Saturday, September 7, 2013

Julia Ann Taylor 1815-1898 and Isaac Allred 1814-1859

 Isaac Allred
Born 28 Jun 1814 Nashville, Bedford, Tennessee
Parents  James Allred and Elizabeth Warren
LDS Mission to Great Britain 1851-1855
Married (Polygamist) 1) Julia Ann Taylor 11 Oct 1832 Hancock, Missouri
2) Mary (Polly) Henderson 15 Jan 1846 Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois
3) Emma Dewey Hayward
Life Sketch
In 1834 Isaac marched to Missouri as a member of Zion's Camp and afterwards located in Nauvoo, Ill. Until his death, he entertained friends, family and saints with his fiddle music--in Nauvoo, on the plains, in Salt Lake City and in Sanpete County--and his 1724 instrument remains intact and playable.

He worked for the Church, traveled as a preacher of the Gospel and participated in the general exodus of the saints from Nauvoo in February 1846. He spent a short time in the camp on Sugar Creek, Iowa, and later crossed the prairies of Iowa to the Missouri river. In 1851 he captained a company of saints to Utah and settled at Kaysville, Davis county, Utah.  He later joined family in Mt. Pleasant.

Died 12 May 1859 Mt. Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah
Note:  He was killed by Thomas Ivie, who assailed him over a trivial matter and beat him with a burning stick from the camp fire May 11, 1859. He died the next day. The difficulty arose over some sheep which Isaac had in charge and which belonged to Thos. Ivie. His murderer was tried and condemned to death, but he managed to escape and went east. Brigham Young prophesied that Thomas Ivie would apostatize from the Church and that buzzards would pick his bones. This prediction was literally fulfilled, as the remains of Ivie were subsequently found in a cornfield nearly devoured by buzzards. 
Buried Ephraim Pioneer Cemetery, Sanpete, Utah
Note:  June 24, 2011, a commemorative headstone was dedicated by Allred descendants.
Sources
History of Isaac Allred:  https://sites.google.com/site/allredhistory/home/isaac-allred/history-of-isaac-allred
Birth: http://winterquarters.byu.edu/pages/Council%20point/pafg04.htm
Marriage To Julia: Missouri Marriages Indexing Batch M51587-1
Pics, story and headstone: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=57757770
Julia Ann Taylor
Born 9 Feb 1815 Bowling Green, Warren, Kentucky
Parents William Taylor and Elizabeth Patrick
Note:  to see her with her parents click here: http://upperlevelgen.blogspot.com/2009/02/william-taylor-1787-1839-elizabeth.html
Died 16 May 1898 Richmond, Cache, Utah
Buried 18 May 1898 Richmond, Cache, Utah
Sources
Birth:  Family Bible shown in book, Coneto Creek Taylors by Jesse L Warner (1975) page 30b
1860 US Census Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah page 72 (age 44)
1870 US Census Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah page 6 (age 54, living alone)
Pic and headstone:  http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=5080190
https://sites.google.com/site/allredhistory/home/isaac-allred/history-of-isaac-allred
Billion Graves Index





9 CHILDREN with Julia Ann


William Alma Allred
Born 26 Jun 1833 Monroe County, Missouri
Married Almira White Aldrich
Children:  Leoma, Elnora, Isaac, Hannah, Julia, William, Lyman, John, Luella, Lafayette
Died 25 Jan 1900 Fairview, Sanpete, Utah
Obituary:  The Manti Messenger, Saturday 3 February 1900: Fairview News.
Alma Allred, an old settler died here Thursday, Jan. 25. Mr. Allred came to Utah in an early day. He came to Fairview with the first settlers. He has always been a well respected citizen. Mr. Allred had been visiting his son who was very ill. He started home along the railroad track a distance of about two miles and then slipped and fell into a cattle-guard  On reaching home he said he was not hurt, but on retiring, he began to cramp and later had paralysis  He died in four days. It was not until he was being laid out that it was discovered how badly he was hurt by the fall into the cattle-guard. It undoubtedly caused his death.
Buried Fairview Cemetery, Fairview, Sanpete, Utah Plot U3-4-1
Sources
1860 US Census Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah
1870 US Census Fairview, Sanpete, Utah p 3-4 (age 37)
Pic and Headstone: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=24507907


