Reuben Warren Allred

Reuben Warren Allred (1815-1896) was born 18 Nov. 1815. He was the son of James Allred and Elizabeth Warren. He married Lucy Ann Butler on 4 Dec. 1836 in Ray Co., Missouri; widowed 16 Dec. 1884. He married Virginia Elizabeth Grimes on 19 Sep. 1889 in Manti, Sanpete Co., Utah Territory. He was baptized 20 Sep. 1832. He was Bishop in 1855 in Fort Ephraim, Sanpete Co., Utah Territory, which Wilford Woodruff mentioned in his journal. He died 4 Oct. 1896 in Spring City, Sanpete Co., Utah.


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    the outside wall making the wall one side of the dweling. Reuben Alread is bishop & Elijah Everett is president May 13, 1855 ~ Sunday 13th Sunday meeting at 10 oclock the Danish brethren sung. J. M. Grant preached was followed by H. C. Kimball & President Young. W Woodruff reported at the close of the meeting the company rode to Manti & held a meeting Broth Cherry lost his horses & as ...
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