Elizabeth Twiggs Allred was born 1732 in Orange County, North Carolina to William John Twiggs (1706-1790) and Elizabeth Diffee (1707-1790) and died 28 October 1827 Randolph County, North Carolina, United States of unspecified causes. She married Thomas Allred (1730-1809) 1752 in Randolph County, North Carolina, United States.
Will of Elizabeth Twiggs Allred
Transcription by J.U. Allred at Greensboro NC.:
November Term, 1827 Will of Elizabeth Allred of North Carolina In the Name of God Amen, I Elizabeth Allred being in a low state of health but of sound mind and memory do make this my last will and testament. First - I give and bequeth to Samuel Allred one walnut chest, one pair of dressers. Second - I give to Elizabeth Duncan one pewter dish and pewter basin, Thirdly - I give to Sarah Elliot one stand of curtains. Fourthly - I give to William Allred Sr. one pewter tankage. Fifthly - I give to Thomas Allred, son of Eli Allred, a certain tract of land lying on the waters of Sandy Creek adjoining Samuel Trodgen, Containing 144 acres. Sixthly - I give to John Diffee one sheep. Seventhly - I give to Elizabeth Laughlin one sheep.
The balance of my estate to be sold and an equal division made between my living brothers and sisters, and where any of my brothers are deceased their children to have one share with the living, except John Diffee, Sr. and Elizabeth Laughlin, and I appoint Elisha Coffin executor. Oct 27, 1827 Elizabeth Allred (mark) ---
|Offspring of Thomas Allred and Elizabeth Twiggs (1732-1827)|
|James Allred (1754-)|
|William Allred (1756-1808)||1756 Hillsborough, Randolph County, North Carolina, United States||13 November 1808 Bedford County, Tennessee, United States||Elizabeth Thrasher (1754-1841)|
|Elias Allred (1758-1839)|
|John Allred (1760-1850)|
|Eli Allred (1766-1856)|
|Elizabeth Allred (1768-1833)|
|Thomas Allred (1771-1838)|
|Moses Allred (1769-1863)||14 May 1769 Hillsborough, Randolph County, North Carolina||1863 Franklin County, Alabama||Elizabeth Hollingsworth|
|Levi Allred (1772-1877)|
|Rachel Allred (1773-1856)|