Andrew Jackson Allred
Part of Letter from Orson Hyde, 1 December 1877Excerpt:a very undesirable state, yet, not past redemption. Brother A. J. Allred of this place accompanied me. We labored with all our mights to do them good, and I have reason to hope that we were, mesaurably, successful. We left then on Monday morning last with reciprocal good will. Preached at Gunnison on Monday evening on our return, and on Tuesday evening, reached home, feeling not a little sore by reason of the trip I would here suggest that of the quarterly Conferences are sufficiently systematized asto the times of their Sessions ...