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SAMUEL ALLIN, REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIER 
1756 - 1841 
of North Carolina and Kentucky 



A record of his many descendants 
1756 - 1960 



Compiled by Maud B. Allen 
Indexed by Flora F. Iverson and Carma Iverson 

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This record is dedicated to the memory of my beloved husband 
WILFORD J. ALLEN, without whose kind help and encouragement its 



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PREFACE 



The compiling of this Allen Record, the story of the forefathers of my children, began at the request of 
father William Coleman Allen, pioneer of 1847 to Utah, who commissioned me to gather his genealogy for 
his posterity. The foundation was given to me in 1926, just before his death, in two hand-written family 
records of his father Andrew Jackson Allen and his own personal record. In the two first generations there was 
only one date, that of Rial Allen, 1791, and his wife, 1784. This seemed strange, but was later proved to be 
correct by Pulaski Court vital records which also showed the date of his marriage, 21 Oct. 1806 by Thomas 
Hill. 

Much correspondence with a Mr. Hillier of the National Archives at Washington, D.C. proved Samuel 
Allin's pension record as a Revolutionary Soldier, gave us the first positive PROOF of his age, and provided much 
valuable information from his records. 

On a trip to Washington, D.C. in 1934, it was a great thrill and a privilege for me to browse through 
Samuel's personal record at the National Archives and to read his personal papers, his complete file concerning 
his pension records, a promisory note to Robert Childress, his statement in 1783 "that his mother was ill and 
lived alone with a Negro servant" thus preventing him from serving a third enlistment. How very gratifying 
all of this information is to a genealogical researcher. Census records of 1850 of the Aliens of Pulaski County 
were also very gratifying. 

The next stop was Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky. With strange misgivings, the families of de- 
scendants were contacted. They were all very gracious and were most willing to give of their knowledge and 
assistance. Following a week at Somerset, trips were made to Illinois, Indiana, Missouri and Iowa where 
the descendants of Samuel's son David had settled and part of Rial's descendants remained. Visits to the 
graves, pictures of the stones, and most of all, contact with David's posterity all helped to make this record 
possible. 

It is hoped that mistakes have been kept minor. Through the years much is left to the memories of mem- 
bers of the families, and unintentionally errors in dates are given. Through no fault of the compiler, this 
problem of incorrect records sometimes mars the family picture. It is hoped that the errors which may appear 
may be very few. 

Years of research on the Easter family has not brought much satisfaction. There were many Easters in 
Hyde County, North Carolina in 1850, but our Easters were definitely from South Carolina. NANCY EASTER 
was born in South Carolina but her ancestry has not as yet been positively proven (1966). 

Maud B. Allen 



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No great literary accomplishment is claimed in preparing a history or a genealogy of a given family. 
It is really a collecting of names and dates, with a location given, of many family sources, taken from old 
letters, Bibles, and from the traditional historical events which made up people's lives, as well as records of 
government and court proceedings. 

A complete genealogy is almost an impossibility, for so many people, caught up in the strife and tur- 
moil of life, who for lack of time or desire, have left very little in the form of material to make it possible 
to form a perfect pedigree and history of a family. It is of great benefit to one who is attempting to com- 
pile a genealogy to have his letters acknowledged and a correspondent become interested. For the response 
to and kind assistance of answers to my queries through the many years, I give credit for the following records. 

Maud B. Allen 



SAMUEL ALLIN - THE QUESTION OF HIS ANCESTRY 
Maud Bliss Allen 

In 1926 father William Coleman Allen came to me with the two hand-written records--his own and his 
father's, Andrew Jackson Allen. Andrew Jackson had started his record by 1850. He said, "1 am leaving 
these books with you. I want you to be the genealogist of both the Smith and Allen families, and these books 
are the Aliens. I am leaving them entirely in your care. " Then he said, "This page is the family of my 
grandfather Rial Allen and his wife Margaret. These are his children, but the ONLY date we have is the birth 
by year of Rial, 1791, and of Margaret, 1784. She was older. This is the only record we have of his father, 
SAMUEL ALLEN, and wife Nancy Easter, but these are their children. " There were no dates. Then he said 
(and it is probably significant), "You won't be able to go any farther back than grandfather Samuel. " I have 
regretted through the years that I did not tlien say "WHY?" This answer may have solved a question that is 
still unanswered after 36 years of diligent research. 

The books were carefully laid away, and in 1929 Archibald F. Bennett started a genealogical class for 
beginners. After four years of lessons and study with Archibald Bennett, I felt competent enough to work on 
the Allen line and started the research. Andrew Jackson Allen wrote in his record, "My grandfather Samuel 
Allen was born under the Blue Ridge mountains, the side of which is blue in the evening light. He was born 
in a wild land of game, forests and rushing waters. Here on the fork of a creek that runs into a foaming 
river is a cabin that was chinked with red mud. He came into the world a subject of King George III, in that 
pan of the realm known as the "PROVINCE of NORTH CAROLINA" but was of English and Irish descent. " 
Bless him for writing this small sketch. It does give the place of birth. 

Figuring his approximate age, it seemed likely that he would be listed in the Revolutionary War roster. 
Upon contacting the War Department in Washington D.C., I was fortunate in entering into correspondence 
with Mr. Hillier. The following war record papers were sent to me by him, copies of which are entered in 
this record. 

In 1934 the opportunity came for me to go to Washington, D.C. I went to the National Archives and 
studied every scrap of paper in the files on Samuel Allen . His statement that in 1783 his mother was 
desperately ill and lived alone with only a Negro servant, and he had to secure the services of ROBERT 
CHILDRESS to go in his stead, careful handling of his promissory note for substitute payments, etc. , etc. , and 
many other papers gave little of his ancestry. After a thorough search of the census records, I felt that the 
next stop should be Somerset, Kentucky. Direct contact now seemed the best method to learn something about 
SAMUEL ALLEN, By this time I had learned that he always spelled his name ALLIN (the Irish spelling), but 
the families and recorders spelled it ALLEN . 

Many of his descendants had been privileged to live long lives, but they still had good memories and 
keen minds. I sought them out, always with the question, "What about Samuel's parents?" The answer was 
always the same, perhaps worded a little different. "Samuel's parents? Well, we know so linle. His mother 



was a Miss Warren, and we know the Aliens came from Ireland. " I went to see Mary Allen Tibbals who said, 
tSrandfather Samuel Allen was an only child, and he was born to a Miss Warren who was in her fiftieth year 
at the time. " "Lum" Columbus Allen of Elihu, Kentucky said, "Well Mrs. Allen, there is nothing to tell 
except that Samuel's mother was a Miss Warren and she was past forty-nine when he was born. An only child, 
you know. " From Vol Allen, from Mary Holton, and from Eliza Frazure, who so kindly assisted me with the 
gathering of many of the families, the same answer, "His mother was a Miss Warren and he was born just be- 
fore she was fifty years of age. " 

This brings to mind the question, why did everyone say "Miss Warren?" We do know that the Warren 
families came up from South Carolina to Kentucky and settled in Somerset, and the names CERENUS and 
CHIENA WARREN are both contained in the Allen families up to the present time. The David Allen descen- 
dants told the same story . 

After thirty -six years of extensive study and research, we are still wrestling with this same problem -- 
the name of the mother of SAMUEL ALLIN and the ancestor ALLIN of Irish "extraction. " This "Miss Warren, 
b 1707" evidently was either the sister or the daughter of CIRENUS WARREN. Both names, Warren and 
CERENUS are still prevalent in the Allen line down to this last generation. There has to be a connection 
somewhere. The name VOLUNTINE (which is a surname in the southern states) is also a name to be con- 
sidered. The spelling is VOLUNTINE, although in later years the families have changed the spelling to 
VALENTINE. 

This 36 years of diligent search comprizes the North Carolina Court records (87 vol. ), Orphanage Court 
records, Census and National Archive records. Revolutionary War records in the National Archives, Daughters 
of the American Revolution Library and the Library of Congress, the Virginia Library, the Chicago Newbury 
Library, the Salt Lake Genealogical Library and the many trips to important localities and places, cemetaries 
and periodicals containing lists of "Notes and Queries" read through years of research. The latter may some 
day yield us the answer we desire. Until PROOF is given of Samuel's parentage, the pedigree remains the 
same. A wrong name on a pedigree is the most disastrous thing that can happen. Positive PROOF will 
gladly be accepted with the authority and proof. 

Sincerely, 
MAUD B. ALLEN 



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TO MY ANCESTORS 

I see you toiling down the tedious years, 
You bearded, bent and gaunt old pioneers. 
Sowing and reaping, sowing once again, 
In patience, for an unborn race of men. 

I see you struggling in the wilderness. 
Where failure meant starvation, and success 
A cabin in the clearing, roughhewed, rude. 
Garments of homespun, and the humblest food. 

Genealogy tells me whence you came: 
I only know a few of you by name; 
Yet, in my heart, I know that most of you 
Were valiant, strong and honest, too. 

But one a gentle dreamer was, I know. 
Who, lured by shadows, let the substance go. 
'Twas he who crossed the trackless, wOd prairie. 
I'm glad he handed down his dreams to me. 

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ELLA MAUD (BLISS) ALLEN 

b 1 February 1880 

md 20 June 1902 

to WILFORD J. ALLEN 

d 3 July 1968 

Compiler of this ALLEN GENEALOGY 




Genealogy 
Expert 
Dies At 88 



Maud Blis£ Allen, 88, 220 Can- 
yon Rd,, nationally recognized 
genealogist, (bed Wednesday in 
Salt Lake City 
of causes inci- 
dent to age. 

Mrs. Allen 
devoted the past 
40 years of her 
life to genealogi- 
c a 1 research. 
Her books are 
found in many 
of the great 
genealogical li- 
braries of fte „ .„ 
United States. **"• *"«" 

A member of The Chmrh of 
Jesus Christ of Latter-day 
Saints, she served as a teacher 
in the Young Women's Mutual 
Improvement Assn. and in 
genealogical classes. 

Mrs. Allen was bom Feb. 1, 
1880, in Salt Lake Oty, a daugh- 
ter of Charles Henry and 
Matilda Wilcox Bliss. She grad- 
uated from LDS Business Col- 
lege. 

On June 20, 1902, she was 
married to Wilford Jackson 
Allen. Their marriage was later 
solemnized in the Salt Lake 
Temple. Mr. Allen died April 6, 
1949. 

The mother of nine children, 
she was a gold star mother. 
Five of her sons served in 
World War H. 

Servlving are two daughters 
and four sons, Mrs. C. Bicknell 
(Ruby) Robbins, Salt Lake City; 
Mrs. Alfred (Mignon) Holfert, 
Silver Spring, Md.; Lt Cmdr. 
Bruce B. Allen, Palo Alto, 
Calif.; Duana Allen, Miami, 
Fla.; Capt. Arthur E. Allen of 
the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Of- 
fice, Sandy; Lorin S. Allen, St. 
Paul, Minn.; 25 grandchildren; 
48 great-grandchildren, and one 
brother, Walter S. Bliss, Chica- 
go- 
Funeral services will be held 
Saturday at 2 p.m. at 4760 S. 
State St., where friends may call 
Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. and Sat- 
urday one hour before the ser- 
vices. Burial will be in the Salt 
Lake City cemetery. 



ALLEN 

Origin of the Name 

The name ALLEN was originally a place name. Although their opinions differ to some extent, English, 
German, French and Latin authors who have commented upon the derivation of the name come to the follow- 
ing conclusion: the name is from the ARYAN root (a-l-a) meaning mountainous. It is first found as a place 
name in the uplands of ancient Samatta, north of the Caspian Sea, where Mount AUanus was located, and 
from whence the powerful Allans derived their name prior to the Christian Era. According to Clausius these 
people were descended from the Massagetea who defeated Cyrus the Great 350 years B,. C. 

It is also significant that about the same time we find the Celtic root Al, meaning high or sometimes 
white or bright, among the place names of Scotland where the Demnii, the original tribe found there on 
Ceaser's arrival in 55 B.C., lived. These people must have settled there at a much earlier date. This 
tribe had a town called Alan or Alwan situated on a river of the same name which the Romans latinized to 
Alanna. Many places in Ancient Britain have names derived from "Al. " Fitz Allen or Allan was one of the 
earliest to have this name in England. There are many spellings: AUyn, Allyne, AUen, AUin, Allan and 
others, but it is evident that the name was originally from the Ayran root and planted by the Ayrans as a 
place name where they located and thence carried it to other places in Britain, Scotland and elsewhere. 



ALLEN COAT OF ARMS 

There are many coats of arms in the heraldry of the Allen race, and many definitions: a hound or one 
who is fleet, majestic, graceful; bright, fair, handsome; Irish-Alwin, Alain. Chaucer applied the name to a 
breed of large dogs. In Scotland the name was at one time McAlain. The original ancestor was descended 
from the monarch of Ireland in the 5th century from whom all the sovereigns of Scotland and many of those 
of England were descended. One of the first to use the surname was Thomas Allen, Sheriff of London, 1214 - 
1273. 

Henry Aleyn (Hundred Rolls) 
p 24 Derivation of Names 
Comp. Am. Gen. 

Aliens of Ireland bore as coats of arms. Ar a chev gu bet 3 torteaux each charged with a talbot pas or 
on a chief as. A lion pass bet two cresent erm. Creat:- a demi heraldic tiger or and gu gorged with a collar 
counter charged, chained or holding bet the paws a flower of three branches proper. Motto: Fortis et Fidelis. 

Also Arms per Fess sable and or, a pale engrailed countercharged and three talbots passant of the second, 
collars gules Crest: a talbot passant or, collared gules. 




Very little is knov'^/n of the ancestiy of Samuel Allin, Revolutionary War soldier. His parents came from 
Ireland, it is said, and the surname of his mother was Warren. 

Through many years of research there has been no substantial proof to verify this story handed down by 
his descendants. From the same source comes the story that Samuel was an only child and that his mother 
was in her fiftieth year when he was born. Samuel Allen does not state in his Revolutionary papers where 
he was born. However, he enlisted in Bedford Court House, Virginia. He states that after his second enlist- 
ment he moved to Orange County, North Carolina. His marriage occurred there 27 August 1782. The list 
of the names in the wills of the Aliens of Orange County, North Carolina fit in perfectly with our own 
families. It is probable that they were kin. However, nothing has been proved to substantiate this except 
the similarity of names and location. 



Samuel AUin was born, according to his own statement, the 30th of December, 1756. In the record of 
Andrew Jackson Allen, his grandson who kept a very fine record, in the journal of his life he says, "Andrew 
Jackson Allen's grandfather was born under the Blue Ridge, the side of which is blue in the evening light. 
He was bom in a wild land of game, forests and rushing waters. Here, on the fork of a creek that runs into 
a foaming river is a cabin that was chinked with red mud. He came into the world a subject of King George 
the third in that part of the realm known as the Province of North Carolina and was of English and Irish 
descent as far as we have been able to learn. " This statement is taken from the family record of "William 
Coleman Allen, Ancestry and Descendants, " on the last page. 

"Samuel Allin, (resided Pulaski County, Ky. ) served Va. Mai. pnd, 1835."(V. 256) Soldiers and Sailors, 
page 102 by Virkus. On Sept. 7, 1841, the pensioner certified that he had been a resident in Pulaski 
County, Ky. for the space of thirty -eight years past, and that previous thereto he had resided in Chester 
County, State of South Carolina. No R-8009-IIMB. General Accounting Office. Samuel Allen 78 acres - 
1805 Pulaski, on Cold weather Creek bottom water Fishing Creek also 47 acres April 23, 1815 Fishing Creek, 
Land grants. 

In 1803 Samuel Allin went with his family into the valley of Kentucky (nine miles out of what is now 
Somerset) in a covered wagon pulled by two double yoke of oxen. He came across a little valley encircled 
by hills with only one entrance. Here he decided to settle. As he took his family and wagon down into 
this valley, around the winding edge of the hill, he had to cut two large trees and fasten them to the back 
of the wagon and drag them after it to keep it from rolling down the hill on the hoofs of his oxen. The 
valley is very beautiful. The bottom of the valley is very fertile. Fishing Creek runs to the north of the 
land. The hills contain much slate rock. They are covered with foliage. To the south on the side of the 
hill he cleared the timber from an acre of land and this land has been in constant cultivation for the past 
one hundred and thirty years. Along the edge of Fishing Creek grow cedar, spruce and oak. The soil is 
rich and fertile and one can imagine the pleasure and contentment derived from farming and the raising of 
stock in so beautiful a place. 

Here Samuel built a home in 1803, one of the finest of its kind in the period in which it was built. It 
was one and one half stories and made of logs. In the top part were two rooms and a fire place. There was 
a fire place down stairs and the ground floor was also divided into two rooms. The home faces south and 
is located a short distance from the creek. It stands today with its narrow staircase and partly decayed wooden 
floor, a relic of a forgotten past and a sturdy generation who thrived in this little nook of the lovely blue 
grass country. Years ago this log cabin was weather boarded so the logs are not visable. (1934) 

Samuel Allin and his wife Nancy are buried about ten rods west of their home, on the banks of Fishing 
Creek. Their graves are covered with green. In this cozy, shaded nook near the cedar and oak trees, lie the 
remains of this pioneer couple with their grandson. Near them are the graves of their three slaves. Their 
graves are marked with a stone taken from the hills. On this slate-like slab is inscribed "Samuel AUin, born 
30 Dec. 1756, died 11 Dec. 1841. " On the other, which is now broken into three parts is "Nancy Allen 
died 11 Feb. 1829. " 

For many years these stones lay covered and unnoticed. Mr. Cornelius Wesley, the owner of this planta- 
tion, found them and took up the stones for the writer, scrubbed and scoured them, and the crude markings 
are now legible. He takes great pleasure in caring for these graves. The Daughters of the American Revolu- 
tion are making an effort at the present time (1936) to have the government put suitable markers on the 
Revolutionary War veterans' graves, and the families of these descendants wiU make every, effort to put a 
marker at the resting place of Nancy Easter Allen. 

Maud B. Allen (1934) 
Written 1936 



VETERANS ADMINISTRATION 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 



September 21, 1931 

This letter refers to your file No. 
In reply refer to BA -J -AW F 

Mrs. Wilford J. Allen 
Salt Lake City, Utah 

Dear Madam: 

You are advised that it appears from the papers in the Revolutionary pension claim, S. 2343, that Samuel 
Allin was born December 30th, 1756, place not stated. 

He enlisted in Bedford Court House, Virginia in the Spring or summer of year not given, and served six 
months in Captain David Grissoms' Company, Col. Jefferson's Virginia Regiment. 

After this service he moved to Orange County, North Carolina. He stated that Captain David Grissom 
also moved to Orange County, North Carolina. 

Samuel Allen, while residing in said Orange County, served nine months in Captain David Grissom's 
North Carolina Company, and was in the battles of Guilford Court House and Eutaw Springs. 

He enlisted the year that Comwallis surrendered, but his mother was taken very sick, he hired a substitute, 
Robert Childress, to serve in his stead. 

Samuel Allen was allowed pension on his application executed November 19th, 1832, then a resident of 
PULASKI County, Ky. 

There are no data as to his family, other than the reference to his mother, as given above. 

Very truly yours, 

(signed) A. D. Hiller, 
Assistant to Administrator 



VETERANS ADMINISTRATION 
WASHINGTON 

In Reply Refer to: 

BA-J-EEL January 11, 1932 

Mrs. Wilford Allen 
Salt Lake City, Utah 

Dear Madam: 

Reference is made to your letter of recent date relative to securing the date of death of Samuel Allin, a 
soldier of the Revolutionary War, whose history was furnished you on September 21, 1931. 

In order to secure the date of last payment of pension, the name and address of person paid, and possibly 
the date of death of the Revolutionary War pensioner, Samuel Allin (S. 2343), you should address the 



Comptroller General, General Accounting Office, Records Division, this city, citing all of the following 
data: 

Samuel Allin, Certificate No. 22240, issued October 18, 1833, rate $50 per annum, commenced March 
4, 1831, Act of June 7, 1832, Kentucky Agency. 

The Revolutionary War records of this office do not show a claim for pension on file on account of the 
services of a David Allen, as described by you. 

Very truly yours, 

(signed) A. D. HILLER 
Assistant to Administrator 



GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFnCE 
WASHINGTON 



Records Division 

In Reply Please Quote 
R-7998-RMB 

Mrs. WUfordJ. Allen 
Salt Lake City, Utah 

Madam: 



April 19, 1932 



In reply to your letter of March 8, 1932 requesting Information concerning Samuel Allin, Certificate 
#22240, Kentucky Agency, a pensioner of the Revolutionary War, you are advised the records of this office 
show the last payment of pension covering period from March 4, to September 4, 1841, was made to E. 
Thompson, as attorney for the pensioner at Lexington, Kentucky, on September 30, 1841. 

On September 7, 1841, the pensioner certified that he had resided in Pulaski County, Kentucky for the 
space of thirty eight years past; and that previous thereto he resided in Chester County, State of South 
Carolina. 

No further Information has been found of record In this office. 

Respectfully, 



(signed) N. W. Richardson 
Chief, Records Division 



"COPY" 

STATE OF KENTUCKY 

OFFICE AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 

FRANKFORT 



Mrs. W. J. Allen 
Salt Lake City, Utah 



Feb. 13th, 1934 



Dear Madam: 

Your letter received asking location of land in Pulaski County, Ky. in the name of William Spears: 

100 Acres-1799 Pulaski on Fishing Creek. 
72 Acres -1806 Pulaski on Pointers Camp Creek. 
300 Acres-1835 Pulaski on Pointers Camp Creek. 



Samuel Allen 

78 Acres-1805 Pulaski, on Cold Weather Creek, bottom water of Fishing Creek 

47 Acres-Apr. 23, 1815 Fishing Creek (Filson Club Publication) 



These are the only grants I find in these names. 
Price of certified copies-$l. 50 



Respectfully, 

(signed) Mrs. E. B. Addams 



FINDINGS OF MAUD BLISS ALLEN AT 
WASHINGTON D.C., 1934 and 1939 

SAMUEL ALLIN - His pension papers on file at National Archives, Pension Bureau. 

Although the Census Bureau sent me the record of Samuel Allen, North Carolina and Virginia (he spelled 
the name AUin ), in compiling this record I desired to go through these papers and see what more I could 
LEARN ABOUT THIS RECORD. This I did in 1934 and again in 1938 at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. 
It was very thrilling to hold and examine the note he gave from receiving the services of one ROBERT 
CHILDRESS, a substitute for his last enlistment, who went in his stead, and it is well to mention that at a 
later date, one Robert Childress married an Easter. It all fits in that this may have been his future brother- 
in-law, but there is no positive proof. 

Following are my own notes taken from this pension file: Declaration, in order to obtain the benefit of 
the act of Congress June 7th, 1832. 

Maud B. Allen 



STATE OF KENTUCKY, PULASKI COUNTY 

On this 19th day of November 1832 personally appeared before the County Court, Samuel Allin Sr. aged 
76 on the 30th day of Dec. next. That he had enlisted in the County of Bedford in the State of Virginia as a 
mounted volunteer Militia, furnishing his own horse and rifle gun--in the same year that the big frost fell. 



which was the 4th day of May and was the same year he volunteered to perform a term of duty of six months 
at Bedford Court House in the State of Virginia under Capt. Davis Gripsom, his Col. named Jefferson. The 
troup to which he belonged marched from Bedford Court House to Hillsborough in the State of North Carolina, 
from thence to Guilford Court House, marching to the border of South Carolina and performing many other 
trips or tours. He being very young at the time. 

2nd term of Duty in Orange Co. , N.C. by same Capt. Gripsom and discharged. The same Samuel Allin 
and said Capt. David Gripsom both moved from Beford County Va. to the State of North Carolina and settled 
in Orange County of that state, (N,C,) that he, the said Samuel Allin volunteered to perform a second term 
of duty as a mounted Volunteer Militia of nine months term, equipping himself as in the first tour, with his 
own rifle gun and horse, and in the company of the same Captain Davis Gripsom, then of Orange Co. , N.C. 
at Hillsboro in same state of North Carolina as a militia man, scouting after the Tories. In his second term 
of duty he marched from Hillsborough at the battle of Guilford under the command of Gen. Butler. Afterwards 
the troup to which he belonged marched to the Catawba River. There he met General Sumpter O. Green of 
the regular army and marched from there to the high hills of Santes in the State of South Carolina in view of 
the British Army, but not being able to cross over "The troops of the American Army, to which I belonged, 
were marched back and crossed about the mouth of the Santa River over to Thompson's Fort where the enemy 
lay, but they had left there before our army reached the place. " Arriving at Thompson''s Fort with three days 
provisions, pursued the enemy to the Eutaw Springs at which place the American Army came up with the 
British Army and put them to flight after a very severe battle, taking many prisoners. After the battle the 
army was marched back to Thompson's Fort while there my said tour of duty of nine months expired, but was 
not discharged as it was said that lest the men might scatter and be taken by the Tories, but got a written 
discharge from my Captain in Orange County North Carolina, the County and place of my enlistments. 

Afterward he, Samuel Allin, volunteered in the said County of Orange, in the State of North Carolina, 
the month of July 1782 at Stagg's Old Field, being the place of mustering of the Company to which he belonged 
in the County of Orange. He volunteered to perform a term of duty of eighteen months. 

He turned out as a volunteer in Capt. Davis Gripsom again which is his third and last tour as a footman 
belonging to what was called the North Carolina Militia, but before the muster or before the company of 
Capt. Gripsom --Col. Wallace with his army vacated Hillsborough and marched with his army to Little York 
where he surrendered to the American Army under the command of General George Washington, but of this 
term of duty he states that before the Company marched to where it belonged, his mother was taken dangerously 
ill or sick, and the family consisting only of her, himself and a Negro girl, he was compelled to furnish a sub- 
stitute (to-wit) Robert Childress to perform the last named tour. He had to promise to him, the said Robert 
Childress, the sum of one hundred and sixty pounds in to take his said AUin's place and perform said tour of 
duty for him, for which the said Samuel Allin, afterwards on the 24th day of Feb. 1783 did pay. His Promis- 
sory Note without his signature, is on file, his name being torn off after payment being made and Childress 
finished for said Allin with said discharge. 

All payments of notes in those days were acknowledged by tearing off of signature and giving it to maker 
of note. 

Maud B. Allen 



Samuel Allin, in applying for pension states, "I enlisted at Bedford Court House, went with Captain David 
Grissom. Moved from Bedford County Va. to the State of North Carolina, and settled in Orange County, 
North Carolina. Enlisted again, and marched from the high hills of "Santes" in the State of South Carolina, 
in view of the British Army; camped about a month on the Santes (or Saxtes) River. Marched to Ft. Thompson 
where the enemy lay, but they had left before our arrival. We went on foot, had three days provisions. 
Pursued the enemy to Eutaw Springs, at which place the American army came up with the British Army, and 
put them to flight after a very severe battle, taking many prisoners they returned to Ft. Thomas. " 

Copied, National Archives--M. B. Allen 



At the beginning of his last enlistment, before the month Capt. Comwallis surrendered to General 
George Washington, Comwallis with his army at Hillsboro (N. C. ) marched his army to Little York, 
where he surrendered to the American Army. Just before the march of this company, to which Samuel 
AUin belonged, his mother was taken dangerously ill, and the family consisted only of himself, 
his mother and a Negro girl. He was compelled on account of her condition to furnish a substitute, to-wit, 
Robert Childress to perform said last named tour and had to promise to this said Childress the sum of 160 
pounds. This was for three months enlistment. 

At Washington, D.C. among the papers and affidavits on file referring to this claim, is the original 
note given to Robert Childress, a piece of paper about 2 1/2 inches wide, five inches in length, with the 
signature torn off. The note follows: 

"I promise to pay, or cause to be paid to Robert Childress or his or her - - (Out) the just and full sum 
of one hundred and sixty pounds on or before the 25th day of December, 1786 it being for value received 
as witness my hand and seal this 24th day of February 1783. " 

Testjas. Alston 

The attendant at the Pension files where these papers were kept stated that payment of all notes and 
bills was acknowledged by the tearing off of the signature and giving it to the signer instead of a receipt, 
as proof of payment. 

M. B. AUen 



No greater thrill was experienced by the writer of this account than to be privileged to handle these 
papers and records which had been in the posession of the progenators of another generation- -those of our 
forefathers who had fought and suffered for the liberty of our Nation. Some of the writing in these records 
is faded and worn, and in the above named bill, it is far from legible. 

Samuel AUin (he always spelled his name Allin) always signed papers with an X or cross for his mark. 



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PROMISORY NOTE OF SAMUEL ALLEN, 1783 

Among his papers in the National Archive File 

Pennsylvania Ave. , Washington, D.C. 

Photographed by Maud B. Allen 



In the Valley of Kentucky 
Where the grass is ever blue, 
And the birds are singing s^%'eetly 
All the Day. 

There I met a dark eyed maiden. 
The dearest girl I ever knew. 
One day she died 
And then I went away. 

My heart is ever pining, 

For my dear old southern home, 

For in my dreams 1 oft' times 

Think I see 

Just a picture of the meadow, 

And the corn field too. 

Which brings back 

Tender memories to me. 

Take me back to old Kentucky, 
To the home I love so weU, 
The scene of my dear childhood, 
And the resting place of Nell. 
All my heart is daily pining 
For the sun, that's ever shining 
In that valley of Kentucky, 
My home sweet home. 

Author unknown 




SAMUEL ALLEN'S PLANTATION. This beautiful valley of 400 acres where Samuel Allen built his home was 
almost completely surrounded by a slate-rock chain of hills. It was later made into a lake fed by the flowing 
waters of beautiful Fishing Creek. Here in this beautiful vaUey, Samuel's thoroughbreds roamed at will and 
grazed upon the rich meadow grass, frolicked in the bright sunshine, and enhanced the valuable plantation. 



1966 '*' I'T^'U. 

1. SAMUEL ALLEN , Rev. Wat soldier, born the 30th of December 1956. married 27 August 1782 NANCY 
EASTER. They were married in Hillsboro, Orange Co. , North Carolina, The record states Hester, but 
this is a mistake. All family records of the Aliens state her name was Easter. The date of her birth is 
uncertain, but she was born in Chester County, South Carolina. This marriage is recorded on p. 13 "No. 
and So. Carolina Marriages. " He died according to his tomb-stone the 11th of December 1841 age y 
eighty-five years. He was spry and active up to the time of his death. Nancy died the 13th of February 
1829. Both are buried with a grandson Gilmer Allen, and three of his slaves on the banks of Fishing Creek 
ten rods west of his home built in 1803. 

Note . Since writing the above, the valley Samuel settled and where he lived for thirty -eight years, tilling 
his soil, and growing his thoroughbred horses and prize cattle, was sold to the County of Pulaski, and today 
it is a wonderful reservoir or lake, filled with the rushing waters of Fishing Creek before it goes down to the 
Cumberland Gap. The small entrance, and the natural small outlet from this valley, with between forty- 
five and more acres of deep valley, made a wonderful natural reservoir. The county tried for years to 
purchase it, but Cornelius Wesley, the owner was loath to turn his home and plantation over to be covered 
with water, for there were the six graves resting in the quiet shade of the tall trees on the banks of the 
creek, the graves were the resting places of the Rev. Soldier, with his dear wife, and others. Here a monu- 
ment was placed by the daughters of the Revolution, but time makes way for more modern needs, and 
necessities, so the place was sold and the graves moved to the City Cemetery in Somerset. All vestige of 
the past removed, and though the blue waters cover its many landmarks and trees, the memory of an old 
log home, a discarded fireplace, an old spinning wheel in the corner of the room, a tall bell that used to 
call the hungry men to a fine hot dinner, the gardens and the fertile valley are of the past, the vivid picture 
of it all will remain in this writer's vision always. 

We started out by visiting the families and descendants of the town and gathering the desired information. 
Everyone was so kind and lovely and willing to assist, that it was a great pleasure to gather this ALLEN 
record, the descendants of Samuel Allin. 

His children were five, namely: 

2. John Allen, b 1783 in North Carolina, md Rachel McDaniels 12 March 1804 at Somerset, Pulaski County, 

Kentucky, He d 4 April 1851. 

3. Frankey Allen, b 6 May 1784, d 6 May 1846, md April 1805 Samuel Dick, early pioneer of Kentucky. 

4. Rial Allen, b 1791 in North Carolina, d 29 September 1865, md Margaret Evins, b 1784 over six years 

his senior. She was born in Knox County, Tennessee, and she married in Somerset, Pulaski County, 
Kentucky, and died there 17 September 1843. 

5. David Allen, b 19 November 1797, d 18 October 1881, md Martha (Patsy) Harris, 23 December 1816. 

6. Samuel Allen, b 15 September 1799 at Charleston, South Carolina, d 28 August 1870, md Nancy Spears 

15 December 1818, Samuel Jr. and Nancy were early pioneers to Lane County, Oregon. 

See Lane County, Oregon history. 



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HOME BUILT IN 1803 NEAR SOMERSET, KENTUCKY BY SAMUEL ALLEN, 




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THE CHURCHYARD IN THE NOOK 

The large book held a history 
Of members of the family tree. 
Pictures all arranged in place 
A home. . . an old familiar face. 
Names of Kinsfolk, distant--near 
Their birth and death dates listed here. 
Many letters- -held with care-- 
Unfolded on the pages there. 

Impressed by all there was to see, 

I turned the pages leisurely, 

For there was beauty of a kind 

And treasured memories brought to mind. 

The photograph I chanced to see 

Might take me back a century 

Far off the dusty road it stood 

This little church, deep in the wood: 

Half hidden by the lofty trees 
Untouched by winter's furied breeze, 
There in the yard, on either side — 
Where chiseled stones were set with pride, 
I slowly crossed the green, one day 
And knelt with humble heart to pray. 
I felt the trickle of a tear 
Recalling days of yester year. 

The blossoms placed beside the stone. 
The sacred moments there — alone; 
The twilight hour, gone to nest 
Where once a loved was laid to rest. 
Today are many stories told 
By those who knew this place of old. 
For there were those of might and fame 
Whose epitaph is but a name. 

The pen has written many times 
Of brave adventures--verses--rhymes 
But none more interesting to hear 
Than of the gallant Pioneer. 

With dignity and faith and grace, 

The sunset years I hope to face. 

My steps may falter by and by-- 

And stars grow dim against the sky 

But when I weary of the pace 

And seek a final resting place — 

The closing chapter of my book 

Will read--"The Churchyard in the Nook. ' 

Viola M. Allen 



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SAMUEL AND NANCY (EASTER) ALLEN'S GRAVES 




SAMUEL ALLIN b No. C. 30 Dec. 1756, died in Pulaski Co. Ky, 11 Dec. 1841 in his 85th year, 
md. NANCY EASTER of Columbia So. C. 27 Aug. 1782 at Hillsborough, North Carolina. Samuel, a 
soldier of the Revolutionary War, enlisted three times. For a time he lived in South Carolina where Samuel, 
his last child, was born. In 1803 he migrated to Pulaski County, Kentucky with the Warren, Adams, Easters, 
and other South Carolina families, (from Judge Adams record) 

When they reached the beautiful valley in Pulaski County, Kentucky, they were so enchanted they 
decided to go no further. They settled in the village of Somerset. Nine miles west of Somerset, Samuel 
took up 400 acres of land on the shore of Fishing Creek, and later added many more adjoining acres. Here 
in 1803 he built the one and one-half story log cabin, two rooms upstairs with a fire place where in the 
winter months they could enjoy the warmth of the vast timber covering his plantation. Later this home was 
clapboatded and made into a rustic dwelling. 



Privileged to visit this plantation in 1933, it was a thrill for me to climb the old rickety stair, caress 
reverently the old spinning-wheel in the corner, and walk so silently over the worn threshold with memories 
of a long forgotten past. The most interesting of all was the home made door knob and latch, aU wooden. 



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which Samuel himself carved and arranged without a single nail or screw. A picture of this was taken so pos- 
terity might see the ingenuity of our early pioneers. 

About ten rods west of the cabin, in a shady nook, on the shores of beautiful Fishing Creek stood the graves 
of Samuel and Nancy Allen, with an infant grandson, Gilmore Allen, and near them, the graves of three of the 
Allen slaves. A picture of these graves is on the preceeding page. Today the Allen plantation is no more. It 
was an ideal spot for a conservation of water, being located so near the Cumberland and the vast Fishing Creek. 
The Government moved the graves and today a lake covers the plantation. 

Maud B. Allen 

Placing the fragrant blooms beside the headstones, I strolled back, to stand beneath the huge dinner bell 
that still hung, unharmed through many long years, from a tall old rustic pole. Reaching for the old hemp 
rope, I pulled, ever so gently, and the sudden clear ring of its melodic tones echoed far across the valley to 
the hills beyond. 

How privileged I felt to be a part of this fine day, to visit the resting place of pioneer ancestors, and to 
stand on the site of this grand old plantation with its great oak trees (how tall they grew) and rushing endless 
stream of Fishing Creek. I would have called it "Peaceful Valley. " 

At the entrance of the dear old home, I raised the quaint old wooden doorlatch, stepped over the worn 
old threshold, and once inside reveled in the thoughts of all that could be told within its walls, of joy, of sad- 
ness, of love and of pain. What a thrill and privilege to browse through one of Pulaski's first log cabins, built 
more than one hundred and sixty years ago with its narrow, steep stairs, its stone fireplace, the spinning wheel 
that lay idle and the crumbling, aged door sash. 

Time was short and we had to leave, but I paused for a moment to look back once more at the peaceful 
hills, the fertile valley, the dear old home and the great brass bell --the beauty of a day in old Kentucky, 
which picture I would carry in my memory always. 



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I pulled the rope gently and thought 

This moment is my own 
There rang from the old brass bell 

A clear, melodic tone 
Across the valley to the hills 

Resounding, as of old. 
Fond memories of forgotten days, 

For me- -the bell had tolled. 
V.M.A. 



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ALLEN 

(John 2 - Samuel 1) 

2. JOHNj^LLEN, eldest son of Samuel and Nancy (Easter) Allen, b 1783 in North Carolina and d 4 April 
1851 in Kentucky, md 12 March 1804 in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, Rachel McDaniel, daughter 
of Hugh and Rebecca (Rogers) McDaniel, b 28 February 1789 in North Carolina, d in Somerset some 6 
months after her husband, October 1851. 

p. 1, Pulaski County marriages; "I do hereby certify that on the 12th day of March 1804, I joined together 
in the holy bonds of matrimony, John Allen and Rachel McDaniels, 1805. " (sic) 

(signed) Thomas Hill 
Children: 

7. John (Jack) Allen, went to Missouri with others and died there unmarried. 

8. Nancy McDaniel Allen, b 5 January 1809, md ^et cousin James Allen, son of Rial, 17 January 1831 at 

Somerset, Kentucky. Both her parents and his parents were very opposed to the marriage because 
Nancy and James were full cousins, but they were so unhappy and so very determined to marry that the 
parents finally gave their consent. She died 26 March 1878 in Utah. 

9. William Allen, b 1 August 1812, md Elizabeth Logan, and they moved to Missouri. 

10. Samuel Allen, b 3 August 1817, d 3 March 1898, md Mary Norville. 

11. Polly Allen, md George Saunders, d 1865. 

12. James Fontain Allen, b 1822, md Julena Saunders, d 1910. 

13. Voluntine Allen, b 27 June 1825, md Mildred Saunders. 

14. David Allen, b 1829, md 1st Matilda Cundiff, 2nd Sophy Massey. 

15. Elizabeth Allen, b 1828. md William Fore. 

Samuel. Polly and David remained in Kentucky while the rest of the family went to Missouri after the 
Civil War, 

This family was gathered by meeting members of their descendants, by census records, and by much 
correspondence. 

Maud B. Allen 

DICK 

(Frankey 2 - Samuel 1) 

3. FRANKEY ALLEN , b 6 May 1784 (one record says 17 December 1786) daughter of Samuel and Nancy (Easter) 
Allen^ born in North Carolina, d 11 October 1849 in Kentucky, md March 1805 to Samuel Dick, b 11 
October 1782 in Chester County, South Carolina, son of John and Margaret (Wiley) Dick, d 23 September 
1849 some three weeks before Frankie. They were married in March 1805 by John McWhorter, Justice of 
the Peace at Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky. 

Children: 

16. Frankey or Frances Dick, md July 1847 Jackson Stroud in Kentucky. 

17. Sarah (Sally) Dick, b 30 March 1818 in Kentucky, md Robert Stroud. 

18. John Dick, eldest son, b 20 April 1806, md Sally Hendricks in Kentucky. 

19. Nancy Allen Dick, b 1808, md 23 November 1831 James Floyd in Somerset, Kentucky. 

20. Margaret (Peggy) Dick, b 22 September 1810, d 6 August 1879, md 20 February 1833 Samuel Adams, 

d 15 February 1865. 



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SAMUEL DICK 



Samuel Dick was born in Chester District, South Carolina, 11 October 1782, a son of John and Margaret 
Dick. John Dick was a soldier in the War of the Revolution and saw much service in that war. When Sam 
was about 21 years of age the family came to Pulaski County, Kentucky, and settled on Fishing Creek near 
the mouth of Rock Lick, and were pioneers in that neighborhood. 

In April 1805, Samuel married Frankey Allen, a daughter of Samuel Allen. It is quite likely that the 
Allen family came with the Dick family to Fishing Creek. Frankey Allen was born 17 December 1786. To 
the union of Samuel Dick and Frankey Allen the following children were born: John, Frankey, Sarah, Margaret, 
Eliza, and Nancy. The following are short sketches of their families: 

John Dick was born April 20, 1806. He married Sally Hendricks, but the date of his marriage has not 
been found and is not recorded in Pulaski County. Sally Hendricks was a daughter of Samuel Hendricks who 
lived near what is now Norwood in Pulaski County. To this union the following children were born: Margaret, 
Samarimus, Samuel, Armstrong H. , Franklin, and Marion. John Dick was known as Dr. John Dick. In con- 
versation at the beginning of nearly every sentence he would use the expression "Such-Why", and was rather 
peculiar in this respect. His wife Sally Hendricks was born 20 December 1804. She died some time about the 
middle of the 1850's and is buried in Old Sardis graveyard. John Dick married the second time to Nellie Collins 
of North Carolina (she was born in that state). After his second marriage he went to Missouri and died there. 

Frances or Frankey Dick was born 20 September 1817. She married Jackson Stroud 15 February 1847. 
She died February 25, 1897. Jackson Stroud was born July 19, 1815 and died 19 February 1912. Both are 
buried at New Sardis. The children born to this couple are as follows: Alexander, Samarius, Millard, 
Elizabeth, Wallace W. , Mary A. , and Robert A. , all of whom are dead except Elizabeth Smith, Carlisle, 
Arkansas. 

Sarah or Sallie Dick Stroud was born 30 March 1815. She married Robert Stroud 15 May 1838 and died 
27 March 1896. Robert Stroud was bom 19 February 1813 and died 5 January 1891. He is buried at Old Sardis 
and she at New Sardis. The following children came of this union: Amanda who married Frank Rigney; 
Clarinda who married James Langdon; Eliza who married Jacob Spaw; Sarah who married Marion Spaw; Malissa 
who married Will Clay Floyd; John who married Sarah Smith; Cyrus who married Laura Moore; Franville who 
married Belle Brown. They are all dead except Mrs. Malissa Floyd, Abbott, Mississippi. 

Margaret or Peggy was born 22 September 1810. She married Samuel Adams 20 February 1833 and died 
6 August 1879. Samuel Adams was born 15 December 1806 and died 15 February 1865. Both are buried at 
Old Sardis. They had two children: Malinda who married Lamont Higgins and Eliza who married Greenup 
Jones. Part of Malinda's family live at the old home place on Fishing Creek. Margaret Dick and her husband 
are buried at Old Sardis. 

Eliza md Silas Hendricks, son of Col. Armstrong Hendricks 6 August 1847. Silas Hendricks was born 26 
March 1826, d 28 May 1864. Both are buried in the family graveyard of Col. Hendricks. The names of their 
children are as follows: Samuel, William G. , Andrew J. , Richard D. All are dead. 

Nancy married James Floyd, a son of Singleton Floyd who lived in the southern part of Lincoln County, 
near Waynsburg, Kentucky. The date of the marriage was 23 November 1831. The had five children, but 
nothing more is known of the history of this family. 

Samuel Dick was a prosperous farmer and a prominent citizen of his neighborhood, well to do for his day 
and time. He was the owner of slaves. He owned some good land of Fishing Creek bottoms or valley. His 
will is recorded in the office of the County Clerk, Pulaski County, Kentucky. 

For several years before his death he lived with his daughter, Eliza Hendricks, on a farm which he willed 
to this daughter. Until almost the time of his death he was busy at some kind of work. He caught pneumonia 
while working on the mill dam of A. M. Adams, and died of this illness. 



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In the valley cf old Fishing Creek and near his old farm and the scenes of his joys and sorrows, a few hun- 
dred yards south of Ansel on the east side of the county road is the last resting place of this pioneer and his 
wife, marked by small tombstones which have wasted away with the passing of many years making the inscrip- 
tions almost illegible. 



JOHN F, DICK 

"Among those who have made an art and a science of agriculture may properly be mentioned Mr. Dick, 
who came to Jefferson County, Kansas in 1864, during the period of its early settlement. Having now main- 
tained a residence here of over a quarter of a centuiy, and having distinguished himself as an honest man and 
a good citizen, he is thus worthy of more than passing notice among rJiose men through whose industry and 
enterprise Jefferson County has attained to its present position. 

"A native of Pulaski County, Ky. , Mr. Dick was born, Nov. 29, , and is the son of William and 

Fanny (Spears) Dick, who were natives, respectively, of South Carolina and Kentucky, William Dick was 
taken by his parents to the Blue Grass State when but a child, and there met the lady whom he afterwards 
married, and who was born there. The Spears family was of Irish descent. The paternal grandfather of our 
subject was John Dick, a native of Scotland, who emigrated to America in time to take a hand in the 
Revolutionary War. Afterward, he followed farming pursuits in Kentucky, to which he had removed from 
South Carolina. His son, William, the father of our subject, was reaied to manhood in Kentucky, and there 
spent the remainder of his life, departing hence in 1863, at age of sixty -five years. He had survived his wife 
for a period of twenty years, her death having taken place in 1843. Mrs. Fanny Dick was a member of the 
Baptist Church. The children of the parental family are recorded as follows: William S. is farming in 
Jefferson County, this State; Jerusha died when past fifty years old; Hezekiah is a lumber dealer of Platte 
County, Mo.; Samuel A. is a farmer of Jefferson County; Polly, Mrs. Green Dick, lives in Pulaski County, 
Kentucky; Valentine, during the late war enlisted in the First Kentucky Infantry and died in the army. After 
the death of his first wife, Mr. Dick contracted a second marriage and there were born to him two sons--James 
Marion, deceased, and Thomas W., whc lives on the home farm in Kentucky. 

"John F. Dick spent his early years at the old homestead in his native county, and when reaching his 
majority, set out for the West, crossing the Mississippi into Appanoose County, Iowa. He only remained there 
a short time, however, then returned to Kentucky and sojourned there until 1864. In the meantime, in 1856, 
he was wedded to Miss Bethenie Stewart, a native cf his own county, and the daughter of Golman Steward, 
who was also born in that State, and who spent his last years in Kansas, dying at the age of eighty-one years. 
The young people commenced on the journey of life together on their own farm, which they occupied until 
their removal to the West, They came directly to Jefferson County, and Mr. Dick purchased the farm which 
he now owns and occupies. It bore little resemblance then to its present condition, being a wild uncultivated 
tract of 115 acres, located on Section 7, Rural Township. He was prospered in his labors as a tiller of the soil, 
and added to his land and possessions until he is now the owner of 265 acres, all of which he has brought to a 
productive condition. There has been no small amount of time and money expended in building up the home- 
stead which is complete with all the requirements of modern farm life. 

"In connection with sowing and reaping, Mr, Dick makes a specialty of fine stock, especially mules and 
jacks, in the sale of which he realizes usually $2, 000 anually. One of these animals, in 1889, he parted with 
for the snug sum of $800. He is a self-made man in the strictest sense of the word, having started in life a 
poor boy, without influential friends or assistance of any sort. He consequently enjoyed only the advantages of 
a limited education, but has kept his eyes open to the events passing around him, and by a course of reading 
keeps himself posted upon the leading topics of the day. He is independent in politics, aiming to support prin- 
ciples rather than men. He and his estimable wife have been faithful members of the Christian Church for the 
period of thirty -two years. They ate the parents of eleven children, one of whom, Cyrena, who was born Dec. 
25, 1857, became the wife of James Butler of this township, and died July 21, 1888. Isaiah, their oldest son, 
is farming in Rural Township; Nelson also operates a farm in this township; Melvina, Mary, Alonzo, Walton, 
Rufus, Lewis, Luther, and Charles remain with their parents. " 

--Portrait and Biographical Album of 
Jackson, Jefferson and Pottawatomie 
Counties, Kansas, page 612. 



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NOTE: Although this Dick Family is not directly related to the Aliens, the William Dick mentioned here is a 
brother to Frankey Allen Dick's husband, Samuel. 

M.B.A. 



Somerset, Kentucky, 24 July, 1835 

Dear Mrs. Allen: 

I have now been to Sardis Cemetary, and found the graves of Samuel Dick and Frankey. I took a picture 
of the headstones of each. Got a good picture of Samuel's, but not such a good one of Frankey. There are no 
dates on Frankey 's headstone, but these two graves are side by side and no other graves near. 

Samuel Dick was born the 11th Oct. 1782, died Sept. 11, 1849. Eight years after the death of Samuel 
Allen. I am trying to find her birth and death dates for you. 

Rial Allen has two children buried on the farm he owned on Fishing Creek, but I don't know their names 
or sex. • There was slate rocks at the heads of their graves. But they have been knocked down, but I think 
there are two cedar trees at the heads of their graves. I got this information from G. W. Adams, who lives on' 
the farm and is eighty years old, and he got it from his father, Adam W. Adams who bought the farm from 
Rial Allen, your gt-gd -father. 

I have the names of two of Richmond Allen's children by Patsy Wood, and one by Polly Adams. If you 
haven't these names I will send them to you, also some Aliens in Oklahoma. I am sending you the pictures of 
the grave stones of Samuel and Frankey Allen Dick. Also one of the old house. Did you get good pictures 
while here? If there is anything else I can do to help you I will gladly do so. 

Yours sincerely, 

(signed) Cornelius Wesley 



•NOTE: Rial had a child Easter Allen, named after his mother who died May 1820, and who was born in Jan. 
1809 in Somerset, Ky. This child was buried in Pulaski Co. , Ky. , and would be one of these graves. She 
was nine years old at her death. The record of Andrew Jackson AUen, a son of Rial, which is very complete 
mentions no other children who died while living there, but states Rial had six children to grow and have 
issue, besides the one child Easter, who died young. It would be very interesting to know who this other grave 
belongs to. 

Maud Bliss Allen 



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Mrs. WilfordJ. Allen decorating 
Samuel's grave 



Maud B. Allen and Eliza A. Frazure 




Cornelius Weslc^, .„l^ ^..iiL-r of the -.li-! i lautation. 
He cared for and tended the graves until they were 
removed to Somerset Cemetery. Here a new marker 
was placed by the Daughters of the Revolutionary War. 



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EVINS - MOORE - ALLEN 



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In the personal family Church records of the Allen family, brought from Kentucky to Utah is a record of 
JOHN EVINS of South Carolina and MARY MOORE, his wife. There were eight children from this marriage, 
some born in Nonh Carolina and some in Tennessee. In the 1850 census records of the United States are found 
families of both EVINS and MOORE, but Knox County, Tennessee is the only positive place mentioned. No 
amount of research has brought to light any real information on these ancestors. 

From the positive date of Margaret Evins b 1784 (as registered in Pulaski County Court House) it would 
appear that John Evins was born about 1745-50. The speUing denotes he was from Wales, as Evans spelling is 
purely English. However the Allen record indicates probably England. 

Children: 

William Evins abt 1774 

Nancy Evins " 1776 

Rachel Evins " 1778 

John Evins Jr. " 1789 md Elizabeth Black 

Mary Evins " 1782 

Margaret Evins 1784 md 12 October 1806 Rial Allen from Somerset Court House, Pulaski Kentucky. 

Finley Evins " 1786 

Elizabeth Evins " 1788 md John Edwards 

Margaret states that she was born in Knox County, Tennessee. 

Rial Allen's son JOHN ALLEN md his cousin Lovina or Levica Black Evins. At her death he went to Paris, 
Henr)' County, Tennessee. In Kentucky after his second marriage to Susan (Cowhom) Watson, he again went 
to Paris, Henry County, where five of his children were born (probably going there to be near his two daughters 
by his first wife Lovina Black Evins. ) Although his reason for choosing to live there is conjecture, it seems to 
be plausible reasoning. (See record of John- -30 --son of Rial and Margaret (Evins) Allen). Family No. 24. 

M, B. Allen 



RIAL ALLEN 

Rial Allen was the second son. third child of Samuel AUen, Revolutionary War soldier, and his wife. 
Nancy Easter. He was bom in North Carolina, probably in Orange County (the county in which his father 
Samuel Allen married and where he lived previous to his removal to Chester. South Carolina). His son. 
Andrew Jackson Allen, and his son James Allen, record in their family records that he was bom in 1791. 

Margaret Evins. daughter of John Evins and Mary (Margaret) Moore, was born in Knox County, Tenn. . 
in 1784 according to these same two records. According to these records. Margaret was between six and 
seven years his senior. This was not too unusual an. occurrence after a great war like the Revolution when 
marriagable men were not very plentiful and many women took husbands much younger than themselves. 
It was evidently so in this case as recorded in his own son's journal. Page 20 marriage book one, Pulaski 
County, Kentucky, Rial Allen and Peggy Evins. 21 October, 1806 by Thos. Hill. 

When Rial was thirteen years of age. his father, Samuel Allen, with the Adams. Easters. Warrens, and 
others left Chester. South Carolina, and traveled north to Kentucky to make their home. This migration 
was made to follow the game to the North. Game was beginning to become very scarce in the Carolinas 
and the early pioneers of that time, depending greatly upon the deer and other game for their livelihood, 
began to follow it toward the north where the woods were more dense and the game more plentiful. Here, 
near Somerset, Kentucky, Samuel Allen built a home in a beautiful valley where Rial and his sister and 
brothers were reared. 



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Rial bought a place some two miles from his father's original place and it was here that his children were 
born. His wife died 17 September 1843 and is buried at Waitsbora Kentucky. He never married again, went 
to Missouri with his children when they made up their minds to go as pioneers to that state. He settled in 
Savannah, Andrew County, Missouri. He prided himself in his thoroughbred stock and none surpassed him in 
the raising of high grade cattle and horses. These were his delight, and up to the time of his death in 1865, 
he possessed the finest stock in his vicinity. (From interview by M. B. Allen of Judge Adams.) 

Four of his children had embraced the gospel of the Latter-day Saints. It was a source of much grief to 
him that they would desire to go farther west and pioneer an unknown waste when there were such prosperous 
farms in Missouri. Andrew Jackson Allen, his youngest son, went with the pioneers to Utah in 1847. Rial 
offered Andrew Jackson Allen $600 cash if he would return to St. Joseph, Missouri. 

Rial made a home for his daughter Elizabeth and her husband Sprankle Snyder. He spent his last days 
with this couple who were childless. He built a fine new home in 1862. This home was not quite completed 
when, on the 30th of May of that same year, James and Lewis started on their journey west to join the Saints. 
Grandfather Rial Allen was not a big man, but stood very straight. He was of medium weight, not very heavy. 
He was of medium complexion and at this date was getting grey. He had blue eyes, was of a kindly disposi- 
tion, and gentle in his ways. Of his sons, James was most like him in build and disposition. 

From Pulaski records, Andrew J. 
Allen journal and interview with 
Sarah Allen, his grand -daughter 
who lived with him till 8 years of 
age. (Maud B. Allen) 

HOME OF RIAL ALLEN (Built 1808) 

The pictures on the following page are pictures of the home of Rial Allen. It was built in 1808, and 
was one of the most pretentious homes of that period. It was built on a hillside about two miles west of the 
home of Samuel Allin. It was so far away from the water that it was decided to have it moved down near 
the river bed. When they had moved it, they sawed off the corners of the house so that the witches would 
not molest them because of the new location. It was a home made of great logs with a window on each 
side of the fireplace which was the style at that period. 

Years later it was clapboarded and made to look like a new, modern home. The eaves were again built 
at the corners. It was at this home that all of Rial's children were born with the exception of Martha. The 
home was later added to and made into a lovely, comfortable home. 

At the time his sons decided to go north and settle in Missouri, near the place where David and Patsy 
were. Rial sold his home and went north with them. He sold his farm to a man named George Adams, and 
the Adams des,cendants are still living there. 

Rial Allen was a fanner and a breeder of beautiful thoroughbreds. He was well off financially and con- 
tinued his farming and stock raising after he settled in Missouri. About the time James and Lewis started 
out for the west, he had a fine eight room house almost finished. Here he lived with his daughter, Elizabeth, 
and her husband until his death 29 September 1865 . He is buried near his home at Savannah, Andrew County, 
Missouri. He never married again and at the time of his death, he had been a widower twenty-two years. 

He offered his sons $600 each to come back and live near him in Missouri. In that day $600 was a lot of 
money, but they all chose to remain in the west. 

Maud B. Allen (told to her by Judge Adams while on 
a visit to Pulaski, Kentucky). 



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HOME OF RIAL ALLEN, nine miles to the east of Somerset 




This was a pretentious home in its day, built on a hillside with large logs, chinked with clay. In later 
years Rial moved the home down near the creek, then sawed the corners off because of superstition. It was 
later made into a rustic dwelling. It was still standing in 1933. Margaret (Evins), his wife, and their two 
children are buried near the home. 




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ALLEN 

(Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
4. RIAL ALLEN , second son, third child of Samuel and Nancy (Easter) Allen, b 1791 in North Carolina, md 
21 October 1806 to Margaret Evins, b 1784 in Knox County, Tennessee. She was the daughter of John 
and Margaret Mary (Moore) Evins. She died 17 September 1843 and is buried at Waitsboro, Kentucky. 
He never married again but lived with his daughter, Elizabeth, in Savannah, Missouri until his death 29 
September 1865. 

Children: 

21. James Allen, b 14 August 1804 at Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, d 16 September 1886 in Utah, 

md his cousin Nancy McDaniel Allen, daughter of John and Rachel (McDaniel) Allen. 

22. Easter Evins Allen, b January 1809, d May 1820. 

23. LewisAUen, b 11 June 1813 at Somerset, Kentucky, md 1836 Elizabeth Alexander, d 21 January 1883 

at Orderville, Utah. 

24. John Allen, b 16 February 1816 at Somerset, md Lavina Black Evins, cousin, md 2nd Susan Cowhorn. 

25. Andrew Jackson Allen, b 5 September 1818, d 18 July 1884, md 9 April 1841 Delilah Bennit Andrews. 

26. Elizabeth Allen, b 2 August 1821, md Sprankle Snyder, d 27 August 1872. 

27. Martha Allen, b 2 March 1823, md 1st Robert Owens, 2nd William Marshall. She was born at a small 

town called Alstia, Kentucky. 

Andrew J. Allen, his wife, and four children, and his sister Martha were pioneers to Utah 25 September 
1847. 



ALLEN 

(David 2 - Samuel 1) 
5. DAVID ALLEN , b 19 November 1797, son of Samuel and Nancy (Easter) Allen, md 23 December 1816 to 
Martha (Patsy) Harris by Joel Matthews of Somerset, Kentucky. She was born 4 October 1797 and died 
19 October 1871. She is buried in Bushnell, Illinois with her husband. He died 18 October 1881. 

Children: 

28. William Bird Allen, b 1817, d 1863, md America Adams. 

29. Ruf us Thompson Allen, b 1819, md Rhoda Adams 16 November 1840. 

30. Elizabeth Allen, b 1821, md James Overton. 

31. Richmond Allen, b 1824, md 1st Polly Adams, 2nd Patsy Wood. 

32. Christopher Harris Allen, b 1830, md Rebecca Jasper 3 December 1857. 

33. John Newton Allen, b 25 September 1837, d 29 January 1913, md Mary Catherine Jasper. 

34. Walden Gilmore Allen, b abt 1839, md Susan Jasper 14 June 1851. 

35. Samuel P, Allen, b 1840, md Louisa Cooper. 

36. Polly Allen, md 6 February 1849 Alexander Adams. She died 20 June 1911. 

37. Nancy Allen, md Gaylen Cooper. 

Of this family, five children went north to Missouri and Illinois. Elizabeth died near Bushnell, 
McDonough County, Illinois. Bird, Thompson, Richmond and Harris went to Missouri with their parents, 
David and Patsy (Harris) Allen. Records are obtained from their headstones. They were all born in 
Somerset, Kentucky. 



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ALLEN GRAVESTONES 



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ALLEN 

(Samuel 2 - Samuel 1) 

6. SAMUEL ALLEN JR ., b 15 September 1799 in South Carolina, son of Samuel and Nancy (Easter) Allen, 
in Chester County where Nancy's brothers lived. He md 15 September 1818 Nancy Spears in Somerset, 
Kentucky. She was b 8 March 1801 in Somerset, daughter of William and Mary (Jasper) Spears, d 28 
August 1869 in Oregon. He died 4 December 1882. They are both buried in Irving Cemetery, Lane 
County, Oregon. 

Samuel and Nancy Allen were early pioneers to Oregon, They left in 1852 and arrived in Oregon in 
1853. He left Kentucky and went with his wife to Piatt County, Missouri, where they lived for two 
years. They then traveled on west, settling in Irving, Oregon. He was about six feet tall, had light 
hair and blue eyes. He had a kindly disposition and was known to everyone as "Uncle Sam" . 

When they started on their journey to the west from Missouri, Nancy was in very poor health and had 
been for a long time. Practically an invalid, they feared she would never be able to survive the trip 
over that long, desolate span of wilderness, prairie and desert, over mountains and streams, suffering 
the hardships of the early pioneers, forging ahead to a new country to build a new empire in the far 
West, so they had a coffin built for her and had it strapped under one of the covered wagons so that if 
she did not survive the trip she would at least have a decent burial. However, she survived all of these 
difficulties, finished the trip, and lived another sixteen years, a pioneer of Oregon. They were the 
parents of four children. They are mentioned in the "Lane County History" of Oregon. 

Children: 

38. Frances (Frankey) Spears Allen, b 2 March 1822 in Somerset, Kentucky, md Leonard Roy. 

39. Mary Spears Allen, b 16 February 1824. (no record) 

40. Love Allen, b 26 April 1827, md 28 August 1865 in Vancouver to Elizabeth Ann Bowers. He died 28 

January 1909, She died 28 August 1922. 

41. Elizabeth Allen, b 18 March 1832, md James C, Yates, 

The children were all born in Somerset, Kentucky. Information from letters to M. B. Allen from John 
Allen at Irving, Lane County, Oregon. This record was gathered in part by Miss Nancy Reba Roy, a 
descendant who has been most generous in assisting to make this record a correct list of descendants. 
For years she has been a teacher at the college in Fellows, California and is author of the Roy Genealogy 
of Roys of Virginia and the "Duncan" Genealogies. After retirement she made her home in San Diego, 
Calif. 

M.B.A. 

ALLEN 

(William 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

7. WILLIAM ALLEN , b 1 August 1812 at Somerset, Kentucky, son of John and Rachel (McDaniel) Allen, 
md Elizabeth Logan, b 1822. 

Children: 

Robert, b 9 September 1836 at Pulaski, Kentucky. He was killed by an explosion of a boiler on a steam- 
boat 
43. Alice L. Allen, b 29 May 1852 at Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, d 9 September 1876. 

This family went to Missouri and Iowa. 



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ALLEN 

(Samuel 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 
10. SAMUEL ALLEN , b 3 August 1817 at Somerset, Kentucky, son of John and Rachel (McDaniel) Allen, 

d 3 March 1895 in Salisbury, Missouri, md 18 April 1848 Mary NorviUe, b 13 August 1827 in Kentucky, 

d 15 July 1907 at Salisbury, Missouri. 

Children: 

44. Rachel Allen, b 15 March 1850 at Savannah, Andrew County, Missouri, d 14 January 1937, md Barker 

Ruthledge, deceased. 

45. Martha Allen, b 4 April 1852, d 2 September 1920, md Henry Earhardt. 

46. Edward V. Allen, b 4 November 1854, md Flora Dunn in February or 25 October 1882. 

47. Susan Allen, b 4 February 1856, d August 193 6, md February 1885 Jess Elliot. 

48. John D. Allen, b 17 October 1856, md 27 February 1884 Mary F. Naylor. 

49. Nathaniel Allen, b 17 August 1859, d 28 May 1934, md Emma S. Carlstead. 

50. William Allen, b 31 May 1861, d 17 October 1890, unmarried. 

51. Samuel Allen, b 14 December 1862, md Mary Gearhart. He died in Bay City, Texas 6 November 1951. 

52. Mary Allen, b 7 April 1865, d 16 March 1902, unmarried. 

53. Harvey Allen, b 12 September 1867, d 19 July 1908, unmarried. 

The above children were all born in Savannah, Andrew County, Missouri with the exception of Mary and 
Harvey who were born in McDonough, Illinois. 



SAUNDERS 

(Polly 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 
11. POLLY ALLEN , b abt 1820, daughter of John and Rachel (McDaniel) Allen, md George Saunders. 

She had a daughter Amelia Allen Saunders, 



ALLEN 

(James 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 
12. JAMES FONTAIN ALLEN, b 1822, son of John and Rachel (McDaniel) Allen, md 10 March 1850 Julena 

Saunders, b 1831, d 1919. He died in 1910. His name is given in one record as James Fontain Allen. 

They were the parents of eleven children, all born at Somerset, Pulaski, Kentucky. Her name Julena 

Saunders. 

Children: 

55. John Perkins Allen, b 25 March 1851, d 31 December 1931 at Salt Uke City, Utah, md February 1879 

Clara Bomer. 

56. Mary Catherine Allen, b 8 December 1852, d 6 November 1945, md 3 February 1885 John Rial Holton. 

57. Samuel Woodward Allen, b 13 September 1854, d 16 August 1910, md Jane Ferguson. 

58. Nancy Ellen Allen, b 2 June 1857, d 13 March 1918, md 24 January 1887 James W. Colyer. 

59. William Voluntine Allen, b 20 June 1859, d 3 May 1927, md 24 December 1882 Harriet Edwards. 

60. James Silas Allen, b 27 July 1861, d 21 December 1932, md 8 July 1886 Mary Edwards. 

61. David Richmond Allen, b 7 November 1863, d 1 December 1943, unmd. 



62. 



Eliza An Gardner Allen, b 18 December 1865, d 16 October 1951, md 5 November 1910 George M. 
Frazure. 



63. Amanda Conner Allen, b 6 November 1868, d 3 May 1926, md 10 October 1892 AlvinJ. Cooke. 

64. Luticia Allen, b 18 February 1871, d 10 November 1944, md John Cox, 13 July 1892. 
George Robert Allen, b 3 October 1876, d 5 April 1966, md 3 June 1909 Pearl Kinney. 
Woods Allen, b 10 September 1873, d 30 July 1874. 

Census records, Mary Tibbals interview, 
Clara Bomer Allen to M.B, A., Eliza 
Frazure record, Geo. R. Allen record. 



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ALLEN 

(Voluntine 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 
13. VOLUNTINE ALLEN, b 27 June 1825 at Somerset, Kentucky, son of John and Rachel (McDaniel) Allen, 

d 15 November 1916, md 18 January 1849 Mildred Saunders, b 19 July 1830, d 5 August 1921, daughter 

of Julius and Rebecca (Turner) Saunders, 

Children: 

67. John Julius Allen, b 8 May 1851, d 1944 in Kansas, md 1st Alice Gragg, 2nd Nicey Doss. 

68. Rebecca Allen, b 12 December 1854, d 1916, md William Grover. j 

69. James Hayden Allen, b 23 February 1856, md Emma Arthur. 

70. David Turner Allen, b 18 July 1858, md Matty (Martha) Parker. 

71. Allie (Alice) Allen, b 27 June 1861, md Cicero Allen (cousin). 

72. Henry Columbus Allen, b 12 November 1865, md Sadie Gann, moved to Elihu, Kentucky. He was 

known as "Lum. " Died October 1947. 

73. Mary Nancy Allen, b 19 July 1867, md William H. Tibbals. 

74. Anna Allen, b 6 November 1871, unmd. 



These children were all born in Somerset, Pulaski, Kentucky. 



Census records, Mary Tibbals record, 
Columbus Allen's record and inter- 
view with M. B. Allen. 



FORE 



(Elizabeth 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 
14. ELIZABETH ALLEN , b 1833, daughter of John and Rachel (McDaniel) Allen, d 19 August 1869 in Missouri. 
William "Bill" Fore also b 1833. They moved to Clay County, Missouri after their first two children were 
born. He d 31 December 1913 in California. 

Children: 

Mary J. Fore, b 20 December 1848 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, md 1869 Joshua McDaniel. 

Rachel Fore, b 1850 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, md 1878 Thos. Grissom. 

Victoria Fore, b 1853 in Clay County, Missouri. 

John W. Fore, b 1856 in Clay County, Missouri. 

Samuel Fore, b 1859, d 1888 in Clay County, Missouri, md Harriet Decker. 

Archie Dennis Fore, b 19 January 1863, d 17 February 1949, md Florence . 

Alice Fore, b 1864 in Kearney, Clay County, Missouri, md Frank Shaw. 

Martha Fore, b 1867 in Kearney, Clay County, Missouri, md Charles White. 

Kate Fore, b 1869 (no record) 

Eliza Frazure's records, census 
records, Daniel Byrne's records. 
Mill Valley, California. 



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ALLEN 

(David 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

15. DAVID ALLEN , son of John and Rachel (McDaniel) Allen, b 1832 in Somerset, Kentucky, md 1st 

Matilda Cundiff, 2nd Sophy Massey, 11 April 1859. J 

Children: (1st wife) 

75. Rachel Allen, b 1852, md Frank Waddle, both dead. 

76. Vina Allen, b 1854, unmd. 

77. Betsy Allen, b 1856, unmd. 

Children: (2nd wife) 

78.. Voluntine Allen, b 1860 in Eubanks, Pulaski County, Kentucky, dead 1937. 

79. Charles Allen, b 1862 in Eubanks, Pulaski County. Kentucky. 

80. Jack Allen, b 1864 in Indiana, dead. 

81. Rebecca Allen, b 1865, dead. 

82. Dora Allen, b 1867, dead. 

83. Samuel Allen, b 1869, dead. 

ALLEN 

(John Allen 3 - Frankey 2 - Samuel 1) 

16. JOHN ALLEN DICK , b 20 April 1806 at Pulaski, Kentucky, md Sally Hendricks. He was the son of 
Frankey Allen and Samuel Dick, b Pulaski, Kentucky. She was the daughter of Samuel Hendricks. 
John Allen Dick md 2nd Nellie Collins. 

Children: (1st wife) 

Margaret Dick, md a Compton. 

85. Samarinus Dick, md 29 April 1855 Edward Sadler. 

86. Samuel Allen Dick, b 1833, md Sarah Adams, (June sic) 6 May 1856. 

87. Armstrong H. Dick, md 21 September 1859 Betty Dick. 

Children: (2nd wife, Nellie Collins) 

88. Franklin Dick, b Pulaski County, Kentucky, d in Missouri. 

89. Marion Dick, b Pulaski County, Kentucky, d in Missouri. 

FLOYD 

(Nancy 3 - Frankey 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

17. NANCY ALLEN DICK, daughter of Samuel and Frankey (Allen) Dick, md James Floyd. They were the 
parents of five children, three named below: 

ChQdren: 

Humphry Floyd 

Samuel Floyd 

Armstrong Floyd 

From John Allen Dick letters to 
M. B. Allen, John A. Dick records. 



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STROUD 

(Sally 3 - Frankey 2 - Samuel 1) 

19. SALLY (SARAH) DICK, daughter of Samuel and Frankey (Allen) Dick, b 30 March 1815 at Fishing Creek, 
Pulaski, Kentucky, d 27 March 1896, md Robert Stroud 15 May 1838, b 19 February 1813, d 5 January 
1891. He is buried in old Sardis Cemetery and she is buried in the new one. 

Children: (all born at Somerset, Kentucky) 

Amanda Stroud, b 23 January 1840. d 26 September 1923, md Frank Rigney 25 March 1872. 

Clarinda Stroud, b 13 February 1842, d 4 September 1896, md James Langdon. 

Eliza Stroud, b 17 April 1848, d 23 March 1835, md Jacob Spaw. 

John Stroud, b 1 March 1850, d 8 November 1932, md Sarah Smith. 

Sarah Stroud, b 19 December 1852, d 13 April 1933, md Marion Spaw. 

Cyrus Stroud, b 3 February 1855, d 20 July 1931, md Laura Moore. 

Granville Stroud, b 17 February 1858, d 13 January 1933, md Mary Bell Brown, b 1861. 

Melissa Stroud, b 1859, d 1949. md William Floyd. 

Melissa is the correspondent who gave these dates and names in a letter to the writer the first part of 
1937. She lived in Abbott, Mississippi. The above couple had a twin brother of Granville named 
Greenup, b 17 February 1858 (Note later letter). 

Census records, John A. Dick records. 

STROUD 

(Frankey 3 - Frankey 2 - Samuel 1) 

20. FRANKEY or FRANCES DICK, daughter of Samuel Dick and Frankey Allen, b 20 September 1817 at 
Pulaski County, Kentucky, d 25 February 1897. md Jackson Stroud 15 February 1847 at Pulaski. 
Kentucky. He was born 19 July 1815. d 19 February 1912 at New Sardis. Kentucky. 

Children: 

Alexander Stroud. 

Samarii^ Stroud, md a Smith. 

Millard Stroud. 

Robert A. Stioud. 

Elizabeth Stroud, md a Smith. 

Wallace Stroud. 

Mary A. Stroud, md James Longdon or Langdon. 



HENDRIX 

(Eliza 3 - Frankey 2 - Samuel 1) 
21. ELIZA DICK, b 1822, daughter of Samuel and Frankey (Allen) Dick, md 6 August 1847 Silas Hendricks 

(or Hendrix), son of Col. Armstrong Hendrix. b 26 March 1826. d 28 May 1864. She d in 1868. 

Children; (all were deceased in 1835. by letter of Melissa Stroud Floyd) 

William G. Hendrix. 
Armstrong Hendrix. 
Richard (Dick) Hendrix. 
Andrew Jackson Hendrix. 
Samuel Hendrix, 



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JAMES ALLEN 
1807 - 1886 



NANCY ALLEN 
1809 - 1878 



HISTORY OF JAMES ALLEN 
August 30, 1862 

James Allen was born at Somerset, Kentucky, the 14th day of August, 1807, the eldest son of Rial and 
Margaret (Evins) Allen. He grew up in a very beautiful valley nine miles out of Somerset. He fell in love 
with his cousin Nancy (McDaniel Allen), daughter of John and Rachel (McDaniel) Allen of the same place. 
She was born in January, 1809. The parents of both were very concerned about this marriage and in every 
way tried to disuade them, but they were determined to wed, and finally the parents gave their consent and 
they were married and moved to Waitsboro, Calloway County. This is a station on the Columbia River and 
is situated on the Cumberland Pass. It is a very beautiful country, the mountains of which are covered with 
a dense foUiage. For miles and miles the dogwood blooms in the spring and when the summer comes, the 
wild Honey -suckle vines adorn the hills so thick that the perfume is wafted through the breeze all along the 
highways. They moved to Calloway County in 1828. 

It was here that the three children were born. James and his family belonged to the Baptist Church. 
James and Andrew Jackson Allen, his brother, went up to Illinois to see the prophet Joseph Smith, for the 
elders had taken the gospel to them in 1835 and James and wife were baptized by WQford Woodruff (who had 
converted them) November 17, 1835. A terrible gloom was over the city as the Prophet had been killed and 
the people were in mourning and they were very disappointed that they were never to see him. After visit- 
ing with some friends from Kentucky, Brother Bennjamin Clapp and Daniel Thomas, they returned to 
Kentucky. 

In 1836 James went to Nauvoo and in 1839 was in Far West Missouri where one of his children was born. 
The later children were born in Waitsboro, Kentucky. James finally settled in Savannah, Andrew County, 
Mo. , as he did not have the necessary means to come west with the Saints in 1847. Lewis, his brother, re- 
mained there with his family also. Their father Rial had gone up from Kentucky to Missouri in 1844 and was 



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the owner of a fine farm, He was always proud of his wonderful thorough-bred stock, of which there was 
none better in the land. 

Here James remained until May, 1862 when he was in a financial position to make the trip west. On 
the 3rd day of June. 1861, he and Nancy had been called to part with their eldest daughter, Rachel Mahala 
who was the wife of Lafe Irvine. This couple had two children Lafe Irvine went west with the two families, 
taking his two children with him. He was in hopes that he could persuade the second daughter, Margaret to 
marry him and become a mother to his two children. She decided against him and he went back to Missouri 
where he was assassinated. 

James and Lewis started west with their families, happy in the thought that they would be able to make 
their home with the Saints, and join their brother whom they had not seen for fifteen years. There was one 
horse team in the crov/d. Lewis had three covered wagons driven by oxen, James had two covered wagons 
with oxen and a buggy with a span of horses. They had other horses and these were used to drive the cattle. 
There were about fifteen head of milk cows, two young colts, almost old enough to wean, and provisions for 
the trip. 

The weather was wonderful. When they came to the Mississippi River, they ferried across and also had 
their oxen taken to the other side, but the horses and cattle were made to swim. Antelope were often seen on 
the trip, but they only came in contact with one large herd of buffalo, which the men in the party followed in 
hopes they could be able to kill one, but they were unsuccessful. They traveled weeks before they saw an 
Indian. He was on a horse and came up to them. He wore a large feather in his head piece. He tried to 
carry on a conversation but it was impossible to understand him. From this time on there were many Indians. 
Squaws carrying their babies came up and begged from them. When they arrived at Ft. Laramie, they were 
able to purchase a quantity of buffalo meat, called dried venison. When they got to Colorado, they were 
met by Marion Allen who had been working in a mine at Pike's Peak. Marion was the son of James and was 
glad to be reunited with his family and to proceed west with them. 

It was toward fall when they arrived in Utah Valley. On the 30th day of August, 1862, James traveled 
to Willow, now Draper and informed his brother that the wagons and families were some twenty -five miles 
back in Canyon Creek, at the home of Randolph Alexander's and Andrew Jackson went back with them to the 
Alexander's. The Alexanders informed them of some fine land some forty miles up on the Weber River. 
The next day A. J. Allen accompanied them up the Weber, but they found no suitable location, so started 
back for A. J. Allen's home, which they reached on the 6th day of September and on the 12th of the month 
Andrew Jackson Allen gave them a party that they might rejoice in again being together and being among 
the Saints. They indulged in old fasnioned dancing and finally persuaded James to get on the floor and make 
a try, but they could not persuade Lewis to join. 

After spending the winter with Andrew Jackson Allen, James settled in Cache Valley where he farmed 
and raised his family. Cache Valley was so named because on the long trips from Salt Lake to Idaho and 
the North, they had to have some place to cache provisions that they could replenish their supplies on these 
long trips. Here they cached supplies out of the reach of the Indians and travellers and the valley became 
known as Cache Valley. Here and through Idaho are a great number of James Allen's descendants. 

When the call came from the Church for families to go south, Lewis volunteered and so went to Southern 
Utah and Nevada. In an interview with the only living child of Lewis, the writer learned from her, Sarah 
Allen LeRoy, who could remember her grandfather Rial that he was of medium complexion, and had blue- 
gray eyes. He had a very kindly temperment and she said that James seemed to partake of his looks and 
temperment almost to an exact likeness. 

James and Nancy were the parents of eight children, all of whom lived to marry. After Nancy's death, 
James married a lady from Denmark by the name of Henriette Tolboe, She was a convert to the Church and 
was born the 17th day of June, 1821. 



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James spent one winter in Kentucky among his kindred, but he went alone as Nancy felt that she could 
not stand the trip. Kentucky kinsfolk say they remember him as a fine old gentleman. 

The foregoing facts have been gleaned 
from interviews, diaries and records and 
contact with the different families. 
Written by Maud B. Allen. 



Now old time memories of the past 
Smother my very heart and soul 
The stealthy savage, creeping low, 
Smouldering ashes and scalp this goal. 

The sturdy plow, the oxen, old and slow, 
Echoes of clumsy hoof and wheel 
Now gone beyond recall, the lathe, the quill, 
The quaint old spinning wheel and reel. 

They gained their goal of progress and desire 

Bent with toil of many doubtful years 

Perhaps three score, or more, and ten 

O'er flowed with sighs, misgivings and with tears. 

Their fortitude and strength paved well the way 
Of towering heights, the reaping of their goal 
God grant them tranquil PEACE. 
PRAY rest their weary soul. 

Maud B. Allen 



ALLEN 

(James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
22. JAMES ALLEN , b 14 August 1807 at Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, d 16 September 1866 at 
Cache Valley, Utah, son of Rial and Margaret (Evins) Allen, md 17 January 1831 Nancy McDaniel 
Allen (cousin), b 5 January 1809, d 25 March 1878, daughter of John (eldest brother of Rial) and 
Rachel (McDaniel) Allen of Somerset. This couple were pioneers to Utah in 1862 and settled in Cache 
County, Utah where they had a prosperous farm. Their children were born at Waitsboro, Calloway, 
Kentucky except Samuel Jackson who was born at the time they were in Far West, Missouri. 

Children: 

114. Rachel Mahaley Allen, b 12 January 1832, d 3 June 1861 in Missouri, md Lafayette Irvine. 

115. Francis Marion Allen, b 1 April 1834, d 12 November 1907, md Mary Burnham in Utah. 

116. Margaret Mary Allen, b 18 September 1836, md Joseph Teny. 

117. Samuel Jackson Allen, b 8 November 1839, d 25 September 1907, md 10 October 1867 Caroline M. 

Davids. 

118. John Rial Allen, b 29 January 1841, d 1920, md 2 November 1875 Sarah Jane Leavitt. 

119. James Voluntine Allen, b 2 March 1843, md 1st Pernina Langley, 2nd 13 November 1871 Mary Ann 

Fitzgerald. 

120. Nancy Jane Allen, b 2 November 1846, md a Dr. Roberts, no children. 

121. William Lewis Allen, b 14 January 1850, d 10 December 1927, md 1 May 1871 Maranda Jane Stewart. 

NOTE: James md 2nd Henrietta Tolboe. b June 1821 in Denmark, buried in Utah. Record of James Allen, 
L.D.S. Church records. 



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ALLEN 

(Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
23. LEWIS ALLEN , b 11 June 1813 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, d 24 January 1883, son of Rial and Margaret 
(Evins) Allen, md 1836 at Far West, Missouri Elizabeth Alexander, b 2 May 1818, d 23 May 1869 at West 
Point, Nevada, daughter of Johnathan and Tabatha (Nix) Alexander of Kentucky. Pioneers to Utah in 
1862 and pioneers to Arizona. 

Children: 

122. Tabatha Jane Allen, b 7 October 1838 at Far West, Missouri, d 25 October 1908, md 25 April 1868 Owen 

Woodruff Freeman. 

123. Beulah Allen, b 24 May 1840 at Calloway County, Kentucky, d 21 October 1921, md 3 October 1868 

Willis Webb. 
Wm. Allen, b 1842, d infant. 

124. Rial Allen, b 27 February 1844 at Paris, Henry County, Tennessee, d 27 May 1899 in Arizona, md 25 

April 1868 Susan E. Collins. 

125. Johnathan Alexander Allen, b 30 January 1846 at Wales, Calloway County, Kentucky, d 24 October 1928, 

md 12 September 1881 Jane Nelson. 
Samuel Allen, b at Savannah, Missouri, d January 1848 (infant). 

127. James Bird Allen, b 16 August 1850, md 30 December 1886 Hannah Maria West. 

128. Margaret Elizabeth Allen, b 20 January 1852, d 18 April 1932, md 26 September 1872 Brigham Y. Baird. 

129. Sarah Malissa Allen, b 30 May 1854 in Savannah, Missouri, d 3 January 1944 in Utah, md 6 August 1871 

Daniel V. LeRoy. 

130. Andrew Jackson Allen, b 20 December 1856, killed in wagon accident 27 January 1896, md 22 March 1876 

Sarah Eliza Pulsipher. 

131. Martha Permelia Allen, b 23 May 1859 in Savannah, Missouri, d 6 February 1931 in Huntington, Emery 

County, Utah, md 17 April 1878 William Marshall II. 

132. Nancy Easter Allen, b 15 December 1861 in Missouri, d 8 August 1931, md 28 February 1879 Isaac Black. 

133. Mary Ellen Allen, b 11 April 1866 at Washington, Utah, d 17 June 1931, md Chas. Albert Allen. 

Record of Lewis Allen, Andrew J. Allen 
journal, Sarah Allen LeRoy records. 
Church records. 

LEWIS ALLEN 

LEWIS ALLEN wras born 11 June 1813 at Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, the son of Rial and Margaret 
(Evins) Allen, and grandson of Samuel Allen and wife Nancy Easter. He married in 1836 at Far West, Missouri 
Elizabeth Alexander, b 2 May 1818 at Union District, South Carolina. He lived for some time in Andrews County, 
Missouri then in 1862 went to Utah in an independent ox team company, leaving a beautiful farm a few miles 
out of Savannah, Andrews County, Missouri. (He had moved to Tennessee in 1842, then back to Missouri.) 

The family started their western trek 30 May 1862. James, Lewis's brother, had started out one day ahead 
in order to make camp for them. Grandfather Rial Allen and a Mr. Kelley rode with them on horseback for a 
day, then with sad farewells, left them at evening time to return to their homes. 

James had two covered wagons with oxen and a buggy with a span of horses. They had other horses to drive 
the cattle, which consisted of about fifteen head of young milk cows and two young colts. Arriving at the 
Mississippi River, they were ferried across with the oxen. The cattle and horses swam across. 

The journey west was uneventful except for Indians who would come begging for food. The long joiu'ney 
ended in the fall of 1862 and they went to the home of Lewis's brother, Andrew Jackson Allen, at Willow Creek 
(later called Draper). Here he and his family stayed until 1863 when Lewis decided to go to the Dixie Country. 
Here he took up land, but the water shortage made the land undesirable and he moved to Washington Co. , Utah. 

In 1864 President Brigham Young called 183 missionaries and their families to go to the Muddy and the 
lower Virgin Rivets to establish colonies. Many abandoned the mission on account of the intense heat. Mary 



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EUen was born 11 April 1866, the thirteenth child of Lewis and Elizabeth AUen. Elizabeth had a difficult 
labor and was never well again. She died 23 March 1869 and was buried at West Point, Clark County, 
Nevada. 

Three years after the Saints left the "Muddy, " Brighann Young counciled them to enter the Order of Enoch, 
or the United Order. This event took place at Mt. Carmel, Utah on 20 March 1874. The name of the town 
was changed from Order City to Orderville. Lewis Allen had located in Washington County, Utah, but he now 
moved to Moccasin Springs, Arizona, near the Utah border. He turned his Moccasin Springs ranch over to the 
United Order when he joined 20 October 1875. 

The town was laid out with a large square, 30 by 30 rods, in the center. The building there, 22 by 40 ft. . 
was used as a community dining hall as well as for dancing and for meetings. All of the houses were joined 
together to form an enclosure on the order of a fort. Each family had one room. The United Order office was 
built on the southeast corner of the place as weU as a storeroom and a shoe shop. Lewis Alien made and mended 
shoes for the colony. At first there were no right or left shoes, but he soon began making them for the right and 
left feet in pairs. 

A mill was made and red cedar obtained from the canyons was made into wooden buckets, tubs, barrels 
and wooden churns. Lewis was in charge. He had the first molasses mill in the Order. Molasses was the only 
sweet they had. Industries in Orderville included a grist miU, blacksmith shop, carpenter shop, tannery, and 
woolen mill. Cattle raising and dairying were the heights of industry in this entetprize. Lewis Allen was a 
leader and was instrumental in all of these undertakings. Physically he was very powerful and could wrestle 
three Indians at once and come out victorious. His family was very talented. Among them were many who 
sang, whistled, and played instruments. 

Lewis Allen stayed with the United Order throughout his life, and was a faithful leader and member. He 
died at the age of seventy-eight years. 24 January 1883. Throughout Utah, Arizona and Idaho he left a numerous 
posterity. This record has attempted to follow his descendants through the years. He and his wife. Elizabeth 
(Alexander) Allen, were sturdy, exemplary and trustworthy pioneers of which every descendant can be justly 
proud. 

Written by May Randall. Family tradition and 
genealogy, "Under the Dixie Sun" by Hazel Bradshaw, 
interview with Sarah (Allen) LeRoy in Springville, Utah 
a year before her death, by M. B. Allen. 

ALLEN 

(John 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

24. JOHN ALLEN , b 16 February 1816 at Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, d 19 November 1874 at 

Fredonia, Kansas, son of Rial and Margaret (Evins) Allen, md his cousin Lovina Black Evins, daughter of 

John and Elizabeth (Black) Evins of Henry County, Tennessee. They were the parents of two daughters, 

Margaret and Malinda. The wife, Lovina (or Levinia as she was sometimes called) had very poor health. 

John was very desirous of taking his family and moving west with his brothers, but his wife felt she could 

never survive the trip. Before too long she passed away. 

John married 2nd, date unknown, a widow with two children, Susan (Cowhorn) Wilson. Her children were 
Matilda and Jefferson Wilson. Their first four children were bom in Kentucky. Their fifth child, Martha, 
was born in Paris, Henry County, Tennessee where the rest of their children were born. 

John later went to Fredonia, Kansas where he died in 1874 and where he is buried. Here his daughter 
Julia married Wm. Powell in 1870. John's widow, Susan, and the children decided to make their home 
in Arizona. They settled in Cherry Creek, Yavapai County . There is a book in the Phoenix, Arizona 
Library, "HISTORY OF VERDI VALLEY, " which contains a sketch of John Gibson Allen, but it seems to 
be unavailable. It would probably shed a great amount of light on his family and ancestry. 

It is most gratifying that Mrs. Bailey (Maud Echols) Allen contacted the two granddaughters of John and 
Susan (Cowhorn) Allen, Alice (Allen) Wilson and Emma (Powell) Boyer, and from them gathered the 



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above information and most important, the children and their families, that they may appear in this 
Allen Genealogy. 

Children: (1st wife Lovina Black "Evins") 

Margaret Allen. 

Malinda Allen, md a Wilson. 

Children: (2nd wife Susan Cowhorn), b Kentucky 

Marion Allen, b 1845, d crossing the plains, 

134. James E. Allen, b 1846, d 1918, md Frances Notsinger. 

134a. Julia Allen, b 17 September 1847, md 1870 Wm. Powell of Fredonia, Kansas. 

134b. William H. Allen, b 1850, d 1914, md Kate Sessions. 

134c. Martha Allen, b 1852 at Paris, Henry County, Tennessee, md 1914 John Marshall. 

135, John Gibson Allen, b 10 October 1853 at Paris, Henry County, Tennessee, d 29 October 1937, md 1 May 

1878 Julia Sessions. 
135a. Sarah Allen, b 1855, d 1916 in Arizona, md Allen Doyle. 
135b. Hannah Allen, b 1856 at Paris, Henry County, Tennessee, d 1920, md Charles Reed, 

They probably settled in Arizona between 1875 and 1878 as Dempsey Allen Powell was born to William 

and Julia (Allen) Powell 30 November 1878 in Arizona. 

Record of Alice Allen Wilson, Emma 
(Powell) Boyer records. Cherry Ck. , 
Arizona, census records, research of Maud 
(Echols) - Mrs. Bailey Allen - Mesa, Ariz. 



EXCERPTS FROM ANDREW JACKSON ALLEN'S JOURNAL 

In the 39th year of my life, commenced to keep a record. I was born in the year of our Lord, 1818 in 
Sept. on the 5th day; in the State of Kentucky, Pulaski County, Somerset. 

My father's name was Rial, bom in No. Car. in 1791. Mother's name Margaret Evins, born in Tennessee 
in 1784. 

My Parents moved to Calloway Co. in 1828, and in 1834 the elders came with the gospel in that county. 
Two of my brothers joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, (names James and Lewis Allen). 
My parents were Baptists by profession and opposed my two brothers when they joined the Church. At this time 
I was young. 

My brothers emigrated to Missouri, to the Far West in 1835/6. I grew up and married a wife in 1841 on 
the 29th of April. Her name was Delilah Andrews, her birth place Illinois, Murray Co. b 6 May 1819. Her 
father's name was Archibald born in Virginia, 9 Jan. 1771. Mother's name was Francis Bennit born in No. 
Carolina May 5th 1785. 

In 1840 I commenced for myself. My trade was farming, my father's was the same. I went to Nauvoo 
in 1844 having a desire to see the Prophet Joseph Smith, and the Temple, I was accompanied by James Allen. 
When we reached Nauvoo, Bro. Joseph Smith had just been murdered a few days previous, and the Saints were 
all in mourning, and a gloom seemed to be all over the city. The Prophet being killed and the Saints feeling 
so bad I returned home. I had expected to be baptized, but did not. 



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In 1845 there were elders sent through the country notifying the Saints that the Church had agreed to 
leave the city of Nauvoo and migrate west to the wilderness. When I heard that news the spirit prompted me 
to gather with the saints, and I sold my posessions for what I could get and immigrated to Nauvoo in 1846 in 
Feb. and was baptized, myself and wife in the Missouri River in April, and started west with the saints, not 
knowing where we would settle down. (The fourth child, Elizabeth was born in Nauvoo in 1846.) M.B.A. 

We traveled on west, crossing the North Fork of the Platte River. It was very difficult to cross, but all 
got over safe. Then we crossed the South Fork at Laramie a trading post. Pres. Young and other pioneers 
encouraged us to go to the valley. They had started log cabins and laid out a fort, put in some seed and were 
retuming to get their families at KanesviUe. 

We went ahead encouraged. Now it had been two years and I had seen nothing grow to sustain human 
life. When we got to Bridger, a trading post, the Mountaineers told us we could not live in that valley where 
we were going. It was too cold and frosty. They offered to pay one thousand dollars for one ear of com 
matured in the valley. We traveled on, putting our trust in God. 

1847. We reached the valley September 25, 1847. When we got in sight of the valley if there were a 
glad people it was us. When we got located the first thing we did was to put some wheat in the ground. The 
ground was very dry and I did not know what to do for the best, otherwise I would have irrigated the land first. 

So we sewed some wheat, the land being so dry it did not come up until the spring. The crows were on it through 
the winter, and when it did come up it was so thin I thought it was no account. Then we went in search of tim- 
ber to put up some kind of buildings to get our families in. I was used to getting timber in a timbered country. 
Now we had to go twelve miles for the timber. 

As soon as I got a roof on my log cabin, which was small poles laid on top, the top very nearly level, and 
dirt put upon it, we were in it before I got it chinked. We felt like we had got into a shelter from the storm, 
for the snow now lay ten inches deep, on the ground. We got it chinked and plastered by December. There 
were very few potatoes saved from those that were planted by the brethren who left to go after their families. 

1848 . Now everyone went in for farming. There was a field laid out large enough for all. We put in 
our spring wheat, corn and what potatoes we had although the potatoes were very scarce. Put upon a very dif- 
ferent plan to what I had ever seen before as we had to irrigate, which I had never done before. But it was to 
make grain grow, or suffer, as there was no grain any nearer than one thousand miles and provisions were get- 
ting short. 

When vegitation sprang up, many of the people had to go to the praries to seek roots, such as wild onion 
and thistle roots. They were not pleasant, but hunger made them taste good. There were some who ate even 
the great white wolves. A man had cooked a great white wolf he had caught in a trap, to get the oil, and at 
night the brethren, who were getting wood near there, came to camp, and were so hungry they ate all the meat 
he had cooked. !' 



During the summer of '48 they raised some crops and as soon as the wheat began to ripen "in the Boot" 
Andrew would go out to the field and clip off the ripest heads of wheat he could find, put them in a barrel and 
thresh them out. Then the wheat was put into a coffee mill and ground up into coarse flour, made into bread 
and quickly devoured by the family. Father Wm. C. Allen would often tell of this experience, for even 
though a child so young, he said this was the grandest food he ever ate. 

Andrew Jackson Allen was generous beyond words in helping with the band of pioneers who were in dire 
circumstances, on their way to Utah. Often he would send his team and wagon as far as 200 miles to lend as- 
sistance. In 1851 he gave a new $20 gold piece, which had been made of California Gold, and had been 
coined by the saints, and inscribed with the all seeing eye 7 "Holiness to the Lord", to go towards a fund to 
help the emigration of the poor saints from England. 



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In 1857 he fitted a team and wagon with seed, grain, farming implements and provisions, and hired a 
man to go with the A. O. Smoot group to establish a settlement on Deep Creek, about 500 miles from Salt 
Lake. 2 April 1851, some six years before this he had sent two yoke of oxen, a wagon and a teamster to 
help start the new settlement of Cedar City in Iron County. He also sent seed, grain, farming tools and pro- 
visions amounting to $300. 

In 1857, Andrew Jackson Allen went out with a company of pioneers, to help keep the soldiers out of the 
valley. Johnson's Army had vowed to kill off the saints. He spent 3 6 days camping out, tramping, standing 
guard on the ground from which they had shoveled 20 inches of snow. After helping to get the men located at 
Bridger, Wyoming, he returned home. 

Andrew]., by his first wife Delilah Andrews, had eleven children. Elizabeth, the little pioneer girl died 
at age nine. The next daughter, Purlina, died in 1864 at age thirteen. Joseph Jackson died as an infant in 
1858, and Andrew Andrews died just a short time before he reached his twelfth birthday. The seven living 
children lived to marry and their posterity is a part of this family genealogy. 

Andrew J. Allen md 2nd Louisa (Rogers) Meeks, whose husband Benjamin Meeks had died while coming to 
Utah from England. They were from Gloucester. She had two children who had died in infancy, and a 
daughter, Ann Rogers Meeks, and a son, Benjamin, who were pioneers to Utah. 

Louisa (Rogers) Meeks was the mother of five sons by Andrew Jackson Allen: Jackson Rial, John Wilford, 
Thomas Warren, Edwin Lewis (who died in infancy), and Arthur Pratt Allen. 

On 27 April 1873, Andrew J. Allen started on a mission to Arizona with eight others from Draper and 
nearby villages to start a new settlement on the Little Colorado. They found no water and, after 21 days, 
returned home. 

Andrew Jackson Allen, named for Andrew Jackson, President of the U.S., who was a personal friend of 
the Allen family, was a man of deep religious convictions. He was always sharing of his means for the benefit 
of the poor and needy and the destitute, and for the advancement of his Church, as well as being a noted bene- 
factor of his community. 

In July 1884, while caring for his stock at his home in Draper, he was gored to death by a vicious bull. A 
pioneer to Utah of the 4th company to enter the valley on September 26, 1847 with his family of a wife and 
four children, a staunch member of a growing community, a successful farmer, a man of many accomplish- 
ments, it seemed a sad ending to so useful and embellished a life. 

Maud B. Allen 



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DELILAH BENNIT ANDREWS 



DELILAH BENNIT ANDREWS was born 6 May 1819 at Marion County Illinois. She was the daughter of 
Archibald and Frankey (Bennit) Andrews, and the grand-daughter of Eleazer Andrews and his wife Mary Coleman 
of Virginia. She was a direct descendant of Governor Richard Bennett of Virginia. The Bennett ancestors were 
from England and spelled the name as written. Andrew Jackson Allen in his record spelled the name BENNIT. 
In sending for the Bennett wills of Virginia and North Carolina, allwills were spelled Bennett until Benjamin, 
the father of Frankey, made his will and spelled the name Bennit as recorded in the Court House records. 

The Andrews spelling has been erroneously spelled ANDRUS, but the North Carolina and Virginia records 
show the entries as Eleazer ANDREWS . 

It would be interesting to know the migration of the Andrews-Bennit clan from Virginia and North Carolina, 
for Delilah was born in Marion County, Illinois. She was born 6 May 1819 and was married 29 April 1841 to 
Andrew Jackson Allen, a native of Pulaski County, Kentucky, born 5 September 1818 and died at Draper, Utah 
18 July 1884, being killed by a ferocious bull. He was born at Waitsboro, Calloway County. Kentucky. 

The first three children were born at Waitsboro. The family moved to Nauvoo, Illinois shortly before the 
fourth child. Elizabeth, was born. She came into the world just at the time of the uprising of the mobs and 
desperados who were bent upon dispersing and killing the group of Mormon settlers making up the population 
of Nauvoo. Delilah and her husband Andrew Jackson Allen were baptized into the Mormon Church in the 
Missouri River in April of 1846 and they soon left with the company of Saints journeying to Winter Quarters. 
Delilah drove her covered wagon and oxen all the way from Far West to Utah. 

The following spring Delilah and her husband and their four children joined the A. O. Smoot Company 
leaving for the west. They enrolled in the Captain George B. Wallace's fifty and arrived in Salt Lake City 
25 September 1847. They settled at the mouth of Mill Creek Canyon, but later settled at Big Willow or 
Willow Creek which was later renamed Draper, in honor of the first settler of that village. 

