Jurdon

Jur´don

    (jûr´dǒn)
prop. n.1.Jordan.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(42) As their names were called, the craftsmen would enter the playing area with their wares: Bettrys Belle, Peyrs Pottere, Thom Tynkere, Powle Pewterere, Tyffany Twynkelere, Bette pe bakere, and Johan Jurdon. (43) These craftspeople, along with Colle Crake-crust, (44) all produce the rough music by banging their utensils.
A Jurdon is a chamber pot, but it is sometime sarcastically used as a surname.
The 1,600-SF property was bought for $8,000 in July 1993 from Jurdon and Carol Perry.