John Allen Allred
Born 29 Aug 1834 Missouri
Occupation:  Farmer
Married Mary Jane Knight
Children: Mary, John, Isaac, Villona, William, Eva, James, Clarence
Died 8 Apr 1904 Slaterville, Weber, Utah
COD:  Apoplexy (heart attack)
Informant:  his wife, Mary Jane
Buried 11 Apr 1904 Ogden City Cemetery, Ogden, Weber, Utah Plot C-5-37-1E
Sources
1860 US Census Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah (age 25)
Note:  his name abbreviate Jno in record
1870 US Census Slaterville, Weber, Utah (age 36)
Utah Death Certificate
Utah Deaths and Burials
Headstone: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=24679602

Eliza Marie Allred
Born 2 Oct 1836 Missouri
Married Justin Shepherd 1856
Children: Eliza, Justin, James, Evy, Julian, Elva, Hanna, Millie
Died 21 Mar 1926 Richmond, Cache, Utah
Buried Richmond City Cemetery, Richmond, Cache, Utah
Sources
1860 US Census page 261 (age 23)
1870 US Census Richmond, Cache, Utah (age 33)
1880 US Census Richmond, Cache, Utah (age 43)
1900 US Census Richmond, Cache, Utah (age 64 - claims she is mother of 10 children)
1910 US Census Richmond, Cache, Utah (age 74, widowed)
1920 US Census Richmond, Cache, Utah (age 83, widowed)
Headstone: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=23920877

James Martin Allred
Born 14 Feb 1839 Farr West, Caldwell, Missouri
Military: 2nd Lieutenant 1865-in Captain Abner Lowry's co. Utah Militia Cavalry.  1866-67 in the same company, only as Infantry.
Occupation:  Farmer
Married Mary Francis Vance 1860
Children: Martha, MartinIsaac, Anna, Sarah, James, Ernest, Lawrence, Edgar, Lee, Frederick
Died 28 Jul 1918 Fairview, Sanpete, Utah
COD:  Chronic vascular heart disease
Informant:  his wife, Mary Francis Vance
Buried 30 Jul 1918 Fairview City Cemetery, Fairview, Sanpete, Utah Plot U2-11-3
Sources
Index to Indian War Pension Files, 1892-1926 Film 1 image 784
1870 US Census Fairview, Sanpete, Utah Territory (age 31)
1900 US Census Fairview, Sanpete, Utah page 13A (age 61, 8 of 11 children born are living)
1910 US Census Fairview, Sanpete, Utah page 4A (age 71)
Utah Death Certificate
Headstone: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=24490496

Sidney H Little Allred
Born 6 Feb 1841 Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois
Married  1) Sarah Jane Ivey  1 Feb 1861 Sanpete, Utah
Children:  Serinda, Julia, Sidney, Isaac, Louella
2) Mrs. Jerusha Allred Edwards 10 Sep 1891 Manti, Sanpete, Utah
Note:  she is in the 1880 Census with him, so marriage date must be an extraction error 
Children:  Charles, Lenora, Eva, Lilly, Sarah, Wilford, Nellie, Francis
Died 25 May 1917 Boise, Ada, Idaho
Buried Morris Hill Cemetery, Boise, Ada, Idaho
Note:  the birth year is wrong on his headstone
Sources
Marriage To Jerusha:  Utah Marriages
1860 US Census Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah page 72 (age 19)
1870 US Census Spring City, Sanpete, Utah (age 29)
Note:  with Sarah J
1880 US Census Mt. Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah (age 39)
Note:  with Jerusha S.
Pic and headstone:  http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=26792959


Amanda (Mandy) Jane Allred
Born 16 Nov 1843 Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois
Married Neriah Robert Lewis 20 Jan 1864 Richmond, Utah
Children:  Robert, William, twins:  August Louise and Augusta Rebecca, Amanda, Isaac, George, Juliet, Clarence, Roy, Sally, Edna
Died 15 Mar 1915 Oxford, Bannock, Idaho
COD:  Pnuemonia
Informant: C Leroy Lewis
Buried 20 Mar 1915 Oxford, Idaho
Sources
1880 US Census Richmond, Utah page 240C (age 36)
1900 US Census Oxford, Bannock, Idaho page 5A (age 57)
1910 US Census Oxford, Bannock, Idaho (age 66)
Idaho Death Certificate
Headstone: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=16337232

