Upon Charles' death, the following obituary was printed in the 7 October 1912 edition of the Bay of Plenty Times:
1. James Jordan (1864, Kerry, Ireland - September 1930, Tauranga). James was educated with his brother, at the Auckland Grammar School. He entered the Court service as a cadet in the Magistrate's court in 1884. He then worked as a Clerk in the Court at Paeroa and Te Aroha in 1892. James married Helen Walker (1864 - 1938) in 1894. Helen was a daughter of J.W. Walker, who was well known in Thames. He commenced working as a Clerk in the Thames Magistrate's and Warden's court in 1896. James was a Clerk with the Court in various locations around New Zealand, from Auckland to Napier, to New Plymouth and in between. James retired from clerking at his last Court, in New Plymouth, on 31 March 1922.
1.1 Sydney Carl Jordan (1895 - 12 October 1917). Sydney enlisted and embarked for World War One on 9 October 1915. He was killed in action at Ypres, Belgium on 12 October 1917.
|Sydney Carl Jordan|
1.2.1 Peter Townshend Gifford (3 May 1922 - 2003)
1.3 Dulcie Raymond Jordan (1899) married Lionel Wynn Kirkby (1894 - 1953) in 1925. Lionel was lucky to be alive as on 17 November 1911, a farmer called George Gedge fired a shot at him, wounding him!
1.4 Athol Armstrong Jordan (16 January 1902 - 1981) married Catherine Patricia Arnold (14 November 1902 - 1999) in 1926
James, like his younger brother Joseph, preceded his mother in death and an obituary appeared in the Auckland Star on 6 September 1930:
2. Joseph Armstron Jordan (1868 - 17 December 1933, Tauranga) married Charlotte Mary. Joseph was a dentist by trade and was also a capable sportsman in many fields.
2.1 Katherine Alice Jordan (1902 - 1959). Katherine never married.
Joseph preceded his mother in death, and an obituary for him appeared in the 18 December 1933 edition of the Evening Post:
3. Marguerite Martina Jordan (1872 - 1960) married Herbert Henry Clemson (1869 - 1938) on 23 July 1904 at Holy Trinity Church, Tauranga. They were married by Rev Charles Jordan, Marguerite's father. Herbert was an architect living in Tauranga, and was the second son of the Rev. William Hall Clemson, M.A., of the Diocese of Lichfield.
3.1 Charles Rowland William Hall Clemson (1905 - 1958)
4. Eleanor Grace "Grace" Jordan (1874) married Peter Gibson Clarke on 24 March 1900 at Trinity Church, Tauranga. The couple were married by Rev. Jordan, Eleanor's father. Peter was of Punehu Stream, Taranaki and was the eldest son of James Clarke of Kilbirnie, Wellington. After having their son, who they named an extremely interesting name (see below) I believe this family eventually ended up in Australia.
4.1 Gore Jordan Clarke (1901)
5. Charles Gore Malcolmson Jordan (1882 - 1954)
I believe there was one more daughter, older than Marguerite, but I have been unable to identify her as yet.