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Elizabeth Aurora Brown Allred was born 19 August 1828 in Scott County, Illinois, United States to Cornelius Brown (1797-) and Mary Ann Cox (1805-) and died 29 August 1866 in Spring City, Sanpete County, Utah, United States of unspecified causes. She married David Harden Allred (1825-1908) 14 September 1848 in Pike County, Illinois. Ancestors are from the United States.


Biography

1861 Wagon Train

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Greene with his family were participants in the David Cannon 1861 Pioneer Company, a 79 day wagon train traveling from Florence (now Omaha, Nebraska) to Salt Lake City in the early summer. It was the first of 12 such wagon trains of the year. It was a large train of 68 wagons and nearly 300 passengers led by a young 23-year old missionary returning home from England, Elder David H Cannon. Several diary/biographical accounts exist.



Children


Offspring of David Harden Allred and Elizabeth Aurora Brown (1828-1866)
Name Birth Death Joined with
William Henry Allred (1849-1910)
James Philander Allred (1850-1927)
John Wesley Allred (1852-1921)
Mary Elizabeth Allred (1853-1943)
Perry Barton Allred (1855-1912)
Sarah Ann Allred (1856-1934)
George Riley Allred (1858-1861)
Stephen Amoron Allred (1859-1861)
Florence Jane Allred (1861-1861)
Martha Emeline Allred (1862-1866)
David Warren Allred (1864-1866)
Rosina Adaline Allred (1866-1866)

Siblings


Offspring of Cornelius Brown and Mary Ann Cox (1805-)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Elizabeth Aurora Brown (1828-1866) 19 August 1828 Scott County, Illinois, United States 29 August 1866 Spring City, Sanpete County, Utah, United States David Harden Allred (1825-1908)

Margaret Emeline Brown (1830-1847)
Julia Ann Brown (1833-1898) 26 November 1833 Pike County, Illinois 27 November 1898 Spring City, Sanpete County, Utah Isaac Newton Allred (1830-1917)

John Wesley Brown (1835-1864)
Cornelius Brown (1850-)
Henry Brown (c1851-)

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