East Railway in their Post-War series. An associate member of the Ipswich Art Club 1972-1974+ and exhibited from Flat 4, 47 Maltese Road, Chelmsford, Essex in 1973, three oils 'Mid-Summer', 'Evening, Pin Mill' and 'Finchingfield' and exhibited three pictures in each of 1972 and 1974. He died at Chelmsford on 17 October 1983.




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