Delilah's life was one of toil and labor. She was the mother of eleven children, ten of whom were living. 
The youngest was four years old when Lewis and his family and James came to Utah in 1862 and remained at 
the Andrew Jackson Allen home for the summer and winter of their first year in Utah. Seven of her children 
lived to marry and have families of which she could well be proud. 

She passed away 5 December 1869 at Draper, Utah. Andrew Jackson Allen married 2nd a widow of 
Benjamin Meeks, Louisa (Rogers) who was the mother of four sons by her second marriage and mother of three 
sons and a daughter by her 1st husband. Together on their large farm at Draper, Andrew Jackson and Louisa 
raised the rwo families, the seven Allen children, Ann Rogers Meeks and Benjamin Rogers Meeks (William and 
Charles Meeks died as infants). 

M, B. Allen 



DELILAH BENNIT ANDREWS, the wife of ANDREW JACKSON ALLEN 

ELEAZER ANDREWS (not Andrus) appears in many records in the records of Halifax, Virginia, with others 
of his family. His wife was Mary Coleman of Halifax. Virginia. Their son ARCHIBALD ANDREWS was born 
9 January 1771 at Halifax. He married Frances (Frankey) Bennit, b 4 May 1784 in North Carolina. Archibald 
lived In North Carolina, Murray, Tennessee, and shortly after 1817 moved to Marion County, Illinois where 
Delilah was born. By 1822 they were in St. Clair County, Illinois, where the last child, Joseph, was born. 

Following is the family record of Archibald and Delilah (Bennit) Andrews: 

Eleazer Bennit Andrews, b 10 February 1803 in North Carolina 
Charles Andrews, b 3 August 1805 in North Carolina 



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Sarah Andrews, b 15 October 1808 in North Carolina 

Mary Andrews, b 7 April 1811 in Murray, Tennesee, md Harry Whaler 

James H. Andrews, b 11 September 1813 in Murray, Tennessee 

Aaron Andrews, b 1 April 1816 in Murray, Tennessee, md Martha Boyd of Kentucky 

DELILAH ANDREWS, b 6 May 1819 in Marion County, Illinois, md ANDREW JACKSON ALLEN 

Joseph Andrews, b 6 February 1822, d 1840 in St. Clair County, Illinois 

Allen Family records, Allen Journal 

DELILAH BENNIT ANDREWS was a direct descendant of Governor Richard Bennett of Virginia. In all wills 
and deeds of Virginia, the Bennett name is so spelled, until Benjamin made his will and spelled it BENNIT. 
His family kept the latter spelling, and it appears in Virginia records as Bennit. His ancestry is BENNETT and 
originally from England. 

M.B. Allen 

Research of M.B. Allen, research of Archibald 

Bennett, Bennett Wills of Virginia, Allen Church 

records. 

BENNETT PEDIGREE (DELILAH BENNIT ANDREWS) 
RICHARD BENNETT, GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA 

"RICHARD BENNETT, acting Governor, under the Commonwealth of CROMWELL, April 30, 1652 to 
March 1655. 

RICHARD BENNETT first took part in Colonial affairs as Burgess in Oct. 1629, from "Warringquoyeake" 
which formed one of the original shires, in the year 1634. Under Berkeley's administration, Richard Bennett 
had been oppressed in Virginia and he fled to Maryland to escape persecution. From thence he went to 
London, where on Sept. 26, 1651, he was chosen as one of the commissioners appointed by the Common- 
wealth of England to reduce the royal colony of Virginia to submission. The Commissioners were constituted 
pacificators and benefactors of the Country. In case of resistance war was threatened, if Virginia would 
adhere to the commonwealth, she would be the mistress of her own destiny. 

He wrote the articles for the surrendering of Virginia to the subjection of the Parliment of the Common 
Wealth of England signed with Wm. Claiborn and Edwn Cuths 

(Seal) 

RICHARD BENNETT had the great satisfaction of benefiting permanently the home of his adoption. 
Virginia now enjoyed large liberties. The executive officers became elective and so evident were the designs 
of all patties to promote an amicable settlement of government that Richard Bennett, himself a commissioner 
of Parliment and moreover a merchant and a Roundhead, was, on the recommendation of the other Commis- 
sioners, unanimously chosen Governor. " 

When Bennett retired from office the assembly elected his successor, an Edward Digges, who had before 
been chosen of the council and who had given a signal testimony of his fidelity to Virginia and the Common- 
wealth of England, received the sufferages. 

In 1666 Bennett commanded the militia of 3 of the 4 military districts of Virginia, with the rank of 
Major General, and was a member of the Council as late as 1674. He owned three plantations, "Weyanoak", 
"Kieotan-on-the James" River and has many distinguished descendants in Virginia. 

"Governors of Va. " by Margaret Vowell Smith 

pp 100-104, 975.5 D. 35 

Governor Richard Bennett was the fourth great grandfather of Delilah Bennit Andrews. His ancestry has 
been traced by Prof. Archibald F. Bennett, now deceased, of the Salt Lake Genealogical Society of which he 
is a descendant. Kegleys Virginia Frontier, pp 464. 



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JOHN BENNETT - MARGERY 

d 3 Dec 1564 



BENNETT PEDIGREE 
Wivelscombe, Sommerset Shire, England 



ROBERT BENNETT - ELIZABETH EDNEY 
will d 1603 md 10 July 1558 

THOMAS BENNETT - To America in 1618, age 38 yrs, ship "NEPTUNE' 
chr 2 Apr 1570 

RICHARD BENNETT 
chr 1 Nov 1609 
will 1645 



Gov. RICHARD BENNETT - SARAH 
will 16 Oct 1719 
wp 1720 



Isle of Wight, Va. will book 3 pp 804 



JAMES BENNETT - ANN 
1683 

will 1745 
wp 1752 

JAMES BENNETT - MARY 
will 11 Nov 1751 
wp 17 March 1752 

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BENJAMIN BENNIT - SARAH 

1730 

wp 26 May 1783 



Isle of Wight to Brunswick, Va. 



Brunswick, Va. will b 3 pp 61 



He spelled name BEN NIT in records and wills 
Brunswick to Halifax, Va. 



Exc of Benjamin's will, Halifax, va. 



CHARLES BENNETT (son) 
1753 (?) 

I (BENNIT) 

FRANCES (FRANKEY) BENNETT - ARCHIBALD ANDREWS 

5 May 1784 

I 
DELILAH BENNIT ANDREWS - ANDREW JACKSON ALLEN 

6 May 1819 
1869 

I 
WILUAM COLEMAN ALLEN - LOVINA JANE SMITH 
1843 - 1926 

I 
WILFORD JACKSON ALLEN - MAUD ELLA BLISS 
1879 - 1949 

I 
WILFORD DOUGLAS ALLEN - VIOLA JENKINS 
1911 - 1962 

RONALD JENKINS ALLEN - BARBARA TROTT 

KENT ALLEN 



Pedigree compiled by Prof. Archibald Bennett, 
Maud B. Allen, 1935-6 



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The pedigree on the preceding page and the following wills of the Bennen clan were gathered by Archibald 
F. Bennett and Mrs. M.B. Allen during early years of research and correspondence from 1930 on, Virginia 
wills by Virginia recorders to M.B. Allen. 

WILL OE RICHARD BENNETT 

IN THE NAME OF GOD. AMEN: 1 Richard Bennen . Sr. now being in perfect mind and memory, Blessed be 
to the Lord for it, I do appoint this to be my last will and testiment, dis-annulling and making void all former 
wills by me made. 

1 bequest my soul to Almighty God that gave it me, and my body to the earth for to be decently hurried, 
at the discression of my loving wife, and debts for to be paid, and my will in the following form. 

Item - I do give and bequeath to my loving wife Sarah Bennett one copper still, one grey mare, and her 
increase, and one House and one negro Man named Jack to her disposing forever. I do also make her my lov- 
ing wife, whole and sole executrix of this my last will and testiment. 

1 - item I give and bequeath to Mary Throp, daughter of Daniel Lewis five head of cattle. 

2 - item I do give and bequeath unto John Mangum two head of cattle. 

3 - item I do give to James Clifford two head of cattle. 

4 - item I do give and bequeath to my two sons Richard and James Bennett and Susha Lewis and Martha 
Lewis the half of the rest of my estate then left, for to be equally divided between my two sons Richard and 
James, by these four men Thomas Throp, Peter Deberry, Robert Byvisary and George Barlow, and for to see 
this my last Will performed. 

Item - I do give and bequeath to my loving wife Sarah Bennett my plantation in Blackwater, during her 
natural life, and then for to be returned to James Bennett the son of Richard Bennett and his heirs of his body 
lawfully begotten. 

I desire that no inventory shall be taken, nor no letter of administration, but for all things for to stand as 
they be, nor any security to be given, as wimess my hand this 4th day of Dec. in the year 1709. 

Richard Bennett 
Recorded 26th Feb. 1710. 

Appraisal of estate of Richard Bennett Xber. 7th 1719. 

Appraisal of Estate of Richard Bennett Jr. 21 Jan 1735. Benjamin Bennett, Administrator. 

WILL OF JAMES BENNETT 

WiU book 3 page 804 

IN THE NAME OF GOD. AMEN: I, James Bennett of Southwark Parish in the County of Surry Va. have 
thought fit to make this my last will and testiment, and do dispose of all my temporal estate in form and 
manner following viz. 

I give and bequeath to my son William Bennen , the plantation whereon he now lives and all the land 
adjoining it as far as a small meadow, from thence an East course by a line of marked trees my old field, 
(it being part of that tract of land I formerly bought of Charles Binns) to him and his heirs forever. 



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I likewise give to my son William one cow and twenty shillings credit. 

I give to my son James twenty shillings credit. 

I give to my son John all carpenters and coopers tools which he has now in his possession, and ten pewter 
dishes. 

I give to my daughter Ann five shillings. 

1 give to my daughter Martha twenty shillings credit and a chest 

I give to my daughter Mary , one old feather bed, and the furniture belonging to it, and one pewter dish. 

I give to my daughter Sarah one pewter dish and twelve shillings credit. 

I give to my daughter Bridgett the use of my best house, and as much land as she can work with her own 
hands, and no more, during her lifetime, one new feather bed and furniture and two heifers and two pewter 
dishes. 

I give and bequeath to my son Samuel the use of my plantation whereon he now lives, to him and his 
wife during their life, and after their decease, I give bothe the said plantations to my son Samuel's male issue, 
but for want of such male issue, I give both the said plantations to my grand-son Thomas Bennett , son of 
William Bennett , to him and his heirs forever, and all the rest of my estate whatsoever to be equally divided 
between my son Samuel and my daughter Bridgett , and I nominate and appoint my son Samuel to be my whole 
and sole Executor of this my last will and testiment. 

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 30 day of Xber 1745. Proved 1752. 

James Bennett 

This James Bennett was the 4th great grand father of Wilford J. Allen . James Bennett's father was 
Richard Bennet with wife Ann ^ Richard' s father was Richard Bennett with wife Sarah , Isle of Wight. Proven 
thru indentures and Wills. 



JAMES BENNIT 
COPY 

Abstract of Will of James Bennit , recorded in the Circuit Coun of Brunswick County, Virginia in will book 
3 at page 61. 

Date of Will 11 Nov. 1751 
Prob. 31 March 1752. 

I give and bequeath unto my son BENJAMIN BENNIT all the land lying between Honey Bottom and the 
upper land. 

Item: - I give and bequeath unto my loving children James Bennit , Mary Proctor , Francis Sims , Pricilla 
Dugger and Joseph Bennit one shilling sterling. 

Item: - I give and bequeath unto my son, Reuben Bennit all the lower part of the said Honey Bottom and 
plantation. 

Item: - I give and bequeath unto my daughter Brambley Bennit one feather bed, and furniture, one Bible 
and one sidesaddle, and the rest of my estate I lend to my loving wife Mary during the term of her natural 
life, and after her decease to be returned to my loving son Reuben Bennit. 



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Item: - I do hereby nominate and appoint my loving wife Mary and my son Reuben Bennii, executir and 
Executrix of this my last will and Testiment, revoking, etc, etc. 

his 
James X Bennit 
mark 

This James Bennit was the 4th great grand father of Wilford Douglas Allen, 3rd gt. gd. father of Wilford 
Jackson Allen. 



WILL OF BENJAMIN BENNITT 
COPY 

IN THE NAME OF THE LORD AMEN: I BENJAMIN BENNITT , Living in Brunswick County, do call to 

mind my latter ? and I give to my son John Bennitt , one hundred and fifty acres of land where he 

lives, to my son Benjamin Bennitt five shillings. To my son Richard Bennitt one hundred and eighty acres 
of land where he now lives, and one cow. 

To my son William , one hundred and sixty -three acres of land and one mare. To my daughter Susannah 
Sadler, five shillings. My desire is that the plantation whereon I now live be sold by my two sons John Bennitt 
and William Bennitt , my executirs, and another place bought for my wife Sarah Bennitt - -her life, amd two 
mares the household furniture and stock to be equally divided between my wife, William Bennitt , John Bennitt , 
and Mary Bennitt , and Elizabeth Bennit t, and Charles Bennitt , and Pricilla Bennitt . and Frankey Bennitt , 
except one cow to Nancy Bennitt. 

I give to my son James Bennitt one colt to be sold to purchase land, the land that my wife, Sarah Bennitt 
lives on, after her death to my son Charles Bennitt. 

his 
David Williams Benjamin X Bennitt 

mark 
Benjamin Wade 

Enoch Berry Court Brunswick Co. Va. 26th May 1783 

This will was proved by the oaths of David Williams and Benjamin Wade 
John Latimore witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded, and upon the motion of John Bennitt, 

one of the executors therein appointed, and he having given bond with security 
and taken the oath according to law. Certificate is granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form. 

Teste, Drury Stith, C.B. C. 



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ANDREW JACKSON ALLEN 



DELILA BENNIT ANDREWS 




RONEERS OF UTAH 

THREE LITTLE PIONEERS OF SEPT. 25, 1847 

PERNECY, MARGARET JANE AND WILLIAM COLEMAN ALLEN 



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Family No. 25 
Children of ANDREW JACKSON ALLEN and DELILAH BENNIT ANDREWS 




ALLEN 
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Back row: Mgt. Mary Jane (Allen) Bagley, Sarah M. (Allen) Pearson, Delilah (Allen) Dudley 
Front row: HeberJ.. Matilda (Allen) Covey, Pemecy (Allen) Williams, William Coleman Allen. 

(Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

AND REW JACKSON ALLEN , b 5 September 1818 at Somerset, Pulaski, Kentucky, d 18 July 1884 at 
Draper, Utah, son of Rial and Margaret (Evins) Allen, md 29 April 1841 at Waitsboro, Calloway County, 
Kentucky Delilah Bennit Andrews, b 6 May 1819 at Marion County, Illinois, d 5 December 1869 at 
Draper, Utah, daughter of Archibald and Frankey (Frances) Bennit Andrews. Her mother, Frankey 
Bennit Andrews was a direct descendant of Governor Richard Bennett of Virginia, and of Eleazer Andrews 
(not Andrus) of Halifax. Virginia. The Bennens spelled their name BENNETT from the time of their resi- 
dence in England. Benjamin Bennit spelled his name BENN IT in all his papers and when he made Ms 
wiU, he signed BENNIT . This spelling was thought to be a mistake until his will was secured and re- 
search made of his papers. His children spelled as he did BENNIT. (See Bennett entries, proof-- 
Archibald F. Bennett, L.D.S. Genealogical researcher) 

Children: 



136. Pemecy Frances Allen, b 27 January 1842 at Waitsboro, Calloway County, Kentucky, d 23 November 

1895, md 25 May 1851 Thomas V. Williams. 

137. William Coleman Allen, b 14 February 1843 at Waitsboro, Kentucky, d 17 March 1926, md 12 April 

1867 Lovina Jane Smith. 

138. Margaret Mary Jane Allen, b 23 September 1844 at Waitsboro, Kentucky, d September 1914, md 31 

March 1861 John Bagley. 

139. Elizabeth Allen, b 28 February 1846 at Nauvoo, Illinois, d 4 September 1918 at Draper, Utah. These 

four children were young pioneers to Utah 23 September 1847. 
Purlina Angelina Allen, b 23 July 1851, d 27 June 1864 at Draper, Utah. 

140. Sarah Marticia Allen, b 19 February 1849 at Draper, Utah, d 28 February 1901, md 7 March 1868 Henry 

Pearson. 

141. DeUlah Emeline Allen, b 23 March 1853, d 17 September 1912,. md 26 September 1870 Brigham S. 

Dudley. 



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Joseph Jackson Allen, b 24 March 1850, d 4 September 1850. 

142. Matilda Josephine Allen, b 26 November 1854, d June 1907, md 1st Joseph Dudley, div. , md 2nd Enoch 

Covey. 

143. Andrew Andrews Allen, b 8 June 1856, d 6 February 1868. 

144. Heber James Allen, b 20 May 1858, d 19 March 1928, md 6 December 1891 Emely Hill. 



ALLEN 
26. ANDREW JACKSON ALLEN, md 2nd Louisa (Rogers) Meek, widow of Benjamin Meek, b 16 August 1838 
in Lea Herfordshire, England, d 11 October 1904 at Charleston, Utah, daughter of John and Harriet 
(Wilks) Rogers, md 12 April 1869. 

Children: 

145. Jackson Rial Allen, b 31 December 1869, d 16 February 1943, md 14 January 1891 Matilda C. Day. 

146. John Wilford Allen, b 5 November 1871, d 26 November 1952, md 26 December 1901 Nora Ringwood, 

md 2nd 26 December Eva Ellertson. 

147. Thomas Warren Allen, b 11 January 1874, d 13 November 1946, md 1901 Mgt. Smith. 

148. Edwin Lewis Allen, b 22 May 1877, d 9 February 1879. 

149. Arthur Pratt Allen, b 30 June 1879. d 12 September 1955. 



LOUISA (ROGERS - BENJ. MEEKS) Children: Wm. Rogers Meeks, b 1860, d 1865; Ann Rogers Meeks, 
b 13 June 1861, d 20 September 1913, md 9 July 1883 Wm. Jack; Chas. Meeks, b 1864, d 1865; 
Benj. Rogers Meeks, b 7 September 1866, d 1 July 1952, md 7 July 1892 Olivia Nelson. 

Jane A, Gordon record, Andrew Jackson 
Allen family record. Church records, 
Archibald F. Bennett records. 

Family No. 26 
MOTHER 




LOUISA (ROGERS) MEEKS ALLEN, 1838-1894 



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JACKSON RIAL ALLEN, 1869-1943 



JOHN WILFORD ALLEN, 1871-1950 





THOMAS WARREN ALLEN, 1874-1946 



ARTHUR PRATT ALLEN, 1879-1955 



OWENS 

27. MARTHA ALLEN, b 2 March 1823, seventh child of Rial and Margaret (Evins) AUen, d 4 July 1897 at 
Smithfield, Utah. She md 7 March 1850 at Salt Lake City, Utah, Robert Owens, b 10 July 1818, d 9 
November 1883 in Los Angeles. He was the son of Edmond Owens and his wife Margaret Tur. During 
the space of time she was married to Robert Owens, she gave him five children. Her married life to 
Owens was very unhappy, and she felt that her two sons who were born blind, were so afflicted because 
of the inhuman treatment she had endured before their births. She finally divorced him. 

She met William Marshall, a widower with five children who was on his way from Australia to Utah. 
She married him in San Bernardino, California, and after the marriage they moved to Parowan, Utah, 
where they raised their family of nine children. 



Explanation: William Marshall was born in England and went to Australia. He md 1st Frances Bridges 
Kendell who died in San Bernardino. He married 2nd Martha Allen Owens who had divorced Robert Owens. 
He also later married Martha Allen Owens daughter, Martha Owens. His son William Marshall II, his 



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son by Frances Bridges Kendall, md Manha Permelia Allen, daughter of Lewis and Elizabeth (Alexander) 
Allen and they were the parents of eight children (Family No. 131 of this record). 

Children: (Robert Owens) 

150. Margaret Owens, b 20 December 1850, d 21 December 1887, md 1st James Clark, md 2nd William 

Marshall (Family 150). 

151. William Owens, b 7 February 1853, d 17 July 1923, md 26 April 1888 Mary Ann Edgley. 

152. Joseph Owens, b 10 November 1858 at Mojave River, California, d 16 Marcy 1943 at Lewiston, Utah, 

md Sarah Butterfield, b 18 February 1860, md 2nd Elizabeth Ellis 22 April 1892. 

153. Rial Owens, b 10 November 1858 (twin), d 1923, md 22 April 1885 Lena Mortensen. 

William and Joseph Owens were both blind, but both were very well adjusted and managed their lives 
very satisfactorily. In later years they became expert watch and clock tradesmen. A sketch of their 
lives is given later on. 




MARTHA (ALLEN) OWENS MARSHALL, daughter of Rial and Elizabeth (Evins) Allen, pioneer to Utah 
25 September 1847, came with her brother Andrew J. Allen and family as a young girl. She rode in the 
covered wagon with Delilah, who drove the entire distance from Missouri to Utah driving a team of oxen 
and went through the many hardships that befell the lot of these early stalwart pioneers. 



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Mrs. Maud B. Allen Rea, Missouri, Jan. 10, 1947 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Dear Mrs. Allen 

I understand you are interested in the Allen ancestry. Last summer my dau. and husband took a trip through 
Ky. , my mother's birth place, and Mr. Wesley gave her quite a lot of names and dates, a lot of history of our 
forefathers. 

They took a lot of pictures, of Old Fishing Creek, the old house where my mother was born, I have heard 
her talk about the "High rock, " and the "eagle's nests" so much. 

My grandfather was Richmond Allen, my mother was Mary Jane Allen. She married Wesley Popplewell 
after she came to Missouri. She passed away on April 3rd 1939. 

According to Mr. Wesley grandfather had two children by his first wife. I never knew of but one, Martha 
who md Monroe Popplewell. He stated by Richmond's 2nd wife there were two children. However, there were 
three, my mother, and two brothers, David and Elias Allen. David had three sons and Elias had three boys 
and two girls. 

There are some grandchildren of Bird Allen living in this community also Rial's children live in Idaho. My 
oldest sister has the Allen family Bible, at least there are some records in it, but 1 don't know exactly how far 
back they go. 

It is interesting to go back so many years in history and find the family names have been handed down thru 
generations, in fact my oldest Brother is named John Richmond. There are five children living in our family, 
two boys having died several years ago. 

I would like to know what branch of the Allen family to place you in. My husband has an uncle that was 
Post Master in Ogden for a good many years. He passed away in 1945, Richard B. Porter. His wife was a Dee. 

Mr. Wesley gave us your address that I might write to you. Would be very glad to hear from you. 

Sincerely, 

(signed) Mrs. Herbert Saunders 
Rea, Missouri 
ALLEN 

(William Bird 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

28. WILLIAM BIRD ALLEN , b 1817, son of David and Martha (Harris) Allen, b Pulaski County, Kentucky, 
d 1863, md America (Merca) Adams, b 1820 in Pulaski County, Kentucky, daughter of Geo. Adams. 

Her father was the man who bought Rial Allen's home and farm when the Aliens left for Missouri. William 
Bird Allen and America or Merca as she was called were married in Whitesville, Gentry County, Mo. Wm. 
Bird Allen was shot by soldiers, in the presence of his parents, when he was called out to talk with them. 
At that time there were soldiers who joined the Klu Klux Klan, and were bitter with those who had not en- 
listed. This was probably one of these cases, real murder, for there were many reasons why some men had 
not enlisted for the Civil War. The vigUanti committee, as they called themselves, never waited for any 
explanation from their victims but shot them in cold blood. As was the case of Lafe, or Lafayette Irvine, 
husband of James Allen's daughter, Rachel Mahala after her death, upon his return to Missouri, after having 
driven part of the way with the James-Lewis Allen caravan toward Utah. 

Children: 

David Allen, b 1840, was killed in a sawmill. 

154. Nancy Allen, b 1844, md John Gilliham Doughty. 

155. George W. Allen, b 1846, md Mary . 

156. Gilmore Allen, b 1849, md Ellen Clemmons. 

157. Rial Allen, b 16 July 1851, d in Oklahoma 20 May 1927, md Mary C. Briggs. 

OVERTON 

(Elizabeth Allen 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

29. ELIZABETH ALLEN , b 1818, daughter of David and Patsy or Martha (Harris) Allen, md at an early age 
James Overton, b 1807 in Ky, d 1842 in 111. She died near the same time and the children were adopted 
out to different families and took the name of the people they lived with. So for a time Elizabeth lost all 
contact with her family. Settled in McDonough Co. , 111. Part of the family were probably in Macon, 111. 



0098511 " ^nirM nc:pt,pTMENT 

Children: (all born in Illinois) G^^"' - -"'^d'oAV SAINT^ 

158. Americus Overton, b 1834 (twin). 

159. Columbus Overton, b 1834 (twin). 
Richard Overton, b 1836, d in Pennsylvania. 

160. Marion Overton, b 13 April 1838, d 6 March 1930 at DUlon, Montana, md George Gill of Sciota, 

Illinois. 

161. Lydia Overton, b about 1841, md Corwerth. 

From letters and record of Gill 
famUy in Ql., M. B.A. 
ALLEN 

(Rufus Thompson Allen 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

30. RUFUS THOMPSON ALLEN , b 29 August 1819 in Kentucky, son of David and Patsy (Harris) Allen, 

d 26 February 1904 at Macomb, Illinois, md 16 November 1840 Rhoda Adams, b 15 December 1819 in 
Kentucky and d 20 April 1917 at Macomb, Illinois. 

Children: 

162. John Allen, b 23 July 1841 at Somerset, Kentucky, d 6 February 1922, md Mary Derby. 

163. James Allen, b 18 February 1843 at Somerset, Kentucky, d 27 April 1908, md Phrosine Manley. 

164. Mary Elizabeth Allen, b 19 November 1846, d 26 January 1923, md William Ingram. 

ALLEN 

(Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

31. RICHMOND ALLEN , b 1824 at Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, d 26 January 1900 at WhitesvUle, 
Missouri, son of David and Patsy (Martha) Harris Allen, md 1st 13 February 1845 Polly Adams, b 23 May 
1832 at Somerset, Kentucky, d 13 July 1849 in Kentucky, daughter of James and Elizabeth (Kerr) Adams. 
Richmond md 2nd Patsy Jane Wood, a cousin of his first wife Polly. Patsy was b 8 February 1825 and d 
16 May 1911. She was the daughter of Elias and Jennie (Adams) Wood. 

Children: (Polly Adams) 

165. Martha E. Allen, b 12 September 1848 at Somerset, Kentucky, d 6 March 1916, md 13 August 1871 

Monroe Popplewell. 

ChUdren: (Patsy Jane Wood) 

165a. Mary Jane Allen, b 22 December 1850, d 3 April 1939, md 17 June 1869 J. Wesley Popplewell. 

166. David Allen, b 16 June 1863, d 7 June 1926, md 1886 Georgia McKinley. 

166a. Elias Allen, b 2 September 1859 at Somerset, d 24 October 1918, md 31 January 1886 Hattie Missimer. 

v.r. Somerset, Kentucky, Gladys P. 
Saunders record, cemetery records. 
POPPLEWELL 

(Martha Allen 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 
165. MARTHA ALLEN , b 12 September 1848 near Somerset, Kentucky, daughter of Richmond and Polly (Adams) 
Allen, d 6 March 1918, md 13 August 1871 Monroe Popplewell, b 28 February 1851. 

ChUdren: 

Fayette Popplewell, b 2 June 1872, md 29 May 1900 Clyde Stevens. 

Mary Popplewell, b 7 April 1874. 

Richmond Popplewell, b 23 March 1877, md 4 September 1901 Eva Spurgeson. 

Dora Popplewell, b 16 February 1880, md 18 April 1901 Thomas Spurgson. 

Lum Popplewell. b 23 July 1883, md 3 March 1908 Grace McGowen. 

Lola Popplewell, b 2 December 1886, md 13 September 1903 John Clark. 

Gladys P. Saunders record. 



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STEVENS 

(Fayette Popplewell 5 - Martha Allen 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

FAYETTE POPPLEWELL, b 2 June 1872, daughter of Monroe and Martha (Allen) Popplewell, md 29 May 

1900 Clyde Stevens, b 31 June 1878, d 17 August 1938. 

Children: 



Leon Popplewell Stevens, b 17 March 1901. 

Rosel Stevens, b 24 February 1902. 

Clyde O. Stevens, b 26 June 1903, d 9 October 1903. 

Margurite Stevens, b 6 September 1904. 

George Stevens, b 10 December 1905. 

Byrda Stevens, b 9 November 1906. 

Faye Stevens, b 17 April 1908. 

B. Burdette Stevens, b 28 June 1909. 

Mamie Mae Stevens, b 9 November 1910. 

Charles Stevens, b 4 December 1912. 



Record of Gladys P. Saunders, Rea, Mo. 



POPPLEWELL 

(Richmond Popplewell 5 - Martha Allen 4 - Richmond 3 
RICHMOND POPPLEWELL , md Eva Spurgeon. 



David 2 - Samuel 1) 



Children: 

Mildred Popplewell, b 8 June 1903. 
James Monroe Popplewell, b 9 April 1904. 

SPURGEON 

(Dora Popplewell 5 - Martha Allen 4 - Richmond 3 - Davis 2 - Samuel 1) 

DORA POPPLEWELL , daughter of Monroe and Martha (Allen) Popplewell, md Thomas Spurgeon 18 April 

1901. 

Children: 

Flinton Spurgeon, b 7 April 1902. 

POPPLEWELL 

(Lum Popplewell 5 - Martha Allen 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 
LUM POPPLEWELL , b 23 July 1883, md 8 March 1908 Grace McGowen. 

Children: 



Mason Popplewell, b 19 July 1909, md Florence (sic) 

Homes Popplewell, b 4 February 1911. 

Lynon Popplewell, b 26 December 1912. 

Earl Popplewell, b 5 June 1915. 

Clyde Lee Popplewell, b 19 October 1917. 

Florence Popplewell, b 4 November 1919. 



Record of Gladys P. Saunders, Rea, 
Mo. 



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CLARK 

(Lola Popplewell 5 - Martha Allen 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

LOLA POPPLEWELL . b 23 December 1886, daughter of Monroe and Martha (Allen) Popplewell, md 13 

September 1903 John Clark. 

Children: 



Bertha Clark, b 4 July 1905. 

Frankie Clark, b 29 September 190_. 

Walter Clark, b 30 May 1908, W infield Kansas. 



MARY JANE ALLEN 

MARY JANE ALLEN was born the 22 Dec. 1850, near Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, the daughter 
of Richmond and his 2nd wife Patsy Wood. She lived near Somerset during the Civil War. They could hear 
battles raging not too very far away, and once the soldiers stationed near by took their 30 gallon kettle and 
some chickens from the coop near by, went out into a pasture, and made themselves some chicken stew. The 
soldiers would take everything they could find for food to eat. No doubt they were very hungry and miserable. 

She could tell so many interesting stories of those times. It is sad they were not recorded for her posterity. 
However, one she never could forget was that at the close of the Civil War, she went to her grandfather's 
home, near Fishing Creek, to visit. One evening after the supper, Mary Jane and a small Negro boy were 
sitting by the fireplace, cracking chestnuts. Suddenly a gun was fired through the window by some person un- 
known, the bullet hitting Mary Jane and lodging in her side. 

A young man belonging to the Northern Army, and still in his uniform of blue had stopped at Elias Wood's 
home and asked for water. Her grandfather Elias asked him to spend the night with them, as it was late, and 
he was traveling on his way back to his home in the north. This soldier was very frightened, as he thought this 
shot was aimed at him--surely some one intended it for him. However, grandfather Wood persuaded him it 
was never meant for him, and so he consented to ride out and find the nearest Doctor, who came and removed 
the bullet. This bullet she kept as a reminder of those unlawful and troublesome times. The young man spent 
the night with them and when morning came, went on his way, accepting the gratitude and heartfelt thanks of 
her grandfather, Elias Wood's family. A good deed by an unknown boy in blue. 

A place out on beautiful Fishing Creek near the valley of Somerset, Pulaski Kentucky, where the rocks 
are high and steep there is a place called High Rock, which could only be reached by a narrow footpath. Half 
way up the side of this rock is a small cave. Here the eagles made their nests and made a home for their 
young. These large eagles would pick up chickens, small pigs and the young lambs, and would carry them to 
the cave for food. One of the Allen boys climbed to the top of this high rock, secured himself with a rope, 
and let himself down to the cave. After a fierce fight with the mother Eagle, the brood were finally killed, 
but in the skirmish the rope had began to break. All of the strands were gone except one, but with this slender 
strand he was able to pull himself to the top of the ridge, and to safety. 

She was only fourteen years of age when the bullet found its mark in her side. Now in 1867, when she was 
seventeen years of age, Richmond left Kentucky for the north. They settled near Whitesville, Missouri 
arriving there the 3rd of May 1867. She was married the 17th of June 1869 to John Wesley Popplewell and they 
made their home in Whitesville. She passed away the 3rd of April, 1939, aged eighty -eight years, after a very 
eventful life. 

her daughter, 
Gladys Saunders 



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POPPLEWELL 

(Mary Jane Allen 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 
165a. MARY JANE ALLEN , b 22 December 1850 near Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, d 3 April 1939 at 

Whitesville, Missouri, daughter of Richmond and 2nd wife Patsy Jane (Wood) Allen, md 17 June 1869 

John Verley Popplewell, b 23 October 1839 at Whitesville, Missouri, d 15 November 1909, son of John 

and Sally Popplewell. 

Children: (all born at Whitesville, Missouri) 

Grace Davis Popplewell, b 3 October 1870, d 24 June 1951, md 6 January 1904 W. A. Conn. 

Josephine Popplewell, b 6 February 1873. d 21 June 1957, md 3 June 1926 Solon C. Clark. 

John Richmond Popplewell, b 5 November 1874, d 11 January 1962, unmd. 

Frank Gouley Popplewell, b 16 March 1877, d 15 June 1929, unmd. 

Henry Harris Popplewell, b 28 February 1879, d 23 October 1885 (age six years). 

Bessie Myrtle Popplewell, b 28 June 1881, d 31 December 1963, md 28 May 1923 Wilbur LaSalle. 

Gladys Popplewell, b 29 June 1895, md 11 February 1920 Herbert A. Saunders. 

Gladys A. P. Saunders record. 



CONN 



(Grace Popplewell 5 - Mary Allen 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

GRACE POPPLEWELL , b 3 October 1870, d 24 June 1951, md 6 January 1907 W. A. Coun or Conn. 

Children: 

Juanita Conn, md 17 February 1923 Harry Fryar. 
Wesley Conn, b 23 March 1907, died infant. 
Vashti Conn, md 5 July 1936 Marvin F . 



SAUNDERS 

(Gladys Popplewell 5 - Mary Allen 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

GLADYS POPPLEWELL , md 11 February 1920 Herbert Saunders, b 6 February 1898. d 1957. 

Children: 

Winifred Saunders, b 18 January 1921, md 14 April 1940 Morris McCauley. 



ALLEN 

(David Allen 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 
166. DAVID ALLEN , b 16 June 1863, d 7 June 1926, son of Richmond and Patsy Jane (Wood) Allen, md in 

1886 Georgia McKinley. 

Children: 

Audrey Allen, b 30 August 1887, md Laura , d 11 April 1919. 

Raymond Allen, b 23 April 1891, d 8 April 1942, md Ruth Moore, 
Wallace Allen, b 13 December 1899, md Eleanor Beal 5 September 1940. 

Record of David Allen, Gladys P. 

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ALLEN 

(Elias Allen 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

166a. ELLAS ALLEN , b 2 September 1859 at Somerset, Kentucky, d 24 October 1918 near Gray, Oklahoma, md 
31 January 1886 at Whitesville, Missouri Kate Henerietta (Hattie) Missimer , b 19 November 1866 at 
Easton, Missouri, d 17 January 1927 at Perryton, Texas. Both buried at lOOF Cemetary, Blackwell, Okla. 

Children: 

Oren Orville Allen, b 18 December 1886, d 17 December 1926, md Mattie Matilda Watson. 

Aubin Amber Allen, b 16 October 1888, d 19 September 1928, md Clara Mitchell Woods. 

William Scott (Bay) Allen, b 27 February 1891 near Whitesville, Missouri, d 2 September 1939 at Perryton, 
Texas, md Lorraine Vestal. He is buried Ochiltree Cemetery, Perryton, Texas. They had no children. 

Grace Allen, b 14 April 1894 at Blackwell, Oklahoma Territory (later Oklahoma), d 23 May 1901 at 
Blackwell, Oklahoma, buried lOOF Cemetery, Blackwell, Oklahoma. 

Hattie Allen, b 8 July 1897, d 8 August 1964, md Walter B, Dunn. 

Walter Allen, b 11 November 1899 at Blackwell, Oklahoma Territory (Oklahoma), d 17 April 1959 at 
Amarillo, Texas, buried Ochiltree Cemetery, Perryton, Texas, md 1st 10 February 1929 Marion Decree, 
b in Canada, d early 1940's, divorced late 1930's or early 1940's. No children. Md 2nd 21 February 
1945 at Turpin, Oklahoma Lorraine Vestal Allen, divorced 1945, no children. 



ALLEN 

(Oren Orville Allen 5 - Elias 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

OREN ORVILLE ALLEN, b 18 December 1886 at Whitesville, Missouri, d 17 December 1926 at Perryton, 
Texas, md 2 December 1910 at Ochiltree County, Texas Mattie Matilda Watson, b 28 February 1888, 
d 7 March 1959 at Perryton, Texas. Both buried Ochiltree Cemetery, Ochiltree County, Texas. 

Children: 

Berniece Allen, b 8 September 1911, d 28 July 1835, md 13 July 1930 George Trosper. 

Clariece Allen, b 30 July 1913, md 12 September 1948 Ray Quintana. 

Loren Eliza Allen, b 28 December 1917, md 29 June 1946 Hazel (Waggoner) Mahan (2nd marriage.) 



TROSPER 

(Berniece Allen 6 - Oren Orville 5 - Elias 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

BERNIECE ALLEN , b 8 September 1911 in Oregon, d 28 July 1935 at Perryton, Texas, buried Ochiltree 

Cemetery, Perryton, Texas, md 13 July 1930 George Trosper, b 10 October 1906. 

Children: 

Patsy Trosper, b 14 January 1932, md 25 March 1955 Clarence Richard. 



RICHARD 

(Patsy Trosper 7 - Berniece Allen 6 - Oren Orville 5 - Elias 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 
PATSY TROSPER , b 14 January 1932, md 25 March 1955 Clarence Richard, b 28 January 1927. 

Children: 

Ricky Ray Richard, b 4 August 1956. 
Randy Jay Richard, b 31 October 1957. 



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QUINTANA 

(Clariece Allen 6 - Oren Orville 5 - Elias 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

CLARIECE ALLEN , b 30 July 1913 in Oregon, md 12 September 1948 at Santa Fe, New Mexico, Ray 

Quintana, b 7 October 1927. 



Children: 

Barbara Quintana, b 13 August 1949 at Santa Fe, New Mexico. 



ALLEN 

(Loren Eliza Allen 6 - Oren Orville 5 - Elias 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

LOREN ELIZA ALLEN, b 28 December 1917, md 29 June 1946 Hazel (Waggoner) Mahan (2nd marriage), 

b 29 January 1917. 

Children: 

Bettye Mahan, b 21 August 1941, md 12 August 1960 Benton Wade Phillips. One child, Joni Dawn Phillips, 

b 2 May 1962 at Perryton, Texas. 
Orville Loren Allen, b 14 October 1947 at Perryton, Texas. 
Randall Lynn Allen, b 7 November 1949 at Perryton, Texas. 

NOTE: Bettye Mahan is the daughter of Hazel Waggoner Mahan and a step-daughter of Loren Allen. I 
do not know whether he adopted her or not. 



ALLEN 

(Aubin Amber Allen 5 - Elias 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

AUBIN AMBER ALLEN , b 16 October 1888 at Whitesville, Missouri, d 19 September 1928 at Perryton, 
Texas, buried at Ochiltree Cemetery, Perryton, Texas, md 8 October 1912 at Woods Ranch, Ochiltree 
County, Texas, Clara Mitchell Woods, b 19 November 1890 near Springfield, Missouri. 

Children: 

Guy Woodson Allen, b 4 September 1916, md 17 August 1946 Willie Pearl Graham. 
Gail Dorsey Allen, b 20 May 1923 at Perryton, Texas, d 25 November 1947 at Perryton, Texas, md 22 
August 1947 Frances Rubottom. No children. He is buried at Ochiltree Cemetery, Perryton, Texas. 



ALLEN 

(Guy Woodson Allen 6 - Aubin Amber 5 - Elias 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

GUY WOODSON ALLEN , b 4 September 1916 in Beaver County, Oklahoma, md 17 August 1946 at 

Perryton, Texas Willie Pearl Graham, b 10 May 1918 at Lexington, Oklahoma. 

Children: 

Sandra Kay Allen, b 10 July 1948 at Perryton, Texas, md 10 June 1967 in Church of Christ, Perryton, 

Texas Eddie Mitchell Doiel, b 23 February 1948 at Shenandoah, Iowa. 
Gregory Guy Allen, b 15 April 1952 at Perryton, Texas. 
Richard Gail Allen, b 10 August 1953 at Perryton, Texas. 



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DUNN 

(Hattie Allen 5 - Elias 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

HATTIE ALLEN , b 8 July 1897 at Blackwell, Oklahoma Territory, d 8 August 1964 at Raton, New Mexico, 
md 19 September 1917 at Guymon, Oklahoma Walter B. Dunn, b 2 September 1891 near Chehalis, Wash., 
d 10 September 1965 at Cimarron, New Mexico, both are buried in the cemetery at Cimanon, New Mex. 

Children: 

Elgin May Dunn, b 6 May 1921 at Perryton, Texas, md 8 March 1941 Vyron Kingery Vance. 
Allen B. Dunn, b 4 November 1928 at Raton, New Mexico (Miner's Hospital) 



VANCE 

(Elgin May Dunn 6 - Hattie Allen 5 - Elias 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

ELGIN MAY DUNN , b 6 May 1921 at Perryton, Texas, md 8 March 1941 at Cimarron, New Mexico 

Vyron Kingery Vance, b 27 October 1912 at Dawson, New Mexico. 

Children: 

Vyron Kingery Vance 11, b 22 March 1942 at St. Louis, Missouri, md 6 April 1963 at Reno, Nevada 

Cheryl Lee Finley. 
Dennis Noel Vance, l? 22 November 1944 at St. Louis, Missouri. 



VANCE 

(Vyron Kingery Vance 7 - Elgin May Dunn 6 - Hattie Allen 5 - Elias 4 - Richmond 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 
VYRON KINGERY VANCE II, b 22 March 1942 at St. Louis, Missouri, md 6 April 1963 at Reno, Nevada 
Cheryl Lee Finley, b 1 March 1946 in Arkansas. 

Children: 

Melissa Carma Vance, b 13 January 1964. 
Vyron Kingery Vance III, b 22 September 1965. 



ALLEN 

(Christopher Harris Allen 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 
32. CHRISTOPHER HARRIS ALLEN , b 1830, son of David and Patsy (Harris) Allen, md 3 December 1847 
Rebecca Jane Jasper, daughter of Black John Jasper and Pamelia (Gardner) Jasper. Rebecca born 1844, 
d 1878. They were married in Somerset, Kentucky when she was twelve years of age. After the birth 
of their children they moved to Gentry County, Missouri. 

Children: 

167. Cicero Allen, b 1858. 

168. George Allen. 

169. Nancy Isabell Allen, b abt 1862, md 15 March 1885 Thomas Dunham Roy. 



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ALLEN 

(John Newton 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 
33. JOHN NEWTON ALLEN , b 25 September 1837 at Somerset, Kentucky, son of David and Patsy (Harris) 
Allen, d 27 January 1913, md 1st October 1860 Mary Catherine Jasper, sister to Rebecca (above), b 14 
December 1847, d 7 June 1928. They were the parents of six children, all born at Oil Center, Pulaski 
County, Kentucky. 

Children: 

Matilda Frances Allen, b 15 April 1862, d 1864. 

170. Alice Allen, b 2 August 1864, md Andy Hendricks. 

171. George Allen, b 11 February 1867, md 11 January 1889 Precilla Barber. 

172. John David Allen, b 12 February 1871, md 13 March 1896 Nellie Morris. 

173. Flora Allen, b 16 January 1879, md 1st J. W. Lawhorn, 2nd J. D. Chetwood. 

174. Everett Allen, b 17 October 1881, md Rosetta Morris 1900. 

This family gathered from census 
bureau and letter from Mrs. Flora 
Chetwood, also other correspondence 
to Pulaski and Gentry County, Mo. 

In corresponding with members of the families, from addresses secured while in Somerset, people were 
very kind and willing to cooperate in getting these family groups. 



ALLEN 

(Waldon Gilmer 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 
34. WALDON GILMORE ALLEN , b 1839 at Somerset, Kentucky, md 14 January 1851 Susan Jasper, b 1836 
at Somerset, Kentucky, daughter of John and Pemelia (Garner) Jasper. This family settled in Gentry 
County, Missouri. All had passed away before 1937. 

Children: 

176. Samuel Allen, b 1852 at Somerset, Kentucky. 

177. Isabell (Bell) Allen, b 28 March 1853, md 7 November 1869 George Irvine. 

178. Permelia Allen. 

Harris Allen, b 1855 (twin). 
William Allen, b 1855 (twin). 



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ALLEN 

(Samuel P. 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

35. SAMUEL P. ALLEN , b c 1840, son of David and Patsy (Martha) Harris Allen, md Louisa Cooper in 1836 
at Somerset, Kentucky. This family settled in Jefferson, Kansas. 

Children: 

179. Cicero Allen, b 1858 at Somerset, md his cousin Alice Allen. 

180. Luther Allen, b 1860. 

Ezekiel Allen, b 1862, unmd, d age 15. 

ADAMS 

(Polly ■ David 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

36. POLLY ALLEN, b 7 October 1825 at Somerset, Kentucky, d 20 January 1911, daughter of David and 
Patsy (Harris) Allen, md 6 February 1849 Alexander Adams b 16 January 1825, d 20 October 1858, son 
of James and Elizabeth (Kerr) Adams. Alexander died in Cuba and is buried there. 

Children: 

181. Newton Adams. 

182. Frances Adams. 

183. Nancy Adams. 

184. James D. Adams. 

Record of Judge Napier Adams to 
M.B.A., 1934. 

ROY 

(Frankey Spears 3 - Samuel Jr. 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

38. FRANKEY SPEARS ALLEN , b 2 March 1822, daughter of Samuel Jr. and Nancy (Spears) Allen, md 31 

December 1837 Leonard Roy, b 20 December 1814, d 14 July 1883. 

Children: 

185. Achillis Jasper Roy, b 21 February 1839 at Pulaski, Kentucky, d 24 July 1924, md Mournan Frances Duncan. 

186. Nancy Allen Roy, b 6 July 1840, d 19 July 1900. md 1st Monroe Boaz, md 2nd Wm. Miller. 
186a. Permelia Roy, b 26 February 1842, d 3 January 1865, unmd. 

Cyrenus Roy, b 17 November 1843, d 1844. 

187. Mary Emerine Roy, b 20 March 1846, d 16 April 1926, md 1st Charles Sisson. md 2nd Wm. Larsen. 
Samuel Roy, b 27 February 1848, died infant. 

188. Rebecca Jane Roy, b 25 January 1851, d 16 February 1898, md Charles Crowe. 
James B. Roy, b 25 January 1851 (twin), died infant. 

Allen Roy, b 15 August 1852, d 6 June 1888, bitten by dog and became a cripple. 

189. AUie Ann Roy, b 25 August 1854, d 18 September 1910. md John Milton Kirkpatrick. 

190. Thomas Dunham Roy, b 28 December 1856, d 13 November 1927, md Nancy Isabell Allen (cousin). 

191. Virginia Frances Roy, b 26 May 186— md George Thomas Pike. 

192. Martha Josephine Roy. b 16 January 1862, d 7 March 1931, md Jas. Griffy Garten. 

193. Lucy Alice Roy, b 22 February 1864, d 1932, md John W. Chick. 
Margaret S. Roy, b 10 April 1866, died infant. 

Sketch in "History of Worth and 
Gentry Counties, Mo. and pp 32-33 
history of "The Roy Family of 
Virginia" by Nancy Reba Roy, 
genealogist of Roy and Duncan fam. 



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ALLEN 

(Love 3 - Samuel Jr. 2 - Samuel 1) 

40. LOVE ALLEN , son of Samuel and Nancy (Spears) Allen, b 26 April 1827, d 28 January 1909, md 28 
August 1865 Elizabeth Ann Bowers, b 24 March 1852, daughter of John and Mariah (Farmer) Bowers of 
Cottage Grove, Lane County. Oregon, d 28 August 1922. 

Children: (all born in Cottage Grove, Lane County, Oregon except Wm. Henry born in California) 

194. Wm. Henry Bird Allen, b 26 June 1867 in California, d 19 May 1900, md 1898 Hattie Martin. 

195. John Samuel Allen, b 9 February 1869, md 1st Viola Veach, md 2nd 

196. Nancy Mariah Allen, b 2 August 1870, d 7 December 1909, md 9 February 1890 Alpha Pitcher. 

197. George Washington Allen, b 26 June 1872, d 8 August 1919, unmd. 
Albert Theodore Allen, b 26 June 1874, d 1877 (infant) 

198. Susan Ann Allen, b 10 February 1877, md James Oliver. 

199. James Allen, b 30 January 1879, md Annie Rhodes. 

200. Rosa Bell Allen, b 24 March 1881, md Richard Martin. 
Love Allen, b 17 December 1883, d 28 January 1909. 

202. Daniel Charles Allen, b 20 March 1887, md Eva Willis. 

203. Hattie May Allen, b 5 June 1891, md Charles Trent. 

204. Robert Thos. Allen, b 23 June 1894. md Ada Bennett. 

This record of Love Allen was sent 
by his son John. It would be most 
interesting to have the records in full 
of these descendants of Samuel Allen. 

YATES 

(Elizabeth Allen 3 - Samuel Jr. 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

41. ELIZABETH ALLEN , b 18 March 1833 at Missouri, md James C. or Jefferson C. Yates, b 7 September 
1831 in Kentucky, daughter of Samuel and Nancy (Spears) Allen, d in Cottage Grove, Oregon. 

Children: 

Lucinda J. Yates, b 5 October 1853, md a Bowers. 

205. Nancy C. Yates, b 8 July 1856, md a Conrad. 

206. Joshua Allen Yates, b 11 April 1858. 

207. Wm. B. Yates, b 5 January 1860, mdPhilenaA. Jannasy, d 1906. 

208. Mary Elizabeth Yates, b 26 September 1866, md a Fletcher. 

Cottage Grove, Oregon records. 

EHRHARDT 

(Martha 4 - Samuel 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

45. MARTHA ALLEN , b 4 April 1852, d 2 September 1929, daughter of Samuel and Mary (Norville) Allen, 

md 1874 Henry Erhardt, b 26 August 1838, d 6 January 1915, son of Martin and Anna Ehrhardt. They 

were of Salisbury, Missouri. 

Children: 

Allen M. Ehrhardt, b 16 August, 1875 at Salisbury, Missouri, md Lyda Keller. 
210. Henry Harvey Ehrhardt, b 25 August 1855, d 6 August 1915. 

Reba Roy records. 



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ALLEN 

(Edward V. 4 - Samuel 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

46. EDWARD VOLUNTINE ALLEN , b 4 November 1854, d 1 November 1943, son of Samuel and Mary 

(Norvi'le) Allen, md 25 October 1882 Ida Flora Dunn, b 7 November 1859, d 14 December 1893 at 

Sumner, Missouri, daughter of William and Margaret (Wright) Dunn. 

Children: 

211. Leslie Olin Allen, b Sumner, Missouri, md Margaret Frakes. 

212. Edith Vera Allen, b Sumner, Missouri, unmd. 

213. Everett William Allen, b Sumner, Missouri, md Lois Welch. 

214. Florc-ce Norville Allen, md Howard Humphries. 

ALLEN 

(John D. 4 - Samuel 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

48. JOHND. ALLEN, b 17 October 1857 at Savannah, Missouri, d 31 May 1943, son of Samuel and Mary 
(Norville) Allen, md 27 February 1884 Mary F. Naylor, b 12 June 1864 at Fayette, Missouri, daughter 
of John B. and Melinda (Cleeton) Naylor. 

Children: 

215. Loren B. Allen, b 16 January 1885 at Sumner, Missouri, md Alberta Erhardt. 

216. Viola V. Allen, b 6 February 1886, md Lee Younger. 

217. J. Samuel Allen, b 4 March 1888 at Salisbury, md Pearl Smith. 

218. Earl B. Allen, b 25 November 1889 at Salisbury, md Kate Hardy. 

ALLEN 

(Nathaniel Newton 4 - Samuel 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

49. NATHANIEL NEWTON ALLEN , b 17 August 1859 at Andrew County, Missouri, d 28 May 1934, son of 
Samuel and Mary (Norville) Allen, md 1879 Emma Z. Smith, b 1861 Mussel Fork, Charlton County, 
Missouri, d 29 November 1888, daughter of Smith and Mary Chrane. Md 2nd 18 August 1891 
Florence Smith Carlstead, b 22 March 1869, daughter of Christian and Mary((Klink) Carlstead. 

Children: (1st wife -- 1. 2, 4 and 5 died in infancy) 

219. Ross Clearman Allen, b 19 August 1884 at Randolph, Missouri, md Floy Howey. Son Ross C. Allen 

b 10 March 1921 at Kirksville, Missouri. 

Children: (2nd wife) 

220. Mary B. Allen, b 10 June 1893 at Chariton County, Missouri, md Oliver McCuUough 

221. William Edward Allen, b 23 September 1894, md Margaret Brown. 

222. Norvell Christian Allen, b 15 June 1898, md Ruth Hostler. 

223. Nathaniel Newton Allen, b 27 August 1901, d 28 May 1934, md 1909 Mildred Wisner. 

224. Christene Allen, b 28 December 1907, md Arthur Jones. 

225. Henry Earhardt Allen, b 27 October 1909, md Moel Homesley. 

ALLEN 

(Samuel 4 - Samuel 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

51. SAMUEL ALLEN, b 14 December 1862, d November 1951, son of Samuel and Mary (Norville) Allen, 

md 21 February 1888 Mary Gearhart. They went to Bay City, Texas, where they had a large pecan 

orchard. He exchanged many pleasant letters until his death. He passed away in his eighty -ninth year. 

Twice he sent his record but never wrote the names of the persons his children married. 



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226. Verna Allen, b 7 September 1889 

227. Adall Allen, b 18 November 1891 

228. Harvey Allen, b 7 April 1898 

229. Clarence Allen, b 6 February 1900 

230. Lucile Allen, b 25 May 1905 

231. Joe Allen, b 19 September 1909 



Record Samuel Allen, Bay City. 
Texas 



ALLEN 

(John Perkins 4 - James 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

55. JOHN PERKINS ALLEN, b 25 March 1851 at Somerset, Kentucky, d 30 December 1931 at Salt Lake City, 
son of James and Julena (Saunders) Allen, md 1 February 1879 Clara Bomer, b 28 October 1861, d in 
Salt Lake 1945, daughter of Isaac and Frances (Carrol) Bomer. 

Children; 

232. Frank Allen, b 19 November 1880 at Walla Walla, Washington, d 24 April 1919. 

233. Guss Allen, b 12 August 1884 at LaGrande, Oregon. 

234. James Holton Allen, b 23 August 1889 at Nampa, Idaho, d 24 April 1930, md Myrtle Frost. 

235. Stanley Carrol Allen, b 6 March 1893 at Park City, Utah, md Ethel Monday. 

Record given by Clara B. Allen to 
M.B. Allen 

ALLEN 

(Mary Catherine 4 - James 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

56. MARY CATHERINE ALLEN , b 8 December 1852, daughter of James and Julena (Saunders) Allen, md John 
Rial Holton 3 February 1885, d 6 November 1945 at Pulaski, Kentucky. She gave M.B. Allen much of 
the material for Samuel AUin's history. They had no children. 



COLYER 

(Nancy Ellen 4 - James Fountain 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

58. NANCY ELLEN ALLEN , b 2 June 1857 at Somerset, Pulaski, Kentucky, d 13 March 1915 

James F. and Julena Kazy (Saunders) Allen, md 24 June 1887 J. Walter Colyer, 



daughter of 



Children: 

Edna Mary Colyer, b 14 February 1888, md Charles Warren Huckleberry. 

Maude Gustave Colyer, b 1898, d 26 September 1953, md 9 November 1919 Harry E. Stigall. 

Howard Colyer, b 15 November 1890, d 12 July 1954, md 6 March 1913 Julia Waddle. 

Allen Colyer, b 1900, deceased, no children, md Ruby Jesse. 

Record of Lyman C. Allen, Las Vegas, 
Nevada (1967) 



ALLEN 

(William Voluntine 4 - James F. 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

59. WILLIAM VOLUNTINE ALLEN, b 26 June 1859 at Somerset, Kentucky, d 3 August 1927, son of James 

Fountain and Julena K, (Saunders) Allen, md Harriet Isabel Edwards, b 1864, d 1889 daughter of 

Liaville W. and Sarah F. (Gregory) Edwards. She died probably in childbirth with her infant son. 

Children: 



236. Samuel Perkins Allen, b 11 February 1886, md 5 December 1907 Grace Keeney. 
Howard Allen, b 1889, died infant. 



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ALLEN 
59. William V. Allen md 2nd Matilda Hamm and after her death md 3rd Coidelia Neeley. 



Children: (2nd wife Matilda) 

237. Raymond Allen, b 21 April 1893, md Myrtle Turner 1928. 

238. Harry B. Allen, b 5 January 1897, md 25 February 1928 Eunice Stubblefield. 

239. Walter Allen, b 10 December 1899, d 26 February 1924, md Alice Margaret Turner. 

240. Marie Allen, b 17 January 1901, md 8 November 1924 Charles HughRankin, one son Dr. H. Rankin of 

Va. / 

Children: (3rd wife Cordelia Neeley) 

241. Ira Allen, md Mabel Silver, no children. 
241a. Christene Allen, md Charles Eates. 

Irvin Allen, unmd at time record was given. 

Record of Marie Allen Rankin (1934), 
new record of Lyman C. Allen, 
Nevada (1967) 



ALLEN 



59a. 



The following families descended from Family No. 59. 

(Samuel Perkins 5 - Wm. Voluntine 4 - James Fountain 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

SAMUEL PERKINS ALLEN , b 11 February 1886 at Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, son of William 
V. and Harriet Isabell (Edwards) Allen, md 3 December 1907 Grace Keeney, b 13 March 1890 at 
Somerset, Kentucky, d 23 September 1958, daughter of Richmead Sharp and Laura (Cox) Keeney. 



Children: (All born at Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky) 

Lyman Quarles Allen, b 27 October 1908, md 29 December 1933 Audrey Lucille Cowan. 

Lois Ann Allen, b 27 November 1910, md 10 April 1934 Earl R. Clauch. 

Lorena Josephine Allen, b 14 May 1913, md Alvin Clifton. 

Lloyd Perkins Allen, b 6 October 1917, died unmd September 1940. 

Lareace Allen, b 10 January 1920, died infant. 

William Elsworth Allen, b 15 July 1927, md Maxine Jones. 

Lyman Q. Allen and Audrey L. Cowan were divorced in March 1946. Lyman Q. md in Las Vegas, 
Nevada Josephine Donneley. 

Record of Lyman C. Allen 



ALLEN 



(William Elsworth 6 - Samuel P. 5 - Wm. V. 4 - James F. 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 
WILLL\M ELSWORTH ALLEN , b 15 July 1927, md Maxine Jones, son of Samuel Perkins Allen, 
b at Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky. 



Wm. 



Children: 



William Elsworth Allen Jr. , b 12 August 1951. 
Deborah K. Allen, b 20 July 1959. 



Record of Lyman C. Allen 



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ALLEN 

(Lyman Quarles 6 - Samuel F. 5 - Wm. V. 4 - James Fountain 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

LYMAN QUARLES ALLEN , b 27 October 1908 at Somerset. Kentucky, son of Samuel Perkins and Grace 

(Keeney) Allen, md 29 December 1933 Audrey Lucille Cowan, b 24 June 1912 at Frazer, Kentucky, 

daughter of Samuel David Owens and wife Sarah Hattie Clauch Cowan. 

Children: 

Lyman Cowan Allen, b 14 March 1935. 

Samuel Joseph Allen, b 24 June 1938, md 19 February 1967 Sandra M. Seech. 

Lyman C. Allen record. Las Vegas. 



JAMES FOUNTAIN ALLEN DESCENDANTS 

HUCKLEBERRY 

(Edna Mary Colyer 5 - Nancy Ellen Allen 4 - James Fountain 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 
EDNA MARY COLYER. md Charles Warren Huckleberry. 

Children: 

Warren Colyer Huckleberry, b 16 October 1916, md Harriet Hauch. 
Ellen Rose Huckleberry, b 21 April 1919, md Peter A. Bertram. 

Lyman C. Allen records. 



STIGALL 

(Maude Gustave Colyer 5 - Nancy Ellen Allen 4 - James Fountain 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 
MAUDE GUSTAVE COLYER , b 1898, d 26 September 1953, md Harry E. Stigall 5 November 1919. 

Children: 

Edgar Fox Stigall, d infant. 

Walter Durham Stigall, b 26 January 1923, md Juanita Nolen 
Children: 



a. Ann Durham Stigall, b 6 May 1947 

b. Michael Stigall, b 15 January 1953 

c. Richard Stigall, b 27 August 1959 



COLYER 

(Howard Colyer 5 - Nancy Ellen Allen 4 - James Fountain 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 
HOWARD COLYER . b 15 November 1890, md Julia Waddle. 

Children: 

Mary Kathlene Colyer, b 24 January 1922, md 30 March 1954 Howard Cash. 
William Leighton Colyer, b 30 September 1926, md 14 October 1945 Helen Mildred Ritter. 
Children : 

a. David Leighton Colyer, b 9 July 1947. 

b. Rebecca Gay Colyer, b 1 December 1949. 

c. Lawrence Howard Colyer, b 20 September 1953. 

d. William Martin Colyer, b 27 May 1952. 



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JAMES SILAS ALLEN DESCENDANTS 

ALLEN 

(James Silas 4 - James Fountain 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
60. JAMES SILAS ALLEN, b 27 July 1861, d 22 Decem.ber 1932, md Mary Edwards. He was the son of 
James F. and Julena K. (Saunders) Allen. 

Children: 

242. Julena (Lena) Allen, b 21 February 1887, md 23 April 1912 Fred Cooper. 1 son Robert d in infancy. 

243. Allie Flossie Allen, b 5 September 1900, md Elmer Hines. There were 14 years between these two 

children. M.B.A. 

Record of Lyman C. Allen (1967) 

and Marie A. Rankin. 

COOPER 

(Lena Allen 5 - James Silas 4 - James Fountain 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

242. LENA ALLEN , b 21 February 1887, md Fred Cooper 23 April 1912, son Robert Cooper. 

HINES 

(Flossie Allen 5 - Jam.es Silas 4 - James Fountain 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

243. FLOSSIE ALLEN , b 5 September 1900, md Elmer Hines. 

Children: 

Rozella Hines, md Thanley J. Cohan. 

Joanne Hines, md Kenneth R. Davis 

Sue Hines, b 19 February 1940, md 27 May 1957 Howard Edwards 

Above records given by Lyman C. 

Allen, Las Vegas, Nevada. 

FRAZURE 

(Eliza Ann 4 - James 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

62. ELIZA ANN GARDNER ALLEN , b 18 December 1865 at Somerset, Kentucky, daughter of James and 

Julia (Saunders) Allen, d 1952, md 5 October 1910 George McClelland Frazure, b 19 September 1864, 

d before 1929. 

There were no children of this marriage. The compiler of this record was a guest at the home of Mary 
Catherine and Eliza Frazure in Somerset, Kentucky in 1934 and attributes much of the gathering of this 
record to these two wonderful ladies. Their memories were so keen, and their minds so clear, although 
Kate was at an age where many people cannot trust their memory. These ladies were very alert and could 
remember the family history of the Aliens, and the many things their father told them of his Grandfather, 
Samuel Allen. He told them Samuel was always very industrious, an early riser, a lover of horses, always 
made it a rule to have the best of every breed of animals, and took great pride in them. He worked almost 
up to the time of his death aged eighty five years. A long, adventurous life of pioneering, soldiering, and 
stock raising and farming. This book is the record of his many descendants, gathered over a period of thirty- 
three years. 

Eliza had never been down to the old home, built by Samuel in 1803, or seen the beautiful valley 
where he lived and raised his family, and the graves where he and Nancy were buried. We knew we just had 
to see that spot before leaving Kentucky, so we hired a cab, and with arms full of beautiful hydrangeas, 
started down the road to visit Mr. Wesley and explore. Going down, it seemed at times that the cab would . 
overturn, the road was so narrow and steep and there were ditches to ford. Eliza ^aid, "Oh Lord, preserve us, 
and we laughed. She said, "Don't you believe in prayer?" We just couldn't penetrate her fear, but we told 
her we sure did. 



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It was quite a trip, having rained all the night before and early into the day. It was a real thrill to 
travel the same old road that had for so many years been the highway and by-way of the family, long 
since gone. Mr. Wesley was at the top of the hill to meet us, and joined us in the downward trip. I asked 
them how on earth Samuel and his covered wagons could ever have made such a trip? They said they cut 
great trees down, and harnessed them to the rear of the covered wagons, so the wagons would drag and not 
turn over on this steep downward trail. It was not even a trail then. They had come up from South Carolina 
with the Adams, the Warrens, the Rasters, and others. In those days their sustenance depended on the game, 
and as it became very scarce in one place, the people would travel to the north and settle. 

However, when they came to the beautiful valley of Kentucky, they decided to settle down and make 
their home. Samuel's valley only had two exits. It was a large basin, so to speak, of more than 400 acres, 
surrounded by the pined hills on every side, and there were great ledges of slate rock all around this land. 
The deep river of Fishing Creek passes to the edge of the land, down through the Cumberland Gap, and it is 
on the banks of this beautiful stream that lay the graves of Samuel and Nancy. After a bounteous dinner, 
Mr. Wesley took us down about ten rods to the graves. I felt it a deep, solemn occasion, to stand by the 
sacred burial place of my husband's and my children's forefather, and to place an armful of beautifying 
flowers upon his grave and Nancy's. 

The old home Samuel had built had two fireplaces, one downstairs and one upstairs, and we could see 
the old crumbling clay where it had been "chintzed"and the logs beneath the clapboards that had been a 
covering later in life. The worn old threshold over which we passed, and the open door, with its home 
made catch and opener (see picture of this latch and home), an old spinning wheel in the corner, all broken 
with age, still remained. It would have been fun to have brought the old spinning wheel back to Utah. 

The memory of this one day, through weeks of research, made it a most memorial visit. Eliza Frazure 
corresponded until her death in 1951. She was very interested in this record and in our success. She said 
she was so glad to know someone would undertake this work. Her sister Mary was the foster mother of Marie 
Rankin and also a devoted friend. 

As we left, Mr. Wesley gave me the dear old Bible that had belonged to Frankey Allen and her husband 
Samuel Dick. We will always thank him for his kind help in gathering this record and for the wonderful 
care he gave to the graves of Samuel and Nancy. 

Maud Bliss Allen 



It was Catherine and her sister Eliza (Allen) Frazure who first told the story about Samuel's birth, that 
his mother was "A Miss Warren", that she was past 49 or in her fiftieth year when he was born, and that he 
was her only child, and that the Allins were of Irish descent. Talking with a noted physician, he said it 
was very possible, but happened seldom, that he had delivered a woman 62 years of age who gave birth to 
a beautiful son. 

Maud Bliss Allen 

COOK 

(Amanda Conner 4 - James F. 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

63. AMANDA CONNER ALLEN , b 6 November 1868, d 3 May 1926, daughter of James and Julena (Saunders) 
Allen, md Alvin Cook, also of Somerset. He was killed by lightning. They had no children. 

COX 

(Luticia 4 - James 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

64. LUTICIA ALLEN, b 16 February 1861 at Somerset, Kentucky, daughter of James and Julena (Saunders) 
Allen, md John Cox of Pulaski County, Kentucky. 

Children: 

Julena Ann Cox, d infant. 



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Samuel Cox, b 31 July 1909, md Edna Alexander 24 March 1934. 
Children : 

a. Wilma Lou Cox, b 24 February 1935, md J. D. Stringer 14 July 1955. 

b. Samuel Cox Jr. , b 18 October 1944, md October 1966 Patricia Cabhook. 

Record of Lyman C. Allen 

ALLEN 

(George Robert 4 - James F. 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

65. GEORGE ROBERT ALLEN , b 31 October 1875 at Somerset, Kentucky, son of James F. and Julena 
(Saunders) Allen, md Pearl Kenny. 

Children: 

Mildred Allen, b 19 May 1911, md Arlie Alexander. 
Children ; 

a. Lyman Alexander, b 11 June 1929, md 3 July 1953 Betty Jane Hail. 

b. Lulu Pearl Alexander, b 1 November 1930, md 10 May 1954 Ray Hines. 

c. Evelyn Alexander, md 3 July 1953 Howard Bradley. 

d. Gene R. Alexander, b 20 March 1935, d 15 June 1962, md Barbara Wade. 

e. Joanne Alexander, b 10 March 1938, md 2 November 1962 James Turpin. 

f . James Allen Alexander, b 2 June 1941, md 24 September 1960 Elmeta Ping. 
Eugene Allen, b 30 November 1912, md 30 March 1939 Beulah Hamm 

Children : 

a. Eugene David Allen, b May 1957. 
Korah Cowan Allen, b 23 February 1921, md 2 March 1940 Harold Burdine. 

Lyman C. Allen record. 



Copy of letter of JOHN ALLEN, a descendant at Oskaloosa, Kansas 

Oskaloosa, Kansas 
September 24, 1935 
Dear Cousin Maud, 

I am in receipt of your letter requesting me to give you all the information I can in regard to our 
family tree. I am glad you have tackled the job. I imagine it is quite an undertaking, and I sincerely 
hope you will make a success as far as it is possible. I have been interested myself, especially to know 
what nationality your ancestors sprang from. All my parents could tell me was that father came from 
North Carolina when he was about seven years old with his parents, and mother came from Virginia when 
she was about six years old. 

According to your letter you have already quite a bit of information regarding my line, me being 
married twice, and who my wives were. Well I will give the rest on the prepared sheet you sent. You 
speak of Father Allen, but you did not give his given name. 

There was a James Allen, a first cousin of my father's who married Nancy Allen, my father's sister. 
I have heard my father talk about how the family objected to them marrying, but they wouldn't give up 
and got married in spite of it all. They first went to Missouri and lived there until shortly after Brigham 
Young and his followers migrated to Utah. He being a believer in their doctrine, followed them and 
helped establish that great city. Salt Lake. 

This James Allen was a son of Riley Allen who was a brother to John Allen my grandfather, whose 
name I and John Perkins Allen bear. I suppose James and Nancy Allen must have quite a posterity around 
and about Salt Lake. I never knew how many children they raised. Uncle Jim was visiting back in 



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Kentucky about the time I was 15 or 16 years old. Aunt Nancy didn't want to come. She said she thought 
it would be too m.uch of a trip for her. They were getting rather old at that time. 

I suppose you or your husband are some of that family. I am glad to be in touch with you. 

(signed) J J. Allen 

A postscript follows: 

Father is staying here with us here at Oskaloosa at present. My other three sisters live at Windom, 
and Little River, Kansas. We have a little nine year old daughter Ruth Ellen, Minnie has two daughters 
--Ellegene 18 and AUena 16. Mallie has one daughter Mildred Lee Anderson, 30--Mar>', two daughters, 
Helen 19 and Doris 17. Ophelia had no children and Henry wasn't married. Albert was raised by grand- 
mother- -had four children, Jessie, Elizabeth, James. Mildred --all are married. Elizabeth died June 
30th, 1934, James has a daughter lives in Chicago, Jessie lives in Springfield, Ohio, has a son. Mildred 
lives in N, Y, City. I came to this county (Jeff) from Ky. when I was four years old. We lived here 
17 1/2 years. Moved to Lane Co. Kansas for two years, and then back to McPherson Co. The folks have 
been there ever since. We were married at Dighton Lane Co. and have lived here at this place, all our 
married life. Were glad to hear from you and would like to have a copy if you accomplish anything of 
interest. 

Yours truly, 

(signed) Tina Allen Payne 

Second letter enclosed with the one from John Allen of Oskaloosa, dated September 24, 1935. 

P.S. I thought I was through with answering your request, but after having your letter re-read I thought 
perhaps I was mistaken when I said that James Allen who came to Utah was a son of Riley or Rile Allen. 
Perhaps he was old Uncle Sam's son. There were three sons who came to Kentucky, Riley, Samuel and 
John. I never learned where Rile and Samuel went to. They left Kentucky I am very sure before I was 
bom. This is about all I know about our ancestors. 

Perhaps it might interest you a little for me to give you just a little sketch of John P. and my adven- 
ture 64 years ago the 18th last. He and I boarded the old stage coach at Somerset Ky. bound for Kansas. 
It only took us to Stanford. There we took the train, just a couple of boys, never had been away from 
home, but we were full of pep and glee. We emagined we were going to get rich by coming West and 
grow up with the country. 

Well we didn't stay in Kansas only until the next Spring when he and another lad from our home 
neighborhood pulled out for Oregon and left me. I had loaned what money I had to a friend and couldn't 
collect it just then but was to follow them as soon as I got my money. Well when 1 got it I was out of 
the notion and so I never saw him again. We corresponded for a long while, but he quit writing, and it 
was twenty years that I nor any of his folks never heard of him. We all gave him up for dead. But finally 
he wrote a letter to one of our second cousins who lived here in Kans. , asking him if he knew where I was, 
so he sent me the letter, and I actually wept with joy when I learned he was living in Salt Lake City. So 
we corresponded from that time on until he lost his mind and his wife and I have kept it up ever since. 

(signed) J, J, Allen 

Fearing I might over-burden your free postage (a stamped envelope) I am scribbling some more, 
although I never met her (John's wife) she sure has had a hard time but was faithful to the last, and besides 
she raised four sons, two of them dying after they were grown young men, and the last I heard from her 
there was one living with her who was a perfect invalid with heart trouble. She has or did have one living 
I believe in Los Angeles, California. 



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Well I never got through telling you about my career. I was back and forth from Kansas to Missouri 
for three years, when in 1874 the grasshoppers invaded Kansas and Western Mo, and devoured everything 
that was grown but me. 1 managed to escape and flee to Kentucky back to the girl I left behind me and 
we were married the 5th of January 1875. Albert was born July 23, 1876. She never recovered from her 
confinement and died when the baby was eight weeks old. 1 lived single one year and Nicey and 1 were 
married Sept. 23, 1877. Lived in Ky. 15 years, returned to Kansas Nov. 1889. Our six children whose 
names and ages I have given you on the other sheet. Allen 

The writer located this family of John Perkins Allen in Salt Lake and although so many relatives were 
in this vicinity, John Perkins died not knowing it. 

Oskaloosa, Kansas 
22 October, 1935 

Dear Mrs. Allen: 

1 am in receipt of your letter and other material. I want to give you a little more information regard- 
ing our Family Tree. I believe 1 gave you the names of the three brothers who came to Kentucky from 
North Carolina, which is the earliest history of the Aliens I know anything about. 

Old Uncle Sam left Kentucky before I knew anything about him, and 1 don't ever remember the folks 
saying where he went. I spoke in my first letter of James Allen who married my father's oldest sister, 
Nancy Allen, and his first cousin. I have heard my father speak of Rile Allen, but 1 never did know who 
he was, but a cousin some where. I have an idea he was old Uncle Sam's son. 

1 knew old Uncle David very well. He lived in Kentucky until he was quite old and all of his children 
grown up and married. He raised seven sons and one girl. Her name was Nancy Allen, and she married 
Gaylor Cooper. They came to Kansas in rather an early day. I know all of his boys names, but I never 
knew them all as some of them went to Missouri before I knew them. Bird was the oldest, then Thompson, 
then Harris, Richmond, Gilmore, Samuel and John, 

These were the youngest sons who lived in Kentucky most all of their lives. Sam came to Kansas in 
1869, and settled about 8 miles south of Oskaloosa. He has a son living about 7 miles south of here. His 
name is Luther David Allen, and his address is Williamstown, Kansas. He might be able to give you more 
information concerning his grandfather's family than I. That Gilmore Allen you heard of dying in Oklahoma 
must have been a nephew of old Gilmore Allen who has been dead for 30 or 40 years. 

Sincerely yours, 
(signed) John Julius Allen 

NOTE: Elsewhere in this record and in the history of James Allen, it states that Nancy McDaniels Allen 
married her cousin James Allen, son of Rial and Margaret (Evans) Allen, which complete Family Group 
appears in the Genealogical Section of this record, 

M. B. Allen 



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JOHN JUUUS ALLEN (1851 - 1944) 
Son of Voluntine and Mildred (Saunders) Allen from Somerset, Kentucky to Oscaloosa, Kansas. 
This picture was taken for this record 25 December 1937 at age 86 years, 7 months, 17 days. 



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A few lines to Maud B. Allen, written October 1935. 

It was in eighteen hundred fifty -one 
When this old life of mine begun. 
And it was in old Kentucky "K" 
In a little old log cabin, 
All chinked with sticks and clay 
In the pleasant month of May. 

The roses were ablooming 

The butterfly was on die wing 

The humming bird was humming 

And just out side the door 

The forest trees were ringing 

With music the song birds were singing. 

And in the cabin there, 

Was a mighty happy pair 

All because I was there 

And I think Dad said to Mother, 

As he peeked beneath the cover 

"Oh my, ain't he fine, but for another 

I wouldn't give a dime. " 

But just at that time they had no ide 
What their fate in life would be. 
For there were seven others, 
Four sisters and three brothers, 
And I was the big eight 
Thus their fate did terminate. 

And these four girls and we four boys 
Were the chief source of all 
Pa's and Mother's sorrows, and their joys 
Now I have told you in rhyme of a few 
Things that happened in my early life time. 
Please excuse spelling and all mistakes 
For this is my birthday rhyme. 

Sincerely Yours 

John Julius Allen, of Kansas 

ALLEN 

(John Julius 4 - Voluntine 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

67. JOHN JULIUS ALLEN , b 8 May 1851 at Somerset, Kentucky, son of Voluntine and Mildred (Saunders) 

Allen. When he was quite young, he and his cousin John Perkins Allen boarded the old stage coach at 

Somerset, Kentucky bound for Kansas. They took the train at Stanford, a couple of young boys who 

had never been away from home before, all full of pep and vim. They thought they would go west, 

get rich and grow up with the country. They stayed in Kansas until spring. Then John Perkins Allen 

and another lad struck out for Oregon, leaving John Julius still in Kansas. For 20 years no one heard 

from John Perkins. Finally he decided to write and learn about his people. He had lived in Oregon, 

Idaho and in Utah. He lies buried in Utah at Wasatch Lawn Cemetery. 



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John Julius Allen md 1st 5 January 1875 Alice Gragg. She died shortly after the birth of their first child 
23 September 1876. She was the daughter of John Gragg. John J. md 2nd in 1877 Nicey Doss, b 20 
August 1845, d 7 March 1925. John Julius d 1944 and both are buried near Little River, Rice County, 
Kansas. 

Children: (1st wife) 

247. Albert Elmo Allen, b 23 July 1876, md Lela VanHook. He d September 1907. 
Children: (2nd wife Nicey Doss) 

248. Henry David Allen, b 6 July 1878, d September 1914 , unmd, born and died in Rice County, Kansas. 

249. Minnie Lee Allen, b 3 October 1879, md Robert C. Esholm. 

250. Mallie Ann Allen, b 27 August 1881, md Cary O. Everett. 

251. Mary Alice Allen, b 26 April 1885, md Daniel V. Everett. 

252. Tina Ellen Allen, b 14 November 1886, md William A. Payne. 

253. Ophelia Estel Allen, b 22 May 1888, md 15 March 1928, Chas. Hunsinger. 

Letters of John Julius Allen, Tina 
A. Payne. Record given M.B. 
Allen (1935), Allen Bible. 

ALLEN 

(James H. 4 - Voluntine 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

69. JAMES HAYDEN ALLEN , b 23 February 1856, d 1916, son of Voluntine and Mildred (Saunders), 
md Emma Arthur. 

Children: 

254. Arthur W. Allen, b at Somerset, Kentucky, md Vida Weddell, daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth 
(Ward) Weddell. 

Page 179, Pulaski History, Ky. -- "Dr. Arthur W. Allen, son of James and Emma (Arthur) Allen of 
Pulaski, later of Boston, Mass. Board of Regents American College of Surgeons and Pres. of Medical 
Society and Council of Surgery at Mass. Gen. Hospital. " 

Dr. Allen a prominent surgeon of Boston, now deceased. 

ALLEN 

(Alice 4 - Voluntine 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 
71. ALICE ALLEN , b 1861 at Somerset, Pulaski, Kentucky, daughter of Voluntine and Mildred (Saunders) 
Allen, md her cousin Cicero Allen listed as Family No. 179 in this record, Cicero was the son of 
Samuel and Louisa (Cooper) Allen, a cousin. 



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ALLEN 

(Henry Columbus 4 - Voluntine 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

72. HENRY COLUMBUS ALLEN, b 13 November 1865 at Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, d 1945 at 
Elihu, Kentucky, son of Voluntine and Mildred (Saunders) Allen, md in 1897 Sadie Gann. He was 
known always as "Lum" Allen. 

Children: (all born at Elihu, Kentucky) 

255. Burdett Allen, b 1898, md Lenora 

256. William Foster Allen, b 1900 

257. Edwin Allen, b 1903 

258. Mary Evelyn Allen, b 1911 

259. Arthur Colton Allen, b 1921 

He went to Somerset, Kentucky to see M. B. Allen personally, as he was very interested in the Allen 
Genealogy. He said, "You know my grandmother was Rachel McDONALD. " "No, your grandmother was 
Rachel McDaniel, daughter of Hugh and Rebecca (Rogers) McDaniel. " "Oh no! I am sure my mother's name 
was McDonald. " And so off to the Pulaski County Court House we went. Much to his surprise he found the 
name clearly written MCDANIEL . He was so very happy to make the correction and said he would have to 
inform all the many descendants. 

Somerset Court House records. 
Mary Tibbals' family records. 
M.B. Allen research in McDaniel 
TIBBALS papers. 

(Mary Nancy 4 - Voluntine 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

73. MARY NANCY ALLEN , b 19 July 1867 at Somerset, d 4 April 1964 age 95 plus, daughter of Voluntine 
and Mildred (Saunders) Allen, md 9 June 1892 William H. Tibbals, b 16 September 1864 in Indiana, 
d 23 August 1944. He was owner of a chain of Drug stores that reached from Kentucky to Florida. 
Knowing her personally, we kept in contact by letters. 

Children: (all born in Somerset, Pulaski, Ky) 

William Howard Tibbals, b 22 March 1893, md Mercedes Munson 

Annie Mildred Tibbals, b 29 December 1895, d Jl January 1932, md George Hunt Mitchell 

Ruth Tibbals, b 14 April 1898, md J. Ernest Sears. 

Alice Tibbals, b 1900, md Owen Griebben and settled in Cincinnatti, Ohio. 

Thomas Voluntine Tibbals, b 23 June 1903, md Katherine Inez Minger 

David Saunders Tibbals, b 26 October 1908, md Geraldine Mastin 

Henry Hayden Tibbals, b 1914, md Anna Lucile Blanton. 

Record given in 1933 to M.B. Allen. 

Mary (Allen) Tibbals. 



80 



|W. H. Tibbals, Druggist Here For 54 Years, 
Dies After Illness Of Several Weeks 




W. H. ■nSBALS 



AU4EN 

Vol T. AUen, 76, well known citi- 
zen of Etna, died Tuesday morning 
at his home. He was formerly en- 
gaged in the mercantile bukneas 
and served as postmaster at the old 
Etna office for seyeral terms. He 
was an upright citizen with many 
frleads. The funeral service was 
tbjs morning at the Bti^a Christl^ 
Church. Burial was in the Stn^ 
Cemetery. 

aaa~ ~ffiue mi iui> ativmcau f tum 
practices and he was a leader in 
■his profession. He was one of the 
first in this county to brin^ In reg- 
istered cattle and his b^ of Blade 
Angus' co^s was th^'^vy of xnai^y. 
H« was a loving a«d devoted bus- 
band %nd father, wals held in high 
esteem by all who Imew him and 
his death came as a distinct shoclc 
,t^ a ho^t; of friends. He was a faith- 
ful and loyal member of the Baptist 
Church and was -devoted to the 
teachings and wprk of bis Master. 
He is survived by hi^ wife, Mrs. 
Sadie Cann Allen; three sons, Bur- 
dette AU^n of Luretha, roster Allen 
of Cincinnati, and Pvt. Edwin Allen, 
who is in an Army camp in CaU- 
fomia; a daughter^ Miss Mary Eliz- 
abeth AUen of Elibu, and several 
gyan df . hlltlr ^ n agiiit brotttlis and ^- 

tSDL 



Rites To Be Tomorrow 
Afternoon At Home 



Funeral services for William How- 
ard Tibbals, 78, Somerset druggist 
for 54 years, who died at 7:30 o'clock 
last night at his home on North 
Main Street after an illness of sev- 
eral weeks, wUl be held tomorrow 
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the res- 
idence with the Rev. D. L. Hill of- 
ffciating. Burial will be in the city 
cemetery. 

Mr. Tibbals was bom in Rising 
Sun> Ind., September 16, 1865. Qn 
: June 9, 1890, he came to Soineistt, 
,e&tering the firm of Ill^teU Ows 
Compsny with his uncle, the tote 
Lute Tibbals, and a cousin, I>r. P. E 
Tibbals. For ten years before com- 
ing here from Rising Sim, he had 
been employed as cashier,' book- 
keeper and salesman for a general 
y mercantile firm. The concern (^ 
lerated stores in Kansas and Col- 
iorado'as well as In Indiana, and Mr. 
Tibbals also worked in the former 
two states. 

The Tibbals store in 1890 when 
Mr. Tibbals came here was in a 
building on Jcdinson's Block on 
South Main Street where the Stan- 
dard Oil Station now stands. The 
building was the largest in Scsner- 
set at that time. Mr. Tibbals served 
his apprenticeship ill pharmacy un- 
der his uncle, according to the reg- 
ulations of that day, and in 189^ 
passed the state examination and 
was granted a license to fill pre- 
scriptions. ' } 

In 1895 Mr. Tibbals left the South 
Main Street store, taking his inter- 
est in the business in the form of 
merchandise which he hauled in a 
small cart to the new business he 
was establishing for himseU in the 
room in the Masonic Building on 
the Public Square which is now oc- 
cupied by the United States BSn- 
ployment Service. Dr. Tibbals and 
his father continued in business at 
the Johnson's Block store for a 
number of years. Following the 
death of his father. Dr. Tibbals dos- 
ed the store to devote his full time 
to the practice of veterinary surgery. 

Mr. TlbbtLls prospered in the u{k 
town store and tlnfee Tears aftw 
going into business for hlmseU he 
moved to the store room next door 
now occupied by Cundiff Brothers 
Jewelry Store, enlarged 'his stock of 
merchandise and took as his part- 
ner his brotlier-in-law, the lato 
James H. Allen. In 1911 Mr. Allen 
sold his interest in the business to 
Mr. Tibbals and went to Florida for 
his health. In 1915 Mr. Tibbals pur- 
chased the building on Main Street 
in which the store is now located, 
land the foUowine vear mnveri tn it. 



Two years to the day after com- 
ing to Somerset, Mr. Tibbals and 
Miss Mary Allen of Elihu were mar- 
ried. They observed their golden 
wedding anniversary in 1948. Bli 
of their seven children are living. 

A son, Tom Tibbals, became a 
partner in the business in 1929 and 
the firm became known as W. H. 
Tibbals & Son. Another son, Henry 
Tibbals, became connected with the 

firm in 1! >33. 



THE SOMERSET JOUR 



W. H. Tibbals Dies At 
Home Here Last Night 



(Continued from page 1) 



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I Baptist Church, semng as a oeacon 
I for many years. 

' Mr. Tibbals was one of Somerset's 
oldest and most respected business- 
'men, and th^ store which he foimd- 
jed is the oldest drug store in the 
■city and one ,of the county's oldest 
I business firms. Through the years 
he earned a reputation for honest 
dealing and service which can be 
boasted by few. He was known in 
all parts of the c<amty and wa^ 
iie\i in highest esteem by all who 
knew him. 

His pleasing personality, genuine 
friendliness and an overwhelming 
desire to be of service gained for 
him hundreds of friends of all aget,- 
He was a r&an of strong convictions 
and a truetphristlan. The strength 
of his character was evidenced by i 
the fact that he believed cigarettes 
to be harmful and never permitted 
them to be sold in his store. He be- 
lieved the keeping open of drug 
stores on Sunday was desecrating 
the Sabbath and therefore closed his 
business on Sundays despite the faqt 
I that "for several years his competl- 
Bors remained open. He was always 
bet friend to those in need and no 
fdeserving persons ^ere ever turned 
'• away from ' his door. He was a 
[Christian gentleman of a type which 
•is rarely encountered. 

til. Tibbals had been in declining 
iiealth for several years and for the 
last f^w years spent only a few 
hours each day in his store. 

Besides his wife, he is survived bx 
two daughters, Mrs. Ruth Sears ot 
Somerset and Mrs. Alice T. Gribhin 
of Louisville; four sons, Tom and 
Henry Tibbals of Somerset, David 
Tibbals of Staunton, Va., and Wil- 
liam H. Tibbals. Jr., of UmatUla, 
Pla.; a sister, Mrs. Ruth McHenry 
of San Diego, Calif.; and a broth- 
er, Luther S. ■nbbals of Tampa. 
Pla. 



81 

IRVINE 

(Rachel Mahala 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

114. RACHEL MAHALA ALLEN„ b 12 January 1832 at Waitsboro, Calloway County, Kentucky, d 3 June 1861 
at St. Joseph, Missouri. She was the daughter of James and Nancy (Allen) Allen. She was married in 
Missouri to Lafayette "Lafe" Irvine. They were the parents of four children. The Aliens (Lewis and 
James and families) had prepared to stait west in 1862 to migrate to Utah. Lafayette was desirous of 
making Rachel's sister, Margaret Mary Jane, his wife. Margaret did not give Lafayette any encourage- 
ment, but when they staned west, he with his children in his carriage, rode with them one whole day. 
When he saw he was doomed to disappointment in getting Margaret to return with him, he started back 
to his home in St. Joseph. 

Lafayette Irvine was born 6 November 1833 and md Rachel 17 March 1853. 

He would take neither side of the War, remaining neutral. On the way back he was seized by a group 
of Vigilantes and murdered. They took his body to his home and threw it across the threshold. 

Children: 

James W. Irvine, b 27 December 1853 at St. Joseph, Mo. 
Rachel Mary Irvine, b 22 August 1855 at St. Joseph, Mo. 
Samuel Allen Irvine, b 11 February 1859 at St. Joseph, Mo. 
Delilah Irvine, b 3 January 1861, d 1866 at St. Joseph, Mo. 

The above story was told to this researcher many times. All efforts to follow the children's lives have 
been without success. 

M. B. A. 

Rachel's sister Margaret was a fine step-dancer, and used to entertain the villagers at their parties and 
dances with her fine performances. 

ALLEN 

(Francis Marion 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

115. FRANCIS MARION ALLEN , 1st son and 2nd child of James and Nancy Allen, b at Waitsboro, Calloway 
County, Kentucky 1 April 1834. He d 12 November 1907 at Draper, Utah, md 29 December 1869 
Mary Burnham, b 18 February 1850 at Kanesville, Iowa, d 15 April 1931 at Twin Falls, Idaho. They 
were pioneers of Lewiston, Utah and later settled at Pine, Arizona. 

Children: 

260. Francis Marion Allen, b 21 December 1871 at Draper, Utah, d 23 June 1895/6, killed by robbers. 

261. Harriet Evelyn Allen, b 25 March 1874 at Lewiston. Utah, d 29 July 1948 in Idaho, md 11 October 

1899 Francis A. Webb. 

262. Charles Rial Allen, b 19 February 1876 at Lewiston. Utah, d 23 November 1919, md 1 March 1897 

Rachel Thompson. 

263. John Herbert Allen, b 16 November 1879, d 5 May 1962, md 1 December 1898 Hulda L. Lewis. 

264. Mahala Allen, b 28 July 1885 at Pine, Arizona, d 11 May 1964, md 29 December 1903 Leonard Peter 

Jensen. 

265. Florence B. Allen, b 4 July 1887 at Pine, Arizona, d 25 April 1960, md 8 February 1915 Robert L. 

Darrow. 

266. Lula Jeanette Allen, b 7 May 1892 at Snowflake Arizona, md 24 December 1913 Clifford Leo Neilson. 

Record of A. J. Allen, 

record of Lula A. Neilson, Calif. , 

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TFRRY" 

(Margaret Mary Ann 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
116. MARGARET MARY ANN ALLEN , b 18 September 1836 at Savannah, Andrew County, Missouri, d 29 July 
1890 at Draper, Utah, daughter of James and Nancy (Allen) Allen, md September 1864 Joseph Terry 
b 6 June 1842 at Crooked Creek, Van Buren County, Iowa, d 23 April 1916 at Draper, Utah, son of 
William Reynolds and Mary Allen (Phillips) Terry. 

Children: (born at Draper, Utah) 

Joseph Allen Terry, b 29 November 1865, d 7 February 1918, md 13 December 1889 Hannah M. Rawlins. 

William Reynolds Terry, b 20 September 1869, d 19 May 1939, md 17 February 1907 Florence McArthur. 

Lisad-i'^ Allen Terry, b 6 November 1867, d January 1932, md 6 January 1888 Lorenzo F. Walker. 

Mary Albina Terry, b 3 March 1875. d 18 November 1940, md 25 March 1896 Hyrum Peterson. 

Alma Terry, b 9 June 1878, d 11 April 1957, md 7 January 1904 Annie Estella Ennis. 

Record of Church papers. Alma Terry 
record to M.B. Allen (1935), Lola 
M. Terry Olson, Sandy, Utah family 
record. Jane A. Gordon research. 

Descendants of No. 116, MARGARET MARY ANN ALLEN - JOSEPH TERRY 
TFRRY 

(Joseph Allen 5 - Mgt. Mary Ann 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

JOSEPH ALLEN TERRY , b 29 November 1865 at Draper, Utah, d 9 February (7th?) 1918, son of Joseph 
and Mgt. Mary Ann (Allen) Terry, md 13 December 1889 Hannah Maria Rawlins, b 15 April 1870, 
d 22 June 1957, daughter of Joseph Sharp and Hannah (Stringfellow) Rawlins^ 

Children: (all born at Draper, Utah) 

Harvey Terry, b 1 June 1891, d infant. 

Margaret Terry, b 1892, d infant. 

Robert Gerald Terry, b 18 February 1894, d 4 February 1920, md 10 February 1917 Katherine Nyland. 

Barnard Dean Terry, b 18 April 1897. 

Allen Rawlins Terry, b 17 March 1900, md 24 January 1923 Laura Tamer Day. 

Paulette Terry, b 17 June 1902, md 24 January 1925 Joseph Benjamin Bermha_ . 

Martha Lucile Terry, b 21 December 1906, md 14 January 1925 Harold Hall Francis. 

Saphronia Rawlins Terry, b 3 January 1909, md 26 July 1925 Edward S. Grant. 

Rawlins - Terry records. Church 
certificates, records. 

THIRY 

(Wm. Reynolds 5 - Mgt. Mary Ann 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

WILLIAM REYNOLDS TERRY , b 20 September 1869 at Draper, Utah, d 19 May 1939 at Parker, Idaho, 

son of Joseph and Mgt. Mary Ann (Allen) Terry, md 17 February 1907 at Logan, Utah Florence McArthur, 

b 13 December 1887 at Paradise, Utah, daughter of John Dickson and Sarah Elizabeth (Abbott) McArthur. 

Children: (born at Wilford, Fremont County, Idaho) 

William Earl Teriy, b 3 August 1908, md Dorothy Muir Burningham. 
John Teri-y, b 8 October 1909, md Hermina Baumgartner. 
Children : 

a. Marline Ruth, b 20 May 1932, md Jas. Price. 

b. Clayton John Terry, b 18 July 1935, md Ruth Wilding. 

c. Brent Ernest Terry, b 22 July 1945. 

d. Debra Terry, b 5 February 1952. 



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WALKER 

(Lisadore Terry 5 - Mgt. Mary Ann 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

LISADORE ALLEN TERRY , b 6 November 1867 at Draper, Utah, d 13 January 1932, daughter of Joseph 

and Mary Ann (Allen) Terry, md 4 January 1888 Lorenzo Franklin Walker, b 11 April 1859 at Boston, 

Massachusetts, d 13 March 1924, son of Robert and Ann (Wilson) Walker. 

Children: (all born at Draper, Utah) 

Lorenzo Franklin Walker, b 14 October 1888, d April 1865, md 15 June 1910 Lucy Westenhome. 

Alvin Joseph Walker, b 14 July 1891, d 16 August 1954, md 5 January 1935 Alice M. McCormick. 

Kathleen Mgt. Walker, b 1 January 1895, d 25 November 1958, md 11 June 1913 Elmer Seal. 

James Wesley Walker, b 24 August 1900, d 3 February 1935, md 2 July 1921 Garnett Sellers. 

Ethel Montez Walker, b 9 April 1903, md 2 August 192_ Harry Thomas Lloyd. 

Venus Walker, b 9 December 1907, md 1st 9 September 1926 Ralph Samuel Beck, md 2nd John I. Lien. 

L.D.S. Church records, Lisadore 
Walker family records, Mrs. T. K. 
Edmunds records. 

PETERSON 

(Mary Albina Terry 5 - Margaret Mary Ann 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

MARY ALBINA TERRY , b 3 March 1875 at Draper, Utah, d 18 November 1940 at Sandy, Utah daughter 

of Joseph R. and Margaret Mary (Allen) Terry, md 25 March 1896 Hyrum Niels Peterson, b 6 September 

1864 at Logan, Utah, d 22 May 1915 at Price, Utah son of Niels and Mary Peterson. 

Children: (born at Draper, Utah) 

Claude Lincoln Peterson, b 22 November 1896, d 28 July 1954, md 9 January 1917 Vera Freeman. 
Children : 

a. Darrel Lincoln Peterson, b 4 July 1918, md 2 May 1942 Dorothy E. Stark. 

b. Mary Joyce Peterson, b 15 September 1926, md 20 September 1945 Kess R. Hansen. 
Jess Leon Peterson, b 10 March 1900, md 29 September 1928 Louise Ellen Hardy. 

Children : 

a. Gilbert Leon Peterson, b 29 May 1929, md 4 February 1955 Nola Green. 

b. Dolores Ellen Peterson, b 21 September 1936, md Raymond Joseph Tanner. 

c. Margaret Louise Peterson, b 7 October 1939, md Ivan Allen Glover. 

d. Marlon Hardy Peterson, (twin) b 7 October 1939. 

Record of Mrs. Lincoln Peterson to 
Jane (Allen) Gordon. 

TERRY 

(Alma Terry 5 - Margaret Mary Ann 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ALMA TERRY , b 9 June 1878 at Draper, Utah, d 11 April 1957, son of Joseph R. and Mgt. Mary Ann 

(Allen) Terry, md 7 January 1904 Mary Estella Ennis, b 18 AprU 1886, d 6 May 1921, daughter of 

Willard Ennis. 

Children: 

Willard Moyle Terry, b 6 October 1904, md 6 May 1931 Madeline Gardner. 

LaPreal Terry, b 19 April 1910, md 2 July 1925 William Charles Osborne. 

Ennis Alma Terry, b 19 April 1910, md 2 May 1934 Alice Borg. 

Marvel Terry, b 13 July 1914, md 9 August 1934 Michael Cassedy (Cassidy). 

Margaret Terry, b 4 February (11) 1916, md August 1937 Brayton Wight (Waght). 

Record of Mrs. H. O. Barrett, Draper, 
Utah, Mrs. LaPreal Osborne, Murray, 
Utah. 



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TERRY 

(Ennis Alma Terry 6 - Alma 5 - Mgt. Mary Ann Allen 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ENNIS ALMA TERRY , md Alice Borg. 

Children: 

Afton Daniel Terry, b 21 October 1934, md 3 June 1954 Van Sterling Hopeling. 
LaVon Terry, b 13 August 1936, md Richard D. White. 
Sandra Lee Terry, b 18 June 1944, md 9 July 1964 Thos. C. Gunderson. 
LaRae Terry, b 15 September 1950. 



Ennis Terry and Mrs. H. O. Berrett 
records. 

OSBORNE 

(LaPreal Terry 6 - Alma 5 - Mgt. Mary Ann 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

LAPREAL TERRY , md Chas. W. Osborne. 