Julia Ann Allred
Born 12 Nov 1845 Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois
Married Miner Wilcox 1861
Children:  Julia, Isaac, Elijah, Ann, Mary, George, Elmer, William, Miner, Ernest, Elnora
Died 15 Sep 1933 Paris, Bear Lake, Idaho
Buried Paris Cemetery, Paris, Bear Lake, Idaho
Sources
Index to Indian Wars Pension Files,1892-1926 (collecting Miner's pension)
1870 US Census Paris, Rich, Utah Territory (age 26)
1880 US Census Paris, Bear Lake, Idaho (age 35)
1900 US Census Paris, Bear Lake, Idaho (age 55, mother of 11, 9 are still living)
1930 US Census Paris, Bear Lake, Idaho (age 84, widowed)
Headstone: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=57798538

Hannah Elizabeth Allred
Born 24 Aug 1848 Iowa
Married Rudolphus (Dolph) Nathaniel Bennett 10 Nov 1862 Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah
Children:  William, Julia, Hattie, Estella, Serinda, Effie, David, Ann, Isaac
Died 3 Nov 1900 Fairview, Sanpete, Utah
Buried Mount Pleasant City Cemetery, Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah Lot A-36-3-7
https://sites.google.com/site/allredhistory/home/isaac-allred/history-of-isaac-allred
Sources
Headstone:  http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=141773
1870 US Census Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah (age 22)
1880 US Census Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah (age 31)

Mary Leoma Allred
Born 5 May 1850 Rocky Ford, Pottawatamie, Iowa
Married Joseph Parley Allred 8 Sep 1865 Spring City, Sanpete, Utah
Children:  Parley, William, Horace, Lilly, Ada
Died 18 Jan 1936 Salmon, Lemhi, Idaho
Buried
Sources
1860 US Census Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah (age 10)
1880 US Census Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah (age 30)

Isaac Allred Junior
Born 4 Mar 1857 Ogden, Weber, Utah
Died 20 Jul 1858 Ogden, Weber, Utah
Sources
https://sites.google.com/site/allredhistory/home/isaac-allred/history-of-isaac-allred

5 CHILDREN WITH MARY

2nd WIFE Mary (Polly) Henderson
Born 18 Feb 1823 Bellvue, Washington, Missouri
Parents:  Samuel Henderson and Mary Goforth
Died 27 Dec 1910 Spring City, Sanpete, Utah
COD:  Old age
Buried Spring City Cemetery, Spring City, Sanpete, Utah
Sources
1860 US Census Spring City, Sanpete, Utah
Birth: http://winterquarters.byu.edu/pages/Council%20point/pafg04.htm
Utah Death Certificate
Picture and Headstone: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=24281826

Isaac Allred
Born 13 Oct 1846 Garden Grove, Decatur, Iowa
Died 30 Oct 1846 Garden Grove, Decatur, Iowa
Sources
http://winterquarters.byu.edu/pages/Council%20point/pafg04.htm

Sanford Allen Allred
Born 30 Oct 1849 Kanesville, Pottowattamie, Iowa
Military: 1865 in Captain Lowry's Militia Cavlary
1866 in Captain George Tucker's Militia Cavalry
Sergeant 1867 in Captain James TS Allred's Militia Cavalry
Married Ellen Shepherd 18 Oct 1869 Utah
Children: Sanford, Mary, Anina, Myron, Lester, Don, Samuel
Died 8 Nov 1900 Spring City, Sanpete, Utah
Buried 11 Nov 1900 Spring City Cemetery, Spring City, Sanpete, Utah
Sources
Marriage date:  http://beta.worldcat.org/archivegrid/record.php?id=367787815
Index to Indian Wars Pension Files,1892-1926
Note:  given name spelled Sandford in military record
1860 US Census Spring City, Sanpete, Utah page 97 (age 12)
1880 US Census Spring, Sanpete, Utah page 436C (age 32)
1900 US Census Spring, Sanpete, Utah page 7A (age 52)
Pic and headstone: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=24307897
Utah, Veterans with Federal Service Buried in Utah, Territorial to 1966
Birth: http://winterquarters.byu.edu/pages/Council%20point/pafg04.htm

