Enjoy A Tour Guide to Allred Sites in Spring City

Return to Your Spring City Roots!!

Celebrating the 230th Birthday of Isaac Allred (1778-1870)

July 6 & 7, 2018
at the Historic LDS Chapel at 164 S Main Street, Spring City, Utah

Friday, July 6:  6 pm till - Hotdogs, Music and Conversation at the Pavilion near the Church Parking Lot

Saturday, July 7:  Main Reunion Day!  Registration begins at 8am.  Register now for the Cowboy Lunch ($5.00 per person)

9:30 a.m.         Business meeting.

10:00 a.m.       Presentation of the research on Isaac Allred and the Allred travel across the country by Lawrence Lewis and Alice Allred Pottmyer.

Presentation on the AFO website by Linda Allred Cooper

Presentation on the Allred Cemetery by Kaye Watson

Isaac Allred's violin will be played by his descendant Linda Isom

Break into family groups for sharing family histories:  Basic groups will be divided into the children of William Allred and Elizabeth Thrasher: James Allred and Elizabeth Warren; Isaac Allred and Mary Calvert; William Allred and Sarah Ann Warren; Sarah Allred and Anderson Ivie and Mary Allred and David Sanders.  These stories and histories will be made available for digital sharing during the day.  Scanners and printers will also be available. Bring thumb drives to transfer data if you wish. All attendee’s are encouraged to bring family stories and/or histories & memorabilia to share.

Noon:  Cowboy Cooking will cater a delicious Dutch oven lunch.  This year your lunch costs $5.00 per person  Reservations are required by June 30th so we can tell our wonderful cook (a direct descendent of Isaac Allred) how many lunches to prepare.  Please contact Joe West at pelikan@xmission.com or 801-292-3807.    Allreds living nearby are asked to bring a salad or dessert to augment the lunch.  Water will be provided.

After lunch we will have more exciting activities TBA

For places to stay in Spring City go to http://sanpetecounty.org/pages/lodging.   For information on Spring City:  http://springcitycorp.com

Rocky Mountain Allred Books

The popular second edition biography of Isaac Allred, Son of James and Elizabeth Allred,1813-1859, is reprinted. The price is $57 plus $5 shipping and handling.

This volume is basically the same as the first edition published in 2009 but contains fewer pages. The family group sheets have been eliminated from this printed version. However, there is a pocket in the cover of the second edition that contains a CD.

This saved printing costs as well as mailing for the book. The book weighs less and is easier to handle than the volume published in 2009.

The book has the history of Isaac Allred, his family and his children. There are photos of various family members. Isaac Allred played the violin and his violin has been passed to various family members over the years and is now in the possession of Linda Isom.

Missionary Diary

There is also a missionary diary of Isaac Allred's three missions in the United States. He served a
fourth mission to England, but no diary has been found. Each page of the diary was
photographed and digitally enhanced. There is a transcription of what he wrote. Period maps of
Missouri and Kentucky are highlighted in this volume. The book is $22.00 plus $5 shipping and

For further information on either the reunion or the books, contact Larry Allred at
larrycallred@msn.com, 801-558-6753 0r 801-451-2742.

Also, Larry can update you on other Allred books in progress. The children of James and Elizabeth Warren Allred

  1.  Isaac and Mary Calvert Allred

  2. William Hackley Allred

  3. Martin Carrol Allred

  4. Hannah Caroline Allred

  5. Reuben Warren Allred

  6. James Tillman Sanford Allred

  7. Andrew Jackson Allred

  8. John Franklin Lafayette Allred Biographies Available for Sale at the Reunion

Isaac Allred, son of James and Elizabeth Warren Allred.
Reddick Newton Allred, son of Isaac and Mary Calvert Allred