Children: 

Mary Maxine Osborne, b 2 May 1926, md Ralph W. Erickson, div. 

Beth LaPreal Osborne, b 20 December 1928 (9), md Wm . Jack White. 

Wilma Osborne, b 23 January 1931, md 1st Glade Christensen, md 2nd Clifford Aldridge. 

WilUam Terry Osborne, b 11 November 1937, md 19 September 1963 Jackie Makason. 

Record of LaPreal Osborne, Murray, Utah. 

TERRY 

(Allen Rawlins 6 - Jos. Allen Terry 5 - Mgt. Mary Ann Allen 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
ALLEN RAWLINS TERRY , b 17 March 1900, son of Joseph Allen and Hannah M. (Rawlins) Terry, md 24 
January 1923 Laura Tamer Day, b 30 August 1900, daughter of Samuel Cottrell and Maud E. (McGuire) 
Day. 

Children: 

Haraly Allen Terry, b 30 August 1923, md 20 December 1946 Maxine Neilsen. 

Norma Lou Terry, b 27 June 1926, md 17 December 1947 Paul Raymond Johnson. 

Joseph Lynn Terry, b 27 June 1929, md 20 December 1948 Jean LaMay Baird. 

Lola Mae Terry, b 24 March 1934, md 28 May 1952 James Wilford Olson. 

Harold Day Terry, b 15 March 1936, md 25 August 1961 Helene Smith. 

Laura Jean Terry, b 28 August 1938, md 13 September 1957 David Jacobsen, div. 

Sandra Lee Terry, b 25 June 1941. 

Robert Scott Terry, b 10 September 1943, md 15 June 1963 Rose Marie Costanza. 

Terry -Day record. 



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Grandchildren of USADORE TERRY WALKER 

LLOYD - KROESCHER 

(Ethel M. Walker 6 - Lisadore Walker 5 - Mgt. Mary Ann Allen 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ETHEL MONTEZ WALKER , b 9 April 1903 at Draper, Utah, md Isi Harry Thomas Lloyd, md 2nd Ernest 
F. Kroescher. 

Children: (Harry T. Lloyd) 

Harry Alvin Lloyd, b 9 March 1921, md July 1956 Flora Lee Wilson, div. 

Glen Earl Lloyd, b 27 November 1922, md 21 September 1944 Lareta Peterson. 

Wanda Lloyd, b 1 October 1926, md 21 May 1943 Thomas Ray Edmonds. 

Melva Lloyd, b 6 April 1927, md 8 June 1946 Gordon Ray Trowbridge. 

Wallace Arthur Lloyd, b 4 May 1929, md 15 August 1949 Galorma Jean Stephensen. 

Children: (Ernest F. Kroescher) 

Ernestine Carol Kroescher, b 6 February 1937, md 16 April 1955 Melvin Leon Phillips, div. , md 2nd Jas. 

E. Carol. 
Anna Ruth Kroescher, b 21 September 1938, md 29 January 1958 Garen Theron Larsen. 




Family of Samuel Jackson Allen. Left to right (front row): Conrad Allen, George Allen, Carrie Allen Hyde, 
James H. Allen, Arthur Allen. (Back row): Francis Marion Allen, Lewis Allen, John Julius Allen. 



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ALLEN 

(Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
117. SAMUEL JACKSON ALLEN , b 8 January 1839 at Far West, Missouri, d 25 September 1907 at Lewiston, 

Utah, ?on of James and Nancy (Allen) Allen, md 18 October 1867 Caroline M. Davids, b Hjorring, 

Denmark, 1 July 1844 and d 12 July 1900 at Lewiston, Utah. 

Children: 

267. George Davids Alien, b Draper, Utah, 20 October 1868, d 11 June 1939 at Twin Falls, Idaho, md 
9 August 1885 Louisa Brower. 

268. Samuel Allen, b 20 January 1870, died young. 

269. Jama "-'snry Allen, b 20 August 1873 at Lewiston, Utah, d 30 January 1960 in California, md 30 
December 1896 Alice E. Corbridge. 

270. William Arthur Allen, b 9 May 1876, d 2 October 1944, md 22 February 1898 Ruth M. Blair. 

271. John Julius Allen, b 20 October 1878, d 19 November 1962, md 1 November 1899 Ada Glover. 

272. Francis Marion Allen III, b 31 August 1880, d 27 December 1955, md 15 November 1911 Mary Putnam. 

273. Rial Lewis Allen, b 6 September 1886, d 19 October 1947, md 20 January 1909 Lois Winegar. 

274. Caroline Am.elia Allen, b 18 September 1889, md 28 October 1906 Rosel Pattison Hyde. ' 

The last seven children were bom at Lewiston, Cache County, Utah. 

Record given to M. B. Allen (1934) 
Lava Hot Springs reunion, James 
Henry Allen record, L.D.S, Archives 
records. 

ALLEN 

(John Rial 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
119. JOHN RIAL ALLEN , b 29 January 1841 at Waitsboro, Calloway County, Kentucky, d 1920, son of James 

and Nancy (Allen) Allen, md 2 November 1875 Sarah Jane Leavitt. b 17 April 1855, d 30 July 1909, 

daughter of George and Janette (Brinkerhoff ) Leavitt. 

Children: (born at Lewiston, Utah) 

275. Mahala Allen, b 9 August 1876, d 7 December 1947, m.d 13 November 1895 Allen Green Marler. 

276. John Rial Allen, b 2 April 1878, md 20 September 1899 Elsie B. Bright. 

277. Anna Mabel Allen, b 22 August 1879. md 14 December 1898 James Burgeson. 

278. Jesse Leavitt Allen, b 13 November 1881, d 15 February 1961, no record of marriage. 

279. Hyrum Allen, b 24 July 1884, d 1 January 1949, md 12 June 1908 IsabeU Naylor. 

280. Sally Janette Allen, b 27 March 1885, md 1 November 1907 Alma Donaldson. 

281. Jerry AUen, b 8 October 1887, d 21 August 196_, md 7 June 1911, Beanca Johnson. 
Emma J. Allen, b 1 July 1889, d infant. 

282 . Delia Allen, b 29 November 1890, d 16 January 1962, md 14 September 1909 William Ellis. 

283. Glen Allen, b 17 September 1892, md 18 August 1917 Myrtle Cox. 

284. Nita Allen, b 23 October 1893, md 2 June 1912 Alma Harris. 

285. Dovey Dean Allen, b 22 August 1896, md 20 October 1914 Calvin Henderson. 
Love Allen, b 11 January 1903, d 1904 at Teton, Idaho. 

Record given (1934) to M,B. Allen 
by Jas. H. Allen, Jerry Allen record, 
Sally Jeanette Donaldson records, 
L.D.S. Archives material. 



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Descendants of Family No. 120, JAMES VOLUNTINE ALLEN 

MCDANIEL 

(Candus 6 - Amelia Frances Allen 5 - James V. 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

CANDUS MEIKEL . b 19 April 1893 at Smithfield, Cache County. Utah, daughter of Alfred W. and Amelia 
Meikel, md21 October 1917 at Richmond, California John D. McDaniel, b at Alpine, Utah, d 26 September 
1957 at Richmond, California, son of Michael Sylvester and Emma D. (Beck) McDaniel. 

Children: 

Garth McDaniel, b 3 August 1919 at Teton, Idaho, md 1 January 1945 Grace Dexter. 

MEIKEL 

(Wm. Lafayette 6 - Amelia Frances Allen 5 - James Voluntine 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
WILLIAM LAFAYETTE (ALLEN) MEIKEL , b 4 July 1895 at Smithfield, Cache, Utah, son of Alfred 
William and Amelia (Allen) Meikel. md 2 May 1921 Monea May Hansen, b 5 May 1896 at Logan. 
Cache County, Utah, daughter of Peter Orson and Anna M.J. (Rose) Hansen. 

Children: 

Jay Lamar Meikel. b 1 February 1922 at Logan. Utah, md 14 June 1947 Elizabeth Hian. 

William Lou Meikel. b 28 November 1925 at Logan. Utah, md 1 December 1956 Laverne Moenchow. 

Joanne Meikel. b 11 October 1938 at Woodland. California, md 17 December 1961 Keith V. White. 

Family record of Lafayette Meikel, 
record Jane Allen Gordon. 

HENNING 

(Frances Mary Meikel 6 - Amelia Frances Allen 5 - James Voluntine 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

FRANCES MARY MEIKEL , b 12 October 1901 at Teton, Idaho, daughter of Alfred Wm. and Amelia 

Frances (Allen) Meikel. md 6 October 1920 Rulon Henning. b 27 June 1900 at Salem, Idaho, son of 

Alfred John Henning and wife Adelgunda Stover. 

Children: 

Phyllis Henning, b 16 February 1921 at Teton, Idaho, md 27 June 1943 Frank Watson. 
Nina Henning, b 25 June 1922 at Teton, Idaho, md 12 October 1945 Robert A. Miller. 
Eugene Alfred Henning. b 8 November 1925. md 15 August 1946 Ruth Irene Rich. 
Nola Henning. b 19 February 1929, md 10 November 1948 Kenneth S. Briner. 

From Meikel records, Jane Allen 

Gordon. 



JAMES VALENTINE ALLEN 
Sketch written by a granddaughter 

JAMES VALENTINE ALLEN was born at Calloway County. Kentucky on March 2, 1843. He was married 
twice. His first wife was Penina Langley. To this union were born three daughters. Mary Frances (twin to 
Amelia--died on Jan. 20th, 1868). Amelia and Minnie. Amelia married Alfred Meikel of Smithfield. Utah. 
She had two boys and several girls. Minnie (Min) married Jim Thomas of Smithfield. She had two boys-- 
Preston (Pres) and Bert. She also had three daughters--Annie. Ethyl and Lillian. Preston died in Long Beach, 
California. 

This information was given to his daughter. Mable. by James Bird Allen. 



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Grandfather was quite well to do. During his lifetime he taught school, did contract work in building 
railroads, was in business of loaning money, and being manager of the "Farmer's Union Mill" of Smithfield. 
He also was a farmer. 

When just a boy, grandfather moved to Missouri. He later came on west to Utah settling in Draper, 
Utah. Later he also lived in Lewiston, Utah, Richmond and Smithfield, Utah. 

By grandfather's second marriage six children were born. He married Mary Ann Fitzgerald of Draper. 
Three of his children died in infancy --Ella Penina, Lafayette, and Georgia. James Bird Allen, b November 
17, 1884, Brent Taylor Allen, b September 16, 1886, and Cliff Fitzgerald Allen, b March 15, 1890, all 
lived to have families. 

James Valentine Allen several times would drive a horse and buggy from Smithfield, Utah to Hurley, 
Idaho. He was a lover of horses. He was slenderly built and could be remembered by some of his grand- 
children as having white hair and a white beard. 

James Bird Allen, Jr. , his son, remembers his father as being a very, very particular man with his farm 
tools, all his belongings and very particular about his person. If his children did not do a good job of what- 
ever they were told to do, they would do it over until it was satisfactory. 

He lived to the ripe age of over eighty -four years. 

ALLEN 

(James Voluntine 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

120. JAMES VOLUNTINE ALLEN , b 2 March 1843 at Waitsboro, Calloway County, Kentucky, d 9 September 
1938 at Long Beach, California, age 94 years, son of James and Nancy (Allen) Allen, md 12 January 
1867 in Utah, Penina McCasUn Langley, b 3 April 1849, d 28 February 1871, daughter of George 
Washington and Martha McKinney (Frost) Langley, descended from Lamanite ancestry. James V. md 
2nd 13 November 1871 Mary Ann Fitzgerald, b 16 September 1852 at Draper, Utah, daughter of Perry 
and Ann (Wilson) Fitzgerald, early pioneers of Draper, Utah. 

Children; (Penina Langley) 

Frances Allen, (twin) b 20 January 1868 at Richmond, Cache County, Utah, d infant. 

286. Amelia Langley Allen, b 20 January 1868 (twin), d 7 December 1935, md 22 February 1893 Alfred 

Meikel. 

287. Minnie Candus Allen, b 21 April 1870, d 25 May 1962, md 13 November 1889 Jas. M. Thomas. 

Children: (Mary Ann Fitzgerald, 2nd wife) 

Ella P. Allen, b 3 September 1873, d 11 October 1874. 
Lafayette Allen, b 16 January 1880, d 29 December 1880. 

291. James Bird Allen, b 17 November 1884, d 4 December 1963, md 15 June 1915 Alice Isabel Cushion. 

292. Brent Taylor Allen, b 16 September 1886, d 7 August 1959, md 29 September 1909 Lavern Pitcher. 

293. Cliff Fitzgerald Allen, b 15 March 1889, d 12 February 1955, md 25 March 1925 Minnie (Herminda) 

Arends. 
Georgia Allen, b 4 February 1891, d infant. 



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THOMAS 

(Minnie Candus 5 - James Voluntine 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
120a. MINNIE CANDUS ALLEN , b 21 April 1870, d 25 April 1962 at Long Beach, California, md James 

Madsen Thomas. 

Children: 



Preston Thomas, d at Long Beach, Califomia 

Bert Thomas, d at Long Beach, California 

Anna Thomas - Erhel Thomas and Lillian Thomas 



Record incomplete 

Jas. Bird Allen family record. 
Kentucky vital records copied M.B.A. 
L.D.S. Archive records, Smithfield 
Church records, Verena Alice Burton 
records, Ogden, Utah, Jane Allen 
Gordon research. 



EXPLANATION : The original records of the early Kentucky records, the spelling of the name VOLUNTINE 
Allen appears in all original records, and nowhere is it spelled Valentine . Checking through all Kentucky 
records of Pulaski and Calloway, the original spelling is VOLUNTINE. There was a very prominent family 
of Voluntines living in Kentucky in early days. Research has failed to bring to light the association of this 
family with the Aliens, as well as the names GILMORE and BIRD . As the great volume of names are added 
to the Genealogical files, it would be well to search again for any connections to the Allen families. When 
the families came west they adopted the spelling of Valentine . 

M.B. Allen, researcher. 

ALLEN 

(William Lewis 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
121. WILLLAM LEWIS ALLEN , b 14 January 1850 at Murray, Calloway County, Kentucky, d 8 December 1926 

at Salt Lake City, Utah, son of James and Nancy (Allen) Allen, md 1 May 1871 Maranda Jane Stewart, 

b 15 October 1853 at Draper, Utah, daughter of Isaac M. and Matilda Jane powns) Stewart, d 31 March 

1895 at Lewiston, Utah 



Children: (born at Draper, Utah) 

294. Lillian Matilda Allen, b 6 December 1871, d 25 June 1944, md Ephraim Bergeson. 
Maggie Dell Allen, b 10 April 1872, d 16 March 1877. 

Julia Ann Allen, b 19 July 1874, d 15 February 1877. 
Estell Nancy Allen, b 5 January 1876, d 1880. 
William Allen, b 1877, d 1880. 

295. Ida May Allen, b 6 December 1878, d 8 October 1926, md 14 March 1902 Wm. J. Heusser. 

296. Isaac James Allen, b 23 June 1880, d 9 August 1951, md 7 November 1901 Alice M. Johnson. 
Robert Stewart Allen, b 28 November 1881, d 18 June 1900. 

297. Edwin Lewis Allen, b 29 March 1883, md 7 September 1904 Bertha Martella (Myrtle) Kent. 

298. Maud Allen, b 15 August 1885, md June 1909 Hyrum Dopp. She d 4 November 1940. 
Ralph Allen, b 15 June 1887, d 1888. 

299. Cora Henrietta Allen, b 23 September 1888, d 7 November 1941, md 12 June 1907 William Cook 

Howarth. 

300. Paul Stewart Allen, b 8 January 1892, md 31 May 1916 Venetta Jacobsen. 

Juanita Allen Halverson record, 
Lewiston, Utah vital records, 
cemetary records, Hyrum Dopp 
records. 



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The Stewart family, pioneers of 1847 to Utah, have been a distinguished group of educators, striving 
from the beginning to build up a fine educational system from the Park village school at Draper, Utah to 
the University of Utah, where the WILLIAM M. STEWART building is a lasting memorial to the brother of 
Maranda Jane Stewart. The ALLEN descendants also have been a very prominent and distinguished group of 
American citizens, among them lawyers, doctors, eminent political leaders, an Anomey General, and a 
jadge. Many of the Allen Clan were prosperous ranchers and farmers, the breeding of pure blooded stock 
their specialty. From the days in Kentucky where Samuel (1756-1844) was the proud owner of beautiful 
horses to the present time, thoroughbreds have been the one great love of these descendants, down through 
over two hundred years. 

FREEMAN 

(Tabctcha Jane 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

122. TABATHA JANE ALLEN , b 7 October 1838 at Far West, Missouri, d 25 October 1908 at Snowflake, 

Arizona, daughter of Lewis and Elizabeth (Alexander) Allen, md John Woodruff Freeman, b 15 April 

1836 at Waitsboro, Calloway County, Kentucky, d 15 April 1905 at Snowflake, Arizona, son of John 

and Nancy B. (Smoot) Freeman. They were md 25 April 1868 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Children: 

Lewis Woodruff Freeman, b 13 February 187 in Washington County, Utah, d November 1940, md 

11 October 1893 Nettie Webb. 
David Freeman, b 1 November 1872, d infant. 
Melvina Elizabeth Freeman, b 25 December 1873, d 9 January 1943, md 8 October 1896 Jos. Parley 

Richards. 
James Owen Freeman, b 26 December 1875, md 8 October 1896 Mary Ellen Rowe. 

Lewis Allen Papers, Melvina Richards 
records to M.B.A., Freeman records 
LaVerne R. Crandell 

FREEMAN 

(Lewis Freeman 5 - Tabatha Allen4- Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
122a. LEWIS FREEMAN , b 13 February 1870, Washington, Washington County, Utah, d 7 November 1940 at 

Mesa, Arizona, md 11 October 1893 Nettie Webb, b 1 October 1875 at Fillmore, Utah, d 11 July 1945 

at Mesa, Arizona, daughter of Francis Albert and Isabella (Callister) Webb. 

Children: (all born at Snowflake, Arizona) 

Beulah Freeman, b 19 August 1894, d 3 January 1895. 

Lewis Ronald Freeman, b 23 February 1898, md 10 October 1918 Ivie Woodbury, or Woodberry. 

Francis Woodruff Freeman, b 20 March 1900, md Myrtle Merle McCrosky. 

Helen Freeman, b 29 June 1902, md 23 December 1919 Nome Everett Knudsen. 

Andrew Allen Freeman, b 24 June 1905, md 15 October 1928 Muriel Power. 

Jane Lenore Freeman, b 7 January 1909, d 11 April 1909. 

Isabella Freeman, b 22 November 1910, d 7 March 1912. 

Nettie Freeman, b 21 February 1913, d 3 November 1918. 

Grace Freeman, b 1 April, 1915, md 21 April 1934 George Charles Prince. 

LaVerne R. Crandell record. 
Church records. 



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RICHARDS 

(Melvina Elizabeth 5 - Tabatha Jane 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

MELVINA ELIZABETH FREEMAN , b 22 December 1873 at Washington County, Utah, d 25 October 
1908, daughter of John Woodruff and Tabatha Jane (Allen) Freeman, md 8 October 1896 Joseph Parley 
Richards, b 24 April 1869 at Mendon, Cache County, Utah, d 14 March 1926 at Joseph City, Arizona, 
son of Joseph Hill and Mary (Willis) Richards. Parents of twelve children, all born at (St. Joseph) 
Joseph City, Arizona. 

Children: 

LaVerna Richards, b 22 August 1897 (twin), md 4 October 1922 James Rufus Crandell, b 4 October 

1922, d 10 February 1960. 
Lucille Richards, b 22 August 1897, d infant. 

Mary Jane Richards, b 15 March 1899, md 29 December 1923 William Ambrose Hunt. 
. Mabel Richards, b 19 November 1900, d 27 October 1943, md 29 December 1920 Merton Isaac Mott. 
. Elizabeth Richards, b 26 April 1902, md 31 March 1945 George J. Stathis, he d 1961. 

Joseph Glenn Richards, b 8 August 1903, md 30 November 1929 Thelma Lavara DeSpain, d 28 

December 1958. 
LeRoy Freeman Richards, b 30 June 1906, md 5 November 1935 Ruth Stewart. 
John Alfred Richards, b 4 April 1908, was killed 29 December age sixteen. 
Muriel Richards, b 3 October 1909, md 21 April 1930 Taylor Stewart, div, md 2nd Newt. R. Cochran 

on November 27. 1936. 
Edna Richards, b 10 May 1911, md 25 May 1927 Andrew O. Smith. 
Ruth Richards, b 8 April 1913, md 8 October 1933 James Stanley North, div. 
Gilbert Allen Richards, b 28 September 1915, md 8 September 194-8 Faye Lorraine Neilson. 

Record given to M.B. Allen by 
Melvina Richards, Church records, 
LaVerna Richards Crandell letters 
and records. 



RICHARDS - FREEMAN - DESCENDANTS OF TABATHA JANE ALLEN 
HUNT 

(Mary Jane Richards 6 - Melvina Elizabeth 5 - Tabatha J. Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
. MARY JANE RICHARD S, b 15 March 1899 at Joseph City, Arizona, md 29 December 1924 Wm. 
Ambrose Hunt. 

Children: 

Kenneth Brase Hunt, b 8 March 1926 

11a Clair Hunt, b 7 June 1927, md 20 December 1948 Hinion Jan Miller. 

MOTT 

(Mabel 6 - Melvina Elizabeth 5 - Tabatha J. Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
. MABEL RICHARDS , b 19 November 1900, md Merton Isaac Mott 29 December 1920. 

Children: 

Thomas Richard Mott, b 7 December 1921, md Helen E. Brennen 26 March 1946, d 19 August 1954. 
Children : 

a. Carol Ann Mott, b 3 January 1947 in Alaska. 

b. Marilyn Mott, b 2 January 1950 in Maryland. 



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RICHARDS 

(Joseph Glen 6 - Melvina Elizabeth 5 - Tabatha J. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

. JOSEPH GLEN RICHARDS , b 8 August 1903, d 28 December 1958, md 30 November 1929 Thelma 

Laverna DeSpain. 

Children: 

Elizabeth Richards, b 25 December 1930, md Melwin D. Sorenson. 

Samira Jeanette Richards, b 7 October 1943, md 1 March 1962 Richard Harvey Jordan. 

Joseph Glen Richards, b 11 February 1945. 

Church records, L. Crandell 
records, Parley Richards records. 

RICHARDS 

(LeRoy Freeman 6 - Melvina E. 5 - Tabatha Jane 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
LEROY FREEMAN RICHARDS , b 30 June 1906, md 5 November 1935 Ruth Stewart. 

Children: 

Jaqueline Ruth Richards, b 21 September 1936, md 11 October 1958 Leon Dean Espet. 
Edward LeRoy Richards, b 22 October 1938, md 9 August 1958 Gayle Martha DeWitt. 
Robert K. Richards, b 20 March 1940, md Elizabeth Ann Michaels. 
Leonard Fred Richards, b 29 September 1945. 
Dee Dawn Richards, b 7 November 1953. 

STEWART 

(Muriel Richards 6 - Melvina E. Freeman 5 - Tabatha Jane 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
MURIEL RICHARDS , b 3 October 1909, md 21 April 19 Taylor L. Stewart. 

Children: 

William Donald Stewart, b 28 June 1930, md 9 July 1955 Kaye Plumb. 
Peggie Pawnee Stewart, b 15 April 1932, md 5 July 1951 Wm. Earl Westerson. 

SMITH 

(Edna Richards 6 - Melvina E. Freeman 5 - Tabatha Jane Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
. EDNA RICHARDS , b 10 May 1911, md 25 May 1927 Andrew O. Smith. 

Children: 

Larry Dwayne Smith, b 28 February 1928. 

Barbara Smith, b 31 July 1940, md 27 June 1963 Charles Melvin Stark. 

Janie Smith, b 19 March 1943, md Pryor. 

Cherilyn Smith, b 4 November 1945. 
Anona Smith, b 6 December 1947, d infant. 

RICHARDS 

(Gilbert Allen 6 - Melvina E. 5 - Tabatha J. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
■ GILBERT ALLEN RICHARDS , b 28 September 1915, md 3 September 1948 Raye Larraine Neilson. 

Children: 

Lucille Ann Richards, b 1 November 1949. 
Gilbert Allen Richards, b 5 May 1951. 
Debra Faye Richards, b 17 Septem.ber 1958. 
Norman LeRoy Richards, b 24 January 1960. 



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NORTH 

(Ruth 6 - Melvina Elizabeth 5 - Tabatha J. Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

. RUTH RICHARDS , b 8 April 1913, md 9 October 1933 James Stanley North, div. 

Children: 

Douglas James North, b 6 October 1934, md Josephine Walkins. 

The above record gathered for this 
Allen Genealogy by LaVerna 
Richards Crandell. 

WEBB 

(Beulah Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

123. BEULAH ALLEN , b 24 May 1840 at Waitsboro, Calloway County, Kentucky, d 18 September 1916 at 
Emmett, Idaho, daughter of Lewis and Elizabeth (Alexander) Allen, md 6 October 1868 Willis Webb, 
b 25 September 1844 at Chateaugay, Franklin County, New York, d 21 October 1921 at Emmett, 
Idaho, son of Charles Young and Laura A. (Smith) Webb. 

Children: 

Beulah Ann Webb, b 7 July 1869 at West Point, Lincoln County, Nevada, dl June 1942, md 1st 

27 February 1887 Warren Harris, d 6 April 1903, md 2nd John Riley Harris, a brother. 
Laura Elizabeth Webb, b 6 November 1871 at Parowan, Utah, d 16 November 1905, md 4 December 
1891 John R. Harris. 
. Willis Abraham Webb, b 26 July 1873 at Parowan, Utah, d 4 November 1935, md 19 February 1899 
Etta Clarinda Black. 
Amanda Jane Webb, b 5 January 1875, d infant. Moccasin Springs, Arizona. 
Martha Ellen Webb, b 25 January 1877, d infant, Moccasin Springs, Arizona. 
Charles Lewis Allen, b 9 December 1879, d infant, Orderville, Utah. 
. Nancy Melissa Webb, b 9 January 1882, d 13 July 1954, md 12 December 1901 Martin Hansen Smith. 

Records of Martin S. Johnson, 
Brigham Y. Baird, Lulu Louise Webb, 
Etta Clarinda Black. 

HARRIS 

(Beulah Ann Webb 5 - Beulah Ann Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

123a. BEULAH ANN WEBB , b 7 July 1869 at West Point, Lincoln County, Nevada, d 1 June 1942 at Emmett, 

Idaho, daughter of Willis and Beulah Ann (Allen) Webb, md 27 February 1887 at St. George, Utah 

Warren Harris, b 12 February 1885 at San Bernardino, California, d 6 April 1903 at Emmett, Idaho, 

son of Silas and Sarah (Aldredge) Harris. 

Children: (born at Glendale, Utah) 

Warren Ellis Harris, b 23 November 1888, md 20 September 1916 Clara May Aston. 

Loren Riley Harris, b 21 August 1891, d 30 April 1953, md 5 April 1914Izetta Johnson. 

Mildred Ann Harris, b 13 September 1894, d 15 July 1925, md 6 April 1917 Randolph Adams. 

Silas Marion Harris, b 5 April 1897, md 11 January 1926 Cora Hunter. 

Willis Vernon Harris, b 9 January 1899, md 9 January 1922 Verna Newell. 

Sterling Conway Harris, b 7 March 1901, d 16 October 1934, md 17 October 1923 Josephine Moulton. 

Record of Mrs. J. Twileger, Boise, 
Idaho, Lewis Allen papers, Glendale, 
Utah records, records of Etta 
Clarinda Black Webb, Mons family 
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HARRIS 

(Laura Elizabeth Webb 5 - Beulah Allen 4- Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
123b. LAURA ELIZABETH WEBB , b 6 November 1871 at Parowan, Utah, d 16 November 1905, daughter of 
Willis and Beulah Ann (Allen) Webb, md 4 December 1891 at Manti, Utah John Riley Harris, b 11 
October 1866 in Washington County. Utah, d 10 March 1947 at Emmett, Idaho. After her death he 
married Matilda E. Baird, a cousin. He again was a widower when Matilda died in childbirth. His 
brother Warren Harris had died at Emmett, Idaho in 1903 when his youngest child was two years of 
age. John RUey Harris married his third wife, his sister-in-law, the widow of his brother Warren, 
Beulah Ann (Webb) Harris, mother of Warren's six children. Beulah lived to January 1, 1942 and John 
Riley lived to March 10, 1947. He died at Emmett, Idaho. She died at age 93 and he in his 80's. 

Record of Brigham Y. Baird, record 
of Etta Clarinda Webb, Emmett, 
Idaho, LaVerne R. Crandell papers, 
Mrs. J. R. Twilegar records, 
record of Martina Smith Johnson, 
Emmett, Idaho, Mrs. Mons, SLC, 

WEBB 

(Willis Abraham Webb 5 - Beulah Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
123c. WILLIS ABRAHAM WEBB , b 26 July 1873 at Parowan, Utah, d 4 November 1935 at Emmett, Idaho, son 

of Willis and Beulah Ann (Allen) Webb, md 19 February 1899 at Glendale, Utah Etta Clarinda Black, 

b 19 February 1880 at Glendale, Utah, d 3 January 1966 at Melba, Idaho, daughter of William Marley 

and Louisa Ann (Washburn) Black. 

Children: (born at Mt. Carmel, Utah) 

Clarinda Ann Webb, b 22 February 1901, md 16 October 1920 Harold Newton Brumet. 

Beulah Elizabeth Webb, b 16 November 1902 at Emmett, Idaho, md 22 June 1929 John H. Pine. 

Lulu Louise Webb, b 3 August 1904 at Emmett, Idaho, md 15 February 1927 Harley J. Gardner. 

Vera Ellen Webb, b 15 July 1906 at Emmett, Idaho, md 4 October 1924 Niel Nathaniel Twilegar. 

Willis Andrew Webb, b 6 October 1909 at Emmett, Idaho, d 22 September 1929, md 13 October 1928 
Nona May Boden. 

Mildred Cevivilla Webb, b 29 December 1912 at Graham, Arizona, md 13 November 1933 Harold Bosteder. 

Lloyd Lewis Webb, b 15 November 1916 at Emmett, Idaho, md 15 June 1940 Irene May Kimery. 

Marion Edward Webb, b 8 June 1918. md 20 November 1949 Juanita Montgomery. 

Warren Keith Webb, b 22 July 1921, md 14 February 1942 Cleo Edith Hull. 

Record of Etta Clarinda Webb, Emmett 
Idaho, Record J. R. Twilegar. 



Descendants of BEULAH ALLEN and WILLIS WEBB, FamUy No. 123c 

BRUMET 

(Clarinda Ann Webb 6 - Willis Abraham 5 - Beulah Allen4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
CLARINDA ANN WEBB , b 22 February 1901 at Mt. Carmel, Utah, daughter of Willis Abraham and Etta 
Clarinda (Black) Webb, md 16 October 1920 at Payette. Idaho Harold Newton Brumet, b 2 December 
1896 at North Piatt, Nebraska, son of Robert N. and Clydice Bell Brumet. 

Children: 

Georgene Brumet, b 3 July 1921 at Em.mett. Idaho, md 11 July 1938 Richard Cole. 

Jackie Harold Brumet, b 5 March 1923 at Holborn, Canada, d 16 October 1924. 

Donald Webb Brumet, b 24 November 1924 at Emmett.Idaho (twin), d 1964, md 12 September 1947 Juanita 

Fisher. 
Dickie Webb Brumet, b 24 November 1924, d infant. 
Elizabeth Brumet, b 3 September 1926 at Holborn, Canada, md 1955 John Hansen. 



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Robert Newton Brumet, b 21 September 1927 at Emmett, Idaho, md Lee Willoughby. 
Jarold Jay Brumet, b 30 September 1929 at Emmett, Idaho, md Barbara Lane. 
Jimmy Eugene Brumet, b 15 January 1934 at Emmett, Idaho, md 1958 Betty Cassidy. 
JayneJ. Brumet, b 15 Jan. 1924 (twin) at Emmett, Idaho, md 1956 Vern Davis . 

Record Etta Clarinda Black Webb. 

Mrs. J. R. Twilegar records. 



PINE 



(Beulah Elizabeth Webb 6 - Willis Abraham 5 - Beulah Ann Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
BEULAH ELIZABETH WEBB , b 16 November 1902 at Emmett, Idaho, md 22 June 1929 John H. Pine. 

Children: (adopted) 

James Ronald Pine, b 30 August 1940, md 10 July 1960 Bonnie Rowell. 

GARDNER 

(Lula Louise Webb 6 - Willis Abraham 5 - Beulah Ann Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
LULA LOUISE WEBB , b 3 August 1904 at Emmett, Idaho, md 15 February 1927 Harley J. Gardner. 

Children: 

Philip John Gardner, b 13 September 1935, md 29 July 1956 Cornelia Koopman. 
Lulu Charleen Gardner, b 4 July 1939, md 15 June 1958 Timothy J. Nettleton. 

Webb, Gardner, Twileger records. 

TWILEGAR 

(Vera Ellen Webb 6 - Willis Abraham 5 - Beulah Ann Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
VERA ELLEN WEBB , b 15 July 1906 at Emmett, Idaho, md 4 October 1924 Niel Nathaniel Twilegar. 

Children: 

Jack Robert Twilegar, b 21 September 1925, md 21 February 1949 Mardean Davis. 



WEBB 



(Willis Andrew 6 - Willis Abraham 5 - Beulah Ann Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
WILLIS ANDREW WEBB , b 6 October 1909 at Emmett.Idaho, md 13 October 1928 Nona May Boden. 
He d 22 September 1939. 

Children: 

Verl B. Webb, b 13 February 1929, md November 1950 June Bowman. 

Betty Lou Webb, b 23 April 1935 at Rupert, Idaho, md 21 March 1953 Wayne Brown. 



WEBB 



(Lloyd Lewis Webb 6 - Willis Abraham 5 - Beulah Ann Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
LLOYD LEWIS WEBB , b 15 November 1916 at Emmett, Idaho, md 15 June 1940 Irene May Kimery. 

Children: 

Sharon Marie Webb, b 19 July 1941, md February 1960 Bruce Gihreath. 
Elsie May Webb, b 16 December 1943, d 11 March 1945. 



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WEBB 



(Warren Keith Webb 6 - Willis Abraham 5 - Beulah Ann Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 
WARREN KEITH WEBB, b 22 July 1921, md 14 February 1942 Cleo Edith Hull. 



Samuel 1) 



Children: 

John Willis Webb, b 13 May 1947 at Emmett, Idaho. 
Richard Warren Webb, b 16 February 1950 in Idaho. 



The above records in posession of Etta 
Clarinda Webb, Emmett, Idaho. 



COLE 



(Georgene Brumet 7 - Clarinda Ann Webb 6 - Willis Abraham Webb 5 - Beulah Allen 4 - Lewis 3 

Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
GEORGENE BRUMET, b 3 July 1921 at Emmett, Idaho, md 11 July 1938 Richard Cole. 



Children: 

Barbara Ann Cole, b 1 October 1941. 
Richard Keith Cole, b 4 September 1944. 
Georgia Jean Cole, b 21 October 1943. 
Roberta Lee Cole, b 22 October 1945. 



Clarinda Webb records, Emmett, 
Idaho. 



Descendants of TABATHA JANE ALLEN and JOHN WOODRUFF FREEMAN 



FREEMAN 

(James Owen Freeman 5 

122c. JAMES OWEN FREEMAN, 



Tabatha Jane Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

b 26 December 1875 at Washington, Utah, d 12 January 1952 at Snowflake, 



Arizona, son of John Woodruff and Tabatha Jane (Allen) Freeman, md 8 October 1896 Mary Ellen (Nellie) 
Rowe, b 2 January 1875 at Darling, Durham England, d 20 January 1961 at SnowfLake, Arizona, daughter 
of Robert and Ellen Clark (Barsby) Rowe. 

Children: (born at Snowflake, Arizona) 

John Rowe Freeman, b 9 July 1897, d 27 August 1897. 

Jane Freeman, b 11 July 1898, md 24 July 1922 Charles Franklin Baldwin. 

James Robert Freeman, b 5 November 1899, d 16 October 1966, md 23 December 1921 Kathie Fillerup. 

Malvina Freeman, b 27 December 1901 at Salt Lake City, Utah, md 24 March 1926 John Dalebout. 

Rial Freeman, b 10 March 1903, md 3 July 1925 Faun Standifird. 

Alice Freeman, b 27 May 1904, d 12 March 1933, md 4 October 1927 Clarence Brown. 

Ellen Freeman, b 30 May 1906, md 23 July 1927 Roy Nelson Daniel. 

Owen Woodruff Freeman, b 4 February 1913, md in 1937 Marvene Flake. 

Above records by LaVerne R. Crandell, 
ere. Martin Smith Johnson Freeman, 
Allen records, Snowflake, Arizona. 



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FREEMAN 

(Rial 6 - James Owen 5 - Tabatha Jane Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

RIAL FREEMAN , b 10 March 1903 at Snowflake, Arizona, son of James O. and Mary Ellen (Rowe) 

Freeman, md 3 July 1925 Faun Standifield, b 10 May 1908 (or Standifird). (NOTE: Standifird correct) 

Children: (born at Snowflake, Arizona) 

Shirley Faun Freeman, b 6 March 1927, md 2 June 1946 Raymond S. Montierth. 

Jeanniel Freeman, b 16 July 1930, md 5 September 1953 Delbert Lamar Whitmer. 

George Rial Freeman, b 25 September 1932, md 20 February 1959 Alice V. Skelton. 

Marilyn Freeman, b 27 October 1935, md 22 December 1956 Donald W. Clouts. 

Dixie Lee Freeman, b 10 September 1934, md 31 May 1957 Charles Ferril D. 

Aquilla Owen Freeman, b 25 December 1936. 

Standifird Rowe Freeman, b 3 January 1938, md 18 March 1961 Ruth A. Reynolds. 

Sarah Jane Freeman, b 28 July 1940, md 5 December 1959 Terrance Ray McCray. 

Record of LaVerne R. Crandell, 
Snowflake, Arizona, Church records, 
Allen-Freeman records, Martin Smith 
Johnson records. 

BALDWIN 

(Jane 6 - James Owen 5 - Tabatha Jane Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

JANE FREEMAN, b 31 July 1898 at Snowflake, Arizona, daughter of James Owen and Mary Ellen (Rowe) 

Freeman, md 24 July 1922 Charles Franklin Baldwin, b February 1894, d 24 April 1960. 

Children: (born at Snowflake, Arizona) 

Irene Baldwin, b 21 July 1923, md Robert Ben Ruthlidge 20 July 1956. 

Maxine Baldwin, b 4 February 1925, md Percy Elwood Hancock. 

Charles Franklin Baldwin, b 9 January 1928, md 1947 Donna Mae Young, other marriages. 

Russell Rowe Baldwin, b 5 July 1930, md Julie Santo. 

Leonard Reed Baldwin, b 1931, md 30 April 1955 Cherie Peterson. 

Record of LaVerne R. Crandell 

FREEMAN 

(James Robert Freeman 6 - James Owen 5 - Tabatha Jane Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
JAMES ROBERT FREEMAN , b 5 November 1899, md 23 December 1921 Kathie Monteta Fillerup, b 22 
July 1901 at Colonia Diaz, Mexico. 

Children: 

Robert James Freeman, Jr. , b 1922, md 29 August 1947 Elizabeth Teas Jeffery. 
Children: 

a. Robert Freeman 

b. James Freeman 

c. John Freeman 

d. David Freeman 

BROWN 

(Alice Freeman 6 - James Owen 5 - Tabatha Jane 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ALICE FREEMAN , b 27 May 1904, md 4 October 1927 Clarence Brown, b 30 May 1903. 

Children: 

Clarence George Brown, b 4 March 1929, md Claudine Arries in New Mexico. 



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FREEMAN 

(Owen Woodruff Freeman 6 - James Owen 5 - Tabatha Jane Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
OWEN WOODRUFF FREEMAN , b 4 February 1913, md 1st Marvene Flake. Other marriages. 

Children: 

Douglas Owen Freeman, b 4 February 1938 at Mesa, Arizona. 
Morris Rowe Freeman, b 13 December 1939, d infant. 

LaVern R. Crandeil record. 



Descendants of LEWIS WOODRUFF FREEMAN 

KNUDSEN 

(Helen Freeman 6 - Lewis Woodruff 5 - Tabatha Jane Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
HELEN FREEMAN , b 29 June 1902, md 23 December 1919 Nome Everett Knudsen. He d 1963. 

Children: 

Darlene Marie Knudsen, b 22 December 1926, md 6 April 1945 Samuel Calvin Jackson. 

Norma Evelyn Knudsen, b 27 February 1931, md Wm. M. Hill. 

Lewis Everett Knudsen, b 5 September 1933, md 7 October 1956 Penelope JoAnn Sleeton. 

FREEMAN 

(Andrew Allen Freeman 6 - Lewis Woodruff 5 - Tabatha Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ANDREW ALLEN FREEMAN , b 24 January 1905, md 15 October 1928 Muriel Powers, b 14 August 1909. 

Children: 

Allen Wayne Freeman, b 20 October 1929, md 21 December 1951 Helen Louise Harper. 

Muriel Marlene Freeman, b 21 August 1931, md 6 September 1952 Delbert Lynn Opie. 

Dizie Sue Freeman, b 8 July 1933, md 1 May 1957 William Henry Horn. 

Anhur Lewis Freeman, b 26 June 1936, md 8 June 1957 Anita Gale Slade. 

Record sent by LaVerne R. Crandeil, 
Snowflake, Arizona. 

ALLEN 

(Rial Albert Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

124. RIAL ALBERT ALLEN , b 27 February 1844 at Paris, Henry County, Tennessee, d 27 May 1899, son of 
Lewis and Elizabeth (Alexander) Allen, md 25 April 1868 Susan Elizabeth Collins, b 7 February 1849 
at Tuba City, Arizona, d 9 December 1895 at Tuba City, daughter of Albert Washington and Sarah 
Newman Thomas Collins. He md 2nd 18 November 1896 Susannah Janet Heward, b 29 March 1878 at 
Kaysville, Utah, d 27 February 1940 at Phoenix, Arizona, daughter of Lehi and Susannah (Talbot) 
Heward. 

Children: (Susan Elizabeth Collins) 

Rial Albert Allen, b 12 February 1869 at Washington, Utah, d 1873 infant. 

303. Susan Temperance Allen, b 24 January 1871, d 29 January 1941, md Alfred B. Randall. 

304. Ann Elizabeth Allen, b 12 March 1873, d 30 March 1957, md Fredrick Tanner. 

305. Sarah Malinda Allen, b 27 July 1875, d 1 May 1944, md Ormus Calvin Nay. 

306. James Lewis Allen, b 1 November 1877, d 23 April 1963, md 1st Grace Nebeker, 2nd Leana Ford. 

307. Nancy Adeline Allen, b 27 January 1880 at Pine, Arizona, md 9 October 1902 David Brinkerhoff. 

308. Margaret Jane Allen, b 22 April 1882, d 1954, md Eugene Holbrook 16 August 1900. 



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LITTLE MOTHER, SUSAN ELIZABETH (COLLINS) ALLEN 

More and more one ponders o'er things we heard her say 
The wisdom of her guidance, her kind and gentle way 
Every day, to MOTHER, should red roses go, each day. 

V.M.A. 

309. Phoebe Allen, b 29 November 1885, d 18 February 1944, md 10 July 1914 Jos. Brinkerhoff. 

310. Beulah Charlotte Allen, b 4 August 1887, md 16 September 1909 Earnest Higbee. 

311. LaFayette Collins Allen, b 25 November 1899, md 21 June 1918 Sabra Mae Higbee. 

312. Franklin AUen, b 20 May 1892, d 15 June 1932, md 9 October 1915 Zelda Higbee, 2nd Louise . 

Children: ( Susannah Janet Heward) 

Sessel Dellma Allen, b 23 September 1897 at Noenava, Arizona, md 6 June 1923 Charlotte Ballard. 
The father died when Sessel was less than two years of age. 

ALLEN 

(Jonathan Alexander 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

125. JONATHAN ALEXANDER ALLEN, b 30 January 1846 at Savannah, Andrews County, Missouri, d 24 
October 1928 at Hubbard, Arizona, son of Lewis and Elizabeth (Alexander) Allen, md 13 September 
1881 in St. George, Utah, Jane Nelson, b 22 March 1861, d 17 June 1910, daughter of Price Williams 
Nelson and his wife Lydia Ann Lake. After her death he married Jurusha Abigail (Hancock) Mecham. 

Children: (born at Pine Creek, Arizona) 

313. Elizabeth Allen, b 29 August 1882, d 5 October 1941, md 19 October 1904 Jos. G. Allred. 

314. Jonathan Alexander Allen, b 3 November 1883, d 15 September 1950, md 24 March 1907 Rozilpha 

Cheney. 

315. Price WiUiams Allen, b 10 April 1885, md 23 April 1908 Vera Matilda Chesley. 

316. Lydia Allen, b 23 December 1887, d 7 September 1950, md 25 December 1907 Wm. H. Holyoak. 



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317. Lucy Chesley Allen, b 31 October 1889, md 29 March 1907 Edgar Hamblin Chesley 

318. Lewis Allen, b 20 December 1891 at Tuba City, Arizona, d 19 August 1963, md 10 June 1914 Grace 

Echols. 

319. Andrew Bailey Allen, b 30 November 1893 at Tuba City, md 29 January 1920 May Jlubbafd , 2nd Maud 

(Echols) Tenney. 

320. Martha Allen, b 6 May 1896 at Tuba, Arizona, md 23 May 1916 S. Jesse Cluff. 

321. Pearl Allen, b 7 January 1899 at Tuba, Arizona, md 23 May 1916 Vernon H. Cluff. 

322. Nancy Allen, b 24 March 1901, md 14 April 1921 David L. Johiis 

Reference: Nelson Family Organization, 
Andrew Bailey papers and records, 
Lewis Allen papers. Church records of 
Arizona. 




Family No. 1^0 
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FOUR GENERATIONS 

Jonathan Alexander Allen, Elizabeth Allen Allred 
Ruth A llred Haggard, baby Walter D. Haggard 



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Sketch by Price W . Allen, son 

JONATHAN ALEXANDER ALLEN was born in Kentucky, January 30th 1846, third member of the family 
of Lewis and Elizabeth (Alexander) Allen. The Allen clan had moved from So. Carolina some time before. 

The first missionary journey of Parley P. Pratt, up through Kentucky he found and converted some of the 
Aliens among them Lewis Allen and family. Young John Alex was a baby in arms at Winter Quarters, at the 
time Brigham Young started his treck to the west. As all could not go at that time, the Aliens went down to 
Missouri, not far from the Kentucky line. John Alex, Uncle Jim, and some of his mother's people were with 
them. 

Lewis Allen took up right to 160 acres of land, 80 in prarie and 80 in timberland. John A. Uved on this 
land till he was 16 years old. About this time the Civil War broke out between the North and the South. This 
is one reason for them starting west. I do not know how many families there were in the Company, but they 
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Jackson Allen was living in Willow Creek, near Salt Lake City, and Lewis, with his family, spent 
the first winter there with them. The next spring, because he had good equipment to travel, and they needed 
good men ^c settle the Dixie Country, or St. George Country, he was called to go there. He lived for some 
years at Washington, a town a few miles away from St. George. 

The first work they did was to try to build a dam in the Virgin River, where they worked all winter, but 
they were unable to make the dam hold because of quicksand. They worked on the St. George Temple for 
several winters, and farmed in the summer time, to provide for their fam.ilies. During their stay in Washing- 
ton TWO daughters were bom to this fam.ily. 

Lewi ■ I. then called to go to the Muddy Mission, which proved to be a great disappointment, due to 
the State .oundry line between Utah and Nevada. The Muddy m.ission was abandoned, and most of the people 
left for ether places. While here, the family suffered a terrible loss when the mother died, due to the lack of 
medical care, and from the hard life of the pioneers. She was buried at what is now St. Thomas, Nevada, 
not far from where the backwater reaches from Boulder Dam. 

During this time John A. had joined the Militia, under Erastus Snow. The Militia was needed to stop 
the raiding Navajos, who were crossing the Big Colorado River, stealing the horses and cattle, and driving 
them across, back where they would be safe from the law. John A. was enlisted long enough to later draw 
a small pension as an Indian War Veteran. 

The Lewis Allen family, after leaving the MUDDY MISSION, went to a ranch at Moccasin Springs, about 
thirty miles from the Muddy. Here John A. and a brother-in-law Willis Webb went into the business of stock 
raising. At this time John was about 28 or 29 years old. 

Again the Church made a call for men to colonize in Arizona. John A. and Rial left from Southern Utah 
and went to Pine Creek, Arizona. They took with them their cattle and horses from Moccasin Springs. They 
drove three hundred head that belonged to the men of the Com.pany. It took three months to make the trip. 
It is hard to understand the difficulties of driving that number of stock for that long a distance, of swimming 
them across the big Colorado, finding suitable camp sites and watering places, night herding and counting the 
herd in the morning to be sure none had strayed, then getting them on the move again in the morning. 

After leaving Flagstaff there were no roads at all. They had to cut down small trees, and move the logs 
to make a trail to get the wagons thjrough. They would tie trees to the backs of the wagons to hold them 
back, when they were going down hill in steep places, and would hitch double teams to climb the steep grades. 

We wonder just what prom.pted those early settlers and pioneers to start such trips when, in most cases, 
they left better nataral surroundings and resources than they found at the end of the trail. Also, there was 
always the threat of Indian raids, so it was always necessary to travel in groups and to have firearms ready for 
their protection. 

No time was lost in getting a settlement going, and before long a man named Price Nelson came to the 
little town to live. He had a daughter named Jane. It was not long before John A. decided to marry. At 
this time he was 33 years old and Jane was 19. The St. George Temple was finished, so they made arrange- 
ments to go there to be married. In the company were Jane's parents and several others. When they reached 
the Little Colorado, it was swollen and flooded, so they decided to try and use a calked wagon as a boat, but 
decided to take it over empty first, and it was lost in the stream, so they had to wait till the flood receded. . 
Then they crossed very well. They were about two months on this trip. 

The Navajo and tribes were moving down into this part of the country, as they liked to trade with the 
Mormons, but they were mostly interested in stealing the white man's cattle, and it was not long before the 
settlers were eaten and stolen out of the cattle business. 

The John A. Aliens had five children born at Pima, and five more at Tuba City. At Tuba, as the govern- 
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for their improvements. So John A. took his wife and ten children and left in Sept. of 1900. After visiting 
kinsfolk in both Snowflake and Springerville, they arrived at Thatcher about Nov. 1st. 

John A. bought 40 acres of land at Hubbard, Arizona, across the river from Pima. Here in June 1910 
the mother of the family died. There were four children left in the home. About four years later, John A. 
married Abigail Hancock Meacham, She had six children, four boys and two girls, the youngest being two 
years old, and the oldest a boy of sixteen. John A. was in his sixties about this time, and he found a lot of 
trouble adjusting his life to young children, while the young family found it hard to take orders from an old 
man who was set in his ways. But the family found it good to have a home and ranch from which they could 
make a living. The boys learned valuable lessons on how to be self supporting and good workers. They are 
fine men with lovely families. 

John A. was in the bishopric with David Brinkerhoff, and also with John Hancock in the Hubbard ward. 
He was always known to be a full tithe payer. He lived to be 82 years old. The last five years he was very 
feeble, but up to that time through his life time he had good health, and contributed a vast share to the 
pioneer efforts in Utah and Arizona. 

(signed) Price W. Allen 

ALLEN 

(James Bird 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

127. JAMES BIRD ALLEN , b 16 August 1850 at Savannah, son ofLewis and Elizabeth (Alexander) Allen, md 30 
December 1886 Hannah Maria West. They had one child who died in infancy. There is no other record. 

BAIRD 

(Margaret Elizabeth 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

128. MARGARET ELIZABETH ALLEN, b 20 January 1852 at Whitesville, Savannah, Andrews County, Missouri, 
d 18 April 1932 at Salt Lake City, Utah, daughter ofLewis and Elizabeth (Alexander) Allen, md 26 
September 1870 Brigham Y. Baitd, b 6 February 1846 at Warren County, Alabama, d 6 November 1880 
in Kane County, Utah, son of Samuel and Martha (Ruthledge) Baird. 

Children: 

323. Matilda Elizabeth Baird, b 11 October 1872 at Moccasin, Kane County, Utah, d 20 August 1909, md 

6 February 1907 John Riley Harris. 

324. Brigham Young Baird, Jr. b 5 July 1874, md 4 March 1908 Melvina Parker. 
Lewis Baird, b 1 January 1877. 

325. Nellie Baird, b 28 December 1878 or 9, d 1937, md Charles Robert Pugh. 

326. Lois Baird, b 10 July 1881, d 18 January 1949, md 4 October 1905 Ira H. Heaton. 

327. Samuel Baird, b 6 July 1883, d 1966, md 16 August 1922 Dorothy Slater. 
Alma Baird, b 8 September 1885, d 18 March 1907. 

328. Effa Baird, b 20 December 1887, md 5 June 1918 Walter A. Campbell. 

329. William Baird, b 19 July 1890, d 20 or 30 December 1957, md 8 October 1919 Irene Heaton. 

Record of Brigham Y. Baird, Church 
records, Heaton records. 



Note : No. 323 Matilda Elizabeth Baird, b 11 October 1872 was the 2nd wife of John Riley Harris. They 
were married 1907 and by 1909 she had passed away. His first wife was her cousin, Laura Elizabeth 
Webb, b 6 November 1871, d 16 November 1905. In the four years he was twice a widower. John 
Riley Harris later married the sister of his first wife, Beulah Ann Webb, daughter of Willis and Beulah 
Ann (Allen) Webb, b 7 July 1869 and d 1 January 1942. The family had settled in Emmett, Idaho after 
the birth of the seven Webb children and years in Kane County. They settled in Emmett.Idaho about 
1901. 



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HISTORY OF SARAH M. ALLEN LEROY 
Maud B. Allen 



Sarah Melissa Allen was bom on a beautiful farm a few miles out of Savannah, Andrews County, 
Missouri on the 30th day of May, 1854. She was a ninth child of Lewis and Elizabeth (Alexander) Allen . 
Her first eight years of life seemed uneventful, but she often listened to her family as they discussed their 
future and the great adventure of their traveling to the west to settle down and make a home. 

So her first real great adventure came on her eighth birthday. On May 30, 1862 the two families, 
Lewis and ''mes, with their wives and children started on their pilgrimage to the west. 

James Allen, Sarah's uncle, had started out one day ahead. They had arranged to meet him by night 
fall. Grandfather Rial was building a fine new eight room hom.e. It was not quite finished at the time of 
their departure. With him lived Aunt "Betsy" and her husband Sprankle Snyder, whom they called "Uncle 
Sprank". This couple never had any children and they always made their home with grandfather Rial. 

Lafe (Lafayette) Irvine (widower of Rachel Mahala, daughter of James) and his children were with the 
group as they started for the West. He had set his heart on marriage to James' second daughter, Margaret, 
hoping she would be a mother to his small family. All persuasion was in vain, so he turned back with his 
horses and surrey and his little family to Savannah. He was a man who by his convictions would not join 
either the North or the South. He was waylaid on his return by a band of "Gorillas" and killed. They took 
his body along with his children to his mother's home, threw it across the porch, and drove away. It was 
some time later before the travelers learned of this tragedy. Very little has ever been known of the fate of 
the three living children. 

On May 30th when the time had come to part. Rial and Aunt Betsy begged them to stay just another 
day or two, but James had gone on and they had promised to meet him, so Grandfather Rial and Betsy and 
Uncle "Sprank" decided they would travel with them for a day so that perhaps the parting would be less sad. 
Mr. Kelly, the sweetheart of Lewis' eldest daughter, and Rial rode on horseback. They traveled with them 
most of the day. After an affectionate parting, they started back to their home in the dusk of the evening. 
Lewis and James, with their families and all their earthly belongings, started for the west and their long 
trek across the trackless plains toward Utah after making camp for the night. 

There was one horse team in the crowd. . Lewis had three covered wagons driven by oxen. James had 
two covered wagons with oxen and a buggy with a span of horses. They had other horses to drive the cattle 
and about fifteen head of milk cows. There were two young colts almost old enough to wean. The weather 
was beautiful. When they came to the Mississippi River, they ferried across. The oxen were ferried across 
also, but the cattle and the horses had to swim. This was an exciting adventure for this little eight year 
old pioneer. One night they saw a great herd of buffalo just before dark. They followed them quite a dis- 
tance but did not get any, losing them in the darkness. They often saw antelope and so could secure fresh 
food. 

They traveled many weeks before they ever saw an Indian. A "Buck" on a horse drove up to them. He 
had a large feather in his head piece. The children were frightened, but he was peaceful and tried to carry 
on a conversation. It was impossible to understand him. From this time on they saw many Indians with the 
squaws carrying their papooses on their backs. The children thought this was a queer way to carry their babies. 
When they made camp, the old ones would come and beg for food and thus they made friends. 

One day in a terrible rain storm the children looked out from the wagons over a great expanse of land 
and there, in the cracks of the earth, there would come up thousands of tiny toads, peaking their little heads 
above the ground. They never believed so many thousands could live there. It was a sight they never forgot. 



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They arrived at Fort Laramie and camped. There they bought a quantity of dried buffalo meat. They 
met Francis Marion, Uncle James' son, in Colorado. He joined them to continue the journey west. He had 
been working at a mine on Pike's Peak, but was glad to be reunited with the families and continue on with 
them to Utah. 

It was toward fall when they finished their long journey and arrived at what was then known as "Willow 
Creek. " They went directly to the home of their brother, Andrew Jackson Allen, whom they had not seen 
since the spring of 1847 when he, with his sister Martha, his wife, and four children had been in the company 
of pioneers who arrived in Salt Lake the 25th of September 1847. South Willow Creek was later called 
"Draper" in honor of its first settler, William Draper. 

The families spent the winter at the home of Andrew Jackson Allen. Margaret and Sarah attended school 
there that winter. The Aliens were a very close family and got along wonderfully well. It was a happy winter 
for all three families who had been separated for so many years. Some were really just getting acquainted. 

In the spring, Lewis and family went to the south, to the "Dixie Country" as it was called, where he took 
up land. Because of a shortage of water, the venture was unsuccessful so he moved on to Washington, Washing- 
ton County where he bought a home. Here they lived for four years. He then went on to Nevada to a place 
called "West Point" on what is known as the "Muddy". Sarah's mother died the first year they were there. 
Then the government decided to make the area into a Reservation, so all of the white people there were com- 
pelled to move out. They named this the "Yada" Reservation. Sarah and her family next lived at "Moccasin 
Springs" where they stayed until they joined the "United Order" in 1776 and they called this settlement 
"Orderville. " 

At the age of thirteen, when her mother died, Sarah had been left with the care of the three younger 
children. They went to school and sometimes night school. For amusement they would have candy pulls, 
horseback riding, and musical parties. Square dancing and waltzing, with a fiddle and an accordian, were 
their entertainment. 

Sarah Melissa married at the age of eighteen on the 6th day of August, 1871 Daniel V. LeRoy. She was 
his second wife. Very little is known of his first family. He was born 27 November 1844 or by correction 
18 November 1839, this latter date accepted. He died 12 February 1898 at Vernal, Utah (or 1900). 

After their marriage they went to Parawan to live. He ran a sawmill for Walter Eli Wilcox and made 
lumber for the pioneers and for the St. George Temple. Sarah was left a widow with six small children, the 
youngest but three years of age. She raised her family by her own efforts. 

In 1917 Sarah Melissa married Levi Walker of Cedar. He died in 1934 and she spent her remaining years 
at the home of a daughter at Spanish Fork, Utah. She passed away 3 January 1944, just one year after our 
visit with her and an interesting interview at Spanish Fork. She was a tiny lady, weighing probably 105 pounds, 
had a keen mind and memory, and was a very intellectual person to interview. She was a pioneer to Utah at 
the age of eight years in 1862, a pilgrim and pioneer to Nevada, Arizona, and a teacher of music and a leader 
of Church choirs and other activities. 

As Sarah M. LeRoy was the last living person to have known Grandfather Rial Allen in person, it was 
interesting to hear a few details about him and her description of the progenitor of these many hundreds of 
descendants. 

She said, "He was not very big but stood very straight. He was not very heavy, only medium weight. 
He had kindly blue eyes. He was of medium complexion but getting a little grey. He was a successful farmer 
and stock raiser. His cattle and hogs were of the best. In Kentucky, his horses were the thoroughbreds. He 
was of a very kindly disposition, and his character and disposition were most noticeable in his son James, who 

seemed more like him than any others in the family . " 

Maud B. Allen 



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LEROY 

(Sarah Melissa 4 - Lewis 3 -Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
129. SAEIAH MELISSA ALLEN, b 30 May 1854 at Savannah, Andrews County, Missouri, d 3 January 1944 at 

Spanish Fork, Utah, daughter of Lewis and Elizabeth (Alexander) AUen, pioneer to Utah in 1862, md 1st 

6 August 1871 to Daniel Vester LeRoy, b 18 November 1839, son of Lewis Ray and Charlotte (Wilvers) 

LeRoy. 

Children: 

a. Annie E. LeRoy, b 2 December 1876, d 1 November 1954, md 14 March 1889 Alfred Boner, md 2nd 

Edward Williams. 

b. Ammor Alexander LeRoy, b 29 November 1878 in California, md 21 June 1903 Mary L. Sanderson. 

c. Samuel Walter LeRoy, b 3 January 1881, d 9 May 1881. 

d. Charlotte LeRoy, b 10 October 1882 at Pine Creek, Arizona, md 1st Edward Christensen, 2nd Walter Allen. 

e. Amy Almira LeRoy, b 20 August 1884, md Parley P. Pace. 

f . Theodore LeRoy, b 20 August 1890, md 9 April 1909 Kate Ann Guymon. 

g. Lewis R. LeRoy, b 1 February 1894 at Panguitch, Utah, d 24 October 1942, md 1st Kate Ann Guymon, 

2nd Olga Jensen. 

Record of Daniel LeRoy, Salt Lake City, 
Church records, family records. 



In the summer of 1942 we were privileged to drive to Spanish Fork and to locate the home where Sarah 
Allen LeRoy was living with her daughter. She was the first person still living who could authenticize the known 
material we were seeking. A little lady, bent with toil and age, weighing perhaps 105 pounds with grey hair 
and deep blue eyes, she told us of her father, her grandfather Rial, her aunt "Lizzie" and uncle "Sprak or 
Sprank", Her mind was very keen and her memory remarkable. With tears in her eyes, she told of the sad 
parting of the families on that 30th day of May, 1862 as she with her father Lewis and Uncle James and their 
families left for the west. She told how they rode together all day, and as dusk came said their sad farewells, 
realizing this parting was perhaps forever. She said she felt such a great emptinessand loneliness within her as 
her grandfather and aunt turned to return home while they started their perilous and unknown journey to the 
west, 

Maud B. Allen 



Descendants of SARAH MELISSA ALLEN and DANIEL VESTER LEROY 

BONER - WILLLAMS 

(Annie E. LeRoy 5 - Sarah M. Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
a. ANNIE ELIZA LEROY , b 2 December 1876 at Moapa, Nevada, d 1 November 1954, md 14 March 1889 
Alfred Boner, div. , md 2nd Edward Williams. 

Children: (Boner) 

Elizabeth Boner, b 13 April 1890, md LeRoy Mowery. 

Alice Boner, b 25 August 1891. 

(son) Boner, b 1 August 1892, d infant. 

Children: (Williams) 

Louise Williams, b 2 December 1895. 
Marie Williams, b 1898 (deceased) 
LeRoy Williams, b 1900. 
Grace Williams, b 1902. 



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LEROY 



(Ammon A. LeRoy 5 - Sarah M. Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

b. AMMON ALEXANDER LEROY. b 27 November 1878, d 2 March 1965. md 24 June 1903 Mary Lucinda 
Sanderson. 

Children: 

Ammon Allen LeRoy, b 31 March 1904, d infant. 

Ellis Wm. LeRoy, b 16 September 1905, d 31 August 1952, md 31 May 1939 Precilla Nielsen 

Mary LeRoy, b 30 August 1907, md 13 January 1947 Burton Edwin Tew. 

Lucy LeRoy, b 3 March 1909, md 22 July 1931 James Gleason Kerr. 

Daniel Vester LeRoy, b 14 August 1911. md 29 April 1931 Margaret Louise Morrell. 

CHRISTENSEN - ALLEN 

(Charlotte LeRoy 5 - Sarah Melissa 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
d. CHARLOTTE LEROY, b 10 October 1882. d 19 December 1964. md 1st Edward Christensen div md 
2nd Walter Allen. 

Children: (Christensen) 

Elsie Christensen, b February 1898, deceased. 
LeRoy Christensen, d young, about 3 years. 
Melissa Christensen, d age about 12 years. 
Baby boy Christensen, d infant. 
Son Christensen, about 1906. 

ChUdren: (Allen) 

Two daughters died in Idaho from eating poison 
One daughter 
Two sons 

PACE 



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(Amy Almira LeRoy 5 - Sarah Melissa 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
e- AMY ALMIRA LEROY , b 15 October 1884, md 1904 Parley P. Pace. 

Children: 

Edna Pace. 

Alma Pace. 

Venita Pace. 

LeRoy Pace. 

Utanah Pace. 

2 infant sons deceased. 

LEROY 

(Theodore LeRoy 5 - Sarah Melissa Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
f- THEODORE LEROY . b 8 August 1887, md 9 April 1909 Kate Ann Guymon, b 29 December 1881. 

Newell D. LeRoy, b 29 October 1910, md 20 May 1933 Alice Johansen. 

Miretta Ann LeRoy, b 3 July 1912, d 15 July 1928. 

Oral Melissa LeRoy. b 1 October 1913, md 21 November 1933 Brigham N. Guymon. 

Theone Guymon LeRoy. b 20 May 1918. md 10 April 1935 Clayton Anderson. 

Blake Ammon LeRoy, b 20 April 1920, d infant. 

Ruth LaDene LeRoy, b 1 December 1923, md 22 June 1945 Robert Garcia. 



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Daniel Kenneth LeRoy, b 13 October 1925. md 25 June 1947 Frances Jane Baxter. 
Edna LeRoy, b 25 July 1928, d infant. 
Katie Marie LeRoy, b 3 June 1929, d infant. 
Larraine LeRoy, b 18 May 1930, md Sitrude Douglas. 

LEROY 

(Lewis LeRoy 5 - Sarah Melissa Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

LEWIS "D" LEROY , b 1 February 1894, d 24 October 1942, md Olga Jensen, div. 

Children: 
Font LeRoy 

LEROY 

(Daniel Vester LeRoy 6 - Ammon A. LeRoy 5 - Sarah M. Allen 4 - Lewis 3 -Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
DANIEL VESTER LEROY , b 14 August 1911, son of Ammon Alex LeRoy and Mary L, (Sanderson) LeRoy, 
md 29 April 1931 Margaret Louise Morrell, b 12 February 1911, daughter of Job Wm. and Maude Elvira 
(Egbert) Morrell. 

Children: 

Margaret Beth LeRoy, b 13 February 1932, md 6 July 1951 Wm. O. Warenski. 

Robert Daniel LeRoy, b 5 April 1933. 

David Morrell LeRoy, b 14 August 1934. 

Michael Allen LeRoy, b 23 December 1937, md 27 June 1957 Sandra Kay Colton. 

Judith Ann LeRoy, b 23 March 1939, md 28 April 1959 Frank A. B. Ipsen. 

James William LeRoy, b 12 May 1943, md 2 October 1963 Cathe Jean George. 

KERR 

(Lucie LeRoy 6 - Ammon Alexander 5 - Sarah Melissa Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

LUCIE LEROY , b 3 March 1909 at Sunneyside, Carbon County, Utah, daughter of Ammon Alexander and 

Mary Lucinda (Sanderson) LeRoy, md 22 July 1931 James Gleason Kerr, b 18 April 1903 son of James A. j 

and Emma L. (Gleason) Kerr. | 

Children: j 

Jayne Mariot Kerr, b 23 November 1945 at Salt Lake City, Utah, md Richard A. Baldwin. \\ 

Family record of Ammon and Mary S. 
LeRoy . 

LEROY ij 

( Ellis Wm. 6 - Ammon Alexander 5 - Sarah Melissa Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) ' 

ELLIS WILLIAM LEROY , b 16 September 1905 at Sunneyside, Utah, d 31 August 1952 at Salt Lake City, 
son of Ammon Alexander and Mary Lucinda (Sanderson) LeRoy, md 31 May 1939 Precilla Nielson. 
b 11 April 1907 at Richfield, Utah, daughter of Niels Peter and Maria Jane(Gleason) Nielson. 

Children: 

Sue Rae LeRoy, b 9 January 1939 at Price, Utah, md Richard Lee Walch, div. : 

Rosann LeRoy, b 9 May 1945 at Prove, Utah. 

Ellis William LeRoy, b 16 May 1948 at Provo, Utah. 

Ammon LeRoy record. 



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(Andrew Jackson 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
130. ANDREW JA CKSON ALLEN , b 20 December 1856 at Savannah, Andrews County, Missouri, d 27 January 

1896 in a wagon accident at Summit, Utah, son of Lewis and Elizabeth (Alexander) AUen, md 23 March 

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Children: (born at Huntington, Utah) 

Charles Lewis Allen, b 8 January 1879 at Pipe Springs , Arizona, d 17 August 1919, md 9 October 1899 
Martha Gale. 

Alice Allen, b 14 Match 1882 at Kanab, Utah, md 9 October 1899 Joseph B. Johnson. 

Elizabeth Allen, b 6 January 1884 at Huntington, Emery County, Utah, d infant. 

Rose Ann Allen, b 3 January 1885 at Huntington, Emery County, Utah, d infant. 

Andrew Jackson Allen m, b 9 August 1888 (7), md 26 May 1909 Geneva Viola Cox. 

Joseph Marion Allen, b 3 September 1889, d August 1890. 

Edgar Allen, b 19 July 1892, md 1st 2 June 1913 Mary Green. 

Sarah Mabel Allen, b 15 November 1894, d 29 May 1929, md 12 May 1910 Silas E. Cox. 

Lewis Allen records, Huntington 
Church records, Alice Johnson personal 
records, Mrs. Elma Lake record, 
Layton, Utah. 



SARIAH ELIZA PULSIPHER 



ANDREW JACKSON ALLEN 





PULSIPHER, Sariah EUza 

b 22 March 1863 

w St. George, Washington, Utah 

d 13 May 1946 at Huntington, Emery, Utah 

bur 16 May 1947 at Huntington, Emery, Utah 

father - PULSIPHER, Charles 

mother - ROBBIN, Sariah Eliza 

2-H, BLACK, Martin Luther 



ALLEN, ANDREW JACKSON 

b 20 December 1856 

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md 22 March 1878 

w St. George, Washington, Utah 

d 27 January 1896 at Soldier Canyon 

bur 30 January 1896 at Huntington, Emery 

father - ALLEN, Lewis 

mother - ALEXANDER, Elizabeth 






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ANDREW JACKSON AND SARIAH ELIZA (PULSIPHER) ALLEN 



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5th child - ALLEN, Andrew Jackson 
b 9 August 1887 
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md COX. Geneva Viola 
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pl Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah 

7th child - ALLEN, Edgar 
b 19 July 1891 
w Huntington, Emery, Utah 
md GREEN, Mary 
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pl Huntington, Emery, Utah 

8th child - ALLEN, Sariah Mable 

b 15 November 1894 

w Huntington, Emery, Utah 

md COX, Silas Elmer 

wh 12 May 1910 

pl Huntington, Emery, Utah 

d 29 May 1929 (Sariah) 



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MARTHA PERMELIA ALLEN MARSHALL 
SONS ALLISON AND ANDREW M. 




1st HOME OF WILLUM AND MARTHA PERMtLL-^ ALLEN MARSHALL. 1832-3 
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(Martha PermeUa4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
131. MARTHA PERN-IELIA ALLEN , b 23 May 1858 (9) at Savannah, Missouri, d 16 February 1931 at Huntington, 

Utah, daughter of Lewis and Elizabeth (Alexander) Allen, md 17 April 1878 WiUiam Marshall Jr. , 

b 7 December 1857 at San Bernadino , d 8 November 1938 at Huntington, Utah. He was the son of 

William Marshall and 1st wife Frances Bridges (Kendall) Marshall. 

Children: 

WiUiam Lewis Marshall, b 15 September 1879 at Orderville, Kane County, Utah, d 19 November 1958, 

md 30 September 1903 Sarah Emery Otteson. 
John W. Marshall, b 8 June 1881 at Huntington, Emery County, Utah, d 18 May 1925, md 24 June 1903 

Martha Cox. 
James Ira Marshall, b 14 May 1883, d 15 April 1945, md 24 June 1900 Janet Otteson. 
Adelbert Marshall, b 6 February 1885, d 13 October 1963, md 28 February 1907 Barbara Otteson. 
Elizabeth Marshall, b 22 May 1887, d infant. 

Aisley Arley Marshall, b 28 May 1888, md 15 May 1919 Flora EUen Young. 
Lorin Marshall, b 26 July 1891, d 6 April 1903. 

Andrew Marion Marshall, b 20 January 1896, md 21 June 1918 Olive May Young. 
Allison Marshall, b 30 April 1897, d 13 February 1959, md Lillian Otterstrom 13 October 1920. 
Jesse Marshall, b 25 November 1903, md 1st Marie Turner, md 2nd 23 October 1937 Florence Davidson. 

William Marshall, father of the above William (1856-1938) was bom in England, lived in Australia, and 
came to America 185 . His first wife was Frances Bridges (Kendall) Marshall, death date not known. 
He married 2nd Martha Allen, daughter of Rial and Margaret (Evins) Allen, known as Martha Owens. He 
also married Margaret Owens, daughter of Manha Allen Owens Marshall whose 1st husband was Jas. Clark. 
By Margaret Owens 1st husband (Clark) she had Martha Elizabeth Clark and Wm. By Wm. Marshall she 
had Delila, a daughter, and Jesse, a son. See Family No. 150. 

Gathered from papers in possession of 
William Owens, Church records, Eva 
O. Jorgensen pajsers. 



Descendants of MARTHA PERMELIA ALLEN and WILLIAM MARSHALL n 

MARSHALL 

(William Lewis Marshall 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
WILLIAM LEWIS MARSHALL , b 15 September 1879 at Huntington, Emery County, Utah, d 19 November 
1958, son of Wm. Marshall II and Martha Permelia (Allen) Marshall, md 30 September 1903 Sarah Emery 
Otteson, b 5 February 1885 at Huntington, daughter of Christian and Sarah (Crowther) Otteson. 

Children: 

Lilah Marshall, b 12 July 1904, md 15 January 1923 Morley Burgess. 

Herbert Lewis Marshall, b 8 October 1906, md 14 December 1928 Geneva Richer. 

Neldon Marshall, b 11 March 1911, md 26 October 1939 Lucile Helen Wilson. 

Sarah Permelia Marshall, b 11 March 1911, md 16 March 1931 Harold F. Jensen. 

Len R. Marshall, b 3 November 1913, md 10 August 1935 Ruth Varger. 

Geneel Marshall, b 8 December 1914, md 20 October 1931 Benjamin Brady. 

Calvin Marshall, b 10 February 1917. 

Sylvia Rae Marshall, b 10 May 1919, md 8 June 1936 Eldon Marshall Judd. 

William Crowther Marshall, b 9 November 1921. 

Lois Marshall, b 4 December 1923. 

Dallis Marshall, b 7 March 1926. 

Melvin Marshall, b 21 March 1928, md Nettie May Jacobsen. 

Piccola Marshall, b 14 March 1932. 

Record from Journal of Wm. Lewis 

Marshall. 



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William Marshall Martha Permelia Allen 
1857 - 1938 1859 - 1931 




William Lewis Marshall - 1879 
wife - Sarah Emery Otteson 

John "W" Marshall - 1881 
wife - Martha Ellen Cox 

James Ira Marshall - 1883 
Janet Otteson 

Adelbert Marshall - 1885 
Barbara Otteson 




Arley Marshall - 1888 
wife - Flora Ellen Young 

Lorin Marshall - 1891-1903 

Andrew Marion .Marshall - 1896 
wife - Olive May Young 

Allison Marshall - 1897 
Lillian Otteson 
Jesse Marshall - 1903 



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MARSHALL 

(John Marshall 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

JOHNW. MARSHALL , b 9 June 1881 at Orderville, Iron County, Utah, d 18 March 1925, son of Wm. 

Marshall II, and Martha Permelia (Allen) Marshall, md 24 June 1903 Martha Ellen Cox, b 7 May 1883 

at Huntington, Utah, daughter of Elias Henderson and Ellen Viola (Sherman) Cox. 

Children: (all born at Huntington, Emery County, Utah) 

William Elias Marshall, b 3 July 1904, md 21 September 1925 Irene Jones. 

Everond John Marshall, b 13 September 1905, md 10 October 1934 Lila Pearl Wayman. 

Sherman L. Marshall, b 11 August 1906, d 21 December 1906. 

Ella Permelia Marshall, b 1 November 1907, d 25 May 1938, md 15 May 1937 Hyrum Stephen Atwood. 

Zadella Alice Marshall, b 11 February 1909, d 27 November 1958, md 19 October 1932 Oscar Foote. 

Inez Viola Marshall, b 5 March 1911, md 8 April 1939 Walter Carl Salbaka. 

Nolen "W" Marshall, b 1 November 1912, md 9 March 1939 Genevie Olive Bowden. 

Zina Loree Marshall, b 5 March 1914, md 27 August 1932 Eldwin Colby. 

Venna (Uenna) Mable Marshall, b 27 August 1915, md Benjamin Q. Jones 1 November 1932. 

, h 9 January 1917, md 8 April 1939 Buryl Abernathy. (Name illegible) 

Julius Woodrow Marshall, b 14 June 1918, d 9 September 1951, md 15 June 1940 Reva Rae Gordon. 

Nona Mae Marshall, b 15 December 1919, md 28 October 1951 George Rogers. 

Geneva Mazie Marshall, b 31 March 1921, md 7 October 1938 George Berdell Lake. 

Leah Roberta Marshall, b 22 January 1923, md 27 May 1941 Charles B. Huff. 

John "W" Marshall Jr. , b 5 June 1925, md 10 August 1946 Beverley Lou Eilander. 

Church records, Genevieve M. Lake 
family records. 

MARSHALL 

(James Ira Marshall 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

JAMES IRA MARSHALL , b 14 May 1883 at Huntington, Utah, d 15 April 1945. son of Wm. and Martha 

M. (Allen) Marshall, md 10 June 1903 Janet Ottesen, b 11 Match 1887, d 13 February 1962, daughter of 

Christian and Sarah (Crowther) Otteson. 

Children: (born at Huntington, Utah) 

Ira Milton Marshall, b 17 June 1904, md 15 September 1927 Charlotte Mortensen. 

Vensa Marshall, b 6 October 1906, d infant. 

baby Marshall, b 6 January 1911, d infant. 

Clea Marshall, b 11 June 1912, md 21 October 1935 Leona Perken. 

Loren James Marshall, b 15 May 1915, md 15 August 1951 Irene Westen. 

Edna Virginia Marshall, b 22 October 1917, md 16 August 1938 Phillip Jas. Lewis. 

Christian Rue Marshall, b 19 June 1920, md 17 October 1945 Gloria Nadine Losick. 

Perry W. Marshall, b 8 October 1922, md 10 November 1950 Shirley Elaine Parker. 

Alma A. Marshall, b 19 January 1926, d 9 December 1926. 

Sherrie Marshall, b 10 March 1929, md 29 September 1949 Jack Vorice Cox. 

Yutona Marshall, b 28 November 1932, md 14 January 1952 James Robert Mcdermit. 

Huntington Church records, Arvonna 
Reynolds family records, Ira Marshall 
records. 



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MARSHALL 

(Adelberi Marshall 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

ADELBERT MARSHALL , b 6 February 1885 at Huntington, Utah, d 13 October 1963 at Price, Utah, son 
of William and Martha P. (Allen) Marshall, md 28 March 1907 Barbara Otteson, b 19 February 1889 at 
Huntington, Utah, d 6 April 1963 at Price, Utah, daughter of Christian and Sarah (Crowther) Otteson. 

Children: (born at Huntington, Utah) 

Bardella Marshall, b 14 May 1908, md Melvin Williamson. 

Thill Marshall, b 28 October 1910, md Stella Eleanor Jensen. 

Orthella Marshall, b 18 September 1912, md David Melvin Mills. 

Eva Marshall, b 4 November 1916, md Melvin Mills. 

Clover Marshall, b 5 November 1918, md Walter Thomas. 

Bertha Marshall, b 15 November 1920, md Heber Whitmer. 

Elma Marshall, b 4 March 1923, md Grant Jensen. 

Daisy Marshall (tv^rin), b 20 January 1926, d infant. 

Maud Marshall (twin), b 20 January 1926, d infant. 

Verna Marshall, b 8 March 1928. 

Adelbert Marshall, b 7 May 1930. 

Barbara Jean Marshall, b 23 December 1934, 

Wm. and Martha (Allen) Marshall 
records. Church records, Huntington, 
Utah, Walter Salbacka, Palo Alto, 
Calif, records. 

MARSHALL 

(Arley Marshall 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

ARLEY MARSHALL , b 28 May 1888, d 28 October 1959 at Palo Alto, California, son of Wm. and Martha 
Permelia (Allen) Marshall, md 19 May 1919 Flora Ellen Young, b 22 January 1898 at Fremont, Wayne 
County, daughter of LeRoy Wheeler and Mary Ann (Limb) Young. 

Children: 

Luel "R" Marshall, b 6 February 1920, md 17 October 1948Marjorie Gottferdson. 

Lee William Marshall, b 10 August 1921, md 24 June 1945 Winnefred J. (illegible) 

Reece Marshall, b 18 August 1922, md 23 September 1947 Louise Gentry. 

Gwen Dean Marshall, b 4 March 1924, md 20 November 1942 Norman Nielson Boeslund. 

James Allen Marshall, b 5 December 193_, md 14 September 1952 Norma L. Rector. 

Fred Marshall, b 23 May 1936, d 26 April 1938. 

Joan Green Marshall, b 19 August 1942 at San Francisco, md Donald . 

Records of Flora E. Marshall, records 
of Luel Marshall, Concord, Calif. 

MARSHALL 

(Andrew Marion Marshall 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ANDREW MARION MARSHALL , b 20 January 1896 at Huntington, Emery County, Utah, son of William 

and Martha Permelia (Allen) Marshall, md 21 June 1918 Olive May Young, b 11 September 1899, 

daughter of LeRoy Wheeler and Mary Ann (Limb) Young. 

Children: 

Donna Marion Marshall, b 18 July 1919, md 15 October 1938 Morris Brinkerhoff. 

Betty Marshall, b 13 December 1922. d 20 May 1946, md 6 August 1945 Dee Christensen. 

Burk LeRoy Marshall, b 25 May 1925, md 25 June 1945 Genel Black. 

Van Alden Marshall, b 1 September 1938, md 23 June 1956 Lois Janie James. 

Mary Valeen Marshall, b 16 August 1942, md 20 June 1959 Patrick John Cassidy. 

Record of Mary Ann Limb Young, 
Church records, Andrew M. Marshall. 



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MARSHALL 

(Alison Marshall 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ALISON ALLEN MARSHALL , b 30 April 1897 at Huntington, Utah, d 10 February 1959, son of William 
and Martha Permelia (Allen) Marshall, md 23 October 1920 Lillian Dorothy Ottestrom, b 19 March 1902, 
d 25 February 1956, daughter of Brigham and Anna (Baltzerson) Otterstrom. 

Children: 



Zella Marshall, b 3 December 1921, md Melvin C. Hilbert, div. 
Ruth Marshall, b 23 March 1925, md Courtney H. Brewer. 
Venice Marshall, b 3 December 1929, md Rulon J. Howard. 
Lenore Marshall, b 3 February 1932, md Lawrence Fearnley. 



md 2nd Warren Jones. 



Record of Otterstrom family, record 

Flora Y. Marshall. 



Descendants of WILLIAM LEWIS MARSHALL and SARAH EMELY OTTESON 

BURGESS 

(Lila Marshall 6 - William Lewis 5 - Martha P. Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

LILA MARSHALL , md Morley Burgess. 
Children: 



Melrose Lloyd Burgess, b 28 March 1924. 
Lewis Harrison Burgess, b 18 April 1926. 
Ruby Gerine Burgess, b 12 November 1927. 
Pearl Elorine Burgess, b 16 January 1929. 
Betty Bernice Burgess, b 1 February 1932. 
Lavell Morley Burgess, b 18 December 1934. 
Darel Larell Burgess, b 10 April 1936. 
Ferrel Dean Burgess, b 28 January 1938. 
Elgen Sheldon Burgess, b 29 January 1941. 



Record of Crothers of Fountain Green. 



MARSHALL 

(Len R. Marshall 6 - Wm. Lewis 5 - Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
LEN R. MARSHALL , md Ruth Varger. 

Children: 

Barbara Jane Marshall, b 17 November 1936. 
Phyllis Marshall, b 2 October 1938. 
Lenneth Len Marshall, b 3 January 1940. 

Flora Marshall record. 



BRADY 



(Geniel Marshall 6 - Wm. Lewis 5 - Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
GENIEL MARSHALL , md Benjamin Brady. 

Children: 



Beyh Brady. 
Glen Brady. 
Edward Brady. 
Clifford Brady. 
Devon Brady. 
Lamont Brady. 



Huntington, Emery County records. 



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JENSEN 

(Sarah Permelia Marshall 6 - Wm. Lewis 5 - Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
SARAH PERMELIA MARSHALL , md Harold Thomas Jensen 18 March 1931. 

Children: 

Harold Von Jensen, b 17 April 1933. 

Allen M. Jensen, b 20 February 1934, d infant. 

Reed Theo Jensen, b 9 February 1936. 

Gene Ray Jensen, b27 January 1938. 

, b 7 June 1951. 

Record of Sarah Permelia Jensen. 

MARSHALL 

(Melvin John Marshall 6 - Wm. Lewis 5 - Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
MELVIN JOHN MARSHALL , md Nettie Mae Jacobsen. 

Children: 

Cathie Charlene Marshall, b 21 November 1955. 



SCHMIDT 

(Dallis E. Marshall 6 - Wm. Lewis 5 - Permelia Allen 4 
DALLIS E. MARSHALL, md John N. Schmidt. 



Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 



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Children: 

Randall Alan Schmidt, b 24 June 1951. 

Sharon Lee Schmidt (twin), b 19 September 1952. 

Karen Lynn Schmidt (twin), b 19 September 1952. 



Record given by Olive Y. Marshall. 



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MARSHALL 

(Herbert Lewis Marshall 6 - Wm. Lewis 5 - Permelia AUen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
HERBERT LEWIS MARSHALL , b 8 October 1906 son of William L. and Sarah Emery (Otteson) Marshall, 
md Geneva Richen^ b 19 November 1909 at Orangeville, Utah, daughter of William Banford and Eliza 
(Ostler) Richens. 

Children: (all born at Hiawatha, Carbon County, Utah) 

Herbert Lewis Marshall, b 10 August 1929. 
Dorothy Dean Marshall, b 18 November 1931. 
Merland Jay Marshall, b 20 April 1933. 
Doris Jean Marshall, b 21 December 1934. 
Carol Ann Marshall, b (11) 14 November 1936. 
Evelyne Loraine Marshall, b 14 November 1936 (twins) 
Peggy Arlene Marshall, b 4 January 1940. 
Dixie Marshall, b 21 September 1942. 
Allen Marshall. 

Record sent by Andrew M. Marshall. 



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Descendants of ADELBERT and BARBARA (OTTESON) MARSHALL 

WHITMER 

(Bertha 6 - Adelbert 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 ■ Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
BERTHA MARSHALL , b 15 November 1920 at Huntington, Utah, daughter of Adelbert and Barbara 
(Otteson) Marshall, md Heber Whitmer, b 27 March 1917 at Vernal, Utah, ion of David and Bertha 
(Langston) Whitmer. 

Children: 

Brenda Toyce Whitmer. 
David Arnold Whitmer. 
Daniel Stephen Whitmer. 

Descendants of JOHN W. MARSHALL and MARTHA ELLEN COX 

MARSHALL 

(Julius Woodrow 6 - John W. 5 - Permelia Allen 4 - LcwU 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
JULIUS WOODROW MARSHALL , b 14 June 1918 at Huntington, Emery County, Utah, d 9 September 1961 
son of John W. and Martha Ellen (Cox) Marshall, md 15 June 1940 Reva Rae Gordon, b 4 July 1922, 
daughter of Edward Gordon. 

Children: 

Robert Edward Marshall, b 5 June 1941 at Fellows, California. 
Donna Rue Marshall, b 13 March 1943 at Huntington, Utah. 
Pamella Sue Marshall, b 6 April 1951 at Huntington, Utah. 

Flora Marshall family record. 



HUFF 



(Leah Roberta Marshall 6 - John W. 5 - Permelia Allen 4 • Lewis 3 - Rial 2 • Samuel 1) 
LEAH ROBERTA MARSHALL , md Charles Bernell Huff. 

Children: (bom at Price, Carbon County, Utah) 

Karen Leah Huff, b 24 February 1942. 
NlnaJoAnn Huff, b 12 April 1943. 
Linda Inez Huff, b 4 February 1948. 



LAKE 



(Geneva Mazle 6 - John W. 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
GENEVA MAZIE MARSHALL , md BerdeU Lake 7 October 1938. 

Children: 

BllUe Jean Marshall Lake, b 21 September 1939. 

Jimmle BerdeU Lake, b 13 September 1940, d 11 December 1940. 

Keith B. Lake. 

Randel Lake, b 1949. 

Olive Marshall record. 



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JONES 

(Uenna Mabel Jones 6 - John W. 5 - Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
UENNA MABEL MARSHALL , md Benjamin "Q" Jones 18 November 1932. 

Lewana Gay Jones, b 28 May 1934, md 10 December 1952 Lars Jensen. Born at Huntington, Utah. 

DeRell Que Jones, b 7 August 1935, md 16 December 1964 Linda Minchey. 

Martha LaRae Jones, b 31 October 1936, md 25 March 1952 Harold Simonsen. 

Frances E. Jones, b 29 April 1938, md 28 May 1958 Ross Edwards. 

Wilma Irene Jones, b 7 October 1939, md 19 June 1956 Larry Gregerson. 

Judy Faye Jones, b 13 August 1941, d 12 December 1965. md 16 July 1960 Edwin Pederson. 

Dixie Norine Jones, b 24 December 1943, md 27 December 1963 William Anderson. 

Janis June Jones, b 1 February 1945, md 1 August 1964 Max Jensen. 

John Roger Jones, b 28 March 1946, md 10 July 1965 Vera Lynn Wong. 

Connie Renae Jones, b 10 May 1947, md 13 June 1964 Fenton DeMill. 

Ronald B. Jones, b 8 August 1948 at Price, Utah. 

Leah Joy Lynn Jones, b 19 July 1950 at Price, Utah. 

DeLon "K" Jones, b 17 January 1957 at Price, Utah. 

Price records, Uenna Jones records, 
Manti, Utah. 

COLBY 

(Zina Loree 6 - John W. 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
ZINA L OR EE MARSHALL , md Eld win Colby. 

Children: 

Eldwin Clive Colby, b 26 April 1933 at Huntington, Utah. 

Joyce Loree Colby, b 13 July 1934. 

Erwin Dee Colby, b 25 April 1936, d August 1936. 

Geneane Emaline Colby 

Alice Bernice Colby, b 14 May 1939. 

William Edgar Colby, 

Thomas Gay Colby, b 1949. 

Elery Ray Colby, b 6 February 1953. 

Olive Y. Marshall record. 

MARSHALL 

(William Elias 6 - John W. 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
WILLIAM ELIAS MARSHALL , md 21 September 1925 Irene Jones. 

Children; 

Elaine Marshall, b 25 June 1926 in Carbon County, Utah. 
Leona Erwin Marshall, b 6 February 1928. 
Billie Vaughn Marshall, b 17 March 1930. 

Flora Marshall family record. 

MARSHALL 

(Everand John 6 - John W. 5 - Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

EVERAND JOHN MARSHAL L, md 10 October 1934 Lila Pearl Waymon. 
Children; 

Floyd Everand Marshall, b 27 August 1935. 
Donald J. Marshall, b 7 November 1937. 
Walter Lee Marshall, b 4 July 1940. 



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^°'^^ (ZadeUa Alice Marshall 6 - John W. 5 - Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
ZADELLA ALICE MARSHALL , md Oscar Foot. 

Children: 

Erwin Lanell Foot, b 26 July 1933 at Huntington, Emery County, Utah. 

Olive Yuvonnie Foot, b 3 February 1935 at Huntington. 

Ina Lorene Foot, b 20 March 1937 at Huntington. 

Carol Ellen Foot, b 10 August 1938 at Huntington. 

Alice Lavina Foot, b 22 May 1941 at Castle Gate, Utah. 

Norma Marshall Foot, b 28 May 1946. 

SALBACKA 

(Inez Viola Marshall 6 - John W. 5 - Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

INEZ VIOLA MARSHALL , md Walter Carl Salbacka. 
Children: 

Carol Ellen Salbacka, b 12 February 1942 at Palo Alto, California. 
Phylis Ann Salbacka, b 28 February 1944 at Palo Alto, California. 
William Edward Salbacka, b 11 November 1946, d infant. 
Walter Salbacka, b 2 July 1953. 

MARSHALL 

(Nolan W. 6 - John W. 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

NOLAN W. MARSHALL , md Geneve Bowden. 
Children: 

Reah Dee Ann Marshall, b March 1940 at Huntington, Emery County. Utah. 

James Nolan Marshall, b 19 June 1941 at Huntington, Emery County, Utah. 

Verna Marshall. 

Patsy Jean Marshall, b 1950. 

Record of Flora Marshall, records of 
Olive Y. Marshall. 



Descendants of ARLEY MARSHALL and FLORA ELLEN YOUNG 

MARSHALL 

(Luel A. 6 - Arley 5 - Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
LUEL A. MARSHALL , md Marjorie Gottfiredson. 

Children: 

Patricia Marshall, b 29 January 1949 at Oakland, California. 

Luel A. Marshall, b 19 June 1950 at Oakland. California. 

Cynthia Marshall, b 13 March 1952 at Oakland, California. 

Benjamin David Marshall, b 22 December 1953 at Oakland, California, d 10 August 1954. 

Richard Keith Marshall, b 31 January 1956. 

Mary Marshall, b 3 May 1958. 

Martha Stewart Marshall, b 27 October 1961. 

Record of Mary Young. 



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MARSHALL 

(Lee Williams Marshall 6 - Arley 5 - Permelia Allen 4- Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
LEE WILLLf^MS MARSHALL , md Winnifred Jean Biddelman. 

Children: 

Robert Marshall, b 9 June 1949 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Ronald Marshall, b 11 August 1952 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

David Paul Marshall, b 16 May 1956 at San Jose, California. 

Jennie Marshall (adopted), b 26 June 1944 at San Francisco, California. 

MARSHALL 

(Reese Marshall 6 - Arley 5 - Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
REESE MARSHALL , md Erma Louise Cantry. 

Children: 

Ronda Lynn Marshall, b 9 July 1948 at Cedar City, Utah. . 
Fredrick Arley Marshall, b 21 August 1949 at Palo Alto, California. 
Judith Ann Marshall, b 25 August 1959 at Palo Aho, California. 
Thuran Marshall, b 31 October 1960 at Palo Alto, California. 
Paul Allen Marshall, b 28 August 1964 at Palo Alto, California. 
Janice Donn Marshall, b 24 June 1957 at Palo Alto, California. 

Record of Flora Marshall. 

BOISLAND 

(Gwen Dean Marshall 6 - Arley 5 - Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
GWEN DEAN MARSHALL , md Norman Nielson Boisland. 

Children: 

Norma Dean Boisland, b 11 April 1946 at Ogden, Utah. 
Kenneth Ray Boisland, b 18 September 1949 at Ogden, Utah. 
Richard Vernon Boisland, b 27 February 1954. 

Record from Flora Marshall. 

MARSHALL 

(James Allen Marshall 6 - Arley 5 - Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
JAMES ALLEN MARSHALL , md Norma Lee Rector. 

Children: 

Kathlynn Ann Marshall, b 29 September 1954 at Palo Alto, California. 
Thomas Allen Marshall, b 8 May 1957 at Palo Alto, California. 
Robert Dean Marshall, b 27 February 1959 at Palo Alto, California. 

Flora Marshall records. 



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Descendants of ANDREW MARION MARSHALL and OLIVE MAY YOUNG 

BRINKERHOFF 

(Donna Marion Marshall 6 - Andrew Marion 5 - Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

DONNA MARION MARSHALL , md William Mortis Brinkerhoff. 

Children: 

Phillip M. Brinkerhoff, b 22 October 1939. md 30 June 1960 JoAnn Thelma Walburg. 

Phillis JoAnn Brinkerhoff, b 19 June 1941. md 14 June 1957 John Grehard DeHass. 

Judith Lynn Brinkerhoff, b 31 August 1944, md 21 February 1961 Robert Lindsey Marsh. 

Morris Lee Brinkerhoff, b 24 May 1951. 

Elaine Marie Brinkerhoff, b 26 August 1952 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Allen Don Brinkerhoff, b 8 September 1953. 

William "J" Brinkerhoff, b 26 May 1960. 

Record of Wm. Morris Brinkerhoff, 
record of Lewis, Andrew M. Marshall 
record. 



MARSHALL 

(Burk LeRoy 6 - Andrew Marion 5 - Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 
BURK LEROY MARSHALL, md Geniel Black. 



Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



Children: 



Elda Jean Marshall, b 10 June 1947. 
Leslie Joan Marshall, b 28 September 1949. 
Connie Lee Marshall, b 29 April 1951. 



Andrew M. Marshall record. 



MARSHALL 

(Van Alden Marshall 6 - Andrew Marion 5 - Permelia Allen 4 
VAN ALDEN MARSHALL, md Lois Janie James. 



Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



Children: 

Link Van Marshall, b 6 July 1957. 
James Paul Marshall, b 30 August 1958 . 
Zane Andrew Marshall, b 3 February 1961. 



CAESEDY 

(Mary Valeen Marshall 6 - Andrew Marion 5 - Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 
MARY VALEEN MARSHALL , md Patrick John Cassedy. 



Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



Children: 



Russel Emmett Cassedy, b 23 October 1961 at Boulder City, Nevada. 

Erin Michele Cassedy, b 30 November 1962 at Boulder City, Nevada. 

Robbin Randee Cassedy, b 12 October 1966 at Boulder City, Nevada. 

Record of Nina Cassedy Brenner, 
Andrew M. Marshall record. 



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Descendants of JAMES IRA MARSHALL and JANET OTTESON 
MARSHALL 

(Ira Milton 6 - James Ira 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
IRA MILTON MARSHALL , md 15 September 1927 Charlotte Mortensen. 

Children: 

Milton Wayman Marshall, b 15 February 1929 at Emery County, md 7 August 1948 Genevieve Nielson. 

La von J. Marshall, b 5 March 1931, d infant. 

Arvonna Marshall, b 30 August 1932, md 28 May 1949 Harold Reynolds. 

Darlene Janice Marshall, b 30 May 1935, md 4 December 1952 Wendal Yarbie. 

James Deloy Marshall, b 30 September 1939, md 2 March 1957 Kolene Grace Ohorn. 

Charolet Bemice Marshall, b 17 December 1943 at Carbon County, Utah. 

Ronald Francis Marshall, b 15 February 1949 at Carbon County, Utah. 

Carla Jean Marshall, b 30 December 1951 at Carbon County, Utah. 

Family record by Milton Marshall, 
record of Olive Y. Marshall. 



MARSHALL 

(Clea 6 - James 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 
CLEA MARSHALL, md 21 October 1935 LeonaPerkin. 



Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



Children: 



Lynden Clevon Marshall, b 11 July 1936. 
Ina Lou Marshall, b 14 July 1938. 
Alma PeVar Marshall, b November 1939. 
Byron E. Marshall, b 19 August 1941. 
Phyllis Clare Marshall, b 23 April 1943. 
Bonnie Kay Marshall, b 10 December 1944. 
Jerry Wayne Marshall, b 14 March 1946. 
Gordon Kent Marshall, b 21 June 1947. 
Nila Jean Marshall, b 25 July 1948, d infant. 
Reva Carrol Marshall, b 15 March 1950. 
Allen Reed Marshall, b 19 January 1951. 
Shanna Ilene Marshall, b 6 March 1952. 
Sheila Arlene Marshall, b 14 May 1953. 
Ireta Beth Marshall, b 11 September 1955. 



Record of Leona Marshall, Wellington, 
Utah, Church and family records. 



MARSHALL 

(Lorin J. 6 - James Ira 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 

LORIN J. MARSHALL, md Irene Mary Weston. 



Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



Children: 



LEWIS 



Loren Gene Marshall, b 7 September 1952. 
Wayne Lee Marshall, b 12 December 1953. 

(Edna Marshall 6 - James Ira 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 
EDNA MARSHALL , md James Phillip Lewis. 

