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 Larry Jordan had five nephews (Jack, Hal, Jim, Jerry, and Douglas), three grand-nephews (Jason and Howard) and one grand-niece (Jennifer). Jack Jordan, son of Martin Jordan, followed in his uncle Larry'​s footsteps by becoming the district attorney of Coastville, California; he also married Jan and had a twin son and daughter named Jason Jordan and Jennifer Jordan (first appeared in Green Lantern #22; Jan, Jason, and Jennifer first appeared in Action Comics #488). Hal Jordan, son of Martin Jordan and Larry'​s favorite nephew, grew up in Coastville to become a test pilot for Ferris Aircraft in Coast City and secretly also the superhero Green Lantern (first appeared in Showcase #22). Jim Jordan, son of Martin Jordan, grew up in Coastville and married Sue Williams and had a son named Howard Jordan (first appeared in Green Lantern #22; Howard Jordan first appeared in Green Lantern #53). Jerry Jordan, Jr., the son of Judge Jeremiah Jordan, was a fan of Air Wave and was married to a dark-haired woman and had a son named Steven Jordan (first and only appearance in Detective Comics #119; Steven Jordan'​s first and only appearance was in Green Lantern #71). Douglas Buddy Jordan, son of Joe Jordan and nicknamed "​Hip"​ as an adult, lived in the New York City area when he was young but later relocated to Tennessee with his family and grew up with problems, becoming addicted to drugs and adopting a hippie lifestyle, eventually becoming a petty criminal (first appeared in Detective Comics #83; appeared as an adult nicknamed "​Hip"​ in Green Lantern #71). Larry Jordan had five nephews (Jack, Hal, Jim, Jerry, and Douglas), three grand-nephews (Jason and Howard) and one grand-niece (Jennifer). Jack Jordan, son of Martin Jordan, followed in his uncle Larry'​s footsteps by becoming the district attorney of Coastville, California; he also married Jan and had a twin son and daughter named Jason Jordan and Jennifer Jordan (first appeared in Green Lantern #22; Jan, Jason, and Jennifer first appeared in Action Comics #488). Hal Jordan, son of Martin Jordan and Larry'​s favorite nephew, grew up in Coastville to become a test pilot for Ferris Aircraft in Coast City and secretly also the superhero Green Lantern (first appeared in Showcase #22). Jim Jordan, son of Martin Jordan, grew up in Coastville and married Sue Williams and had a son named Howard Jordan (first appeared in Green Lantern #22; Howard Jordan first appeared in Green Lantern #53). Jerry Jordan, Jr., the son of Judge Jeremiah Jordan, was a fan of Air Wave and was married to a dark-haired woman and had a son named Steven Jordan (first and only appearance in Detective Comics #119; Steven Jordan'​s first and only appearance was in Green Lantern #71). Douglas Buddy Jordan, son of Joe Jordan and nicknamed "​Hip"​ as an adult, lived in the New York City area when he was young but later relocated to Tennessee with his family and grew up with problems, becoming addicted to drugs and adopting a hippie lifestyle, eventually becoming a petty criminal (first appeared in Detective Comics #83; appeared as an adult nicknamed "​Hip"​ in Green Lantern #71).
  
-Larry Jordan married Helen and had a son named [[Air Wave (Hal Jordan)]Harold Jordan]], whom he named after his favorite nephew, Hal Jordan (Harold first appeared in Green Lantern #100, while Helen first appeared in DC Comics Presents #41).+Larry Jordan married Helen and had a son named [[Air Wave (Hal Jordan)|Harold Jordan]], whom he named after his favorite nephew, Hal Jordan (Harold first appeared in Green Lantern #100, while Helen first appeared in DC Comics Presents #41).