Samuel Allred
Born 3 Jun 1851 Council Bluffs, Pottawatomie, Iowa
Military:  Blackhawk Indian War
Pony Express Rider between Spring City and Ephraim, Utah
Married (Polygamist)
1) Elisabeth Diantha Allred 25 Mar 1852 Manti, Sanpete, Utah
Children:  Samuel, Wilson, George, Olive, Isaac, Sanford, Ida Jane, Wallace, Reid, Diantha, Ida Athene
2) Isabella Blain 18 Nov 1880 Endowment House, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
Children:  Noll, Sarah
Died 19 Jan 1932 Spring City, Sanpete, Utah
Buried 22 Jan 1932 Spring City Cemetery, Spring City, Sanpete, Utah
Life Sketch:
He was born 3 June 1851 in Pottawatomie Co., Iowa, at a place called “Pidgeon Hollow.” This was 15 miles south of Council Bluffs. His birth occurred while his parents were crossing the plains with the Saints, after they had left their homes at Nauvoo.  His father was a Captain of 50 wagons. They arrived in Salt Lake city in Aug. 1851 and later settled in Kaysville. In 1855 the family moved to Slaterville, Utah, where they lived until 1858, when they moved to Ephriam. In 1859, they moved to Mt. Pleasant and were among the earliest settlers there. 

The family was very poor and they were obliged to make sacrifices. Food, as well as everything else, was scarce. Many mornings Samuel left without breakfast to search for the days food from the earth.

Later the family moved to Spring City to live. The only school that Samuel ever attended was taught by his Mother. His first book was the old blue back speller: later he used the McDuffy reader. He was baptized and confirmed 3 June 1860, by Wiley Payne Allred. When he was 17 years old, he left home to earn his living. He first went to Nephi and from there to Chicken Creek, where he succeeded in getting a job with a Mr. Tidwell, a relative who had a ranch there. Here he labored for two years. With a pick and shovel and wheelbarrow, he succeeded in making the first Chicken Creek Dam.

Even at 15 years of age, he was dependable and trustworthy. He was put to running the Pony Express from different parts of the country. Often he ran into Indians and shots were exchanged. But he learned to circle their camping grounds, and going across country and through fields, he delivered the mail and express. He served in the Black Hawk War from 1866 to 1867, in the cavalry, and took part in pursuing the Indians when they raided Spring City 13 Aug. 1867. He received a pension from the US Government for these services. For three winters he helped haul rock and lumber to the Manti Temple from the canyons. He also made two trips to take men to work on the St. George’s Temple. He was blessed with natural ability in setting bones, assisting the sick, pulling teeth and even amputated diseased or mangled limbs, using the needle to sew the wounds up of his patients.

He served time in the penitentiary in the year 1888, for having two wives, but was released before his full time was served because of good behavior. At 18 years of age, he served as a ward teacher and continued in this capacity for 48 years. At 30, he was set .apart as a Counselor in Sanpete M.I.A. presidency and served for 20 years. He served as an alternate in the High Council for 2 years, then as High Councilman for 8 years. He was made Ward Bishop in 1913 by Apostle James E. Talmadge and he occupied this office until 9 Sept. 1928. As a member of the Old Folks Committee he served 34 years. Was a member of the Board of Health and Councilman for four years.

Sources
Life Sketch: http://allredfamily.com/samuel_allred.htm
Pic and headstonehttp://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=24307371
http://winterquarters.byu.edu/pages/Council%20point/pafg04.htm
Orson Allred Sr.
Born 22 Sep 1856 Slaterville, Weber, Utah
Military: 1866 Captain JD Chases Mule Infantry
Occupation:  Farmer
Married 1) Sarah Harden (did not find this marriage)
Children:  Sarah
2) Lorena Thomasine Sorenson
Children:  Pearl, Dorcas, Helen, Arnold, Hortense, Ophelia, Leland, Aleith, Lavon
Died 22 Jul 1934 Mt. Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah
COD:  Chronic Mycarditis and Hypertension (heart disease and high blood pressure)
Informant:  James W Beam or Beane 
Buried Spring City Cemetery, Spring City, Sanpete, Utah
Sources
Military: Index to Indian Wars Pension Files,1892-1926
1860 US Census Spring City, Sanpete, Utah (age 3)
1880 US Census Spring City, Sanpete, Utah (age 23, with Lorena)
Note:  his wife's name was extracted as Sorina
1900 US Census Spring City, Sanpete, Utah (age 43, with Lorena)
1910 US Census Spring City, Sanpete, Utah (age 54, with Lorena)
1920 US Census Spring City, Sanpete, Utah (age 63, with Lorena)
1930 US Census Spring City, Sanpete, Utah (age 73, with Lorena)
Utah Death Certificate
Headstone: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=24292486
Olive Allred
Born 13 Feb 1859 Ephraim, Sanpete, Utah
Married Frederick Sinclair Accord
Died 7 Apr 1926 Holy Cross Hospital, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah
COD:  Post-operative shock with cardiac failure (Uterine cancer)
Informant:  F Orson Accord
Buried 11 Apr 1926 Spring City Cemetery, Spring City, Sanpete, Utah
Sources
Utah Death Certificate
Headstone: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=36472757