Children: 

Janell Lea Lewis, b 7 February 1943 at Richmond, California. 
James Phillip Lewis, b 13 December 1948 at Price, Utah. 



Samuel 1) 



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MARSHALL 

(Perry W. Marshall 6 - James Ira 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

PER1Y W. M_ARSHAXL, md Shirley Elaine Parker. 
Children: 



JoLynn Marshall, b 11 April 1955. 



COX 



(Sherre Marshall 6 - James Ira 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
SHERRE MARSHALL, md Jack Vorice Cox. 



Children: 

James Vance Cox. b 17 May 1950 
Debra Darlene Cox, b 14 August 1953. 
Barree Hugh Cox, b 19 May 1952. 
Dana Scott Cox, b 30 March 1955. 



MCDERMOTT 

(Yutona Marshall 6 - James Ira 5 - Martha Permelia Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

YUTONA MARSHALL, md James Robert McDermott 
Children: 



Janet McDermott, b 6 June 1953. 

Toni Lynette McDermott, b 29 June 1955. 

Cheryl L. McDermott, b 3 January 1958. 



Church records, Marshall records. 




THE EIGHT SONS OF WILLIAM AND MARTHA PERJ.1ELIA ALLEN MARSHALL. Back row: Ira Marshall, 
Alison Marshall, Andrew Marion Marshall, Arley Marshall. Front row: A delbert Marshall, JohnW. Marshall, 
Lewis Marshall, Jesse Marshall. 



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BLACK 

(Nancy Haster Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

132, NANCY EASTER ALLEN , b (9) or 15 December 1861 at Savannah, Missouri, d 8 August 1931 at Glendale, 
Kane County, Utah, daughter of Uwis and Elizabeth (Alexander) Allen, md 22 February 1879 Isaac Edwin 
Black, b 20 or 30 December 1858 or 9 at Nephi, Utah, d 25 October 1931 at Glendale, Utah, son of 
William Morley and Margaret Ruth (Banks) Black. Lewis named her Nancy Easter but she did not like 
the name so wished to be called Esther. Her father told her he named her after his own grandmother, 
Nancy Easter Allen. 

Children: 

James Edwin Black, b 11 March 1880 at Orderville, Utah, d 10 December 1935, md 18 October 1901 
Sarah Lavina Foote. 

Elizabeth Black, b 16 October 1881 at Orderville, Utah, d 4 November 1894. 

Margaret Black, b 5 December 1885 at Glendale, Utah, d 30 June 1945, md 16 September 1904 William 
Edgar Cox. 

Allen Black, b 5 December 1885, d November 1886, b at Huntington, Emery County, Utah. 

Alvin Black, b 8 October 1887, d 10 June 1955, md Sarah Elizabeth Cox, April 1907. 

Andrew Clarence Black, b 10 January 1890, md 19 July 1909 Sarah Biddlecomb. 

Elmer Black, b 22 September 1893, d 4 December 1918, md 14 July 1914 Ivy M. Brinkerhoff. 

May Black, b 16 May 1895, md 17 April 194_ Alfred Bradley Randall. 

Rial Black, b 24 December 1896, d 14 September 1952, md 19 June 1923 Kathleen bom. 

Nellie Black, b 22 August 1899, d 18 April 1943, md 20 April 1917 Walter S. Carpenter. 

Permelia Ruth Black, b 29 August 1901, md 23 February 1945 Walter S. Carpenter. 

Record of Tempy Randall, Church 
records, Huntington, Utah, Lewis 
Allen Church records. 

Descendants of NANCY EA STER ALLEN and ISAAC EDWIN BLACK 

BLACK 

(James Edwin Black 5 - Nancy Easter Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

JAMES EDWIN BLACK, b 11 March 1880, d 10 December 1935, son of Isaac Edwin and Nancy E. (Allen) 
Black, md 18 October 1901 Sarah Lavina Foote, b 25 August 1881 at Glendale, Utah, daughter of David 
and Sarah Rebecca (Hall) Foote. 

Children: 

James Warren Black, b 18 August 1902 at Huntington, Emery County, Utah, md 17 June 1927 Ruth 

Walker. 
Millard Wm. Black, b 14 May 1904, md 29 August 1934 Eda Johnson. 
Leonard Black, b 11 December 1905, md 25 September 1928 Verna Elizabeth Colvin. 
Edna Black, b 16 October 1907 at Ferron, Utah, md 7 March 1927 Alphonzo E. Nyberg. 
Wilma Black, b 28 June 1909. 

Lewis Edwin Black, b 1 April 1912, md 14 June 1945 Derlene Breinholt. 
Rex Clifford Black, b 4 March 1914. 

Nancy Esther Black, b 5 May 1918, md 5 May 1937 Arnold Andrew Adair. 
George Hoadley Black, b 25 November 1920, md 29 September 1944 Katherine Sotensen. 
Marvin Ralph Black, b 9 April 1923, md 12 June 1950 Mary Maxine Washburn. 

Shilling Allen Black, b 29 September 1924, md 27 May Joyce Larsen. 

p. 81 Black Genealogy, Lewis Allen. 



133 



COX 



(Margaret Black 5 - Nancy Esther Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

MARGARET BLACK , b 11 April 1884 at Glendale, Kane County, Utah, d 30 June 1948, daughter of 
Isaac E. and Nancy Esther (Allen) Black, md 16 September 1904 William Edgar Cox, b 5 September 
1884 at Huntington, Utah, son of Elias and Mary E. (Solomon) Cox. 

Children: 

Ivey Cox, b 3 July 1905 at Huntington, Utah, md 9 September 1924 Horace Wm. Maxwell. 

Mervin Edgar Cox, b 12 January 1907, md 2 January 1927 Esther Evelyn Patterson. 

Ella Margaret Cox, b 30 May 1908, md 25 June 1929 Howard Spencer. 

Vivian Elsie Cox, b 2 April 1910. 

Isaac Elmer Cox, b 4 January 1912, d 9 June 1958. 

Fontella Cox, b 30 September 1913. 

Elias Marion Cox, b 5 December 1914, md 9 June 1949Valarii Chamberlain. 

Velva Cox, b 5 November 1916, md 3 May 1944 Donald Robert Simpson. 

Neldon W. Cox, b 24 August 1918, md 16 May 1941 Eva Jorgensen. 

Cleone Cox, b 28 May 1920, d infant. 

Lela Cox, b 11 November 1921, md 14 June 1946 Harold Wesley Porter. 

Dean Cox, b 11 March 1923, d infant. 

Pearl Cox, b 14 March 1924, md 25 June 1953 Floyd A. Johnson. 

Kenneth LaVar Cox, b 10 July 1929, md Beth LaRue Edwards. 

Black Genealogy, p 84-5. 

BLACK 

(Alvin Black 5 - Nancy Easter Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

ALVIN BLACK , b 3 October 1887 at Huntington, Utah, d 10 June 1955, son of Isaac Edwin and Nancy 

Esther (Allen) Black, md 25 April 1907 Sarah Elizabeth Cox, b Huntington, Emery County, Utah, 

daughter of Elias and Mary E. (Sherm.an) Cox. 

Children: 

Claude Elias Black, b 8 May 1908, md April 1932 Nina Stevens. He was b at Huntington, Utah. 

Vernon Alvin Black, b 9 March 1911, md 26 July 1933 Anna Robinson. 

Marelda Esther Black, b 30 April 1914. 

Clell Merrial Black, b 11 February 1918, md Alcestia Mabel Bunn. 

Leora Grace Black, b 5 September 1922 at Kanab, Utah, md 14 September 1945 John Alden Bammes. 

Wanda Black, b 20 May 1924. 

Page 88 Black Genealogy. 

BLACK 

(Andrew C. Black 5 - Nancy E. Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ANDREW CLARENCE BLACK , b 10 June 1890 at Huntington, Utah, son of Isaac E. and Nancy E. (Allen) 
Black, md 19 July 1909 Sarah Biddlecome, b 21 April 1892 at Castle Dale, Utah, daughter of George 
M. and Mary E. (Davis) Biddlecome, 

Children: 

Nellie Rebecca Black, b 15 May 1910, md 24 February 1928 Oserel B. Covington. 
Mamie Black, b 17 October 1911 at Castle Dale, Utah, md Ward Clinton Sevy. 
George Edwin Black, b 26 June 1913, md 24 June 1954 Emeline Lemmon. 
Allen Clarence Black, b 28 July 1915, md 13 December 1942 Geneive Hardy 
Lew Ence Black, b 2 April 1921, md 7 February 1948 Pamela Price. 

page 89 Black Genenealogy. 



134 



BLACK 

(Elmer Black 5 - Nancy Esther Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ELMER BLACK , b 23 September 1893 at Huntington, Utah, d 4 December 1918, son of Isaac Edwin and 

Nancy Esther (Allen) Black, md 17 July 1914 Ivy Mae Brinkerhoff, daughter of Jess and Rosell (Riley) 

Brinkerhoff. 



Children: (bom at Huntington, Utah) 

Elmer Reed Black, b 7 July 1915, md 5 August 1934 Gertrude 
Melvin Ford Black, b October 1917. 



Black Genealogy, p. 91. 



BLACK 

(Rial Black 5 - Nancy Esther Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

RIAL BLACK, b 24 December 1897 at Glendale, Utah, d 14 September 1952 while managing a 
threshing machine crew, son of Isaac Edwin and Nancy Esther (Allen) Black, md 19 June 1923 Kathleen 
Isom, b 9 June 1901 at Mountain Dale, Washington County, Utah, daughter of Thomas and Anne 
(Hunter) Isom. 

Children: (born at Hurricane, Utah) 

Rial Allen Black, b 14 September 1925, md 23 October 1944 Mary Abigail Parkinson. 

Carlos Isom Black, b 31 October 1926, md 22 July 1945 Maxine Sullivan. 

Ramona Black, b 1 July 1929, md 6 November 1947 Val Gibson. 

May URae Black, b 3 April 1933. 

Annie Laurie Black, b 29 June 1934, md 7 August 1953 Paul C. Bennett. 

Richard Elmer Black, b 5 February 1939. 

From Black Genealogy. 

NOTE : At the time of compiling the Black Genealogy there were more than sixty great grandchildren 
of Nancy and Isaac E. Black. 



CARPENTER 

(Nellie Black 5 - Nancy Esther Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

NELLIE BLACK , b 22 August 1899 at Glendale, daughter of Isaac E. and Nancy Esther (Allen) Black, 

md 20 April 1917 Walter S. Carpenter, b 29 October 1894, son of John S. and Margaret (McAllough) 

Carpenter. 



Children: (bom at Glendale, Kane County, Utah) 

Floyd Walter Carpenter, b 13 May 1918. 
Kathleene Carpenter, b 18 January 1923. 



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A SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF MY MOTHER, MARY ELLEN (ALLEN) ALLEN 

by Beulah Allen Graham 

My grandfather, the father of my mother Mary Ellen Allen, was Lewis Allen. He came across the plains 
from Missouri in 1862 with his brother James. Lewis and his wife Elizabeth had twelve children by this time. 
I do not know where my grandparents first senled in Utah, but they went to help colonize southern Utah, and 
were living in Washington, Washington County, Utah in 1866. My mother Mary Ellen, their thirteenth child, 
was born the 11th of April 1866 here. 

It is said that this place was later abandoned for a time because of the hostilities of the Indians. Lewis 
went from there to help establish colonies in what was known as the "Muddy Mission" on the lower Virgin 
Creek, in 1866 or 7. This was a very difficult task, because of the hot dry climate and difficulty in bringing 
the water on to the land for irrigation. The Indians here too were very hostile, and stole everything they 
could from the white settlers. People lived in constant fear of Indian treachery. After a few years these 
colonies too, were abandoned. 

During the time of their stay here, Lewis lost his wife, Elizabeth. She died the 23 March 1869 and is 
buried at West Point, Nevada. Some of Lewis' children had now married and moved to other cities. My 
mother was so young at the time of her mother's death, she never remembered her. 

From Nevada, Lewis Allen went to a place known as Moccasin Springs, because there were several large 
springs there. These springs were on a hill. They developed and brought the water down, stored it in 
reservoirs for culinary use as well as for irrigation purposes. This place was near the Arizona line, about 25 
miles from Kanab, Utah. 

They raised cattle, horses, chickens, geese and pigs. They milked a large number of cows, made butter 
and cheese which they stored in large crocks in a cellar. When enough produce was accumulated, they would 
travel by wagon, in the cool of the night and take these products to Kanab for marketing. The next night 
they would return with produce , such as sugar, flour and other commodities they were in need of. 

Here too, they lived on the trail of the Navajo Indians, but grandfather always fed them when they came 
through. They looked upon him as their special friend, even when they were on the war path. They never 
molested him or his people. 

There was no school for my mother to attend, but they had several text books, a speller, reader, geography 
and arithmetic. Grandfather Lewis tutored my mother well in all these subjects. When she attended her first 
school, at the age of 12 years, she was ahead of many of the other children. 

Grandfather Lewis Allen was very resourceful and prospered here, and became well to do. 

A "United Order" had been established for those who had come from settlements in Nevada and other 
settlements, so Lewis turned everything he had into this Order, and he moved his family to a village they 
called "Orderville", Kane County, Utah, taking with him his two youngest daughters. 

This "United Order" lasted about eight years and then was abandoned and discontinued. Grandfather 
Lewis died a short time before,, passing away the 24th of January 1883 at Orderville. All of his children were 
now married, except my mother. She was left without home or means of any kind. She stayed with one 
of her married sisters for a time, then on March 21, 1883, she married my father, Charles Albert Allen, 
whom she had known in the Order. They lived in several places in Utah, near Orderville. These places 
were abandoned for lack of water, and they lost several crops by crickets and grasshoppers. 

My father, Charles Albert Allen, was very resourceful and a good worker, but the settlers had no control 
over these things. He learned the shoemaking nade while in the "United Order" and made very fine shoes 
and boots. He would work at this trade in the winter, but in the summer would raise crops and livestock to 
feed his large family. 



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About 1895, they learned of a place in northern Idaho near the Grand Tetons, on the Snake River, with 
free land and water, and plenty of fishing and hunting. In the early spring of 1896 my father, with two of 
his brothers, three cousins, and their families, left southern Utah to travel by team and wagon into Idaho. 

They had quite a lot of loose stock which the young men drove through, on horse back. It took them 
almost three months to make this trip. They arrived in Victor, Idaho about the middle of June 1896. They 
camped on the Teton River, and father got a job helping a man put up hay. Later he bought land in Victor, 
and built a two room log house. He filed on one hundred sixty acres of homestead land and built a log house 
on it. We lived there in the summer.and mother and we children in town during the hardest part of the 
winter. 

The houses my father built had good line floors in them. They were chinked on the inside between the 
logs and dabbed with clay and sand on the outside. We had long seasons with deep snow and often blizzards 
piled the snow higher than some of the buildings. We usually had snow on the ground four or five feet high, 
five or six months of the year. 

Queen Summer was very beautiful 
And of her bounties treated us grand 

But old King Winter was a Tyrant 
And ruled with an iron Hand. 

My father was a hard worker and a very successful farmer, but we were very tired of the long severe 
winters so in the spring of 1908, my father sold his ranch and moved again, by wagon and team to southern 
Idaho to a new tract of land, known as the Twin Falls Tract. He rented a piece of land and farmed one 
summer. Then the man he had sold his farm to, turned it back to him, and we moved back and stayed two 
years. 

He again sold and we moved to Salt Lake City, Utah. We bought a 12 room brick house with two acres 
of land. On this there was a good well and a windmiU to pump the water into a large tank, where it was 
piped into the house. We also had plenty of water for irrigation purposes and the thousand chickens we had 
bought with the place. This place was located one mile south of Sugar House. 

My oldest brother had married and moved back to Twin Falls, the next two brothers were grown up too. 
We were used to more land and room, so we moved back to Twin FaUs. They rented three hundred and sixty 
acres of land about seventeen miles out of Twin Falls, and this they farmed for several years. They bought 
a place about twelve miles from there and farmed it with the other acreage. They raised Alsack clover seed 
on the place they bought and sold it at a good price. They had been so successful they decided to go to 
Canada and raise wheat on a large scale. Father was no longer with us. My parents raised eleven of their 
thirteen children. 

In 1916 our boys at home went to Canada, taking my mother with them. They were very successful in 
the raising of wheat. They also bought a threshing machine outfit, which was run by steam engine. In the 
fall they threshed thousands and thousands of acres of wheat. 

In later years my brothers moved to Eureka, California with my mother. She loved the beautiful red- 
woods, but before the home they were building for her was finished she passed away. She died June 17th 
1931 at Eureka and is buried in Wyandotte Cemetary, near Oroville, Butte County, California. 

My mother was an accomplished person. She was a good cook, a fine seamstress, and clever at embroi- 
dery work. She played the organ, piano, accordian and the violin. She had a lovely soprano voice and was 
always asked to sing at special social gatherings. She taught a great many of her songs to her children. We 
always sang at our work, which made life most pleasant for everyone. 



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My father, Charles Albert Allen, was born the 16 August 1851 at Manti, San Pete County, Utah, son of 
Joseph Stewart Allen and his wife Lucy. He would play for the dances and other festivities late into the night, 
even though he was to be at work early the following day. He died the 11th of March 1924 at Kimberly, 
Idaho and lies buried there. 

Beulah Allen Graham. 




MARY ELLEN ALLEN 
ALLEN 

(Mary Ellen Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
133. MARY ELLEN ALLEN, b 11 April 1866, d 17 June 1931 at Idaho, daughter of Lewis and Elizabeth 

(Alexander) Allen, md 21 March 1883 at St. George, Utah, Charles Albert Allen, b 16 August 1851 at 

Manti, Utah, d 11 March 1924 at Kimberly, Idaho, son of Joseph Stewart and Lucy Diantha (Morley) 

Allen of the Connecticut Aliens. 

Children: 

Martha Elizabeth Allen, b 26 February 1884, d 4 April 1884. 

336. Melvin Allen, b 24 October 1885 at Huntington, Utah, d 8 June 1938, md 16 February 1910 Fern 

Lameroux. 

337. James Bird Allen, b 2 September 1888 at Huntington, Utah, md 3 June 1920 Annie Ricks. 

338. Beulah Allen, b 5 December 1890 at Garfield County, Utah, md 18 April 1915 Dallis A. Graham. 

339. Albert Andrew Allen, b 13 June 1892. 

340. Isaac Merlin Allen, b 19 January 1895, md 17 October 1915 Carry Ursen. 

341. Lewis Marion Allen, b 13 November 1897, md 5 May 1923 Annie Murrish. 

342. Howard Spencer Allen, b 21 April 1899, md 3 July 1925 Dollie M. Jensen. 

343. Orson Lorenzo Allen, b 21 September 1901, md 5 August 1938 Vida Clement. 

344. Cordelia Allen, b 29 November 1903, md 7 April 1923 Sidney R. Murrish. 

345. Leland Allen, b 20 November 1905, no record. 

346. Byron Carlos Allen, b 4 December 1906, d June 1956, md 29 September 1934 Maxine Schmidt. 

347. Raymond Leon Allen, b 22 June 1912. md 2 July 1933 Ruth Jensen. 

Record of Harriet Allen, Beulah Graham. 



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ALLEN 

(James E. 4 - John 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
134. JAMES E. ALLEN, b 1346 in Kentucky, son of John and 2nd wife Susan (Cowhorn) Allen, md Frances 

Notsinger (date unknown). Theii children were born in Cherry Creek, Arizona. 

Children: 

Robert Allen, b 3 September 1877. 

Nattie Allen, b 1876, md Floyd Burmaister. 

Margaret Allen (twin), b 1879, md Floyd Burmaister, widower of Nattie. 

Ida Allen (twin), b 1879, md Robert Burmaister. 

Bessie Allen, b 1882, md Simpson. 

Record sent by Mrs. Maud (Echols) 
Allen, given her by descendants at 
Cherry Creek. 
POWELL 

(Julia Allen 4 - John 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
134a. JULIA ALLEN , b 1847 in Kentucky, daughter of John and 2nd wife Susan (Cowhorn) Allen, d 1914 in 
Arizona, md William Powell while in Fredonia, Kansas. 

Children: 

Etta Powell, b 16 July 1871, md 1891 in Arizona Merritt Fisher. 

Delia Powell, b 12 December 1873, d 8 December 1959 in Arizona, md 1893 Thomas Fryer. 

M. Vinnie Powell, b 1875, md September 1903 in Arizona Lena Randolph. 

Dempsey Powell, b 30 November 1878 near Prescott, Arizona, d 1957, md 1899 Mary Milligan. 

Leona Powell, b 10 August 1880 at Flagstaff, Arizona, md Phillip Schumonberg. 

Emma P. Powell, b 1 July 1884 at Cherry, Yavapia County, Arizona, md John S. Bayer. 

Myrtle Powell, md George West. 

Record of Emma Powell Boyer given 
to Maud (Echols) Allen. 

FISHER 

(Etta Powell 5 - Julia Allen 4 - John 3 - Rial 2 ~ Samuel 1) 
134b. ETTA POWELL , b 16 July 1871 at Fredonia, Kansas, daughter of William and Julia (Allen) Powell, md 

1891 in Arizona Merrit Fisher. 

Children: 

John Fisher 

Edward Fisher 

Boyer Fisher 

Myrtle Fisher, md George Veit. 

William Fisher, b 1903, d 1923, md Daphnie Henencraft. 

Marie Fisher, b 1901, md John Savage. 

Powell - Boyer record to M. E. Allen 

ALLEN 

(William R. 4 - John 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
134c. WILLIAM R. ALLEN, b 1848, d 29 October 1937, son of John and Susan Cowhorn, md Kate Sessions. 



Dora Allen, d age 17. 
Edna Allen, md Edward Hendricks. 
Maud Allen, md Claude Staples. 
Fred Allen, md Mary Winchell. 



140 

Anna Allen, md 1st Clark Isle, 2nd Lewis Wanebaker. 

Ethel Allen, md Oliver Reves. 

Rose Allen, md Fred Beck. 

Jennie Allen, md Abe Rhodes. 

George Allen, md Dorothy McClendon. 

Nina Allen, md Vaudrey Dickersen. 

Ray Allen. 

Harry Allen, died young. 

MARSHALL 

(Martha Allen 4 - John 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
134cj_ MARTHA ALLEN, b 1852, daughter of John and 2nd wife Susan (Cowhorn) Allen, md John Marshall in 

Arizona. 

Children: 

Josephine Marshall, b 11 June 1885, md September 1904 Hays Widner. 

Charles Marshall, b June 1888 at Flagstaff, Arizona. 

Record gathered by Mrs. Bailey (Maud 
Echols) Allen. 

ALLEN 

(John Gibson Allen 4 - John 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
135. JOHN GIBSON ALLEN, b 1 October 1853 at Paris, Henry County, Tennessee, d 29 October 1937 at Camp 

Verde, Arizona, son of John and Susan (Cowhorn) Allen, md 1 May 1878 at Prescott, Arizona Julia 

Sessions, b 13 June 1863 at Waynesville, Illinois, d 1 June 1950 at Mayer, Yavapia County, Arizona, 

daughter of George W, and Nan Sessions. 

Children: (all born at Cherry, Arizona) 

Susie Allen, b 31 August 1880, d 21 June 1956, md 3 September 1897 Chas. Battyee. 

Mary Allen, b 13 January 1893, d June 1956, md 24 September 1906 Robert McKray. 

Stanley Allen, b 1886, d infant. 

Alice Allen, b 18 June 1890, d 8 August 1958, md Charles Wilson. 

Hugh Gibson Allen, b 1 December 1888, d 15 June 1958, md 16 February 1924 Agnes M. Hance. 

Richard T. Allen, b 27 April 1893, d 8 February 1958, md 31 August 1932 S. Winchell, md 2nd Mrs. 

Irene Edwards, 3rd Ann Brown. 
Merle Allen, b 31 August 1896, md 31 May 1915 Giles Goswick. 
Tressa Allen, b 1899, d infant. 
Theadore Lee Allen, b 11 November 1904, md 30 May 1925 Helen Brown. 

From the record gathered by Mrs. 

Bailey (Maud Echols) Allen. 

WILSON 

(Alice Allen 5 - John Gibson 4 - John 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
135a. ALICE ALLEN , b 18 June 1890 at Cherry Creek, Arizona, daughter of John Gibson and Julia (Sessions) 

Allen, md 8 August 1908 Charles Wilson, b 12 June . 

Children: (born at Cherry, Yavapai County, Arizona) 

John Calvin Wilson, b 24 June 1909, md Orpha Teagard. 

George Wilson, b 14 October 1910. 

Delia WQson, b 30 December 1913, md Otto Boler. 

Thelma Wilson, b 20 October 1919. md Kenneth King. 

Susan Wilson, md Charles Battye. 

George Wilson, md Effie Miller. 

Gordon Wilson. Record of Emma Powell, Cherry, Ariz. 



141 

ALLEN 

(Hugh Gibson 5 - John G. 4 - John 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
135b. HUGH GIBSON ALLEN, b 1888 at Cherry, Arizona, d 15 June 1958, son of John Gibson and Julia (Sessions) 

Allen, md 16 February 1924 Agness May Hance, b 30 March 1906 at Noble, Cleveland, Oklahoma, 

daughter of John Harvy and Nannie P. (Slater) Hance, 

Children: 

Mary Preolla Allen, b 7 March 1925 at Cherry, Arizona, md 6 April 1943 Paul L. Johnes. 
Hugh Richard Allen, b 10 February 1927, md 14 June 1950 Barbara A. Stephens. 
Dora Lee Allen, b 16 August 1930 at Cherry, Arizona, md 11 July 1952 Willard S. Hunter. 
Robert Allen, b 29 May 1934 at Cherry, Arizona, md 16 February 1952 Mary Lou Barborino. 

ALLEN 

(Robert 6 - Hugh G. 5 - John G. 4 - John 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
135c. ROBERT ALLEN, b 29 May 1934 at Cherry, Arizona, son of Hugh Gibson and Agness May (Hance) Allen, 

md 16 February 1952 Mary Lou Barborino. 

Children: 

Linda Lou Allen, b 29 December 1952 at Phoenix, Arizona, 
Robert Lee Allen, b IS January 1955 at Phoenix, Arizona. 
Scott Edward Allen, b 31 January 1959 at Prescott, Arizona,, 
Hugh William Allen, b 3 May 1960 at Prescott, Arizona. 

Record of Mrs, Bailey Allen. 

WILLIAMS 

(Pernecy Frances Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 ~ Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
136. PERNECY FRANCES ALLEN , b 27 January 1842 at Waitsboro,. Calloway County. Kentucky, d 23 November 

1895 at Salt Lake City, Utah, daughter of Andrew Jackson and Delilah Bennit Andrews Allen, md 

25 May 1857 Thomas Williams (Thomas Valentine Williams), b 13 February 1831 at Shrewsbury, 

Shropshire, England, d 18 January 1908, son of William and Mary Williams. 

Children: 

Mary Delilah Williams, b 25 March 1858 at Draperville, Utah, md Jos. Goddard. 

Eliza Frances Williams, b 16 November 1859 at Draperville, Utah, md 1st Joseph Salisbury, md 2nd 

Rufus Harry Ensign. 
Thomas Allen Williams, b 22 January 1861 at Draper, Utah, d 2 January 1939, md 22 November 1883 

Susan Sophia Winder. 
Pernecy Jane Williams, b 6 February 1S63, d 23 July 1865. 

William Andrew Williams, b 14 November 1866 at Fillmore, Utah, d 18 March 1868. 
Emma Matilda Williams, b 25 March 1869 at Salt Lake City, Utah, d 9 May 1934 at Logan, Utah, 

md 3 December 1890 Alfred H. Palmer. 
Pauline Elizabeth Williams, b 3 April 1872 at Salt Lake City, Utah, md Frank Adey Palmer. 
John Henry Williams, b 23 May 1873, d 23 September 1931, md 27 January 1909 Louise Perkins. 

Edward Heber Williams, b 24 September 1875, d May 1930, md Dora . 

Edith Lovina Williams, b 7 March 1878, md 29 January 1959 John H. Flynn. 
Ethel Amelia Williams, b 7 April 1881, md Perlian W. Woods. 

Record of Andrew Jackson Allen, 
record of Jean Richardson Sorrensen, 
Church records. Temple records. 



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GODDARD 

(Mary Delilah Williams 5 - Pernecy Frances Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
MARY DELILAH WILLIAMS , b 25 March 1858, md Joseph Goddard, d 1929. 

Children: 

Maymie Goddard, b 1876, d 1944, md Peter Crimley (no record available, ) 
Joseph W. Goddard, b 15 February 1879, d 11 October 1918. 

ENSIGN - BURNS 

(Eliza Frances 5 - Pernecy Frances Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ELIZA FRANCES WILLIAMS , b 16 November 1839 at Draperville, Utah, d 193_, daughter of Thomas 
Valentine and Pernecy Frances (Allen) Williams, md 1st Joseph Salisbury, md 2nd Rufus Hany Ensign 
1 January 1885. 

Children: 

Pernecy Ensign (Salisbury alias), b 29 August 1881, d 12 August 1954, md Robert B. Burns. 
Children; 
Robert Ensign Burns. 

Logan record of Val Palmer, Logan, 
Utah. 



FLYNN 

(Edith Williams 5 - Pernecy Frances 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
EDITH WILLIAMS , md 2 7 January 1959 John Henry Flynn. 

Children: 

John William Flynn, b 20 February 1910 at San Francisco, md Pernecy Ensign as her second husband. 

Williams - Palmer records. 



PALMER 

(Emma M. Williams 5 - Pernecy Frances Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
EMMA MATILDA WILLL^MS. b 25 March 1869 at Salt Lake City, Utah, d 9 May 1934 at Logan, Utah 
daughter of Thomas Valentine and Pernecy Frances (Allen) Williams, md 3 December 1890 Alfred H. 
Palmer, b 5 January 1866 at Logan, Utah, d 26 October 1946 at Logan, son of William and Emma Jane 
(Bignall) Palmer, 

Children: (born at Logan, Utah) 

Erroll Woodmansy Palmer, b 23 November 1891 at Logan, Utah, d 29 June 1935, md 3 June 1912 

Venita Daniels. 
Alfred Allen Palmer, b 24 July 1893, d 13 June 1930, md 3 June 1915 Minnie Gladys DeWitt. 
Valentine William Palmer, b 19 November 1895, d 13 December 1965, md 7 June 1920 Alta Richards. 

Record of Mrs. Val W. Palmer, Logan, 

Utah. 



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PALMER 

(Pauline Elizabeth Williams 5 - Pernecy Frances 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
PAULINE ELIZABETH WILLIAMS , b 3 April 1872 at Salt Lake City, Utah, d 25 July 1949 at Logan, 
Utah, daughter of Pernecy Frances Allen and Thomas Valentine Williams, md 1891 Frank Adey Palmer, 
b 14 February 1868 at Logan, Utah, d 6 December 1943, son of WiUiam Palmer. 

Children; 

Franklin Clyde Palmer, b 20 October 1892 at Salt Lake City, md Kary or Kitty Muir. 

Pernecy Marie Palmer, b 4 November 1895, d 21 January 1957, md Jack J. Neuberger. 

Valentine William Palmer, d 13 December 1965. 

Clarence William Palmer, b 25 January 1906, d young (Palmer family records). 

John Begnall Palmer, b 21 February 1890, md but divorced. 

Cemetary records, Val Palmer records. 
Rex Cook research. 

WILLIAMS 

(Thomas A. 5 - Pernecy Frances Allen 4 - Andrevi^ Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

THOMAS ALLEN WILLIAMS , b 22 June 1861 at Draper, Utah, d 2 January 1939 at Salt Lake City, Utah, 
son of Thomas Valentine and Pernecy Frances (Allen) Williams, md 22 November 1883 Susan Sophia 
Winder, b 10 November 1861 at Salt Lake City, d 15 September 1951, daughter of John Rex and Ellen 
(Walters) Winder. 

Children-: (all born at Salt Lake City, Utah) 

Clair Williams, b 30 October 1884, d 29 September 1952, md John Kay Hardy 24 September 1908. 

Thomas Allen Williams, b 1 February 1887, d infant. 

Jean Williams, b 5 October 1889, md 10 June 1914 Henry George Richardson. 

Gilbert Winder Williams, b 20 January 1892, md 22 December 1914 Florence Campbell. 

Frank Winder Williams, b 5 March 1894, md 10 March 1922 Theresa Maria McCleUand. 

Rex Winder Williams, b 8 January 1896, md 29 May 1918 Helen Young Spencer. 

Edna Williams, b 24 August 1898, md Edwin Spencer Felt. 

Allen Winder Williams, b 15 May 1905, md 17 September 1938 Grace Allen Christiansen. 

Ward film '6502 Library, record 
Mrs. Jean W. Richardson. 

HARDY 
i. (Clair Williams 6 - Thos. A. 5 - Pernecy F. Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

. CLAIR WILLIAMS , b 30 October 1884, daughter of Thos. A. and Susan S. (Winder) Williams, d 29 

September 1952, md 24 September 1908 John Kay Hardy. He d 6 February 1930. 

Children: 

John Moburn Hardy, b 16 January 1910, d 30 October 1953, md 10 January 1934 Muriel Alma Hanson. 

Thomas Allen Hardy, b 25 January 1911, d 5 November 1915. 

Miriam Hardy, b 22 July 1913, md 25 November 1939 Samuel Spencer Stewart. 

Ralph Williams Hardy, b 6 May 1916, d 5 August 1957, md 10 March 1939 Maren Eccles. 

John K. Hardy Jr. , b 19 October 1918, md 23 April 1941 Dorothe Jayne Mullin. 

Allen Williams Hardy, b 30 June 1922, md 10 June 1943 Ina Caroliyn Cobia. 

Ralph W. Hardy record, Williams 

record. 



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RICHARDSON 

(Jean Wiiliams 6 - Thomas A. 5 - Pernecy F. Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Sanraiel 1) 

JEAN WILLIAMS, b 5 October 1889, daughter of Thomas A. and Susan S. (Winder) Williams, md 10 

June 1914 Henry George Richardson. 

Children: 

Susan Jane Richardson, b 26 August 1916, md 26 August 1939 Robert Smedley Rothwell. 

Martha Richardson, b 26 July 1919, md 8 July 1945 Win Charlton Salthouse. 

Jean Richardson, b 1 January 1921, md 9 May 1944 Edward Douglas Sorensen. 

Henry George Richardson, b 10 November 1922, md 10 September 1946 Phyllis Packard. 

Dorothy Richardson, b 10 July 1947, md 6 May 1919 Charles B. Kmidsen. 

Dow Williams Richardson, b 10 February 1931, md 12 June 1954 Susan LerwiU. 

Record of Jean R. Sorensen, Church 
records, Williams records. 

WILLIAMS 

(Gilbert Winder 6 - Thomas A. 5 - Pernecy F. Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
GILBERT WINDER WILLIAMS , b 20 January 1892, son of Thomas A. and Susan S. (Winder) Williams, 
md 22 December 1914 Floience Campbell. 

Children: 

Adele Williams, b 19 September 1915, md 23 January 1944 Wood Roberts Worsley. 
Richard Campbell Williams, b 19 October 1917, m.d 29 December 1939 Marian Judd. 
Douglas Campbell Williams, b 13 January 1923, md 30 August 1946 Sally Boise. 
Clayton Ray Williams, b 3 December 1926, md 20 September 1950 Maralyn Covey. 

Jean R. Sorensen record. 

WILLIAMS 

(Rex Winder 6 - Thom.as A. 5 - Pernecy F. Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

REX WINDER WILLIAMS , b 8 January 1896, son of Thoma: A. and Susan S. (Winder) Williams, md 

29 May 1918, Helen Young Spencer. 

Children: 

Robert Spencer Williams, b 26 August 1920, md 21 August 1940 Ethel Maxine Anderson. 
John Daniel Williams, b 13 January 1926, md 5 July 1946 Barbara Helen Wright. 
Rex Winder William.s Jr. , b 26 January 1928, md 10 August 1950 Rosemary Brandley. 

Rex W. Williams record, Jean R. 

Sorensen record. 



FELT 



(Edna Williams 6 - Thomas A. 5 - Pernecy Frances Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
EDNA WILLIAMS , b 24 August 1898 daughter of Thomas A. and Susan S. (Winder) Williams, md 23 
June 1920 Edwin Spencer Felt, 

Children: 

Edwin Spencer Felt Jr. , b 7 May 1923, md 21 November 1947 Martha Stewan. 
Edna Ann Felt, b 2 April 1925, md 11 July 1944 Scott Creer Sharp. 
Susan Williams Felt, b 19 August 1926, m.d 23 June 1948 Richard Alma Dowell. 
Thomas Williams Felt, b 23 October 1928, md 20 October 1954 Elaine Paxman. 

Winder - Spencer record, Jean R. 

Sorensen record. 



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WILLIAMS 

(Allen Winder 6 - Thomas A. 5 - Pernecy F. Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ALLEN WINDER VJilllAMS , b 15 May 1905, son of Thomas A. and Susan S. (Winder) Williams, md 

17 September 1938 Grace Allen Christeansen. 

Children: 

Susan Winder Williams, b 6 June 1940. 

Carol Ann Williams, b 1 October 1941. 

Allen Winder Williams, J:„ , b 8 September 1944 (twin). 

Grace Alice Williams, b 8 September 1944 (twin). 

Winder - Williams records, Jean R. 

Sorensen record. 



WILLIAM COLEMAN ALLEN 

WILLIAM COLEMAN ALLEN was born the 14th of February 1843 at Waitsboro, Calloway County, 
Kentucky and was the second child of Andrew Jackson and Delilah (Bennit) Andrews Allen. With his parents 
and four sisters, Pernecy, Margaret, Mary Jane, and Elizabeth, they left for Utah in the A. O. Smoot 
Company. There were one hundred wagons in this fourth company of pioneers and they arrived in Salt Lake 
City the 25th of September 1847. 

William was four years of age and seven months into his fifth year upon their arrival. At that age he 
remembered very little of their journey west, but he could remember they lived in log houses, and that in 
stormy weather and in the winter it leaked very badly. In the spring of 1848 food was so scarce that they 
had to live mostly on wild onions, sego lilies and wild roots of thistles. During the summer they raised 
what crops they could, and when the wheat began to ripen and was in the boot, his father took him 
with the ox team to the field. There they would slip off the ripened heads of wheat which they put in a 
barrel to thresh. The wheat was ground into flour in a coffee mill, and the bread was made and although 
it was a dark brown, he was so hungry he thought it the best bread he had ever eaten. He never could for- 
get this trip to gather the wheat for on the way he fell asleep, rolled off the wagon, and the wheel ran over 
him. This same year he almost lost his life by being hurt when run over by a team and buggy. 

In 1849, after working so hard to raise their crops, the plague of the crickets came. As young as he 
was, he could always remember going to the fields with his father where the men would try and kill the 
crickets. Their anxiety was great and they feared they would starve unless their crops could be saved. He 
remembered the great band of seagulls coming and devouring the pests. This great miracle saved the 
pioneers from want and disaster. In the summer they lived in a willow shanty and moved into a log cabin 
in Mill Creek in the fall. He would go with his parents upon the hill side to gather wild thistles and sego 
lilies for their meals, as there was so very little bread. 

Once while camping at the mouth of Mill Creek Canyon with his father, near the ranch, they came 
upon some ranchers boiling a wolf for the grease. They asked the ranchers if they might have some of 
the meat. They devoured the meat and grease^they were so hungry Although so young, he assisted his 
father on their farm, and rode the horses around on the threshing floor to tramp out the wheat from the chaff. 
His father traded a pair of steer for a pair of horees from some em.igrants going to California to the gold 
mines, giving the travelers 100 pounds of flour to boot. At that time flour was one hundred dollars, or one 
dollar a pound. 

In the fall of 1851 his parents moved to WiUow Creek, later called Draper after its first settler. Here 
he helped on the farm and looked after the stock. He went to school only a short time in the winter months 
when it was too cold to work. He always went barefooted through the spring, summer and fall, as they 
could not afford shoes. 



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In the fall of 1857 Johnston's Army decided to make a raid upon the Mormon Settlement and "just kill 
them all off. " His father was called to go to the head of Echo Canyon to help keep them back and while 
his father was away, this lad of fourteen years was left with the full responsibility of the home. He hauled 
wood from the canyon for fires, cared for the stock and helped his mother care for her six children (Elizabeth, 
the little pioneer girl of 1847, having passed away in September 1855.) They lived under very trying cir- 
cumstances. They were so destitute at this tim.e that they could not keep warm. Many of the women cut 
up their sheets and blankecs to make shirts and coats for their husbands and sons who went out to assist in keep- 
ing back J ohnston' s Army. 

On the 30th of April, 1862, he was called upon to enlist as a government soldier to help guard the mail 
stations. For a time he carried the mail by way of the pony express. He took a trip to Devil's Gate with Lot 
Smith, and while he was there, he helped haul timber down to the Sweet Water River, about twelve miles. 
With this lumber, they made a large raft and with this raft, helped to ferry the Saints' wagons across the 
river. These wagons were on their way to Laram.ie to assist the Mormon emigrants coming to Utah. They 
were twenty -six days on this trip, during which time they went in pursuit of some Indians who had stolen some 
of their horses. They followed them north, over very rough country and miountains, to the head of the Snake 
River. Here they ran out of supplies and were unable to overtake them. They had a very hard time getting 
back, and were so hungry that they considered killing one of their mules for food. While they were crossing 
the Snake River, one of the men of their company by the name of McDonald was drowned while fording the 
river on his horse. Both went down the rapid stream and were never seen again. 

William arrived home the 14th of August 1862, found his father and family well and was happy to be 
home again. On the 10th of October 1865, he was called upon to go with a four horse team back to 
Independence Rock on the Sweet Water River to meet Thomas Taylor's train of emigrants and help haul some 
of the people and supplies, as they were overloaded with goods. The weather was very cold, which made it 
hard on the Saints. The morning they left for Salt Lake, there was a severe snow storm. One man died on 
this journey and was buried on the way. They arrived in Salt Lake November 20th, worn out and weary. The 
passengers were taken to the Emigration Square, where they were met by their families and friends who took 
them to their homes^and William Allen arrived at his home 21 of November. 

June 13 1866 William was called with others to assist and escort General Daniel H. Wells down to 
Sanpete County on account of the trouble with the Indians in the Black Hawk Indian War. Upon arriving at 
their destination, they went to the outer settlements, to move the people into the larger settlements for 
safety. Upon completion of this task they went in pursuit of some Indians who had stolen a number of cattle 
from them. They traveled a great distance through Castle Valley, suffering very much from hunger during 
the trip. They were unable to overtake the Indians, soietumed to Manti. When they arrived at Thistle 
Valley, about the 10th of July, they found that one of their comrades who had been left as a guard had been 
killed by the Indians while out in the cedars gathering gum. Shortly after this a number of the men were 
released to return to their homes, among them William. Allen. He arrived home 20 July 1866 with plenty 
of haid work ahead, as the harvest fields had very heavy crops that season. 

On the 12th of January 1867 he and hib sweetheart, Lovina Jane Smith,were married by Wilford Woodruff. 
She was the daughter of Absalom W. and Amy E. (Downs) Smith. They started out in life with sixteen acres 
of land with a log house on it. They had a team and wagon, two cows, and household furniture consisting of 
one bedstead, six chairs, a cupboard and dishes, a Charter Oak stove which cost one hundred dollars, a feather 
bed and quilts. This was about as complete an outfit as most couples had to start life with in those days. 

They lived together very happily and were very industrious. At this time there were no railroads, and 
William did considerable freighting which helped them very much financially. While he was away at work 
his wife was very busy at home, milking cows, and doing outside chores as well as her own work indoors. 
Often she would sit up late at night awaiting her husband, always keeping a good warm supper in readiness 
for his late anival home. They worked this way until the winter of 1876 when Bishop Isaac Stewart had been 
called upon by Pres. Brigham Young to have William. C. Allen and family go with others to Arizona to help 
start a new settlement on the Little Colorado. 



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After Bro. Stewart had made this call, the elders were brought together at a council meeting with Pres. 
Brigham Young and Bro. James S. Brown, the object being for Bro. Brown to instruct the men about their 
trip as he was well acquainted with the country through which they had to travel as he had been an Indian 
Missionary in those parts and could give them much valuable information. At this meeting the elders were 
divided into four companies. William C. Allen was chosen as President of one of these companies to per- 
form a mission and to organize and live in "The United Order. " Many of our present generation will, no doubt, 
have but a very faint idea of what the "United Order" was, and few words of explanation may not be out of 
place here. 

It is taken from "The Order of Enoch" from the Bible. Under Pres. Brigham Young's direction, the 
Saints were to live in these new settlements as one great family, sharing in their needs and working together 
for each other's interest. In order to do this to the best advantage of all, they chose the "Stewardship Plan", 
working together for the best interest of all concerned. In no other way could this pilgrimage have been made 
a success. They turned everything they had into the company and received credit for what they put in, and 
debits for all they would draw out. One or two of them, by themselves, would soon have become discouraged 
and given up, but "in unity there is strength" and each of these men combined his strength with that of his 
neighbor, and it made possible the success of this great undertaking. Together they did every task put before 
them, always with one object in view, to help each other and be united. 

The settlers had been advised by Pres. Brigham Young to secure all the government land they could as 
soon as was practical, and after laboring most successfully for over ten years in the United Order, they began 
to branch out and take up land both up and down the river. On account of this development, it was deemed 
advisable to retract from this plan of organization, as the settlers were by this time on a firm footing and 
able to do for themselves. The United Order had done all that had been expected of it and so it was discon- 
tinued. 

With this explanation, it is well to retum to the beginning of Bro. Allen's trip. He left for Arizona the 
6th of February 1876, arriving at his destination on the Little Colorado on March 24th after six weeks of very 
hard travel, covering a distance of six hundred miles by team. 

Although William Allen's family had been called on this mission with him, it hadbeen advised by Pres. 
Brigham Young to leave them behind for a while until the elders could demonstrate the mission would be a 
success and that the families could be provided for without too great a hardship with so many difficult prob- 
lems, for Pres. Young realized how great an undertaking it was. 

They located on the Little Colorado, and labored all that summer putting in a dam to get the water out 
for irrigation purposes, which was very difficult, but they succeeded in putting in a crop. 

In June 1876, Brother Daniel H. Wells, in company with a Bro. Roundy, made a trip to Arizona to 
inspect the missions. On their way down, while crossing the Lee's Ferry on the Big Colorado, Brother Roundy 
was drowned, which caused a cloud of deep sorrow over the little settlement when they leamed the news upon 
the arrival of Daniel Wells. 

The Navajo Indian reservation was not too far away from "Allen's Camp" which later was known as "St. 
Joseph, " and Pres. Allen got along very well with the Navajo tribe and gained their confidence and respect. 
One day some Navajos went to St. Joseph and one of the Indians made it known that they were in need of 
flour, but no wampum. He wished to take the flour away and pay for it later. The secretary went to Pres. 
Allen and asked what he was to do. William Allen gave orders for him to have the flour and he would trust 
him. The secretary said, "You will never see him again. " After two months had elapsed, here came the 
Indian with money to pay for the 50 pounds of flour given him. William Allen embraced the Indian in delight 
in token of his honesty, and the Navajo went away happy and glad. William found the Navajos to be the 
finest tribe among all the Indians he dealt with. They were honorable, honest and upright in every way. 



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OLO MORMON FORT JOSEPH ClTi AfflZ. 

mmrmirm 



THE SETTLEMENT AT "ALLEN'S CAMP", LATER KNOWN AS "ST, JOSEPH", ARIZONA 
This picture was made from a description of the old fort as it was laid out in 1876, form- 
ing a partial fort. 



In August of the same year, Pres. Brigham Young sent an order to the mission for them to find, if possible 
a new route to travel back to Utah where there would be more chance of getting water and where the road 
would be more acceptable. So WiUiam Allen, in company with Peter Hansen, John Hiatt, Moroni Shipley 
and William Walker, left about August 10th for the north, traveling with pack animals, going through the 
mountains, passing Holbrook and going on to the north-east, arriving at the Indian Agency at Ft. Defiance. 

While at Holbrook they met a Mexican acquaintance by the name of Brardo Friday, and seeing the outfit 
he asked them where they were going. They answered, "To find a new and better route to Utah. " He shook 
his head and advised them not to go farther on account of hostile Indians. Two men had already lost their 
lives, and he advised them that a trip like that was as much as a man's life was worth. Allen told the Mexican 
that they had been called upon to take this trip and felt the Lord would bless them and take care of them in 
this undertaking. The Mexican shrugged his shoulders and said, "Yes, the Lord would take care of those who 
also took care of themselves. " 



After traveling for two days, they came upon a band of Navajo Indians, camping and farming, who were 
acquainted with the elders, and ran in great delight to greet them. They hired a guide from among these 
Indians who went with the men over the San Juan River, traveling one hundred and fifty miles, showing them 
a good road. This Navajo probably would have gone farther, but he feared the hostile tribes who were ene- 
mies of the Navajos and feared he would be killed if he attempted to cross their boundaries. After paying him 
for his services they parted company and traveled two mcxe days. At this time they came upon a band of Ute 
Indians camping near the foot of the Elk Mountains. 



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William Allen, going in the lead upon a single trail, came across an Indian who came rapidly from his 
wickiup with quite a hostile attitude and sized up the rider, starting from the hoofs of the horse and slowly 
raising his eyes until they met those of William. Allen held out his hand and said "How do de. " The Indian 
paused a moment, and then said, "How do. " Bro. Hiatt was able to speak and to understand the Shoshone 
language and discovered among the Ute band of Indians a Shoshone squaw. Through her they ascertained the 
distance and time it would take to make the trip, which she said would be eight days. This being longer 
than they had anticipated, they realized they would have to immediately ration themselves as they did not 
have much food and very little flour. 

They passed around a bend of the river and camped for breakfast. After their meal they went down the 
river fishing. While there, an elder came up and said a couple of Indian bucks had come to theii camp and 
acted quite impudent, and he advised William Allen that they had better go back and teach these Indians a 
lesson. Being on Indian soil and wishing to remain on friendly terms, William advised them to prepare to 
move immediately. They packed up their horses and when ready to leave, they shook hands with the Indians 
and bid them good-bye, leaving them friendly. 

After traveling the greater pan of the day, it was thought to have an early meal and then travel on into 
the darkness to escape the Indians if they chose to follow them and steal their provisions and horses. So they 
traveled on an hour after dark and then left the trail and went a distance to one side where they camped in a 
beautiful spot with plenty of feed for the horses and entirely surrounded by quaking asp and shrubbery. They 
hobbled their horses and spent a peaceful night in sleep, making no camp fires. 

Early next morning they started again on their journey. After traveling about a mile from the camp of 
the previous night, they came upon another band of Indians, They passed them unmolested. They traveled 
several days over very rough country and at times made very little headway. While attempting to go north 
two days later, they were compelled to return to the river to camp twice. The second night they were 
advised by William Allen to go around a bend of the river as the feed was nice and green, while he went 
around a trail he had seen in order to explore the country and to see which way to get out, as there were so 
many box canyons. He followed the trail and saw it led over a low mountain, so decided to wait until the 
next morning to leave that way. 

When he returned to his companions, they were each one sitting in his saddle, watching him come back, 
sitting just as he had left them. Hansen, who was generally very optimistic, looked very discouraged and 
said, "Well, Bro. Allen, what are you going to do now?" Bro. Allen looked at him just as soberly and said, 
"Well, gentlemen, Tve a notion to unsaddle my horse and lay right down and die. " They each looked from 
one to the other, and then broke into a hearty laugh. However, the situation was really serious, as may be under- 
stood by a remark of Wm. Walker as he sat there looking at one of the high pinnacled rocks. He sat thinking 
and finally said, "I vrouldn't have my family know what a predicament we are in tonight for five hundred 
dollars. " 

After camping by the river that night, they started early next morning over the trail he had seen, going 
back in the direction opposite their destination. They traveled over this low mountain, where they could 
look down on a beautiful valley about twenty-five miles across and two forks of a river, crossing and joining 
together in what later proved to be the Grande River. Through their trip into this box canyon and back, they 
lost almost a week. 

As they sat looking at the beautiful valley, the subject of crossing was discussed, whether to go straight 
down and across, which seemed the better way and the easier, or to travel to the east. As they were unde- 
cided, William said they would not worry about it, but spend the night there and when morning came they 
would go whichever way they were impressed, which proved to be eastward. 

After one and one-half day's travel, they arrived at the first fork of the Grande River. After fording the 
river, they came upon some tracks, as welcome a sight as they had ever seen. These tracks they learned had 
been made by an Indian Agent. About one and a half miles funher on they came to the other fork of the 



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river, known as "Rocky Ford. " While fording the river at this place, one of the pack mules decided to go 
straight across and so got their only sack of fiour wet. They spent the night near the river, and the valley 
was crossed the following day where they again came upon water and made their camp the following night. 

The next morning they traveled till 10 a. m. and then camped for breakfast, using the last of their flour 
and provisions. That afternoon they were fortunate enough to come across some half dried sarvis berries, 
and they ate them like very hungry men while letting the horses feed. In the late afternoon a large sagehen 
new almost in their midst and they killed her and had her for their supper. While the hen was cooking, 
William Allen pricked up the empty sack which had an inch or two of dried flour coating it and sat picking 
it off and eating it gladly. 

It was decided that if they did not find relief the following day, theywould slaughter one of the mules 
for food and arrangements were made with the owner, one of the men in the company, to do so. The next 
morning they started early and traveled on, there being nc breakfast to cook. A little before noon one of 
the men thought he heard a gun shot. Even an Indian would have been a very welcome sight, and sure 
enough when they descended from the ridge they came upon a band of Indians camping. They had fresh 
jerked venison and 13 pounds of flour which they imm.ediately secured, paying cash and glad to buy it. One 
of the men gladly traded his pocket knife for a mess of potatoes. 

They left the Indians and camped a mile distant down the river. They cooked a good breakfast and felt 
like new men. After one day and a half 's travel , they crossed Green River at Ashley's Fork where they met 
Robert Snyder, an old friend of Peter Hansen's. He accorded them a warm welcome and treated them 
royally. They spend two days there and then resumed their journey after baying fifty pounds of flour and 
some provisions. They passed thiough Strawberry Valley, coming into Springville Canyon, and arrived home 
the same day by rail. 

The Allen family had passed many anxious hours and days on account of their being so long overdue. One 
of the men, having come by team on the old route, had arrived a vreek or two before, expecting them to 
arrive sooner. After this strenuous journey it was found that the old trail by Lee's Ferry was preferable to trying 
a new route. 

These first trips to Arizona were great trials both to William and tc his wife, Lovina Jane. There was 
plenty of hard work to be done at home and a great deal of responsibility and hard work and self sacrifice. 
The mother, left at home with six little children to care for, the older boys trying in their own way to make 
life easier, but William Allen has been so thankful that he was enabled to fill this nine year mission, this 
great experience of living together as a great family in this United Order and the accomplishment of all 
they set out to do. 

After nvo months at home, he again left for his field of labour arriving at St. Joseph the 24th of December 
only to find that the high water had carried away their dam and the crops were almost a failure. These sturdy 
pioneers did not give up, but went to work and sDem ten months making another dam, making water ditches, 
building log houses and lumber mills, saw mills, putting in new crops and harvesting them, and selling them 
during that time to enable him to get an outfit (Fit out as they, called it in those days) to move his family to 
the mission. He came home, sold everything he owned except his log cabin and land, and left with his family, 
wife and six children, for the long trek to St. Joseph, Arizona. 

October 22, 1878, after bidding farewell to their loved ones, they set out for St. Joseph, Arizona. They 
had one large wagon and three yoke of oxen, a two horse wagon for the family, a riding pony for their eldest 
son William, a farm horse, wagon and eight head of cattle. The trip was filled with many trials and great 
dangers. Mother Allen was far from well and carrying her eighth child. She never complained, but traveling 
with her six children there was much to do to keep them fed and cared for. They had buried an infant daughter 
years before. 

It was a great privilege some few years ago to be in Kanab, Utah and to drive out on the long road that 
had been the route the Aliens had taken long ago. We came to a high perpendicular wall of rock and carved 



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JOHNSON'S CANYON 






Photos by MONROE IVERSEN 



Some 18 miles out from Kanab, Utah is a 
large vermillion colored mountain, of grandeur 
and beauty situated in JOHNSON'S CANYON. 
After the passing of many years, it seemed we 
must have some pictures of its many markings. 
We remembered in 1939 the name "ALLEN, " 
high up on its wall and also again some 300 feet 
to the west "J. ALLEN" and the year "1876. " 
Hoping time had not destroyed it, we went down 
again last month, July 1967, and obtained a set of 
pictures. It has suffered through the years, but is 
still there amid the beautiful crevices on the 
mountain side. 



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on that wall of stone was "Jack Allen" and dates and names and initials, made those many years ago. We 
had no cameras, more is the pity, for it would be interesting to show to future readers of this narrative this 
very interesting picture of long forgotten carvings and marks made so long ago. We could look to the south 
and see the winding road that stretched on and on, near the beautiful Ted pUlars and rocks winding through 
the mountains and hills on the way to Arizona. On this great stone wall cf mountain is written, diagonally, 
A.L.L.E.N., Allen again in some sort of paint that has withstood the ravages of time and elements. Many 
small carvings were in the stone wall of the mountain, and names of some of the boys, and here it will 
always remain, a land mark where they stopped and rested for a while on their long journey. 

On the 26th of April, 1879, a son was born a few months after their arrival in St. Joseph. Wilford 
Woodruff, a life-long friend of the Allen family, was living at the hom.e of William and Lovina at this time. 
He asked if he might bless the new baby. He gave him the name of Wilford Woodruff Allen. In his blessing 
he gave the child great promises, that he would be a leader and organizer of m.eaand his promises to this 
child were later all fulfilled. William changed the name to Jackson in honor of his own father, Andrew Jackson 
Allen. 

While the Allen family, Lewis, James, Martha and Andrew J. were in St. George, Utah, Lovina 
gathered wool, washed, dyed and carded it, and made it into cloth for suits for her husband and sons. After 
pressing these bolts of m.aterial, she was well satisfied that she had dore a good summers work, and she made 
all the cloth into fine suits for her boys. She finished the last suit just before Margaret was born. She was so 
worn out she wondered if she would ever be rested again. 

During their nine years of missionary living in Arizona, three children were born to this couple, Wilford, 
Earl, and Margaret. William's father, Andrew J., was killed by a ferocious bull on the 18th of July, 1884i 
and as William was the executor of the estate, it was deemed advisable to return to Utah and take charge of 
his father's affairs. 

On the 10th of August 1884, they bade farewell to their many friends in Arizona. It was a sad and 
sorrowful farewell, for they had learned to love their friends in the colony very much and felt the parting 
deeply. Many tears were shed and their hearts were deeply touched as a sad "Good-Bye" and wave of the 
hands started them on their long journey back to Utah. Parts of the trip were very perilous and at times 
they would leave the wagon and walk for a time when the going was dangerous. Sometimes the wagon would 
tip and the wheels would roll from, one boulder to another and it seemed the wagons would surely be crushed 
to pieces. 

When they reached Lee's Ferry it was late afternoon. This was the time the wind would come up and 
the crossing would be very dangerous. They were so glad they were therein time to cross. Just then a team, 
drove up and the driver had a poor man lying in his wagon who had cut his leg with an ax and had to be 
immediately taken to a doctor. The Aliens gave him the privilege of going over first. By this tim.e the 
wind had begun to blow, but they wanted to cross before dark and so the wagon was strapped on to the great 
log ferry. Lovina would not stay in the wagon, but sat under it with her sen Wilford in her arms. The great 
logs swayed and started down stream, but the navigator skillfully brought the raft back to level after it had 
swayed and rolled and soon they were safely upon the opposite side after traveling down the stream one half 
a mile. Mother said in all her life she had never been so frightened as when they were crossing the Colorado 
at dusk that day. They arrived at their old home in Draper the 4th of September 1884. 

In October 1884, William Allen and his son Elsworth again went to Arizona, leaving his wife and family 
with her patents, the Smiths. This trip was for the purpose of making a settlement financially with the 
company. He and his son shucked their corn, did the threshing, and then traveled forty m.iles away to hunt 
their stock. They left for Utah the 18th of February 1885. In some places the snow was up to the wagon 
hubs, but they made the journey successfully and arrived home March 8th. 

In talking with this writer, Father Allen said he was old and very much run down for a man of forty-two 
years, and his beautiful auburn hair had turned to grey, but he was happy he had the experience of a nine year 



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mission and a very busy life, and in his heart he felt that the good Lord had blessed his family and thankful 
they had been able to stand the trials and hardships that had been placed upon them. In the Church he was a 
counselor to Bishop Isaac M. Stewart and he later was chosen bishop of the Draper Ward, which position he 
held for nine more years. August 1, 1898 he was made a Patriarch of the Church by President Jos. F. Smith. 

In the spring of 1915 William and Lovina went to Los Angeles, Calif, and returned by way of Arizona. 
Here they spent a short time at their old home in St. Joseph renewing their great friendship with their many 
friends, and the royal and wonderful welcome they received was forever a pleasant memory throughout their 
lives. Some of their friends rode over forty miles to see them. William had the satisfaction of going out to 
the great dam and viewing it as it stands today at a cost of more than $35, 000 built so that it wiU resist aU 
floods and waters. It was built five times before, but now it has withstood the worse of floods. 

The 12th of January 1915 was this worthy couple's golden wedding. AU the living children were gathered 
with their families and friends to pay homage to fifty years of happy wedded bUss. Here were their twelve 
living children and their families numbering fifty, and life long friends gathered at their home in Draper 
where a feast of plenty was served, a large wedding cake, and love and friendship in abundance. 



William Allen was a good husband, a fine father, a good provider and a fine pillar of strength to all who 
came to him for advice and council. He was honest to a fault. He would walk a mile to correct a mistake 
of a few pennies. He was honest and upright in all his dealings with men. His word was as good as a bond. 
This couple were surely the "Salt of the Earth. " Lovina Jane passed away the 4th of April 1925 after fifty -six 
years of wedded happiness. As age crept upon William he was deprived of his vision but the advent of the 
radio was a great source of comfort to him. He would sit and listen to the music and sermons with keen enjoy- 
ment and when friends called in he would never tire of relating his many valuable experiences through which 
he had passed. He passed away the 17th of March 1926, eleven months after his beloved wife, and their noble 
lives will live forever in the memory of his loved ones. 

This history was written at Wm. C. Allen's request by a daughter-in-law, Maud B. Allen, wife of his son 
Wilford, during a week'svisit at his home in his late years. He gave it to Lovina *s brother Hyrum to type and 
preserve for him. It is very sad and regrettable that Hyrum decided to cut and omit much of the original 
material William dictated, and erroneously filed this history under the name HYRUM SMITH. 




WILLLAM COLEMAN ALLEN AND FAMILY, 1878 
Lovina Jane (Smith) Allen and her family at the time they left for Arizona 



TO OUR MOTHER, LOVINA JANE (SMITH) ALLEN 

She made a home from walls of sod; 
She swept a puncheon floor. 
She planted mcrning-glcffy vines 
All in clusters near the door. 
She kept a rifle on the wall 
In easy reach, and paayed 
That she might never take it down 
Thru fear of Indian raid. 

All night she heard the lonely wind 
The coyote's mournful tune. 
As ghostly, crouching haunchers 
Squatted there against the moon. 
She saw the silent shadows 
Of a lone wolf, on the rocks 
Down by the spring, where she must go 
To wash and sun her crocks. 

She watched the clouds for signs of rain 

She prayed for drouth to cease. 

She covered chicks frcsn blowing sand 

And rendered the wolf's grease. 

She put her children's tears to route 

With hero tales she knewj 

She taught them from the holy book, 

As minds and body grew. 

And this, the loving harvests yield 
Implanted through her toil; 
The rich red-blooded men of faith 
Who sprung from piwteteaolj. 
She only made a ptnatelhom^. 
She swept a puncheon's floor; 
She mothered GOD'S nobility -- 
How could she give us mace? 

Vera Holding 



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QUAINT OLD PICTURE OF THE ALLEN HOME, WILLUVM ALLEN AND FAMILY 

1885 as it appeared upon their return from their nine years mission in Arizona. 
Burt on his mother's lap. William not in picture. Father wasn't mad at anyone, 
it just looks that way. Two rooms in the log cabin, just visible, where the 
boys slept. 



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WILLIAM COLEMAN ALLEN 
From a daguerreotype - 1865 





1870 - William C. and wife 
Lovina Jane, William Jr. , and 
Andrew 



1925 




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At JOSEPH CITY, ARIZONA the Daughters of Utah 
Pioneers erected a monument in honor of its place 
in Pioneer History. JUDGE W. DOUGLAS ALLEN, 
with son GARY stand reverently by, a grandson of 
WILLIAM C. ALLEN, the founder of "ALLEN'S TOWN" 
renamed JOSEPH CITY, ARIZONA. 



ALLEN 

(William C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
137 _ WILLIAM COLEMAN ALLEN, b 14 February 1843 at Waitsboro, Calloway County, Kentucky, d 17 March 

1926 at Draper, Utah, son of Andrew Jackson and Delilah Bennit (Andrews) Allen, md 12 January 1867 

Lovina Jane Smith, b 18 March 1848 at Pottawattami, Iowa, d 4 April 1925 at Draper, Utah, daughter 

of Absalom W. and Amy Emily (Downs) Smith. 

Children: 

349. William Smith Allen, b 2 November 1867, d 20 March 1926, killed by railroad accident, md 3 May 

1895 Eliza Orgill. 

350. Andrew Wamsley Smith Allen, b 12 January 1869 at Draper, Utah, d 25 December 1941, md Hannah 

Martina Peterson in November 1890 (4). 
DeUlah Lovina Allen, b 1 September 1870. d 19 September 1870. 

351. Joseph Elsworth Allen, b 5 November 1871, d 23 October 1936, md Hannah Ella Shipley. 

352. Adella May Allen, b 4 October 1873, d 29 March 1957, md 1st William Walker, he died, md 2nd 

Alberto Bateman. 

353. Rial Coleman Allen, b 11 April 1875, d 9 May 1940. m.d 5 December 1900 Bertha Nelson. 

354. Lewis Absalom Allen, b 3 October 1876, drowned 3 May 1891 at Draper saving two children's lives. 

355. Wilford Jackson Allen, b 26 April 1879 at St. Joseph, Arizona, d 6 April 1949 at Salt Lake City, Utah, 

md 20 June 1902 Ella Maud Bliss. 

356. Earl Serenus Allen, b 11 October 1880 at St. Joseph, Arizona, d 25 October 1957 at Draper, Utah, md 

1st Mabel Ennis 20 Decem.ber 1906, d 1946, md 2nd 28 May 1948 Agnes (P.asmussen) Fitzgerald. 

357. Margaret Amy Allen, b 7 August 1882 at St. Joseph. Arizona, d 26 November 1951, md October 1901 

Robert J. Dansie. 

358. Hyrum Bert Allen, b 4 December 1885 at Draper, Utah, d 4 February 1963, md 5 February 1912 Lottie 

Alexander, d 23 October 1966. 

359. Alda Pernecy Allen, b 3 April 1887 at Draper, Utah, d 16 July 1936, md Sherman D. Rideout. 

360. Anna Pearl Allen, b 25 September 1889, d 25 September 1944, md Raymond Malstrom. One son Lynn 

Malstrom d age 9. 

361. Eva Matilda Allen, b 9 June 1892, md 11 January 1910 Roswell Palmer, separated, md 2nd 1937 Sherman 

.D. Rideout, widower of No. 359, her sister. 

Wm. Allen record. Draper Church 
records. 

BAGLEY 

(Margaret M. J. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3- Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
138. MARGARET MARY JANE ALLEN , b 23 September 1844 at Waitsboro, Calloway County, Kentucky, d 

3 September 1914 at Montpelier, Idaho, daughter of Andrew Jackson and Delilah (Bennit) Andrews 

Allen, md 27 March 1861 John Bagley, b 30 April 1836 at New Brunswick, Canada, d 10 February 1923 

at Dingle, Idaho, son of Edward and Julia Ann Hillman (Grant) Bagley. 

Children: 

362. John Allen Bagley, b 16 May 1862 at Draper, Utah, d 9 October 1941, md 1st 2 August 1883 Sarah 

Ellen Larsen. 
Martha Ann Bagley, b 4 February 1864, d 9 May 1867 at Draper, Salt Lake County, Utah. 

363. Cyrenus Jackson Bagley, b 22 February 1866 at Draper, Utah, d 19 December 1935, md 7 January 1890 

Calista Dalrymple. 
Edward Andrew Bagley, b 22 February 1868, d unmarried. 
William Henry Bagley, b 23 March 1870, d unmarried. 
Parley Bagley, b 2 April 1872, d unmarried. 

364. David Bagley, b 5 March 1874, d 26 November 1928, md 6 March 1900 Laura Conrad. 

365. Pemecy May Bagley, b 13 August 1876, d 13 April 1943, md 1935 Wilford Clark. 

366. Mary Delilah Bagley, 27 July 1878, d 15 August 1946, md James Oran Quayle April 1896. 



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367. Charles Allen Bagley, b 19 November 1880, md Beulah A. Dalton in March 1903, 

368. George Hugh Bagley, b 21 July 1883, d 21 AprU 1964, md 22 September 1908 Ruth R. Tubbs. 

369. Thomas Coleman Bagley, b 5 February 1886, d 1 October 1924, md 2 May 1926 Sarah J. Baldwin. 

370. Lawrence Arley Euvern Bagley, b 14 January 1888, d November 1966, md 2 May 1926 LiUian Priest. 

The first three children were born at Draper, Utah, They then moved to Bear Lake County, Idaho and 
their married children were born at Montpelier, Bear Lake County, Idaho, 

No. 136, 137 and 138 Families and Elizabeth who died at Draper, Utah in her ninth year were the 
four pioneer children that came to Utah with their parents and are original pioneers of 1847, arriving in 
Salt Lake the 25th of September 1847 in the fourth company of Pioneers. 

Emogene B. Roberts papers, John 
Bagley records, Andrew J. Allen 
Church record. Oretta Allen Dudley 
records, L. D. S. Church records, 
Hawley Bagley records. 





MARGARET MARY JANE ALLEN 
1844 - 1914 



JOHN BAGLEY 
1836 - 1923 





JOHN ALLEN BAGLEY 
1862 - 1941 



CYRENUS BAGLEY 
1866 - 1935 



Years ago a sketch was written and printed in the Deseret News of our Samuel Allen in which it was 
erroneously and unintentionally stated that he was of the Gen. Ethan Allen family of Conn. This was 
probably because there were Samuel Aliens of that section that were soldiers of the Rev, War during the 
same period Samuel was a soldier also serving. In the records of Orrin Pier Allen, in his Samuel Allen 
Genealogy we find the record of Ethan Allen and his ancestry. In the Virginia records of the Rev. War 
which are in the archives of Washington at the National Archives Building on Pennsylvania Avenue, we 
find the original papers and applications of our Samuel Allen, who states he was born in No. Car. . md in 
No Car. but enlisted in the BEDFORD COUNTY COURT HOUSE for his services, Bedford, Vurgmia. 



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Our Samuel was only seventeen years the junior of Ethan Allen, and the family definitely stated that 
his mother was a MISS WARREN of Va. In all records it is noticeable that the name WARREN continues to 
appear, also the name CERENUS^and the Cerenus Warrens went up from South Carolina with the Aliens and 
the Easters and Adams families as a group, and settled in Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky. The name 
Serenus(given to Earl Allen, son of Wm. Coleman) was a "family name" we were told, also the name 
"Warren. " 

It is believed that Warren, the mother of Samuel 1756-1841 was the daughter of Cerenus Warren 

of South Carolina and Ky. It is not advisable to enter this on his pedigree as it has NEVER BEEN PROVEN 
and cannot be accepted as positive proof. 

In some pedigrees, Samuel's father is given as JOHN and also as SAMUEL, but when POSITIVE PROOF 
was asked for, no one could come forth with POSITIVE authority for such a statement. 

NANCY'S name was not Hester but was EASTER as stated by her families and descendants. In the 
No, Car. record it is written as Hester in her marriage list, but the H's and E's were very confusing to the 
English scribes of that early period. The name Hester and Easter were often interchangeable in the early 
records. Robert Childress, who was a substitute for Samuel in his last enlistment also md an Easter, and 
presumably the sister of our Nancy, as stated in a letter of a descendant to M. B. Allen of a Robert E. 
Childress of Kentucky. 

Findings of M. B. Allen, researcher. 

PEARSON 

(Sarah Marticia 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
140. SARAH MARTICIA ALLEN, b 19 February 1849 at Mill Creek, Salt Lake County, Utah, d 28 February 

1901 at Draper, Utah, daughter of Andrew Jackson and Delila (Andrews) Allen, md 7 March 1868 Henry 

Pearson, b 8 June 1839 at Skabersjo, Sweden, d 28 July 1914 at Draper, Utah, son of Ole Pearson and 

wife Anna (Oleson) Pearson. 

Children: (born at Draper, Utah) 

371. Henry Allen Pearson, b 24 December 1869, d 6 March 1938, md 2 February 1910 Delle Faye Norris. 

372. Annie Delilah Pearson, b 19 October 1872, d 31 January 1900, md 10 February 1898 Isaac M. Fitzgerald. 

One son. 

373. Andrew Curtis Pearson, b 6 August 1874, d 3 September 1962, md 10 June 1896 Sarah A. Smith. 

374. James Oscar Pearson, b 11 June 1876, d 7 August 1952, md 29 June 1904 DrucUla Gardner. 

375. William Quincy Pearson, b 5 January 1879, d 8 January 1904, md 13 November 1902 Kate Hobbs. 

376. Ernest Alvin Pearson, b 16 November 1881, d 24 August 1897. 

377. Edith Martisha Pearson, b 24 November 1884, md 24 December 1915 August Levi Nelson. 

378. Thomas Virgil Pearson, b 27 March 1887, md 10 October 1910 Elsie DQtz. 

379. Herschel Elmer Pearson, b 7 July 1890, md 21 June 1918 Jennie Christensen. 

Record of Andrew J . Allen, Clara 
West records, records of Andrew C. 
Pearson, Draper Ward records. 



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DUDLEY 

(Delilah M. Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
141. DELILAH EMELINE ALLEN , b 23 March 1853 at Draper, Utah, d 17 September 1912 at Logan, Utah, 

daughter of Andrew Jackson and Delilah Bennit (Andrews) Allen, md 24 September 1870 Brigham Simeon 

Dudley, b 28 August 1845 at Nauvoo, Illinois, d 20 August 1921 at Logan, Utah, son of Oliver Hunt and 

Mary Ann (Robinson) Dudley. 



Children: (born at Willard, Box Elder County, Utah) 



380. 



Oretta Allen Dudley, b 11 July 1871, d 19 December 1944 at Logan, md 30 June 1897 Dr. Heber 
Kimball Merrill. 

381. Brigham Simeon Dudley, b 16 September 1872, d 24 February 1929. 

382. Delilah Frances Dudley, b 7 September 1874, d 12 October 1952, md 23 October 1895 Torval Keller. 

383. Oliver Hyrum Dudley, b 13 May 1877 at Clifton, Idaho, d 10 January 1915, md Mary E. Noble. 

384. Mary Eliza Dudley, b 3 November 1878, d 25 October 1963, md 21 September 1940 John Lenkersdorfer. 

385. Pernecy Jane Dudley, b 16 April 1882, d 9 May 1918, md Joseph E. Greaves 10 June 1907. 
Allen Jackson Dudley, b 2 November 1883, d 22 October 1900, age 17. 

386. Mabel Sarah Dudley, b 7 April 1886, d 20 August 1949, md September 1908 George Turpin. 

387. Florence Irene Dudley, b 23 October 1888, d 2 November 1950, md 12 July 1911 Lashbrook Laker Cook. 

388. Leon Park Dudley, b 6 June 1891, d 13 August 1932, md 26 May 1913 Nora B. Carlson. 

Record ofWm. C. Allen, Delilah F. 
Keller record, L.D.S. Church records, 
Oretta Merrill records. 

DUDLEY - COVEY 

(Matilda Josephine 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

142. MATILDA JOSEPHINE ALLEN , b 26 November 1854 at Draper, Utah, d June 1907 at Salt Lake City, 

Utah, daughter of Andrew Jackson and Delilah Bennit (Andrews) Allen, md 1st Joseph S. Dudley, b 

30 September 1851, md 23 December 1872, d 20 February 1928 at Raymond, Alberta, Canada, son 

of Olivet Hunt and Mary Ann (Robinson) Dudley. They were divorced. She md 2nd Enoch Covey, b 

26 August 1837 in Missouri, d November 1902, md 15 April 1885. He was the son of Benjamin and 

Almira (Mack) Covey. 

Children: (Dudley) 

Mary Delilah Dudley, d young. 

Joseph Smith Dudley, d young. 

Charles Oliver Dudley, b 2 April 1877, d 5 February 1926, md Mary Little Wright. 

Sarah Matilda Dudley, b 8 August 1880, d 1952/3, md Lorenzo Fulsom Brown. 

Andrew Jackson Journal. 

Children: (Covey) 

Leslie A. Covey, b 24 August 1886 at Salt Lake City, Utah, md 15 November 1909 Idalia Cook. 
Leon Spencer Covey, b September 1893 at Salt Lake City, Utah, d 1901. 
Jean Allen Covey, b 16 May 1895(6), d 20 July 1908. md Benson Landon Jr. 

One of the three COVEY children by the 1st wife that Matilda raised was Stephen Covey, a prominent 
sheep raiser and owner of "Little America, " a cafe and hotel. 

COVEY 

(Leslie Allen 5 •■ Matilda Josephine 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

LESLIE ALLEN COVEY, b 24 August 1886, d 13 January 1961 at Pasadena, California, son of Enoch and 

Matilda Josephine (Allen) Covey, md Idalia Cook, b 4 September 1889, daughter of Phineas Walcott 

and Johanna (Poison) Cook. 

Children; 

Eva Jeanne Covey, b 10 September 1890 at Alton, Wyoming, md Peter W. Madsen Jr. 28 December 1932. 

Eva Madsen family record. 



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BROWN 

(Clyde Dudley Brown 6 - Sarah Matilda 5 - Matilda J. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

CLYDE DUDLEY BROWN , b 20 September 1900 at Salt Lake City, Utah, son of Lorenzo Fulsom and 
Sarah Matilda pudley) Brown, md Claire Nielson of Seattle, Washington. 

Children: 

Leslie Brown, b 13 December 1924 at Salt Lake City, Utah, md Norma Bowen. 

Donald Brown, b 6 November 1926 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Elaine Beverly Brown, b 27 January 1929 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Records of Aunt Tilda Covey, Leslie 
Covey records, Andrew Jackson JournaL 

MADSEN - ROBERTS 

(Eva Covey 6 - Leslie Allen 5 - Matilda Josephine 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
EVA COVEY , b 10 September 1910 at Afton, Wyoming, daughter of Leslie and Idalia (Cook) Covey, 
md 28 December 1932 Peter Wilhelm Madsen, b 13 May 1910, son of Viggo Robert and Frances J. 
(Ashmet) Madsen. 

Children: 

Jo Anne Madsen, b 9 February 1934, md 18 April 1954 John E. Roberts. 

Children : 

Debora Mishell Roberts, b 22 September 1956 

David Scott Roberts, b 25 January 1958. 

Kathleen Louise Roberts, b 16 April 1959. 

Charlene Denise Roberts, b 23 September 1962, 
Peter William Madsen, b 11 December 1941, md 14 December 1963 Sharon Barbara Eli. 

Birth and marriage certificates. 
Ward records L.D.S. Church, 
Covey family records. 



GRANDCHILDREN OF WILLIAM COLEK'IAN ALLEN IN WORLD WAR TWO 

Capt. Sherman Mack Rideout, Phillipine Is. , Pacific Theatre, Army 

Victor Rideout, Army 

Jack Douglas Rideout, Army 

Lt. Major Dansie, Army 

Lt. Nina Jane Dansie, Army nurse 

Capt. Arvol D. Allen, graduate West Point 

Emery Allen 

Lewis Allen, 3 years, Army 

Lt. C'dr. Bruce Bliss Allen. U.S. Navy 

EldonA. Allen, Flight Eng. , Army 

Sgt. Ramon R. Allen, Engineer Division, Army 

Lorin S. Allen, IstC. radar. Navy 

Although Wm. Vanar was not an enlisted man, he was in Pearl Harbor on construction work the day of 

December 7, 1941 and went through the many days of disaster, sorrow, and clean-up of that dark day of 

history. 

Lt. C'dr. Bruce Bliss Allen, son of Wilford and Maud B. Allen, enlisted in the Navy the 3rd day of 
December 1929. Attended school at San Diego and then Hampton R'ds. Va. for one year. An "A" student, 
he was given the priviledge of choosing a school of his choice, the Lighter than Air School at Lakehurst, 
New Jersey. Here he served on the "Los Angeles" and later on the great "Akron. " He asked for a transfer 



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and two days before the "Akron" met her sad fate in the Atlantic, going down with all members of her crew 
and Notables aboard, he was on his way to the Pacific Fleet. 

He spent a period on the Pennsylvania, in service, until the "Macon" was finished, then he was trans- 
ferred to Sunneyvale, California to become a member of this beautiful Silver Queen of the Sky's crew. He 
came in from a thirty -six hour cruise, the ship was serviced, and then, with a new crew, went out in the 
blue Pacific on Navy maneuvers and suddenly folded up, slowly sinking into the ocean. This time only one 
life was lost, in this accident, while all were lost on the "Akron. " Thus, twice his life was spared from an 
ocean grave . 

He now transferred to the "Heavier than Air" planes and was sent to Panama and later to Puerto Rico 
where he was stationed at the time of the outbreak of World War II. Back in the States, he became a pilot of 
the Blimp ship. These Blimps were used to patrol the eastern shores of the States. He served his Country, 
coming up the hard way from an enlisted seaman to Lt. Commander. He and his wife Betty hoped to retire 
after twenty years of faithful service, but the Korean Conflict came, and a few days before he was to retire, 
the Navy made the ruling to keep her Navy force intact and he was frozen and served in the Navy Air Force 
through another struggle 

Four of his brothers served in World War 11, Sgt. Ramon R. Allen of the Engineering Division lost his life 
in the Mediterranean with one thousand others of the Engineering Corps when his ship "H.M.S. the Rohan" 
was destroyed by a fleet of German planes, six miles out of the shores of North Africa on their way to Burma 
during a terrible storm the 26th of November 1943. One thousand engineers were rescued by two rescue ships 
that served in the Mediterranean. The next day these rescue ships were attacked by the enemy planes and 
after all their heroic efforts in successfully saving many soldiers, both ships were sunk by the German planes. 



JACKSON RIAL ALLEN 

Jackson Rial Allen (No. 145) was the oldest son of Andrew Jackson and Louisa Rogers Meek Allen. He 
was born December 31, 1869 under very humble circumstances. He was the first child born to this couple, 
but he had two brothers and five sisters who were born to his father and his first wife Delilah Andrews Allen. 
She died on December 15, 1869. He also had one brother and one sister who were born to his mother by her 
former husband Benjamin Enniss Meek who died in Illinois of dysentary on his way to Utah from England. 

Jackson Allen was born on the hearth of the fireplace. His father had gone for the midwife, Betsy Draper, 
and before they returned the birth had taken place. Louisa Allen, realizing the time was short and no one 
was present to aid her, made herself as comfortable as possible in front of the fireplace. She wanted to make 
sure the baby did not chill before aid arrived. Due to the shortage of white dress materials at the time the 
child was blessed, Jackson wore a red calico dress. His face was already red and this dress made it look all 
the more so. 

At the time of Jackson's birth, one son and all of the daughters of Delilah and Andrew J. had married, 
leaving one unmarried son Heber and Louisa's one child Benjamin stiU living at home. There were four 
more sons born to Andrew J. and Louisa. Thomas, John and Arthur all grew to maturity, but Edwin died 
when he was ten years old. Jackson attended the public school in Draper, his first school teacher being 
William Stewart. When Jackson was fourteen years of age, his father died very suddenly after having been 
gored by a bull at the family home in Draper. This accident made a great difference in the lives of Jackson 
and his brothers. They had been raised in a very strict household, with a very religious father, who had 
insisted upon them attending all religious gatherings. These children and the mother were now left without 
means of support except what Louisa provided. She started weaving rugs, milking cows and churning butter. 
The butter was taken to Bingham, Utah by the store owner who delivered grocerices there twice a week. An 
unfair division was made, leaving all the younger children out. Jackson and his brothers had the estate pro- 
bated again and a fair and more just settlement was made. During his early boyhood Jackson was faced with 
the problem of helping his mother raise the younger children. He learned that he could cut their hair, mend 
shoes, hang wallpaper and many other things. He made extra money for the family by hanging wallpaper. 



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He later attended the University of Utah where he excelled in athletics. While attending the University, 
he held a position in the County Clerk's office as a recorder. He had very beautiful handwriting and he did 
the recording in longfiand. This job gave him much valuable experience which helped him during his life- 
time. He was a master at engraving beautiful cards for people. He was teaching school in Draper at the time 
he was married. 

He was married to Matilda CaroUne Day on January 14, 1891 in the St. George Temple. They were for- 
tunate to have eight children, six girls and v.io boys: Leona Caroline born August 2, 1891; Ruth Louise born 
November 6, 1892; Pauline Elizabeth born March 2, 1894; Eva Harriet bom April 12, 1894; James Henry born 
March 2, 1899, Mary Day born January 2, 1901; Jane Matilda born July 29, 1903; and Benjamin Rial bom 
August 30, "COS. All lived to maturity except Pauline^who died when she was nine years old. 

Because of his great ability, Jackson was called to many positions of responsibility and trust, both in Salt 
Lake County and especially in his home town of Draper, Utah. He gave advice to the livestock and agricul- 
tural interests in the state. He spent much of his time as a horse doctor and animal veterinarian. When he 
was very young he recognized that the pioneer livestock had deteriorated and needed to be upgraded. He 
loved all livestock but especially purebred. In 1900, an organization in Draper of Percheron Horse Society 
was founded and Mr. Allen was instrumental in selecting a horse caUed "Gent" which came from France. 
Jackson was known throughout the state as a judge of livestock. He and his three brothers formed the Allen 
Brothers Livestock Co. (Excelsior Livestock Farm.s) and they did much to upgrade stock quality and the blood 
lines in the area. Jackson, Thomas, John and Arthur Allen worked together in close harmony. As a team 
they founded one of the finest sheep operations in the state of Utah. Ground was bought in Charleston, Straw- 
berry and Cedar Valley. They specialized in Purebred Cotswold sheep andPercheron horses. Thomas and John 
each married and went to live at Charleston. Arthur remained single throughout his lifetime. At the time 
the Charleston property was sold to construct the Deer Creek Reservoir, the bank made an appraisal of what 
the ground was worth. Arthur and Jackson paid Thomas and John for their share of the sheep business. 

Prize money from livestock shows built his beautiful two story home in Draper. This home was built in 
1900 by Chris Talbot --the architect being Rletting (sic). 

Jackson Allen was a thinker, a planner, and a doer. He was a man of great vision, not only for him- 
self but for his community. He was a member of the Board of Canal Presidents. For forty-five years he was 
vice-president of that board. The Draper Irrigation Company was incorporated in 1888. In 1900, Dry Creek 
Irrigation Co. sued Draper for return of water. Mr. Allen was instrumental in getting a decision favorable to 
Draper. In 1907 water was piped from Bear Canyon into Draper. Jackson wanted the pipeline to be much 
larger, but the poeple thought that they couldn't afford the extra expense. The pipeline had to be enlarged 
in 1916 and Draper water was then brought from Little Willowcreek. Mr. Allen was the director of the 
Irrigation Company from 1896 to 1936 and served as President from 1906 to 1912 and as Vice-President from 
1902 to 1906 and from 1912 to 1936. As an example of his generosity, during the first World War money was 
very scarce. The Draper Irrigation Company had ordered pumps to pump their water into the canal from the 
Jordan River. Money was tied in the banks and the pum.ps had to be paid "Cash on delivery. " By Mr. AUen 
mortgaging property in Charleston, the needed money was secured. Not many people would have mortgaged 
their home and farm to save the interest of the community. For forty -three years he was a member of the 
East Jordan Irrigation Company's board of directors, and during most of that time he was the president. 

In 1911, the Alpine Power plant had an electrical line running into Draper. People from Draper were 
contacted by John Able Evans about selling enough power to furnish Draper with electticity. To raise the 
$4, 000 needed, a committee was selected consisting of I. J. Dunyon, S. J. Mickelsen, Tom Stokes, J. R. 
Allen and W. B. Enniss. The meeting was held at the meeting house and J. R. Allen was named chairman. 
People wanted the power and guaranteed to use a definite amount of electricity. The town had to furnish power 
for thirty -five homes to get this franchise to put power lines into the town. 

Jackson Allen served on the Jordan School Disnict board of education from January 1916 to 1924. He 
realized that the Jordan School District was rated low academically and spent much time finding and bringing 
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the very best. Reid Beck, Freida Jensen and many other fine instructors were brought here by this man. He 
was an intellectual man in the fundamentals of education. He wanted the best for every child and was willing 
to put effort, time and attention to see that the children received this. He is responsible for the beginning of 
the Draper School art collection. The first two paintings, one of Dr. Park and the other of William Stewart, 
were presented to Mr. Beck and the Draper School by Jackson Allen. This man was responsible for starting the 
lunch room program in the Jordan School district. 

Jackson Allen was responsible for so many outstanding accomplishments that it would be impossible to 
name them all at this time. He was head of the draft board during the First World War, organized the Salt 
Lake County Milk Association and served as its president and many other things. 

The Draper Park was bought from Joshua Terry Sr. for $2500 and consisted of eleven acres of ground. 
D. O. Rideout and W. B. Enniss were responsible for buying property. The cost of the property was paid out 
in payments over a period of several years. J. R. Allen was instrumental in furnishing the fence, grandstand 
and improvements. J. R. Allen, W. B. Enniss, B. R. Meek, D. O. Rideout and A. J. Nelson were the 
largest stockholders. 

Mr. Allen always kept the Word of Wisdom. He was once quoted as saying, "I am a busy man--too busy 
to break my health and constitution down with things like liquor, tobacco and coffee. My mother and father 
taught me these things and I have not forgotten them!' He donated generously to the church, most always gave 
many times more than was expected of him. 

He had an interesting personality, born of pioneer parents, was a hard worker, was energetic and often 
began his days work at five o'clock. He was dynamic, was courageous, not afraid to meet any problems. 
He was positive and could make quick decisions. He could make a decision of $25, 000 in about fifteen min- 
utes and it would be just as efficient as if someone else had studied it for days. 

He died on the sixteenth day of February 1943 and was buried at Draper, Utah. 

ALLEN 

(Jackson Rial 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

145. JACKSON RIAL ALLEN , b 31 December 1869 at Draper, Utah, d 16 February 1943, son of Andrew J. and 
Louise (Rogers) Meeks, md 14 January 1891 Matilda Caroline Day, b 2 April 1870 at Draper, Utah, d 7 
April 1946, daughter of Henry and Caroline Eugenia Augusta (Nylander) Day. 

Children: (all born at Draper, Utah) 

400. Leona Caroline Allen, b 2 August 1891, md 22 June 1920 Parley P. Smith. 

401. Ruth Louise Allen, b 6 November 1892, md 23 July 1917 Anton Rolins Mickelson. She d 21 April 1967. 
Pauline Elizabeth Allen, b 2 March 1895, d 2 September 1904. 

402. Eva Harriet Allen, b 12 April 1897, md 5 June 1920 Leland W. Fitzgerald. 

403. James Henry Allen, b 2 March 1899, md 7 February 1924 Juliet Smith. 

404. Mary Day Allen, b 2 January 1901, md 6 July 1926 James Rex Steadman. 

405. Jane Matilda Allen, b 29 July 1903, md 22 May 1926 Samuel James Gordon. 

406. Benjamin Rial Allen, b 30 August 1905, md 12 December 1928 Elizabeth Cotterall Day. 

Record of Jane Allen Gordon, Draper 
Ward records. 

ALLEN 

(John W. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

146. JOHN WILFORD ALLEN , b 5 November 1871 at Draper, Utah, d 26 November 1950, son of Andrew J. and 
Louisa (Rogers) Meeks Allen, md 1st Nora Phoebe D. Ringwood, b 16 November 1881 at Salt Lake City, 

d 8 August 1928 at Charlston, Utah, md Dinah Jane Thomson 2nd. 



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Children: (born at Charlston, Utah) 

407. Nora Lucille Allen, b 25 July 1902, md 5 June 1922 Dean McKinley Larsen. 

408. Cora Jean Allen, b 26 August 1903. md 2 March 1927 Orien Ellis Rose. 

409. John Edwin Allen, b 13 March 1907, md 1 June 1926 Adlean Croft. 

Jean Rose record, Jane A. Gordon 
record. 

ALLEN 

(Thomas Warren 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
147. THOMAS WARREN ALLEN , b 11 January 1874 at Draper, Utah, d 13 November 1946 at Salt Lake, son of 

Andrew Jackson and Louisa (Rogers) Meeks Allen, md 21 May 1901 Harriet Margaret Smith, b 11 November 

1876 at Draper, Utah, d 23 April 1962 at Charlston, Utah, daughter of Francis Marion and Mary Elizabeth 

(Shipley) Smith. 

Children: 

410. Thomas Smith Allen, b 21 February 1901 at Draper, Utah, md 25 May 1925 Inez Madsen. 

411. Harold Benjamin Allen, b 19 February 1904 at Charlston, md 22 September 1925 Jennie Bearson. 

412. Roger Warren Allen, b 10 December 1905, md 22 June 1927 Mersy Glenn. 
Boy, stillborn 18 March 1907. 

413. Grace Smith Allen, b 12 April 1908, md 16 September 1925 Mill Harrison North. 

414. Marie Margaret Allen, b 20 January 1911, md 22 December 1933 Joseph Fay Van Wagoner. 

415. Marvin Marion Allen, b 15 August 1913, md 22 June 1938 Fern Elizabeth Shelly. 
Daughter, stillborn 6 July 1915. 

416. James Ross Allen, b 16 October 1916, md 18 March 1937 Mae Blackley. 
Golda Louise Allen, b 26 January 1919 

Daughter, stillborn 22 April 1922. 

Charlston Church records, Golda Allen 
records, AUen family records. 

CLARK - MARSHALL 

( Margaret Owens 4 - Martha Allen 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
150. MARGARET OWENS , b 20 December 1850, d 21 December 1887 at Parowan, Iron County, Utah, daughter 

of Robert and Martha (Allen) Owens, md 1st James Burnett Clark, b 5 January 1838 in Glasgow, Scotland, 

md 2nd William Marshall, b 9 March 1822 at Biddington, Kent, England, d February 1894 at Parowan, 

Utah (3rd wife of Wm Marshall I). 

Children: (Clark) 

Martha Elizabeth Clark, b 9 November 1869 at Parowan, Utah, d 5 March 1888, md Richard Leavitt. 
William Henry Clark, b 17 July 1871 at Parowan, Utah, d 27 March 1946, md 1st Minnie E. Hyatt, 
md 2nd Dean Lyman. 

Children : (Minnie E, (Hyatt) Clark) 

Myrtle Clark, b 16 September 1893, md James H. Clay. 

Pearl Clark, b 2 December 1896, md Thos. Davenport. 

Delia Clark, b 16 March 1898, md 1st LeRoy Mitchell, md 2nd Wm. Thornton. 

William G. Clark, b 2 May 1900, md 14 March 1922 Mary Ann Dover. 

Lyla Clark, b 28 March 1902, md 1st Glen Croft, md 2nd Ernest James. 

Maude Clark, b 12 January 1906, d 5 February 1906. 

Children : (Dean Lyman) 

Louise Clark, b 12 August 1923. 

Children: ( Marshall) 

Delilah Marshall, b 6 June 1896 at Parowan, Utah, d 24 January 1897, md Orson Leavitt. 
Jesse Marshall, b 25 June 1883, d 1896. 



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OWENS 

(William Owens 4 - Martha Allen 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

151. WILLIAM OWENS, b 7 February 1853 at Big Cottonwood, Utah, d 17 July 1923, md 26 September 1888 
Mary Ann Edgley, b 7 January 1867 at London, England, d 22 June 1930 at Glen's Ferry, Idaho, daughter 
of Joseph and Mary Ann (Spellman) Edgley. William was the son of Robert and Martha (Allen) Owens. 

Children: 

417. Amy Eliza Owens, b 14 May 1891 at Smithfield, Utah, md 8 July 1914 Herbert D. Brumble. 
Mary Ann Owens, b 12 March 1893 at Logan, Utah, d 14 September 1893. 

418. William Edgley Owens, b 29 April 1894, md 7 June 1922 Elsie Amelia Sjostrum. 

419. Joseph Alma Owens, b 28 January 1896, md 5 October 1921 Alice Elvaretta Harris. 
420a. Rose Eva Owens, b 16 October 1897, md 31 March 1921 Viggo Valdemar Jorgensen. 

420. Pansy Mignonette Owens, b 31 December 1902, md 1st Everett P. Clay, md 2nd Hyrum Adelburt Bateman. 

Records of Eva (Owens) Jorgensen, 
papers ftom her father. 

OWENS 

(Joseph Owens 4 - Martha Allen 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

152. JOSEPH OWENS, b 10 November 1858 at Mojave River, Califomia, son of Robert and Martha (Allen) 
Owens, d 16 March 1943 at Lewiston, md 27 April 1892 at Logan, Utah Elizabeth ElKs as his 2nd wife, 
b 20 September 1864 at London, England, d 18 July 1931 at Lewiston, Utah. Joseph Owens' first wife 
was Elizabeth Butterfield, b 18 February 1860, d 24 December 1881 , daughter of Leonard and Susan 
(Bates) Butterfield at Milford, Utah. 

Children: (Elizabeth Butterfield) 

Alice May Owens, b 6 April 1880 at Parowan, Utah. 

Children: (Elizabeth Ellis) 

Lola Owens, b 13 January 1893 at Lewiston, Utah, md 5 December 1923 Madscher Anderson. 

Mignonette Owens, b 19 July 1896 at Lewiston, Utah, d 20 May 1947. 

Joseph Ellis Owens, b 14 June 1902 at Lewiston, Utah, md 6 November 1926 Grace Edna French Anderson. 

Delbert Owens, b 13 August 1909 at Lewiston, Utah, md 2 October 1943 Eunice Fifield. 

Freeman Owens, b 5 June 1912 at Lewiston, Utah. 

Record gathered in 1933 by M. B. 
Allen at home of Joseph Owens 
(See Owens history). M.B.Allen. 

OWENS 

(Rial Owens 4 - Martha Allen 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

153. RIAL OWENS, b 10 November 1858, the twin of Joseph above, bom at Mojave River, California, son of 
Robert and Martha (Allen) Owens, d 1923 in Westwood, California, md 22 April 1885 Lena Losana 
Mortensen, b 25 February 1866 at Parowan, Utah, d 6 December 1906 at Basin, Cassia, Idaho, daughter 
of Hans and Denitia Emily (Alexander) Mortensen. 

Children: 

Hans Rial Owens, b 28 April 1886 at Sanford, Conejos, Colorado, d 3 August 1950, md 7 August 1907 

Lucy F. Kidd. 
Edith Georgette Owens, b 24 November 1887 at Sanford, Conejos, Colorado, d 10 May 1934, md 1 May 

1906 Joel Franklins Moultrie. 

425. William Wallace Owens, b 13 February 1890, md 6 June 1918 Precilla Smith. 

426. Edgar Allen Owens, b 9 February 1892 at Eastdale, Costilla, Colorado, md Freda Dumbrose. 



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Marcus Eugene Owens, b 9 March 1894, md 6 May 1919 Ivy Irene Poulson. 

Marion Albert Owens, b 13 July 1896, d 30 October 1956, md 6 March 1922 Verna Jensen. 

Ida Adella Owens, b 15 July 1897, md 29 September 1915 Clarence Eugene Miller. 

Ada Dionitia Owens, b 6 January 1901, d 5 June 1902. 

Ray Leonidas Owens, b 8 August 1902, md Aleene Campbell. 

Elverta May Owens, b 9 September 1904, md Michael Proulx. 

Lena Loretta Owens, b 6 December 1906 at Basin, Cassia County, Idaho, md Herman L. Stone. 

Record of Eva Owens Jorgensen. 



From the visit to Joseph Owens at Lewiston, Utah in 1933, and an interesting afternoon spent there with 
him and daughter Mignon, the following items were gathered, which I hope will be of interest to his descen- 
dants. Father Wm. C. Allen had told of the wonderful things these two blind brothers had done, and with 
this information and the interview with Joseph, the history was written. 

Maud B. Allen 




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THE OWENS BROTHERS 



The following is a sketch of two very remarkable people, both bom blind, but who spent their lives as 
useful citizens, and were a wonderful example of what accomplishments can be achieved by those deprived 
of the most valuable and precious of all gifts, vision. 

