Hannah Caroline Allred Whitlock was born 20 September 1808 in Randolph County, North Carolina to James Allred (1784-1876) and Elizabeth Warren (1786-1879) and died 23 February 1850 in Kanesville, Pottawattamie County, Iowa of unspecified causes. She married Andrew Hiram Whitlock (1805-1865) 20 September 1827 in Bedford County, Tennessee. Ancestors are from the United States.
When Hannah was three years old, she moved with her family to Bedford County, Tennessee. It was there she met Andrew Hyrum Whitlock Sr. and married him on Sept. 30th 1827 in , Bedford, Tennessee. They were sealed for all time and eternity Jan. 16th 1846 in Nauvoo.
Their first child, a daughter Sally Ray, was born there October 9, 1928.
In Hartford of September 1848 an Article states that in the census of 1820 Charles Whitlock is listed with wife and six sons and five daughters and a slave. Tradition has it that Andrew's three brothers and his father came to Missouri with Andrew and Hannah.
Andrew and Hannah moved with the saints from place to place as they were driven. At Nauvoo he was a teamster for the Prophet Joseph Smith. Their farms joined one another. During the malaria epidemic Joseph Smith came to Andrew's house to tell him what he wanted done with the team that day and saw that young Charles was very ill with fever. He crossed over to the bed and gave him a blessing. He promised him he would get well and would live to cross the plains and help many others to go on their way to the Rocky mountains.
His family was one of the first groups to leave Nauvoo for the west. While they were in Council Bluffs, Hannah gave birth to her eighth child, a son they named Andrew Hyrum. She passed away that year and was buried in Council Bluffs. She was only 40 years old. We know she was a woman of fine character. She and her mother both belonged to the Relief Society. At that time only women of fine character were admitted to the organization.
They had the following children: Sally Rae, Mary Jane, Charles, James Hardin, Elizabeth R., Nancy Maria, Thursey (Thursa) Malinda, and Andrew Hyrum Whitlock.
Hannah never made the long trek to Utah with her family as she died in Kanesville (Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie, Iowa in 1850.
|Offspring of Hannah Caroline Allred Whitlock and Andrew Hiram Whitlock (1805-1865)|
|Sally Rae Whitlock (1828-1905)|| |
|Mary Jane Whitlock (1830-1870)|| |
|Charles Whitlock (1833-1920)|| |
|James Hardin Whitlock (1836-1911)|| |
|Elizabeth Whitlock (1838-1915)|| |
|Nancy Maria Whitlock (1841-1882)|| |
|Thursey Whitlock (1844-19112)|| |
|Andrew Hyrum Whitlock (1848-1922)|