George Jordan ( b 1807-c1854), a musical instrument maker came to Liverpool from Ireland where he married Alice Walmsley. Employing several relatives they manufactured musical instruments out of 42 Manchester Street, Liverpool.
On the death of his father, George Jordan jnr. ( b 1832) set up business at 67 Dale Street (see RJ Ward) making and selling instruments while his mother Alice Jordan (1810–c1872) continued out of Manchester Street with her daughter Alice running the shop and nephew William Jordan making instruments.
By 1910 the premises at 42 Manchester Street had ceased trading and George Jordan jnr had moved out of Dale Street but was still in the music industry.
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