William and Joseph Owens were the sons of Robert and Martha (Allen) Owens. Martha came to Utah as 
a young girl, arriving with her brother Andrew Jackson Allen and family on September 25, 1847. She 
married 7 March 1850 Robert Owens and was the mother of five children, her second child Mary dying at the 
age of two years. Margaret, her first daughter,married 1st James Clark and 2nd William Marshall. William 
Owens wa: born the 6th of February 1853 at Cottonwood, Utah. Joseph and his twin brother Rial were born 
at Mohave River, near San Bernardino, California, the 10th of November 1858. After a stormy married life, 
Martha and Robert separated. She lived at this time in San Bernardino, California. 

William Marshall II had come to California with his family from Australia. His wife passed away, and 
later he and Martha (Allen) Owens were married and with the two families of children, now numbering seven, 
moved to Parowan, Utah where they made their home. Here the two blind boys lived and spent their child- 
hood. They were both of an inquisitive mxind, and would gather any old discarded and broken item, old 
clocks, watches, etc. , and would take them apart and put them together again and ascertain in the mechan- 
ism just what was wrong, and then experiment with them, find out what was wrong, and then proceed to make 
repairs. Even though they were so young, they became very efficient in the repairing of old machinery, sewing 
machines, washing machines, farm impliments, as well as watches and clocks. 

William, at the age of fifteen and Joseph, now ten years of age, decided to start out for themselves, and 
make an effort to earn a livelihood by using their knowledge of the m.any things they had learned to repair 
during these years of experimenting and study. They walked from their home in Parowan to Draper to the 
home of their uncle Andrev; Jackson Allen. He gave them small jobs around the farm, and set them to grub- 
bing the willows along the ditch banks. 

Andrew Jackson Allen had just bought a new mov;ing machine which was his pride and joy. One morning 
he arose, early as usual, went out into the field, and there were his two blind nephews with every screw, bolt, 
and wheel lying around on the ground and every particle of machinery apart. The uncle was furious, but a 
farm hand was near and advised him to remain silent and not to disturb them. They stood off a distance and 
observed with incredulity these two boys put the mower back as perfect as when it came from the factory. 
They were so fascinated with this perform.ance of ability, that aU worry of disaster to his new mower was for- 
gotten. 

Before long they wished to be on their way, and Andrew J. fitted them out with new clothes and shoes, 
and they soon were following the railroad tracks to the north and northern Utah and Idaho. It was very diffi- 
cult to find repair men in these rural places, and the Owens boys were m,ost welcome, repairing any thing 
and everything around that needed their attention. They traveled all over the western states, making their 
living in Idaho, Utah, and the western parts of the surrounding country. They were very frugal, everyone 
was very kind to them, and during these years of travel, theymade numerous friends who were always awaiting 
their return, especially in the far out sections of the sparcely settled vallies where repair experts were badly 
needed. They amassed a great deal of money from, their venture. William was the most mechanically 
minded, and while he spent his time with watches and clocks and machinery, Joseph would make his living 
selling books. 

William and Joseph learned to weave beautiful baskets, which they also sold. They were both very 
religiously minded; Joseph married first Sarah Elizabeth Butterfield, she died and he md 2nd Elizabeth Ellis. 
They settled in Idaho. 

William decided that with part of the money he had saved, he would make one great effort to attempt 
to restore his vision. He investigated, and learned of a fine surgeon, an eye specialist in London, so alone 



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he traveled to England in the hopes something could be done. He went to the Mormon headquarters in London 
and was sent to the home of Joseph Eardley where Mr. Erdley's daughter, Mary Ann, was assigned to be his 
guide while in London. The Dr. regretfully found he could do nothing to restore William's sight and so Wm. de- 
cided to return to America. 

Joseph Erdley's family numbered twelve. They were very anxious to go to America and William Owens 
offered to pay the travel expenses of two of the family. It was decided to have Joseph Erdley and daughter 
Mary Ann return with him and make preparations to send for the remaining family at a later date. Soon after 
their arrival in Utah, Mary Ann became the bride of William Owens, the 26th of September 1888. They then 
settled in Smithfield, Utah. Here Williamsettled down and worked at his trade of repairing watches and 
clocks and loaning money out at interest. He owned his own home and had a horse he would saddle and ride 
for enjoyment. 

They latei moved to Pocatello, Idaho and William hired a man to build him a home there. He was not 
satisfied with the man's work, and decided to do the building of his home himself. When the home was 
finished he put in all the plumbing for the bathroom and kitchen and did all the finishing of the wood work. 
It was marvelous the precise way this home was built and finished. 

In 1898 William Owens moved with his family to PocateUo, Idaho where he went into the mercantile 
business after buying a spacious buQding at 547 North Cleveland (now Main Street). His living quarters were 
in the same building along the north side and the upper floor. Having need of a door-bell to call him when 
customers came to the store, he made a "wet cell" battery with acid and zinc in a fruit jar and connected it 
with wiring which he himself had installed, so a bell would ring whenever the front door opened. This was 
before electricity had been known in Pocatello. Ten years later he sold the store and moved to an 80 acre 
farm at Goshen, near Shelly, Idaho. This venture was unsuccessful and he returned to Pocatello where he 
again owned and operated a grocery store. 

A few years ago, Eva Owens Jorgenson, while visiting in Smithfield, met an old timer of the town. He 
took her out to a row of trees that had been planted by her father W illiam so evenly and straight upon his land 
so many years ago which stand today as an achievement of perfection, planted without sight by her father who 
made the success throughout his life by ingenuity and perserverance. William Owens was a man of many 
accomplishments. He was very religiously minded. He played the organ, piano, accordian and violin for the 
community dances. He and his wife were the parents of six children. He died the 17th of July 1923 at age 
seventy. 

It was the privilege of this researcher to visit the home of Joseph Owens a few years before his death. It 
was wonderful to watch him as he would go around the room. In answer to relatives we wished to know about 
to gather Arizona Material, he walked across the room, picked up a high chair, went to the north-east corner 
of the kitchen and climbed up and on top of the cupboard, took down a large box, brought it down, and went 
to the table and rummaged through the papers and brought a letter he had just received the month before after 
feeling the different envelopes and said, "This is a letter I received from cousin Margaret Baird that may give 
you the information you wish. " He passed the letter over to be read. How astonishing. It seemed he could 
see without eyes. He passed away March 16th 1943 at age eighty-three years. 

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ALLEN 

(Rial T. 4 - William Bird 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 
157. RIAL ALLEN, b 16 January 1858 at Rea, Missouri, son of William Bird and America (Adams) Allen, d 

27 May 1927 at Whitesville, Missouri and is buried there. Md Mary Briggs, b 3 July 1862 at Whitesville 

and d May 1928. 

Children: (all born in Rea, Missouri) 

John C. Allen, b 3 March 1880. 

ClatoB. Allen, b 23 October 1881, d 1963. 

GroverB. Allen, b 9 October 1884, md Ethel Dunlap. 

KelcyA. Allen, b 1889. 

Elgin Allen, b 1890. 

Ulva Allen, b 1891, d 1943, md Vern Smith. 

Record of Grover B. Allen, Rea, Mo. 

record sent by Marvin W. Allen, Mo. 



ALLEN 



(Grover B. 5 - Rial T. '4 - William Bird 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

GROVER B. ALLEN , b 9 October 1884 at Rea, Missouri, son of Rial T. and Mary (Briggs) Allen, md Ethel 

Dunlap, b 1881 at Guilford, Missouri, d 1937 at St. Joseph, Missouri. 

Children: 

Marvin W. Allen, b 1 April 1908 at Guilford, Missouri, md 23 January 1933 Ethel Whitson. 
William Bufotd Allen, b 16 October 1909 at St. Joseph, Missouri, md Harriet Bibb. 
America Louise Allen, b 15 May 1922 at St. Joseph, Missouri, md Glen Faulkner. f. • 

Marvin W. Allen record. 



ALLEN 



(Marvin W. 6 - Grover B. 5 - Rial T. 4 - WUliam Bird 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

MARVIN W. ALLEN , b 1 April 1908, son of Grover B. and Ethel (Dunlap) Allen, md 23 January 1933 at 

St. Joseph, Missouri Ethel M. Whitson, b 23 January 1904 at Savannah, Missouri. 

Children: 



Beverly Sue Allen, b 23 February 1941 



Family record. 



May 8, 1967 



Dear Mrs. M. B. Allen; 



My grandfather's full name was Rial Thompson Allen. He married Mary Briggs and their children and 
grandchildren are as follows: 

John C. Allen, born 3 March 1880 md Mamie Turner. 
Children: JohnC. Allen, Jr. 
George Allen 

Clato B. Allen, born 23 October 1881, md Nellie Hobson. 
Children: Dwane Allen 
Loren Allen 
Robert Allen 



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Grover B. Allen, born 9 October 1884, md Ethel Dunlap. 
Children: Marvin W. Allen 

William Buford Allen 
America Louise Allen Faulkner 

Kelcy A. Allen, born 24 February 1889, md Anna Griffin. 
Child: Alpha Allen 

Elgin Allen, born 8 February 1890, md George Smith 
Children: Kelcy Smith 
Nelson Smith 
Mary Leona Smith Haldiman 

Ulva Allen, born 8 December 1891, md Vern Smith. 
Children: EstilV. Smith 

Olava Smith Brown 



Due to my wife's illness, she being under a doctors care, I was unable to get a picture of Rial T. Allen's 
gravestone. 



Hoping the above information will be of some help to you, I am. 



Sincerely yours. 



(signed) Marvin W. Allen 
105 East Benton 
Savannah, Missouri 



ALLEN 

(Waldon Gilmore 4 - Wm. Bird 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

156. WALDON GILLMORE ALLEN, b 19 May 1849 in Pulaski, Kentucky, d 3 AprQ 1929 at Huntswell, Kansas, 

son of WilUam Bird and America (Adams) Allen, md 1 January 1871 at Guilford, Missouri Ellen Clemmons, 

b 18 February 1852 in Andrew County, Missouri, d 8 May 1935 at Huntswell, Kansas, daughter of E. 

William Clemmons and Sarah Ann (Hensley) Clemmons. 



Children: (all born at Whiteville, Missouri) 

431. Ida Bell Allen, b 20 October 1872, md Marion Birdsell. 

432. Lillie Dell Allen, b 9 February 1876, md Robert Taylor. 

433. Charles H. Allen, b 8 April 1878, md Alice Noble. 



Ida Bell Allen Birdsell family record. 
Census record, Andrews Co, Mo. 



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(Rial 4 - Wm. Bird 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

RIAL ALLEN , b 16 July 1851 at Whitesville, Missouri, d 20 May 1927, son of William Bird and America 
(Adams ) Allen, md 19 November 1876 Mary Cornelius Briggs. b 3 July 1855, d 3 July 1929, daughter 
of William C. and Susan E. (Clemmons) Briggs. 

Children: (all born in Andrews County, Missouri) 

William Allen, b September 1877, d in infancy. 
John C.Allen, b 22 March 1880, md Mamie Turner. 
Clato B. Allen, b 23 October 1881, md Mellie Hobson. 
Grover B. Allen, b 9 October 1884, md Ethel Dunlap. 
Kelcy A. Allen, b 24 February 1888, md Anna Griffith. 
Elgin M. Allen, b 8 February 1890, md George Smith. 
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ALLEN 

(John 4 - Rufus Thompson 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

162. JOHN ALLEN, b 23 July 1841 at Somerset, Kentucky, d 6 February 1922 at Macomb, Illinois, son of 
Rufus Thompson Allen and his wife Rhoda (Adams) Allen, md 12 February 1874 at Bushnell, Illinois Mary 
Lucinia Derby, b 29 November 1853 at Brimfield, Illinois, daughter of Jerome Fawcet and Lucina Jerusha 
(Wyman) Derby. John died 6 February 1922. 

440. Rosa Bell Allen, b 13 December 1874, md Oscar J. Thompson. 

441. Daisy May S. Allen, b 10 November 1876, md Harvey McCuUey. 

442. Bessie Irene Allen, b 14 November 1882, md Orlin B. Read. 

ALLEN 

(James 4 - Rufus Thompson 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

163. JAMES ALLEN , b 18 February 1843 at Somerset, Kentucky, d 27 April 1908 at Macomb, Illinois, son of 
Rufus Thompson and Rhoda (Adams) Allen, md 18 February 1869 at Mound, Illinois Phrosine Manley, b 
16 January 1851 in Fulton County, Illinois, d 11 February 1935 at Macomb, daughter of Ross and 
Phrosine (M. Humphrey) Manley. 

Children: (all born in McDonough County, Illinois) 

443. Carl Allen, b 29 January 1879, d infant. 

444. Ross M. Allen, b 22 March 1871, md Mary E. Grey. 

445. Louis H. Allen, b 3 November 1869, md Nellie Hinman. 

446. Berniece E. Allen, b 14 August 1882, md Roy A, Carrison. 



186. 

INGRAM 

(Mary Elizabeth 4 - Rufus Thompson 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 
164. MARY ELIZABETH ALLEN , b 19 November 1846 at Somerset, Kentucky, d 26 March 1923 at Macomb, 

Illinois, daughter of Rufus Thompson and Rhoda (Adams) Allen, md 9 February 1871 at Mound, Illinois 

William Ingram, b 2 February 1848 at Hagerstown, Maryland, d 28 October 1930, son of Evan and Mary 

(Wilson) Ingram. 

Children: 

Allen T. Ingram, b 9 February 1879, d 1 March 1898, md Maud Keener. 
Jesse Lee Ingram, b 23 April 1887, md Lee White. 

ROY 

(Nancy Isabell 4 - Christopher Harris 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

169. NANCY ISABELL ALLEN ,, b 1862 at Gentry County, Missouri, daughter of Christopher Harris and Rebecca 
Jane (Jasper) Allen, md Thomas Dunham Roy, her 2nd cousin, b 28 December 1858, d 13 November 1927, 
son of Leonard and Frankey (Allen) Roy, md 15 March 1885. 

Children: 

Collin McCaslin Roy, b 16 November 1885, md 7 April 1907 Mae Staton. 
Chloe Lois Roy, b October 1894 at Darlington, Missouri, md Chester Cole. 

HENDRICKS 

(Alice 4 - John 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

170. ALICE ALLEN, b 2 August 1864 at Somerset, Kentucky, daughter of John Newton and Mary Catherine 
(Jasper) Allen, md Andy Hendricks. Andy died and she md 2nd Mack Higgins. 

Children: (Andy Hendricks) 

Albert Hendricks. 

Vada Mae Hendricks, md a Porton. 

Arthur Hendricks. 

Children: (Mack Higgins) 

Charles Higgins. 
Anna Higgins, 
Alma Higgins. 



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(George 4 - John Newton 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

GEORGE ALLEN , b 11 February 1861 at Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, son of John Newton and Mary 

Catherine (Jasper) Allen, md 11 January 1889 Precilla Barker, (or Barber) 

Children: 

Leila Allen, md a Ware. 

Wilmuth Allen. 

Kenneth Allen. 

Helen Allen, md New 

Samuel Allen. 

Margaret Allen, md Vaughn. 

Monta Allen. 

Golda Allen. 

Mary Catherine Jasper Allen record, 
Somerset, Kentucky. 



ALLEN 

(John David 4 - John Newton 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

172. JOHN DAVID ALLEN , b 12 February 1871 at Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky, son of John Newton and 
Mary Catherine (Jasper) Allen, md 13 March 1896 Nellie Morris. 

Children: 

455. Woodie Allen 

456. Herbert Allen, (twin). 

457. Hershel Allen, (twin). 

458. Cecil Allen. 

459. J. T. Allen. 

Somerset, Pulaski records. 



LAW HORN 

(Flora 4 - John N. 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 
173. FLORA ALLEN , b 16 January 1879, mdlstj. 



W. Lawhorn, md2ndj. D. Chetwood, daughter of John 



Newton and Mary Catherine (Jasper) Allen, b Somerset, Kentucky. 

Children: 

Earl B. Lawhorn. 



ALLEN 

(Everett 4 - John N. 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 
174. EVERETT ALLEN , b 17 October 1881, son of John Newton and Mary Catherine (Jasper) Allen, md in 1900 

Rosetta Morris. 

Children: 



460. Robert Allen. 

461. David Allen. 

462. Pearl Allen. 

There were also two infant boys. 



Above records given by the Allen family 
to M. B. Allen in 1933 from an inter- 
view. (1934) 



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Very little is known of the descendants of Waldon Gilmore Allen. One record sent is quite complete 
and shows Bell married to George A Irvine. 

IRV2^E 

(Isabell (Bell) 4 - Waldon Gilmore 3- David 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
177. ISABELL (3ELL) ALLEN , b 28 March 1853 at Pulaski, Kentucky, d 12 September 1894, daughter of Walden 

Gilmore and Susan (Jasper) Allen, md 7 November 1869 George Irvine, b 15 April 1845 at Somerset, 

Kentucky and d 8 March 1902, son of Alexander and Jane A. (Dye) Irvine. 

Children: (all born at Somerset, Pulaski County, Kentucky) 

Alexander Irvine, b 15 May 1870, md 1st Lilly Newall, md 2nd Liza Wesley. 

Clerinda Irvine, b 25 December 1871, d 1871, 

James M Irvine, b 24 November 1862, md Odella Eastham. 

Andrew J. Irvine, b 12 April 1876, md 1st Liza Wesley, md 2nd Ellen Dunham, md 3rd Laura Whitat. 

Ida S. Irvine, b 23 December 1877, md Charles Phelps. 

George A. Irvine, b 8 January 1879, md Olie Newell 21 February 1906. 

Cornelia Irvine, b 14 February 1831, d 22 October 1893. 

Ella or Luella Irvine, b 12 January 1883, md Dye Gadley 26 March 1902. 

John Sherman Irvine, b 21 June 1885, md Ethel Hudson. 

Eddy Layion Irvine, b 20 June 1887, md Tina E. Taylor 7 August 1919. 

Cora Lee Irvine, b 17 October 1889, md Chatlie Hood 3 October 1909, she d 23 August 1934. 



Fred E. Irvine, b 4 February 1892. 
Infant, b 20 April 1894, d infant. 



Irvine family Bible, Somerset court 
house. 



Oscaloosa, Kansas 
June 1927 



Dear Mrs. Allen: 



As you were inquiring particularly about CICERO and ALICE ALLEN, I do not know if I gave you what few 
details I know about them You state families No. 71 and 179. 

Cicero Allen born in 1858 at Somerset, Ky. married his 2nd cousin Alice Allen, b 1861. You have their 
parents correct his father was Samuel P. Allen whose wife was Louisa Cooper and Samuel was the son of David 
and Patsy (Harris) Allen. Alice, sometimes called "Ann" was the daughter of Voluntine and Mildred (Saunders) 
Allen. 

Cicero had a large family, quite scattered but most of them settled in Kansas. Samuel V. b 5 November 
1883 at Meridian Kansas, where they had settled, md Ethel Galbreath, b 7 June 1893. Their son Cleveland 
Allen went to Kansas City, Mo. and had a large family. Mamy Allen, whose 2nd husband was George Brown 
were of Oscaloosa and had one child. Anna Bell Allen md Percy Reese and they have two children. Rebecca 
married a man named VanDiver. There were no children. Lee Allen went to Alaska. Lou Allen settled in 
Douglas County Kansas and had a large family. Julia Allen md Harold Skeets and had one child. William 
Allen married a lady whose name was "Goldie", don't know her last name but they settled in Williamstown, 
Kansas and there were five children. 

It is sad when the families who leave their place of birth get so scattered and relatives lose all track of 
them during the hustle and bustle of life. 

This is about all I can tell you. 

Sincerely, 

(signed) John Allen 



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ALLEN 

(Cicero 4 - Samuel P. 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 

179. CICERO ALLEN , b 1853 (one record says 1858) at Somerset, Kentucky, son of Samuel and Louisa (Cooper) 
Allen, md his cousin Alice Allen, no- 71 this sketch, daughter of Voluntine and Mildred (Saunders) Allen, 
b 1861 at Somerset. 

Children: 

463. Samuel Voluntine Allen, b 5 November 1883, md Ethel Galbreth. They had five children. This family 

went to Meridian, Jefferson, Kansas. 

464. Cleveland Allen, md and had a large family, went to Kansas City, Missouri. 

465. Annie Bell Allen, md George Brown, moved to Oskaloosa, Kansas, Marion, Kansas. 

466. Rebecca Allen, moved to Kiro, Missouri. 

467. Mamey Allen, md George Brown, moved to Oskaloosa, Kansas. 

468. Lee Allen, went to Alaska. 

469. Lou Allen, moved to Douglas County, Missouri, had a large family. 

470. Julia AUen, md Harold Skeets, 1 child. 

471. William Allen, md Goldie , had 5 children, moved to Williamstown, Kansas. 



ALLEN 

(Samuel Voluntine 5 - Cicero 4- Samuel P. 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 
463. SAMUEL VOLUNTINE ALLEN , b 5 November 1883 above md Ethel Galbreath, b 4 June 1893, daughter 

of James Galbreath. 

Children: 

Samuel V. Jr., b 18 August 1920 at Jefferson County, Kansas. 

Otto Wade Allen, b 4 July 1922. 

Annabella Allen, b 27 January 1924. 

Wanda Mae Allen, b 21 December 1928. 

Harold Lawrence Allen, b 3 October 1930 at Meridian, Kansas. 

ROY 

(Archilles Jasper 4 - Frankey Allen 3 -Samuel Jr. 2 - Samuel 1) 

184. ARCHILLES JASPER ROY , son of Leonard and Frankey (Allen) Roy, b 21 February 1839, d 24 June 1924, 
md 12 March 1872 Mournan Frances Duncan, b 6 July 1857, daughter of Burrell and Nancy (Baker) 
Duncan. He was the driver of a government supply train with Johnson's Army to Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Children: 

Nancy Rebecca Roy, genealogist and teacher. 

Charles Leonard Roy, b 22 May 1895. md Georgia ZoUars 6 December 1917 

BOAZ 

(Nancy Allen 4 - Frankey 3 - Samuel Jr. 2 - Samuel 1) 
186. NANCY ALLEN ROY , b 6 July 1840, d 19 July 1900, md 1st Monroe Boaz, md 2nd Willian Henry Miller, 
daughter of Leonard and Frankey Spears (Allen) Roy. 

Children: (Monroe Boaz) 

Flora Boaz, b 16 November 1859, d 27 July 1861. 

Mollie Boaz, b 13 January 1862, d 8 May 1863. 

Rosemond Boaz, b 16 March 1864, d 4 August 1869. 

Richmond Boaz, b 2 February 1865, d 30 March 1930, md Sarah Erma Wilson. 



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Monroe Thomas Boaz, b 23 November 1867, d 29 October 1931, md Cora Harrington 1892. 
Annie Maud Boaz. 

Children: (William Henry Miller) 

Frances Elizabeth Miller, b 4 July 1872 at Gentry ville, Missouri, md 7 February 1894 Edward Davis 
Duncan, b 16 October 1859, d 31 July 1928. Moved to Phoenix, Arizona and were well known citrus 
growers. 

Annie Maud Miller, b 15 October 1873, md Horace LeRay Johnson 14 February 1893 of Winston, Missouri, 
children: Zella and Alma Johnson. 

Jacob Allen Miller, b 29 May 1877, md Anna Bryant 11 November 1903. 

Rosalie Daisy Miller, b 27 January 1880, md Horace Briant 8 February 1899, Jamestown. Missouri. 

LARSEN 

(Mary Ermine Roy 4 - Frankey Allen 3- Samuel Jr. 2 - Samuel 1) 

187. MARY ERMINE ROY , b 20 March 1846, d 16 April 1926, md 2 August 1884 William Larsen. She was 
the daughter of Leonard and Frankey (Allen) Roy. 

Children: 

Son, d infant, Irving, Oregon. 
William Larsen, b about 1890. 

CROWE 

(Rebecca Jane Roy 4 - Frankey Allen 3 - Samuel Jr. 2 - Samuel 1) 

188. REBECCA JANE ROY , b 6 March 1849, d 12 February 1898, daughter of Leonard and Frankey (Allen) 
Roy, md 23 December 1868 Charles Crowe. 

KIRKPATRICK 

(Allie Ann Roy 4 - Frankey Allen 3 - Samuel Jr. 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

189. ALLIE ANN ROY , b 25 August 1854, daughter of Leonard and Frankey (Allen) Roy, md John M. 
Kirkpatrick 6 November 1879. Her home was Darlington, Missouri. 

Children: 

Frederick L. Kirkpatrick, b 20 August 1880. 

Charles Thomas Kirkpatrick, b 14 December 1882, md 25 November 1908 Bessie L. Rigney. 

John Allen Roy Kirkpatrick, b 29 March 1885, md Bertha Lee Gillespie 1907. 

Floy Kirkpatrick, b 31 July 1887. d 16 November 1887. 

Ursula Maud Kirkpatrick, b 28 December 1889, md Harold C. Hogue 19 May 1914. 

Richard Graham Kirkpatrick, b 17 December 1894, md Nelly Bly Cochran 16 October 1914. 

Genealogy of Nancy Reba Roy, "Roys 
of Virginia. " 

ROY 

(Thomas Duncan Roy 4 - Frankey Allen 3 - Samuel Jr. 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

190. THOMAS DUNHAM ROY , b 28 December 1856, d 13 November 1927 at Darlington, Missouri, son of 
Leonard and Nancy S. (Allen) Roy. md 15 March 1885 Nancy Isabell Allen, b about 1862, daughter of 
Christopher Harris and Catherine (Jasper) Allen, no. 169 of this record. 

Children: (born at Darlington, Missouri) 

Collins M. Roy, b 16 November 1885, md May A. Staton 7 April 1907. 
Chloe Lois Roy, b 13 November 1894, md Chester Cole 5 April 1911. 

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(Virginia Frances Roy 4 - Frankey Allen 3 - Samuel Jr. 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

191. VIRGINLA FRANCES ROY , b 20 May 1860, daughter of Leonard and Frankey S. (Allen) Roy, md 9 
October 1884 George Thom.as Pike, she d 26 May 1928. 

Children: 

Oliver McCaslin Pike, b 5 July 1885, md Verda Alexander 22 September 1907. 

Cleo Allen Pike, b 14 March 1887, md 5 November 1916 at Darlington, Missouri Leona Hathaway. 

Keam Comm.ins Pike, b 28 November 1895, md 24 November 1920 Agnes Whitmore. 

Reba Roy genealogy. 

GARTIN 

(Martha Roy 4 - Frankey Allen 3 - Samuel Jr. 2 - Samuel 1) 

192. MARTHA JOSEPHINE ROY , b 16 January 1862, d 7 March 1931, md James Griffin Gartin or Garlen. 

Children: 

Orval A. Gartin, b 26 November 1880, md Dora Edna Lewis 25 December 1906. 
Clyde E. Gartin, b 9 August 1885, md Ethel Imogene Colyer 12 February 1913. 



Descendants of JOHN JULIUS ALLEN (No. 67) 
ALLEN 

(Albert Elmo 5 - John Julius 4 - Voluntine 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

247. ALBERT ELMO ALLEN , b 23 July 1876 at Somerset, Kentucky, d September 1907, son of John Julius and 
Alice (Gragg) Allen, md Lela Van Hook. 

Children: 

Jesse Allen, md Lewis Catchum, lives in Springfield, Ohio. 
Elizabeth Allen, d 30 June 1934, md John Gragery. 

James Allen, md Gertrude . 

Mildred Allen, lives in New York City. 

ESHOLM 

(Minnie Lee Allen 5 - John Julius 4 - Voluntine 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

248. MINNIE LEE ALLEN , b 3 October 1879 at Pulaski, Kentucky, daughter of John Julius and Nicy E. (Doss) 
Allen, md May 1914 Robert Clayton Esholm, b 4 July 1871 Jefferson, Kansas, son of George and 
Chatum Esholm . 

Children: 

Elle Gene Esholm, b 10 January 1917. 
Allena Esholm, b 23 May 1919. 

John Julius Allen letters. 

EVERETT 

(Mallie 5 - John Julius 4 - Voluntine 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
250. MALLIE ANN ALLEN , b 27 August 1881 at Somerset, Kentucky, daughter of John Julius and Nicy Ellen 

(Doss) Allen, md 18 March 1903 Carey Owen Everett, b at Jefferson, Kansas, son of Thomas and Mary 

(Hyptchinaan) Everett. 

Children: 

Mildred Lee Everett, b 10 June 1905 at Rice County, Kansas, md August 1927 Albert Anderson. 

John Julius Allen record. 



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EVERETT 

(Mary Alice Allen 5 - John Julius 4 - Voluntine 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

251, MARY ALICE ALLEN , b 26 April 1885, daughter of John Julius and Nicy Ellen (Doss) Allen, md Daniel 
Vernon Everett, b in Ohio, son of Thomas and Mary (Heyptchiman) Everett. 

Children: 

Helen Everett, b May 1916. 
Doris Everett, b January 1918. 

PAYNE 

(Tena Ellen Allen 5 - John Julius 4 - Voluntine 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

252. TENA ELLEN ALLEN , b 14 November 1884, daughter of John J. and Nicy E. (Doss) Allen, md 6 January 
1909 William Allen Payne, b 9 August 1883, son of Timothy and Martha (Biggs) Payne. 

Children: 

Ruth Ellen Payne, b 24 December 1925 at Topeka, Kansas. 

Above record from Tena and John Julius 
Allen, letters written to M, B. Allen. 



Descendants of FRANCIS MARION and MARY KIMBALL (BURNHAM) ALLEN (No. 115) 
WEBB 

(Harriet Evelyn 5 - Francis M. 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

261. HARRIET EVELYN ALLEN , b 25 March 1874 at Lewiston, Cache County, Utah, daughter of Francis Marion 
and Mary Kimball (Burnham) Allen, d 29 July 1948 at Los Angeles, California, md 11 October 1893 
Francis Adelbert Webb, b 23 December 1879 at Fillmore, Utah, d 7 February 1962, son of Francis Adelbert 
and Isabella (Callister) Webb. 

Children: 

Isabella Webb, b about 1895, d 1905. 

Record of Lula Janette Neilson. 

ALLEN 

(Charles Rial Allen 5 - Francis M. 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

262. CHARLES RIAL ALLEN , b 19 February 1876, d 23 November 1919, son of Francis Marion and Mary Kimball 
(Burnham) Allen, md 1 March 1897 Rachel Thompson, b 24 September 1878, d 22 July 1943, daughter of 
Mansel Hardy and Sarah Ann (Thompson) Thompson. After the death of Charles Rial Allen, she md 2nd 
Justis Skidmore. 

Children: 

475. Francis Marion Allen, b 18 May 1899, d October 1946, md 6 December 1923 Olive Love Sagers. 

476. Mansel Hardy Allen, b July 1900, md 3 December 1924 Leah (Lea) Thorpe. 

477. Annie Laurie Allen, b 9 June 1902, md 19 November 1920 Clement Lewis. 

478. Charles Rial Allen, b 11 April 1904, md 2 October 1929 Agness Emoret Shields. 

479. Evelyn Allen, b 6 May 1906, md 12 December 1924 Curtis Adamson Shields. 

480. Ethel Allen, b 6 May 1908, md 2 May 1932 Samuel Ray Western. 

481. William Carol Allen, b 15 December 1909, md 15 December 1941 Essie Royter. 

482. Leah Rachel Allen, b 4 March 1912, md 12 January 1933 William Alonzo Mortensen. 

483. Florence Allen, b 9 January 1914, d 4 May 1931 unmarried. 

484. Isabelle Allen, b 30 December 1915, md 15 June 1934 Thomas Butler Allred. 

485. Ruby Allen, b 7 February 1919, md 20 January 1939 Duane Lennox Bishop. 

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ALLEN 

(John Herbert 5 - Francis M. 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

263. JOHN HERBERT ALLEN , b 16 November 1879. d 5 May 1962, son of Francis Marion and Mary Kimball 
(Buinham) Allen, md 1 December 1898 Hulda Lewis, b 15 April 1880, daughter of James Hardy and wife 
Hulda (Solomon) Lewis. 

Children: (born at Taylor, Navajo County, Arizona) 

485. Owen Woodruff Allen, b 28 August 1899, md 29 May 1925 Adah Elmor Pomroy. 

486. Hulda Allen, b 16 September 1901. d 10 December 1914, 

487. John Herbert Allen, b 19 or 1 August 1903, md 19 December 1929 LaVon Reidhead. 

488. Glen Burnham Allen, b 26 December 1905, md 1 May 1946 Charlotte Shumway. 

489. Grace Allen, b 25 December 1907, md 2 April 1930 John Ralph Reidhead. 

490. Paul Wendell Allen, b 6 January 1912, md 22 January 1948 Edna Sibyl Whipple. 

491. Vivian Allen, b 30 October 1914, md 24 December 1935 Joseph Alma Neff. 
Josie Allen, b 14 November 1916, d infant. 

492. Mary Louise Allen, b 2 August 1920, md 27 September 1940 Lowell Rogers Pierce. 

Record of Paul W. Allen, Neff record, 
funeral brochure. 

JENSEN 

(Mahala 5 - Francis Marion 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

264. MAHALA ALLEN , b 28 July 1885 at Pine, Gila, Arizona, d 5 May 1957 in California, daughter of Francis 
Marion and Mary Ki.mball (Burnham) Allen, md 29 December 1903 Leonard Peter Jensen, b 9 July 1878 
at Toquerville, Utah, d 10 August 1945 at Winslow, Arizona, son of John Peter and Catherine (Steele) 
Jensen. 

Children: (Navajo County, Arizona.) 

Ora Jensen, b 2 October 1904 (5), md 11 June 1925 William Fertig. 

Vera Jensen, b 31 July 1906, md Menlo Greer. 

Frank Sly Jensen, b 7 November 1910, md Clara Slade. 

Pearl Jensen, b 8 May 1912, md Claude G. Gardner. 

Leonard Clyde Jensen, b 8 November 1914, md Wilma Worthington. 

Record of Mrs . C lif f ord L . Neilson, 
Arcadia, California. 

NEILSON 

(Lula Janette 5 - Francis Marion 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
266. LULA JANETTE ALLEN , b 7 May 1892 at Snowflake, Arizona, daughter of Francis Marion and Mary 

Kimball (Burnham) Allen, md 24 December 1913 Clifford Lee Neilson, b 16 May 1891, son of Olef and 

Mary (Halvorsen) Neilson, 

Children: 

Keith Allen Neilson, b 11 July 1915 at Salt Lake City, Utah, md 7 June 1940 Sarah Brown. 

Record of Lula J. Neilson, Arcadia, 
California. 



196. 



NEILSON 

(Keith Allen 6 - Lola 5 - Francis Marion 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

266a. KEITH ALLEN , b 11 July 1915, son of Clifford Leo and Lula Janette (Allen) Neilson, md 7 June 1940 

Sarah Brown, b 26 February 1917 at Logan, Utah, daughter of Joseph and Effie (Hawkes) Brown. 

Children: 

Nancy Lou Neilson, b 5 November 1942. 
Robert Keith Neilson, b 9 May 1947. 
David Scott Neilson, b 4 June 1951. 

Above records from files of Lula A. 

Neilson, Arcadia, California. 



ALLEN 

(George Davids 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

267. GEORGE DAVIDS ALLEN , b 20 October 1868 at Draper, Utah, d 11 June 1937 at Twin Falls, Idaho, son 

of Samuel Jackson and Caroline Marie (Davids) Allen, md 9 August 1888 Louisa Adelaide Btower, b 28 

December 1871 at Richmond, Cache County, Utah, d 3 March 1965 in Idaho, daughter of Ariah Russey 

and Audeca (Gee) Brower. 



Children: 

Lewis George Allen, b 30 September 1889, d 1 September 1961, md Clara Glover. 

Lynna Louisa Allen, b 31 January 1891, d 30 March 1954, md 12 March 1913 William Lewis Cowley. 

Earl James Allen, b 19 November 1892, d 13 September 1962, md 1 July 1919 Edna Waggner. 

Horace Alvin Allen, b 23 June 1895, d 9 January 1957, unmd. 

Arlen Brower Allen, b 12 June 1897, md 23 December 1919 Merle Beaman. 

Claude Clifford Allen, b 28 July 1899, md 15 August 1925 Hannah Laura Penfold. 

Howard Davids Allen, b 13 June 1901, md 7 June 1927 Ethel Luella Buckland. 

Verl Samuel Allen, b 27 November 1903, md 22 January 1924 Rita Pauline Cowley. 

William Ariah Allen, b 23 November 1906, md 20 June 1931 Dorothy Buckland. 

Jack Brower Allen, b 4 August 1908, md 16 August 1927 Cora LaVern Jenkins. 

Robert Gail Allen, b 4 August 1910, md Dorothy Sprague, div. 

L.D.S. Church records, record of 
George D. Allen, records of Mrs. Spencer 
R. Childs. 



Most of the families of Samuel Jackson and Caroline Marie (DAVIDS ) Allen were gathered years ago when 
she was known by the name of DAVIDS. Her Church records, baptism, and marriage records were under the 
name of Davids, which legalized the nam.e she was known by and, as such, this record correctly refers to her 
as having the surname DAVIDS . 

M. B. Allen 



Descendants of GEORGE DAVIDS and LOUISA A. (BROWER) ALLEN 
ALLEN 

(Lewis George 6 - George D. 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
267a. LEWIS GEORGE ALLEN , b 30 September 1889 at Cache County, Utah, d 1 September 1961 at Downey, 

Idaho, son of George Davids and Louisa A. (Brower) Allen, md Clara Glover b 30 June 1894 at Robin, 

Idaho, daughter of Seth Chas. and Clara (Capell) Glover. 

Children: (born in Bannock County, Idaho) 

Sarah Louise Allen, b 22 October 1916, md 6 June 1934 Alva H. Egan. 
Ralph Clayton Allen, b 31 August 1919, md 30 June 1943 Velma Edington. 



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Arlene Allen, b 17 October 1921, md 22 December 1940 James Park Lusk. 
Darrel Lewis Allen, b 15 May 1923, md August 1951 Sylvia Jean Wheeler. 
Bernice Allen, b 10 June 1929, md 15 October 1944 Earl Zane Rowe. 
Caroline Allen, b 27 May 1935, md 25 September 1954 Darrell Wharton. 

Record of Eileen A. Child. 

COWLEY 

(Lynna Louise 6- George D. 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

267b. LYNNA LOUISE ALLEN , b 31 January 1891 at Lewiston, Utah, daughter of George Davids and Louisa 
A. (Brower) Allen, d 30 March 1954 at Provo, Utah, md 12 March 1913 William Lewis Cowley, b 10 
April 1888 at Logan , Utah, d 19 August 1962 at Logan, Utah, son of James Alma and Ann (Lewis) Cowley. 

Children: 

Kathlyn Heloise Cowley, b 16 March 1914, d infant. 

Grace Cowley, b 13 May 1915, d infant. 

Donna Lou Cowley, b 18 September 1917, md 20 August 1940 Burton Reese Thorn. 

Georgia Ann Cowley, b 2 October 1919, md 20 August 1941 Doan Edward Lee. 

Eileen A. Child record. 

ALLEN 

(Earl James 6 - George D. 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

EARL JAMES ALLEN , b 19 November 1892, d 13 September 1962 at Boise, Idaho, son of George Davids 
and Louise A. (Brower) Allen, md 1 July 1919 Edna Waggner, b 15 January 1893 at Wray, Missouri, 
daughter of James Martin and Norella Waggner. 

Children: 

EarlJas. Allen Jr., b 24 May 1922, md 19 May 1951 Delore Park. 

Jean Marie Allen, b 15 August 1924, md 13 October 1944 D. B. Shrum. 

Eileen A. Child record. 

ALLEN 

Arlen Brower 6 - George D. 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

267c. ARLEN BROWER ALLEN , b 12 June 1897, son of George D. and Louise A . (Brower) Allen, md 23 Decem- 
ber 1919 Myrl Lulu Beaman, b 13 January 1902 at Loma, Colorado, daughter of William S. and Rhoda F. 
(Casper) Beaman. 

Children: 

Frances Louise Allen, b 13 February 1921, md Ross Tipton, div. 

Neil Beaman Allen, b 31 August 1923. 

Alvin Arlin Allen, b 14 March 1938, md 24 August 1963 Ruth Ann Burbank. 

ALLEN 

(Howard Davids 6 - George D. 5 - Samuel J. 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
267e. HOWARD DAVIDS ALLEN , b 13 June 1901 at Hawkins, Idaho, son of George Davids and Louisa Adelade 

(Brower) Allen, md 17 June 1927 at Rexburg, Idaho Ethel Luella Buckland, b 17 June 1907 at Archer, 

Idaho, daughter of John E. and Dorothy (Raid) Buckland. 

Children: 

Dorothy Louise Allen, b 18 June 1929, md 30 August 1951 Harry Orin Bourne. 
John Howard Allen, b 25 June 1932, md 31 October 1954 Geri DelMont, div. 
Sharon Jane Allen, b 2 July 1937, md 11 May 1957 George T. Jouflas. 

Eileen A Child record. 



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ALLEN I 

(Verl Samuel 6 - George D. 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 1 

267f. VERL SAMUEL ALLEN , b 27 November 1903 at Hawkins, Idaho, son of George Davids and Louise A. 

(Brower) Allen, md 22 February 1924 Rita Pauline Owsley, b 26 August 1905, daughter of Nathaniel S. 
and Elizabeth Ann (Gourley) Owsley. 

Children: (all born in Idaho except the last two, who were born in Washington) 

Dean Verl Allen, b 4 November 1924, md 24 August 1946 Barbara Jean Gander. 
Veda EUzabeth Allen, b 5 October 1926, md 6 September 1946 Walter Erwin Brooks. 
Don Robert Allen, b 7 December 1927. md 4 July 1950 Nancy Lee Peters, div. , md 2nd Ernestine Bashe. 
George Lawrence Allen, b 17 January 1933, d 9 April 1934. 

Ken Lee Allen, b 25 April 1935, md June 1954 Norma Jean Pitman, div. , md 2nd LuciUe Keller- 
September 1959. 
Sue Ann Allen, b 22 September 1941 md 24 October 1961 Paul E. VanValkenburg. 
Connie Rae Allen, b 20 May 1946. 

ALLEN 

(William Ariah 6 - George D. 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

267g. WILLIAM ARIAH ALLEN , b 23 November 1906 at Hawkins, Idaho, son of George Davids and Louisa A. 
(Brower) Allen, md 20 June 1931 Dorothy Jane Buckland, b 11 October 1911 at Lyman, Idaho, d 18 
November 1863 at Gooding, Idaho, daughter of John E. and Dorothy (Reid) Buckland. 

Children: 

William Reid Allen, b 19 April 1933, md 30 March 1956 Helen Gayle Reed. 
Shirley Jeanne Allen, b 2 April 1936, md 23 November 1955 Darrel John Kirsey. 

Child record. 

ALLEN 

(Jack Brower 6 - George Davids 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
267h. JACK BROWER ALLEN , b 26 February 1908, son of George Davids and Louisa A. (Brower) Allen, md 16 

August 1927 Cora LaVern Jenkins, b 16 August 1909 at Sugar House, Utah, daughter of George Ernest and 

Rosella Cora (Brown) Jenkins. 

Children: (born at Gooding, Idaho) 

Barbara Lou Allen, b 16 April 1929, md 19 December 1948 Lloyd Eugene Hammons. 
Eileen Rae Allen, b 7 December 1930. md 12 October 1955 Spencer Ray Child. 
Royal J. Allen, b 15 April 1932, d infant. 
Jack LaMar Allen, b 11 June 1933, md 4 November 1955 Barbara Dale Fausett. 

Eileen A. Child record. 

ALLEN 

(Robert Gail 6 - George Davids 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
267j. ROBERT GAIL ALLEN , b 4 August 1910 in Bannock County, Idaho, son of George Davids and Louisa A. 

(Brower) Allen, md Dorothy Sprague, b 9 April 1907. 

Children: 

Robert Bruce Allen, b October 1938, md 20 August 1960 Phillis Marjean Williams. 
Wayne Allen, b October 1940. 



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HAMMONS 

(Barbara Lee 7 - Jack Brower 6 - George D. 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
BARBARA LEE ALLEN , b 16 April 1929 at Gooding, Idaho, daughter of Jack Brower Allen and Cora 
LaVern 0enkins) Allen, md 19 December 1948 Lloyd Eugene Hammons, b 25 September 1930 at Sparta, 
Missouri, son of Frank Hammons and wife Ellen Lacy. 

Children: 

Carroll Louise Hammons, b 4 February 1950. 
Carl Allen Hammons. b 19 October 1952. 

CHILD 

(Eileen Rae 7 - Jack Brower 6 - George D. 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

EILEEN RAE ALLEN , b 7 December 1930 at Gooding, Idaho, daughter of Jack Brower and Cora LaVern 
(Jenkins) Allen, md 12 October 1955 Spencer Ray Child, b 5 March 1931 at Clinton, Utah, son of 
Leslie Lawrence and Viola (Butler) Child. 

Children: (born at Ogden, Utah) 

Denise Rae Child, b 5 July 1956. 
Kristy Lynette Child, b 19 March 1958. 
Allen "S" Child, b 17 October 1961. 
Kennen Ray Child, b 26 July 1963. 

Eileen A. ChQd records. 

ALLEN 

(Jack LaMar 7 - Jack Brower 6 - George D. 5 - Samuel J. 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
JACK LAMAR ALLEN , b 11 June 1933, son of Jack Brower and Cora LaVern (Jenkins) Allen, md 4 
November 1955 Barbara Dale Fausett, b 12 April 1934 at Price, Utah, daughter of Earl Nathaniel and 
Rosella (Woolsey) Fausett. 

Children: 

Steven LaMar Allen, b 5 July 1957 at Columbus, Georgia. 
Brenda Lynn Allen, b 15 September 1958 at Jerome, Idaho. 
Darrell Lee Allen, b 25 April 1960 at Gooding, Idaho. 
Brent Leon Allen, b 29 August 1961 at Gooding, Idaho. 
Cheryl LaRae Allen, b 28 May 1964 at Twin Falls, Idaho. 

Eileen Allen Child records 



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ALLEN 

(James Henry 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

269. JAMES HENRY ALLEN , b 20 August 1873 at Lewiston, Cache County, Utah, son of Samuel Jackson and 
Caroline (Davids) Allen, d 30 January 1960 at Los Angeles, California, md 30 December 1896 Alice 
Elizabeth Corbridge, b 8 May 1876 at Bountiful, Utah, daughter of John J. and Caroline (Holbrook) 
Corbridge. They made their home in Idaho, where he was a prominent farmer and teacher. In later 
years they made their home in California where his children also settled and became prominent citizens.. 
She d 26 December 1967 at Pico Rivera, California. 

Children: 

493. Caroline Oretta Allen, b 13 March 1897 in Wyoming, md 14 April 1921 Bernal Stewart. 

494. Denzil Corbridge Allen, b 4 April 1900 at Lewiston, Utah, md Vida Stewart Anderson. He d 4 Sep. 1967. 

495. James Glenn Allen, b 30 March 1902 at Auburn, Wyoming, md 18 June 1931 Anna May Craner. 
John Corbridge Allen, b 20 July 1904, d 1904 in Auburn, Wyoming. 

Grace Marie Allen, b 22 October 1905, d 1906 in Auburn, Wyoming. 

496. Lenna Maude Allen, b 13 July 1907 in Auburn, Wyoming, md 10 October 1935 Newel Grant Eliason. 
Utahna Marie Allen, b 29 November 1909 in Lewiston, Utah, d 16 February 1911. 

497. Samuel Keith Allen, b 12 August 1914 at Lewiston, Utah, d 19 December 1960, md 28 June 1939 Sarah 

Evelyn Capell. 

NOTE: No. 493, Carolina Oretta, md 2nd Leon Monroe Turtle 5 February 1949. 

Lewiston, Utah Church records, 
Auburn, Wyoming records, record of 
James Glenn Allen, California. 

ALLEN 

(William Arthur 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

270. WILLIAM ARTHUR ALLEN , b 9 May 1876 at Lewiston, Cache County, Utah, d 2 October 1944 at St. 
Anthony, Idaho, son of Samuel Jackson and Caroline (Davids) Allen, md 22 February 1898 Ruth May 
Blair, b 1 May 1878 at Lewiston, Utah, d 28 June 1957 at Idaho Falls, Idaho, daughter of William 
Maroni and Lovina (Haynes) Blau. 

Children: 

Samuel Edgar Allen, b 9 November 1898 at Lewiston, Utah, md April 1920 Thelma McCumber. 

Leah Lovina Allen, b 27 January 1901 at Lewiston, Utah, md 21 January 1920 Stephen George Chandler. 

Belva Dean Allen, b 3 June 1903 at Lewiston, Utah, md 23 February 1921 Frank Thos. Bithell. 

Blanch Allen, b 15 August 1905, d 6 July 1908. 

William Blair Allen, b 23 November 1907 at Sugar City, Idaho, md 16 November 1928 Vergie Eddie, 

he d 20 June 1961. 
Lena May Allen, b 28 December 1909 at Sugar City, Idaho, md 1 October 1928 Jas. Harold Russell. 
Ruth Dina Allen, b 28 April 1912 at Parker, Idaho, md 29 June 1933 Elmer Victor Engstrom. 
Gladys Allen, b 24 January 1916 at Parker, Idaho, md Clyde E. Earl. 
Onola Allen, b 1 July 1919 at Parker, Idaho, md Hal Ball. 

Record of Mrs. Leah A. Chandler, 
Price, Utah. 



Families 267 and 270 were unknown to this compiler until very recently. Had they appeared in the first 
record they would have had numbers. 



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(Samuel Edgar 6 - William Arthur 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
270a. SAMUEL EDGAR ALLEN , b 9 November 1898 at Lewiston. Utah, son of WilUam Arthur and Ruth May 
(Blair ) Allen, md in April 1920 Thelma McCumber. daughter of Ray and Oakey McCumber. 

Children: 

Verla Sophia Allen, b 14 April 1921 at Parker, Idaho, md Chas. Lewis Campen. 

son Allen. 

Emma Jean Allen, b 27 September 1924 at PocateUo, Idaho, md Stephen Oliver Howell. 

Betty Lou Allen, b 27 September 1926 at Pocatello, Idaho, md Lonnie Edwin Briggs. 

Leah A. Chandler record. 

CHANDLER 

(Leah Lovina 6 - Wm. Arthur 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
270b. LEAH LOVINA ALLEN , b 27 Januar>' 1901 at Lewiston, Utah, daughter of Wm. Arthur and Ruth May 

(Blair) Allen, md 21 February 1920 Stephen George Chandler, b 19 July 1895 in Idaho, son of Stephen 

G. Chandler. 

Children: 

Colleen Christina Chandler, b 10 October 1920, md 5 November 1944 John V. Flemming. 
Allen Stephen Chandler, b 9 October 1922, md 30 August 1945 Edna Erickson, after her death he md 
30 June 1961 Myrna Green. 

Leah A. Chandler record. Price, Utah. 

BITHELL 

(Belva Dean 6 - Arthur 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3- Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

270c. BELVA DEAN ALLEN , b 3 June 1903 at Lewiston, Utah, daughter of Wm. Arthur and Ruth May (Blair) 

Allen, md 26 February 1921 at St. Anthony, Idaho Frank Thomas Bithell, b 20 August 1896 at Tooele, 

Utah, sonofThos. and Elizabeth S. (Green) Bithell. 

Children: 

Keith Allen Bithell, b 5 December 1921 at Parker, Idaho, md 17 April 1944 Louie Myler. 

Boyd Dean Bithell, b 2 April 1924 at Salt Lake City, md June 1947 Rita Morrissley. 

Frank Thomas Bithell, b 28 July 1927 at Salt Lake City, Utah, md 20 April 1952 Joan Botero. 

Record of Leah A. Chandler, Price, 

Utah. 

ALLEN 

(Wm. Blair 6 - Wm. Arthur 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
270e. WILLIAM BLAIR ALLEN , b 23 November 1907 at Sugar City, Idaho, d 20 June 1961 at Rigby, Idaho, 

son of Wm. Arthur and Ruth May (Blair) Allen, md 16 November 1928 Vergie Eddie. 

Children: 

William Blair Allen. 
Hugh Arthur Allen. 

Leah Chandler, Price, Utah. 



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RUSSELL 

(Lena May 6 - Wm. Arthur 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - Jannes 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
270f. LENA MAY ALLEN, b 28 December 1909 at Sugar City, Idaho, daughter of Wm. Arthur and Ruth May 

(Blair) Allen, md 1 October 1929 at Logan, Utah James Harold Russell, b 12 April 1908 at Sheboygan, 

Michigan, son of George Henry and Sophia (Enson) Russell. 

Children: 

Ruth Olivene Russell, b 29 May 1930, d 12 April 1947, born at Rigby, Idaho. 

George Allen Russell, b 26 November 1931 at Rigby, Idaho, md 14 November 1953 Maureen Gabbitas. 
James Blair Russell, b 11 June 1934 at Idaho Falls, Idaho, md 10 September 1956 Vickie Selby Carter. 
Richard Robert Russell, b 12 February 1936 at Idaho Falls, Idaho, md 4 July 1957 Claudia Hall. 
Patricia Ann Russell, b 23 June 1942 at Bakersfield, California, md 2 July 1961 Michael E. Checklenis. 

Record of Leah A. Chandler, Price, 

Utah. 

ENGSTROM 

(Ruth Dina 6 - Wm. Arthur 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
270g. RUTH DINA ALLEN , b 28 April 1912 at Parker, Idaho, d 15 January 1965 at Idaho Falls, Idaho, daughter 

of Wm. Arthur and Ruth May (Blair) Allen, md 9 June 1933 Elmer Victor Engstrom, son of Victor 

Engstrom. 

Children: 

Carol Engstrom, b 5 August 1935, d 1 August 1951. 

Ida Kay Engstrom, b 27 August 1942, md 1st Roy Reynolds, div , md 2nd Jas. Gray November 1965. 

Record of Leah A. Chandler, Price, 

Utah. 

EARL 

(Gladys 6 - Wm. Arthur 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
270h. GLADYS ALLEN , b 24 January 1916 at Parker, Idaho, daughter of Wm. Arthur and Ruth May (Blair) 

Allen, md Clyde Earl who d May 1966 at Monterey, California. 

Children: 

Ardell Earl, b 11 February 1935 at Idaho Falls, Idaho. 
Dennis Earl, b 27 October 1937 at Pocatello, Idaho. 

Record of Leah A. Chandler, Price, 

Utah. 

BALL-LAY 

(Onola 6 - Wm. Arthur 5 - Samuel J. 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
2701. ONOLA ALLEN , b 1 July 1919, daughter of Wm. Arthur and Ruth May (Blair) Allen, md Hal Ball, md 
2nd Frederick Lay. 

Record of Leah A. Chandler, Price, 
Utah. 

ALLEN 

(John Julius 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
271. JOHN JULIUS ALLEN , b 20 October 1878 at Lewiston, Utah, d 18 November 1962 at St. Anthony, Idaho, 

son of Samuel Jackson and Caroline Marie (Davids) Allen, md 1 November 1899 Ada Glover, b 28 May 

1879, daughter of William and Sarah Jane (Barnes) Glover. 

Children: 



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498. Ceathel Vermont AUen, b 6 April 1900, md 2 January 1923 Pearl Alice Demey, born at Lewiston, Utah. 

499. Delva Allen, b 4 February 1902, md 22 March 1921 Joseph Lloyd Wheeler. 

500. Flossie Allen, b 27 July 1904, md 15 August 1925 John Alfred Singleton. 

501. Alda Allen, b 1 September 1906, md 3 May 1932 Cecil Dopp. 
Bryant Samuel Allen, b 1908, kUled by a horse. 
Carrie AUen, b 2 Januar>' 1912, d infant. 

502. WilUam Glover Allen, b 16 May 1914 at Parker, Idaho, md 30 May 1935 Vera Dopp. 

503. Bertrum JuUus AUen, b 31 August 1917. d 2 April 1934. 

504. Jack Conrad AUen, b 8 December 1919, md 3 November 1941 Belva M. Jeff, div. 

505. Ted James AUen. b 21 July 1922, md 3 September 1943 Helen Laurie Owens. 

506. Blanch Allen, b 31 October 1925 at St. Anthony, Idaho, md 26 December 1944 Solomon Angell. 

507. Chester Francis AUen, b 4 March 1928, md 18 July 1947 Ruth Lois Baner. 

Ada Glover AUen records. 

ALLEN 

(Francis Marion 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

272. FRANCIS MARION ALLEN , b 31 August 1880, son of Samuel Jackson and CaroUne (Davids) Allen, md 

15 November 1911 Mary Isabell Pumam, b 4 Sept. 1879. daughter of Seth and Anna Marie (Tucker) Putnam. 

Children: 

son, b 6 October 1912, d infant, 
son, b 10 March 1914, d infant. 

508. Caroline Maria Allen, b 19 September 1916, md 16 November 1940 WiUiam Albert Wood. 

509. Samuel James Allen, b 12 January 1919. 

510. Kenneth Marion AUen, b 22 March 1921. 

511. TwiUa Mae AUen, b 15 June 1923. 

512. Beth Louise AUen. b 23 March 1928. 

Caroline Allen Wood record. 

ALLEN 

(Rial Lewis 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3- Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

273. RIAL LEWIS ALLEN , b 6 September 1886 at Lewiston, Utah, son of Samuel J. and CaroUne Marie (Davids) 
Allen, md 20 January 1909 Lois Emeline Winegar, b 22 AprU 1890 at Parker. Idaho, daughter of George 
Stephen and Emeline (Parker) Winegar. 

Children: 

513. lone Emeline Allen, b 5 April 1910 at Parker, Idaho, md 6 April 1931 DalUs Henderson. ± 

514. Mabel Allen, b 29 January 1912, md 20 July 1930 Jesse Colden Sims. T 

515. SteUa Allen, b 10 November 1913, md 14 August 1932 Melboum BlackwelL 

516. Ronald Lewis Allen, b 17 September 1915, md 28 May 1943 Donna Lathem, div. 

517. Winifred Allen, b 19 September 1917, md 1st CecU John Miller, md 2nd James O. Morris. 

518. Maxine Allen, b 29 November 1919, md 20 July 1940 James Arthur Verville. 

519. Robert Wendell Allen, b 18 October 1921, md 18 AprU 1942 Lucile Tr . 

520. Kenneth Eugene Allen, b 25 March 1924 at Glen's Ferry, md Vionie Lorene Richards. 

521. Howard Lynn Allen, b 19 September 1928. 

522. Niel Stephen Allen, b 22 September 1930, md 27 July 1950 Beverly Fern Curtis. 

AUen-Winegar record. 



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HYDE 

(Caroline Amelia 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
274. CAROLINE AMELIA ALLEN , b 18 September 1889 at Lewiston. Cache County. Utah daughter of Samuel 
Jackson and Caroline Marie (Kochen Davids) Allen, md 23 October 1908 Rosel Patison Hyde, b 31 
December 1884. d 5 January 1961 at Rupert Idaho, son of Austin Cowlesand Mary Melissa (Griffeth) 
Hyde. 

Children: (born at Auburn. Lincoln, Wyoming) 

Erma Hyde, b 29 November 1909, md 4 November 1930 Ivan Lorenzo Johnson. 

Thelma Hyde b 19 October 1911, md 16 November 1937 Veldon Wheeler Jones. 

Wanda Hyde, b 21 July 1913. d 31 July 1947. unmd. 

Allen Avard Hyde, b 25 July 1915 d 1 February 1950. md 16 November 1937 Doris Saraminta Bunker. 

Clifford Cowles Hyde, b 3 Septem.ber 1917. md 20 December 1946 Ada Janettie Walters. 

Rosel Lee Hyde, b 8 August 1920. d 20 January 1921. 

Arlo Gale Hyde, b 20 October 1924, md 24 November 1956 Rebecca Violet Lancaster. 

Rosel Patison Hyde family record. 

Research had been done on the Caroline Davids (Davis) (Kochen) genealogy. However Caroline was 
baptized in her Church and married by her Church authorities under the name of DAVIDS which legalized 
her name, and these records appear accordingly. 

M. B. Allen 

JOHNSON 

(Erma Hyde 6 - Caroline Amelia Allen 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

ERMA HYDE, b 29 November 1909 at Auburn. Wyoming, daughter of Rosel Patison and Caroline Amelia 

(Allen) Hyde, md 4 November 1930 Ivan Lorenzo Johnson, b 27 July 1909 at Downey, Idaho son of 

Charles W. and Emma Elizabeth (Pearson) Johnson. 

Children: (bom at Rupert, Idaho) 

Yvonne Johnson, b 12 July 1931. d infant. 

Deon Johnson, b 26 June 1932. 

Gary LaMar Johnson, b 25 September 1936, md 4 September 1957 Melba Jean McCann. 

Linda Gay Johnson, b 1 March 1943, md 28 May 1966 Roy Wendell May. 

Lonnie Ray Johnson, b 26 March 1946. 

JONES 

(Thelma Hyde 6 - Caroline Amelia Allen 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

THELMA HYDE , b 19 October 1911 at Auburn, Wyoming, daughter of Rosel Patison and Caroline A. 

(Allen) Hyde, md 16 November 1937 Veldon Wheeler Jones, b 12 April 1913 at Logan, Utah, son of 

P. John and Juliette (Wheeler) Jones. 

Children: (born at Murray, Utah) 

Atlene Jones, b 29 November 1939, md 24 March 1958 Thomas H. Miller. 

John Allen Jones, b 10 November 1940, d 17 April 1944. 

Sharman Bruce Jones, b 14 September 1942. md 1 July 1960 Kathy Marie Frisbey. 

Ross Veldon Jones, b 4 October 1943. 

Kenneth Lynn Jones, b 12 September 1946. 

Steven Larry Jones, b 5 April 1953. 



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HYDE 



(Allen Avard Hyde 5 - Caroline Amelia Allen 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ALLEN AVARD HYDE , b 25 July 1915 at Auburn, V\/yoming, d 1 February 1950, son of Rosel Patison and 
Caroline A. (Allen) Hyde, md 16 November 1937 at Logan, Utah Doris Bunker , b 12 October 1913 at 
Delta, Utah, daughter of Arthur and Elveve (Iverson) Bunker. She md 2nd in 1963 Sterling Johnson. 

Children: 

Leon Allen Hyde, b 20 April 1941 in Montana, md 14 November 1959 Carol Smith. 
Carolyn Hyde, b 1 January 1944, md 2nd 18 February 1965 William Isaac Morrell. 
Lillian Joanne Hyde, b 6 March 1949 at Rupert, Idaho. 

Allen-Hyde record. 



HYDE 



(Clifford Cowles Hyde 6 - Caroline Amelia Allen 5 - Samuel J. 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
CLIFFORD COWLES HYDE , b 3 September 1917 at Auburn, Wyoming, son of Rosel Patison and Caroline 
Amelia (Allen) Hyde, md 20 December 1946 Ada Jenettie Walters, b 6 August 1922 at Cayuga, New 
York, daughter of Levi John and Nina G. (Breathwait) Walters. 

Children: 

Judith Leigh Hyde, b 16 September 1947 at Denver, Colorado. 
Joyce Ann Hyde, b 8 July 1949 at Rupert, Idaho. 
Susan Louise Hyde, b 1 October 1951 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Clifford Wayne Hyde, b 28 June 1954 at Rupert, Idaho. 

Allen-Hyde record. 



HYDE 



(Arlo Gale Hyde 6 - Caroline Amelia Allen 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ARLO GALE HYDE, b 25 October 1924 at Rupert, Idaho, son of Rosel Patison and Caroline A. (Allen) 
Hyde, md 24 November 1946 Violet Rebecca Lancaster, b 19 September 1930 at Smoot, Wyoming, 
d 13 March 1960, daughter of Robert T. and Ella Harriett (Crook) Lancaster. 



Children: 

Patricia Hyde, b 25 May 1959. 



Allen-Hyde record. 



ALLEN 

(Conrad Sophus Allen 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
274a. CONRAD SOPHUS ALLEN, b 28 March 1874 at Sandy, Utah, son of Samuel Jackson and Eliza Dorothy 

(David) Allen, b 19 September 1951 at Blackfoot, Idaho, md at Salt Lake City, Utah, Anne Amelia 

Anderson, b 10 May 1877 at Oslo, Norway, d 11 November 1916 at Duboise, Idaho, daughter of Charles 

and Annette (Evanson) Anderson. 

Children: 

Florence Vivian Allen, b 15 December 1900, md 1918Mikesell Jefferson. 
Carlos William Allen, b 15 September 1902, md Nellie McDowell. 
Narvel Leslie Allen, b 7 April 1904, md 20 July 1925 Marguirette Thorp. 
Glide Davis Allen, b 11 May 1906, d 1955, md 7 March 1931 Ruth Jane Smith. 
George Samuel Allen, b 12 February 1908, md July 1928 Bonnie Bosley. 

Grace Hilda Allen, b 12 August 1910, md Henry Brady Beall in September 1930, he d 1939, md 2nd 
20 December 1940 Clarence Wells. 



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Anita Dorothy Allen, b 1 August 1913, md 1930 Conway Shunaate. 
John Allen, b 1914 at Dubois, Idaho, d infant. 

Records of Maxine A. Verville, 

American Fork, Utah, Mrs. Ivan, 
Eugene, Oregon, Mrs. Joy M. 
Thomason, Mrs. R. P. Hyde, Rupert, 
Idaho. 

ALLEN 

(Carlos Wm. Allen 6 - Conrad S. 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
CARLOS WM. ALLEN , b 15 September 1902 at Salt Uke City, Utah, son of Conrad S. and Anna Amelia 
(Anderson) Allen, md Nellie May McDowell, b 25 October 1909, d 14 October 1949, daughter of Joseph 
Hampton and Minerva (Burton) McDowell. 

Children: (born at Jerome, Idaho) 

Deletes LaRaine Allen, b 2 April 1929, md 9 March 1947 Gilbert L. Dean. 
Carlos Hampton Allen, b 10 January 1933, md 1 June 1952 Darlene D. Jackson. 
Ceathel LeRoy Allen, b 11 March 1934, md 22 October 1955 Joan Mary Lamb. 
Earl Gordon Allen, b 25 March 1937, md 4 September 1960 Leota Bergens. 

ALLEN 

(Narvel Leslie Allen 6 - Conrad S. 5 - Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
NARVEL LESLIE ALLEN , b 7 April 1904, son of Conrad S. and Anne Amelia (Anderson) Allen, md 20 
July 1925 Marguiretta Thorp, b 19 July 1908 at Bliss, Idaho, daughter of Riley Blair and Edith May 
(Farrish) Thorp. 

Children: (born at Gooding, Idaho) 

Joy May Allen, b 21 March 1926, md 20 July 1945 Floyd John Thomason. 

Marjorie Winifred Allen, b 8 May 1927, md Fernando Guzman Lacy 26 August 1945, md 2nd Benj. F. 

Shepherd Jr. 24 December 1952. 
Leslie Dean Allen, b 28 February 1930, md 10 June 1949 RuthM. Christensen, md 2nd 20 February 1956 

Bernice Collingsworth. 
Gary Thorp Allen, b 24 April 1932, md 30 April 1950 Rosa Mary Boatman. 

ALLEN 

(Glide Davis 6 - Conrad S. 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel l) 
GLIDE DAVIS ALLEN , b 11 May 1906, d 10 December 1965, son of Conrad S. and Anne Amelia 
(Anderson) Allen, md March 1931 Ruth Jane Smith, b 7 April 1908 at Oakley, Kansas, daughter of 
Orville Albert and Olive (Hyskell) Smith. 

Children: (born at Bliss, I daho) 

Lee Dale Allen, b 21 November 1934, md 19 June 1955 Charlotte Ann Townsend. 
Doyle Wayne Allen, b 4 July 1936, md 5 August 1955 Carma Dorene Young. 

BEALL 

(Grade Hilda 6 - Conrad S. 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

GRACE HILDA ALLEN , b 12 August 1910, md 1st Henry Grady Beall 1 June 1930, he d 17 December 

1939, md 2nd Clarence Wells 20 December 1940, b 27 October 1907, son of George and Minnie Wells. 

Children: (Grady Beall) 

Allen Thos. Beall, b 20 March 1931, md 21 August 1961 Cornelia Magnussen. 
Henry Egbert Beall, b 23 July 1932, md 27 July 1961 Patricia Nichols. 



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Children: (Clarence Wells) 

Dixie Rae Wells, b 7 June 1942 at Gooding, Idaho, md 24 March 1960 Wayne Skidmore. 

Joy M. Thomason record, Eugene, 
Oregon. 

MARLER 

(Mahala Allen 5 - John Rial 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

275. MAHALA ALLEN , b 9 August 1876 at Lewiston, Utah, d 7 December 1947 at Mesa. Arizona, daughter 
of John Rial and Jannett (LEAVETT) Allen, md Allen Greene Marlet, b 28 October 1872 at Harrisville, 
Utah, d 5 January 1940, son of Allen and Amanda (Taylor) Marler. 

Children: 

Fendon Allen Marler, b 5 April 1898, md 1 May 1919 Margaret Judd. 
Cecil Lloyd Marler, b 15 May 1899, md Leora Elsworth. 
Martell Marler, b 27 October 1900, md 18 April 1921 Alice Lemmon. 
Lathan Jay Marler, b 3 May 1902, md 4 March 1919 Thelma Lemmon. 
Otis Earl Marler, b 3 June 1904, md 25 June 1938 Dorothy Norton. 
Artie Lee Marler, b 13 July 1906, md 1 January 1927 Edna Ruth Davis. 
Cliste May Marler, b 19 August 1907, md 27 July 1930 Robert Edwin Dunbar. 
Delia Dean Marler, b 31 May 1909, md 2 May 1931 Paul William Davis. 

Lowell Allen Marler, b 13 June 1911, md 17 April Lucile Robinson. 

Allen-Leavitt family record. 

ALLEN 

(John Rial Jr. 5 - John Rial 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

276. JOHN RIAL ALLEN , JR., b 2 April 1878, son of John Rial and Sarah Jennett (Leavitt) Allen, md 20 
September 1900 Elsie Elizabeth Bright, b 17 January 1881, d 30 August 1948 atRigby, Idaho, daughter 
of Isaac Preston and Cordelia (Brower) Bright. 

Children: 

522. Leta Allen, b 2 December 1901, d infant. 

523. Nola Dean Allen, b 19 January 1903, md 23 September 1920 Paul Alvin Dixon. 

524. Ruby Allen, b 2 November 1907, md Alfred Vernon Ball. 

Jeny Allen record. 

BERGESON 

(Anna Mabel Allen 5 - John Rial 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

277. ANNA MABEL ALLEN , b 22 August 187 9 at Lewiston, Utah d 15 February 1961, daughter of John Rial 
and Sarah Janette (Leavett) Alien, md 14 December 1898 James Bergeson, b 27 July 1876, d 30 June 
1949, son of Niels and Matilda (Jensen) Bergeson. 

Children: 

Zella Bergeson, b 3 February 1900, m.d 10 July 1925 Don Barrett. She was b at Lewiston, Utah. 

James Denzel Bergeson, b 3 January 1902 at Lewiston, Utah, md Lois Glum. 

Acel Allen Bergeson, b 17 January 1904 at Lewiston, Utah, d infant. 

Retha May Bergeson, b 29 April 1906 in Fremont County, Idaho, md 30 August 1934 Carl Seawright. 

Hana Bell Bergeson, b 15 January 1909, md 28 March 1926 Robert Palmer. 

John Reed Bergeson, b 27 April 1911 at Fremont County, Idaho, md 18 April 1928 Louise Roberts. 

Jesse Clinton Bergeson, b 2 Novem.ber 1913 at Fremont County, Idaho, md 29 October 1937 Mary Trupp. 

Linna Bergeson, b 28 December 1919 at Fremont County, Idaho, md 18 April 1938 Denzel Rhodehouse. 

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(Hyrum Allen 5 - John Rial 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

279. HYRUM ALLEN , b 24 June 1883 at Lewiston, Utah, d 1 (2) January 1940. son of John Rial and Sarah 
Jannett (Leavitt) Allen, md 12 June 1908 Isabell Naylor, b 7 May 1887, d 2 December 1966 at St. 
Anthony, Idaho, daughter of William and Lizzie (Sidoway) Naylor. 

Children: (all born at Teton, Fremont County, Idaho) 

525 . Paul Allen, b 17 August 190_, md 19 December 1931 Zola Rollins. 

526. Wayne Allen, b 25 August 19 md Vernal Staker 13 October 1932. 

527. Ruth Allen, b 27 September 1914, md 26 January 1935 Guy Fullmer. 

528. LaDean Allen, b 7 December 1925, md Tennis Haws 15 March 1943. 

Alma Donaldson Allen record. Allen- 
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DONALDSON 

(Salley Jannett Allen 5 - John Rial 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

280. SALLY JANNETT ALLEN , b 27 March 1885 at Lewiston, Utah, daughter of John Rial and Sarah Jannett 
(Leavett) Allen, md 1 November 1907 Alma Donaldson, b 21 January 1886 at Teton, Idaho, son of 
John and Mary Ann (Kent) Donaldson. 

Children: 

Allen Donaldson, b 15 August 1911, md 19 November 1945 Catherine Gates. 

Lyle Donaldson, b 21 August 1913. 

Ossie Donaldson, b 10 October 1920, md 2 June 1942 James Glen Mason. 

Bardee Donaldson, b 2 November 1926, md 20 November 1947 Hugh Lynn Jensen. 

Alma Donaldson record, Letters to 
M.B.A., Jerry Allen records. 

ALLEN 

(Jerry 5 - John Rial 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

281. JERRY ALLEN , b 8 October 1887 at Lewiston, Utah, d at Teton, Idaho, son of John Rial and Sarah 
Jannett (Leavett) Allen, md 7 July 1911 Emma Bianca Johnston, b 31 October 1889 at Teton, Idaho, 
daughter of Jacob and Sarah Sadilla (Bird) Johnston. 

Children: 

530. Mabel Winona Allen, b 28 February 1913, md 12 April 1940 Theron S. Spencer. 

531. Clifton Allen, b 30 March 1917, md 21 January 1946 Vida Valeria Hurst. 

532. Clyde LeConte Allen, b 29 September 1920. 

533. Sara Bell Allen, b 11 July 1924, md 18 December 1940 Albert D. Bayliff. 
Veldon Rae Allen, b 7 May 1928, d infant. 

Records of Alma Donaldson, letters of 
Jerry and Bianca Allen, Jerry Allen 
papers and record. 

ELLIS 

(Delia Allen 5 - John Rial 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

282. DELLA ALLEN , b 28 November 1890 at Lewiston, Utah, d 16 January 1963 at St. Anthony, Idaho, 
daughter of John Rial and Sarah Jannett (Leavitt) Allen, md 14 September 1909 William Henry Ellis, 
b 5 August 1889, son of Thomas Henry and Jane Robinson (Duncan) Ellis. 



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Children: (Family No. 282) 

Leota Allen Ellis, b 21 April 1911, md Frederick A. Flint. 

Esperiance (Espy) Ellis, b 15 January 1913, md 10 October 1931 Marvin H. Christensen. 

Record of Alma Donaldson, Leavitt- 
AUen records. 

ALLEN 

(Glen Allen 5 - John Rial 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

283. GLEN ALLEN, b 17 September 1892 at Lewiston, Utah, son of John Rial and Sarah Jannett (Leavitt) 
Allen, md 18 August 1917 Myrtle Cox, b 6 December 1898 at Dubois, Idaho, daughter of Charles and 
Lulu (Robson) Cox. 

537. Glen Allen, Jr. , b 23 January 1919, md 8 January 1942 Kathleen Collins. 

538. Wanda Allen, b 14 March 1921, md 6 November 1946 Daniel P. White. 

AUen-Leavitt -Donaldson records. 

HARRIS 

(Neta Allen 5 - John Rial 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

284. NETA ALLEN , b 23 October 1894 at Lewiston, Utah, daughter of John Rial and Sarah Jannett (Leavitt) 
Allen, md 2 June 1913 Alma Harris, b 19 November 1894 at Dayton, Washington, son of Lafayette and 
Lois Ross (Clark) Harris. 

Children: 

Glenwin Harris, b 30 September 1914. md 16 July 1942 . 

Van Dale Harris, b 19 July 1916. 

HENDERSON 

Dovy Dean Allen 5 - John Rial 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

285. DOVY DEAN ALLEN , b 22 August 1896, daughter of John Rial and Sarah J. (Leavitt) Allen, md 20 
October 1914 Calvin R. Henderson, b 3 September 1895, son of Samuel O. and Isabell Henderson. 

Children: 

Jack Clifford Henderson, b 7 February 1928, md 17 December 1948 Gloria Hope Whitney. 

Leavitt-Allen-Donaldson records. 

MEIKEL 

(Amelia Frances Allen 5 - James V. 4 - James 3- Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

286. AMELIA FRANCES ALLEN , b 20 January 1863 at Richmond, Cache County, Utah, daughter of James 
V. and 1st wife Penina (Langley) Allen, md 22 February 1893 Alfred William Meikel, b 31 January 
1870, d 21 June 1911, son of James Meikel. 

Children: (born in Cache County, Utah) 

Candus Meikel, b 19 April 1893, md 31 October 1917 John F. McDaniel. 

William Lafayette Meikel, b 4 July 1895, md 2 May 1921 Monta May Hansen. 

Jessie Harriet Meikel, b 1 October 1899, md 3 November 1922 Frederick P. Griggs. 

Frances Mary Meikel, b 12 October 1901, md October 1920 Rulon Hemming. 

Loren James Meikel, b 11 October, 1905, md 13 June 1927 Zelda Richards. 

Gerald Allen Meikel, b 20 September 1910, d infant. 

Record of Alfred Meikel in possession 
of Candus McDaniel, Richmond, 
Calif., Kindness to Jane Gordon. 



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(Minnie C. Allen 5 - James V. 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
287. MINNIE C. ALLEN, b 21 April 1870, daughter of James V. and 1st wife Pernina (Langley) Allen, md 
James Thomas. 

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ALLEN 

(James Bird Allen 5 - James V. 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

291. JAMES BIRD ALLEN , b 17 November 1884 at Smithfield, Utah, son of James Voluntine (Valentine) 
Allen and wife Mary Ann Fitzgerald, md 15 June 1915 Alice Isabel Cushion, b 30 April 1886. daughter 
of William and Caroline (Alger) Cushion. 

Children: 

Mable Allen, b 7 April 1916 at Smithfield, Utah, md 7 April 1937 Edward R. Klauser. 

Lloyd Valentine Allen, b 17 August 1917 at Burley, Idaho, md 29 April 1944 Leola Pendleton. 

Wanda Allen, b 24 November 1918 at Burley, Idaho, md 14 February 1947 Manuel Kerbs. 

Alice Allen, b 1 June 1921 at Burley, Idaho, md 29 November 1936 Frederick Austin McCord. 

Bert Allen, b 20 September 1922 at Burley, Idaho, d 11 May 1924. 

Mona Allen, b 8 May 1924 at Burley, Idaho, m.d 24 November 1952 Don L. Mueler. 

James B. Allen, Jr., b 28 December 1925. 

Charles Cushion Allen, b 8 September 1929. d 18 July 1930. 

William Dale Allen, b 29 May 1932. 

Record of James Allen Jr. , Burley, 

Idaho. 

ALLEN 

(Cliff F. 5 - James V. 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

292. CLIFF FITZGERALD ALLEN , b 15 March 1889 at Smithfield, Utah, son of James V. and Mary Ann 
(Fitzgerald) Allen, md Minnie W. Arends, daughter of Arnold Arends. 

Children: 

Fitzgerald Cliff Allen, b 9 May 1926 at Long Beach, California. 
Arnold James Allen, b 22 June 1928. 

ALLEN 

(Brent Taylor Allen 5 - Jam.es V. 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

293. BRENT TAYLOR ALLEN , b 16 September 1886, son of James V. and Mary Ann (Fitzgerald) Allen, md 
LaVerna Pitcher, b 20 July 1892, daughter of James Daniel and Nancy Jane (Smith) Pitcher. 



Children: 

Linnie Ronda Allen, b 14 July 1910, md 18 January 1923 Mervin Hansen. 

Connie Allen, b 28 January 1912, d 21 March 1912. 

Willa Allen, b 13 February 1913, md 17 December 1932 Francis Kenneth Lewis. 

Verona AUea b 12 April 1919, md 17 November 1939 Ronald Shurtliff Burton. 

Brent Taylor Allen, Jr. , b 10 June 1915, md 22 December 1947 Clair Jensen. 

Leon Vincent Allen, b 4 June 1922, md May 1945 Sylvia Harley. 

Jack Curtis Allen, b 6 May 1926. 

Shirley Fay Allen, b 16 May 1927, md 17 December 1948 Clyde Winchester. 

Above records from James V. Allen, 
Burley, Idaho. 



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BERGESON 

(Lillian Matilda Allen 5 - William Lewis 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
294. LILLIAN MATILDA ALLEN , b 6 December 1871 at Draper, Utah, d 25 June 1944 at Cornish, Cache 

County, Utah, daughter of William Lewis and Maranda Jane (Stewart) Allen, md 9 December 1891 

at Logan, Utah Ephraim Bergeson, b 15 May 1871 at Logan, Utah, d 23 October 1940, son of Niels 

and Olive Matilda (Jensen) Bergeson. 

Children: 

Harold Ephraim Bergeson, b 3 February 1893 at Trenton, Cache County, Utah, md 27 September 1918 

Reba Maranda Butler. 
Leeta Allen Bergeson, b 8 December 1896, md 3 January 1914 Lewis Henry Baker. 
Vernal Allen Bergeson, b 18 July 1898, md 29 November 1922 Elda Bernice Jensen. 
Letho Bryan Bergeson, b 29 January 1900, md 16 August 1933 Ann Leonore Dunkley. 
Douglas Allen Bergeson, b 28 August 1902, md 25 November 1931 Beryl Brown. 
Maud Matilda Bergeson, b 24 June 1905, md 16 November 1927 Osmer Clyde Hancock. 
Julia Audrey Bergeson, b 5 February 1909 at Cornish, Utah, md 23 December 1936 Eldon Jerrold 

Hansen. 
Dale Allen Bergeson, b 23 December 1913 at Cornish, Utah, md 24 December 1941 Owlyn Evans. 

Record of Harold E. Bergeson, 
Cornish, Utah, Church records. 

NOTE: Maud M. md 2nd Arthur Howe. 



Descendants of EPHRAIM and LILUAN MATILDA (ALLEN) BERGESON 
BERGESON 

(Harold Ephraim 6 - Lillian Matilda 5 - William Lewis 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
HAROLD EPHRAIM BERGESON . md Reba Maranda Butler. 

Children: 

Harold Max Bergeson, b 29 July 1919, md 17 January 1943 Caroline Imogene Ricker. 

Ganh Stewart Bergeson, b 10 August 1921, md 16 June 1950 Marian Crittenden. 

Joyce Bergeson, b 22 October 1924, md 17 June 1945 Alan Dale Smith. 

Dean Rene Bergeson, b 24 June 1929, md 7 December 1951 Bernardine M. Lawler, div. 

Helen Vaun Bergeson, b 16 March 1932, md Verl Maughn Burton. 

Scott Bergeson, b 7 February 1938, md 7 September 1962 Elaine Ann Jensen. 

Record of Reba M. Butler Bergeson, 
Cornish, Utah. 

BAKER 

(Leeta Allen Bergeson 6 - Lillian Matilda 5 - William Lewis 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
LEETA ALLEN BERGESON , md Lewis Henry Baker, Jr. 

Children: 

Verle Baker, b 23 September 1914, md 17 September 1944 John Myron Lesnan. 
Iris Baker, b 25 December 1917, md 3 December 1935 Francis W. Bench, Jr. 
Allen Lewis Baker, b 4 March 1920, md Wanda Kennedy, div. 
Shirley Baker, b 30 November 1921, md 25 November 1944 Michael Mac Burch. 

Record of Francis G. Bench, Ogden, 

Utah. 



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BERGESON ^ ^ 

(Vernal Allen Bergeson 6 - Lillian Matilda 5 - William Lewis 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

VERNAL ALLEN BERGESON , md Elda Bemice Jensen. 
Children: 

Therral Anna Bergeson, b 17 September 1923, md 2 August 1947 Billie Roeland Westcott. 

Vemal Boyd Bergeson, b 20 November 1926, d infant. 

Barbara Bergeson, b 26 July 1932, md 29 October 1949 Leonard Emil Bluhm. 

Richard J. Bergeson, b 19 October 1938, d 20 October 1944. 

Record of Allen V. Bergeson. 

ALLEN 

(Isaac James 5 - William Lewis 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
295. ISAAC JAMES STEWART ALLEN, b 23 June 1830 at Lewiston, Cache County, Utah, d 9 August 1951, 

son of Wm. Lewis and Maranda Jane (Stewart) Allen, md 7 November 1901 at Logan, Utah Alice 

Mayville Johnson, b 7 November 1878 at Bountiful, Utah, d 13 September 1961 at Grangerville, Idaho, 

daughter of Isaac and Cora May (Bergeson) Johnson. 

Children: (born at Lewiston, Cache County, Utah) 

James Royal Allen, b 14 September 1902, md 12 October 1928 Dora Gillet Stewart. 

William Argel Allen, b 25 July 1904, md 17 September 1940 Louise J anssaud. 

Glade Albina Allen, b 29 August 1906, md 18 September 1930 Shirley Rowain Jacques. 

Iris AUen, b 27 January 1910, md 4 March 1938 Henry Rex Myers. 

Robert Stewart Allen, b 16 September 1915, md 20 June 1940 Betty Jean Cottlier. 

Record of Dora Stewart Allen, 
Pocatello, Idaho. Dora Jean Allen 
Tyler, Sandy, Utah. 



Descendants of ISAAC JAMES and ALICE MAYVILLE aOHNSON) ALLEN 

ALLEN 

(James Royal 6 - Isaac James 5 - William Lewis 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

JAMES ROYAL ALLEN , b 14 September 1902 at Lewiston, Cache County, Utah, son of Isaac James and 

Alice Mayville (Johnson) AUen, md 11 October 1928 Dora Gillet Stewart, b 23 August 1905 at Tooele, 

Utah, daughter of James Lawrence and Ursula Harding (Gillett) Stewart. 

Children: (all born at Pocatello, Idaho) 

Dora Genee Alien, b 15 April 1930, m.d 12 June 1953 Reed Leroy Tyler. 

Nea Jane Allen, b 24 November 1931, md 30 September 1954 Dale Joseph Tyler. 

Alyce Mae Allen, b 11 November 1938, md 4 October 1952 Elvin Chris Christensen. 

Robert James Allen, b 7 July 1942, md 1 February 1962 Carol Lynn Roberts. 

Record of Genee Tyler, Allen- 
Stewart records. 

ALLEN 

(William Argel Allen 6 - Isaac James 5 - William Lewis 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

WILLLAM ARGEL ALLEN , b 25 July 1904, son of Isaac James and Alice Mayville (Johnson) Allen, md 

17 September 1940 Louise Jaussaud, daughter of Leon and Noel (Demerise) Jaussaud. 

Children: 

Stephen Leon Allen, b 28 October 1944 at Walla Walla, Washington. 
Barbara Jean Allen, b 26 October 1947 at Walla Walla, Washington. 



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ALLEN 

(Glade Albin Allen 6 - Isaac James 5 - William Lewis 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
GLADE AL3IN ALLEN , b 29 August 1906, son of Isaac James and Alice Mayville (Johnson) Allen, md 
18 September 1930 Shirley Roaine Jacques, b 4 August 1915 at Gridley, California, daughter of 
Millage Howe and Nellie (Lott) Jacques. 

Children; (born in Idaho) 

Gary G. Allen, b 20 July 1931, md 13 July 1952 Colleen McKean. 
Gaylord Allen, b 4 September 1933, d infant. 
Rebecca Allen, b 11 March 1952. 
Tamara Michele Allen, b 29 May 1960. 

Allen-Johnson family record. 

MYERS 

(Iris Allen 6 - Isaac James 5 - William Lewis 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

IRIS ALLEN, b 27 January 1910, daughter of Isaac James and Alice Mayville (Johnson) Allen, md 4 

March 1936 Rex Henry Myers, b 1909, d 20 October 1960. 

Children: 

Judy Alice Myers, b 25 July 1948 at Walla Walla, Washington. 

ALLEN 

(Robert Stewart Allen 6 - Isaac James 5 - William Lewis 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ROBERT STEWART ALLEN , b 16 September 1915, md 20 June 1940 Betty Jean Gottlieb, b 1 July 1920, 

daughter of Louis G. and Grace (Mankuss) Gottlieb. 

Children: 

Theresa Lynne Allen, b 29 February 1944, md 14 September 1962 Terry Leon Bergquist. 

Michael Robert Allen, b 29 March 1950 at EUenburg, Washington. 

Record of Stewart Allen, record of 
Dora Gene Tyler. 

HEUSSER 

(Ida May Allen 5 - William Lewis 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

296. IDA MAY ALLEN , b 6 December 1878 at Draper, Utah, d 8 October 1926 at Preston, Idaho, daughter 

of William Lewis and Maranda Jane (Stewart) Allen, md 14 March 1902 at Malad, Idaho William 

Jacob Heusser, b 31 March 1878 at Salt Lake City, Utah, d 14 November 1967 in California, son of 

Wilhelm and Mary Christina (Lund) Heusser. He md 2nd Kate Barton. 

Children: 

Juanita Allen Heusser, b 26 January 1903 in Idaho, md 21 January 1921 Bryant L. Roe, md 2nd 
14 March 1947 Elmer S. Halverson. 

William Allen Heusser, b 8 May 1904, md 27 April 1931 Georgia Rust. He d 30 June 1936. 

Dolores Mary Allen Heusser, b 19 December 1905, md 9 July 1927 Merrill Anthony Christensen. 

Paul Stewart Allen Heusser, b 14 February 1908, md 30 November 1927 Erma Nelson. 

Cora Allen Heusser, b 7 June 1910, md 13 November 1928 Louis Roesberry, div. 

Howard Allen Heusser, b 5 August 1913. 

Norma Maranda Allen Heusser, b 29 January 1915, md 8 December 1934 Alvin G. Boyd. 

Joycelyn Allen Heusser, b 14 July 1917, md 19 April 1941 John Illingsworth. 

Richard Allen Heusser, b 14 February 1919, d infant. 

Record of Mrs. Juanita Allen 
Halverson, Mrs. Delores Christiansen, 
Ogden, Utah, Wheaton Ward records. 



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ALLEN 

(Edwin Lewis Allen 5 - William Lewis 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

297. EDWm LBVIS ALLEN , b 29 March 1883 at Lewiston, Utah, d 1 October 1951, son of Wm. L. and 
Maranda Jane (Stewan) Allen, md 7 September 1904 Bertha Martella (Mynal) Kent, b 23 July 1884, 
daughter of Samuel Benajah and Bertha Arlettie (Cutler) Kent. 

Children: (born at Lewiston, Utah) 

Clifford Lewis Allen, b 1 July 1905, d 5 May 1935, md 1 March 1924 Gladys Smith. 

WiUiam Samuel Allen, b 20 March 1907, md 27 September 1929 Ila Nelson. 

Arlettie Allen, b 5 July 1909, md January 1929 Carl Jake Flyg. 

Rex Paul Allen, b 18 December 1911, d 1959, md November 1924 Fonda Hansen. 

Cleve Edward Allen, b 7 March 1914, md March 1937 Ardina Hinkley. 

Lindreth Jack Allen, b 15 January 1921 in Idaho, d 15 March 1921. 

Cora Erma Allen, b 20 March 1922, md 26 December 1938 Wm. Woody Estes. 

Record of Myrtle Kent Allen, 

Burley, Idaho. I 

DOPP 

(Maud Allen 5 - William Lewis 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

298. MAUD ALLEN , b 15 August 1885 at Lewiston. d 4 November 1940, daughter of William Lewis and 
Maranda Jane (Stewart) Allen, md 30 or 31 June 1909 Hyrum Smith Dopp, b December 1883 at 
Lewiston, Utah, d 5 July 1956 at Ogden, Utah, son of Wm. Henry and Marion (Glover) Dopp. 

Children: 

Dorothy Dopp, b 3 May 1910, d 10 October 1928, unmd. 

Saxon Dopp, b 2 March 1915, deceased, md Paul Roberts. 

Stewart-Allen records, Cemetary 
records. Lewiston. Utah Church 
records, Hyrum Dopp record. 

ALLEN 

(Paul Stewart Allen 5 - William Lewis 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
300. PAUL STEWART ALLEN , b 8 January 1892 at Lewiston Utah, d 15 January 1949 at Pocatello. Idaho, 

sonofWm. Lewis and Maranda Jane (Stewart) Allen, md 31 May 1916 Venetta Jacobsen. b 4 March 

1897 at Logan. Utah daughter of Willard Richard Jacobsen. 

Children: 

Paula Allen, b 1 April 1917 at Soda Springs, Idaho, md 10 August 1942 Robert B. Graydon. 

Max Allen, b 7 July 1919 at Parker, Idaho, md 18 July 1952 Elma Paul. 

Records of Dora Stewart AUen, 
records of Dora Gene Allen Tyler. 
Sandy, Utah. 



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Descendants of ALFRED BRADLEY and SUSAN TEMPY (ALLEN) RANDALL, (No. 303) 

RANDALL 

(Alfred H. Randall 6 - Susan Tempy Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ALFRED HARVY RANDALL , b 4 October 1892 at Joseph City, Arizona, son of Alfred Bailey and 

Susan Tempy (Allen) Randall, md 8 October 1914 Tena Stranton, b 18 September 1895 at Snowflake, 

Arizona. 

Children: (bom in Navajo County, Arizona) 



Raymond Harvey Randall, b 21 December 1915. 
Maurine Randall, b 6 September 1917. 
Alfred Norman Randall, b 5 January 1920. 
Tempy Randall, b 11 November 1921. 
Nelda Randall, b 7 August 1923, d infant. 
Fem Randall, b 8 February 1925. 
Lovania Randall, b 5 December 1927. 
Doyle Straton, b 8 December 1929. 
Ordene Randall, b 3 July 1931. 
Beth Randall, b 23 February 1933. 
Evelyn Randall, b 23 March 1935. 



Record of Tempy Allen Randall, 
given in 1936 to M.B.A. 



RANDALL 

(Rial Melvin Randall 6 - Susan Tempy 5 - Rial 4 

RIAL MELVIN RANDALL, md Mable Ann Rogers. 



Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 



Children: 

Pearl Randall, b 8 August 1922. 
Alta Randall, b 9 June 1924. 
Bertha Randall, b 21 June 1926. 
Rial Allen Randall, b 14 August 1928. 
Wayne W. Randall, b 17 December 1930. 



WHIPPLE 

(Grace Randall 6 - Susan Tempy Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 

GRACE RANDALL , md Orson Temple Whipple. 



Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 



Children: 



Sibyl Whipple, b 24 March 1928 at Navajo, Arizona. 
Eugene Whipple, b 12 September 1929. 
Wendell Oliver Whipple, b 10 February 1933. 
Marva Whipple, b 21 November 1934. 



These records given in 1935 to 

M, B, ALLEN 



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Descendants of FREDERICK and ANN ELIZABETH (ALLEN) TANNER, (No. 304) 

TANNER 

(Hartwell F. Tanner 6 - Ann Elizabeth Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
HARTWELL F, TANNER , md Lulu May Shumway. 

Children: 

Lorene Tanner, b 9 June 1918 at Navajo, Arizona. 

Lovona Tanner, b 11 February 1920. 

Glenna Tanner, b 18 May 1921. 

Richard H. Tanner, b 16 December 1922. 

Annette Tanner, b 4 January 1932. 



DAVID 



(Myrtle Tanner 6 - Ann Elizabeth Allen 5 - Rial 4 
MYRTLE TANNER , md Bryant Perry Davis. 



Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



Children: 

Freda Fern Davis, b 31 July 1919 at Navajo County, Arizona. 
Bryan Perry Davis, b 1 September 1920. 
Margie Davis, b 1 April 1922. 
Lola Mae Davis, b 10 May 1927. 



PETERSON 

(Nell Tanner 6 - Ann Elizabeth Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 
NELL TANNER , md Parley Pratt Peterson. 



Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



Children: 

Doris Jean Peterson, b 22 December 1924. 
Lila Peterson, b 21 May 1927. 



Record given to M. B. Allen by 
Ann Tanner in 1935. 



NAY 



305. 



( Sarah Malinda Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

SARAH MALINDA ALLEN, b 27 July 1875 at Washington, Utah, daughter of Rial and Susan E. 

(Collins) Allen, md 7 June 1897 at Circleville, Utah, Ormus Calvin Nay, b 7 June 1872 at Cedar 

Fort, Utah, d 12 August 1920 at St. Thomas, Nevada, son of Ormus Bates and Louise A. (Earl) 

Nay. 



Children: 

Herbert Allen Nay, b 11 May 1898 at Circleville, Utah, md 30 November 1922 Flora Whitney. 
James Calvin Nay, b 11 January 1900 at Tuba, Arizona, md 29 October 1918 Stella C. Hanning. 
Doris Elizabeth Nay, b 7 February 1902 in Nevada, md 23 December 1928 Ralph E. Whitney. 
Louise Nay, b 12 May 1904 at Virgin City, Utah, md 24 November 1924 Harold Case, she d 10 
October 1930. 



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Anita Nay, b 4 June 1906 at Alamo, Nevada, md George Mulvey. 

Grace Nay, b 3 November 1908 at Alamo, Nevada, md Kenneth Shafer. 

Iris Nay, b 18 June 1911 at Flagstaff, Arizona, md 13 May 1929 Gene Perry. 

Nay -Allen records, Las Vegas, 
Nevada. 



Descendants of ORMUS CALVIN and SARAH MALINDA (ALLEN) NAY, (No. 305) 

(Herbert Allen 6 - Sarah Malinda Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
HERBERT ALLEN NAY, b 11 May 1898 at Circleville, Utah, son of Ormus Calvin and Sarah Malinda 
(AUen) Nay, md 30 November 1922 at St. Thomas, Nevada Flora Whimey, b 14 August 1903, 
daughter of George L. and Julia Ann (Wardell) Whitney. 

Children: 

Gwendolyn Nay, b 6 September 1923 at Las Vegas, Nevada. 
Pattie Nay, b 12 April 1929 at Las Vegas, Nevada. 
Jaquline Nay, b 14 August 1930 at St. Thomas, Nevada. 

(James Calvin Nay 6 - Sarah Malinda AUen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
JAMES CALVIN NAY , b 11 January 1900 at Tuba. Arizona, son of Ormus Calvin and Sarah Malinda 
(AUen) Nay, md 29 October 1918 Stella Cleon Hannig, b 30 May 1900 at Washington, Utah, 
daughter of Rheinhold and Solenda Henrietta (Huntsman) Hannig. 

Children: 

Zehua Nay, b 2 February 1920 at Overton, Nevada. 
Barbara Nay, b 22 October 1921 at St. Thomas, Nevada. 
Maxine Nay, b 20 July 1924 at Las Vegas, Nevada (twin). 
Maurice Nay, b 20 July 1924 at Las Vegas, Nevada (twin). 
James Reld Nay, b 23 July 1927 at Venice, California. 

WHITNEY 

(Doris Elizabeth Nay 6 - Sarah MaUnda Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

DORIS ELIZABETH NAY , b 7 February 1902 at Key West, Nevada, daughter of Ormus Calvin and 

Sarah Malinda (Allen) Nay, m.d 23 December 1928 at St. George, Utah Ralph Emanuel Whitney, 

b 26 May 1892 at Panaca, Nevada, son of George B. and Lovina (Syphus) Whitney. 

Children: 

Calvin R. Whitney, b 14 September 1921 at St. George, Utah. 

Howard G. Whitney, b 4 October 1922 at Las Vegas, Nevada. 

Bert N. Whitney, b 21 June 1924 at Las Vegas, Nevada. 

Lorraine Whitney, b 29 December 1927 at Las Vegas, Nevada (twin). 

Laverne Whitney, b 29 December 1927 at Las Vegas, Nevada (twin). 

Elsie Whitney, b 21 August 1930 at Las Vegas, Nevada. 

E. Keith Whitney, b 21 January 1933 at Las Vegas, Nevada. 



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CASE 

(Louise Nay 6 - Sarah Malinda Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

LOUISE NAY , b 12 May 1904 at Virgin, Utah, d 10 October 1930 at Las Vegas, Nevada, daughter of 
Ormus Calvin and Sarah Malinda (Allen) Nay, md 24 November 1924 Harold Case, b 2 February 1893 
at Waterville, Maine, son of Elroy Edgai and Ella F, (Kenny) Case. 

Children; 

Sam Elroy Case, b 3 September 1925 at Las Vegas, Nevada, 
Jean Case, b 31 July 1926 at Las Vegas, Nevada, 

MULVEY 

(Anita Nay 6 - Sarah Malinda Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3- Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ANITA NAY , b 4 June 1906 at Alamo, Nevada, daughter of Ormus Calvin and Sarah Malinda (Allen) Nay, 

md George Rolfe Mulvey, b 12 Match 1902. 

Children: 



Helen Alice Mulvey, b 8 June 1926 at Miami, Floiida 

Elizabeth Jane Mulvey, b 7 September 1927 in Massachusetts. 

George Earl Mulvey, b 18 February 1930 in Los Angeles, California (twin), 

Gerald Robert Mulvey, b 18 February 1930 in Los Angeles, California (twin). 



