Reddin Allred was born 21 February 1822 in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee to Isaac Allred (1788-1870) and Mary Calvert (1793-1851) and died 8 June 1900 in Hubbard, Graham County, Arizona of unspecified causes. Ancestors are from United States.
Sandwich Islands Mission 1852-55
August 28th 1852-- I went to Great Salt Lake City to attend a special conference, called for the purpose of selecting a number of Elders to go as missionaries to the nations of the earth. President Young, Kimball and others addressed the conference when one hundred and nine Elders were called upon to make speedy preparations to go as ministers of the gospel to Europe, Asia, China, America and the Pacific Isles. Nine of the number were destined for the Hawaiian Islands,viz: Wm. McBride, Ephriam Green, Eggerton Snyder, James Lawson, Thomas Karren, Nathan Tanner, B.F. Johnson, my brother, Reddin A. Allred and myself (Reddick Newton Allred (1822-1905)). My cousin, Isaac Allred, with many others was to go to Europe -- thus three of our family were called. At the end of a mission to the Sandwich Islands, he traveled home with the William McBride Company in 1855 as indicated in his diary.
|Offspring of Isaac Allred and Matilda Stewart (1808-1900)|
|Matilda Stewart Allred (1853-1889)||12 May 1853 Cottonwood, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States||21 August 1889 Spring City, Sanpete County, Utah, United States|| John Robinson (1850-1929)|
Sidney Rigdon Allred (1837-1911)