CHILDREN WITH EMMA

3rd Wife:  Emma Dewey Hayward
Born 28 Apr 1828 England
Parents: John Dewey and Sarah Ranger
Married 1) William Hayward
Children:  Thomas
Died 22 Apr 1909 Mt. Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah
COD:  heart disease - cardiac insufficiency and arteriosclerosis
Buried Mt. Pleasant City Cemetery, Sanpete, Utah Plot A-38-3-7
Sources
1860 US Census Spring City, Sanpete, Utah page 97
1870 US Census Nephi, Juab, Utah
Note:  Emma is going by Emma Hayward in this Census and has her son from her first marriage with her
Headstone: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=141591
Utah Death Certificate

Emma Maud Allred
Born 15 Oct 1857 Ogden, Weber, Utah
Married Thomas West 11 Mar 1875 Nephi, Utah
Children:  Harriet, Thomas, Grace, Wilford, Stella, Zella, Ray
Died 18 Sep 1934 Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah
Buried Mt Pleasant City Cemetery, Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah
OBITUARY:  
Mrs. Emma Allred West, 76, one of the original group of pioneers who settled Mt. Pleasant, died at a late hour Tuesday night of heart failure following a long illness.

Mrs. West was born in Ogden, October 15, 1857, a daughter of Isaac and Emma Dewey Allred. Her parents were among the early settlers of Ephraim and then came to Mt. Peasant with the original group of settlers in the spring of 1859. They also lived in Moroni and Richfield and were establishing settlements in the Sevier valley when driven out by the Indians in 1866. She lived in Nephi until her marriage, March 11, 1875, to Thomas West of Mt. Pleasant. They lived at Chester until moving to Mt. Pleasant in 1895. Mr. West died in 1921.


Mrs. West was a charter member of the Mt. Pleasant Pioneer Historical association and had served as a director more than 20 years. She was first counselor in the Chester Relief Society during her residence there, and was treasurer in the Mt. Pleasant North ward Relief Society nine years.


Surviving are a daughter and two sons; Mrs. Burke, McArthur and Thomas Wilford West, Mt. Pleasant and Ray West, Payson; ten grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, and a brother, Thomas Hayward, Bountiful.

Sources
1860 US Census Spring City, Sanpete, Utah page 97 (age 3)
1880 US Census Chester, Sanpete, Utah (age 22)
1900 US Census Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah (age 43)
1910 US Census Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah (age 52)
1920 US Census Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah (age 62)
1930 US Census Mt Pleasant, Sanpete, Utah (age 72)
United States Index to Indian Wars Pension Files, 1892-1926
Headstone:  http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=141593
Obit:  Salt Lake Tribune September 20, 1934


William Adelbert Allred
Born 21 Jan 1859 Ephraim, Sanpete, Utah
Married Anna Louvina Nielsen 28 Aug 1889 Manti, Sanpete, Utah
Children: Leon, Ross,  Myrl, Verna, Reginald
Died 31 Mar 1931 Salina, Sevier, Utah
COD:  Stroke
Informant:  Reginald (his son)
Buried Chester Cemetery, Sanpete, Utah  Plot 59
Sources
Pic:  Ancestry.com
Marriage:  Utah Marriages
1860 US Census Spring City, Sanpete, Utah page 97 (age 1)
1870 US Census Nephi, Juab, Utah (age 11)
1900 US Census Chester, Sanpete, Utah (age 39)
1920 US Census Chester, Sanpete, Utah (age 60)
1930 US Census Salina, Sevier, Utah (age 71, widowed, living with daughter Myrl's family)
Utah Death Certificate
Headstone: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=24458049




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