PERRY 

(Iris Nay 6 - Sarah Malinda 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

IRIS NAY, b 18 June 1911 at Flagstaff, Arizona, daughter of Ormus Calvin and Sarah Malinda (Allen) Nay, 
md 13 May 1929 at San Bernardino, California Clarence Eugene Perry, b 2 March 1904 at Santa Anna, 
California, son of Harvey and Maude (Shanklin) Perry. 

Children: 

Robert Eugene Perry, b 5 May 1930 at Las Vegas, Nevada. 

Sarah Malinda Nay records. 

ALLEN 

(James Lewis Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3- Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

306. JAMES LEWIS ALLEN , b 1 November 1877 at Washington County, Utah, d 3 June 1933 in Provo, Utah 
son of Rial and Susan Elizabeth (Collins) Allen, md 1 December 1897 Grace Nebeker, daughter of 
Ashton and Lucy (Pratt) Nebeker, she d 1912. He md 2nd 8 June 1916 Leone Ford, b 30 April 1895 at 
Wallsburg, Wasatch County, Utah, d 15 August 1952, daughter of William and Eliza Ann (Gurr) Ford. 

Children: (born at Wallsburg, Utah) 

555. Evelyn Allen, b 16 July 1917, md 23 April 1936 Willard LaMar Davis. 

556. James Ford Allen, b 6 November 1918, md 23 August 1948 Karma Lloyd. 

557. Maurice Allen, b 24 December 1919, md 21 March 1948 Glen S. Middleworih. 

558. Helen Gladys Allen, b 1 September 1922, md 10 August 1940 Russell Hardy Murray. 

Record of Evelyn Allen Davis. 



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FAMILY NO. 306 



TAMES LEWIS ALLEN AND 
LEONE FORD ALLEN 

James Lewis Allen was the son of Rial 
Allen and Elizabeth Collins. His father was 
of Irish descent and his mother English, 
The parents were Mormon pioneers of 
Washington County, Utah. 

James Lewis Allen was born at Washing- 
ton, Washington County, November 1, 
1878. When he was an infant his parents 
moved to Pine Creek, Arizona, where he 
jived until he was 14 years of age. At that 
time his parents moved to Tuba City, 
Arizona. He was a strong robust young 
man and took part in all the athletic events 
of his day. He loved to be on the open 
range and taking care of livestock. 

At the age of 20 he married Grace Neb- 
cker of Tuba City, Arizona, in the St. 
George Temple. Soon after his marriage he 
moved with his wife to Keams Canyon Trad- 
ing Post and for years had charge of the 
post. Here he learned the Navajo language 
and acted as an Indian interpreter. He was 
later appointed sheriff of Lincoln County, 
Nevada. He held that position seven years. 
While he was manager of the Navajo trad- 
ing post and sheriff of Lincoln County he 
had to deal with many hardened criminals 
and desperate characters. 

He next moved to Salt Lake City where 
he lived for about two years. Then he again 
moved back to Nevada and located on a 
large ranch near what is now Alamo and 
after raising the mortgage on this vast tract 
of land turned it over to colonization. Soon 
a small town sprung up at this place. He 
was then appointed bishop of the Alamo 
Ward in 1904 and served in that capacity 
faithfully and efficiently seven years. Due 
to his wife's poor health he again moved 
to Utah. Settling in Provo, he engaged in 
real estate. After the death of his wife in 
1912 he moved to Wallsburg, Utah. 

Settling in this valley he engaged in the 
ranchinj and livestock, his favorite vocation. 
His activities here are well known to all. 
He was successful in raising a good grade 
of cattle and horses and had one of the 
finest farms and ranches in the county. 

On June 8, 1916, he married Leone Ford, 
daughter of William Ford and Eliza Ann 
Gurr. They were married in the Salt Lake 
Temple and had four children, Evelyn, James 
Ford, Maurice and Helen Gladys. 

Jim lived in Wasatch County longer than 
in any other place and loved it and its 
people. Although advised by many doctors 
to move to a lower altitude on account of 
his health he preferred to remain here to 
live and die with his many intimate friends 
and family. He took a keen interest in pub- 
lic affan-s, giving freely his time and means 
to further the interests of the public. He 
served as a member of the Wasatch County 




school board. He handled the job very well. 
He was a livestock inspector for the Inter- 
mediate Credit Bank of Berkeley, California, 
and for the Wasatch Loan Association of 
Salt Lake City. He is best known in Wa- 
satch County for his activities in livestock 
associations. He was president of the Walls- 
burg Livestock Association. For many 
years he was a director in the Strawberry 
(Grazing Company. During the time when 
the Strawberry Grazing Company was leas- 
ing the reclamation lands he was a member 
of the executive committee and was in 
, charge of the grazing of those lands for 
many years. He died June 2, 1933, of a 
heart attack while doing his evening chores. 
He was buried at Provo, June 6, 1933. 

Leone Ford Allen was born April 30, 
1895, at Wallsburg, Utah, to William Ford 
and Eliza Ann Gurr. She received her edu- 
cation at Wallsburg School, Proctor Acad- 
,emy, Provo, and attended the University of 
Utah on a four-year scholarship. She was 
very active in the LDS Church. She was 
first counselor in the YWMIA, secretary of 
the Sunday School, and a counselor in Re- 
lief Society. She helped organize the Walls- 
burg Camp of the Daughters of the Utah 
Pioneers and was president for several years. 
It was the Maple Leaf Camp. Leone was 
very active in ward activities. She took part 
in many ward plays and was very prominent 
in public speaking. Leone was a substitute 
teacher in the Wallsburg School whenever 
she was needed and was active in the PTA 
and served as an officer more than once. 
She died at home August 15, 1952, of heart 
disease and was buried at Provo, Utah, 
August 18, 1952, 

Jim and Leone had one of the first cars 
in Wasatch County. 



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BRINKERHOFF 

(Nancy Adeline Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

307. NANCY ADELINE ALLEN , b 27 January 1880 at Pine, Gila County, Arizona, daughter of Rial and Susan 
Elizabeth (Collins) Allen, md 8 October 1902 at Salt Lake City, Utah David A. Brinkerhoff, b 4 
December 1878 at Glendale, Kane County, Utah, d at Elowell, Millard County, Utah, son of David 
and Lydia Ann (Nelson) Brinkerhoff. 

Children: 

Lawrence Allen Brinkerhoff, b 28 July 1913 at Woodruff, Arizona, d 1960, unmd. 

559. Wendell D. Brinkerhoff, b 1 January 1905 at Joseph City, Arizona, md 20 October 1926 Stella Hutchings. 

560. Walter Brinkerhoff, b 30 June 1906, md 12 September 1928 Viola Johnson. 

561. Franklin A, Brinkerhoff, b 23 June 1909, md 4 December 1933 Portia Carling. 

562. Marguarite Brinkerhoff, b 2 March 1911, md 25 February 1903 Ivan L. Christensen. 
Elsie Brinkerhoff. b 11 April 1915. 

563. Rial Ora Brinkerhoff, b 18 June 1917, md 30 December 1938 Leona Carling. 
Elaine Brinkerhoff, b 1 June 1920, d infant, 

564. Florence Brinkerhoff, b 4 April 1922, md 19 December 1941 Howard A. Robinson. 

565. Edna Brinkerhoff, b 13 November 1923, md Archie Christensen. 

566. Donna Brinkerhoff, b 12 October 1926, md 2 July 1952 Russell Wilson. 

Church statistics, Brinkerhoff cenifi- 
cates and records, Christensen records, 
Lincoln, Nevada, Millard County, Utah. 
HOLBROOK 

(Margaret Jane Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

308. MARGARET JANE ALLEN , b 22 April 1882 at Pine, Gila, Arizona, d 23 December 1953 at Ogden, Utah, 
daughter of Rial and Susan Elizabeth (Collins) Allen, md 16 August 1905 Eugene Edgar Holbrook, b 16 
August 1874 at Ogden, Utah, d 30 June 1936, son of Walter Scott and Mary Elizabeth (Bullock) Holbrook. 
He md 1st Beatrice Ridges, div. 

Children: (born at Ogden, Utah) 

567. Lawrence Allen Holbrook, b 21 June 1906, md 24 June 1929 Avbilla Coelin Ross, 

568. Margaret Eugene Holbrook, b 6 January 1908, md 3 June 1929 Nickolas Van Alfen. 
Ruth Elizabeth Holbrook, b 22 January 1910, d 19 August 1936. 

569. Walter Herbert Holbrook, b 9 December 1911, md 28 May 1934 Connie Lavern Jorgensen. 

570. Dorothy Harriet Holbrook, b 20 June 1914, md 22 October 1934 Kent CalL 
Leona Holbrook, b 11 November 1916, d infant. 

Kenneth Rial Holbrook (twin), b 4 December 1918, d infant. 

571. Edwin Albert Holbrook (twin), b 4 December 1918, md 7 August 1941 Mildred Child. 

Record of Walter Holbrook, Ogden, Utah, 
Allen-Collins records, Arizona, record of 
Margaret Jane Holbrook given in 1935 to 
M. B. Allen. 
BRINKERHOFF 

(Phoebe AUen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

309. PHOEBE ALLEN , b 29 March 1885 at Pine, Gila, Arizona, d 18 February 1944 at Mesa, Arizona, daughter 
of Rial and Susan Elizabeth (Collins) Allen, md 10 July 1914 Joseph Brinkerhoff, b 31 March 1885 at 
Glendale, Utah, d 30 December 1960 at Mesa, Arizona, son of David and Lydia Ann (Nelson) Brinkerhoff. 
They were the parents of eight children. After her death he md Olate Merry and later md Hazel McClellan. 

Childrenr 

577. Lloyd Allen Brinkerhoff^ b 9 July 1915, md 4 February 1938 Regina Smith. 

578. Josephine Brinkerhoff, b 3 August 1917, md 14 February 1938 William Bernard Johnson. 

579. Ralph Brinkerhoff (triplet), b 5 May 1919, md 23 April 1943 Florence Brimhall. 

580. Rex Allen Brinkerhoff (triplet), b 5 May 1919, md 2 December 1949 Willa Jean Gardner. 
Ross Allen Brinkerhoff (triplet), b 5 May 1919> d 14 August 1927. 

581. Bernice Brinkerhoff, b 16 May 1921, md 12 September 1939 Deward Lynn Cook. 



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582. Dean Allen Brinkerhoff. b 5 November 1924. md 31 December 1956 Barbara Larsen. 

583. Nelson Allen Brinkerhoff, b 26 January 1929, md 21 August 1947 Betty Burton. 

Church records, record of Ralph A. Brinkerhoff, 
Mesa, Arizona, Brinkerhoff-CoUins-Allen 
records, Rial Allen records. 

HIGBEE 

(Beulah Charlott AUen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

310. BEULAH CHARLOTTE ALLEN, b 4 August 1887 at Gila, Arizona, daughter of Rial and Susan E. (Collins) 
Allen, md 16 September 1909 Ernest P. Higbee, b 10 August 1887, son of Isaac W. and Emmeren 
Louise (Davis) Higbee, born at Toquerville, Utah, 

Children: 

584. Richard Ernest Higbee, b 13 September 1910, md Daisy M. Holt, 10 June 1930. 

585. Irene Higbee, b 12 December 1912, md Arthur W. Rogers, 23 November 1931. 

586. Delia Higbee, b 24 March 1915, md Leslie Pugh 6 September 1933. 

587. Gweneth Higbee, b 5 October 1917, md 14 June 1945 John Lee Campbell. 

Allen- Higbee records. 

ALLEN 

(Lafayette Collins 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

311. LAFAYETTE COLLINS ALLEN , b 23 November 1889 at Pine, Gila, Arizona, d 15 June 1932, son of 
Rial and Susan E. (Collins) Allen, md 21 June 1908 Sabra Mae Higbee, b 5 September 1892 at 
Toquerville, Utah, daughter of Isaac Wm. and Emmeretta Louisa (Davis) Higbee. 

Children: 

659. Pearl Allen, b 18 October 1909 at Alamo, Nevada, md 19 September 1935 John Aaron Hemsley. 

660. Josephine Allen, b 5 February 1911, md 31 May 1932 Wayne D. Conrad. 

661. Emma Bell Allen, b 30 December 1913, md 28 August 1936 Kermit Earl Randall. 

662. Mildred Allen, b 18 October 1916 at Darlington, Idaho, md 8 March 1940 William Allen Blackmer. 

663. Rial Collins Allen, b 13 November 1918, md 24 June 1947 Audrey McKay. 

664. Elizabeth Louise Allen, b 3 March 1921, md June 1947 Clifford Vaughn (Franklin). 

665. William Higbee Allen, b 23 March 1923, md 1 August 1952 Yolando ^nacio. div. 

666. Ethel May Allen, b 4 August 1925 at Lincoln, Nevada, md 10 June 194_ Donald L. Valentine. 

667. Lafe Collins Allen, Jr. . b 15 August 1927 in Idaho, md 7 March 1951 Audrey Hortman. 

668. Richard Rex Allen, b 26 January 1930 at Shelly, Idaho, md 18 June 1952 Lois Louise Cook. 

Rial Allen-Collins record. Church records. 
Rex Allen letters and records. 

NOTE: Nos. 587 to 659 were omitted by copy writer in original Allen-Easter Records. From 589 to 
659 no families will be listed as it would be confusing. The four children of Family No. 312 will be numbered 
669-672. M, B. Allen. 

ALLEN 

(Franklin Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

312. FRANKLIN ALLEN, b 20 May 1892, d 15 June 1932, son of Rial and Susan E. (CollLns) Allen, md 9 
October 1915 Zelda Higbee. 

Children: 

669. Verle Allen, b 13 February 1917 at Darlington, Idaho, md 20 September 1947 Theron Liddle. 

670. Franklin Higbee Allen, b 16 December 1920 in Custer County, Idaho, md 12 February 1944 Norma 

Love Henderson. 

671. Leland Rial Allen, b 31 March 1922 at Alamo, Nevada, md 12 December 1947 Maxine Tate. 

672. Dean LaMar Allen, b 13 August 1927 at Las Vegas, Nevada, md 19 September 1950 at Ogden, Utah 

Marilyn Lewis. 



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ALLEN 

(Sessel Dellma Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 • Samuel 1) 
312A. SESSEL DELLMA ALLEN , b 23 September 1897 at Moenava, Arizona, son of Rial and Susannah Janet 

(Reward) Allen, md 6 June 1923 Charlotte Ballard, b 1 May 1902 at Snowflake, Arizona, daughter of 

Charles Harvey and Julia Johnson (Smith) Ballard. 

Children: 

Norma Allen, b 28 March 1924 at Snowflake, Arizona, md 1 January 1946 Lorenzo M. Hatch. 
Evalyn Allen, b 14 September 1925 at Woodruff, Arizona, d 7 March 1947, md 4 February 1944 Mark 

R. Wren. 
Thelma Allen, b 21 April 1928, md 30 June 1951 Fredrick Lewis Kear. 
Nella Allen, b 1 September 1930, md 10 December 1949 Frank Milo Hatch. 
Rial Ballard Allen, b 12 February 1932, d 23 May 1948. 
Joan Allen, b 15 July 1935, md 16 June 1953 Leo LeGrande Turley. 
Chad B, Allen, b 8 March 1937, md 6 December 1957 Martha Linn Letner. 
Thomas K. Allen, b 6 April 1940, md 11 April 1964 Sylvia Jackson. 

Allen-Hatch record, Holbrook, Arizona. 



HATCH 

(Nella 6 - Sessel Dellma 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

NELLA ALLEN , b 1 September 1930 at Woodruff, Arizona, daughter of Sessel D. and Charlotte (Ballard) 
Allen, md 10 December 1949 at Miami, Arizona Frank Milo Hatch, b 14 November 1929 at Mesa, 
Arizona, son of Albert and Zina (Brinkerhoff) Hatch. They had five daughters. 

Children: 



Lindella Hatch, b 29 July 1950 at Woodruff, Arizona. 
Susan Hatch, b 16 June 1952 at Holbrook, Arizona. 
Connie Hatch, b 8 March 1954 at Holbrook, Arizona. 
Frankie Hatch, b 30 August 1957 at Holbrook, Arizona. 
Jennie Hatch, b 11 January 1962 at Holbrook, Arizona. 



Nella A. Hatch record, Holbrook, 
Arizona. 



ALLRED 



313. 



(Elizabeth Allen 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ELIZABETH ALLEN , b 29 August 1882 at Pine Creek, Arizona, md 19 October 1904 Joseph Gilbert 
AUred, b 2 June 1852 at Draper, Utah, d 19 January 1915 at Thatcher, Arizona, son of Joseph and 
Rhoda (Palmer) Allred. She md 2nd George Riley Allred, b 1 November 1853 at Kaysville, Utah. She 
was the daughter of Johnathan Alexander and Jane (Nelson) Allen. 

Children: (Joseph Gilbert Allred) 

Ruth Alked, b 27 August 1905 at Thatcher, Arizona, md 5 June 1924 Walter P. Haggard. 

Delia Allred, b 26 May 1907 at Thatcher, Arizona, md 25 May 1926 Audrey Vergel Powell. 

Phoebe S. Allred, b 14 July 1909, md William T. Pease. 

Eldon Harry Allred, b 5 September 1911, md 7 December 1936 Lois Clawson. 

Edith Alked, b 16 May 1914, md Cloyd W. Davis. 



Children: (George Riley Allred) 

Allen George Allred, b 29 January 1919 at Lewiston, Utah, md October 1944 Sarah Sue Adams. 
Ila Allred, b 14 September 1920, md Charles A. Battrow. 

Maud E. Allen, Church records. 



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Descendants of JOSEPH GILBERT and ELIZABETH (ALLEN) ALLRED (No. 313) 



HAGGARD 

(Ruth Allied 6 - Elizabeth Allen 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Uwis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
RUTH ALLRED , md Walter Parley Haggard, md 5 June 1924. 

Children: 

Walter David Haggard, b 1 February 1925, md 13 November 1945 Barbara E. Bleak. 

Betty Joe Haggard, b 15 January 1930, md 29 June 1948 Merlin Cleon Robinson. 

James Russell Haggard, b 22 February 1931, md 29 October 1949 Luella Shumway. 

Vida Haggard, b 8 August 1933, md 3 September 1953 Harry D. Trude. 

Velda Ruth Haggard, b 10 April 1935, d infant. 

Richard Henry Haggard, b 4 June 1937, md Anatance L. Robinson 25 June 1950. (sic) 

Allen Adley Haggard, b 6 December 1943. 



POWELL 

(Delia Allred 6 - Elizabeth Allen 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
DELIA ALLRED , md Audrey Virgil Powell. 

Children: 

Norma Jean Powell, b 19 August 1928, md 21 February 1946 James Hicks. 
Rue EUison Powell, b 6 November 1929, md 13 February 1951 Barbara Quarles. 



PEASE 

(Phoebe Allred 6 - Elizabeth Allen 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
PHOEBE ALLRED, md William Theodore Pease, 

Children: 

Orin Kent Pease, b 7 September 1927, md 1 June 1956 Wanda Marie Hancock. 

Jess Alvin Pease, b 7 August 1928, md 7 March 19 Norman Bruce Jensen. 

Geraldine Pease, b 18 May 1930, md Benjamin A. J. Mosey. 

Etheleen Pease, b 9 November 1931. 

Joyce Pease, b 20 July 1933, d 1935. 

Alecia Pease, b 15 February 1936. md 1 July 1960 Richard E. Palmer. 



DAVIS 

(Edith Allred 6 - Elizabeth Allen 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
EDITH ALIi^ED, md Cloyd Woodrow Davis. 

Children: 

Ronald Cloyd Davis, b 18 November 1939. 
Sue Davis, b 25 May 1944. 
Linda Davis, b 24 April 1947. 



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Descendants of GEORGE RILEY ALLRED and ELIZABETH (ALLEN) ALLRED 

ALUIED 

(Allen George Allred 6 - Elizabeth Allen 5 - Johnathan A, 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ALLEN GEORGE ALLRED , md Sarah Lou Owens. 

Children: 

Allen Verl Allred, b 5 August 1946„ 

Buford Riley Allred, b 17 September 1948, 

Terry Eldon Allred, b 31 October 1953. 

Sharon Allred, b 22 June 1955. 

Cecil Dean Allred, b 23 November 1958, d infant. 



BATTROW 

(Ila Allred 6 - Elizabeth Allen 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 
ILA ALLRED, md Charles E. Battrow. 



Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



Rosalie Battrow, b 20 August 1939. 
Danny Joe Battrow, b 30 September 1940. 
George Arnold Battrow, b 27 December 1942. 
Larry Charles Battrow, b 22 July 1945. 
Carol Elizabeth Battrow, b 17 August 1949. 
Charles Edgar Battrow, b 27 August 1957. 
Tammie Lyn Battrow, b 10 August 1964. 



Record of Maud (Echols) Allen, Mesa, 
Arizona, record of Johnathan A. Allen. 



ALLEN 

(Jonathan Alexander Allen 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
314. JONATHAN ALEXANDER ALLEN , b 3 November 1883 at Pine Creek, Arizona, son of Johnathan Alexander 

and Jane (Nelson) Allen, md Rosilpah Cheney, b 12 March 1886 at Tonta Basin, Arizona, daughter of 

Aaron E. and Sarah Jane (Saunders) Cheney. 

Children: 



673. Orin Cheney Allen, b 15 January 1908 at Thatcher, Arizona, md 15 October 1930 Ruth Christensen. 

674. Bruce J. Allen, b 11 April 1911, md 24 June 1931 Maurine Johnson. 

675. Rial Arron Allen, b 16 October 1913, md 5 July 1934 Leora Carling. 

Ina Allen, b 15 June 1916, d infant. Mar^i/er.'+e KevJr.e.l«$ 

676. Orson Nelson Allen, b 30 August 1917, md 14 December 1942 K' .gurite Henderson. 

677. Voda Allen, b 24 July 1920. md 11 July 1940 Mark B. Anderson. 

678. Ida Allen, b 5 June 1922, md 11 January 1944 John Ladd Smithson. 
678a. Arthur Rex Allen, b 23 August 1924, md 22 June 1948 Beth Despain. 
678b. Jane Allen, b 13 October 1927, md 26 July 1944 Irvin Walter Noall, 

Church records. Thatcher, Arizona. 
Rose C. Allen records. Mrs. Bailey 
Allen records. 



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(Price Wm. 5 - Johnathan Alexander 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
315 PRICE WILLIAMS ALLEN , b 10 April 1885, son of Johnathan A. and Jane (Nelson) Allen, md 23 April 
1908 Vera Matilda Chesley, b 4 March 1890 at Hubbard, Arizona, d 12 September 1928, daughter of 
James Edgar and Melissa (Hamblin) Chesley. He md 2nd Lettia (Kyte) Echols, widow, md 3rd Violet 
Pickett. 

ChUdren: (born at Hubbard, Arizona) 

679. Albert AUen, b 20 April 1909, md 20 February 1931 LiUy Mae Watson. 

680. Nina Allen, b 18 December 1910, md 24 June 1932 Maurice Reed. 

681. Grace Allen, b 7 June 1913, md 4 April 1935 George Albert Echols. 

682. Price Alexander Allen, b 21 June 1915, md 1 September 193_ Adelle Harper. 

683. Joseph Dudley Allen, b 23 December 1916, md 29 May 1933 Alma Smithson. 
683a. James Edgar Allen, b 21 August 1918, md 27 June 1932 Daisy May Markham. 

684. Sylvia Allen, b 7 September 1919, md Robert Graham Campbell. 

685. Melissa Allen, b 19 May 1922, md 4 January 1950 Earl Smithers Byington. 

686. Velda Allen, b 12 May 1924, md 24 May 1941 Loren G. Adams. 
J. Ethan Allen, b 3 November 1925, d 1937 (1927). 

687. Chesley Allen, b 23 January 1928. 

Church records. Price Williams Allen 
family records, Maud (Echols) Allen 
research. 

HOLYOAK 

(Lydia 5 - Johnathan 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 -Samuel 1) 

316. LYDIA ALLEN , b 28 December 1887 at Emery, Graham County, Arizona, daughter of Johnatlian and 

Jane (Nelson) Allen, md 25 December 1907 Wm. Henry Holyoak, b 14 February 1881 at Parawan, 

Utah, son of Nehemiah and Sarah,Ann (Harper) Holyoak. 

Children: 

Willard W. Holyoak, b 2 July 1909, md 24 March 1934 Martha Packer. 

Allen W. Holyoak, b 11 September 1911, md 22 June 1934 Eleanor Fuller. 

Ervln H. Holyoak, b 2 December 1914, md 24 July 1937 Maxine Lee Bourwell. 

Viola Holyoak, b 19 November 1916, md 24 May 1935 Richard L. Davis . 

Arman Glen Holyoak, b 21 September 1917, md 7 November 1940 Dovie Burk. 

Mabel Holyoak, b 21 February 1921. 

Martin J. Holyoak, b 10 August 1922, md 24 November 1951 Annaleise Martha Fenner. 



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Descendants of WILLIAM HENRY and LYDIA (ALLEN) HOLYOAK (No. 316) 

HOLYOAK 

(Willard 6 - Lydia 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
WILLARDW. HOLYOAK , md Martha Irene Packer 24 March 1934. 

Children: 

Lavar W. Holy oak, b 7 September 1935, md 30 December 1960 Iris Fay Beck. 
Raymond Holyoak, b 2 February 1939, md 28 June 1959 Hona Wylita Tarron. 

HOLYOAK 

(Allen 6 - Lydia 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ALLEN W, HOLYOAK , md Eleanor Fuller 22 June 1934. 

Children: 

Thomas Elwin Holyoak, b 7 April 1936. md 2 March 1957 Joann Eaves. 
Alene Holyoak, b 17 December 1940, md 30 April 1960 John L. Braden. 
Wayne N. Holyoak, b 7 March 1944. 

HOLYOAK 

(Ervin 6 - Lydia 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ERVIN H. HOLYOAK, md Maxine Lee Boutwell 24 July 1937. 

Children: 

Lyle Gordon Holyoak, b 30 March 1938. 
Buren Glen Holyoak, b 24 July 1939. 

DAVIS 

(Viola 6 - Lydia 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

VIOLA HOLYOAK , md Richard L. Davis 24 May 1935. 

Children: 

LeRoy Davis, b 13 May 1936. He was drowned in Roosevelt Lake with his mother Viola the 4th of 
December 1941. 

HOLYOAK 

(Arman G. 6 - Lydia 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ARMAN GLEN HOLYOAK, md Dovie Gertrude Burk, md 7 November 1940. 

Children: 

Larry Joe Holyoak, b 1 January 1946. 
Betty Ann Holyoak, b 2 June 1947 
Gary Lee Holyoak, b 30 August 1951 

HOLYOAK 

(Martin 6 - Lydia 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

MARTIN J. HOLYOAK . md Annaleise Martha Fenner. md 24 November 1937. 

Children: 

Siglinds Cribbs Crosie, b 29 November 1947 (adopted). 



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CHESLEY 

(Lucy 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
317 LUCY ALLEN , b 30 October 1889 at Pine Creek. Arizona, daughter of Jonathan A. and Jane (Nelson) 

Allen, md 29 March 1907 Edgar Hamblin Chesley, b 22 September 1884, d 16 January 1949. son of 

James Edgar and Melissa (Hamblin) Chesley. 

Children: (all born in Graham County. Arizona) 

Arthur Chesley, b 22 March 1908. md 23 January 1930 Alice Lameraux. md 2nd Lucy Curtis. m 

Eugene A. Chesley, b 24 August 1909, d 12 June 1944. J 

Lewis Merl Chesley, b 9 December 1910, md 9 April 1934 Nina Black. B 

Edna Jane Chesley. b 20 June 1912. d 6 August 1936. md 21 July 1936 Warren Smith. 

Myrtle Chesley. b 29 October 1913, md 15 June 1931 Gervace N.. Boutwell. 

Iris Chesley. b 4 May 1915. 

Owen E. Chesley. b 17 January 1917, md 3 July 1937 Ada Louise Campbell. 

Delmont H. Chesley, b 26 September 1919, md 25 December 1939 Dovie Pearl Chandler. 

Loren B. Chesley, b 3 June 1921, md 21 November 1943 Anne Helen Pahara. 

Andrew Alic Chesley, b 28 June 1923, md April 1950 Vauna Wilson. 

Ella Mae Chesley. b 10 September 1924, md Darrel H. Lee. 

J. Grant Chesley, b 16 July 1926, md 28 April 1945 Loma Jean Scon. 

Bessie Fern Chesley, b 18 June 1928, md 29 December 1945 Jennus Bunon. 

Max Dale Chesley, b 27 July 1930. 

Conine Chesley. b 26 July 1935. md 16 July 1954 Donald Jean Thompson. 

Record sent by Chesley family 1945, 
Additions by Mrs. Bailey Allen and 
marriage dates. 

Descendants of EDGAR HAMBLIN and LUCY (ALLEN) CHESLEY (No. 317) 

CHESLEY 

(Arthur Chesley 6 - Lucy 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ARTHUR CHESLEY , b 22 March 1908, md 25 June 1930 Alice Lamoroux. 

Children: 

Edgar Ray Chesley, b 6 October 1932, 
Helen Anita Chesley, b 22 December 1934. 

CHESLEY 

(Lewis Merle Chesley 6 - Lucy 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

LEWIS MERLE CHESLEY . b 9 December 1910, md 4 April 1934 Nina Black, daughter of Edward W. Black. 

Children: 

Beth Chesley. b 9 November 1935, md James Moon. 
John N. Chesley. b 17 March 1940. 
Lola Nell Chesley. b 5 March 1950. 

BOUTWELL 

(Myrtle Chesley 6 - Lucy 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
MYRTLE CHESLEY . b 9 October 1913, md 15 June 1930 Gervace Nevada BoutweU. 

Children: 



JohnC. Boutwell, b 26 January 1932. 
Mitzy Joan Boutwell, b 22 March 1934. 
James Thos. Boutwell, b 14 February 1949. 



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CHESLEY 

(Owen E. Chesley 6 - Lucy 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
OWEN E. CHESLEY. b 17 January 1917, md 3 July 1937 Ada Louise Campbell. 

Children: 

Owen Eugene Chesley, b 31 August 1939. 
Carol Joyce Chesley, b 13 June 1942. 

CHESLEY 

(Delmond H. Chesley 6 - Lucy 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

DELMOND H. CHESLEY , b 26 September 1919, md Dovie Pearl Chandler 25 December 1939. 

Children: 

Sherry Lee Chesley, b 7 December 1940. 
Robert Bruce Chesley, b 10 January 1944. 

CHESLEY 

(Loren B. Chesley 6 - Lucy 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
LOREN B. CHESLEY . b 3 June 1921, md 21 November 1943 Annie Helen Pahara. 

Children: 

Ronald Jay Chesley. 
Edgar Dale Chesley. 
Patricia Ann Chesley. 

CHESLEY 

(Andrew Alec Chesley 6 - Lucy 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ANDREW ALEC CHESLEY , b 6 January 1923, md April 1950 Vera Wilson. 

Children: 

Roger Ray Chesley, b 2 May 1952. 
Roxy Ann Chesley, b 3 February 1954. 
Andrea Chesley, b 15 October 1956. 

LEE 

(Ella Mae Chesley 6 - Lucy 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ELLA MAE CHESLEY , b 10 September 1924, md Darrel H. Lee 19 November 1941. 

Children: 

Donna Raye Lee, b 9 September 1942. 
Michael Robert Lee, b 21 July 1940. (sic) 
Sandra Kay Lee, b 15 March 1949. 

CHESLEY 

(J. Grant Chesley 6 - Lucy 5 - Johnathan A, 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

J. GRANT CHESLEY , b 6 July 1926, md 28 April 1945 Lorna Jean Scott. 

Children: 

Steven Jay Chesley, b 19 September 1949, 
Janet Denise Chesley, b 13 February 1952. 



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Julia Jean Chesley, b 2 July 1955. 

Sallie Joyce Chesley, b 8 September 1959. 

Susan Jane Chesley, b 16 October 1962. 

BURTON , „ ^ 

(Bessie Fern Chesley 6 - Lucy 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
BESSIE FERN CHESLEY , b 18 June 1928, md 29 December 1945 Jennis Burton. 

Children: 

Jennette Burton, b 31 July 1944. 
Frances Karen Burton, b 21 December 1947. 
Louann Burton, b 21 November 1948. 
Jennes Leon Burton, b 21 May 1950. 

THOMPSON , „ ^ 

(Corrine Chesley 6 - Lucy 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

CORRINE CHESLEY , b 24 July 1935, md Donald J. Thompson. 

Children: 

Donald G. Thompson, b 22 July 1955. 

ALLEN 

(Lewis Allen 5 - Johnathan 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

318. LEWIS ALLEN , b 20 December 1891 at Tuba. Arizona, d 18 August 1963 at Mesa, Airzona, son of 

Johnathan A. and Jane (Nelson) Allen, md 10 June 1914 Grace Echols, b 4 April 1896, d 10 June 1936 at 

Phoenix, Arizona, daughter of Benjamin and Georgiana (Blair) Echols, md 2nd Lulu (Rust) Lines, b 17 June 1902, 

Children: (born in Arizona) 

688. Roderick Lewis Allen, b 28 May 1916, d 1935, md 11 April 1935 Viola Larsen. (sic) 

689. Grant Elmo Allen, b 9 December 1917, md 16 June 1939 Phyllis Palmer. 

690. Douglas E. Allen, b 13 December 1919, d 31 March 1922. 

691. Phillip C. Allen, b 30 October 1921, md 1 July 1943 Lorna Richardson. 

692. Paul L. Allen, b 13 November 1923, md 10 December 1948 Annie Gibbs. 

693. Cecil B. Allen, b 30 September 1925, md 2 November 1947 Norma Lou McFee. 

694. J. Glen Allen, b 10 September 1927, md 2 March 1947 Angennette Conrad. 

695. Jack LaMar Allen, b 8 October 1929, md 13 September 1955 Margie (Hooper) Riley. 

696. Carl Bert Allen, b 15 May 1932, md 15 June 1956 Ruth Marie Fletcher. 

Children: (Lulu Rust Lines) 

696a. William Arthur Allen, b 12 November 1940, md 15 March 1962 Tenna Ann Turley. 

Maud Echols Allen record, marriages 
added by Mrs. Bailey Allen of Mesa, 
Arizona. 



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ANDREW BAILEY ALLEN was the son of Johnathan and Jane (Nelson) Allen, farmer and cattle raiser. At 
the age of seven years he commenced herding his father's cows. Johnathan Alex, had a nice fruit orchard 
and farm and taught his sons at an early age to work. At the age of 17, when his mother had passed away, 
he set out to work for the Clifton Dairy. In May 1918 he volunteered in the infantry and was stationed in 
Siberia. After 13 months in Siberia, he came home 13 January 1920. He married his childhood sweet- 
heart the 29th of January of the same year, May Hubbard. 

The first child they named Phoebe after his cousin they loved so dearly. The 2nd child was named Alec 
H. and their life was a very happy one. They were expecting their 3rd child in 1926 when his wife suddenly 
contracted pneumonia. She was seven months pregnant with twin girls. This illness took her life and she is 
buried with her twin daughters in the quiet peaceful cemetary of Hubbard. 

September 19, 1927 he married Maud (Echols) Tenney, mother of three children. With their five 
children they had a fine start for a family and on January 15, 1929 their first son was bcwn. They moved to 
Chandler, Arizona and had a nice home and 10 acres of a fine orchard and vineyard. In World War II they 
had two sons and three sons-in-law to serve with the Government. Their home was the stopping place for 
many a lonesome service man on leave, and they were always called "Mom and Dad Allen. " During the 
years following the war, many letters of friendship and gratitude were sent this deserving couple by lonely, 
grateful service soldiers and sailors. 




MAUD (ECHOLS) ALLEN - ANDREW BAILEY ALLEN 
Her untiring efforts have helped to make this record more authentic. 



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ALLEN 

(Andrew Bailey Allen 5 - Johnathan Alexander 4- Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
319. ANDREW BAILEY ALLEN , b 30 November 1892 at Tuba City, Arizona, son of Johnathan Alexander and 

Jane (Nelson) Allen, md 1st May Hubbard, b 24 November 1894 at Pima, Arizona, d 23 December 1926 

at McCornnick, Utah, daughter of EUsha Freeman and Elmire (Wilson) Hubbard, md 29 January 1928. 

Andrew Bailey Allen md 2nd Maud (Echols) Tenney at Lordsburg, New Mexico, b 10 September 1898 at 

Graham, Arizona, daughter of Benjamin and Georgiana (Blair) Echols. 

Children: (May Hubbard) 

697. Phoebe Allen, b 22 October 1922 at McComnick, Utah, md 6 June 1942 Laurence Edgar Smith. 

698. Alec H. Allen, b 19 December 1923 at McCornnick, Utah, md 4 October 1949 Nylda Johns. 
Zona Allen, b 21 December 1926, stillborn. 

Children: (Maud Echols Tenney Allen) 

700. Andrew Benjamin Allen, b 15 January 1929 at Gilbert, Arizona, md 24 November 1950 Lois Evelyn Cooper. 

701. Jane Allen, b 25 August 1932 at Chandler, Arizona, md 25 August 1948 Robert Charles Bright. 

702. Burt Echols Allen, b 2 April 1935 at Chandler, Arizona, md 16 May 1956 Barbara Ann Powell. 

NOTE: Maud Echols by her first marriage to Ned Tenney had the following children: 

Cleo Tenney, b 9 February 1922, md 3 August 1942 Michael Milton Stakich. 

Edna Tenney, b 15 January 1924 at Glenbar, Arizona, md 22 August 1942 Raymond R. Mitchell. She 

was legally adopted and her name changed to ALLEN April 26, 1948. 
Blair Norfleet Tenney, b 5 January 1926, md 2 March 1957 Helen Blankenship. 

Record of Maud Echols Allen. 



Descendants of ANDREW BAILEY and MAY (HUBBARD) ALLEN (No. 319) 
SMITH 

(Phoebe Allen 6 - Andrew Bailey 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

697. PHOEBE ALLEN , b 22 October 1922 at McCornnick, Utah, daughter of Andrew Bailey and 1st wife May 
Hubbard, md 6 June 1942 Laurence Edgar Smith, b 1 October 1921 at Chandler, Arizona, son of Green 
and Katie Dorothy (Sullivan) Smith. 

Children: 

Larry Allen Smith, b 17 February 1947 at Mesa, Arizona, stillborn. 
Golden Allen Smith, b 21 December 1959 at Mesa, Arizona, d infant. 

ALLEN 

(Alec H. Allen 6 - Andrew Bailey 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

698. ALEC HUBBARD ALLEN , b 19 December 1923 at McComnick, Utah, son of Andrew Bailey and 1st wife 
May (Hubbard) Allen, md 4 October 1949 Nylda Johns, b 4 June 1930, daughter of James Wm. and 
Sabra (Mortensen) Johns. 

Children: (all born at Mesa, Arizona) 

Karen Allen, b 20 September 1950, 

Mark Andrew Allen, b 8 January 1954. 

Lynette Allen, b 19 February 1956. 

Lynda Allen, b 14 June 1957. 

James Michael Allen, b 26 December 1958. 

Jay Grant Allen, b 12 January 1961. 

Renae Allen, b 22 May 1965. Allen-Echols record. 



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Descendants of ANDREW BAILEY and MAUD (ECHOLS) ALLEN (No. 319) 

ALLEN 

(Andrew Benjamin Allen 6 - Andrew Bailey 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

700. ANDREW BENJAMIN ALLEN , b 15 January 1929 at Gilbert, Arizona, son of Andrew Bailey and Maud 
(Echols) Allen, md 24 November 1950 at Mesa, Arizona, Lois Evelyn Cooper, b 23 June 1929 at 
Gilbert, Arizona, daughter of John and Gertrude Laveda (Clevenger) Cooper. 

Children; 

David Andrew Allen, b 16 February 1953. 
Evelyn Allen, b 11 September 1955. 
Duane Cooper Allen, b 11 September 1957. 
Marlene Allen, b 12 December 1959. 
Bradley Wayne Allen, b 25 July 1962. 

BRIGHT 

(Jane Allen 6 - Andrew Bailey 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

701. JANE ALLEN , b 25 August 1931 at Chandler, Arizona, daughter of Andrew Bailey and Maud (Echols) 
Allen, md 25 August 1949 Robert Charles Bright, b 11 April 1923 at Grand Rapids, Michigan, son of 
Charles and Daghnill J, (Greiner) Bright. 

Children: 

Vickie Lee Bright, b 21 August 1955 at Davenport, Iowa. 
Terrie Lee Bright, b 30 June 1957 at Ontario, California. 

ALLEN 

(Burt Echols Allen 6 - Andrew Bailey 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

702. BURT ECHOLS ALLEN , b 2 April 1935 at Chandler, Arizona, son of Andrew Bailey and Maud (Echols) 
Allen, md 16 May 1956 Barbara Johnson Powell, b 21 June 1935 at Levington, New Mexico, daughter 
of William J. and Pauline (Pettit) Powell. 

Children: 

Desiree Gloria Allen, b 16 March 1957 at Moses Lake, Washington. 
Tamara Lynn Allen, b 12 June 1959 at Anchorage, Alaska. 



MITCHELL 

EDNA TENNEY ALLEN , daughter of Maud (Echols) Tenney Allen, legally adopted to Andrew Bailey 

Allen, b 15 January 1924 at Glenbar, Arizona, md 22 August 1952 Raymond D. Mitchell, b 22 

August 1927 at Gridley, California, son of James Herbert and Fayette (Moody) Mitchell. Raymond 

D. Mitchell by 1st wife Wanda Lorene Lambeth had two daughters: 

Janet Rae Mitchell, b 11 August 1949 at Gridley, California 
Karen Joanne Mitchell, b 5 September 1950 at Gridley, California. 

Children: ( Edna and Raymond D. Mitchell) 

Timothy Wayne Mitchell, b 19 February 1954 at Palmer, Alaska. 

DeMyrus Kay Mitchell, b 9 September 1955 at Pima, Arizona, d 3 February 1956. 

Steven James Mitchell, b 3 December 1956 at Morenci, Arizona. 

Rex Martin Mitchell, b 26 March 1958 at Palmer, Alaska. 

Ivan Andrew Mitchell, b 20 December 1959 at Palmer, Alaska. 

Reva Jileen Mitchell, b 16 May 1961 at Homer, Alaska. 

Rinda Beth Mitchell, b 11 June 1963 at Homer, Alaska. 



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CLUFF 

(Martha 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
320. MARTHA ALLEN , b 6 May 1896 at Tuba, Arizona, daughter of Johnathan A. and Jane (Nelson) Allen, 

md 1st 23 May 1916 Jesse Samuel Cluff, b 5 July 1892 at Graham, Arizona, son of John Henry and 

Margaret Alice (Ferrin) Cluff. Md 2nd Eugene Gillispie, b 9 June 1898, d 19 April 1927 at Thatcher. 

Arizona. 

Children: (Jesse Samuel Cluff) 

Gwenna Cluff, b 11 July 1917, md 20 June 1923 Lawrence William Hatch, md 2nd Dale Thompson. 
Arden J. Cluff, b 25 March 1919, md 21 June 1941 Alice Jane Adams. 

Children: (Eugene Gillispie) 

Melvin Alphius Gillispie, b 29 December 1922, md 10 November 1943 Constance L. Olsen. 
Leland Eugene Gillispie, b 29 March 1924, md 28 July 1956 Maty Louise Pelletier. 
Rozalia Gillispie, b 8 May 1925, md 25 July 1941 John Irvin Stemm. 

Descendants of JESSE SAMUEL and MARTHA (ALLEN) CLUFF (No. 320) 

CLUFF 

(Arden J. Cluff 6 - Martha Allen 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ARDEN J. CLUFF , b 15 March 1919 at Pima, Graham County, Arizona, son of Jesse Samuel and Martha 

(Allen) Cluff, md 21 June 1941 Alice Jane Adams, b 10 November 1924 at Gila County, Arizona, 

daughter of Joseph and Julia Evelyn (Batcher) Adams. 

Children: 

Norma Jean Cluff, b 20 February 1945. 
Cheryl Mae Cluff, b 19 March 1948. 
Atdella Sue Cluff, b 5 November 1957. 



Descendants of EUGENE and MARTHA (ALLEN) GILLISPIE (No. 320) 

GILLISPIE 

(Melvin 6 - Martha 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

MELVIN ALPHIUS GILLISPIE , b 29 December 1922 at Cooley. Arizona, son of Eugene and Martha (Allen) 
Cluff-GilHspie, md 10 November 1943 Constance Lucille Olsen, b 21 February 1925 at St. Paul, 
Minnesota, daughter of LeRoy and Ruth (Englahl) Olsen. 

Children: 

LeDonna Ruth Gillispie, b 30 August 1946 at St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Sharon Lee Gillispie, b 25 September 1947. 

Melvin Alphieus Jr. , b 8 October 1950. 

Vicky Lynn Gillispie, b 5 June 1953 at Hudson, Wisconsin. 

Donald LeRoy Gillispie. b 20 December 1955 at Hudson, Wisconsin. 

Infant, still born. 19 November 1958 at St. Paul. Minnesota. 

Donald Eugene Gillispie. b 26 November 1959 at St. Paul, Minnesota. 

Gillispie record given Maud (Echols) 

Allen. 



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GILLISPIE 

(Leland Eugene Gillispie 6 - Martha 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

LELAND EUGENE GILLISPIE . b 29 March 1924, son of Eugene and Martha (Allen) Gillispie, md Mary 

Louise Pelletier, b 31 October 1927 at AUagosh, Maine. 

Children: 



Martha Coarine Gillispie, b 15 December 1949. 
James Dalton Gillispie, b 3 August 1951. 



(Dispute in surname), M.B.A. 



STEMM 

(Rozalia Gillispie 6 - Martha Allen 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ROZALIA GILLISPIE . b 8 May 1925, daughter of Jesse(sic. ) Eugene and Martha (Allen) Cluff Gillispie, 

md John Henry Stemm, b 18 May 1915, son of John Henry and Juanita (Ortego) Stemm. 

Children: (born in Gila County, Arizona) 

Irvin J. Stemm, b 26 May 1942. 
Martha Jane Stemm, b 1 August 1943. 
Martha Jane Stemm, b 22 February 1947. 

CLUFF 

(Pearl Allen 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
321. PEARL ALLEN , b 7 June 1899 (1896) at Tuba, Arizona, daughter of Johnathan Alexander and Jane (Nelson) 

Allen, md 20 September (23 May) 1916 Vernon Howard Cluff, b 11 November 1896 at Pima, Arizona, son 

of John Henry and Margaret Alice ( Ferrir^ Cluff. 

Children: 

Glenna Pearl Cluff, b 11 March 1917, at Pine, Arizona, md 4 October 1935 Denzel Ray Foote. 

Mildred Cluff, b 5 April 1919, md 19 February 1947 Jesse Ray Kerby. 

Verna Cluff, b 3 December 1922, md 4 July 1940 Irvin Oliver Carter. 

Cleora Cluff, b 28 February 1924, md 13 April 1943 DeWayne James McBride. 

Clea Cluff (twin), b 2 October 1926. md 14 April 1945 LeRoy C. Beach. 

Cleo Cluff (twin), b 2 October 1926. d infant. 

Gale Howard Cluff, b 28 April 1938, md 20 June 1957 Karen Ann Batty. 

Record of Mrs. A. Bailey Allen, Nelson 
Family Organization records. 

Descendants of VERNON HOWARD and PEARL (ALLEN) CLUFF (No. 321) 

FOOTE 

(Glenna P. Cluff 6 - Pearl Allen 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

GLENNA PEARL CLUFF . b 11 March 1917 at Pima, Arizona, daughter of Vernon Howard and Pearl (Allen) 
Cluff, md 4 October 1935 Denzil Ray Foote, b 21 December 1911 at Safford, Arizona, son of Orson 
Franklin and Matilda Tennessee Parker Foote. 

Children: (Born in Graham County, Arizona) 

Derrell Ray Foote, b 13 June 1940. 

Glenda Ray Foote, b 9 August 1941, md 26 July 1960 Cameron R. Bean. 

Gordon Vernon Foote, b 5 September 1943. 

Kathleen Foote, b 26 November 1948. 

Michael Roy Foote, b 11 August 1951. 



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Lojean Foote, b 7 December 1953. 
Nedra Foote, b 24 December 1957. 
Jovann Foote, b 3 July 1961. 



Maud (Echols) Allen record. 



KERBY 



(Mildred Cluff 6 - Pearl Allen 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

MILDRED CLLTF, b 5 April 1919 in Maricopa County, Arizona, daughter of Vernon H. and Pearl (Allen) 
Cluff, md 19 February 1947 Jesse Ray Kerby, b 14 April 1912 at Pima, Arizona, son of Jesse and Florence 
E. (Wilson) Kerby. 



Children: 

Barbara Ann Kerby, b 24 November 1947. 
Genevieve Kerby, b 5 May 1950. 
Shirley Rae Kerby, b 15 September 1953. 
Lynette Kerby, b 8 April 1955. 
Debby Jean Kerby, b 18 August 1957. 



Maud (Echols) Allen record. 



CARTER 

(Verna Cluff 6 - Pearl Allen 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

VERNA CLUFF , b 3 December 1922 at Pima, Arizona, daughter of Vernon Howard and Pearl (Allen) Cluff, 

md 4 July 1940 Irvin Oliver Carter, b 25 August 1920 in Graham County, Arizona. 

Children: 

Marlene Carter, b 8 June 1941, md 13 July 1959 Beniah Cutler Wheeler Jr. 

Carol Jean Carter, b 7 August 1944. 

Linda Carter, b 12 August 1947, 

James Irven Carter, b 27 June 1950. 

Ronald Vernon Carter, b 21 June 1954. 

Terri Lynn Carter, b 24 May 1958. 

Maud (Echols) Allen record. 



MCBRffiE - COLVIN 

(Cleora Cluff 6 - Pearl AUen 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

CLEORA CLLTF . b 28 February 1924 at Pima, Arizona, daughter of Vernon Howard and Pearl (Allen) Cluff, 
md 13 April 1943 DeW ayne James McBride, b 26 April 1922 at Pima. Arizona, son of Don Carlos and Emma 
(Hubbard) McBride, md2ndWayneL. Colvin. b 16 Aug. 1923, son of Henry Lester and Ruth M, (Holliday)Colvin. 

Children: ( DeWayne JamesMcBride) 

Chris DeWayne McBride, b 27 June 1945 in Graham County, Arizona. 

Children: (Wayne L. Colvin) 

Rula Jean Colvin, b 2 December 1952. 
Brenda Sue Colvin, b 13 August 1954. 
Gary Lester Colvin. b 29 October 1958. 



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BEACH 



(Clea Cluff 6 - Pearl Alien 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

CLEA CLUFF , b 2 October 1926 at Pima, Arizona, daughter of Vernon Howard and Pearl (Allen) Cluff, 

md 14 April 1945 LeRoy C. Beach, b 2 September 1925, son of Oba Columbus and Rebecca (Dixor^ Beach 

Children: 

Rolland C. Beach, b 25 October 1946. 

Allen Beach, b 21 October 1949. 

Jane Beach, b 23 December 1951. 

Janell Beach, b 18 February 1953. 

Polly Beach, b 29 June 1954. 

Ross C. Beach, b 28 December 1956. 

Eileen Beach, b 22 August 1960. 

Randall LeRoy Beach, b 29 December 1963. 

Record of Maud (Echols) Allen. 



CLUFF 



(Gale Howard Cluff 6 - Pearl Allen 5 - Johnathan 4 - Lewis 3- Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

GALE HOWARD CLUFF , b 26 April 1938 (28), son of Vernon Howard and Pearl (Allen) Cluff, md Karon 

Ann Batty, b 22 May 1939, daughter of Walter A. and Laura Effie (Curtis) Batty. 



Children: 

Cody Gale Cluff, b 23 October 1958 ar Nampa, Idaho. 
Kevin Jon Cluff, b 14 October 1963. 

JOHNS 

(Nancy Allen 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 -Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

322. NANCY ALLEN , b 24 March 1901 at Tuba, Arizona, daughter of Johnathan Alexander and Jane (Nelson) 

Allen, md 14 April 1921 David L. Johns, b 28 September 1894 at Thatcher, Graham County, Arizona, 

d 2 February 1954, son of William and Mary Maria (Landon) Johns. His 1st wife was Eva Mae Stegall. 

Children: (born in Graham County, Arizona) 

Clyde A. Johns, b 10 April 1923, md 22 September 1951 Inez Fern Hastings. 
Ruby Mar Johns, b 29 June 1924, md 30 December 1943 John A. Hall. 
David Ferrell Johns, b 6 November 1927, md 6 September 195_ Gretta Sue Sanders. 
Joie Belle Johns, b 6 August 1932, md Parwin James Sanders. 



HALL 



Descendants of DAVID L, and NANCY (ALLEN) JOHNS (No. 322) 

(Ruby Mae Johns 6 - Nancy Allen 5 - Johnathan 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

RUBY MAE JOHNS, b 29 June 1924 at Graham County, Arizona, daughter of David L. and Nancy (Allen) 

Johns, md 30 December 1943 John A. Hall, md 2nd Kenneth Guy Simpson, b 27 February 1922 in Missouri. 



Children: (John A. Hail) 
Doris Mae Hall 



No children by 2nd husband. 



244 



(David F. Johns 6 - Nancy Allen 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
DAVID FERRELL JOHNS , b 6 November 1927, son of David L. and Nancy (Allen) Johns, md 6 September 
1950 at Reno, Nevada Greta Sue Sanders, b 27 October 1931 at Little Rock. Arkansas, daughter of Arthur 
Allen and Susan (Weaver) Sanders. 

Children: 

Janice Kay Johns, b 10 November 1954 in Tracey. California. 

(Joie Belle Johns 6 - Nancy Allen 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

J OIE BELLE JOHNS , b 6 August 1932 at Coolidge, Arizona, daughter of David L. and Nancy Allen Johns, 

md 29 June 1950 Parvin Jas. Sanders, b 3 August 1928 in Arkansas. 

Children: 



Connie Lee Sanders, b 24 September 1953. 
Jackie Marie Sanders, b 31 May 1955. 
Susan Diana Sanders, b 27 December 1957. 



(Maud (Echols) Allen record. 



HARRIS 



323. 



Descendants of BRIGHAM Y. and MARGARET ELIZABETH (ALLEN) BAIRD (No. 128) 

(Mathilda Elizabeth Baird 5 - Margaret Elizabeth Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
MATHILDA ELIZABETH BAIRD , b 11 October 1872 at Moccasin Springs, Kane County, Utah, d 20 August 
1909, md (as his 2nd wife) John Riley Harris 6 November 1907 (See family no. 122). They were married 
less than two years. An infant daughter died at birth. John R. 's 1st wife was a cousin and died soon after 
marriage. His 3rd wife was Beulah (Webb) Harris, his sister-in-law. 



BAIRD 

(Brigham Y. Baird 5 - Margaret Elizabeth Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

324. BRIGHAM Y. BAIRD , b S July 1874, md 4 March 1908 Melvina Parker. He was the first son of Brigham 

Y. and Margaret Elizabeth (Allen) Baird. Malvina Parker was b 27 May 1891 at Cleveland, Emery County, 
Utah, daughter of Joseph Faulkner and Adelia (Cooley) Parker, separated. 

Children: 



Mark J. Baird, b 21 August 1909 at Monroe, Utah, md 31 May 1935 Ruth M. Smith. 

Rose Worden Baird, b 14 July 1911 at Provo, Utah, md 24 December 1931 Evelyn D. Riska. 

Ariel Gideon Baird, b 1913 in Provo. Utah, d infant. 

Allen LuDene Baird, b 7 January 1914, d 17 September 1929. 

LaVee Baird, b 27 November 1915 at Castle Dale, Utah, md 17 April 1951 Frank Emil Madsen. 

Alma Parker Baird, b 20 August 1917 at Castle Dale, Utah, md 20 November 1950 Kathleen M Smalley. 

Albert Parker Baird (twin), b 10 June 1919 at Joseph, Sevier County, Utah, d at sea 12 October 1943. 

Elbert Allen Baird (twin), b 10 June 1919 at Joseph, Sevier County, Utah, md 21 September 1950 Mary 

Ennis. 
John Nelson Baird, b 30 July 1922, md 30 September 1948 Joy Louana Knapp. 
Margaret Adelia Baird, b 31 December 1925 at Richfield, Utah. 

Record of Vina P. Baird, 1967, Draper, 

Utah. 



245 

PUGH 

(Nellie Baird 5 - Margaret E. Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

325. NELLIE BAIRD , b 23 December 1878 at Kanab, Utah, d 18 April 1937, daughter of Brigham Y. and 
Margaret Elizabeth (Allen) Baird, md Charles Robert Pugh, b 28 May 1874 at Kanab, Utah, d 20 April 
1935 at St. George, Utah, md 21 December 1898. 

Children: (all born at Kanab, Utah) 

Nellie Elizabeth Pugh, b 12 October 1899, md 11 June 1925, Quimby Roundy. 

Charles Cecil Pugh, b 26 December 1901, md 5 January 1928 Verna Holgate. 

Delsa Pugh, b 29 April 1904, md 21 December 1926 Guy Partridge Stevens. 

Melba Pugh, b 11 March 1906, md 1 June 1927 Ray Joseph Palmer. 

Alton Robert Pugh, b 24 July 1908, md 18 January 1933. 

LaVerde Pugh, b 14 September 1910, md 16 December 1931 Boyd Young McAllister. 

Samuel Edward Pugh, b 9 October 1912, d unmd 20 January 1944 in A.F. air crash. 

Lincoln David Pugh, b 12 February 1915, md 18 December 1936 Ardell Glover. 

Effa Pugh. b 8 April, 1917, d infant. 

2 stillborn children, 1918, 1920. 

Rollace Allen Pugh, b 19 July 1923, md 12 May 1942 Aleene Hoyt, md 2nd Delora Davis. 

Kanab ward records, marriage certifi- 
cates, family record of Nellie and 
Chas. R. Pugh, cemetary records. 

HEATON 

(Lois Baird 5 - Margaret Elizabeth Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

326. LOIS BAIRD , b 10 July 1881 at Kanab, Utah, daughter of Brigham Y. and Margaret Elizabeth (Allen) 
Baird, md Ira Hoyt Heaton, b 6 January 1882 at Enterprise, Utah, son of Johnathan and Amy C. (Hoyt) 
Beaton. 

Children: 

Gwen Heaton, b 10 August 1906 at Kanab, Utah, md Henry A. Fought. 

Reed Heaton, b 15 April 1908, d 9 June 1914. 

Fae Heaton, b 19 November 1909. 

Allen Heaton, b 18 October 1912, md Bessie Jones. 

Louis Elbert Heaton , b 13 June 1916. 

Son, b 9 October 1919, d infant. 

Iris Heaton, b 18 January 1921. 

Daughter, b 17 April 1925, d infant. 

Brigham Y. Baird record. 

BAIRD 

(Samuel Baird 5 - Margaret Elizabeth Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

327. SAMUEL BAIRD . b 6 July 1883 at Kanab, Kane County, Utah, son of Brigham Y. and Margaret Elizabeth 
(Allen) Baird, d 11 November 1966, md 16 August 1922 Dorothy Slater, b 10 September 1901, d 22 
March 1936, daughter of Robert Sperry and Phoebe (Page) Slater. He md 2nd 5 June 1946 Mirla Myrick, 
For many years he was on the faculty of the Granite High School in Salt Lake County, Utah. 

Children: (Dorothy Slater) 

Dorothy Maxine Baird. b 25 July 1923, md 27 October 1945 Morris Alpine Shirts. 

Vivian Lucile Baird, b 1 July 1925, md 21 February 1945 Richard James Laub. 

Margaret Allen Baird record, Morris 
A. Shirts record. Cedar City, Utah. 



246 

CAMPBELL 

(Effa Baird 5 - Margaret Elizabeth Allen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

328, EFFA BAIRD . b 20 December 1887 at Kanab, Utah, daughter of Brigham Y. and Margaret Elizabeth 
(Allen) Baird, md 5 June 1918 Walter Arden Campbell, b 23 January 1889 at Rossette, Box Elder County, 
Utah, son of Heleman and Mary Blanch (Raleigh) Campbell. 

Children: 

Margurite Campbell, b 15 March 1919 in Salt Lake City, Utah, md 26 June 1938 Christian O. Keldsen. 
Ardeth Campbell, b 21 June 1920 at Clear Creek, Utah, md 1 December 1938 Edward O. Mouriysen. 
Don Arden Campbell, b 22 September 1922 at Clear Creek, Utah, md 28 June 1946 Genevieve L. Proctcff. 
LuDene Baird Campbell, b 2 July 1924, md 26 September 1958 Dorothy Cottle. 
Lyle Adrian Campbell, b 12 May 1927, md 15 September 1947 Nelda Laney. 
Louise Campbell, b 1 October 1928, d infant. 

Effa A. Campbell record, Emmett, 

Idaho. 

BAIRD 

(William Jr. 5 - Margaret Elizabeth 5 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

329. WILLIAM JUNIOR BAIRD , b 19 July 1890 at Kanab, Utah, d 31 December in Richfield Utah, son of 
Brigham Y. and Margaret Elizabeth (Allen) Baird, md 8 October 1919 Irene "E" Heaton. b 22 August 
1897 at Orderville, Kane County, Utah, daughter of William Hoyt and Persis (Esplin) Heaton. 

Children: 

Alene Baird, b 29 July 1920, d 19 March 1947, unmd. 

Junior William Baird, b 22 April 1923, md 3 December 1960 Eula "V" Wilkins. 

Arden Heaton Baird, b 11 June 1926, md 5 July 1945 Colleen Tait. 

Garda Baird, b 12 November 1929, d infant. 

Irene Heaton Baird records. 



Descendants of ANDREW JACKSON and SARAH ELIZABETH (PULSIPHER) ALLEN (No. 130) 

ALLEN 

(Charles L. 5 - Andrew J, 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
330. CHARLES LEWIS ALLEN , b 8 January 1879 at Pipe Springs, Arizona, son of Andrew J. and Sarah E. 

(Pulsipher) Allen, md 9 October 1899 Martha Gale, daughter of George Alben and Martha Jane (Black) 

Gale. 

Children; 

Lucile Allen, b 23 November 1900 at Huntington, Utah, md 2 April 1917 Franklin Albert Kinder. 

Martha Reva Allen, b 27 August 1903, md Rock Little Young 25 January 1923. 

LaMont Lewis Allen, b 25 May 1906, md Alice Lucile Stokes 23 April 1928. 

Andrew Don Allen, b 3 January 1908, md 16 September 1939 Florence Lola Tucker. 

Ida Aileen Allen, b 18 January 1910, md 12 December 1925 Wayne L. Bedwell. 

Beryl Allen, b 20 May 1914, md James M. Bradley. 

Elbert Gale Allen, b 22 September 1917, md Bernice . 

Record of Myrl Allen Grange. 



247 

KINDER 

(Lucile Allen 6 - Charles L. 5 - Andrew Jackson 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
LUCILE ALLEN , md Franklin Albert Kinder In 1917. 

Children: 

Franklin Bruce Kinder, b 9 October 1917, md 21 July 1941 Rhoda Page. 

Children ; 

Donald Kinder, b 18 August 1942. 

Garth F. Kinder, b 1 April 1948. 

Kathileen Kinder, b 5 September 1953. 
Helen E. Kinder, b 1 February 1920, md 23 October 1937 Perry H. Daniels, div. 
Reita Kinder, b 10 July 1922, md 17 March 1945 Robert John Jensen. 
Archie Gale Kinder, b 14 September 1924, md 21 July 1949 LaRae McCandless. 
Amplis LaRue Kinder, b 1 February 1927, md 19 February 1948 Lloyd Bowen Taylor. 
Ramona Kinder, b 10 December 1928, md 29 March 1947 Wm. Mack Pearce, div., md 11 June 1955 

Fawn Lemaster. 
Dan Kinder, b 1 May 1931, md 14 February 1953 Gale Nadine Gunnerson. 
Stanley Kay Kinder, b 21 October 1933, md 19 October 1952 Reta Beverly Clavall. 
Fredric Lee Kinder, b 28 October 1938, md 12 July 1961 Sharlotte Nelson. 

Record of Myrl J. Grange, Huntington, 
Utah. 

YOUNG 

(Martha Reva Allen 6 - Charles L. 5 - Andrew Jackson II 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
MARTHA REVA ALLEN , b 27 August 1903, daughter of Charles L. and Martha (Gale) Allen, md 
January 1923 Rock Little Young, d 26 November 1926 leaving 3 children. 

Children: 

Jack Reekie Young, b September 1923. 
Mack Young, b October 1924. 
Donald Young, b November 1925. 

ALLEN 

(Lamont Lewis Allen 6 - Charles L. 5 - Andrew Jackson II 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
LAMONT LEWIS ALLEN , b 25 May 1906, son of Charles L. and Martha (Gale) Allen, md 25 April 
1928 Lucile Stokes. 

Children: 

Lewis LaMont Allen, b 11 January 1929, d 16 February 1929. 

Reva Lucile Allen, b 1 March 1930, md 5 March 1947 Norman Fillmore. 

Zelma Louise Allen, b 22 March 1932, md 18 March 1950 Jack Minchey. 

Melba L. Allen, b 1 July 1935, md 10 January 1953 Arden Oviatt. 

Loretta Mae Allen, b 6 July 1937. 

Jimmie Lou Allen, b 15 May 1940, md 16 December 1961 Margaret Consuelo Colabella. 

Larry Hugh Allen, b 16 March 1942, md 27 May 1961 Carol Fiddler. 

Ray Lynn Allen, b 9 April 1944, 

Bob Allen, b 25 February 1946. 

Dean Allen, b 25 July 1947. 

Rolene Allen, b 19 May 1949. 

Record of Myrl Grange, Huntington, 
Emery County. Utah. 



248 



(Reva Lucile AUen 7 - LaMont Lewis 6 - Charles L. 5 - Andrew J. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
REVA LUCILE ALLEN , b 1 March 1930, md 5 March 1947 Norman Fillmore. 

Children: 

Alan Dale Fillmore, b 22 April 1949. 
Norman Roy Fillmore, b 21 October 1950. 
Blaine K. Fillmore, b 16 December 1951 (twin). 
Carl Lewis Fillmore, b 16 December 1951 (twin). 
Sharon Marie Fillmore, b 26 September 1963. 



Myrl J. Grange Record. 

ALLEN 

(Andrew Don Allen 6 - Charles L. 5 - Andrew Jackson n 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

ANDREW DON ALLEN , b 3 January 1938, son of Charles L. and Martha (Gale) Allen, md 18 September 

1939 Florence Lola Tucker, 

Children: 

Don Roy Allen, b 6 January 1941, md 18 June 1960 Dora Lee Zimmerman. 
Lora Lee Allen, b 29 June 1942, md 23 June 1961 Ronald E. Bertelsen. 

BEDWELL 

(Ida Aileen Allen 6 - Charles L. 5 - Andrew Jackson II 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

IDA AILEEN ALLEN , b 18 January 1910, daughter of Charles L. and Martha (Gale) Allen, md 12 

December 1925 Wayne Lee Bedwell. 

Children: 

I, 
Hazel Bedwell. ^ 

Bessie Bedwell. ^ 

Joyce Bedwell. » 

Myrl J. Grange records. ^ 

BRADLEY f 

(Beryl Allen 6 - Charles L. 5 - Andrew Jackson II 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
BERYL ALLEN , daughter of Charles L. and Martha (Gale) Allen, b 20 May 1914, md James M. Bradley. 

Children: 

Loraine Bradley. 
Carl Bradley. 
Evelyn Bradley. 

ALLEN 

(Elbert Gale Allen 6 - Charles L. 5 - Andrew Jackson 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
ELBERT GALE ALLEN , b 22 September 1917, son of Charles L. and Manha (Gale) Allen, md 22 
September 19 Bernice . 

Children: 

Larry Allen. 
Lewis Allen. 
Lloyd Allen. 

Joy Allen. j^y^l j_ Grange record, Huntington 

Emery County, Utah. 



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JOHNSON , „ ^ 

(AUce Allen 5 - Andrew Jackson 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
331. ALICE ALLEN, b 14 March 1882, daughter of Andrew Jackson and Sarah EUza (Pulsipher) Allen, md 

9 October 1899 Joseph Buriah Johnson, b 13 August 1879 at Fountain Green, Utah, son of Milas E. and 

Alice Malissa (Wilkins) Johnson. 

Children: (all born at Huntington, Utah) 

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Joseph Paralym Johnson, b 21 March, d 1 August 1901. f ; 

Myrl Johnson, b 15 July 1902, md 16 May 1923 Ralph S. Grange. 

Eldred Allen Johnson, b 6 March 1904, md May 1931 Anna Fren Cox. 

Armond Buriah Johnson, b 10 July 1909, md April 1933 Adelia B. Edwards. 

Inez Uvorda Johnson, b 30 June 1911, md 23 November 1931 Charles Deireze. 

Eliza Evella Johnson, b 9 December 1912, d 22 April 1917. 

McClelland Johnson, b 16 March 1918, md April 1940 Tessabell Lake. 

Marx Lewellan Johnson, b 12 May 1920, md 28 February 1940 Eva Dean Timothy.. 

Ina Madge Johnson, b 13 August 1924, md 14 July 1943 Star Hal Guymond. 

Enid Mareene Johnson, b 8 June 1926, md 23 June 1950 Eugene C. Miglove. 

Church records, Emery Utah, Myrl J. i 

Grange letter and records. Y 



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GRANGE 

(Myrl Johnson 6 - Alice Allen 5 - Andrew Jackson II 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
MYRL JOHNSON , b 15 July 1902, daughter of Alice Allen and Joseph Buriah Johnson, md 16 May 1923 
Ralph S. Grange, b 21 September 1899, d 15 December 1958, son of Ernest James and Rose Ann 
(Ramsay) Grange. 

Children: 

Ferris Gale Grange, b 7 April 1924, md 8 October 1948 Mary Bean Jones. 
Kathryn Grange, b 12 April 1925, md 7 April 1952 Donald Claire Rahn. 
Ray C. Grange, b 22 November 1926, md 2 April 1938 Phyllis Rae Gordon. 
Joseph Glen Grange, b 9 February 1928, md 28 September 1950 Shirley Swasey. 
Rose Alice Grange, b 16 June 1929, md 11 June 1949 John R. Wilson (Rex Beach) 
E. James Grange, b 24 February 1931, md 6 January 1954 Patsy Joan Herron. 
LaRene Grange, b 6 June 1934, md 18 July 1958 Ora Jay Rammell. 
Janis B. Grange, b 22 January 1936, md 26 June 1953 Norman Gene Carlson. 
Karen Grange, b 31 August 1937, md 7 January 1956 Glen Roy Smith. 
Lynda Grange, b 13 May 1939, md 17 May 1957 Samuel LeRoy Atwood. 
Delores Grange, b 23 January 1942, md 13 February 1965 John Roy Tucker. 

Margo Grange, b 9 March 1943, md Myrlen Howard Christensen, Jr. . he d 1963, md 2nd Blake L. 
Jones 30 April 1965. 

Myrl J. Grange record. 

ALLEN 

(Andrew Jackson III 5 - Andrew Jackson 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
332. ANDREW JACKSON ALLEN , b 9 August 1887 at Huntington, Emery County, Utah, son of Andrew J. 

and Sarah Eliza (Pulsipher) Allen, md 26 May 1909 Geneva Viola Cox. He d in February 1958. No 

children. 



251 

ALLEN 

(Edgar Allen 5 - Andrew Jackson 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

333. EDGAR ALLEN , b 19 July 1891, son of Andrew J. and Eliza (Pulsipher) Allen, md 2 June 1913 Mary 
Elizabeth Greene. 

Children: 

Berlin Dick Allen, b 19 June 1914, md Marie Leamaster. 

William Jackson Allen, b 30 February 1916, md 17 January 1942 Wanda Cook. 

Thelma Rose Allen, b 11 June 1918, md 1st Benjamin Hoopiana 1937, md 2nd 3 September 1941 
Robert C. Cornell. 

Mary Naomi Allen, b 26 April 1920, md Reed Neil Bradley. 

Isabell Allen, b 8 October 1923, md Richard Tenant. 

Fawn Allen, b 5 February 1925, md Richard Ihler. 

Wyonna Allen, b 4 April 1928, md James Murphy. 

Leah Sariah Allen, b 8 May 1930, md Donald E. Lane. 

Reah May Allen, b 30 May 1933, md Raymond C, Lowe, md 2nd Reynolds Collard . 

Leah. Record of Pulsipher -A Hen family, 

Huntington, Utah, Record of 
Huntington Archives, Myrl J. Grange 
records. 



ALLEN 



(William Jackson Allen 6 - Edgar 5 - Andrew Jackson II 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
WILLIAM JACKSON ALLEN , b 30 January 1916, son of Edgar and Mary Elizabeth (Green) Allen, md 
17 January 1942 Wanda Cook. 



Children: 

William Edgar Allen, b 20 February 1944. 
Jackson Garth Allen, b 5 April 1945. 
Kenneth Lorenzo Allen, b 6 October 1946. 
Jerry Lynn Allen, b 20 November 1950. 
Roy Dean Allen, b 3 December 1954. 



Myrl J. Grange record. 



COX 

(Mabel Sariah Allen 5 - Andrew Jackson 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
334. MABEL SARIAH ALLEN , b 15 November 1894 at Huntington, Emery County, Utah, daughter of Andrew 
Jackson and Sarah Eliza (Pulsipher) Allen, md 12 May 1910 Silas Elmer Cox, b 19 October 1890, d 19 
September 1947, son of Elias Hendrickson and Ella Viola Cox. 

Children: (bom at Huntington, Utah) 

Elmer LaVell Cox, b 18 December 1911, d 19 October 1945, md 23 August 1941 Ethel Nebaker. 
Allen Reve Cox, b 27 November 1916, md 2 November 1941 Dessia Taylor. 
Erma M. Cox, b 24 April 1918, d February 1920. 

Andrew Eugene Cox, b 1 March 1916, md 2 February 1942 Jeraldine Hunt. 
Elma M. Cox, b 22 December 1920, md 16 June 1939 Jay Charles Lake. 

Doris Mae Cox, b 21 October 1924, md December 1942 Glen Gordon Garrett, div. , md 2nd Walter 
Dale Brown. 

Huntington Church records, Elma M. 

Cox records. 



252 
Descendants of CHARLES ALBERT and MARY ELLEN (ALLEN) ALLEN. (No. 133) 

NOTE: Charles Albert Allen, b 16 August 1851 at Manti, Utah, was the son of Joseph Stewart Allen, 
b 26Iune 1810 at Onida, New York, who was the son of Dr. Daniel Allen, b June 1783 in Massachusetts. 
Charles Albert Allen's wife Mary Ellen Allen, b 1877 in Washington, Utah was the daughter of Lewis Allen, 
b 1813 in Kentucky, who was the son of Rial Allen, b 1791 in North Carolina, who was the son of Samuel 
Allin, b 1756 in Virginia. 

ALLEN 

(Melvin Allen 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
336. MELVIN ALLEN, b 24 October 1885 at Huntington, Emery County, Utah, son of Charles Albert and Mary 
Ellen (Allen) Allen, md 16 February 1910 Fern Lameroux, b 18 July 1890 at Hyden, Fremont County, 
Idaho. 

Children: (born at Twin Falls, Idaho) 

Clifton Eugene Allen, b 23 January 1911, d 1932, unmd. 

Maud Allen, b 5 December 1912, md 27 April 1946 Fred Dawson. 

Vera Allen, b 24 July 1914, md 14 November 1935 Jackson Kneeshaw. 

Frank Allen, b 6 May 1916, unmd. 

Ana Lou Allen, b 31 December 1918, md 18 August 1934 at Reno, Nevada Verland J. Smith. 

Harold Lameroux Allen, b 6 November 1920, md 21 November 1942 Dorothea Alberta Mullon. 

Wanda Mary Allen, b 17 May 1924, md 20 July 1941 Joseph J. Figueroa. 



KNEESHAW 

(Vera Allen 6 - Melvin Allen 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
VERA ALLEN , b 24 July 1914, md 14 November 1935 Jackson Kneeshaw. 

Children: 

Kenneth Kneeshaw, b February 1937. 
Michael Kneeshaw (twin), b 27 March 1938. 
Boy (twin), b 27 March 1938, d infant. 
Kathleen Kneeshaw, b 1943. 

SMITH 

(Ana Lou Allen 6 - Melvin 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ANA LOU ALLEN . b 31 December 1918, md 18 August 1934 at Reno, Nevada Verland J. Smith. 

Children: 

Lawrence Allen Smith, b 24 April 1937 at Oroville, California, md Helen S. Merrill. 

Victoria Jean Smith, b 1 December 1944 at Oroville, California, md in Iowa Morlin Dee Bowles. 

ALLEN 

(Harold Lameroux Allen 6 - Melvin 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

HAROLD LAMEROUX ALLEN , b 6 November 1920, md 21 November 1942 Dorothea Alberta Mullon. 

Children: 

Beverly Jean Allen, b 25 March 1944 at Burbank, California. 
Lynn Alice Allen, b 23 May 1945 at Burbank, California. 



253 



FIGUEROA 

(Wanda Mary Allen 6 - Melvin 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
WANDA MARY ALLEN , b 17 May 1924, md 20 July 1941 Joseph J. Figueroa. 

Children: 

Michael Allen Figueroa, b 20 May 1942 at Oroville, California. 
Linda Figueroa, b 11 September 1943 at Oroville, California. 
David Joseph Figueroa, b 27 October 1944. 

Record of BeulahA. Graham. 



ALLEN 

(James Bird Allen 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

337. JAMES BIRD ALLEN , b 2 September 1888 at Huntington, Emery County, Utah, son of Charles Albert and 
Mary Ellen (Allen) Allen, md 3 June 1920 at Salt Lake City, Utah, Annie Olive Ricks, b 15 February 
1891 at Castle Valley, Utah, daughter of Johnathan and Eliza Jane (Eynon) Ricks. 

Children: 

Norman Lovell Allen, b 21 April 1921 at LaGrande, Oregon, d 9 August 1941, unmd. 

Record given by Beulah A. Graham. 



GRAHAM 

(Beulah Allen 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
338. BEULAH ALLEN , b 5 December 1890 at Clifton, Garfield County, Utah, md 18 April 1915 at Twin Falls, 

Idaho, Dallis Augustus Graham, b 20 August 1891, son of Gregory Woodruff Graham. 

Children: 

Valta Rose Graham, b 29 January 1916 at Hanse, Twin Falls, Idaho, md 3 December 1933 Arthur Ivan 

Langolis. 
Lois Mary Graham, b 8 January 1918 at Burley, Idaho, md 15 September 1935 Joseph Eugene Farrel. 
Marjorie Graham, b 25 September 1922 at Burley, Idaho, md 15 September 1935 Lawrence Edward Ferrel. 
Jackson Dallis Graham, b 2 March 1924 at LaGrande, Oregon, md 20 December 1941 Elsie Matilda Mitchell. 



LANGOLIS 

(Valta Rose Graham 6 - Beulah Allen 5 -Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

VALTA ROSE GRAHAM , b 29 January 1916 at Hanse, Twin Falls, Idaho, md 3 December 1933 Arthur Ivan 

Langolis. 

Children: 

Dallis Clyde Langolis, b 23 June 1935 at Rio Del, California, md 14 November 1957 Virginia Burgins. 

Shirley Lorraine Langolis, b 1 March 1938. d 28 April 1946. 

Kenneth Lee Langolis, b 2 October 1939, md 10 October 1960 Patricia C. Brady. 

Valta Lynnette Langolis, b 6 May 1950 at Chico, California. 

Ricky Todd Langolis, b 30 October 1955. 



254 



FERRELL 

(Lois Mary Graham 6 - Beulah Allen 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

LOIS MARY GRAHAM , b 8 January 1918 at Burley, Idaho, md 15 September 1935 Joseph Eugene Ferrell. 

Children: 

Lillian Joanne Ferrell. b 6 July 1936 at Rio Del, California, md 1 January 1953 Wm. Verney Wakefield. 
Rodney Eugene Ferrell. b 13 July 1937 at Rio Del, California, d 29 August 1961 in Alaska, md 19 December 
1957 Betty Stout. 

WAKEFIELD 

(Lillian Joanne Ferrell 7 - Lois M. Graham 6 - Beulah Allen 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
LILUAN JOANNE FERRELL , b 6 July 1936 at Rio Del. California, md 1 January 1953 Wm. Verney 
Wakefield. 

Children: 

James Wm. Wakefield, b 25 June 1954 in California. 

Lynn Ellen Wakefield, b 17 March 1956. 

Rebecca Dianne Wakefield, b 8 August 1958 at Chico, California. 

David Allen Wakefield, b 1 May 1965 at Chico. California. 

FERRELL 

(Rodney Eugene Ferrell 7 - Lois M. Graham 6 - Beulah Allen 5 - Mary E. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
RODNEY EUGENE FERRELL . b 13 July 1937 at Rio Del, California, d 29 August 1961 in Alaska, md 19 
December 1957 Betty Stout. 

Children: 

Sherree Ann Ferrell, b 11 June 1961 in Palmer, Alaska. 

FERRELL 

(Marjorie Graham 6 - Beulah Allen 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

MARJORIE GRAHAM , b 25 September 1922 at Burley, Idaho, md 15 September 1935 Lawrence Edward 

Ferrell. 

Children: 

Marjorie Lynda Ferrell, b 13 January 1944 at Fontana, Califomia, md 29 July 1961 Claude J. Buckland. 
Warren Grant Ferrell, b 5 June 1950 at Chico, California. 
Kurtis L. Ferrell, b 27 July 1953 at Chico, California. 

GRAHAM 

(Jackson Dallis Graham 6 - Beulah Allen 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

JACKSON DALLIS GRAHAM , b 2 March 1924 at LaGrande, Oregon, md 20 December 1941 Elsie Matilda 

Mitchell, md 2nd Johnita Louise Ross. 

Children: (Elsie Matilda Mitchell) 

Margorie Jeannette Graham, b 16 April 1943 at Fortuna. Humbolt, California, md 1961 Leland L. Larsen. 

Children: (Johnita Louise Ross) 

Kathleen Ann Graham, b 13 August 1948 at Fortuna, California. 
Dennis Eugene Graham, b 1 September 1949 at Fortuna, California. 

Mrs. Beulah A. Graham Personal record. 



255 



ALLEN 

(Isaac Merlin Allen 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
340. ISAAC MERLIN ALLEN , b 19 January 1895 at Escalante, Garfield County, Utah, son of Charles Albert 

and Mary Ellen (Allen) Allen, md 17 October 1915 at Twin Falls, Idaho Amy Henrietta Larsen, b 9 

October 1896 at Kenosh, Wisconsin. 

Children: 

Lester Merlin Allen, b 20 July 1916, md 19 August 1941 Iva Katheryn Pabst, no children. 
Robert O'neal Allen b 11 April 1925, md 18 November 1946 Dorothy LaVonne Lee. 



ALLEN 

(Robert O'neal Allen 6 - Isaac Merlin 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ROBERT O'NEAL ALLEN , b 11 April 1925, md 18 November 1946 Dorothy LaVonne Lee. 

Children: 

Barbara Lee Allen, b 27 August 1947 at Moscow, Idaho. 
Randy Dale Allen (twin), b 22 May 1948 at Twin Falls, Idaho. 
Marty I. Allen (twin), b 22 May 1948 at Twin Falls, Idaho. 

Beulah A. Graham record. 

ALLEN 

(Lewis Marion Allen 5 - Maty Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

341. LEWIS MARION ALLEN , b 13 November 1895 at Victor, Fremont County, Idaho, son of Charles Albert 
and Mary Ellen (Allen) Allen, md 5 May 1923 Annie Murrish, b 15 November 1905 at Blair County, Idaho, 
daughter of John Henry Murrish. 

Children: 

Martha Lorraine Allen, b 5 April 1924 at Twin Falls, Idaho, md 5 August 1943 William K. Graves. 
James Lewis Allen, b 22 February 1934 at Rio Del, California, md 16 June 1959 Clara Marie Hanrahan. 

GRAVES 

(Martha Lorraine Allen 6 - Lewis Marion 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

MARTHA LORRAINE ALLEN, b 5 April 1924 at Twin Falls, Idaho, md 5 August 1943 William K. Graves. 

Children: 

Kenneth LaMont Graves, b 22 April 1944 at Oroville, California, md 5 October 1963 Linda Sue Boatwright. 
Kathleene Anne Graves, b 7 July 1950 at Oroville, California. 
Robin Gene Graves, b 4 March 1955 at Oroville, California. 
Brian Allen Graves, b 8 November 1960 at Oroville, California. 

ALLEN 

(Howard Spencer Allen 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

342. EDWARD SPENCER ALLEN , b 21 April 1899 at Victor, Idaho, son of Charles Albert and Mary Ellen (Allen) 
Allen, md 3 July 1925 at Twin Falls, Idaho Dollie Marie Jensen, b 10 October 1906 at Sumpter, Oregon, 
daughter of Joseph Gerhard and Christene Amelia (Mortensen) Jensen. 

Children: 

Rose Marie Allen, b 14 October 1926 at Oroville, California, md 28 July 1943 Wm. Alfred Charlton. 
Dorothy Louise Allen, b 9 September 1931 at Rio Del, California, md 28 September 1952 George Patrick 

Lennon. 
Howard Clifton Allen, b 24 October 1934 at Rio Del, California, md 9 February 1958 Eleanor L. Price. 



256 



CHARLTON „ ^ , , ^ 

(Rose Marie Allen 6 - Howard Spencer 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Uwis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
ROSE MARIE ALLEN , b 14 October 1926 at OroviUe, California, md 28 July 1943 Wm. Alfred Charlton. 

Children: 

AUen Reed Charlton, b 14 May 1946 at Eureka, California. 
Lynn Marie Charlton, b 18 October 1947 at Eureka, California. 

LENNON 

(Dorothy Louise Allen 6 - Howard Spencer 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
DOROTHY LOUISE ALLEN , b 9 September 1931 at Rio Del, California, md 28 September 1952 George 
Patrick Lennon. 

Children: 

Patrick Neal Lennon, b 3 October 1953 at Scotia, California. 
CarroU Harold Lennon, b 13 February 1955 at Scotia, California. 
David Clinton Lennon, b 24 September 1956 at Scotia, California. 
Tracy Kathleen Lennon, b 14 March 1959 at Scotia, California. 

Beulah Graham record. 

ALLEN 

(Orson Lorenzo Allen 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
343. ORSON LORENZO ALLEN , b 21 September 1901 at Victor, Idaho, son of Charles Albert and Mary Ellen 

(Allen) Allen, md 5 August 1928 at Gridley, California Vida Clement, b 10 AprU 1910 at Alta, Wyoming, 

daughter of Heber Taylor and Melissa Ellen (Jones) Clement. 

Children: 

Andrew Jay Allen, b 8 September 1941 at Fortuna, California, md 25 July 1965 Sharon K. Maki. 
Gary Gene Allen, b 16 August 1947 at Scotia, California, md 3 July 1964 Carol Ann Parnell. 
Barbara Rose Allen, b 10 July 1949 at Scotia, California. 



ALLEN 

(Andrew Jay Allen 6 - Orson Lorenzo 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ANDREW JAY ALLEN , b 8 September 1941 at Fortuna, California, md 25 July 1965 Sharon K. Maki. 

Children: 

Martie Glen Allen, b 27 July 1966. 

ALLEN 

(Gary Gene Allen 6 - Orson Lorenzo 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

GARY GENE ALLEN , b 16 August 1947 at Scotia, California, md 3 July 1964 Carol Ann Parnell. 

Children: 

Gary Gene Allen, b 16 September 1964 at Scotia, California. 

Mrs. Beulah A. Graham records. 



257 

MURRISH - VARNAtlDO 

(Cordelia 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
344. CORDELIA ALLEN , b 24 November 1904 at Victor, Idaho, daughter of Charles Albert and Mary Ellen 

(Allen) Allen, md 5 April 1923 at Twin Falls, Idaho, Sidney Ralph Murrish, b 31 January 1899 at Twin 

Falls, son of John Henry and Annie (Bolton) Murrish. 

Children: 

Nita Opal Murrish, b 3 February 1924 at Twin Falls, Idaho, md 1 July 1945 Laurence E. Vamado. 
Children : 
Laurence Edward Varnado Jr. , b 6 November 1946 at Scotia, California. 

ALLEN 

(Byron Carlos Allen 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

346. BYRON CARLOS ALLEN, b 4 December 1906 at Victor, Idaho, son of Charles Albert and Mary Ellen (Allen) 
Allen, md 23 September 1934 at Rio Del,California Linda Maxine Schmidt, b 5 August 1918 at Scotia, 
California, daughter of Thomas and Myrtle Luella (Briggs) Schmidt. 

Children: 

Byron Thomas Allen, b 19 April 1936 at Fortune, Humbolt County, California, md 20 July 1955 Lida 

LaRue Smuin, 
Laneen Joy Allen, b 19 April 1939 at Oroville, California, d infant. 

Timothy Darrell Allen, b 25 July 1940 at Fortuna, California, md 19 March 1960 Christie E. Abbott. 
Judith Sharon Allen, b 15 October 1943, md 19 March 1960 Robert Allen Miller. 

Record of Beulah A. Graham. 

ALLEN - SCHNEIDER 

(Raymond LeonAUen 5 - Mary Ellen 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

347. RAYMOND LEON ALLEN , b 22 June 1933 at Rock Creek, Idaho, son of Charles Albert and Mary Ellen 
(Allen) Allen, md 2 July 1933 at Scotia, California, Ruth Christena Jensen, b 1 April 1914 at Twin Falls, 
Idaho, daughter of Jos. Gerhard and Christina Amelia (Mortensen) Jensen. 

Children: (born at Rio Del, California) 

Patricia Ruth Allen, b 21 May 1938, md 25 June 1955 Charles Taylor Schneider. 

Children : 

Linda Darlene Schneider, b 20 September 1956 at Logan, Utah. rv.<i. Pe.V.-''tK 0'«eK< 6-/vtyty*»/ 

Leslie Sue Schneider, b 17 June 1958 at Eureka, California. 

Laurie Dee Schneider, b 15 December 1959 at Eureka, California. 

Allen Taylor Schneider, b 16 August 1962 at Eureka, California. 

Lisa Ray Schneider, b 10 September 1963 at Eureka, California. 
Diana Ellen Allen, b 24 July 1945, md 19 February 1966 Robert W. Witte. 
Chris Anne Allen, b 13 December 1953. 



258 



Descendants of WILLIAM COLEMAN and LOVINA JANE (SMITH) ALLEN (No. 137) 

(William S. 5 - William Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

349. WILLLAM SMITH ALLEN , b 2 November 1867 at Draper, Utah, d 30 March 1926 in railroad accident one 
week after his father's death. Son of William Coleman and Lovina Jane (Smith) Allen, md 3 May 1895 
Eliza Orgill, b 13 November 1870 at Draper, Utah, d 8 April 1948 at Draper, Utah, daughter of Joseph 
and Phoebe (Croxwell) Orgill. 

Children: (all born at Draper, Utah) 

703. Gretta Orgill Allen, b 11 February 1896," d 1 May 1911. 

704. William Reverl Allen, b 5 November 1897, d 12 March 1904. 

705. Melva Eliza Allen, b 10 May 1904, md 4 November 1925 Willard Day, he d March 1966. 

706. Loma Orpha Allen, b 10 June 1907, md 16 November 1933 Golden Lambert. 

707. Merlin DuMont Allen, b 1 December 1908, md 22 December 1931 Mildred Hardcastle. 

Wm. C. Allen family record. 

ALLEN 

(Andrew Wamsley Allen 5 - William Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2- Samuel 1) 

350. ANDREW WAMSLEY ALLEN, b 12 January 1869 at Draper, Utah, d 25 December 1941 at Salt Lake City, 
son of William Coleman and Lovina Jane (Smith) Allen, md 8 (9) November 1894 Hannah Martina 
Peterson, b 15 October 1872, daughter of Charles M. and Hannah E. (Jorgensen) Peterson, d 30 October 
1923 at Salt Lake City, Utah. Both she and Andrew were pioneer children of "Allen Camp" later called 
St. Joseph, Arizona. 

Children: (born at Draper, Utah) 

708. Viona Allen, b 14 October 1895, md 16 June 1916 Henry Ballard, he d 5 August 1954. 

709. Hannah Evelyn Allen, b 7 January 1898, d 26 June 1947, md 20 July 1917 George A. Jensen, he d 23 

June 1952. 

710. Lavina Adele Allen, b 25 December 1910, md 7 May 1928 Albert L. Anderberg, he d August 1966, 

711. Amy Thelma Allen, b 26 September 1903, md 24 January 1923 John Brower Soper. 

Marriage certificate. Church records, 
Wm. Coleman record, Peterson records. 

ALLEN 

(Rial Coleman Allen 5 - Wm. Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

353. RIAL COLEMAN ALLEN , b 11 April 1875 at Draper, Utah, d 9 May 1940, son of William Coleman and 

Lovina Jane (Smith) Allen, md 5 December 1900 Bertha Neilson, b 16 March 1875 at Mona, Juab County, 
Utah, d 8 November 1931, daughter of Christian Emil and Christina (Knudsen) Neilson. 

Children: (born at Draper, Utah) 

712. Ethan Rial Allen, b 5 May 1902, md Ethel Foutz. 

713. Louis Leonard Allen, b 20 August 1904, md 16 February 1945 Edith Childs. 

714. Olga Christina Allen, b 14 November 1906, md 20 May 1925 William Leslie Warr. 

715. Russell Emil Allen, b 14 May 1909, md 5 December 1935 Vervene Strong. 

716. Ila JaneAllen, b 12 April 1916, md. Charles Bramble, he. died.. 

Wm. Allen records. 



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WILFORDJ. ALLEN 
1879 - 1949 





ANDREW J. ALLEN 

1818 - 1884 

Pioneer - 1847 




WILLIAM C. ALLEN 

1844 - 1926 

Pioneer - 1847 



DELILAH B. ANDREWS 
1819 - 1869 
Pioneer - 1847 





LOVINAJANE SMITH 

1848 - 1925 

Pioneer - 1852 



ABSALOM W. SMITH 
1819 - 1904 
Pioneer - 1852 




AMY EMILY DOWNS 
1823 - 1895 
Pioneer - 1852 



111 AFi-niorv of 




Wilfonl l;u-ks(i;i Allon 

IU)U.\ 

April 26, iS79 
Si. Joseph, Aiizoii.i 

nil I) 

April 6, 1949 



MEMORIAL SERVICES 

held at 

Garden Park L. D. S. Ward Chapel 

April 11, 1949 12:15 p.m. 

Bishop Charles F. Fawson Officiating 
Springview Ward 

SERVICl'.S 
Prayer at Home - C. JV.chucll Rohb'uis 
I'reliule Music - Scldon Heaps 

Invocation - Shcnna)i D. Ridcout 
Vocal Solo'(.^ne .Sweetly Solemn Thought' 
Rlu-a B. Nelson 
Ace. by I.,()is Dr:in(^y Phillips 
Speaker - - Milan Erickson 

Quartette, "Come Unto Me" 
riailhiinl Gundcrson, C. Conway Grant 
Ncal Mann, IVilliani Peterson 
Ace. by Mrs. Billie Ballard 
Speaker - - Heber J. Smith 

Vocal Solo, "In The Garden" 

Rhea B. Nelson 
Speaker - Pres. Richard L. Evans 
Quartette, - "The Lord's Prayer" 
Benediction - Bp. David D. Brimhall 
Postlude Music - Seldon Heaps 

"("loodni.yht Sweetlieart" Mrs. A. E. Allen 

INTI'.UMF.NT 

Salt Lake City Cemetery 
Gra\-esi(le Prayer - Earl S. . Illen 

i>Ai.i.ni:AUKUs 
I.t. Bruce Bliss Allen, Marvin G. Allen 
.\rthiir Elrton Allen, Lorin S. Allen 
Douglas R. Allen, and Calvin Robbins 



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WILFORD J. ALLEN 



WILFORD J. ALLEN was born the 26th of April, 1879 in a new settlement known as "Allen's Camp, " in 
Apache County, Arizona. His father, William Coleman Allen, who came to Utah in September 1847 as a 
child of four years with his parents Andrew Jackson and Delilah (Andrews) Allen, had been selected by the 
President of the L.D.S. Church, Brigham Young, with a group of families, to go to Arizona, and locate a 
place where they could build a settlement, and establish a plan called "The United Order". There were six 
families in this migration, the Skousens, Horns, Petersons, Walbeck and Richards families, with William 
Allen as President of the Company, This settlement was later called "Allen City" and then changed to St. 
Joseph, but there was much confusion with the postal authorities on account of St, Joseph, Missouri, and so 
the government officials had the narre changed to JOSEPH CITY, and so what was once St, Joseph, Apache 
County, Arizona, became Joseph City, Navajo County, Arizona, for by this time the County of Apache was 
divided. 

After six weeks of travel, the Allen family arrived safely at the Fort in Arizona and soon accustomed 
themselves to their new mode of living. A few months after their arrival a new son was born to them. Wilford 
Woodruff, while on a mission to Kentucky, had become acquainted with the Allen family, had converted and 
baptized James and his wife Nancy Allen, with other members of the family. He remained a great friend of 
the family through the many years, and at the time of the birth of this baby was living with the Allen family 
in Arizona. He went in to see Mother Allen, said, "You have a beautiful son. Sister Allen, may I give him a 
blessing and give him my name''" He did give him a wonderful blessing and said he had a wonderful spirit and 
would live to be a leader among men. How true this blessing was fulfilled in after years- It seems sad that 
his father William saw fit to change his middle name to Jackson, as he wished a child named after his father, 
and so the birth was registered as Wilford Jackson Allen, his grandfather being Andrew Jackson Allen, the 1847 
pioneer. 



His Childhood in Arizona . Although less than six years of age at the time the family left Arizona to 
return to Utah, many of the things that happened in his early life remained in his memory. Their playground 
was the vast desert around them. His brothers would put him on a pony and he would ride around over the 
desert ground. They loved to play baseball, and in the early spring, fly their home-made kites. Mother Allen 
made their baseballs from strips of rawhide which she sewed together, and stuffed with old material which had 
outworn its usefulness . He used to think it was a treat when his father would take him with him when he went 
to the warehouse, and watch him take out his great ring of keys to unlock the heavy hinged door, and get the 
provisions that were ordered for the day. He could remember the great, long wooden tables in the dining hall, 
and the long benches on either side, where they all sat down to eat together. After the breakfast was prepared, 
all were called together for prayer, which was generally a very long one, and out of one eye, he would look 
longingly at the food, and hope it wouldn't get too cold. 

The children used to play around, outside the Fort, but it was a rule that they should not go too far away 
from their home, although the neighboring Navajos seemed to be a friendly, peaceful tribe. He never feared 
the Indians, but would watch them when they came to the Fort to beg or to borrow grain or flour. Father Allen 
had made friends with the Indians, and would never turn them down, no matter what they asked for, even 
though at times their own rations were short. At this early age he was taught a great lesson in honesty. The 
Indians would trudge away with the sack of flour or grain upon their backs, and some one would say. "Well, 
you will never see that Indian again. " "Oh yes I will, " his father would say, for the grain was promised to 
be returned after the harvest came. Had he never been repaid for the loan, he felt that it was better to keep 
them friends than to bring their displeasure. Sure enough, when the harvest was over, here, in the distance, 
trudging along with a sack on his shoulder, heading for the Fort would be the Indian borrower, and with a broad 
grin on his countenance, he would place the sack at the feet of Father Allen. In all the years he was president 
of the Colony every item he ever loaned to the Navajos was returned in full. 



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A Train in 1881- -The AtlanticPacific Railroad . The one great event in their otherwise lonely lives, 
was the passing of the train traveling back and forth, east and west. Daily they would sit out in front of the 
Fort and watch for the train of cars to pass. When it would come, they all would scream and yell, and wave 
a welcome, and then the noisy engine and cars would pass from view, and the excitement was over 'till 
another day. The train crew would always wave back, and they would blow their whistle loud and long, which 
m.ade the children feel very important indeed. This railroad began active service in 1881, and was caUed the 
"Atlantic -Pacific Railroad. " 

A Return Trip to Utah. 1884 . Upon the death of his grandfather Andrew Jackson AUen at Draper. Utah in 
July of 1884, William Allen was sent for to go to Utah and settle up the estate. So arrangements were made 
with the Church authorities for their release after eight years of missionary work in Arizona. By this time the 
colony had grown considerably, and was in good running order, with a fine dam to control the water of the 
Little Colorado, and he felt that he had made good returns during the more than eight yean he had presided 
there, and upon his release from the President of the Church, preparations were made for their return to their 
former home at Draper, Utah. It was a sad parting indeed, for the families were devoted neighbors and friends, 
sharing alike, during eight years of close companionship. 

The trip back to Utah was the first great event in Wilford's life. They loaded their most important be- 
longings in their covered wagons, along with enough provisions to last them during their six weeks of travel. 
Great barrels of water were strapped to the sides of the wagons as this was the never ending problem of travel, 
just to have enough water for their needs until they would have a chance to replenish. The older boys rode 
the ponies, the rest of the family rode in the covered wagons over the never ending waste of miles and miles 
of dry soil and barren rock, over a pathless desert with only a trail, at times, to guide them. There was much 
wild citron growing the wayside and the children were quite excited, thinking they were melons, which caused 
much disappointment. 

