source: Friday Caller (Plainfield, Indiana) - issue of Thursday, April 17, 1941 - page 1, column 4:
MRS. ARMINTA JORDAN DIES AT AGE OF 81 YEARS
Mrs. Arminta Sawyer Jordan, age 81 years, a resident of Plainfield for fifty-five years, died last Thursday morning at the McCormick nursing home at Clayton.
She was born April 4, 1860 on a farm west of Hazelwood, at the time located in Morgan County. She lived here until her marriage to George Jordan who died forty years ago. Just before her marriage the county line was relocated and the farm placed in Hendricks County. Thus was she born in Morgan County and married in Hendricks [County], in the same house. She is the last of a family of eighteen children.
She was an active member of the Plainfield Christian Church and auxiliary organizations and for a number of years was a Rebekah.
Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Hall funeral establishment here with the Rev. Mr. Lett, Danville Christian minister in charge of the service. Burial was in Maple Hill Cemetery.
Surviving are two sons, Orla G. Jordan, Plainfield and Omer Jordan of Oklahoma City, Okla.; four grandchildren, Willard Jordan, Plainfield; Mrs. Norris Porter, Danville; Mrs. Lester Laughlin, Memphis, Tennl. and George Jordan, Oklahoma City, and one great-grandson, Charles Porter, Danville.