Lee's Ferry . Stamped deep in his memory of this eventful journey was the crossing of the Colorado at 
Lee's Ferry. This Ferry was a raft of great logs, some thirty or more feet long, all bound together and 
fastened with raw hide and ropes, and the craft was guided, from one side of the shore to the other by long 
poles for oars. The ferry made the crossing in the early part of the day. for as the day wore on. the current 
became more swift, strong winds arising daily toward afternoon, which made the crossing very dangerous. 
They knew this and so the family arrived in plenty of time to make the crossing while the river was peaceful. 
They secured one wagon on the ferry, and part of their belongings, getting ready to go across, when a team 
of horses hitched to a light wagon dashed toward the ferry. Lying in the bonom of the wagon box lay a man 
badly injured. He had cut his foot with an ax , has lost a lot of blood and was suffering greatly. The driver 
was making every effon to get him to a doctor without delay. So they unloaded as quickly as possible to make 
way for the emergency and the ferry was soon on the way across with the injured man. 

By the time the ferry returned, the wind had begun to arise, and the stream was becoming rougher each 
moment. Although the trip looked foreboding, they were anxious to get across, and decided to run the risk. 
They fastened the wagons securely on the ferry and started across, but it was now hard to keep the ferry from 
traveling down stream. It took much skiU and management, with the use of their long poles, to get the 
ferry to the opposite side, and before they landed they had traveled down the Colorado half a mile. Sitting 
at the back of the wagon was dear Mother AUen, with Wilford in her lap. She often said this was the most 
frightened she had even been in her entire life, but she knew her prayers were answered as they all set foot on 
the opposite shore, and before going farther, they decided to make camp and call it a day. 

After six weeks of pilgrimage they could see the end of their journey. Ever}' one was so very happy as they 
came in sight of the old Smith Home on South State street, just south of the Draper cross roads. The big gray 
house owned by Absalom Smith, the grandfather, was a welcome sight. Wilford's mother told him to go around 
to the rear of the house, and ask if he could buy some milk. Feeling like a little stranger, timidly he went. 
He gave a gentle knock on the door and when grandmother Amy Smith opened the door, she gave him one look, 



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and took him up in her arms with hugs and kisses. It was a wonderful reunion, for William and Jane Allen were 
bringing back with them the three children the grandparents had never seen, Wilford, Earl and Margaret, all 
born while they were in Arizona. They all stayed at the Smith home, until Uncle Heber Smith, who had 
leased their place, could find a house to move into. 



Home . The Allen home was a two room adobe dwelling, situated upon thirteen acres of good farm land 
in the eastern part of Draper. It stood just in front of their first home, a one room log cabin. This was now 
used as a sleeping place for the boys, housing two double beds, and here they slept, warm and cozy. Mother 
Allen made such warm comfortable quilts, although she made these out of the worn clothes and suits that had 
outgrown their usefulness, by the time she had finished them, they were a work of art, and looked so warm and 
inviting. There was always an air of beauty and artistic endeavor in everything she undertook to do. 



School. His first school was held in a small adobe building which was used five days a week for the edu- 
cation of the children, and on Sunday the Church services were held there, as well as any important meetings 
on week nights. In the center of the room stood a large black "pot bellied " stove, which burned both coal and 
wood. A stove-pipe went from the stove to the corner of the room v/here the chimney stood, all jointed to- 
gether, and wired to the ceiling. Here the children could toast their faces while their backs would be freezing. 
It was an impossibility to regulate the heat properly, but was all they had in those days It was not unusual at 
the recess period or the lunch hour, for the boys to start to scuffle and often bump against the pipe, and down 
it would come, soot and joints and all. Then would come a stampede and the girls would lead the way outside, 
while the boys would get a ladder and put the pieces together again, and make some sort of order out of the 
chaos. 

The teacher he spoke of most often was Nellie Brown, later Mrs, Nellie Fitzgerald, He was always very 
fond of her, and often spoke of her great respect and kindness to her mother and her family, She was always 
an inspiration to her pupils and many of her teachings influenced him throughout his life. 

In those days they made their own recreation and entertainment. Parties, dances, home dramatics, games, 
anything to pass the time away. He learned to play the harmonica and the jew's-harp. His father was an ex- 
pert at playing the jew's-harp, and there were always three or four of them lying upon the mantles. Horseback 
riding too, on "Old Fly, " "Buttons, " "Old Commet" and a sleigh with sttings of bells when the winter came. 

Mother Allen was one of the finest women this world has ever known. To me she was never a mother-in- 
law, but always Mother. She was just, understanding, considerate, lovable, helpful and generous. She was 
very beautiful. People said when she was young she was the belle of the town. It was quite a comfort to me 
to marry one who was her son, and to marry into such a wonderful family. I had one consuming wish above all 
others .and that was that one day the good Lord would let me be the mother of a daughter, to look like her, and 
to be like her. How good God was to us^for our first born was a beautiful daughter who was like her in looks 
and was blessed with Mother Allen's many fine attributes. Ruby born June 9, 1903. 

In August of the next year our lovely son Wilford Douglas came to brighten our home. He was a darling, 
bringing so much love and affection with him. What a privilege to be the parents of such wonderful children. 
He was born the 11th of August 1904. Later came our Bliss, with auburn hair and big dark eyes. He was born 
the 3rd of August 1911 when Douglas was seven years old. Next we had Mignon, who throughout her life has 
been a wonderful daughter to us, just as her sister Ruby has been. Fifteen months later came a plump, lovely 
boy whom we called Marvin, after Prof. Marvin Chamberlain, who was our very dear friend. Four years later 
after a devastating year in Montana, upon our return to Salt Lake our fourth son Arthur Eldon came to brighten 
our home. Two years later in 1921 our Duane was welcomed into the family. In March 1924 our Ramon came 
to gladden our hearts, and then on Wilford's birthday the 26th of April, 1926 our seventh son was born and we 
named him Lorin Sheril. So now our family of nine children was complete. 



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Years came and went. Our seven sons and two daughters brought us much happiness. We took the bitter 
with the sweet. We shared in sickness and in health. Each year was something new. He loved the fishing 
trips he arranged with his fellow workers. Two weeks out in the wilds with his friends each year to Idaho or 
Montana and sometimes to Wyoming. He belonged to the Traction Nine, his company's baseball group, in 
the years he was slender and a good runner, and in later years at Dirks Field to watch the league. 

Through the strenuous duties of his office during World War II. with the anxiety of having five sons in the 
service and Ramon missing in action and the terrible news of his death in the Mediterranean, one night at work, 
when the load was extra heavy, he took a cerebral hemorrhage, and from this he never entirely recovered. He 
retired now from the position of Head Dispatcher, as he was unable to work any longer, giving up his position 
after forty -three years of faithful service. It would have been a wonderful thing if television could have been 
in our home. It was just being introduced in the West at this time. 

The First Marriage o n Television in the West . He said he had a friend, Jim Donaldson, at whose store 
some new T.V. sets had just arrived, and we were invited some time to go see them. I called Mr. Donaldson 
and he said to come over and enjoy the evening. I had told him of the program, but it was to be a surprise to 
Wilford. Just before eight o'clock, Mr. Donaldson turned all four sets on to K.S.L. As we looked over the 
crowd in view he said, "Isn't that Viola and young Douglas in there?" Just then the chimes said eight o'clock 
and the announcer said, "We are now to witness the first wedding ever performed over the television west of 
the Mississippi. In a moment youwillseejudge W. Douglas Allen entering the chapel. Here he comes with 
his Bible in his hand, up the isle, taking his place at the head of the alter. " Then distinctly came the picture 
of the bride upon her father's arm, with her flower girls and her maids of honor, etc. , the groom and his best 
man, coming from a side entrance, and the strains of the Wedding March coming clearly over the air. Douglas' 
voice rang out loud and clear, and the ceremony proceeded beautifully. To see T.V. for the first time, and 
his son officiating at such an occasion, made us realize we are really living in the age of miracles. 

After so busy a life, time often weighed heavy on his hands, and so he went on a nice long trip to Washington 
to visit our dear Mignon and her family. We spent the winters in Arizona and California, and our summers at 
home or in Idaho and Montana. One day I asked him if he would like to go to Mexico. The reaction was 
astounding. He felt ready to leave the next day he was so excited. He felt a great desire to see the evidences 
of the teachings of the Book of Mormon, and so in June of 1948 we set out for Mexico. After leaving Utah we 
visited the Carlsbad Caverns, and then traveled on to El Paso, Texas. We spent one night at the motel in 
Laredo, and next morning drove across the International Bridge into Neuva Laredo and Mexico. 

The great bridge over the Rio Grande was a surprise to us for the river was almost dry, tiny islands lay in its 
bed, and so very little water that we wondered why such a great high bridge. Later we were to know. We were 
stopped and entered the dingy old, dilapidated lean-to , huts or shacks, that lined the sidewalk of wood, with 
an odor dusty and musty with age. Here our baggage was inspected by an officer in his shabby Mexican uniform. 
We sold our money for the Mexican pesos, four and one half pesos for our American Dollar. The pesos were so 
old, dirty and worn we were almost afraid to handle the paper, but we went on and I was richer by four hundred 
and fifty pesos. 

He enjoyed every moment of the trip. Years of study of the Book of Mormon brought many memories back 
to him. As we passed the great wall of black lava he could quote its history. He felt they were priceless 
moments when he climbed the great steps of the ancient pyramids and strolled around them at their base or sat 
on the head of one of the great stone serpants to rest. We sat on the stone seats of the amphitheater, facing the 
arena, and in our mind's eye could visualize the sports and great events which entertained the people of almost 
two thousand or more years ago. The old ancient seats were still the deep maroon in color after the storms and 
elements and the blazing sun had spent their strength through the many years. The seats were comfortably 
arranged, built in a semi-circle, row after row, of solid cement. What ancient mixture could they have used? 
Their knowledge of many things was beyond belief. 

Over the Siena Madre Mountains we drove, sometimes having to travel as far as two hundred miles to get 
forty or fifty miles ahead. At times the visability ahead would be less than ten feet. It seemed as though we 



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were traveling through the clouds. We visited the new volcano Paracutin, which three years before had been 
a corn field. We were a little dubious, but the ground proved hard and we traveled over miles of black 
powdered roads or rather strips of land, for no roads were visible. All vegetation had vanished and only the 
skeletons of trees and shrubs remained. We drove as close as we could with the car, and then there were 
horses that could be hired if a person so desired. We were now less than two miles from the eruption. The 
town around us was buried except for the tower of the church which was surrounded with great chunks of lava. 
The lava was still hot from the intense fire that had sent it down. Paracutin at the end of three years was 
now 1200 feet high, and flaming red at its c?.nter. There had been a dispute between two Mexicans as to the 
ownership of the land on which tht corn was planted. They quarreled bitterly, although they had been friends. 
The next morning there was a small thin streak of smoke coming up from the center of the field. With each 
day the smoke rose higher and higher and then the eruption occurred. They felt that the land had been cursed 
on their account, as a punishrr:ent, because of their quarrel and were in great fear. 

As the volcano spread and threw her fl.ames to the sky, the people realized their danger and all moved 
away without a casualty. Now the land for many many miles around is a barren waste. It was an experience, 
but we were glad to go on our way to more pleasant surroundings. 

On June 20th, our forty-seventh anniversary, wg spent in Mexico City, and drove out to visit the beautiful 
sunken gardens. We went riding on the lagoon in one of the gondolas, called the "CONCHITA" the name all 
bedecked with flowers of yellow and gold and white. The water was not too deep, as the guide rode along 
pushing the oar. We traveled up and down the lagoon passing beautiful gardens of flowers. Mexican women 
would swing their tiny boats near us for us to buy their flowers. We had corsages of orchids, and dozens of 
gladiolas and many tropical flowers. There were many boats of musicians, playing their Spanish guitars and 
singing. If one wished to be serenaded they had large hooks which they attached to your boat and they would 
travel side by side up and down the water, playing and singing. As it was our anniversary, we had an orchestra 
all bedecked in their brilliant regalia, serenade us on our trip. We asked for the Anniversary Waltz, but they 
did not comprehend, and so we settled for their singing "South of the Border" and "Guadalajara" with many 
other Spanish tunes. 

In the afternoon we visited the great arena, which holds more than fifty thousand people, where each 
Sunday they have the bull fights. This vast arena is built cone shape Far up at the top is stationed the band. 
The stadium all done in beautiful colors is a sight to see. We sat in the second tier of seats and that was close 
enough. There were fifty instruments in the band, and they entertained us until every seat was filled. The 
audience seemed to be all excited in anticipation of the coming events. As the band played the Mexican 
Anthem, the great doers of the amphitheater opened, and the toreadores, all dressed up in brilliant regalia, 
marched in and took their positions around the circle. As the band continued playing/he great doors opened 
again, and in charged a large black bull. These bulls are raised especially for this sport. They have long, 
spreading horns, and although they ate so big, they are very lively and have great strength. 

The cape of each toreador, which matches their gorgeous 5uits,is lined with bright red satin. Soon they 
began antagonizing the bull, dashing toward him swinging the red cape, then stepping aside as he would dash 
toward them. When he became really ferocious and ready to gore an antagonist to death, the great doors would 
open, and in would ride a Matador on his beautiful horse. The horse is heavily padded under his garment of 
beautiful satin and gold, to protect him from the sharp horns. The Matador chased the bull around the arena, 
and with one of the sharp spears he carried sent it into the neck of the beast. Excitement was really ramjpant 
now. Everyone sitting on the edge of their seats ready to spring. By the time the Matador had thrown his fourth 
spear, the bull would finally give up and lie down to die as the blood gushed from his wounds. Then the band 
would play and the spectators would go amid their cheers, almost wild, especially the women. They would 
throw money, and then they would settle down as the next bull was set loose. Each Sunday five bulls were 
killed for their entertainment. This meat was distributed among the poor, the asylums and the orphanages. 
One thing was most noticeable. The children playing on the benches with their toys and dolls didn't even look 
up to see what all the excitement was about. 

We visited Guadalajara, Monterey, and the great market places, during two weeks of travel. Now we 
were returning to Neuva Laredo. Here were police and soldiers everywhere. Hundreds of autos lined up for 



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miles along the way, and we learned there had been a terrible flood during our absence. Storms of violence 
over the United States had swollen the tributaries of the Rio Grande, and the bridge we had crossed before was 
beneath two feet of water. Where could so much water come from? It was unbelievable. Houses, dead cows 
and horses, and other animals were floating down the stream, and the river was a sea of mud. It was evening 
and the city was in darkness except for the candle lights. We secured rooms at a hotel there, but they were 
dark and forboding. No water, no way of getting food, only warm ginger ale and seven up. We walked the 
streets in a group. We lost our way to our hotel, but a young Mexican boy seemed to know where we should 
go and we were safe. It was a great experience. All the old lean-tos and shacks had been washed away leaving 
no trace they ever existed. This was a blessing in disguise. They talked of flying us over to the American side, 
but we finally decided to stay till morning. During the night the waters had subsided a little, the bridge was 
now above the flood. There were two feet of solid mud on the bridge. We had to wait until all this was scraped 
away, and the guard railing replaced before we could cross over and be in Laredo. 

What a flood it must have been. As we went through Texas, there were railroads washed out, an auto 
hanging up in a tree, roads washed away, and a great deal of damage was in view. With it all he enjoyed the 
trip to Mexico very much. 

His seventieth birthday would be April 26th of the year 1949, and he had his heart set upon a wonderful 
party, which his daughter Ruby had promised him. He had a list made of his many friends he wished to see, 
totaling around four-hundred. In April it would be too cool for a garden party, but arrangements were made 
so it would all work out successfully. 

Nine months before our trip to Mexico he was taken suddenly ill while at work. Five boys in the war had 
taken its toll upon his nerves, and he was overburdened with duties. He grieved deeply over the loss of his son 
Ramon, whose ship, the English H.M.S. ROHAN had been torpedoed in the Mediterranean^where he lost his 
life. Wilford never was himself after this sad blow. He was taken suddenly ill the 6th of April 1949, and 
within an hour he had passed away to the great beyond from the effects of his cerebral hemorrhage. He had 
expressed a hope that all his children could be united with him at his 70th birthday open house. Now they 
were together to pay respect and lay him away. He had always been so very proud of his family. We never 
felt a burden came with so large a family. It was fun and a school of experience in rearing them. We always 
thanked our Heavenly Father for a large family, and this day of mourning was a day to be remembered through- 
out our lives. Apostle Richard L. Evans was the speaker, the services were very lovely. Floral offerings were 
so many they covered four graves. There were there, as honorary pall-bearers, twenty -three of his associates, 
and a chapel filled to overflowing to mourn his passing. It was said by the Traction President, that in all his 
forty-three years in their service, he never made an enemy, but was loved and respected by all. 

He loved the mountains, the pines and he dearly loved the desert, where he spent so much of his boyhood 
days. He lies buried near a beautiful pine tree in the City Cemetary, overlooking our beautiful city. A few 
short years will pass and then a reunion in eternity. It is beautiful to look forward to. 

His Wife. 



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Family No. 355, WILFORD JACKSON ALLEN 







THEY LEA\'E A BLANK IX TITE HOME AND HEART— Seven sons of Mr. and Mrs. Wilford 
J. Allen, of 3434 S. 7th. E. St., are engaged in various military, naval or civic duties for the 
nation and state. In the center, Judge W. Douglas AUen; above and below, from left to right, 
Hadioman 1st. Class Duane K. Allen; Sgt. Ramon R. Allen; Ensign B. Bliss Allen; Eldon Allen; 
Lorin S. Allen and Marvin G. Allen. 

Once The Table Was Too Small 

Allen Family Contributes Six Sops To America's War Effort 



'At one end of a long, deserted 
table which until recently ac- 
commodated seven sons, a ^^oman 
today sits opposite her husband 
and says she "feels there ought to 
be a telephone so we coulci talk 
comfortably to each other." For 
all those seven sons have flown 
the nest — six to engage in .duties 
directly assisting their country- 
through the present crisis, the 
seventh as a city judge and jus- 
tice of the peace. 

That ■v^oman, stnUing bravely 
along with her husband in their 
loneliness, is Mrs. Maud B. Allen, 
of 3434 So. 7th E. St., writer and 
formerly historian for the Daugh- 
ters of Utah Pioneers. 
Enlarged Table 

"I have seven sons and two 
married daughters," she will tell 
you. "I can remember very well 
the day when I sawed our oining- 
table in two so that we could add 
extra leaves to make it fit our 
family." 

Mr Allep, a dispatcher for the 
Utah Light and Traction Com- 

Eany for the past 41 years, says 
ttle about his departed sons. 

"Most things in the war are like 
my work as a dispatcher," he says 
quietly. "The 'Cars must go out, 
you know." 

These are the Allen boys, and 
their activities for Uncle Sam: > 

Duane K., radioman firstjclass, 
now "somewhere in the Paci- 
fic"; a former student of Granite 



High Schol and Western Electri- 
cal College: married the former 
Mildred Robinson of Salt l^ke. 

B. Bliss, 31, dirigible pilot on 
convoy ■ duty with the U. S. Na- 
val Air Forces, a one-time mem- 
ber of the crew of the ill-fated 
"Macon." removed to West Coast 
duty two days before her last 
sailing; student of Granite High 
School; married Betty Hunton 
of San Francisco. 
• , With Engineers 

Ramon R., 19, sergeant attach- 
ed to the Engineers Aviation Bu- 
reau No. 853 at Dyersburg, Tenn.;' 
former student of southern Utah 
schools, :}ow overseas. 

Marvin G., 27, employed in the 
shipbuilding yards in San Fran- 
cisco; former student of Granite 
High School, married the former 
Maxlne Cragian of Salt Lake. 

Eldon, 24, for the past 18 
months with the Douglas Air- 
craft Company at Long Beach, 
Calif.; former student -of Granite 
High School; married the former 
Viola Samuelson of Salt Lake. 

Lorin S., 17, enlisted in U. S. 
Naval Reserve -this year; former 
student of Granite High School 
and Utah State Agricultural Col- 
lege at Logap, now training at 
Farragut, Ida., for air service. 

W. Douglas, 38, youngest judge 
on the Utah bench, now judge 
of Murray City Court; graduate of 
West High School and University 



of Utah, was a member of the 
State Legislature from 1936 to 
1939 before becoming president 
of the Board of Education at Mur- 
i-ay; married the former Viola 
Jenkips of Salt Lake. 

Mr. and Mrs. Allen's two 
daughters are Mrs. C. Bicknell 
Robbins of Salt Lake and Mrs. 
Mignon A. Holfert of Washing- 
ton, D. C. There are 16 grand- 
children. 



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Family No. 355, WILFOEUD JACKSON ALLEN 



24 Saturday Morning ^Ijc Jalt Cak* SffibunC 



'April 8, 1944' 



The Allen Boys Do Their Part 




D. K. Allen 



B. B. Allen 



A. E. Allen 



R. R. AUen 



t. S. AUen 



Five Sons Enlist . . . Home Is Quiet Now 



Not so very long ago, the Allen 
household, 3434 Seventh East 
•treet, boasted five sons. 

"And five boys can be pretty 
noUy," said Mrs. W. J. Allen. "But 
It's quiet now . . . my five sons 
entered the service." 

Siisign Bruce Bliss Allen is a 
navy pilot on the east coast. Edu- 
cated at Granite high school and 
the United States dirigible school, 
Lakehurst, N. J., he is a former 
crew member of the Akron and 
Macon, giant dirigibles destroyed 
several years ago. 

Aviation Cadet Arthur E. Allen 
enlisted in the air corps after 
working two years for Douglas 
Aircraft corporation, Long Beach, 
Cal., and the Ogden air service 
command, Hill field. His wife is the 
former Viola Samuelson, 2341 Neff 
lane, and he is father of two chil- 
dren. 

Chief Radioman Duane K. AUen, 
has been on subchaser duty in 
the south Pacific 18 months. He 
attended Granite high school be- 
fore enlisting m April, 1942. 

Sergeant Ramon R. Allen, 19, 
recently was reported missing in 
action in the north African area. 
He enlisted in the army in Jan- 
uary, 1942, and has been overseas 
one year. 

Fireman First Class Lorin S. 
Allen. 18, enlisted July, 1943, after 
attending Granite high school and 
Utah State Agricultural college. 



Logan. He worked several months t Hill field, and now is serving in 
at Ogden air service command, I the south Pacific. 



SONS 

I have seen them go amid flags flying 

To fight for victory, with heads held high; 

Have watched them march away-- 

Perhaps to suffer, God, but not to die! 

I stand here smiling with mute lips, my heart 

mute too. 
With dread of some tomorrow where but 

memorys burn-- 
Waiting and watching- -watching and waiting 
Praying for their return. 
But yesterday they were my little sons 
Playing at soldier, but today 
They are grown up my fine tall sons-- 
Eager to march away. 
At home 1 keep their little battered toys 
Where only I may see; 
The little coats they wore, a story book. 
Trifles- -that break the heart of me. 
I hear their childish voices, brave small deeds 
Their boyish laughter, down the waiting years 
I cannot see the glory. Lord, nor feel the 

Pride, 

Because of tears, 

Grace Zenora Pratt 



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ALLEN 

(Wilford Jackson 5 - William Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

355. WILFORD JACKSON ALLEN , b 26 April 1879 at St. Joseph, Arizona, d 6 April 1959 at Salt Lake City, 
son of William Coleman and Lovina Jane (Smith) Allen, md 20 June 1902 Ella Maud Bliss, b 1 
February 1880 at Salt Lake City, Utah, daughter of Charles Henry and Matilda (Wilcox) Bliss. 

Children: 

717. Ruby M. Allen, b 9 June 1903, md 21 June 1922 Calvin Bicknell Robbins. 

718. Wilford Douglas Allen, b H August 1904, md 17 September 1924 Viola Jenkins, d 1962, md 2nd Viola 

M. S, Allen 16 July 1954, 

719. Bruce Bliss Allen, b 3 August 1911^ md January 1934 Beny Hunton. 

72 0. Grace Mignon Allen, b 28 November 1913, md 9 October 1931 Alfred Rudolph Holfert. 

721. Marvin G. Allen, b 31 Match 1915. d 4 October 1958 at Rosemead, California, md 9 May 1935 Maxine 

Cragun. 

722. Arthur Eldon Allen, b 14 March 1919. md 18 June 1936 Viola May Samuelson, separated, md 2nd Jean 

Wheeler Harper. 

723. Kelvin Duane Allen, b 14 May 1921. md 9 April 1940 Mildred Robison, divorced. 

724. Ramon Rlyn Allen, b 15 March 1924, Sgt. U. S. Army, d 26 November 1943 in Mediterranean Sea. 

725. Lorin Sheril Allen, b 26 April 1926, md 1st Gloria Thomas, summer 1944, div. , md 2nd Jaqueline 

Blomgten 17 November 1950. 

ALLEN 

(Earl Serenus Allen 5 - William Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

356. EARL SERENUS ALLEN , b 11 October 1880 at St. Joseph (Joseph City), Arizona, d 25 October 1956 at 
Draper, Utah, son of William Coleman and Lovina Jane (Smith) Allen, md 1st 20 December 1906 
Mabel Ennis, b 30 December 1884, daughter of Willard B. and Emily (Wadley) Ennis. She d 4 March 
1947, md 2nd 28 May 1948 Agness M. (Rasmussen) Fitzgerald. 

Children; 

726. Ronald Earl Allen, b 12 September 1907. md 1927 Ruth Rasmussen. 

727. Donald Ennis Allen, b 24 April 1909, d 12 May 1909. 

728. William Vanar Allen, b 11 July 1910, d 2 December 1950, md 11 June 1931 Charlotte Rasmussen. 

729. Alda Allen, b 16 May 1912, md 3 March 1925 KUe Glazer, 

730. Willard Burton Allen, b 25 December 1915, md Ivy . 

731. Arvol Duane Allen, b 6 August 1918, d 18 January 1951. md Emily Wysocke March 1942. 

732. John Emory Allen, b 20 March 1923, md 29 January 1943 Leona Akerson. 
Janis Allen, b 16 November 1924, d 16 January 1943. 

William C. Allen records, cemetary rec. , 
Church records, Agness R. Allen record, 

DANSIE 

(Margaret Amy Allen 5 - William Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2. - Samuel 1 ) 

357. MARGARET AMY ALLEN , b 7 August 1882 at St, Joseph (Joseph City) Arizona, d 26 November 1951 at 
Salt Lake City. Utah, daughter of William Coleman and Lovina Jane (Smith) Allen, md 16 October 1901 
Robert J. Dansie, b 27 December 1880, d October 1959, son of Charles and Mary Margaret (Crump) Dansie. 

Children: 

Mary Verona Dansie, b 15 August 1902, md 1st at Dillon, Montana Wm. OrvQ Smith, md 2nd November 

1931 Clyde Lewis, he d 1958, 
Allen Saunders Dansie, b 1 November 1905, md 2 February 1925 Mildred Jackson in Montana, 
Robert Listen Dansie, b 19 January 1907, md 5 October 1928 Lucille Jackson in Montana. 
Major Elsworth Dansie, b 28 December 1911, md September 1944 Dorothy Wooley. 

Nina Jane Ddnsie, b 24 December 1919 at Dillon, Montana, Lt. W. W. II, registered nurse and anesthetist. 

Birth cert, , War records, family records. 



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Descendants of ROBERT J. and MARGARET AMY (ALLEN) DANSIE (No. 357) 

SMITH 

(Mary Verona 6 - Margaret Amy 5 - William C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
MARY VERONA DANSIE , b 15 August 1902, md 1st William Orvil Smith at Dillon, Montana and had a 
son who died in infancy and a daughter, Margaret Verona Smith. In November 1931 she md Clyde 
Lewis, had an infant daughter who died at birth and a daughter Laraine Lewis. 



WEST 



(Margaret V. Smith 7 - Verona Dansie 6 - Mgt. Allen 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 -Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
MARGARET VERONA SMITH , b 14 May 1926, daughter of Orvil and Verona (Dansie) Smith, b at Dillon, 
Montana, md 194_ Calvin George West, b 28 June 1925. 

Children: 

Katherine Ann West, b 7 April 1947 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Kristie Vee West, b 14 March 1949 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

SHAW 

(Laraine Lewis 7 - Verona Dansie 6 - Mgt. Allen 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
LARAINE LEWIS , b 9 December 1932, daughter of Clyde and Verona (Dansie) Lewis, md 17 March 1950 
Gordon Newman Shaw, b 20 February 1931, son of Wayne L. and Odella (Newman) Shaw. 

Children: (all born at Salt Lake City, Utah) 

Michael Allen Shaw, b 15 June 1952. 

Jeffrey Lewis Shaw, b 10 September 1953. 

Clyde Lewis Shaw, b 19 December 1956. 

Gregory David Shaw, b 7 October 1958. 

Gordon Brett Shaw, b 24 March 1960 at Pocatello, Idaho. 

Pamalyn Jane Shaw, b 23 August 1961 at Pocatello, Idaho. 

Verona Lewis record. 

DANSIE - STUBBS 

(Allen S. Dansie 6 - Margaret Amy Allen 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ALLEN SAUNDERS DANSIE, b 1 November 1905, son of Robert J. and Margaret (Allen) Dansie, md 
Mildred Jackson of Montana near Dillon, where they were extensive owners of the Lazy Three Ranch, 
and herds of fine cattle. Md 2 February 1925. 

Children: 

Susanne Teressa Dansie, b 17 June 1937, md Norman Earl Stubbs in 1955, b 23 July 1931 at Roundup, 
Montana. 
Children : 

Lynne Marie Stubbs, b 16 August 1956 at Dillon, Montana. 
Karen Denice Stubbs, b 25 November 1957 at Dillon, Montana. 
Patrick Allen Stubbs, b 28 June 1929 at Dillon, Montana. 

Dansie records. 

DANSIE 

(Robert Liston Dansie 6 - Mgt. Amy Allen 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ROBERT LISTON DANSIE , b 19 January 1907, son of Robert J. and Margaret (Allen) Dansie, md 
5 October 1928 Lucile Henrietta Jackson, sister of Mildred, Dillon, Montana. 

Children: 

Robert Jackson Dansie, b 22 November 1939, md 20 June 1959 Sharon Ann Belliraria. 



272 



T^ A M O T IT 

(Major Elsworth Dansie 6 - Mgt. Amy Allen 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
MAJ OR ELSWORTH DANSIE , b 28 December 1911, son of Robert J. and Margaret (Allen) Dansie, md 
in September 1944 Dorothy Wooley, mother of a daughter Holly. 

Children: 

Robert Dansie. 
Amy Dansie. 
William Dansie. 
Phyllis Dansie. 

ALLEN - GRUNDVIG - THORNSBERRY - ALEXANDER 

(Hyrum Bert Allen 5 - William Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
358. HYRUM BERT ALLEN , b 4 December 1885 at Draper, Utah, d 4 February 1963 at Dragerton, Utah, son 

of William C. and Lovina Jane (Smith) Allen, md 21 May 1924 Lottie (Timothy) Alexander, widow of 

Benjamin L. Alexander, b 21 May 1888 at Vernal, Utah, d 23 October 1966 at Price, Utah, daughter 

of Benjamin and Mary Hannah (Sabey) Timothy. 

Children: 

733. Mardell Allen, b 7 February 1928 at Castle Gate, Utah, md 8 May 1947 Max Richard Grundvig. 

Children : 

Laraine Grundvig, b 26 April 1951 at Long Beach, California. 

Janet Grundvig, b 26 February 1959 at Hermosa Beach, California. 

734. Betty Jackeline Allen, b 13 September 1929 at Castle Gate, Utah, md 3 IJuly 1948 Robert Lee Thornsberry. 

Children : 

Robert Allen Thornsberry, b 1 December 1949 at Sonoma, California. 
Leslie Jean Thornsberry, b 30 April 1954 at Sonoma, California. 
Tina Marie Thornsberry, b 22 February 1956 at Sonoma, California. 

Children: (Benjamin L. and Lottie Timothy Alexander) 

Otvill H. Alexander, b 7 September 1909, md Francis J. Rokal. 

Lola Alexander, b 13 May 1912, md Frank Wiley Thomas. 

Kenneth Alexander, b 10 May 1914 at Roosevelt, Utah, md Laura Larsen. 

Alexander record, Lottie (Timothy) 
Alexander records. Price, Utah. 



273 

RIDEOUT 

(Alda Pernecy Allen 5 - William Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

359. ALDA PERNECY ALLEN , b 8 April 1888 at Draper, Utah, d 12.1uly 1936, daughter of William Coleman 
and Lovina Jane (Smith) Allen, md 5 February 1912 Sherman Douglas Rideout, b 2 November 1888, 
son of David O. and Mary Ann (Terry) Rideout, he d 3 June 1959 at Gary, Indiana. 

Children: 

Alda Leanore (Lynn) Rideout, b 16 Jan. 1913, md in 1937 William Roberts. 

Mary Therel Rideout, b 2 June 1914, md 28 July 1938 David McGhee Hogan. 

Victor Allen Rideout, b 1 January 1917, md 1st Louise Jensen 14 February 1936, div. , md 2nd Toby 

Shore, she d 1965 in New Jersey. 
Jack Douglas Rideout (twin), b 7 February 1918, md 1st 25 June 1945 Elsie Young, she d 24 July 1954, 

md 2nd Chrise Bennion. 
Sherman Mack Rideout (twin), b 7 February 1918, d 6 October 1948 (9), md 1st 13 August 

1940 Afton Hallman, she d 4 November 1944, md 2nd June 1945 Madaline (Charon) Ray. 
Norma Jane Rideout, b 1 June 1919, md 9 September 1939 John Pezley. 
Verla Ruth Rideout, b 6 November 1921, md 4 December 1942 Nelson Soehlke. 
Pearl Loraine Rideout, b 26 January 1922, killed 17 November 1945 in auto accident. 

Wm. C. Allen record. Church 
records, Golda R. Soffe gen. record. 



Descendants of SHERMAN DOUGLAS and ALDA PERNECY (ALLEN) RIDEOUT 

ROBERTS 

(Alda Leanore 6 - Alda 5 - Wm. Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ALDA LEANORE RIDEOUT , b 16 January 1913 at Greeley, Colorado, daughter of Sherman D. and 

Alda (Allen) Rideout, md William Miller Roberts, b 14 November 1911, son of Stanley A. and Mary 

Effie (Miller) Roberts. 

Children: (born at Clive, Ohio) 

William Scott Roberts (twin), b 21 March 1941, md 22 May 1965 Connie J. Higgins. 
Beverly Ann Roberts (twin), b 21 March 1941. 

HOGAN 

(Mary Therel 6 - Alda 5 - Wm. Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

MARY THEREL RIDEOUT , b 2 June 1914, daughter of Sherman D. and Alda (Allen) Rideout, md 28 

July 1938 David McGhie Hogan, b 17 April 1915, son of Melvin Nelson and Angle (Gabbott) McGhie- 

Hogan. 

.Children: 

Angie Lynn Hogan, b 8 January 1940 at Billings, Montana, md Edwin Garth Pearce, div. 

Sherman David Hogan, b 9 May 1941 at Billings, Montana, md 27 April 1962 Patricia Shape. 

Helen Victoria Hogan, b 11 July 1944 at Salt Lake City, Utah, md 17 February 1962 Michael A. Foot. 

Peggy Lorraine Hogan, b 11 October 1946 at Salt Lake City, Utah, md 25 April 1964 Robert L. Ostler. 

Kim McGhie Hogan, b 6 December 1949 at Medford, Oregon. 

Mary Kathleen Hogan, b 17 October 1952 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Ruby Christine Hogan, b 2 July 1954. 

Allen family records, Gabbott- 
McGhie records, Mrs, David McGhie 
Hogan records. 



274 

RIDEOUT_^^^^ Allen Rideout 6 - Alda 5 - Wm. Coleman 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

VICTOR ALLEN RIDEOUT, b 1 January 1917, son of Sherman D. and Alda (Allen) Rideout. md 14 
February 1936 Louise Jensen, daughter of Andrew and Neuta (Dorious) Jensen, separated, md 2nd 
Toby Shore, b 1 February 1920. She d in New Jersey in 1965, daughter of Alfred and Josephine 
pavidson) Shore. He was a Lt. in World War II. 

Children: (Louise Jensen Rideout) 

Michael Rideout, b 11 December 1940. 

Children: (Toby Shore Rideout) 

Kallie Jo Rideout, b 27 December 1946 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Victor Rideout, b 26 April 1953. 

Record of Golda Soffe. 

RIDEOUT - PHILLIPS 

0ack Douglas Rideout 6 - Alda P. AUen 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

JACK DOUGLAS RIDEOUT , b 7 February 1918 at Salt Lake City, Utah, twin, son of Sherman D. and 

Alda (Allen) Rideout, md 1st Elsie Young, b 23 December 1919, daughter of John C. and Minnie C. 

(Leistekow or Lustekow) Young, she d 24 July 1954, md 2nd Chris Bennion) 

Children: (Elsie Young Rideout) 

Joan Rideout, b 12 December 1937, md David Phillips 1956. 
Children : 

Douglas Lee Phillips, b 23 June 1957. 
Debra Lynn Phillips, b 12 August 1958. 

Children: (Chris Bennion Rideout) 

Curtis Allen Rideout, b 29 March 1958 at Boise, Idaho. 

RIDEOUT 

(Sherman Mack Rideout 6 - Alda P. Allen 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

SHERKIAN MACK RIDEOUT , twin, b 7 February 1918 at Salt Lake City, Utah, son of Sherman D. and 

Alda P. (Allen) Rideout, md 13 August 194_ Afton HaUman, b 23 August 1918, d 4 November 1944 

while her husband Capt. Sherm.an Mack Rideout was in Layte P.I. serving in World War II. He md 

2nd Madaline Charon, widow of Lt. Ray killed in W.W.II, daughter of John and Victoria (Seversen) 

Charon. "Madge" had son William Ray by 1st marriage. S. M. Rideout d 6 October 1959 at S.L.C. , Utah. 

Children: (Afton HaUman Rideout) 

Tony Mack Rideout, b 16 January 1942. md 23 August 1963 Susan Standing. 

Mitzie Rideout, b 22 March 1943 at Pacific Grove, California, md January 1964 Jerry McLeroy. 

ChQdten: (Madaline Charon Rideout) 

Robert Rideout, b 16 February 1946. 
Jeffery Rideout, b 23 April 1947. 



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RIDEOUT GRANDSONS OF WILLIAM COLEMAN ALLEN 




Lt. Victor A. Bideogt fig- 
ores in the postsurrender air 
battle over Tolsyo bay area. 

Salf Lake Flier 
Battles Japs : 
In Tokyo Area 

OKINAWA, Aug. 17 (m~Fouv 
American B-32 bombers, flying a 
purely photografihic mission over 
the Tokyo bay area, Friday were 
Attacked by 10 Japanese fighters 
and moderate to intense antiair- 
craft fire. Second Lt Victor A. 
PUdeout of Salt Lake City was co- 
pilot of one of the B-32s. / 

One of the big four-engined 
bombers was badly shot up around 
the wings; flaps an^ cowling, but 
none of the^ crew was hurt. ■- 

Two Nipponese fighters v^te 
setit down in, smoke and listed as 
probably destroyed. 

Tlje engagement occuri^ed 
around 20,000 fe^t at about mid- 
day. 



Prominent S. L Realtor/ 



War Veteran 



Mack S. Rideout, 30, well known 
salesman with Rideout cRalty Co., 
selected "salesman of the year" in 
1947, died Wednesday at 10:30 
p.m. at his residence, 1044-llth 
East, of carcinoma. j 

He was bom in Salt Lake City", 
Feb. 7, 1918, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Sheman D. Rideout, and attended 
Emerson elementary school, 
Roosevelt junior and East high 



at 30 




Mack S. Rideout . . . Real estate 
man, former army officer dies. 



schools, and was graduated from 
the University of Utah school of 
business and finance in 1941. 

He was active in athletics, re- 
ceived all-city honors in football 
at East high School and also 
gained football fame at the Uni- 
versity ot Utah. 

Entered Army 

After serving in the R T C at 
the university he entered the U. S 
army in August, 1941 as a second 
lieutenant. He served on Attu, 
Okinawa, Kwajalein, and was with 
Gen. MacArthur when he landed 
on Leyte. He was a captain at 
that time with the 57th field artil- 
lery 

He returned to Salt Lake City 
in 1944 at the time of the death 
of his first wife, Afton Hallmem 
Rideout. He was then assigned to 
Fort Douglas in charge of the 
separation center. He served there 
as a major until his discharge in 
1946. 

Upon release from the army, 
Mr. Rideout reentered the real 
estate business with the Rideout 
Realty Co. and had continued with 
the firm <until his death. ' 

Very successful a^ a Salesmw> 
Mr. Rideout ,wa8 elected aS sales- 
man of the year in 1947 and was 
also elected chairman of the saleg' 
men's division. This was the first 
time any man h'ad , received both 
honors in the same year. i 

Was Sigma Chi 

He was* a member of the Church 
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day 
Saints and the Sigma Chi fra- 
ternity. 

On June 25, 1945, h« married 
Madeleinie Charon Day, who sur- 
vives. 

Also surviving are ^ive children, 
Tony, 6; Billy Day, 4; Mitzie, 5; 
Robert, 3, and Jeffery Rideout, 1 
year; his parents; also the follow- 
ing brothers and sisters, Mrs. Lyn 
Roberts, Mrs. Ruth Soehlke, i, Vic- 
tor A. Rideout, Jack D. Rideout, 
twin of Mack S., and Val Psdmer, 
all of Salt Lake City; Mrs. Theral 
McGhie Hogan, Medford, Ore.; 
Mrs. Norma Pezely, Sacramento, 
Cal.) Mr* Ar'dlth 



Vegas, Nev., and 
Davis, Layton. , 



Davis, Laa 
Mrs. Lavora 



216 

PEZELY 

(Norma Jane Rideout 6 - Alda Allen 5 - Wm. Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
NORMA JANE RIDEOUT . b 2 June 1919, daughter of Sherman D. and Alda (Allen) Rideout, md 9 
September 1939 John Joseph Pezely, b 4 May 1916 at Morland, Carbon County, Utah, son of John 
and Elijick Eleanor Pezely. 

Children: (born at Salt Lake City, Utah) 

John Ronald pezely, b 12 May 1941. 

Judith Eleanore Pezely, b 10 April 1947. 

Michael Joseph Pezely, b 14 December 1951 at Sacramento, California. 

Golda R. Soffe records. 

SOEHLKE 

(Verla Ruth Rideout 6 - Alda P. Allen 5 - Wm. Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
VERLA RUTH RIDEOUT . b 6 November 1921 at Salt Lake City, Utah, daughter of Sherman D. and 
Alda P. (Allen) Rideout, md 4 December 1942 Nelson T. Soehlke, b 20 April 1914 at Edwardsville, 
Madison County, Illinois, son of Charles Herman and Lillian (Thomas) Soehlke. 

Children: 



Marianne Soehlke, b 4 November 1946. 

Nelson Thomas Soehlke Jr. , b 3 November 1948. 



Golda Soffe records. 



MALSTROM 

(Anna Pearl Allen 5 - Wm. Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

360. ANNA PEARL ALLEN, b 25 September 1889 at Draper, Utah, d 25 September 1944 at Salt Lake City, 
Utah, daughter of William C. and Lovina Jane (Smith) Allen, md Raymond Malstrom, b 1 March 
1888, son of Peter and Hilma G. Malstrom. After the death of Pearl he later married Gladys B. 
Baxter on July 1 1948 in Evanston, Wyoming. 

Children: 

Lynn Malstrom, d at nine years of age. 

PALMER - DAVIS 

(Eva Matilda Allen 5 - Wm. Coleman 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

361. EVA MATILDA ALLEN , b 9 June 1892 at Draper, Utah, daughter of William C. and Lovina Jane 
(Smith) Allen, md 11 June 1910 Roswell Potter Palmer, b 11 April 1893, son of Morris and Mary 
(Frost) Palmer, they div. After the death of her sister Alda, she md 3 August 1937 the widower 
Sherman D. Rideout, and with her three children and his seven, they raised and educated this large 
family. 

ChUdren: 

Valdemar Douglas Palmer, b 14 October 1911, md 30 June 1940 Ann Jackson. 

Children : 

Carol Palmer, b 20 July 1943. She had one son Jimmy Jackson Palmer, b 11 April 1957. 
LaVora Palmer, b 4 April 1915, md 27 May 1937 Ray Davis. 

Children : 

LaRae Davis, b 18 December 1939. 

Barbara Davis, b 2 December 1942. 

Glennie Davis, b 12 December 1944. 

Douglas Davis, b 7 February 1949. 
Ardeth Palmer, b 17 March 1924, md Robert Davis. 

Children ; 

Jackie Davis, b 1947. 

Steven Davis, b 1952. 

Richard Davis, b 26 April 1954. 



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ORLANDO BAGLEY - b. 1627 
SARAH COLBY - m. Mar. 6, 1653 



J 



Ens. Orlando Bagley - b. 1658 
Sarah Sargent 



John Bagley - b. Jan. 21, 1685 
Hannah Fowler - m. Apr. 7, 1708 



Timothy Bagley - b. 1719 

Mary Thompson - m. Jan. 2, 1745 




Isaac Bagley - b. Nov. 6, 1756 
Mehitable Bartlett - m. Feb. 20, 1781 




Richard Bagley - b. 1792 
Ester Peffer - m. 




Edward Bagley - b, Feb. 18, 1815 
Julia Ann Grant - m. 




John Bagley - b. Apr. 30, 1836 

Margaret Mary Jane Allen - Mar. 27, 1861 



John Mack - m. Apr. 6, 1681 
Sarah Bagley - b. 1663 



Ebenezer Mack - b. 
Hannah Huntley - m. 



Solomon Mack - b. 
Lydia Gates - m. 



Joseph Smith - b. 
Lucy Mack - m. 



Joseph 


Smith, 


Jr. 


- b. 


Dec. 


23, 


1805 


Emma 


Hale - 


m. 











JOHN ALLEN BAGLEY (No. 362) 

(From "Progressive Men in Southern Idaho, " published Chicago, 111. by A. W. Bow en and Co. 1904) 

To epitomize the life and character of Hon. JOHN A. BAGLEY^ the present Attorney -General of the State 
of Idaho, within the limits of which this work allows is impossible, but none the less the record of his useful 
life and activities must be a constituent portion of any volume that claims to deal with the life record and 
character of the representative and progressive men of this section of the state. Far less than many of the 
residents of the county, does he need a written statement,for the clearness of his purpose, the soundness of his 
judgment, his tireless activity and his pronounced ability have impressed the "very age and body of man", 
making his life a positive factor and controlling force in many of the leading industries and enterprises of the 
place and period. 



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Hon. JOHN A. BAGLEY was born in Draper, Utah on May 16th 1862, a son of John and Mary J. (AUen) 
Bagley, the father being a native of New Brunswick, Canada, and for further ancestral data we would refer 
the reader to the sketch of John A. Bagley published on other pages of this book. General Bagley received 
his preliminary education and training in the primitive schools of Idaho, as he was but two years of age 
when he accompanied his parents to this then lonely land. And the education he here acquired was supple- 
mented by an attendance at the excellent High School of Utah and further increased by a full course in the 
Brigham Young College from which he graduated with distinct honors in 1882. His first instruction, how- 
ever, was under Dr. John R. Park, now of Salt Lake City. 

Immediately upon graduation, he became connected with raikoad construction and assisted in com- 
pleting the Oregon Short Line Railroad from Granger to Huntington, in this manner earning the necessary 
money to defray his expenses as a student at Michigan State University at Ann Arbor, Michigan from which 
he graduated in the Law Department in 1888, being thoroughly reinforced and equipped with the necessary 
technical and legal education to pass the prescribed examination, and be admitted to practice. 

Coming immediately to Montpelier, he at once engaged in legal practices that his ability made ex- 
tensive, far reaching and lucrative, his services being demanded net only in the courts of Bear Lake, but 
in every county of the State of Idaho, Utah, Wyoming and Montana as well as Nebraska, becoming known 
as one of the most eminent members of the bar of the state, which has been from the first, signally 
favored in the personnel of its legists and jurists. 

In the department of industrial activity that so long lay dormant in this portion of the West, General 
Bagley is the owner of valuable interests in mines in this vicinity, holding an interest also in the electric 
light plant in Montpelier, and in numerous other prosperous industries. He is President of the Montpelier 
Copper and Mining Co. which has such a fine development and showing for a good mine that<the company 
expects soon to install expensive machinery to continue the developmient to a dividend -paying state. 

General Bagley has always rendered a loyal allegiance to the principals and policies of the Republican 
Part}', is one of the leading members of that political organization in the state, and one of its most eloquent 
and talented advocates, and it is recognized by all political elements that his service in that direction has 
been invaluable and due recognition of this has been shown by his receiving the nomination of his party for 
Attorney General in 1896 and for District Judge for the Fifth Judicial District in 1898, but, as a minority 
candidate in each instance, he shared in the defeat of the whole ticket. 

In 1902, however, he again received the nomination for Attorney General and at the subsequent elec- 
tion received the highest majority of any candidate on the state ticket and was most triumphantly elected, 
the voters of the state doing themselves honor by their endorsement of his nomination, and he is now in 
the incumbency of this most important office, in which his ablest effcarts are used for the furtherance of 
justice and the true interest of the state. 

In Salt Lake City, Utah in August 2nd of 1883, occurred the marriage ceremonies uniting in the bonds 
of wedlock General Bagley and Miss Sarah E. Lawson, a native of Lehi, Utah, and a daughter of John and 
Margaret (Vance) Lawson, her father being deceased and her mother now maintaining her home in Coalville, 
Utah, both being among the early pioneers of Utah Territory. On Aparil 2nd 1885 passed over to those activ- 
ities that have no weariness, leaving one child, L. Loraine, now a student at Provo, Utah. Mr. Bagley 
contracted a second marriage on Aug. 15th 1888, with Miss Miba V. Furrow, a native of Clinton, Iowa, 
daughter of John and Amanda (Van Horn) Furrow, and of this marriage union has resulted six children: Van 
Horn, Moretta, Hawley, Almorean, Lucile, Nina B. 

The elegant residence of General Bagley ^t Montpelier deserves special mention. It is the largest and 
most pretentious home in the entire Bear Lake County, containing as it does 21 rooms, with three stories 
and an attic, all lighted by electricity and heated by furnaces. It is artistically arranged, showing the fine 
taste of both the general and his cultured wife, the large entrance haU, and the three adjoining parlors 
being finished in clear Georgia pine and connecting with ample folding doors, having the large grates and 
mantles, appropriately placed to send out an atmosphere of cheer and radiance in the pleasant winter evenings. 



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All through the house, modern science has been brought to play in producing the best sanitary and 
domestic effects, everything being in the latest fashion . One leading feature is the attic, so generally 
consigned to the fate of a mere store house, and lumber room, here is a notable exception. The chief 
portion of this is a children's romp room and scantum, the walls being covered with paintings and chalk 
drawings of more than ordinary merit. Off from this has at one end of the front corners been projected a 
room, called the "den" being really an elegant combined study and lounge or library, where the genial 
owner can in quiet pass the meditative and studious hours, free from the annoyance of interruptions. From 
the ample windows, one of the most beautiful vistas of the noted scenery of the Bear River and Lake country 
spreads itself before the enraptured vision. 

Few men have a stronger hold upon the hearts of the people than General Bagley, as he long believes 
in the theory of making the world better by having lived in it, and his friends are numbered without regard 
to political partisanship or party bias. Modest in his demeanor, courteous and cultured in his personal con- 
tact with all, he has attained one of the highest positions in the gift of the people of his state from his most 
admirable qualities of character and ability, which have been equal to every demand, and in the annals 
of Idaho he will ever stand as one of her most distinguished citizens and able and upright public men. 



JOHN BAGLEY - MARGARET MARY ANN ALLEN 

JOHN BAGLEY was born April 30, 1836 at South Hampton, New Brunswick, Canada, a son of Edward 
and Julia (Grant) Bagley, the mother being a near kinswoman of General and President U.S. Grant. In 
1855, impelled by strong religious zeal, all of the Bagley family with the exception of one son, who 
remained with his grandparents, and John, who preceded them to Utah by one year, made the long and 
wearisome journey across the continent that they might obtain in the promised land of Utah, full rest, con- 
tentment and happiness, through an unrestricted enjoyment of their religious faith, the surviving members 
of the family reaching their destination in 1855. The mother and two of the children, worn out by the 
hazardous journey across the plains, died on the way, and were buried by the side of the emigrant's trail. 
The father thereafter made his home in Payson, Utah, until his death in 1865 at the age of 65 years. 

JOHN BAGLEY was the third in this family of twelve children, and in the primitive section of the 
lumber woods of New Brunswick where his early life was passed, he received a very limited education, 
had the advantage of two short school terms of 60 days each. From his eighteenth year on, his principal 
tutors have been observation and experience, which however, have well done their work, as Mr. Bagley 
is in possession of a practical knowledge of far greater worth on the rough regions of the west than all the 
culture of schools. Leaving New Brunswick on May 10th 1854, he arrived in Salt Lake City on October 
4th following, and at once engaged in lumbering in the Big Cottonwood Canyon, at which he was employed 
for seven years in the production of building timber, serving also as special policeman of Salt Lake City, in 
the winter of 1858/9. 

One of the earliest pioneers of Bear Lake County, Idaho, he made his home there in 1865, locating at 
Paris, which consisted then of a little collection of eight or ten log cabins, and here he engaged in agri- 
cultural operations for about seven years, being one of the leading factors in the building up of that enter- 
prising town, thereafter, in 1872 removing to Montpelier, where he now retains his home, 

Mr. Bagley has taken an active part in many matters of vital importance to the welfare of the com- 
munity, having assisted in connecting the East and the West by railroad and by telegraph, and he was also 
active in getting the daily mail route established from the Atlantic to the Pacific, while in the development 
of the industries that produced so much of the wealth of this section of the state's farming and stockraising, 
he has been an unceasing and productive factor. 

He has been intimately connected with public affairs first in Democratic and later the Republican 
Party, with which later organization he is now in full accord, serving also as a peace officer and deputy 
sheriff for the long term of fourteen years, his guiding hand being also seen in the conducting of all im- 
portant matters that tend to build up the prosperity of the community. 



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On August 3rd 1857 he was one of the number called to arms to contest against the invasion of Utah, 
by the army of General Johnson, and during the 32 weeks of his service as a soldier, he experienced many 
hardships, even standing on guard duty during the winter with uncovered head and hands, and with only 
sacks as covering for his feet during the grestest severity of that extremely cold season. 

On Match 27, 1861, at Draper, Utah, John Bagley and Miss Margaret Mary Jane Allen were legally 
pronounced man and wife. Mrs. Bagley was a native of Kentucky, and a daughter of Andrew J. and 
Delilah (Andrews) Allen, both the parents descending from the best families of the South, both emigrating 
to Utah as first pioneers of its settlement coming with the 4th Mormon company in the 1st year of the 
Mormon Hegera the family having been connected with agricultural and stock raising the father also taking 
prominent part in the building of the state. 

Samuel Allen was a native of Virginia. He had sons John, Rial, David, Samuel and a daughter Frankey, 
all born between 1782 and 1799. Rial, born 1791, went to Kentucky as one of the pioneer band of settle- 
ments. In Calloway he married Margaret Evans of Tennessee. He made his home in Somerset, Pulaski 
County, Ky. Here in Sept. 1818 was born Andrew Jackson Allen, who received the name fiom a friend of 
the family, the famous Andrew Jackson. 

Andrew Jackson Allen married Miss Delilah Andrews of Illinois on April 29th 1841 and they settled in 
Waitsboro, where their three children, Pernecy, William, and Mary Jane were born. Mr. Allen removed 
his family in 1846 to Nauvoo, Illinois, thence going with the Mormon exodus to Winter Quarters. One 
child was born in Nauvoo. In 1847 he joined Captain Smoot's Campany of 100 soon thereafter being en- 
rolled in Capt. George B. Wallace (Wallis) company of fifty, who became pioneers in the great movement 
to Salt Lake, where they arrived in Sept. of 1847. In 1848 Mr. Allen made his home in Mill Creek Can- 
yon. There he erected a little log cabin, later becoming one of the earliest pioneers of Draper, Utah. 
Thereafter he was called upon to settle and strengthen a settlement in Arizona. He then returned to Draper, 
Utah where on July 16th 1884 he was gored to death by a vicious bull. For over thirty years he had served 
as the head of the school trustee of Draper, and the first tree planted on the Draper school grounds was set 
out in his honor. 

On the long and dangerous journey across the plains, Mrs. Allen was in charge of an ox team which 
she drove the entire journey, and her daughter remembers many thrilling experiences and incidents of 
Indian attacks upon the early Mormon settlements. Margaret Mary Jane Bagley was one of eleven children, 
seven of whom attained maturity and five of whom are now living. (1950) Ensign Peirson, who was with 
Admiral Dewey at Manilla on the flagship OLYMPIA, is a nephew of Mrs. Bagley. 

The children of this honored and venerated couple of pioneers are the parents of thirteen children. 
Martha A. died at the age of four years at Paris, Idaho, then Cyrenus J. , a prominent stockman of Star 
Valley, Wyo. Edward A. died at Montpelier at the age of 22 years; Wm. H. died at the age of 20 years, 
Parley died aged 18, David is now a leading merchant of Granger, Wyo. , Pernecy M, then Mary Delilah 
now the wife of Orvin Quayle of Dingle, Idaho, Charles a civil engineer residing in Montpelier, George 
High, Thomas C, L. Arley, and General John Bagley whose record follows. 

Copied by Adehila H. Bagley, 
Nov, 8, 1950, Boise, Idaho. 



362 



281 

BAGLEY 

(John Allen Bagley 5 - Margaret Mary Jane Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
JOHN ALLEN BAGLEY , b 10 May 1862 at Draper, Utah, d 9 October 1941, son of John and Margaret 
Mary Jane (Allen) Bagley, md 2 August 1883 Sarah Lawson. John Allen Bagley md 2nd 15 August 
1888 Nina Valve Furrow, b 13 November 1863 at Wilton, Clinton County, Iowa, d 11 November 
1905 at Montpelier, Idaho, daughter of John and Amanda Marie (Van Horn) Furrow. She was the 
mother of ten of his children. John Bagley md 3rd Ida Ellen Austin. She died within a year and he 
married 4th Matilda Peterson (Mary Matilda Peterson), b 9 September 1876 at Bloomington, Idaho, 
d 24 October 1918 at Montpelier, Idaho, daughter of Niels and Margaret J. (Sorensen) Peterson. He 
md 5th Amanda Margaret Anderson. 

Children: (Sarah Lawson) 

Lewis Laraine Bagley, b 1 May 1885, md Elaine Neff. 

Children: (Nina Valve Furrow) 

Mary Waunita Van Horn Bagley, b 2 November 1889, d 194_, md 1 May 1907 William Archibald 

Whitely. She was born at Montpelier, Idaho. 
Cloudsey Furrow Bagley, b 19 April 1891 at Montpelier, Idaho, d 27 November 1891. 
George Brimhall Bagley, b 2 January 1893, d infant. 
John LaFayette Bagley, b 23 December 1894, d 22 January 1895. 
Moretta Virous Bagley, b 22 May 1896, d 10 July 1926, md 6 May 1917 Ira C. Stone. 
Almorean Bagley, b 9 March 1898, md 3 June 1937 Ilene M. Schick. 
Hawley Bagley, b 2 November 1899, md 30 October 1917 Adelilah Hogenson. 
Lucille Bagley, b 20 June 1901, md 18 March 1918 Clarence A. Williams. 
Nina B. Bagley, b 8 January 1903, md 25 November 1925 Henry Erickson. 
Son, b 27 October 1905 at Montpelier, Idaho. 

Children: (Matilda Peterson) 

Jay Grant Bagley, b 24 March 1904 at Sea Side, Oregon, md 9 March 1943 Ruby E. Page. 

John Allen Bagley, Jr., b 15 September 1907 in Utah, md 12 June 1921, d 10 May 1940, md Ila Hoops. 

Major Harriman Bagley, b 19 July 1909, md Selma Laurena Garrard 26 June 1930. 

Margaret Virginia Bagley, b 27 December 1911 at Bloomington, Idaho, md 4 February 1930 David 

Osborne Glenn. 
Harold Bagley, b 30 August 1913, d infant. 



Earl Bagley, b 1915, d infant. 



Record of Van Horn-Bagley-Whitley, 
record Hawley-Bagley, Salt Lake 
City, John Bagley record, baptismal 
records. Church records, marriage 
certificates, death certificates, 
Virginia Glenn personal records 



282 

Descendants of JOHN ALLEN and SARAH (LARSON ) BAGLEY (No. 362) 

BAG LEY 

(Lewis Laraine Bagley 6 - John Allen 5 - Mgt. Mary Jane 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

LE^VIS LARAINE BAGLEY , b 7 May 1884 at Montpelier, Idaho, d 12 January 1960 at Los Angeles, 

CaUfornia, son of John Allen and Sarah Ellen (Larson) Bagley, md 16 June 1909 Laurance Elaine Neff, 

b 21 May 1886 at East Mill Creek, Utah, d 8 February 1961 at Salt Lake City, Utah daughter of John 

(III) and Ann Eliza (Benedict) Neff. 

Children: (all born at Salt Lake City, Utah) 

Louis Neff Bagley, b 30 April 1910, d 27 March 1963, md 5 January 1934 Frances Swan. 

John Alan Bagley, b 3 September 1911, md 15 May 1932 Phoebus Snarr. 

Stuart Laraine Bagley, b 12 July 1913, md Lucille Carter Kreuger. 

Benedict Grant Bagley, b 11 April 1915, md 1 August 1936 Marie Pehrson. 

Sara Louise Bagley, b 25 January 1919, d 21 June 1919. 

Charles Jeremiah Bagley, b 8 February 1920, d infant. 

Marjorie Bagley, b 24 June 1921, md 8 October 1941 Charles Robert Turner. 

Donald Neff Bagley, b 18 July 1927, md 29 August 1951 Mimi Erickson. 

Church records, record of Stuart 
Laraine Bagley, record of Barbara B. 
Rogers. 

BAGLEY 

(Louis Neff Bagley 7 - Lewis Laraine 6 - John A. 5 - Mgt. Mary Jane 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

LOUIS NEFF BAGLEY , b 30 April 1910, d 27 March 1963, son of Lewis Laraine and Laurance Elaine (Neff) 

Bagley, md 5 January 1934 Frances Swan, b 26 February 1907, daughter of Charles Button and Agness 

(Grant) Swan. 

Children: 

Charles Laraine Bagley, b 25 November 1935, d infant. 

Barbara Lou Bagley, b 28 August 1940, md 24 May 1963 Edward Brain Rogers. 

Katharine Bagley, b 9 February 1942, md 9 April 1965 Robert Heiner Garff. I 

Douglas Eugene Bagley, b 21 August 1945. 

Record of Barbara B. Rogers. 

BAGLEY 

(John Allen Bagley 7 - Lewis L. 6 - John A. 5 - Mgt. Mary Jane Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
JOHN ALLEN BAGLEY , b 3 September 1911, son of Lewis Laraine and Laurance Elaine (Neff) Bagley, md 
15 May 1932 Phoebus Snarr, b 6 March 1911 at Colonia Morelos, Mexico, d 20 October 1941 at Fillmore, 
Utah, daughter of Daniel H. and Phoebus (McCarroU) Snarr. John md 2nd Sarah Lois Jex. 

Children: (Phoebus Snarr) 

Uwrence Snarr Bagley, b 7 October 1933, md 19 March 1960 Elda Elise Patzwald. 
Lynne Bagley, b 16 October 1936, md 6 July 1956 Anthony Wilford Brimley. 

Children: ( Sarah Lois Jex) 

John Craig Bagley, b 13 December 1955 at Santa Monica, California. 
Susan Elizabeth Bagley, b 7 May 1957. 

Barbara B. RogenaTecord.. 



283; 

BAG LEY 

(Stewart Laraine 1 - Lewis Laraine 6 - John Allen 5 - Mgt. Mary Jane 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
STEWART LARAINE BAGLEY , b 12 July 1913. son of Lewis Laraine and Elaine (Neff) Bagley, md 20 
November 1936 Lucile Carter Krueger, b 15 May 1914 at Nephi, Juab County, Utah, daughter of Algean 
McKay and Margaretta (Norton) Carter. 

Children: (all born at Salt Lake City, Utah) 

Kent Krueger Bagley, b 18 October 1938, md 15 March 1963 Zola Player. 
Lorna Lucile Bagley, b 27 May 1941, md 26 March 1964 Roy Blaine Moore. 
Steven Stuart Bagley, b 27 September 1945. 
Nancy Ann Bagley, b 20 May 1952. 

Barbara B. Rogers book of remembrance. 

BAGLEY 

(Benedict Grant 7 - Lewis L. 6 - John Allen 5 - Mgt. Mary Jane 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

BENEDICT GRANT BAGLEY , b 11 April 1915, son of Lewis Laraine and Elaine (Neff) Bagley, md 1 

August 1936 Marie Pehrson, b 17 May 1917, daughter of Ernest W. and Agness Isabel (Gabrielson) Pehrson. 

Children: 

John Bagley, b 4 August 1937, md 17 September 1956 William Gregg Calkins. 

Grant Pearce Bagley, b 20 April 1941, md 8 June 1961 Margaret Holther. 

John Neff Bagley, b 21 April 1944, md 29 May 1965 Katherine Mauch. 

Donna Marie Bagley, b 30 December 1947. 

From Neff Genealogy record, Barbara 
B. Rogers record. 

TURNER 

(Marjorie 7 - Lewis Laraine 6 - John Allen 5 - Mgt. Mary Jane 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
MARJORIE BAGLEY , b 24 June 1921, daughter of Lewis Laraine and Elaine (Neff) Bagley, md 8 October 
1941 Charles Robert Turner, b 8 January 1918 at Grand Junction, Colorado, son of Albert and Laura 
(Brown) Turner. 

Children: (born at Grand Junction, Colorado) 

Laura Elaine Turner, b 30 July 1942, md 7 September 1962 Lloyd Duane Peach. 
Janet Lorraine Turner, b 14 December 1945. 
Margaret Louise Turner, b 4 January 1948. 
Nancy Charlotte Turner, b 21 December 1951. 
Barbara Joan Turner, b 29 July 1954. 

Neff record, Barbara B. Rogers record. 

BAGLEY 

(Donald Neff Bagley 7 - Lewis L. 6 - John A. 5 - Mgt. Mary Jane 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
DONALD NEFF BAGLEY , b 18 July 1927, son of Laraine and Elaine (Neff) Bagley, md 27 August 1951 
Mimi Packman, b 12 November 1929, daughter of Harold B. and Edythe (Stone) Packman. 

Children: 

Tiffani Bagley, b 1 April 1953 at San Bernardino, California. 

Neff records. 



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Descendants of JOHN ALLEN and MARY MATILDA (PETERSON) BAGLEY (No. 362) 

GLENN 

(Margaret Virginia Bagley 6 - John Allen 5 - Mgt, M. J. Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
MARGARET VIRGINIA BAGLEY , b 27 December 1911 at Bloomington, Idaho, daughter of John Allen 
and Mary Matilda (Peterson) Bagley, md 4 February 1930 David Osborne Glenn, b 21 June 1899, son 
of Alexander and Magdelina (Whimpy) Glenn Jr. 

Children: 

Betty Matilda Glenn, b 27 November 1931 in Jefferson County, Idaho, md 2 March 1950 Glen L. Morgan. 

Ellen Magdeline Glenn, b 25 November 1933 in Jefferson County, Idaho, md 16 August 1951 Chas. 
Duane Killian. 

Ted LeRoy Glenn, b 28 January 1937 in Jefferson County, Idaho, md 13 February 1954 Marelyn Elaine 
Grover. 

Nina Shari Glenn, b 25 January 1950. 

David Von Glenn, b 1957, d 9 September 1958. 

David O. Glenn records. Church 
records, Virginia Glenn record, 
Rigby Church records, birth certificates, 
marriage certificates. 
MORGAN 

(Betty Matilda Glenn 7 - Margaret V. Bagley 6 - John Allen 5 - Mgt. M.J. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - 

Samuel 1 ) 

BETTY MATILDA GLENN , b 27 November 1931, md 2 March 1950 Glen L. Morgan. 

Children: 



Maria Ellen Morgan, b 8 April 1951 at Rigby, Idaho. 
Monty Glen Morgan, b 11 January 1953. 
Tony Lynn Morgan, b 30 January 1954. 
Karen Kay Morgan, b 28 May 1956. 
Janet Colene Morgan, b 24 June 1964. 

KILLIAN 

(Ellen Magdeline Glenn. 7 - Mgt. Bagley 6 - John Allen 5 - Mgt. M.J. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ELLEN MAGDELINE GLENN , b 25 November 1933, md 16 August 1951 Charles Duane Killian. 

Children: 

Vikki Mautine Killian, b 27 May 1952 at Rigby, Idaho. 
Jeanie Anett Killian, b 12 July 1955. 
Dana Duane Killian, b 12 February 1958. 
Bret Chas. Killian, b 30 April 1960. 
Wendy Virginia Killian, b 22 October 1963. 



285 







Brought Out 
By Party of 6 

'trlbaoe Special 

■ LOA, Wayne County. Ffeb,. 22— 
The body of Albert Lewis Allen, 54, 
Teafldale sheepherder, was taken 
out lOt a remote, nearly impenetra- 
ble arear in southeastern Utah Sun- 
day by a six-man party wluch trav- 
elled by jeep and truck bver muddy 
itrkila to the sheep camp where Mr 
Allen was klHed. 

^ .Sheriff Edward -Woodward, Gar-' 
fttifl county, and Shftrlff Martin 
Bttk«r» Wtfyne; cotlnty^ said evl-; 
deiice indicated that he died of a 
wound received when he fell oh Ms 
30-30 caliber rifle ^hile atone at 
tb6 camp, causing £t to disdiarge 
accidentally.' ■, 

,Mr. AUen was emplir^d by Sam- 
uel AH^, Lyman, to herd dheep in 
H^&ty moxinlath region, aouth of 
^ftyftks\itlp near, the Wayne-Qar 
fl^ coUnty line 90 mliles from 
TtesdAle. Rulon Hunt, another 
^eepherder employed In the area., 
found Mr. Allen's body when be re- 
turned to the camp after a lew 
hbure absence. 

- When word of Mr/Allen's deatfi 
.r^ched Richfield Saturday the In- 
^«»tSgatloiL party set out for the 
*^iBp. requiring 12 hours to cover 
the last 40 miles of mud^ trail 
ahd.UlMurs fer tbe return trip. 



Ffbrenco Dudley Cook 

VERNAL — Florence Dudley Cook, 62 
died at a local hoapital Thursday at 7 15 
p.in. following a brief tllpeas from s 
heart ailment. She 
was borti Oct 2 J 
1888 In Clifton. Ida 
a daughter of D«Uah 
Allen and Brtgham 
S. Dudley. 

She waa married 
to Lashbrook L 
Cook jQly 13. 1911. 
In Uie Losao. L D S 
temple. She was ac- 
tive In church work 
Jiavlng filled a ml3* 
sion to New Zealand 
ftom 1916 to 1919 
She was a member 
of the pellef aoctety ^\ 
stake board of the ^"^ 
Bear Lake stake in ^J*. 
Paris. Ida., for 22 Mnt Cook 

years and president of the Second ward 
Relief society In Paris for two years. 

Survivors Include her husband, two, sons 
and two daughters, R«t D. and Alton D. 
Cook of Fish Haven. , Ida. ; Mrs. Donald 
Rex. Georgetown. Ida., and Mrs. Leslie 
Darrlngton. Burley, Ida.; 10 grandchildren, 
tvn> sisters, Mrs. Deltah Keller, Mink 
Creek, Ida., and Mrs. Mary Lenkeradorfer, 
Logan, Utah. 

Funeral services win b« conducted In 
the Oarden Clty^ Utah. L D S chapel Mloa- 
day at 2 p.m.- by Bryan L- Booth. 




Isaac J. Allen 

POCATELLO, Ida.— Graveside services 
for Isaac 3. AUen, 71, who died m 
GranjeevUle. will be <;ondacted Tuesday 
at 4 p.m. in the LewistOn, Utah, cemetery, 
uAder direction of McHan-Henderson 
Mortuary, Pocat«Uo. 

Friends may call at the* mortuary 
chapel in Pocatello until noon Tuesday 
and at the Lewiston Ward Chapel, Church 
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, from 
3 p.m. until time of services. 
• He was boni .lune 23. 1880, In Lewiston. 
a son of William L. and Miranda J. 
Stewart Allen. He married Alice John- 
son Nov. 7, 1901. in Logan. 

Surviving are his widow, four sons 

nd a daufffater, James R. Allen, Pocs- 

"• A. Allen. MUton. Ore.; Clada 

'ammon, and Stewart AHen, 

Wash.: Mrs. Rex Myers* 



Former Utahn 
Dies In Crash 



John A. (Ted) Bagley 
Succuinbs To Hurts 

Johli A'. (Ted> B^Jey of Coke- 
viUe. Wye, fo^Mrly of Salt: 
Lake, died ^yesterday In a Mont 
pelier. hcEpital , frotn injuries re- 
celvea In a highway accident the 
previous -eivening near Border,:- 
Wyo, according to word ,recelv-. 
e*\by" tie femfljr Here.;' ' , . ■ 

According to reports of Ittveat-' 
Igating officers Mr. Bagley was 
Injured when a blowout , caused 
■his car to turn, over,- several 
times. He suffered a skull Yrac- 
ttire, It was reported. 
: '■ In additJbn to his widow, he iB 
.•survived by his father, John A.' 
Bagley of Salt Lake; five broth- 
ers, L.' L., Almorean and Hawley 
(l?agley of Salt Lake, Grant Bag- 
ley of San Diego, Calif,, and Ma- 
jor Bagley of Burley, IdSho-, 
four sisters, Mrs. Archie Whitley 
, of Salt Lake, Mrs. Clarence WIJ. , 
>ilam6 9f Los Angeles, Mrs. Hen- 
■ ¥y ■ Erlckfeoii and Mrs. . Davidt; 
^leimolE Lewfi»*iae. I<Ja?^' -S^ 



Voji Heme B. Wh»eley 

Mn. Vjan Bmuo Bagley Wtaiteley, 59, 
East Orange, N. J., former Salt Lake' 
City resident, -died Monday at 7 a.m. 
In East Orange, at the home of her son, 
I^ocaine Whlteley, after a lingering lUnesa, 
according to word received by a'daughter, 
Mrs. Andrew PbllUps, Union. > 

-Sbeonoved to Kew Jersey 10 yeara ago, 
where she resided with her son. Prior to 
this time Mra,, WMteley was a Salt Lake 
resident 30 years. ' f ^-"*- 

Bom Nov. 2, 188ft, in Montpeller, Ida., 
she was a daughter of John A. and Nina 
Furrow Bagley. She was a toember of 
the Chxiroh-of Jesus Christ of lAtter-day 
Saints, being active in genebloglcal work. 
She attended Relief society and other ac- 
tivities at Burton ward. 

Mrs. Whiteley was An accomplished 
pianist, playing at tn&iif church functions. 
She was married to Archie Whiteley, who 
died in 1918. 

Survivors Include two daughters, Mrs. 
Andrew PhUltps,-^ Union, axid Mrs. Nina 
Carpenter ; her son. East Orange ; five 
brothers, I4. It. Bagley, Los Angeles: 
Grant Bagley, 8^n Diego, CaL ; Almorean 
and Hawley Bagley, Salt Lake City, and 
M. H. Bagley^ Boise, Id&. ; three sisters, 
Mrs- C A- WUHams, Oakland, Cai*: Mrs. 
Nina Erickson, Spokane. Wash., and Mrs. 
Virginia Glenn, XUgby. Ida., and sl&graiid- 
children. ^ 

Funeral services and burial will bo 
conducted Tuesday In East < Orange. 



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■WUaitMka 



- t«VSLpCK, N»tr. — -; funeral itrdca 
lr#p6 coMUCwd" )>«• Tuw4*y f^^ wilma 
AlUra, l«-inUtr4iU doinliUr of Bnice uid 
iQuHiM All«l>, wli» vu UlU.il7 Injure^i In 
k^tMor )««et«r woM«at keie Saturda;. 
JSil wITI b. In FlIlMtH, Vtth ctmt- 

Jtttt iLtttn vts born m miUtiore Sec. 
IS. l»9S. ana had flrai hert for the pa« 
flv» y.ara. 8h« wa< a ajiilor m Pershing 
htyh school at tlm. ?/■ hw death. She waa 
a delegate to -the 195© J^evSda GiJ-la 
State, W4A a member ef the high acMol 
band- and "^le* club, .-was editor' of the 
school paper and ecHW«K snana^er of the 
ichnol yearboo». She Waa aii active roepn- 
ber */ the Lovelock w(ifd. Churcn of Jeaua 
,<3hrtat of Latter-diiy aaints and waa an 
officer la Love^ek «liaptfer. Order 'of 
Ralnbftw. , 

Surviving, ara her parranti; two altera, 

Shvula and J«n» «aa Allen, and a brothei'. 
[•.ttrlce. AU«. .all of Loveleck. and four 
arandpvtnu. Mr. , and Mrt. -Jolin AlMh. 
niusora. vU Ur.- awl KHi Huxr-.OakB- 
aon. Salt Laka Cltjr, 



Tuesday Funeral 
Scheduled for 
S. L. Woman, 89 

Tuneral services for Mrs. 
Susan Sophia Winder Williams, 
89, 520 E. 2nd South, will be con- 
ducted Tuesday 
at 12:15 p.m. at 
124-4th East. 

Mrs.- Williams 
died Saturday 
in her home of 
causes incident 
to age. She was 
the younger 
daughter of the 
late John Rex 
Winder, firsti 
counselor in the Mrs. Williams 
Church of Jesus Christ of Lattei* 
day Saints under President 
Joseph F. Smith. 

Friends may call at 520 E. 2nd 
South Monday from 5 to 8 p.m. 
ahd Tuesday from 10 until 11:30 
a.m. ( 

She was married to Thomas 
AHen Williams Nov. 22, 1883, in 
the old Salt Lake Endowment 
Ho^sj. Mr. Williams died in 1939. 




llo& ^Boxd Heaton 

art. GEORGE — .Mrs. Lola Balrd Heaton, 
87, died at her horns hero Tuesday at 
7:15 a.m. of a short lllneaa. 

Mra. fiettton wa« bom July 10. 18S1 
In Kanab, Kane county, a daughter of 
BrlKham Young Balrd and Margaret ElUa- 
b«h AHen Balrd. She was educated In 
Kanab and later wa£ graduated from the 
minee school at the Church of Jeaus Christ 
orf Latter-day Satnte hospital In Salt Lake 
City. She was married to Ira Hoj-t Heaton 
Oct. 4. 1905 m the Salt LSHe L D S 
temple. Purlng tbeir early married Hfe 
they Uved In Richfield. Sevier county; 
Enoch, Iron county; Maryavale, Pluto 
couaty; Alton. Kane county, and Cedar 
City. They remained In Cedar City until 
1944. when they were called as workers 
Is the St. George L D S templa They 
have realded in St. George since that Ume. 
, In' attditlon to her temple work and 
nUfslnK. Mrs. Heaton had been active in 
'other branches of the chyrch. serving »» 
tt Primary prealdent in Kanab, aqd In 
other church capacities Id other communl- 

Survivlng are her husband and th« it^H 
lowing Bono and daughters: Mn. Glen H; 
Sherratt and AUen B. Heaton, Cedar Cityi 
Mrs. Pav H- Stout. Salt Lake City; Louta 
E. Heaton, San Pablo. CaL; Mrs. Ws H. 
BteABleMer. Apopka. Fla.; J3 grandchD- 
djen and four brothers and sisters, Louu 
Baled, at. George : Samuel Balrd, Salt Lake 
Cltf: William -J. Balrd, Alton, and Mra. 
Bffa Campbell. Emmett, Ida. 

Funeral ser^■lccs will be anjiounced later 
and are pending word from Mra. Black- 
welder In Florida. 



Paul $tew<ei»t Alleti 

POCATELLO, -Ela. — Paul SteWMt AV 
len. 57, coowncr' of the Banuo^ hbtel 
1>arb«r shop, died Satonlay afternoon bi a 
Pocatello hospital ot a sQddeil besrt At- 
tack, 

He was bora Jan. 8, 180% at LewUibii, 
Dtaii."&^ soQ,.of Wdll&m L. and MlTMaAM, 
J&ne Stewfi?^ Allen'. Be attende^t flflfe- 
mentary and hlr^ sciiools in Lewiittob, atid 
Britain Zoung college at Log&n, Ut«h. He 
was a graxluate ot the Salt Lak* Cwy 
Barber school In 1915, He married Venetta. 
Jocotosen May 31, 1916, fn Loffao, and 
«ame to PbcateUo 21 ye&n, &go. 

fiorvlTlag besides his widow are a eoo, 
UhX3. AUeni me<Ilcal student, at Harquvtte 
njUVerstty. MUwaukee. Wis., and a daa^ 
ter. Mrs. Paula Graydon, San Anseteio, 
Call : fwo brothers, L J. Anftn, Grange- 
vlQ«, ,1^, aod £d AUen. Burtey. also otfe 
gsajidsoD. 



286; 



BAGLEY 

(Cyrenus J. Bagley 5 - Margaret Mary Jane Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

363, CYRENUS JACKSON BAGLEY . b 16 March 1866 at Draper, Utah, d 18 December 1935 at Fairview, 

Lincoln County, Wyoming, son of John and Mgt, Mary Jane (Allen) Bagley, md 7 January 1890 Calista 
Sophia Dalrymple, b 31 January 1868 at Hyrum, Cache County, Utah, d 22 November 1923 at Fairview, 
Wyoming, daughter of Oscar and Mary Margaret (Potter) Dalrymple. Cyrenus md 2nd at Paris, Idaho 
13 June 1927 Jesse (Van Scoyk) Whitten. 

Children: 

Mary Viola Bagley, b 26 October 1890, d 26 August 1961, md 30 June 1910 Thos. Seth Quayle. 

Parley Eugene Bagley, b 10 June 1892, d 3 September 1954, md 7 June 1916 Bertha C. Howell, md 2nd 
14 October 1920 Vera Crapo, d 1946, md 3rd 1949 Clara E. TeuUer. 

Emogene Kizziah Bagley, b 13 July 1895, md 9 October 1917 Samuel Edward Roberts. 

Oliver Arthur Bagley, b 12 April 1897, md 3 April 1918 Leah Howell. 

Marie (Muriel) Margaret Bagley, b 22 April 1899, d 22 October 1924, md 16 June 1919 Mondell Tolman. 

Cyrenus Hugh Bagley, b 26 January 1906, md 22 June 19-' Goldie Laurine Jacobsen. 

Lewis Ward Bagley, b 21 May 1908 at Granger, Wyoming, md 3 April 1929 Cleone Davis. 

Elsworth Allen Bagley, b 18 June 1910 at Granger, Wyoming, md 1 January 1938 Bonnie Jean Stevens. 

Birth, death and marriage certificates, 
Emogene B. Roberts personal papers 
and records. 



287 



Descendants of CYRENUS JACKSON and CALISTA SOPHIA (DALRYMPLE) BAGLEY (No. 363) 

QUAYLE 

(Mary Viola Bagley 6 - Cyrenus 5 - Mgt. Mary Jane Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
MARY VIOLA BAGLEY , b 26 October 1890, d 26 August 1961 at Montpelier, Idaho, daughter of Cyrenus 
and Calista S. (Dalrymple) Bagley, md 30 June 1910 Thos. SethQuayle, b 13 February 1881, d 8 July 
1965, son of William and Mary Jane (Cook) Quayle. 

Children: 

Elaine Quayle, b 20 May 1911, md 5 February 1936 Jonathan P. Keetch. 
Jewel Bernice Quayle, b 18 November 1915, md 4 August 1934 Clifford Linford. 

Kenneth Edwin Quayle (twin), b 23 February 1921, md 30 October 1940 Clark. 

Edna Naomi Quayle (twin), b 23 February 1921, d infant. 

Emogene Roberts family record. 

BAGLEY 

(Parley Eugene Bagley 6 - Cyrenus J. 5 - Mgt. Mary Jane Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuell) 
PARLEY EUGENE BAGLEY , b 10 June 1892, son of Cyrenus J. and Calista D. Bagley, md 7 September 
1918 Bertha Charlotte Howell, b 30 April 1897. Parley Eugene md 2nd Vera Crapo, b 5 April 1899, 
d 5 November 1946, daughter of Joseph Kimball and Orby Anne (Barmen) Crapo. 

Children: (Bertha Charlotte Howell) 

Dale Marie Bagley, b 10 March 1917, md 4 October 1938 Eddie Davis VanScoyke. 

Children: (Vera Crapo - all born at Fairview, Lincoln County, Wyoming) 

Joseph Wayne Bagley, b 12 September 1921, md 16 February 1944 Grace Elizabeth Matthews. 

Rene Ward Bagley, b 6 March 1924, md 7 October 1964 Myrna June Hulett. 

Ruby Bernice Bagley, b 13 July 1925, md 11 December 1946 William Levi Cone Jr. 

Parley Gerald Bagley, b 7 September 1927, md 17 March 1966 Pearl Maud Clifton. 

Vera Cherril Bagley, b 8 December 1930, md 21 April 1948 Evern Walker Draney. 

Emogene B. Roberts family record. 



CONE 



(Ruby Bernice 7 - Parley Eugene 6 - Cyrenus J. 5 - Mgt. M.J. Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
RUBY BERNICE BAGLEY , b 13 July 1925 at Fairview, Wyoming, daughter of Parley E. and Vera (Crapo) 
Bagley, md 11 December 1946 at Fort Douglas, Utah William Levi Cone Jr. , b 3 February 1925 at 
Springfield, Missouri, sonofWm. Levi and Daisey (Aylshire) Cone Jr. 

Children: 

Jerry Rene Cone, b 31 January 1948 at Afton, Wyoming. 
Charlene Roma Cone, b 19 May 1951 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 
William Boyd Cone, b 13 August 1955 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Patricia Ann Cone, b 10 July 195 6 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Sherrie Marie Cone, b 26 December 1958 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Clark Wesley Cone, b 5 September 1960 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Crapo-Bagley records. Church records. 



288 



ROBERTS 

(Emogene Bagley 6 - Cyrenus 5 - Mgt. M. J. Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
EMOGENE KEZZIAH BAGLEY , b 19 July 1895 at Crow Creek, Idaho, daughter of Cyrenus J. and Calista 
Sophia (Dalrymple) Bagley, md 9 October 1917 at Logan, Utah Samuel Edward Roberts, b 8 May 1898 
at Afton, Wyoming, d 10 November 1941 at Kemmer, Wyoming, son of Arthur and Martha Elizabeth 
(Reese) Roberts. 

Children: (all born at Afton, Wyoming) 

Samuel Arthur Roberts Sr. , b 2 June 1918, d 1 August 1958, md 22 March 1951 Rebecca Bastian. 

Russell Bagley Roberts, b 22 January 1920, md 8 October 1941 Donnetta Nellie Dayton. 

Lilath Roberts, b 25 January 1922, md 16 July 1942 Arden Baker Hill. 

Bernice Roberts, b 18 February 1924, md 18 March 1942 Dick Allen Titensor. 

Emogene Roberts, b 18 August 1926, md 31 July 1945 Vernon Harris Edgren. 

Ramola Roberts, b 15 February 1931, md 18 March 1947 Dan Lee Welch. 

Betty Elizabeth Roberts, b 6 March 1938. 

Kathleen Roberts, b 27 April 1940, md 3 July 1958 Leonard J. Young. 

Church and family records of Emogene 

B. Roberts, 

ROBERTS 

(Samuel A. Roberts 7 - Emogene Bagley 6 - Cyrenus 5 - Mgt. Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
SAMUEL ARTHUR ROBERTS SR ., b 2 June 1918, d 1 August 1958, md 22 March 1941 Rebecca Bastian. 

Children: 

Samuel Arthur Roberts Jr. , b 12 November 1941, md 6 August 1965 Terry Kay Stevens. 
Shauna Roberts, b 7 May 1943, md 16 December 1963 Douglas H. Powelson. 
Marion Scott Roberts, b 14 November 1949. 
Sherri Roberts, b 1 November 1957. 

ROBERTS 

(Russell Roberts 7 - Emogene Bagley 6 - Cyrenus 5 - Mgt. Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
RUSSELL BAGLEY ROBERTS , b 22 January 1920, md 8 October 1941 Donnetta Nellie Dayton. 

Children: 



HILL 



Willard Lynn Roberts, b 27 May 1942, md 20 May 1960 Shirley Fay Nicholl. 
Russell Boyd Roberts, b 28 June 1944, md 29 October 1965 Carol Nate. 
Ronald Jay Roberts, b 5 June 1951 at Afton, Lincoln County, Wyoming. 
Robert Chad Roberts, b 28 July 1959 at Montpelier, Idaho. 



(Lilath Roberts 7 - Emogene Bagley 6 - Cyrenus 5 - Mgt. M. J. Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
LILATH ROBERTS, b 25 January 1922, md 16 July 1942 Arden Baker HUl. 

Children: 



James Arden Hill, b 11 July 1944 at Afton, Wyoming. 
Lawrence Arden Hill, b 18 March 1948 at Spanish Fork, Utah. 
Catherine Marie Hill, b 18 August 1950 at Spanish Fork, Utah. 
Douglas Arden Hill, b 27 December 1955 in California. 



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289 



TITENSOR 

(Bernice Roberts 7 - Emogene Bagley 6 - Cyrenus 5 - Mgt. M.J. Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
BERNICE ROBERTS , b 18 February 1924, md 18 March 1942 Dick Allen Titensor. 

Children: (all born at Afton, Wyoming) 

LaMae Titensor, b 24 October 1943, md 19 October 1962 Robert Russell. 

Janet Titensor, b 10 October 1945. 

JoAnn Titensor, b 6 October 1951. 

Scott Allen Titensor, b 27 July 1956 (twin). 

Sally Jean Titensor (twin), b 27 July 1956. 

Sam Titensor, b 16 March 1960. 

EDGREN 

(Emogene Roberts 7 - Emogene Bagley 6 - Cyrenus 5 - Mgt. Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
EMOGENE ROBERTS, b 18 August 1926, md 31 July 1945 Vernon Harris Edgren. 

Children: 

Vernon Roberts Edgren, b 4 May 1946 at Livermore, Alameda, California. 
Connie Jean Edgren, b 18 April 1947 at Livermore, California. 
Lynn Edgren, b 24 September 1949 at Livermore, California. 

WELCH 

(Ramola Roberts 7 - Emogene Bagley 6 - Cyrenus 5 - Mgt. Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
RAMOLA ROBERTS , b 15 February 1931, md 18 March 1947 Dan Lee Welch. 

Children; 

Evelyn Welch, b 27 October 1947 in Afton, Wyoming, md William E. Farrer. 
Lena Jean Welch, b 12 September 1950 at Afton, Wyoming. 
Susan Welch, b 3 October 1953 at Ogden, Utah. 
Cindy Lee Welch, b 26 April 1958 at Ogden, Utah. 

YOUNG 

(Kathleen Roberts 7 - Emogene Bagley 6 - Cyrenus 5 - Mgt. Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
KATHLEEN ROBERTS , b 27 April 1940, md 3 July 1958 Leonard J. Young. 

Children: 



Valerie Jean Young, b 13 May 1960 at Frankfurt, Germany. 
Creg Aaron Young, b 24 January 1962 at Montpelier, Idaho. 



Church and family records of Emogene 
B. Roberts. 



290 



BAGLEY 

(Oliver A. Bagley 6 - Cyrenus 5 - Mgt. M.J. Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

OLIVER ARTHUR BAGLEY. md Leah Howell, b 13 August 1899, daughter of Ezra John and Charlotte 

Catherine (Findlay) Howell. Md 3 April 1918. 

Children: 

Grace Marie Bagley, b 30 May 1919, md 30 June 1937 George DeRell Olsen. 

Ross Oliver Bagley, b 13 August 1920, md 28 October 1947 Anne L. Krall. 

Loradine J. Bagley, b 20 July 1924, md 23 November 1943 Geraldine Ranzenberg. 

Gaylen Von Bagley, b 25 May 1925, md 26 March 1955 Janive or Janice. Heywood. 

Leah Beth Bagley, b 2 May 1930, md 17 November 1950 Everett Dee Peterson. 

LaDell H. Bagley, b 9 August 1934, md 20 November 1955 Caren Chadwick. 

LaDee Bagley, b 29 August 1935, md 24 June 1961 Shannon Hymas. 

DeRell Olsen family records, Emogene 
B. Roberts records. 

OLSON 

(Grace Marie Bagley 7 - Oliver A. 6 - Cyrenus J. 5 - Mgt. M. J. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

GRACE MARIE BAGLEY , b 30 May 1919 at Fish Haven, Idaho, daughter of Oliver Arthur and Leah 

(Howell) Bagley, md 30 June 1937 George DeRell Olson, b 2 October 1914 at Osmond, Wyoming, son 

of George Ludwig and Fannie (Tippits) Olson. 

Children: 

LaVar DeRell Olson, b 23 September 1939 at Afton, Wyoming, md 30 June 1959 Arlinda Coates. 

Evan McKay Olson, b 28 December 1943 at Afton, Wyoming. 

Ronnie L. Olson, b 3 December 1947. 

Danny Olson, b 6 November 1949 at Afton, Wyoming. 

Wyoming Church records, Olson- 
Bagley records. 

BAGLEY 

(Lorain J. Bagley 7 - Oliver A. 6 - Cyrenus J. 5 - Mgt. M. J. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

LORAIN J. BAGLEY , b 20 July 1923 at Logan, Utah, son of OUver A. and Leah (Howell) Bagley, md 

23 November 1942 at Logan, Utah Geraldine Ranzenberg, b 4 April 1924 at Fairview, Lincoln, Wyoming. 

Children: 



DarneUJ. Bagley, b 14 September 1945 at Afton, Wyoming. 
Kodell Bagley, b 14 October 1947 at Afton, Wyoming. 
Shauna Bagley, b 5 October 1949 at Afton, Wyoming. 
Cindy Bagley, b 28 April 1953. 

R. Vance Bagley, b 30 October 1954 at Afton, Wyotning. 
Lanae Bagley, b 15 December 1958. 



Oliver A. Bagley records, Emogene 
Bagley papers. 



291 



TOLMAN 

(Muriel M. Bagley 6 - Cyrenus 5 - Mgt. M. J. Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 
MURIEL MARGARET BAGLEY , md 16 June 1919 MondellTolman, b 19 May 1901. 



Samuel 1) 



Children: 

Orva Eloise Tolman, b 18 March 1920 at Fairview, Wyoming, md 20 October 1937 Thomas L. Lanigan. 
Shirley Tolman, b 9 December 1921, md 11 March 1937 Sterley Peter Smout. 
Audrey Tolman, b 6 October 1923, md 30 November 1941 William F. Smith. 

LARRIGAN 

(Orva Eloise Tolman 7 - Muriel 6 - Cyrenus J. 5 - Mgt. M. J. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ORVA ELOISE TOLMAN , b 18 March 1920, daughter of Muriel M. and Mondell Tolman, md 20 October 
1937 Thomas Lance Larrigan, b 2 June 1911 at Morgan, West Virginia, son of Ora Paul and Oga (Long) 
Larrigan. Orva E. Tolman md 2nd Everett Graves Mitchell. 

Children: 

Monte Tom Larrigan, b 5 August 1938 in Wyoming, md 14 November 1958 Alice Elizabeth Ijanas. 

Jerry Lynn Larrigan, b 30 June 1940, md 18 June 1961 Shirley Fletcher. 

Bonnie Joyce Larrigan, b 19 September 1941 at Pocatello, Idaho, md 25 January 1960 Gary N. Beard. 

Lance F. Larrigan, b 3 June 1944. 

Sonja Lee Larrigan, b 30 May 1945. 

SMOUT 

(Shirley Tolman 7 - Muriel M. 6 - Cyrenus J. 5 - Mgt. M. J. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

SHIRLEY TOLMAN , b 9 Dec. 1921 at Fairview, Idaho, daughter of Mondell and Muriel M. (Bagley) 

Tolman, md 11 March 1937 Sterley Peter Smout, b 16 April 1913 at Mink Creek, son of Edward W. and 

Ina J. (Peterson) Smout. 

Children: 



Sterley Mondell Smout, b 3 February 1938. 
Edwin Ward Smout, b 6 June 1939. 
Shirley Ann Smout, b 25 February 1941. 
Ina Muriel Smout, b 14 October 1942. 
Mary Joyce Smout, b 23 March 1947. 



Church and family records, Emogene 
B. Roberts family record. 



SMITH 



(Audrey Tolman 7 - Muriel M. 6 - Cyrenus J. 5 - Mgt. M. J. Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
AUDREY TOLMAN , b 6 October 1923 at Fairview, Wyoming, daughter of Mondell and Muriel M. (Bagley) 
Tolman, md 30 November 1941 at Tacoma, Washington WilUam Frank Smith, b 16 June 1921 at Lehi, Utah. 



Children: 



Dennis William Smith, b 24 August 1942 at Sedre, Washington. 
Martin Lewis Smith, b 7 May 1949 at Turlock, California. 
Linda Arlene Smith, b 18 July 1949 at Idaho Falls, Idaho. 
Karen Ann Smith, b 17 September 1950 at Rigby, Idaho. 
Bradley Alan Smith, b 29 May 1954 at Vallejo, California. 



Smith-Tolman record, Emogene B. 
Roberts record. 



292 



BAGLEY 

(Lewis Ward Bagley 6 - Cyrenus 5 - Mgt. M. J. Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - lUal 2 - Samuel 1) 

LBVIS WARD BAGLEY, md Cleone Davis, b 21 September 1909, daughter of Neils WiUiam and Edna 
(Dayton) Davis. 

Children: 

Patricia Lou Bagley. b 31 October 1941, md 7 August 1963 Charles S. Sotensen. 

BAGLEY 

(Elsworth Allen Bagley 6 - Cyrenus 5 - Mgt. M. J. Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ELSWORTH ALLEN BAGLEY , md 31 January 1938 Bonnie Jean Stevens. 

Children: 

Dean Allen Bagley, b 25 August 1939. 

Roberta Jean Bagley, b 10 February 1941, md 5 June 1965 John Earl Fretig. 

Steven David Bagley, b 16 December 1946. 

Emogene Bagley Roberts record. 

BAGLEY 

(David Bagley 5 - Margaret Mary Jane Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

364. DAVID BAGLEY . b 5 March 1874 at Montpelier, Idaho, d 26 November 1928 at Lava Hot Springs, Idaho, 

son of John and Margaret Mary Jane (Allen) Bagley, md 6 March 1901 Laura (Conrad) Aldrich, b 23 

September 1872 at Lewis, Iowa, d 10 November 1957 at Orange, California, daughter of Vincent Mathew 

and Mary Jane (Conrad) Her 1st husband was Howard G. Aldrich. 

Children: 

John Conrad Bagley, b 3 December 1901 at Granger, Wyoming, d 1966, md Mary Elizabeth Hutchins. 

Elizabeth Irene Bagley, b 12 May 1903, d infant. 

Laura Loraine Bagley, b 5 April 1905, d 5 July 1935, md Kenneth H. Brown, md 2nd Elmer D. Gay. 

June Bagley, b 11 October 1907 at Montpelier, Idaho, md John David Groff. 

Birth, marriage and death certificates, 
Emogene Bagley Roberts. 

QUAYLE 

(Mary Delilah 5 - Mgt. Mary Jane Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
366. MARY DELILAH BAGLEY , b 27 July 1878 at Montpelier, Idaho, d 15 August 1946 at Soda Springs, Idaho, 

daughter of John and Margaret Mary Jane (Allen) Bagley, md 2 April 1896 James Oron Quayle, b 4 

March 1873 at Cedar Fort, Utah, d 10 February 1961 at Dingle, Idaho, son of William and Mary (Cook) 

Quayle. 

Children: (born at Dingle, Idaho) 

Doris Quayle, b 27 May 1896, md 18 June 1918 Elisha Pugmire Keetch. 
Mona Quayle, b 12 August 1897, md 23 January 1918 James Clarence Lindsay. 

Emogene Bagley record. 



293 



BAG LEY 

(Charles Allen Bagley 5 - Margaret Mary Jane Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
367. CHARLES ALLEN BAGLEY , b 1 November 1880 at Montpelier, Idaho, d in Murray. Utah, son of John 

and Margaret Mary Jane (Allen) Bagley. md 12 March 1903 Beulah Dalton, b 17 March 1881 at Spring- 

ville, Utah, d 19 December 1937 at Idaho Falls. Idaho, daughter of John Melvin and Adelaide (Chase) 

Dalton. 

Children: 

Irene Beulah Bagley, b 10 October 1903, md 1st 19 May 1933 Edward Martin, div., md 2nd 21 September 

1946 Chr. Henry Vandermeer. 
Iris Bagley. b 1 August 1906. md 27 November 1923 John M. O'Malley, div., md 2nd 21 December 1928 

Jess Conway, div., md 3rd 18 March 1935 John Moore Collette. 
Audrey Mary Bagley, b IS July 1908, d 22 August 1953, md July 1928 R. McCranie, md 2nd 2 March 
1939 Leonard L. Jordan. 

Record of Helen Palmer, Church 
records of Third Ward, Idaho Falls, 
Idaho, Cemetary records. 



MARTIN - KARR 

(Irene Beulah 6 - Charles 5 - Mgt. Mary Jane Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 
IRENE BEULAH BAGLEY, b 10 October 1903, md 1st Edward Martin. 



Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 



Children: 

Diane Irene Martin, b 23 February 1934 at Culver, California, md 1952 James Tildon Karr. 
Children : 
Douglas Karr, b 27 March 1953. 

O'MALLEY - CONWAY - COLLETTE 

(Iris Bagley 6 - Charles 5 - Margaret Mary Jane Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
IRIS BAGLEY , b 1 August 1906, daughter of Charles and Beulah (Dalton) Bagley, md 27 November 1923 
at Phoenix, Arizona John Malcolm O'Malley, md 2nd Jesse E. Conway of West Virginia, md 3rd John 
Moore Collette, b 23 January 1902 at Richfield. Utah, son of Robert Edgar and Isabell (Moore) Collette, 
md 18 March 1935. 

Children: (John Malcolm O'Malley) 

John Robert O'Malley, b 28 November 1924. 

Children: (Jesse E. Conway) 

Gay Patricia Conway, b 8 June 1931 in Califomia, md Irvin Wendell Nielson. 

Children: (John Moore Collette) 



John Michael Collette. b 12 December 1935. 
Carolyn Collette. b 13 March 1938. 
Nancy Lou Collette. b 15 June 1952. 
Baby Collette, b 13 October 1939, d infant. 
Steven Ross Collette, b 15 April 1944. 
Suzanne Iris Collette, b 16 September 1946. 
Sonja Ann Collette, b 30 December 1948. 



Iris Bagley record. Church records, 
Idaho Falls. 



294 



RA C) FY 

(Hugh George Bagley 5 - Margaret Mary Jane Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

368. HUGH GEORGE BAGLEY , b 13 July 1883 at MontpeUer, Idaho, d 21 April 1964 at Dingle, Idaho, son 
of John and Margaret Mary Jane (Allen) Bagley, md 22 September 1906 at Dingle Ruth May Tubbs, b 
22 September 1885 at Pegram, Idaho, d 8 March 1964 at Pocatello, Idaho, daughter of Alexander and 
Rulha Carline (Stewan) Tubbs. 

Children: 

Hugh Arley Bagley, b 23 July 1907, md 4 August 1928 Nada Bernice Whitcher. 

Thelma Ruth Bagley, b 2 September 1911, md 12 September 1930 Newbum Glenn. 

Owen Elsworth Bagley, b 10 July 1913, md 25 July 1933 Evelyn Teuscher. 

June Margaret Bagley, b 12 June 1915, md 13 July 1933 DeVerl Booth, md 2nd Bruce Beck, md 3rd 

Arthur Vannorman. 
Mary Bagley, b 19 October 1917, d infant. 

Geniel Bagley, b 23 November 1919, md 23 March 1936 Leslie LaMont Burbank. 
Geraldine Bagley, b 8 July 1924, md 13 July 1940 LeRoy Joseph Schrim, md 2nd 26 March 1963 Monte 

James Norton. 

Owen E. Bagley reccards. Church 
marriage records. 

BAGLEY 

(Thomas Coleman Bagley 5 - Margaret Mary Jane Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

369. THOMAS COLEMAN BAGLEY , b 5 February 1886 at MontpeUer, Idaho, d 1 October 1924, son of John 
and Margaret Mary Jane (Allen) Bagley, md 18 June 1913 at Smoot, Wyoming Sadie Elda Johnson, b 
14 October 1890 at West Jordan, Utah, daughter of Charles A. and Annie (Olsen) Johnson. She md 1st 
28 December 1908 Luther William Baldwin., 

Children: 

Thomas Leland Bagley, b 21 April 1914, d 17 September 1956, md 15 July 1942 Gwendolyn Jones. 
Elmo Woodrow Bagley (t\vfin) b 20 February 1916, md 16 September 1935 Cora Jones. 
Elmer Bagley (twin) b 20 February 1916, d infant. 

Bagley -Johnson recccds. 

BAGLEY 

(Lawrence Arrel Bagley 5 - Margaret Mary Jane Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

370. LAWRENCE ARREL EUVERNE BAGLEY , b 14 January 1887, d November 1966. son of John and Margaret 
Mary Jane (Allen) Bagley, md 2 May 1926 Lillian Priest, b 4 February 1900 at Cripple Creek, ColOTado, 
daughter of Willis H. and Frances (Sawder) Priest (or Sawyer). 

Children: (born at MontpeUer, Idaho) 

Ross Bagley, b 24 January 1932. 

Fay Arlain Bagley, b 31 October 1935. 

Bagley family record. 



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; MONDAY: 
Jioumea 




Commander Henry Allen 
Pearson, a native Utahn 
who became a national he- 
ro for his part in the battle 
of Manila Barf, who died 
yesterday in Brooklyn, N. 
Y. He is bearing the gold 
: and silver sword paid for 
by subscription of Utah 
school children and pre- 
sented at a Salt Lake 
Fourth of July celebratio)i 
in 1899. ' ' 



Death Takes 
Navy Officer 
Born In Utah 



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p;— *>iiative Utahn who waa ac- 
tblnied- by the entire nation for 
hlg heroism tn the BatUe of 
Manila Bay and who rose to 
vthe rank 6f commander' In thej 
J.U. S, N»vy' fS^dr-x)t pneximtiniz 
V yesterday at a Bavsl' hospital af 
Brooklyn. .N. ~Y. 
He was. Henry Allen Pearson, 
■ ei, a native of Jpraper and the ' 
-'.^ifet to reprcgent this state at 



Grandson of Andrew J. Allen and 
wife Delila Bennit Andrews Allen 



Mr. Peiarson, retired from 
service since the World War, ted 
a long record of valorous Service 
withthe Navy. In 1898, he serVed 
as chief, .officer of the supply' 
ship which saled with Admiral 
Dewey's fleet when it entered 
Manila harbor for . the ' deciding 
sea conflict of the Spanish- Aineri- . 
can War. . , 

The Utahn. then Lieutetient 
Pearson, with a lone companloia 
rowed out into Manila Bay one 
dark night in 1898 and cut the 
cable which isolated the Philips 
pine capital. This feat led direct- 
ly to the capture of the city. and 
to America's triiunph ih the 
■ Spanish-American War; ind 
heroes. . . . v .'. . ' > 

At conclusion of the w^, he j 
returned for<a visit to Utah and 
was honored at a Liberty Park 
program on July A, 1S99. Here 
he was presented a h^dSohie 
gold and sUver sword, paid for 
with money contributed by 'Utah 
school children. The.swo^d.waar^ 
presented by Sen. Joseph ll.ftau(i^ 
ling. - ■ ' ■ ,• .• ;'■ •- 

Two years later he waa lietittt-- 
ant commander of the Battleship ^ 
tJtah and navigator of a fliet of 
warships which sailed arotui^i 
the world to demonstrate Amerl-,, 
ca's naval strength. ■ . , 

commander Pearson ■w*-9 s ' 
bom in Draper, Dec. 24, 1869, a 
son, of Henry and Sarah MarUsha 
Allen Pearson. He received his 
education at the Unlversi^ of 
Utah and spent two years teach- 
ing before he was appointed , to • 
the Academy. ' 

His wife, formerly Delle Fay 

Ndrris, a graduate of VasBSr, died 

In 1917. Commander iPearsoi- 

lived in New York City. and., vi- 

'cinity for many Jears. . > 

, . Bt<lHheT At Bedside - ' •'; 

A. C. ■ Pearson, Brlgham Qty.V 
plant superintendent for .the 
Utah-Idaho Sugar Company, Gobi-'; 
mander Pearson's blather, left Ir^.. 
plane, Saturday In time to reacfe' ', 
the bedside Sunday morning. '.'.A , 
sister, Mrs. Edith Nelstm, 'cjiey^' 
enne. Wyo., was en rout^ pT 
-train. ■ . -' ' • ' , 

r, .Others surviving him are^>r. 
"H; E. Pearson, and Oscar Pear- 
son, brothers, .Salt L,ake, and hla^ 
stepmother, . Mrs. Marie .Turi^' 
Sandy.'- '".; 

Commahdel- Peairson wijl b!e. 
fcuried In Westchester,'^. J:, fol- 
lovHbl? f liiieral services there. 



Smuary 7*, 1^, 




Leon Park Dudley 

Leon Park Dudley. 32. SmlUrfleM. C»cl» 
county, died In a Salt Lake hoapltal 8»l- 
urtay at 5:10 a.m. M compBcaboni at 
wounds sufjeireg 
while "aeiMpg . wlta 
the armed seiMcea. 

ffe waa born Jan. 
6. 1916. m UOKSB. » 
son OJ Leon P. and 
Nora Carlson Dudley 
and had resided In 
Pocatello, IdiL. uot" 
hla marriajte to Reraa 
Mowlem April 16. 
193S. In Salt Lake 
City. He attended 
schools in Pocatello 
' .Since his marrlaEe he 
had resided In Lo« 
Angeles. Cal. Logat^ 
and for the pael rt«e 
years had lived In 
Smtthfteld. 

He . entered Jje — T, ^wju. 

^94- ^/ Sr^royemSf-^^^Smb.^ 
beine dischar«d Jan 8 Vtii. Be wu » 
member of U.e Smlthfleld POK. *""*^ 
Leelon. *nd the Logan w""' ?J ^«*r 
ana of Forelim Wars and DlwflM Xm«> 
lean Veteran* He waa a member oJ »• 
Chui^Jh of Jesut CSirUt of Latur-day galnU 
and Uie smJUlfleld Second LD8 "ard. 
Besides hU widow. "«, <» '""Sll^ ^JTn 

K,ns ana a ^""fSJ^l^J-'^JaX Ann Dirf- 
Jr Steyen Howard and Mary Aon ^1^, 
ley 111 of SmJthneld: his inmiier^ P^ 

£1 ^rmah^ffc'fnhSJnV ;m^^^ "St 

Salt Lake Cltv and Mrs. Pemecy n-env- 
"^S&a^tervlce. wlU b. cb«dact«l In 

Smithfleld. ■, 




297 



DEATH CLAIMS NOTED UTAHN, NAVAL OFFICER 
HENRY ALLEN PEARSON, SPANISH WAR HERO 

HENRY ALLEN PEARSON, 68, retired United States Naval Commander and native of Draper, Utah, died 
Sunday at 4 p.m. in a Naval Hospital in Brooklyn, N.Y. 

One of the first Utah residents to win appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland, 
he served steadily with the nation's sea forces from 1893 to 1913 and later during the World War. 

In 1898, Commander Pearson was chief officer of the supply ship sailing with Dewey when the Admiral's 
Fleet entered the harbor of Manila for what proved to be the decisive sea engagement of the Spanish- 
American War. 

The Utahn with one companion in a small boat stole out in the night and cut the cable which isolated 
the Philippine capital--a feat which led directly to the capture of the city. He returned to Utah, a National 
Hero in a statewide celebration at the Saltair Pavilion on July 4th 1899 and was given a hero's welcome. He 
was presented a gold and silver sword by Senator Joseph L. Rawlins from the school children's contributions. 



Descendants of HENRY and SARAH MARTICIA (ALLEN) PEARSON (No. 140) 

PEARSON 

(Henry Allen Pearson 5 - Sarah Marticia 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

371. HENRY ALLEN PEARSON, b 24 December 1869, son of Henry and Sarah Marticia (Allen) Pearson, United 
States Naval Commander, d 6 Marcy 1938 at Brooklyn, New York, md 2 February 1910 Delia Fay Norris. 
They had no children. 

FITZGERALD 

(Anna Delilah Pearson 5 - Sarah Marticia 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

372. ANNA DELILAH PEARSON , b 19 October 1871, daughter of Henry and Sarah Marticia (Allen) Pearson, 
d 31 January 1900, md Isaac Fitzgerald. 

Children: 

Isaac Ensign Fitzgerald, md Eileen McDonough. 

PEARSON 

(Andrew Curtis Pearson 5 - Sarah Manicia 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

373. ANDREW CURTIS PEARSON , b 6 August 1874 at Draper, Utah, d 3 September 1962, son of Henry and 
Sarah Marticia (Allen) Pearson, md 10 June 1895 Sarah Ann Smith, b 9 May 1874 at Lehi, Utah County, 
Utah, d 1 January 1950 at Logan, Utah, daughter of Jesse and Mary Ann (Price) Smith. 

Children: 

Cyril Drew Pearson, b 4 April 1897 at Lehi, Utah, d 4 January 1966. md 5 August 1921 Helen Daphne 

Smart. 
Ernest Allen Pearson, b 3 August 1898, md 9 August 1923 Leona Young, he d 24 February 1950. 
Clara Martisha Pearson, b 1 January 1902, md 11 May 1928 Myron Frank West. 
Sarah Edith Pearson, b 28 November 1904 md 10 April 1924 Peter Jackson Clarke. 
Margaret Dorothy Pearson, b 16 February 1907 at Nampa, Idaho, md 9 June 1949 Harold James Day. 
Annie Merle Pearson, b 10 September 1910 at Lehi, Utah, md 26 February 1944 Don Lynwood Riggs. 
Henry Roscoe Pearson, b 16 November 1914 at Austin, Utah, md 29 June 1939 Mary Anderson. 
Daughter Pearson, b 12 June 1918 at Idaho Falls, Idaho, stillborn. 

Record of Clara West. 



298 



names Oscar Pearson 5 - Sarah Marticia4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
374. TAMES OSCAR PEARSON, b 11 June 1876 at Draper, Utah, d 7 August 1952. son of Henry and Sarah 
Marticia (Allen) Pearson, md 29 June 1904 Drusllla Gardner. 

Children: 

Leland O. Pearson, md Erma Nash. 
Sterling Pearson. 
Drucilla Pearson, deceased. 
Maxine Pearson, md Lloyd Bunce. 
Phyllis Pearson, md Ralph Pierce. 
Dale Pearson. 



PEARSON 

(Thomas Virgil Pearson 5 - Sarah Marticia 4 

378. THOMAS VIRGIL PEARSON, md Elsie Diltz. 



Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 



Children: 

Verlin Pearson, md Frank Tiego. 
Bernice Pearson, md Flake Willis. 
Paul Pearson. 



PEARSON 

(Herschel Elmer Pearson 5 - Sarah Marticia 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 

379. HERSCHEL ELMER PEARSON, md Jennie Christensen. 



Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 



Children: 



Son, d young. 

Lois Pearson, md Robert Bouford. 

Joyce Pearson, md George Elwood. 



Record of Edith P. Nelson, record of 
Andrew C. Pearson, record of Herschel 
E. Pearson. 



Descendants of BRIGHAM SIMEON and DELILAH EMELINE (ALLEN) DUDLEY (No. 141) 

MERRILL 

(Oretta Allen Dudley 5 - Delilah Emeline 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
380. ORETTA ALLEN DUDLEY , b 11 July 1871 at Willard, Box Elder County, Utah, d 11 December 1944 at 

Logan, Utah, daughter of Brigham Simeon and Delilah Emeline (Allen) Dudley, md 30 June 1897 Heber 

Kimball Merrill, b 23 September 1869 at Logan, Utah, d 4 February 1941 at Logan. Utah, son of 

Marriner Wood and Almira J, (Bainbridge) Menill, 

Children: 



Oretta Dudley Merrill, b 4 April 1898 at Logan, Utah, md 18 August 1921 Carl Hyrum Carlson. 
Loila Dudley Merrill, b 6 September 1899. md 30 June 1932 Adolph LaDru Jensen. 
Leah Dudley Merrill, b 23 March 1906, md Harry Argue. 
Jeanne Dudley Merrill, b 22 June 1909, md Jack Izatt. 
Heber Kimball Merrill, b 23 May 1912. md Edith Ann Layton. 

Children: 

Kent Merrill. 
Darry Rae Merrill, b January 1932 (adopted), md 13 October 1951 Wm. Chamberlain. 



299: 

CARLSON 

(Oretta Dudley Merrill 6 - Oretta 5 - Delilah 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ORETTA DUDLEY MERRILL , b 4 April 1898 at Logan. Utah, daughter of Heber Kimball and Oretta Allen 

(Dudley) Merrill, md 18 August 1921 Carl Hyrum Carlson, b 11 May 1892 at Logan, Utah, son of John 

August and Anna (Lundstrum) Carlson. 

Children: 

Evelyn Merrill Carlson, b 27 August 1922, md Robert Keat. 

Richard Merrill Carlson, b 4 February 1925, md Denice Johnson. 

David Merrill Carlson, b 24 November 1928, d 1944. 

Joanne Carlson, md Clyde Baugh. 

Record of Oretta Allen Dudley Merrill, 
1930, record of Mrs. LaDru Jensen. 

JENSEN 

(Loila Dudley Merrill 6 - Oretta A. Dudley 5 - Delilah E, 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

LOILA DUDLEY MERRILL , b 6 September 1899. daughter of Heber Kimball and Oretta Allen (Dudley) 

Merrill, md 30 June 1922 Adolph LaDru Jensen, b 14 April 1896, son of Adolph LaDru Jensen and 

Elizabeth (James) Jensen. Dr. A. LaDru Jensen was a professor of Law at the University of Utah from 

1926 until his retirement June 30, 1964 and is at present Emeritus Professor of Law, University of 

Utah (1966). 

Children: 

Ora Loila Jensen, b 26 March 1924. md 9 August 1946 Jerry Whitney. 

Julia Merle Jensen, b 6 July 1930. md 6 June 1953 Dr. Robert Hugh Vanderpool. 

J aneth Jensen, b 11 January 1932, md 12 September 1951 Dr. Brutis Robbins Evans. 

Record of Mrs. A. LaDru Jensen, Logan 
Church records, Logan Cemetery records. 

IZATT 

(Jeanne Dudley Merrill 6 - Oretta A. Dudley 5 - Delilah E. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

JEANNE DUDLEY MERRILL , b 22 June 1909. daughter of Heber Kimball and Oretta Allen (Dudley) 
Merrill, md Jack Izatt. 

Children: 

Barbara Jeanne Izatt. 
John Izatt. 

CHAMBERLEN 

(Darry Rae Merrill 6 - Oretta A. Dudley 5 - Delilah E. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

PARRY RAE MERRILL, b January 1932. adopted daughter of Heber K. and Oretta (Dudley) Merrill, md 
13 October 1951 William Chamberlen. 

Children: 

Malinda Ann Chamberlen. 

Dana Lynn Chamberlen. 

Stacey Leigh Chamberlen. 

Record as of 1966. 



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KELLER 

(Delilah Frances Dudley 5 - Delilah Emeline Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
382. DELILAH FRANCES DUDLEY , b 7 September 1874 at Willard, Box Elder County, Utah, d 8 October 

1952, daughter of Brigham Simeon and Delilah Emeline (Allen) Dudley, md 23 October 1895 Torval 

Keller, b 26 October 1868 at Mantua, Box Elder County, Utah, d 28 April 1939 at Minsink, Idaho, son 

of James Morgan and Anna Christina (Larsen) Keller. 

Children: (all born at Minkcreek, Idaho) 

Cladius Dudley Keller, b 25 July 1896, md 30 November 1929 Elma Buckwalter Watson. 

Adria Dudley Keller, b 29 December 1898, md 10 November 1921 Isaac Leon Forsgren. 

Allen Dudley Keller, b 10 April 1901, md 4 August 1929 Margaret Eliza Seeley. 

Orpha Dudley Keller, b 9 May 1905, md 23 April 1923 Glen Hammond Campbell. 

Duane Dudley Keller, b 1 October 1907, md 26 December 1931 Theodora Walella Fogliani. 

Delilah Dudley Keller, b 10 November 1910. 

Park Dudley Keller (twin), b 10 March 1912, md 14 December 1940 Judith Mildred Hunter. 

Paul Dudley Keller (twin), b 10 March 1912, md 24 December 1939 Maurine Flint. 

Records of Dr. Paul D. Keller, Church 
records, marriage records, Dudley- 
Keller family records. 

KELLER 

(Claudius Dudley Keller 6 - Delilah F. Dudley 5 - Delilah Emeline Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - 

Samuel 1 ) 
CLAUDIUS DUDLEY KELLER , b 25 July 1896 at Minkcreek. Idaho, son of Torval and Delilah F. (Dudley) 
Keller, md 20 November 1929 Elma Buckwalter Watson, b 9 November 1900 at Salt Lake City, Utah, 
daughter ofVilliam Alexander and Elizabeth Hippie (Buckwalter) Watson. 

Children: (born at Minkcreek, Idaho) 

Claude Dudley Keller, b 20 August 1931. 

Frances Lee Keller, b 13 August 1933, md 9 January 1954 Richard J. Blakeslee. 

Marcia Keller, b 22 March 1938, md 10 March 1961 Gerald W. Matheson. 

FORSGREN 

(Adria Dudley 6 - Delilah Frances 5 - Delilah E. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ADRLA DLIDLEY KELLER , b 29 December 1898 at Minkcreek, Idaho, d 15 June 1962 at Riverdale, Idaho, 

daughter of Torval and Delilah Frances (Dudley) Keller, md 10 November 1921 Isaac Leon Forsgren, b 

13 June 1896 at Riverdale, Idaho, son of Eli Knute and Mary Frances (Smith) Forsgren. 

Children: 

Donna Forsgren, b 13 August 1922. 

Francis Leon Forsgren, b 15 December 1923, d 13 February 1924. 

Carma Forsgren, b 27 August 1925, md 28 May 1947 Elmer Farrin Sharp. 

Coy Forsgren, b 27 July 1929, md 14 March 1955 Merlin Larsen Jr. 

Ralph Keller Forsgren, b 1 December 1931, md 14 March 1955 LaDon Hausley. 

Ruth Forsgren, b 1 June 1934, md 10 August 1954 DeLynne Nielson. 

Dr. Paul Keller record. 

KELLER 

(Allen Dudley 6 - Delilah Frances 5 - Delilah E. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ALLEN DUDLEY KELLER , md 4 August 1926 Margaret EMzabeth Seeley, d 1929. 

Children: 

Allen Seeley Keller, b 24 January 1929 at New Haven, Connecticut. 



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CAMPBELL 

(Orpha Dudley 6 - Delilah Frances 5 - Delilah Emeline Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ORPHA DUDLEY KELLER , b 9 May 1904 at Minkcreek, Idaho, daughter of Torval and Delilah 
Frances (Dudley) Keller, md 26 April 1923 at Brigham City, Utah Glenn Hammond Campbell, 
b 14 June 1905 at Providence, Utah, d 3 March 1963 at Hobba, New Mexico, son of Joseph and 
Ella Freelove (Hammond) Campbell. 

Children: 

Shirley June Campbell, b 24 June 1924, md 13 August 1946 Edward M. Thackston. 
Richard Glenn Campbell, b 6 July 1927 in Wyoming, md 20 October 1951 Marlene Barbara Marshall. 
Geraldine Kay Campbell, b 18 March 1937 in Idaho, md 19 December 1955 Lavar Russel Short. 
Marianne Campbell, b 27 February 1940, md 28 March 1962 Gerald Farnsworth. 

Record of Dr. Paul Keller. 



KELLER 



puane Dudley 6 - Delilah F. 5 - Delilah Emeline 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
DUANE DUDLEY KELLER , b 1 October 1906 at Minkcreek, Idaho, son of Torval and Delilah Frances 
(Dudley) Keller, md 26 December 1921 Teodora Walella Fogliani, b 9 October 1911 at Pioche, 
Nevada, daughter of Lewis and Teodora (Fogliani) Fogliani. 

Children: (born at Las Vegas, Nevada) 

Lysle Susanne Keller, b 3 November 1937. 
Corinne Dee Keller, b 6 June 1944. 
Katherine Linn Keller, b 27 March 1950. 

Record of Dr. Paul Keller. 



KELLER 



(Park Dudley 6 - Delilah F. 5 - Delilah E. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
PARK DUDLEY KELLER , b 10 March 1912 (twin), son of Torval and Delilah Frances (Dudley) Keller, 
md 14 December 1940 in New York City Judith Pulnick alias Hunter, b 12 April 1914, daughter of 
Andrew and Catherine (Twardis) Pulnik. 

Children: 

Park Rembrandt Keller, b 18 May 1942, md Grace Martin. 
Sandra Marguerite Keller, b 3 October 1944. 
Judy Diana Keller, b 21 February 1947. 



KELLER 



(Paul Dudley 6 - Delilah F. 5 - Delilah E. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
DR. PAUL DUDLEY KELLER , b 16 March 1912, son of Torval and Delilah F. (Dudley) Keller, md 
24 December 1939 at Brooklyn, New York, Maurine Flint, b 27 May 1909 at Kaysville, Utah, 
daughter of George Brough and Margaret Hooper (Blood) Flint. 

Children: 



Paul Dudley Keller U. b 22 February 1941, md 16 March 1964 Pamela Ann Farrell. 
David Flint Keller, b 9 April 1943 at Evanston, Indiana, md Kathleen Donaldson. 
Steven Allen Keller, b 9 April 1947 at St. Louis, Missouri. 
Virginia Lee Keller, b 24 April 1951 at Sahlensburg, Germany. 
Tamaea Ann Keller, b 31 May 1952 at Cuxhaven, Germany. 

Dr. Paul Keller record. 



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LENKERSDORFER 

(Mary Eliza Dudley 5 - Delilah E. Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
384. MARY ELIZA DUDLEY (MAME), b 2 November 1878 at Clifton, Idaho, d 23 October 1963 at Metaline 

Falls, Washington, daughter of Brigham S. and Delilah Emeline (Allen) Dudley, md 21 September 1904 

John Miller Lenkersdorfer, b 17 September 1867 at Drakesville, Iowa, d 3 March 1928 at Logan, Utah, 

son of John and Orpha (Miller) Lenkersdorfer. 

Children: 

Howard Dudley Lenkersdorfer, b 22 July 1905, d 5 February 1959, md 2 July 1927 Rhoda Merrill. 

Pernecy Delilah Lenkersdorfer, b 24 January 1907, md 30 January 1931 Hilton A. Melville. 

Leah Orpha Lenkersdorfer, b 3 February 1908, d 9 April 1960, unmd. 

Clara Dudley Lenkersdorfer, b 11 December 1909, md 6 June 1935 Vernan Morgan Budge. 

Anna Beryl Lenkersdorfer, b 1 October 1911, md 6 August 1938 Kenneth A. Talmadge. 

Sophia Jean Lenkersdorfer, b 8 October 1914, d 12 October 1963, md 1 June 1938 Lorenzo Blaine Liljenquist. 

Rhoda Ailene Lenkersdorfer, b 7 July 1916, md 5 May 1935 Donald R. Hobbs. 

Mary Lenore Lenkersdorfer, b 9 March 1918, md 8 November 1941 Talmadge D. Cooper Jr. 

John Dudley Lenkersdorfer, b 18 April 1921, md 24 October 1942 Ruth Evelyn Lamb. 

John D. Lenkersdorfer record, Logan, 
Utah, Family records, Church records. 

LENKERSDORFER 

(Howard Dudley 6 - Mary Eliza Dudley 5 - Delilah Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

HOWARD DUDLEY LENKERSDORFER, md Rhoda Lucile Merrill 2 July 1927. 
Children: 

Howard Douglas Lenkersdorfer, b 20 September 1934, md 5 June 1954 Lurlene Skinner. 
Ann Merrill Lenkersdorfer, b 8 December 1937, md 5 December 1956 Errol LeRoy Jacobsen. 

MELVILLE 

(Pernecy Delilah Lenkersdorfer 6 - Mary Eliza Dudley 5 - Delilah Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Sam'l 1) 

PERNECY DELILAH LENKERSDORFER , md 30 January 1931 Milton A. Melville. 

Children: 

Joyce Melville, b 1 August 1932 at Logan, Utah. 

Andrew Melville, b July 1934 at Logan, Utah. 

Jane Nancy Melville, b 29 January 1943 at Logan, Utah. 

Thomas George Melville, b 5 August at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

BUDGE 

(Clara Dudley Lenkersdorfer 6 - Mary E. 5 - Delilah Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
CLARA DUDLEY LENKERSDORFER . md 6 June 1935 Vernon Morgan Budge (Colonel U.S. Army) 

Children: 

Larry Donald Budge, b 24 July 1939 at Logan, Utah. 

TALMADGE 

(Anna Beryl Lenkersdorfer 6 - Mary Eliza 5 - Delilah Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ANNA BERYL LENKERSDORFER , md 6 August 1938 Kenneth Andrew Talmadge. 

Children: 

Kathren Talmadge, b 3 December 1940 at Pocatello, Idaho. 
Donald Lee Tahnadge, b 23 March 1947 at Pocatello, Idaho. 



304 



LIUENQUIST ^ ,„ ^ , , 

(Sophia Jean Unkersdorfer 6 - Mary EHza Dudley 5 - Delilah Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 

SOPHIA JEAN LENKERSDORFER . md 1 June 1938 Lorenzo Blaine Liljenquist. 
Children: 

John Eric Liljenquist, b 8 May 1940, md 26 December 1964 Colleen Redford. 
Blaine Lee Liljenquist, b 27 July 1943. 
David Floyd Liljenquist, b 15 July 1950. 
Thomas Richard Liljenquist, b 5 January 1952. 
Mark Douglas Liljenquist, b 14 February 1954. 



■ Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



HOBBS 



(Rhoda Ailine Lenkersdorfer 6 - Mary Eliza Dudley 5 - Delilah Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
RHODA AIUNE LENKERSDORFER, md 5 May 1935 Donald Raymond Hobbs. 



Children: 

Mary Jean Hobbs, b December 1935, md 10 September 1955 William (Wilber) Walters. 

Patricia Carrol Hobbs, b 7 December 1941. 

Dale Raymond Hobbs, b 1 April 1956. 

Above records by John Dudley 
Lenkersdorfer, Logan, Utali. 



COOPER 

(Mary Lenore Lenkersdorfer 6 - Mary Eliza Dudley 5 - Delilah Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 
MARY LENORE LENKERSDORFER , md 8 November 1941 Talmadge DeWin Cooper Jr. 



Samuel 1) 



Children: 

Talmadge DeWitt Cooper HI, b 8 February 1943 at Bakersfield, California. 
Mary Ann Cooper, b 11 February 1946. 
Rebecca Cooper, b 20 October 1952. 

LENKERSDORFER 

(John Dudley Lenkersdorfer 6 - Mary Eliza 5 - Delilah Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 
JOHN DUDLEY LENKERSDORFER. md 24 October 1952 Ruth Evelyn Lamb. 



Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 



Children: (born at Logan, Utah) 



Mary Isobel Lenkersdorfer, b 1 October 1953 at Logan, Utah. 

John David Lenkersdorfer, b 11 October 1954 

Nancy Ruth Lenkersdorfer, b 13 August 1956. 

Anna Louise Lenkersdorfer, b 11 June 1958. 

Alan Lee Lenkersdorfer, b 26 March 1960. 

Jay Douglas Lenkersdorfer, b 8 May 1961. 

Susan Lenkersdorfer, b 15 July 1963. 



Records of Lenkersdorfer family, 
Logan, Utah, Lorlene Lenkersdorfer, 
Richland, Washington. 



305 

GREAVES 

(Pernecy Jane Dudley 5 - Delilah Emeline Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

385. PERNECY JANE DUDLEY , b 16 April 1882 at Clifton, Idaho, d 9 May 1918, daughter of Brigham and 
Delilah Emeline (Allen) Dudley, md 10 June 1907 Joseph Hams Greaves, b 2 November 1880 at Logan, 
Utah, son of Joseph C. and Catherine Mary (Eames) Greaves. Joseph md 2nd Ethelyn Oliver. 

Children: 

Joseph Dudley Greaves, b 18 May 1908 at Urban, Illinois, md Fern Harrington. 

Florence Dudley Greaves, b 2 July 1909 at Logan, Utah, md Antone Elmer. 

Pernecy Dudley Greaves, b 26 January 1913 at Logan, Utah, md Edwin Anderson. 

Vera Dudley Greaves, b 29 November 1914 at Logan, Utah, md Emil Mrak. 

Mary Oretta Dudley Greaves, b 20 May 1917 at Logan, Utah, md 12 December 1935 Thomas Rex Lowe. 

Joseph E. Greaves family record, 
Mary D. Lenkersdorfer record. 

TURPIN 

(Sarah Mabel Dudley 5 - Delilah Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

386. SARAH MABEL DUDLEY , b 7 April 1886, d 20 August 1949, daughter of Brigham S. and Delilah E. 
(Allen) Dudley, md in September 1908 George Melvin Turpin, b 22 May 1882, son of George and 
Ellen Turpin. 

Children: 

Vera Mabel Turpin, b 16 June 1909, md W. M. Ashworth. 
Dorothy Ellen Turpin, b 4 July 1913, md Eugene H. Hallett. 
Mary Josephine Turpin, b 14 July 1915, md Weston Stout. 

Oretta D. Merrill record. 

COOK 

(Florence Irene Dudley 5 - Delilah E. Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

387. FLORENCE IRENE DUDLEY , b 23 October 1888 at Clifton, Idaho, d 2 November 1950 at Vernal, Utah, 
daughter of Brigham S. and Delilah Emeline (Allen) Dudley, md Lashbrook Laker Cook, b 5 September 
1886 at Garden City, Utah, d 30 November 1958 at Logan, Utah, son of Alonzo H. and Sarah Edith 
(Laker) Cook. Lashbrook md 2nd after the death of Florence^ Harriet Page Wheeler Young. 

Children: 

Mabel Sarah Cook, b 26 June 1913, md 13 October 1936 Donald Smith Rex. 

Lila Aoteroa Cook, b 12 April 1916, md 18 December 1940 Leslie Geo. Darrington. 

Rex Dudley Cook, b 11 February 1920, md 22 January 1943 Eleanor Rasmussen. 

Lashbrook Dudley Cook, b 27 January 1923, d 3 April 1945. 

Alton Dudley Cook, b 18 May 1926, md 6 May 1948 Donna Anne Thornock. 

Dudley -Cook records. 



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DUDLEY 

(Leon Park Dudley 5 - Delilah E. Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

390. LEON PARK DUDLEY , b 6 June 1891 at Clifton, Oneida County, Idaho, d 13 August 1932 at Pocatello, 

Idaho, son of Brigham Simeon and Delilah Emaline (Allen) Dudley, md 26 May 1913 Barbara Alica Nora 

Carlson, b 21 May 1892 at Logan. Utah. 

Children: 

Nora Brinella Dudley, b 6 December 1913 at Logan, Utah. 

Leon Park Dudley Jr. , b 6 January 1916, d 8 January 1947, md 15 April 1937 Rema Mawlin Howard. 

Delilah Emeline Dudley, b 10 September 1919, md 19 May 1940 Theodore Scott Mcllkenny. 

PemecyDudley, b 10 October 1920, md Robert Kent (deceased). 

Ora Jean Dudley, b 8 October 1923, md Robert Elmer Harper. 

Bessie Ray Dudley, b 21 August 1925 at Pocatello, Idaho, md Leo Scott Britt, md 2nd Harris. 

John Oilman Dudley, b 16 March 1928, md Donna Marie Simmons. 

Oretta D. Merrill record, Logan, 
Utah, Church records, Logan, Utah, 
Leon P. Dudley children records. 

DUDLEY 

(Leon P. 6 - Leon P. 5 - Delilah Emeline AUen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

LEON PARK DUDLEY , b 6 January 1916, d 8 January 1947, son of Leon Park and Barbara A. N. (Carlson) 

Dudley, md Rema Mawlin (Howard) Dudley, b 3 December 1917. 

Children: 

Leon Dudley H, b 16 March 1939. 

Mary Ann Dudley, b 15 September 1941, md Mark Vernon Preece. 

Steven Howard Dudley, b 23 March 1944. 

Rema (Howard) Dudley md 2nd Mr. 

Sorensen, Springfield, Utah. 



MCILKENNY 

(Delilah Emeline Dudley 6 - Leon Park 5 - Delilah E. Allen 4 
DELILAH EMELINE DUDLEY , md Theodore Scon Mcllkenny. 

Children: 



Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



Janet Delilah Mcllkenny, b 26 February 1941 at Pocatello, Idaho. 

Joan Mcllkenny, b 25 March 1943 at Salt Lake City, Utah, md David Lyn Nelson. 

Jean Marie Mcllkenny, b 5 November 1944 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Theodore Scott Mcllkenny Jr. , b 10 November 1947 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Dennis Dudley Mcllkenny, b 15 February 1959 at Hammond, Indiana. 

Record of Delilah E. Mcllkenny, 
Hampton, Virginia. 



NELSON 

(Joan Dudley 7 - Delilah E. 6 - Leon P. 5 - Delilah E. Allen 4 
JOAN DUDLEY , md David Lyn Nelson. 

Children: 



Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



David Lyn Nelson n, b 25 September 1965 at Indianapolis, Indiana. 



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KENT 



(Pernecy Dudley 6 - Leon Park 5 - Delilah Emeline Allen 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 
PERNECY DUDLEY , b 10 October 1920, md Robert Kent (deceased). 

Children: 

Marcia Kent, b 12 August 1946. 
Betty Jean Kent, b 15 March 1949. 



Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



HARPER 

(Ora Jean Dudley 6 - Leon Park 5 - Delilah E. Allen 4 
ORA JEAN DUDLEY , md Robert Elmer Harper. 

Children: 

Patsy Jean Harper, b 31 March 1945. 
Barbara Lee Harper, b 23 August 1951. 
Gail Aileen Harper, b 2 July 1957. 
Robert Elmer Harper Jr. , b 3 January 1963. 



Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



BRITT - HARRIS 

(Bessie Ray Dudley 6 - Leon Park 5 - Delilah Emeline Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
BESSIE RAY DUDLEY , md 1st Leo Scott Britt, div. , md 2nd Harris. 

Children: (Leo S. Britt) 

Lee Scott Britt Jr. , b 31 March 1953. 

Children: (Harris) 

Clyde Melvin Harris. 



DUDLEY 

(John Oilman Dudley 6 - Leon Park 5 - Delilah E. Allen 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

JOHN OILMAN DUDLEY , b 16 March 1928, md Donna Marie Simmons. 0ohn Oilman now deceased (1966) 

Children: 



Russell Lee Dudley, b 13 March 1954. 
David Jay Dudley, b 25 July 1956. 
De Ann Marie Dudley, b 26 December 1958. 
Robert John Dudley, b 24 March 1961. 
Jane Carol Dudley, b 16 May 1962. 



The above record gathered by Rex 
Dudley Cook, Hyrum, Utah. 



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Descendants of JACKSON RIAL and CAROLINE MATILDA (DAY) ALLEN (No. 145) 

SMITH 

(Leona C. 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
399. LEONA CAROLINE ALLEN, b 2 August 1891 at Draper, Utah, daughter of Jackson R. and Caroline 

Matilda pay) Allen, md 22 June 1920 Parley Pratt Smith, b 10 July at Draper, Utah, d 10 March 1965, 

son of Absalom W. and Louisa (Osborne) Smith. 

Children: (born at Draper, Utah) 

Helen Smith, b 31 March 1921, md 21 November 1940 Robert Roy Searcy, div 1962. 

Marion Smith, b 10 May 1922, md 5 November 1941 Dan Duane Damjanovich. 

Clair Smith, b 4 March 1924, md 6 June 1946 LeRoy (Wm. ) Cordner. 

D'on Smith, b 14 February 1926, md 21 February 1945 Darwin Bagley. 

Allen Parley Smith, b 12 November 1927, md 2 August 1948 Romania R. Atkinson. 

Willis Allen Smith, b 19 December 1931, md 2 June 1951 Lois Riggs. 

Paul Gene Smith, b 20 August 1933, md 12 October 1953 Shirley Jean Parry. 

Caroline Louise Smith, b 20 July 1935, md 15 June 1953 George Edward Showell. 

LaRae Smith, b 8 December 1937, md 20 March 1959 Clifford Jacob Hales. 

Record of Smith family, page 78, 
record of Jane A. Gordon, Draper 
ward records. 

SEARCY 

(Helen Smith 6 - Leona Allen 5 -JacksonR. 4- Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
HELEN SMITH , b 31 March 1921, md Robert Roy Searcy 21 November 1940. 

Children: 

Helen Kay Searcy, b 19 June 1941. md 13 April 1962 Glade Peterson, 
Don Roy Searcy, b 21 May 1943, md 28 August 1962 Sandra Anderson. 
Ted Lynn Searcy, b 9 May 1949. 
Ricki Gene Searcy, b 21 May 1953. 

DAMJANOVICH 

(Marion Smith 6 - Leona Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

MARION SMITH , b 19 May 1922, md 5 November 1941 Dan Duane Damjanovich. 
Children: 

Son, b 25 September 1943, d infant. 
Duane Lee Damjanovich, b 7 July 1945. 
Dennis Lynn Damjanovich, b 1 February 1948. 
Linda Damjanovich. b 1 February 1955. 

CORDNER , „ „ 

(Clair Smith 6 - Leona Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

CLAIR SMITH , b 4 March 1924, md LeRoy Wm. Cordner 6 June 1946. 
Children: 

Dale Gene Cordner, b 3 March 1951. 
Sharlene Cordner, b 6 September 1953 (twin). 
Marlene Cordner, b 6 September 1953 (twin). 



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^^^^ (D'on Smith 6 - Leona Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
D'ON SMITH , b 14 February 1926. md Darwin Mortimer Bagley 21 February 1945. 

Children: (adopted) 

Merridy Bagley, b 18 May 1954. 

Jeff Darwin Bagley, b 13 January 1961. 

(Allen Parley Smith 6 - Leona Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ALLEN PARLEY SMITH, b 12 November 1927. md 2 August Jessie Romona Atkinson. 

Children: 

Allen Kent Smith, b 23 July 1950. 
Douglas Allen Smith , b 17 February 1952. 
Annette Smith, b 15 May 1955. 
Teresa Smith, b 7 September 1959. 
Renae Smith, b 12 July 1960. 
Susanne Smith, b 4 October 1965. 

SMITH 

(Willis A. Smith 6 - Leona Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

WILLIS ALLEN SMITH, b 19 December 1931, md 2 June 1950 Lois Riggs. 
Children: 

Ellen Renae Smith, b 5 April 1951. 
Michaelle Denise Smith, b 6 April 1953. 
Bruce Allen Smith, b 5 March 1961. 

SMITH 

(Paul Gene Smith 6 - Leona Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

PAUL GENE SMITH, b 20 August 1933, md 12 October 1953 Shirley Jean Perry. 

Children: 

Daughter Smith, b 22 February 1957, d infant. 
Kelly Lynn Smith, b 7 April 1959. 
Michael Paul Smith, b 5 February 1964. 

SHOW ELL 

(Caroline Louise Smith 6 - Leona Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
CAROLINE LOUISE SMITH , b 20 July 1935, md 15 June 1953 George Edward Showell. 

Children: 

Steven Edward Showell, b 12 September 1955. 
Kim DaNette Showell, b 4 March 1960. 



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HALES 

(LaRae Smith 6 - Leona Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
LARAE SMITH , b 8 December 1937, md Clifford Jacob Hales 20 March 1959. 

Children: 



Warren Clifford Hales, b 10 November 1960. 
Connie Rae Hales, b 9 June 1962. 
Carla Hales, b 17 August 1963, 



MICKELSON 

(Ruth Louisa Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
400. RUTH LOUISA ALLEN , b 6 November 1892 at Draper, Utah, d21 April 1967 in Virginia, daughter of 

Jackson R. and Caroline Matilda (Day) Allen, md 23 July 1917 Antone Relius Mickelson, b 14 October 

1881, son of Niels and Bertha Sophia (Rasmussen) Mickelson. 

Children: 

Infant Mickelson, b 12 May 1920. 

Allen Relius Mickelson, b 1 March 1930, md September 1952 Anna Attaburn. They have tfiree adopted 



FITZGERALD 

(Eva Harriet Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
402. EVA HARRIET ALLEN , b 12 April 1897, daughter of Jackson R. and Caroline Matilda (Day) Allen, md 
5 June 1920 Leland Wadsworth Fitzgerald, b 12 November 1899 at Woodland, Utah. 

ChQdren: 

Dean Fitzgerald, b 3 March 1921 at Idaho Falls, Idaho, md 2 October 1939 Jean Wheadon. 

Doris Fitzgerald, b 28 January 1923, md 30 January 1942 Matthew L. Howard. 

Leland Allen Fitzgerald, b 19 September 1924, md 1 February 1948 Helen Stevens. 

Boyd Allen Fitzgerald, b 26 March 1926, md 28 December 1944 Georgia Poulson. 

Jackson Richard Fitzgerald, b4 September 1927. md 3 October 1949 Alta Oakleberry. 

Riley B. Fitzgerald, b 25January 1929, md 9 August 1956 Emma Ennis. 

Marcia Fitzgerald, b 25 February 1932, md June 1953 Gary Peterson. 

Marva Fitzgerald, b 25 February 1932 (twin), md June 1953 Cordell Brown. 

James Butters Fitzgerald, b 9 August 1936, son of Eva H. and Leland W. Fitzgerald, md Karen Nielson. 

Patricia Fitzgerald, b 1 April 1938, md 19 August 1957 Benjamin C. Cutler. 

Warren Fitzgerald, b 7 August 1939, md 7 August 1957 Jean Smith. 

Record of Jane Allen Gordon. 

FITZGERALD 

(Leland Allen Fitzgerald 6 - Eva H. Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
LELAND ALLEN FITZGERALD , b 19 September 1924, md 1 February 1948 Helen Stevens, b 18 July 1927 
daughter of David W. and Ila (Callister) Stevens. 

Children: 

Rochelle Fitzgerald, b 31 January 1953 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Scott Leland Fitzgerald, b 21 April 1957. 
Brett R, Fitzgerald, b 23 April 1959. 
Jacalyn Fitzgerald, b 7 June 1962. 



312 

FTTZ.(~FRALD 

(Boyd Allen Fitzgerald 6 - Eva H. Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

BOYD ALLEN FITZGERALD , b 26 March 1926. md 28 December 1944 Georgia Poulsoa b 6 April 1926, 

daughter of George H. and Alta F. Parker. 

Children: 

Boyd Evans Fitzgerald, bl2 April 1947. 
Susanne Fitzgerald, b 25 December 1949. 
Allen Brent Fitzgerald, b 31 May 1957. 
Jeri Fitzgerald, b 8 April 1959. 

FITZGERALD 

(Jackson Richard Fitzgerald 6 - Eva H. Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

JACKSON RICHARD FITZGERALD , b 4 September 1927, md 3 October 1949 Alta Oakleberry, b 7 June 

1931, daughter of John Roy and Velma (Rowe) Oakelberry. 

Children: 

Debra Fitzgerald, b 12 August 1950. 
Karrie Fitzgerald, b 18 October 1952. 
Janalee Fitzgerald, b 22 July 1958. 
Jackson Robert Fitzgerald, b 2 June 1960. 
Kelly Fitzgerald, b 30 January 1965. 

FITZGERALD 

(Riley R. Fitzgerald 6 - Eva H. Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

RILEY R. FITZGERALD , b 25 January 1929, md 10 August 1954 Erma Ennis , b 2 February 1938, 

daughter of Alva Jenj. and Helga (Peterson) Ennis . 

Children: 

Stacy Fitzgerald, b 7 July 1958. 

Riley Roger Fitzgerald, b 14 August 1960. 

Larry Wayne Fitzgerald, b 6 November 1963. 

HILTON 

(Marcia Fitzgerald 6 - Eva H. Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

MARCLA FITZGERALD , b 25 February 1932, md Gary Peterson, divorced, md 2nd Niel Hilton. 

Children; 

Neil Ralph Hilton, b March 1961, 

BROWN 

(Marva Fitzgerald 6 - Eva H. Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
MARVA FITZGERALD , b 25 February 1932, md Cordell Brown. 

Children: 

Michael Brown, b Match 1956 in Virginia. 



313 

FITZGERALD 

(JamesButteiB Fitzgerald 6 - Eva H. Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
JAMES BUTTERS FITZGERALD , b 9 August 1936, son of Eva H. and Leland W. Fitzgerald, md Karen 
Nielson, b 3 March 1938. 

Children: 

Kristin Fitzgerald, b 14 October 1958. 
March Lynn Fitzgerald, b 15 February 1960. 
Shanna Fitzgerald, b 24 July 1962. 

CUTLER 

(Particia Fitzgerald 6 - Eva H. Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

PATRICIA FITZGERALD , b 1 April 1938, md 19 August 1957 Benjamin Cecil Cutler. 

Children: 

Collette Cutler, b 10 July 1959. 
Curtis Benjamin Cutler, b 16 August 1960. 
Charlotte Cutler, b 27 August 1963. 
Cynthia Cutler, b 20 September 1965. 

FITZGERALD 

(Warren Lee Fitzgerald 6 - Eva H. Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

WARREN LEE FITZGERALD , b 17 July 1939, md 7 August 1958 Jean Smith, b 25 May 1940. 

Children: 

Jill Fitzgerald, b 19 March 1959. 
Hal Warren Fitzgerald, b 1 October 1960. 
Jeffery Del Fitzgerald, b 3 March 1964. 
Annie Fitzgerald, b 29 September 1965. 

ALLEN 

(James Henry Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

403. JAMES HENRY ALLEN , b 2 March 1899 at Draper, Utah, son of Jackson Rial and Caroline Matilda (Day) 

Allen, md 7 February 1924 Juliet Smith, b 20 January 1900 at Cedar Valley, Utah, daughter of Thomas 

Henry and Anna (Otterson) Smith, she d 20 March 1964. 

Children: 

745. Nelda Allen, b 7 August 1925, md 19 April 1946 William S. Steadman. 

746. Dorothy Allen, b 8 February 1927, md 14 March 1947 Robert Eugene Millerberg. 
Reid Allen, b 26 March 1928, d 22 December 1928. 

747. Arthur Allen, b 4 July 1930, md 15 March 1948 Launa Hilton. 

STEADMAN 

(Nelda Allen 6 - James 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

745. NELDA ALLENE ALLEN, b 7 August 1925, daughter of James H. and Juliet (Smith) Allen, md William 

Stanley Steadman, b 26 February 1922. 

Children: 

William Allen Steadman, b 14 September 1947 at Murray, Utah. 
James Randall Steadman, b 23 November 1949. 
Kyle Troy Steadman, b 16 December 1963. 
Kary Lynn Steadman, b 20 January 1964. 



314 

MILLERBERG 

(Dorotliy Allen 6 - James 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

746. DOROTHY ALLEN , b 8 February 1927, md 14 March 1947 Robert Eugene Milletberg, 

Children: 

Reid Eugene Millerberg, b 18 November 1948. 
Monte Lenard Millerberg, b 14 December 1949. 
James R. Millerberg, b 2 November 1954. 
Julie Teresa Millerberg, b 1 April 1963. 
Robert Allen Millerberg, b 10 December 1966. 

ALLEN 

(Arthur Ralph Allen 6 - James H. 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

747. ARTHLR RIAL ALLEN , b 4 July 1930, son of James H. and Juliet (Smith) Allen, md 15 March 1948 
Luana Hilton, b 15 November 1931. 

Children: 

Dennis Hilton Allen, b 12 October 1948. 
Duane Ralph Allen, b 7 October 1951. 
Daray Allen. 
Darrell Allen, 
Don Dee Allen. 

STEADMAN 

(Mary Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
404. MARY ALLEN , b 2 January 1901 at Draper, Utah, daughter of Jackson R. and Caroline Matilda pay) 

Allen, md 6 July 1926 James Rex Steadman, b 6 January 1902, son of James and Mary Arm (Winder) 

Steadman. 

Children: (born at Salt Lake City, Utah) 

Mary Louise Steadman, b 28 July 1929, md 25 May 1949 Dayle R. Flandro, 
Lou Juana Caroline Steadman, b 15 December 1932, md Dale Keith Mousley. 

Jane Gordon record. 

FLANDRO 

(Mary Louise Steadman 6 - Mary Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

MARY LOLISE STEADMAN , b 28 July 1929, md 24 May 1949 Dayle RawUngs Flandro. 

Children: 

Rhonda Lee Flandro, b 6 January 1950. 
Cynthia Flandro, b 10 October 1952. 
Rodger Dayle Flandro, b 5 June 1955. 

MOUSLEY 

(Lajuana Steadman 6 - Mary Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
LAJUANA STEADMAN , md 1948 Dale Keith Mousley, b 15 July 1930. 

Children: 

Daughter Mousley, b March 1949 (stillborn). 
Charlene Mousley, b 16 July 1952. 
Barry Keith Mousley, b 8 May 1956. 
Monti Allen Mousley, b 13 November 1962. 



315 

GORDON 

(Jane Matilda Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
405. JANE MATILDA ALLEN, b 29 July 1903, daughter of Jackson R. and Caroline Matilda (Day) Allen, 

md 22 May 1925 Samuel James Gordon, b 24 December 1903 at Smithfield, Utah, son of Samuel 

Arthur and Harriet Louise ( Meikle) Gordon. 

Children: 

Arthur Jack Gordon, b 9 April 1926, md 4 October 1944 Donna Manning. 
Lois M. Gordon, b 17 January 1928, md 27 June 1947 Eugene Garth Joos. 
Norma Gordon, b 25 February 1929, md 14 August 1946 Lark Roberts Erickson. 
Lynn James Gordon, b 15 March 1932, md 25 November 1955 Marie Scott. 
Judith Gordon, b 6 June 1939, d infant. 
Daughter Gordon, b 11 November 1940, d infant. 

James Gordon record. 

GORDON 

(Anhur Jack Gordon 6 - Jane M. Allen 5 - Jackson Rial 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ARTHUR TACK GORDON , b 9 April 1926, son of Samuel James and Jane Matilda (Allen) Gordon, md 
4 October 1944 Donna Manning, b 5 July 1928. 

Children: 

Pamla Gordon, b 27 September 1945, md 6 December 1963 Lynn Corbridge. 
Arthur James Gordon, b 28 January 1947, md 30 August 1963 Geraldine Frew. 
Julie Gordon, b 28 November 1948. 
Gregory Lynn Gordon, b 24 April 1952. 
Jill Gordon (adopted), b 21 June 1961. 
Dennis Bruce Gordon, b 1 October 1964. 

JOOS 

(Lois Gordon 6 - Jane M. Allen 5 - Jackson Rial 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
LOIS GORDON , b 17 January 1928, md 27 June 1947 Eugene Garth Joos, b 29 July 1921. 

Children: 

Eugene Gordon Joos, b 18 March 1948. 

Diane Joos, b 19 December 1949. 

Timothy Wayne Joos, b 4 December 1951. 

Bemice Joos, b 1 February 1953. 

Garry Garth Joos, b 4 May 1954, d 8 June 1963. 

Daughter Joos, b 26 February 1955, d same day. 

Bryant Douglas Joos, b 7 November 1956, d 31 August 1958. 

Rolayne Joos, b 15 March 1959. 

Renae Joos, b 24 May 1961. 

Daughter Joos, b 19 May 1966, stillborn. 

ERICKSON 

(Norma Gordon 6 - Jane J. Allen 5 - Jackson R, 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

NORMA GORDON , b 25 February 1925, md 15 August 1946 Lark Roberts Erickson, b 31 January 1921. 

Children: 

Joseph Andrew Erickson, b 8 July 1948. 
Son Erickson, stillborn 1950. 
Darlene Erickson, b 2 September 1952. 
Janet Erickson, b 28 October 1961. 
Lark Eldon Erickson, b 10 May 1963. 



316 

(Lynn James Gordon 6 - Jane M. Allen 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
LYNN JAMES GORDON , b 15 March 1932, md 25 November 1955 Marie Scott. 

Children: 

Geri Lin Gordon, b 18 July 1956. 
Kim Marie Gordon, b 12 April 1962. 
Mark James Gordon, b 8 June 1964. 

ALLEN 

(Benjamin Rial 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
406. BENJAMIN RIAL ALLEN , b 30 August 1905 at Draper. Utah, son of Jackson R. and Caroline Matilda (Day) 

Allen, md 12 January 1928 Elizabeth Snow (Cottrell). b 9 October 1909, daughter of Ernest LeRoy and Jane 

Orgill Cottrell Snow. 

Children: 

748. Verlene Allen, b 4 April 1929, md 19 August 1949 DeWayne Vawdrey. 

749. Joyce Jean Allen, b 21 August 1931, md 16 November 1956 Lee Lasater, md 2nd David Hurst. 

750. Donna Beverly Allen, b 12 May 1933. md 10 October 1951 Darwin B. Lloyd. 

751. Elizabeth Allen, b 12 May 1937, md 21 November 1956 Milo LeMar Bringhurst. 

752. Ben Rogers Allen, b 15 May 1951 thirteen years after Elizabeth. 

Draper records. Jane Allen Gordon 
record. 

VAWDREY 

(Verlene Allen 6 - Benjamin R. 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

748. VERLENE ALLEN , b 4 April 1929, md 19 August 1949 Dwayne Lovell Vawdrey. 

Children: (all born at Murray, Utah) 

Brenda Vawdrey, b 28 October 1950. 
Alane Vawdrey, b 4 September 1952. 
Douglas Dwayne Vawdrey. b 10 January 1954. 
Glen Allen Vawdrey. b 24 January 1957. 
Paul Allen Vawdrey. b 24 August 1959. 
Scott Allen Vawdrey, b 17 May 1960. 
Gary Allen Vawdrey, b 14 June 1962. 

LASATER 

(Joyce Jean Allen 6 - Benjamin R. 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

749. JOYCE JEAN ALLEN , b 21 August 1931, md 16 November 1956 Elmer Lee Lasater Jr. 

Children: (born at Murray. Utah) 

Vicki Lee Lasater. b 27 September 1957. 
Janene Lasater, b 9 October 1958. 
Naleta Lasater. b 13 October 1963. 



317 

LLOYD 

(Donna Beverly Allen 6 - Benjamin R. 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

750. DONNA BEVERLY ALLEN , b 12 May 1933, md 10 October 1951 Darwin Brown Lloyd, b 22 January 1933. 

Children: 

Daryl Allen Lloyd, b 17 March 1959. 
Brian "D" Lloyd, b 11 January 1960. 
Edward Lynn Lloyd, b 1 August 1961. 
Marriann Lloyd, b 27 September 1965. 

BuING HURST 

(Elizabeth Jane Allen 6 - Benjamin R. 5 - Jackson R. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

751. ELIZABETH JANE ALLEN , b 12 May 1937, md 21 November 1956 Milo LeMar Bringhurst. 

Children: 

Tammy Bringhurst, b 30 January 1964 (adopted). 
Michael LeMar Bringhurst, b 2 December 1965 (adopted). 

Record of Jane (Allen) Gordon. 

LARSON - RYAN 

(Nora Lucile Allen 5 - John W. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

407. NORA LUCILLE ALLEN , b 25 July 1902, daughter of John W. and Nora (Ringwood) Allen, md 5 June 1922 
Dean McKinley Larson, b 28 February 1902, d 11 April 1928, son of Lewis and Laverna (Fink) Larson. 
She md 2nd Ernest Jones Ryan, b 24 January 1906 at Center Creek, Utah, son of George Ryan and Janet 
C, (Jones) Ryan. 

Children: (Dean M. Larson) 

Don Lewis Larson, b 8 March 1923 at San Jose, California, md Emogene Unley or Onley. 
Norma Jean Larson, b 18 September 1924, d 16 September 1958, md 7 September 1950 (Capt. ) Kenneth 
Bailey. 

Children: (Ernest J. Ryan) 

DaLane Ryan, b 4 October 1934, md 24 June 1955 Thomas J. Millet. 

Record of Cora Jean Allen Rose. 

ROSE 

(Cora Jean Allen 5 - John Wilford 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

408. CORA JEAN ALLEN , b 26 August 1903 at Charleston, Utah, daughter of John W . and Nora P. (Ringwood) 
Allen, md 2 March 1927 Orien Ellis Rose, b 17 July 1900 at Hyrum, Utah, son of Peter Parley and Eliza 
Olene (Eliason) Rose. 

Children: 

Beverly Ann Rose, b 26 June 1929, md 27 May 1950 David Richard Jolley. 
Robert Allen Rose, b 8 July 1931, md 7 October 1955 Mariam Clarke Orth. 

Rose records. 



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ALLEN - MINER 

(John Edwin 5 



(John Edwin 5 - John Wilford 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
409 TOHN EDWIN ALLEN , b 13 March 1907 at Charleston, Utah, son of John Wilford and Nora (Ringwood) Allen, 
md 1 June 1926 Adalane Croft, b 28 June 1907 at Deseret, Utah, daughter of Jacob and Mary (Eliason) 



Croft. 

Children: (all born at Provo, Utah) 

Jay Edwin Allen, b 23 February 1927. md 13 March 1948 Jaqueline Okey. 

Children : 

Steven Jay Allen, b 13 October 1948. 

Pamela Allen, b 23 July 1952. 

Jeffrey Edwin Allen, b 3 June 1958. 
Nora Beth Allen, b 20 February 1927. d 10 May 1934. 

Dean Croft Allen, b 28 September 1930, md 12 January 1954 Ehrentraud Caries. 
Janis LaRee Allen, b 5 September 1934, md 1 August 1956 Milton Peterson Miner. 

Children : 

Michael Allen Miner, b 27 July 1957. 

Marc Allen Miner, b 11 June 1964. 
Lee Mark Allen, b 16 May 1940. md 7 May 1959 Janet Jameson. 
Barbara Jane Allen, b 13 September 1951. 



Adalane Croft Allen records. 



ALLEN 



(Thomas Smith Allen 5 - Thomas Warren 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
409a. THOMAS SMITH ALLEN , b 21 February 1902 at Charleston, Utah, son of Thomas Wanen and Margaret 
(Smith) Allen, md 25 May 1925 Inez Madsen. 



Children: 

756. Warren Madsen Allen, b 8 March 1927, md Faye L. Snowball. 

757. Winston Smith Allen, b 1 February 1929. md 8 December 1948 Ranae Dunkley. 

758. Gary Dee Allen, b 30 September 1935 at Preston, Idaho, md Reta Howell. 

Record of Golda Allen, Charleston. Utah. 



ALLEN 



(Warren Madsen Allen 6 - Thomas S. 5 - Thomas Warren 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
756. WARREN MADSEN ALLEN , b 8 March 1927 at Logan, Utah, son of Thomas Smith and Inez (Madsen) 
Allen, md Faye LaVeda Snowball. 



Children: (born at Logan, Cache County, Utah) 

Gregory Warren Allen, b 2 May 1956. 
Kristie Faye Allen, b 23 March 1959. 
Courtney Thomas Allen, b 7 July 1962. 
Melance Kaye Allen, b 6 March 1964. 



Warren and Thomas S. Allen record. 



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ALLEN 



(Winston Allen 6 - Thomas S. 5 - Thomas W. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

757. WINSTON SMITH ALLEN , b 27 February 1929, son of Thomas Smith and Inez (Madsen) Allen, md 8 
December 1948 Ranae Dunkley. 

Children: 

Kevin Dunkley Allen, b 26 March 1950 at Franklin, Idaho. 
Canda Lee Allen, b 10 July 1953 at Logan, Utah. 
Travis Winston Allen, b 14 May 1958 at Logan, Utah. 
Bryce Dunkley Allen, b 8 November 1962 at Logan, Utah. 
Loralle Renee Allen, b 3 August 1965 at Logan, Utah. 

Thomas Smith Allen record. 

ALLEN 

(Gary D. Allen 6 - Thomas S. 5 - Thomas Warren 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

758. GARY DEE ALLEN , b 30 September 1935 at Preston, Idaho, son of Thomas Smith and Inez (Madsen) 
Allen, md Reta Howell, b 17 November 1939 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 



Children: 

Brian Gary Allen, b 29 September 1964. 
Kirk Ray Allen, b 22 March 1966. 



ALLEN 

(Harold Benjamin Allen 5 - Thomas W. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

410. HAROLD BENJAMIN ALLEN , b 19 February 1904 at Charlston, Wasatch County, Utah, son of Thomas 

Warren and Margaret (Smith) Allen, md 22 September 1925 Jennie Sigurdbjorg Bjornssen, b 7 February 

1900 at Spanish Fork, Utah, d at Elko, Nevada 20 February 1965, daughter of Jakob and Gundun (Johnson) 

Bj ornsson -Bearnson. 

Children: (born at Salt Lake City, Utah) 

Daughter Allen, stillborn 8 December 1926. 

759. Harold Bearnson Allen, b 30 October 1927, md 19 March 1952 Carol Kemp. 

760. Curtis Richard Allen, b 23 September 1929, md 17 March 1952 Selma Elaine Fisher. 

761. Donald Keith Allen, b 24 July 1931, md 24 November 1953 Lanore Murray. 

762. Elnor Lynn Allen, b 30 April 1933 at Preston, Idaho, md 8 March 1957 Fredrick Herbert Schroader. 

763. Robert LeRoy Allen, b 6 January 1935, md 12 August 1958 Lois Arlene Hansen. 

Record of Harold B. Allen, plko, 
Nevada. 



ALLEN 



759. 



(Harold Bearnson Allen 6 - Harold Benjamin 5 - Thomas W, 
HAROLD BEARNSON ALLEN, md Carol (Kemp) . 



4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



Children: 



Monty Kemp Allen, b 27 December 1952. 
Marie Allen, b 25 February 1954. 
Linda Allen, b 7 February 1957. 



Record of Harold B. Allen, Lanham. 
Maryland. 



320. 



ALLEN 



760. 



(Curtis Richard Allen 6 - Harold Benjamin 5 
CLiRTIS RICHARD ALLEN, md Elaine Fisher, 



Thomas W. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



Children: 



Nancy Allen, b 24 July 1953. 
Tracy Allen, b 11 September 1956. 
Pamala Allen, b 1958. . 
Kenny Allen, b 23 August 1961. 



Record of Curtis R. Allen. Cherry Hill. 
New Jersey. 



ALLEN 

(Donald Keith Allen 6 - Harold Benjamin 5 
761. DONALD ' KEITH ALLEN, md Lanore Fisher. 



Thomas W. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



Children: 



Douglas Allen, 'b 20 August 1954. 
Susan Allen, b 20 November 1956. 
Scott Allen, b 22 July 1958. 
Jane Allen, b 9 July 1960. 



Record of Donald Keith Allen, Salt 
Lake City, Utah. 



SCHROADER 

(Elnor Lynn Allen 6 - Harold Benjamin 5 - Thomas W. 4 
762. ELNOR LYNN ALLEN, md Fredrick H. Schroader. 



Andrew ^. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



Children: (all bom at Salt Lake City, Utah) 

Judy Schroader, b 27 March 1958. 
Johnny Schroader, b 21 September 1959. 

Dickey Schroader, b 13 April . 

Sandra Schroader, b 6 May . 

William Schroader, b 30 April 1965. 



Record of Fredrick H. Schroader, 
Salt Lake City, Utah. 



ALLEN 



763. 



(Roben LeRoy Allen 6 - 
ROBERT LEROY ALLEN. 



Harold Benjamin 5 - Thomas W. 
md Lois Arlene Hansen. 



4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 



Children: 

Steven Robert Allen, b 29 August 1949 at Fort Worth, Texas. 
Jeffrey David Allen, b 6 April 1961 at Logan, Utah. 
Brent Jay Allen, b 14 March 1963 at Mountain View, Utah. 
Duane LaMar Allen, b 5 March 1964 at Mountain View, Utah. 



Record of Robert L. Allen, Los Altos, 
California. 



I 



321 

ALLEN 

(Roger Warren Allen 5 - Thomas Warren 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

411. ROGER WARREN ALLEN , b 10 December 1905 at Charleston, Utah, son of Thomas Warren and Margaret 
(Smith) Allen, md 22 June 1927 Mercy Gibbens Glenn, b 16 July 1908, daughter of Joseph Lund and 
Annie May (Gibbons) Glenn. 

Children: (born at Logan, Utah) 

764. Roger Glenn Allen, b 12 January 1928, d 28 December 1936. 

765. Vella May Allen, b 30 April 1930, md 7 October 1955 Theron Ray Blazzard. 

766. Richard Cardell Allen, b 17 October 1931, md 28 March 1957 Margaret Savage Adams. 

767. Robert Warren Allen, b 2 May 1935, md 3 June 1955 Patricia Rich. 

Record of Roger Warren Allen, Logan, 
Utah, family and Church records. 

NORTH - PERCELL 

(Grace Smith Allen 5 - Thomas Warren 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

412. GRACE SMITH ALLEN , b 12 April 1908 at Charleston, Utah, daughter of Thomas Warren and Margaret 
(Smith) Allen, md 6 September 1925 Mill Harrison North, son of William and Mary (Steadman) North. 

Children: 

Grace (Evadeen) North, b 6 January 1927 at Provo, Utah, md 10 April 1946 Mack Ivan Percell. son of 
Leo C. Percell. 

Children : 

Margaret Percell. 

Martin Percell. 

Polly Jane Percell. 

Trudy Percell. 
Calvin Mill North, b 31 January 1929, md 14 April 1953 Darlene Price. 
Myrna North, b 2 March 1941. 

Golda Allen record. 

VANWAGNER 

(Marie Margaret Allen 5 - Thomas Warren 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

413. MARIE MARGARET ALLEN, b 20 January 1911 at Charlston, Utah, daughter of Thomas W. and Margaret 
(Smith) Allen, md 22 December 1923 Joseph Van Wagoner, son of Jose and Edith (Bronson) VanWagner. 

Children: 

Norman Allen VanWagner, b 24 August 1935 , md Cora Davis. 

ALLEN 

(Marvin Marion Allen 5 - Thomas Warren 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

414. MARVIN MARION ALLEN , b 15 August 1913 at Charleston, Utah, son of Thomas Warren and Margaret 
(Smith) Allen, md 27 June 1938 Fern Elizabeth Shelley, b 24 March 1915, daughter of George Frederick 
and Mary Annie (Jacklin) Shelly, 

Children: (born at American Fork, Utah) 

768. Marvin Lynn Allen, b 19 September 1939, md 15 August 1963 Sandra Jane Snyder. 

769. Dale Thomas Allen, b 5 June 1942, md 7 September 1962 Renee Poulter. 

770. Jay Shelley Allen, b 1 June 1946. 

771. Lee Howard Ajien, b 13 August 1952. 

771a. Renae Sharlene Allen, b 24 January 1958. 

Marvin Allen personal record, marriage 

licenses, birth certificates. 



322 

ALLEN 

(James Ross Allen 5 - Thomas Warren 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

415. JAMES ROSS ALLEN , b 15 October 1916 at Charleston, Utah, son of Thomas Warren and Margaret (Smith) 

Allen, md 18 March 1937 Mae Blackley, daughter of William Blackley. 

Children: 

771. Barbara Mae Allen, b 31 July 1938, md Blaine R. Worthen. 

772. William Ross Allen, b 14 April 1943, md Sharon McBride, 1965. 

WORTHEN 

(Barbara Mae Allen 6 - James Ross Allen 5 - Thomas Warren 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

771. BARBARA MAE ALLEN , b Sljuly 1938, md Blaine R. Worthen. 

Children: 

Jeffery Worthen. 
Lynette Worthen. 

Mae B. Allen record. 



323 




MATILDA CAROLINE (DAY) ALLEN 




FAMILY OF JACKSON RIAL ALLEN 

Benjamin, James Henry, Jane Gordon, Mary (Allen) Steadman 
Leona (Allen) Smith. Eva Fitzgerald. Louisa (Allen) Mickelson 



324 

BRUMBLE , „ ^ 

(Amy Eliza Owens 5 - William Owens 4 - Martha 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
4;^7_ AMY ELIZA OWENS , b 14 May 1891 at Smithfield, Utah, daughter of William and Mary Ann (Edgley) 

Owens, md 8 July 1914 Herbert David Bramble, b 28 February 1886 at Winona, North Dakota, son of 

Henry Stephen and Mabel (Enney) Bramble. 

Children: 

William Henry Brumble, b 17 April 1915 at Pocatello, Idaho, md January 1943 Roberta G. Kreider. 
Herbert David Brumble (twin), b 13 June 1917 at Pocatello. Idaho, md 14 November 1939 Barbara 

Strikwerda. 
Howard Joseph Brumble (twin), b 13 June 1917 at Pocatello, Idaho, md 15 July 1941 Helen LaPriel 

Jones. 

Delbert Arthur Brumble, b 17 August 1920 at Portland, Oregon, md 10 January 1943 Joyce W. Hughes. 

Florence Mary BrumMe, b 14 April 1923 at Pocatello, Idaho, md 31 December 1942 Alden W. Crockett. 

Alton LaVerne Brumble, b 18 February 1932 at Oregon City, Oregon, md 6 October 1952 JoAnne A. 

Nichols. 

Eva Owens Jorgensen record from her 

mother's papers. 

OWENS 

(William Edgley Owens 5 - William Owens 4 - Martha 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

418. WILLIAM EDGLEY OWENS , b 29 April 1894 at Smithfield, Utah, son of William and Mary Ann (Edgley) 
Owens, md 1st Elsie Amelia Sjostrom, b 3 October 1902 at Logan, Utah, d 28 March 1955, md 7 June 
1922, md 2nd 12 July 1957 Hannah Rebecca Morrison. 

Children: psieA. Sjostrom) 

William Edgley Owens II, b 19 April 1923, d infant. 

Arlene Owens, b 30 October 1924, d 28 April 1932. 

Glen Sjostrom Owens, b 13 February 1927, md 28 November 1945 Marion Wells. 

Shirley Jean Owens, b 18 May 1931, md 6 December 1953 Jay S. Dykman. 

Lynn Jay Owens, b 16 June 1935, md 12 June 1956 Rae Ann Stowell. 

Evelyn Elsie Owens, b 30 November 1939, md 29 August 1958 Brent Herschi. 

OWENS 

(Joseph Alma Owens 5 - William Owens 4 - Martha 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

419. JOSEPH ALMA OWENS , b 28 January 1896 at Logan, Utah, son of William and Mary Ann (Edgley) Owens, 
d 19 December 1964 at Ogden, Utah, md 5 October 1921 Alice Elvoretta Harris, b 21 December 1896 at 
Upton, Summit County, Utah, daughter of Wm. David and Alice (Fewkes) Harris. 

Children: 

Marva Owens, b 24 July 1922, md 4 April 1942 Wm. Abraham Moates. 

Wm. Seldon Owens, b 14 May 1926, md 31 August 1950 Carol Jensen. 

Joseph Lyle Owens, b 26 June 1928, md 8 October 1956 Blanch Allean Erickson. 

Clarita Owens, b 24 July 1931, md 26 May 1951 Jewel Lawrence. 

Robert Terrance Owens, b 23 June 1937, md 29 April 1960 Evelyn Wilson. 

Karen Rae Owens, b 7 October 1940, md 2 February 1962 Douglas Quayle Anderson. 

Above records of Owens from Owens 
papers of Eva. O. Jorgensen- 



325 

CLAY - BATEMAN 

(Pansy Mignonette Owens S - William Owens 4 - Martha 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
420. PANSY MIGNONETTE OWENS , b 13 December 1902 at Pocatello, Idaho, d 6 January 1940 at Gooding, 

Idaho, daughter of William and Mary Ann (Edgley) Owens md 1 August 1923 Everett Price Clay, b 4 

December 1884 in Carol, Virginia. They divorced in 1935, She md 2nd Hyrum Adelbert Bateman of 

West Jordan, Utah on 28 March 1936. 

Children: (Everett Price Clay) 

Gordon Clay, b 19 July 1924 at Twin Falls, Idaho, md 3 October 1945 Beny Marie Bennett. 
Theodore Clay, b 9 May 1926 at Twin Falli, Idaho, md 5 November 1947 GeorgieGay Bronson. 
Sharon Clay, b 8 November 1928, md 25 December 1946 George Mull. 
Rose Clay. 

Children: (Hyrum Adelbert Bateman) 

Ethel Jonella Bateman, b 23 May 1937 at Shelly, Idaho, md Jas. Floyd Calkins. 

Billie Marie Bateman, b 8 September 1938 at Shelly, Idaho, md 24 April 1959 Ronald W. Deal. 

JORGENSEN 

(Rose Eva Owens 5 - Wm. 4 - Martha 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
420a. ROSE EVA OWENS , b 16 October 1897 at Smithfield, Utah, daughter of William and Mary Ann (Edgley) 

Owens, md 31 March 1921 Viggo, Valdemar Jorgensen, b 5 July 1883 at Copenhagen, Denmark, d 29 

November 1946 at Los Angeles, md 1st Elsie Olive Griffin, b 29 October 1894 in New Zealand, d 20 

December 1920 in childbirth. 

Children: (Elsie Olive Griffin) 

Victor Emanuel Jorgensen, b 9 March 1913 in New Zealand. 
Oscar Edward Jorgensen, b 3 June 1914 in New Zealand. 
Freda Olive Jorgensen, b 6 December 1916 in New Zealand. 
Ruby Constance Jorgensen, b 30 November 1918 in New Zealand, 
Elsie Olivie Jorgensen, b 18 December 1920 in Salt Lake City, Utah. 

NOTE: A neighbor raised the baby. The other four children were raised by Rose Eva, 2nd wife. 

OWENS 

(Hans Rial Owens 5 - Rial Owens 4 - Martha Allen 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

HANS RIAL OWENS , b 23 April 1886 at Sanford, Colorado, d 3 August 1950 at Idaho Falls, Idaho, son 
of Rial and Lena Losana (Mortensen) Owens, md 7 August 1907 Lucy Frances Kidd, b 9 April 1887 at 
Basin, Cassia County, Idaho, d 1965, daughter of John Thomas and Mary Ann (Andrews) Kidd. 

Children: 

Ellis Afton Owens, b 30 April 1908, md 13 September 1929 Helen Juanita Denton. 

Velma Frances Owens, b 14 November 1909, md 9 April 1927 George Chaplin. 

Thelma Elverta Owens, b 6 July 1911, md 6 July 1931 Delbert Alger. 

Earl Hans Owens, b 18 January 1913, d 13 July 1958, md 3 April 1934 Emma Gee. 

Lucy Augusta Owens, b 27 January 1915, md 17 August 1933 Elmer Hatmon. 

Hazel Olive Owens, b 23 December 1917, md 30 January 1941 Morris Huffaker. 

Wallace Eugene Owens, b 2 August 1919, md 10 August 1937 Bessie Bell Shaffer. 

Oran Merl Owens, b 19 November 1921, md 22 June 1940 Betty Clapsaddle. 

Verlyn Owens, b 24 February 1923 at Jerome, Idaho, md 23 January 1945 Delia Janson. 

Tiny Russell Lionel Owens, b 18 April 1925, d 9 December 1928. 

Leonard Vern Owens, b 21 March 1927, md 25 October 1947 Beth Bennett. 

Papers of Owens in possession of Eva 
Jorgensen. 



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MOULTRIE , „ ^ 

(Edith Georgette Owens 5 - Rial Owens 4 - Martha Allen 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

EDITH GEORGETTE OWENS, b 29 November 1887 at Sanford, Colorado, d 10 May 1934 at Twin Falls, 
Idaho, daughter of Rial and Lena Losana (Mortensen) Owens, md 1 May 1906 Joel Franklin Moultrie, 
b 26 November 1889 at Basin, Idaho, son of Wm. McAUey and Anna Sophia (Mastersen) Moultrie. 

Children: (bom at Basin, Idaho) 

Joel Leonard Moultrie, d 30 May 1907, d 23 December 1912. 

Edith Vidella Moultrie, b 16 September 1909, md March 1930 Golden Heiner. 

Verna Ree Mouluie, b 16 November 1911, md 5 August 1930 Raymond Eugene Duffin. 

WiUism Ariel Moultrie, b 20 February 1914, at Burley, Idaho, d infant. 

Edith Wanda Moultrie, b 23 March 1915 at Burley, Idaho, md January 1934 Lee A. Wall. 

Erva Mae Moultrie, b 18 January 1918 at Burley, Idaho, md 15 April 1935 John Wilford Simister. 

OWENS 

(William Wallace Owens 5 - Rial Owens 4 - Martha Allen 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

425. WILLIAM WALLACE OWENS , b 13 February 1890 at Sanford, Colorado, son of Rial and Lena L. 
(Mortensen) Owens, md 6 June 1918 Pricilla Smith, b 4 December 1896, d 1929 at Oakley, Idaho (sic), 
she died probably Burley, Idaho, date disputed. 

Children: 

Thomas William Oivens, b 23 May 1919 at Cassia County, Idaho, md 7 September 1942 Alice June 

Benager. 
Merlin LeRoy Owens, b 2 July 1920 at Cassia County, Idaho. 
Veda Sarah Owens, b 30 November 1922 in Cassia County, Idaho. 
Helen Marie Owens, b 8 July 1923 at Bingham, Utah, md 27 May 1942 Marshall Eilers. 
Lena Precilla Owens, b 4 December 1925 at Bingham, Utah, md Jack Adams, 
Leah May Owens, b 18 July at Oakley, Cassia County, Idaho, md 18 May 1946 Alexander Jenkins. 
Rial Smith Owens, b 2 September 1931 in Cassia County, Idaho. 
Neta Joan Owens, b 2 January 1935 in Cassia County, Idaho. 

Eva O. Jorgensen record. 

OWENS 

(Edgar Allen Owens 5 - Rial Owens 4 - Martha Allen 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

426. EDGAR ALLEN OWENS , b 9 February 1892 at Eastdale, Colorado, md 1916 Freda Dunbrose. He was the 
son of Rial and Lena Losana (Mortensen) Owens. 

Children: 

Eleanor Owens. 
Donald Owens. 

No further record. 

OWENS 

(X4arcus Eugene Owens 5 - Rial Owens 4 - Martha Allen 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

MARCUS EUGENE OWENS , b 9 March 1894, d 6 February 1962. son of Rial and Lena Losana (Mortensen) 

Owens, md 6 May 1919 Ivy Irene Poulton, daughter of Wm. S. and Sarah Ann (Birch) Poulton. 

Children: 

Cecil Owens, b 24 June 1920 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Merrell Eugene Owens, b 7 December 1923 at Burley, Idaho. 

Eva Owens Jorgensen papers and records 
from Idaho. 



327 

OWENS 

(Marion Albert Owens 5 - Rial Owens 4 - Martha Allen 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

MARION ALBERT OWENS , b 13 July 1896 at Eastdale, Colorado, d 30 October 1956 at Citrus Heights, 
California, son of Rial and Lena Losana (Mortensen) Owens, md 6 March 1922 Verna Jensen, b 2 June 
1901 at Provo, Utah, daughter of Niels I. and Helen Sophie Jensen. 

Children; 

Lola Marie Owens, b 9 March 1925 at Cassia County, Idaho, md 8 March 1947 Richard Malka. 

Dean J. Owens, b 7 December 1928, md 7 December 1947 Letha Mae Kidwell. 

Albert LeMar Owens, b 25 September 1923, d infant. 

George Marion Owens, b 4 July 1931, d 17 August 1952. 

Bruce Ralph Owens (twin), b 2 March 1934. 

Betty Ruth Owens (twin), b 2 March 1934, 

Raymond Carl Owens, b 29 June 1936 at Sacramento, California. 

Eva Jorgensen record. 

MILLER 

(Ida Adella Owens 5 - Rial Owens 4 - Martha Allen 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

IDA ADELLA OWEN S, b 15 December 1897 at Eastdale, Colorado, daughter of Rial and Lena Losana 
(Mortensen) Owens, md 29 September 1915 at Basin, Idaho, Clarence Eugene Miller, b 15 August 1892 
at Farmington, Davis County, Utah, d 5 March 1961 at Tremonton, Utah, sonofWm. Morgan and 
Madeline Eudora (Hess) Miller. 

Children: (born at Cassia, Idaho) 

Lena Udora Miller, b 30 August 1916, md 7 October 1935 Orson E. Jensen. 

Opal Lee Miller, b 25 April 1919 at Penrose, Utah, md 13 May 1939 Oren L. Kimber. 

Alice Merle Miller, b 13 February 1922, md 28 July 1945 Lavell C. Esklson. 

Edith Oletta Miller, b 16 September 1924, mdVennorJ. Meacham. 

Carma Jean Miller, b 12 September 1927, md 29 September 1948 Alene E. Ballingame. 

Lois Esther Miller, b 13 February 1933, md 18 December 1958 Keith S. Webb. 

Eva Jorgensen record. 

PROULX 

(Elverta May Owens 5 - Rial Owens 4 - Martha Allen 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

ELVERTA MAY OWEN S, b 9 September 1904 at Eastdale, Colorado, daughter of Rial and Lena Losana 

(Mortensen) Owens, md Michael Oliver Proulx, b 11 May 1899 at Gibbonsville, Idaho, son of Michael 

George and Minnie (Dishne) Proulx. 

Children: 

Michael Juniour Proulx, b 29 August 1927, md 1947 Emma Gouch. 

Carol Proulx, b 12 January 1929 at Salt Lake City, Utah, md 1945 Roy Hansen. 

STONE 

(Lena Loretta Owens 5 - Rial Owens 4 - Martha Allen 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

LENA LORETTA OWENS , b 6 December 1906, daughter of Rial and Lena Losana (Mortensen) Owens, 

md Herman Lee Stone, b 28 November 1902 at Sylacauga, Alabama, son of Emery Inman and Mary 

Eva (SoUey) Stone. 

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TAYLOE 

(Lillie Dell Allen 5 - Gillmore 4 - William Bird 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
432. LILLIE DELL ALLEN , b 8 February 1876 in Andrew County, Missouri, daughter of Gillmore and Ellen 

(Clemmons) Allen, md 21 December 1893 in Braman, Oklahoma Robert Henry Tayloe, b 19 March 1857 
at Roanoke, Virginia, son of John James and Julia Taylor. 

Children: 

Eula Tayloe, b 7 November 1894 at Braman, Oklahoma, md G. E. Gose. 

Hazel Tayloe, b 29 October 1897 at Braman, Oklahoma, md Joe Hadley. 

Mattie Tayloe, b 10 April 1899 at Braman, Oklahoma, md E. L. Nichols. 

Esther Tayloe, b 28 March 1901 at Braman, Oklahoma, md L. E. Patterson. 

Mildred Tayloe, b 16 June 1905, md Ralph Marshall. 

Virginia Tayloe, b 22 November 1907, d 21 August 1933, md Everett Wilson. 

Allan Tayloe, b 3 December 1913 in Missouri. 

Evelyn Tayloe, b 19 June 1910 in Missouri, md R. E. Newton. 

ALLEN 

(Ross Allen 5 - James 4 - Rufus 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 
443. ROSS ALLEN , b 23 March 1871 at Bushnell, Illinois, son of James and Phosine (Manley) Allen, md 

Mary E. Grey, b 28 May 1869 at Vermont, Illinois, d 5 March 1934 at Bushnell, Illinois, m d 5 October 

1892, daughter of Adelbert and Sylvia (Kimble) Grey) 

Children: (all born in McDonough County, Illinois) 

Milford M. Allen, b 21 July 1901, md Naomi Baughman. 
Children : 

Robert M. Allen, b 11 March 1931 at Bushnell, Illinois. 
Louise Allen, b 4 September 1934 (twin). 
Lyle Allen, b 4 September 1934 (twin). 

ALLEN 

(Louis Homer Allen 5 - James 4 - Rufus 3 - David 2 - Samuel 1) 
445. LOUIS HOMER ALLEN , b 3 November 1879 in McDonough County, Illinois, son of James and Phosine 

(Manley) Allen, md 25 December 1902 Millie M. Hinman, b 9 July 1885, daughter of Oren and Rilla 

(Swango) Hinman, md 2nd Irene W. Johnson, b 20 October 1897 in Fulton Co. , 111, daughter of John C. 

and Jennie Hays Johnson. 

Children: (Minnie M. Hinman) 

Dorothy B. Allen, b 29 December 1903 in McDonough, Illinois, md Cecil D. Rysen or Ryner. 
Homer H. Allen, b 23 December 1905, md Viola Arie. 

Record of Mrs. Louis H. Allen. 

ALLEN 

(Francis Marion 6 - Charles Rial 5 - Francis Marion 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

475. FRANCIS MARION ALLEN , b 18 May 1899 at Taylor, Arizona, d October 1946, son of Charles Rial and 
Rachel Ann (Thompson) Allen, md 6 December 1923 Olive Love Sagers, b 3 June 1902 at Lincoln, 
Tooele County, Utah, daughter of William Walace and Harriet M. (Love) Sagers. 

Children: 

Wallace Marion Allen, b 1 March 1924 at Tooele, Utah. 

Lola Allen, b 29 August 1925 at Woodrow, Utah, md 22 November 1945 Glen D. Faulkner. 

Olive Allen, b 22 August 1927, md 17 January 1947 Miles K. Pond. 

Wm. C. Allen record 



330 

ALLEN 

(Mansel Hardy Allen 6 - Charles Rial 5 - Francis Marion 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

476. MANSEL HARDY ALLEN , b 29 July 1900 at Taylor, Arizona, son of Charles Rial and Rachel (Thompson) 
Allen, md 3 December 1924 Leah Thorpe, b 11 April 1904 at Ephraim, Utah, daughter of Thomas Larsen 
and Precinda (Taylor) Thorp. 

Children: 

Barbara Allen, b 6 August 1925, md 26 August 1943 Lanch G. Warre. 

Jackie Ray Allen, b 19 October 1928, md 29 May 1949 Joan Capron. 

Charlene Allen, b 10 February 1939, md 8 June 1956 Richard Hugh Scott. 

Record of Wm. Carol Allen, record 
of Mansel H. Allen. 

LEWIS 

(Annie Laurie Allen 6 - Charles Rial 5 - Francis Marion 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

477. ANNIE LAURIE ALLEN , b 9 June 1902 at Luna, New Mexico, daughter of Charles Rial and Rachel 
(Thompson) Allen, md 13 November 1920 Clement M. Lewis. 

Children: 

JoAnn Lewis. 

ALLEN 

(Charles Rial Allen 6 - Charles Rial 5 - Francis Marion 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

478. CHARLES RIAL ALLEN JR . , b 11 April 1904, son of Charles Rial and Rachel Ann (Thompson) Allen, md 
2 October 1929 Agness Emorest (Stoddard) Skidmore. 

Children: (born at Delta, Utah) 

Agness Jean Allen, b 19 June 1932, md 3 July 1950 Richard D. Moody. 
Virginia Allen, b 17 November 1934, md 5 June 1954 Frank R. Djahanabane 
Charles Ray Allen, b 2 March 1940, md 18 December 1965 Diana Jensen. 

William Carol Allen records. 

SHIELDS 

(Evelyn Allen 6 - Charles Rial 5 - Francis Marion 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

479. EVELYN ALLEN , b 28 April 1906 at Almo, Nevada, daughter of Charles Rial and Rachel Ann (Thompson) 
Allen, md 12 December 1924 at Fillmore, Utah Curtis Adamson Shields, b 10 February 1902 at Lincoln, 
Utah, son of James Gillespie and Sarah Matilda (Adamson) Shields, 

Children: (born at Delta, Utah) 

Curtis Malcolm Shields, b 27 November 1925, md 3 October 1952 Cheril Dean Hannigan. 
Donald Allen Shields, b 23 March 1927. md 14 July 1947 Patricia May Estle. 
Ethel Lorraine Shields, b 25 November 1930. 
Helen Maurine Shields, b 6 April 1935. 
Kathryn Louise Shields, b 14 August 1944, 



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WESTERN 

(Ethel Allen 6 - Charles Rial 5 - Francis Marion 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

480. ETHEL ALLEN, b 6 May 1908 at DeLamar, Nevada, daughter of Charles Rial and Rachel Ann (Thompson) 
Allen, md 2 May 1932 Samuel Ray Western, b 30 July 1907 at Deseret, Millard County, Utah, son of 
Samuel Winsbourough and Mary Alice (Hutchinson) Western. 

Children: (born at Delta, Utah) 

Mary Ethel Western, b 21 May 1933, d infant. 
Donald Ray Western, b 21 April 1934. 
Ray Allen Western, b 13 December 1936/7. 
Janice Kay Western, b 21 March 1939. 
Myrna Ann Western, b 25 November 1941. 

ALLEN 

(William Carol Allen 6 - Charles Rial 5 - Francis M. 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

481. WILLIAM CAROL ALLEN , b 15 December 1909 at Alamo, Lincoln County, Nevada, son of Charles Rial 
and Rachel Ann (Thompson) Allen, md 15 December 1941 Essie Royter, b 1 January 1921 at Downey, 
Bannock County, Idaho, daughter of Charles Albert and Jennie V. (Stoddard) Royter. 

Children: 

Michael Royter Allen, b 10 September 1942 at Pocatello, Idaho, d 22 September 1960. 

Bruce William Allen, b 21 March 1946 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Carol Allen, b 1 June 1947 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Shawn Anthony Allen, b 6 November 1948. 

Richard Paul Allen, b 25 June 1950 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Connie Allen, b 30 September 1951 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Elizabeth Ann Allen, b 20 June 1954 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Peter Douglas Allen, b 26 December 1955 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Charles Barry Allen, b 5 July 1957 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Jonathan Bret Allen, b 14 January 1959 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Roberta Louise Allen, b 13 April 1960 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Jennifer Rochelle Allen, b 21 June 1961 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Phillip Lance Allen, b 29 November 1962, stillbirth. 

Above records gathered by Wm. 

Carol Allen. 

MORTENSEN 

(Leah Rachel Allen 6 - Charles Rial 5 - Francis Marion 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

482. LEAH RACHEL ALLEN , b 4 March 1912 at Alamo, Nevada, daughterof Charles Rial and Rachel Ann 
(Thompson) Allen, md 12 January 1933 at Parawan. Utah William Alonzo Mortensen. b 10 July 1910, 
son of Joseph Reuben and Lenora (Mickelson) Mortenson. 

Children: (born at Delta, Utah) 

William Keith Mortensen, b 12 September 1933, md 10 October 1956 lone Hunsaker. 
Craig Allen Mortensen, b 27 April 1935, md 15 September 1960 Janice Broadhead. 
Linda Lee Mortensen, b 30 April 1939, md 18 January 1958 Alex. Duncan Findlay. 
Brenda Sue Mortensen, b 17 July 1948. 
Clark Wayne Mortensen, b 30 December 1953 at Payson, Utah. 



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BISHOP 

(Ruby Allen 6 - Charles Rial 5 - Francis Marion 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

484. RUBY ALLEN, b 7 February 1919 at Woodrow, Millard County, Utah, daughter of Charles Rial and 
Rachel Ann (Thompson) Allen, md 20 January 1939 Duane Lennox Bishop, b 20 August 1913 at Delta, 
Utah, son of Raymond Spencer and Anna Maria (Hilton) Bishop. 

Children: (born at Delta, Utah) 

Judith Ann Bishop, b 10 December 1939. 
Joan Bishop, b 2 November 1944. 
Duane Allen Bishop, b 19 September 1948. 
Richard Lynn Bishop, b 4 August 1952. 

ALLEN 

(Oven Woodruff Allen 6 - John Herbert 5 - Francis Marion 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

485. OWEN WOODRUFF ALLEN , b 23 August 1899 at Taylor, Arizona, son of John Herbert and Hulda Louisa 
(Lewis) Allen, md 29 May 1925 Adah Elmer Pomroy. 

Children: 

Owen W. Allen, b 1 August 1927 in Los Angeles, California, md 27 November 1948 Mable Jean Watkins. 
Shirlene Eleanor Allen, b 22 August 1929 at Mesa, Arizona, md 27 December 1956 Richard G. Collett. 
Jaqueline Gay Allen, b 23 September 1930, md 31 September 1953 Doyle Sttatton Randall. 
Robert Francis Allen, b 11 November 1936, md Nancy Ann Bradford. 

OwenW. Allen record, 

ALLEN - CLUFF 

(John Herbert Allen 6 - John Herbert 5 - Francis Marion 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

487. JOHN HERBERT ALLEN , b 10 August 1903 at Taylor, Arizona, son of John Herbert and Hulda Louisa 
(Lewis) Allen, md 19 December 1929 LaVon Reidhead, b 31 October 1908 at Taylor, Arizona, daughter 
of Charles Oscar and Margaret Alice (Kay) Reidhead. She md 2nd Edward Grover Hamrick. 

Children: 

Joann Allen, b 29 January 1931 at Show Low, Arizona, md 11 February 1951 Carl Cluff . 

Children : 

Cafl Randall Cluff, b 24 September 1951. 

Gregory Allen Cluff, b 7 April 1954. 

Shelle Ann Cluff, b 14 July 1960. 

Shanda LaVon Cluff, b 1 March 1963. 
Herbert Vance Allen, b 16 May 1933, d 11 September 1957. 

John Herbert Allen record. 

ALLEN 

(Glen Burnham Allen 6 - John Herbert 5 - Francis Marion 4 - James 3 -Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

488. GLEN BURNHAM ALLEN, md Charlotte Shumway. They had no children. 



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REIDHEAD 

(Grace Allen 6 - John Herbert 5 - Francis Marion 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

489. GRACE ALLEN , b 24 December 1907 at Taylor, Arizona, daughter of John Herbert and Hulda Louisa 
(Lewis) Allen, md 2 April 1930 John Ralph Reidhead, b 6 September 1906 at ShowLow Arizona, son of 
Charles Oscar and Margaret Alice (Day) Reidhead. 

Children: 

Ralph Winn Reidhead, b 6 December 1931 at Show Low, Arizona. 
John Darrell Reidhead, b 27 March 1933 at Taylor, Arizona. 
Margaret Louisa Reidhead, b 20 December 1934 at Taylor, Arizona. 
Lee Wayne Reidhead, b 10 December 1937 at Taylor, Arizona. 
Shall Reidhead, b 30 May 1940 at Snowflake, Arizona. 
Glenn Clay Reidhead, b 28 November 1942 at Snowflake, Arizona. 
Carl Frank Reidhead, b 14 October 1944 at Snowflake, Arizona. 

Record of John Herbert Allen. 

ALLEN 

(Paul Wendell Allen 6 - John Herbert 5 - Francis Marion 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

490. PAUL WENDELL ALLEN , b 6 January 1912 at Taylor, Arizona, son of John Herbert and Hulda Louise 
(Lewis) Allen, md 22 January 1948 Edna Sibyl Whipple, b 24 March 1928 at Whiteriver, daughter of 
Orson T. and Grace (Randall) Whipple. 

Children: (born at McNary, Navajo County, Arizona) 

Paul Wendell Allen, b 9 December 1948. 
John Orson Allen, b 12 March 1951. 
Leslie Reed Allen, b 3 April 1952. 
Edna Marlene Allen, b 9 June 1956. 
Lewis Randall Allen, b 9 September 1958. 
Caroline Allen, b 19 November 1960. 

Paul Wendell Allen record. 

NEFF 

(Vivian 6 - John Herbert 5 - Francis Marion 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

491. VIVIAN ALLEN, b 30 October 1914 at Taylor, Arizona, daughter of John Herbert and Hulda L. (Lewis) 
Allen, md 24 December 1936 at Holbrook, Arizona, Joseph Alma Neff, b 18 July 1911 in Kentucky, son 
of Louis and Ollie Lee (Allen) Neff. 

Children: 

Viva Marie Neff, b 30 November 1937, md 10 May 1957 Philip Gary McGray. 

Hilda Lee Neff, b 27 March 1940. 

Joseph Paul Neff, b 28 April 1942, md 26 September 1964 Patricia Ann Brice. 

Pearl Neff, b 4 October 1944. 

Francis Marion Neff, b 19 June 1947. 

Starling Grant Neff, b 29 July 1949. 

Albert Glen Neff, b 26 December 1958. 

Record of Vivian Neff. 



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PEARCE 

(Mary Louise Allen 6 - John Herbert 5 - Francis Marion 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

492. MARY LOUISE ALLEN , b 2 August 1920, daughter of John Herbert and Hilda Louise (Lewis) Allen, md 
27 September 1940 Lowell Rogers Pearce, b 4 February 1927 at Linden, Arizona, son of James Lowell 
and lone (Rogers) Pearce. 

Children: 

Lowell Norman Pearce, b 27 June 1941, md 19 June 1964 Glenna Lee Johnson. 

Donetta Pearce, b 12 November 1943, md 18 June 1965 Carl Howard Kent III. 

Gerald Allen Pearce, b 18 February 1946, md 14 July 1964 Debora Gail Aul. 

Pamelia Pearce, b 14 July 1949. 

Jack Rogers Pearce, b 11 July 1952. 

Dean Jay Pearce, b 25 October 1954. 

Laverl Joy Pearce, b 11 January 1957. 

Richard Kay Pearce, b 29 May 1958. 

Glenna Lou Pearce, b 28 January 1961. 

Daughter, stillborn 23 February 1964. 

Record of Lowell R. Pearce. 

STEWART 

(Caroline Oretta Allen 6 - James Henry 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3- Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

493. CAROLINE ORETTA ALLEN , b 13 November 1897 at Auburn, Wyoming, daughter of James Henry and 
Alice Elizabeth (Corbridge) Allen, md 14 April 1921 Bernal Stewart, b 26 January 1898 at Kanab, Utah, 
d 7 October 1945 at Glendale, California, son of Alonzo Lafayette and Martha E. (Averen) Stewart. 
Caroline md 2nd 5 February 1949 at Las Vegas, Nevada Leon Monroe Tuttle. 

Children: 

Beryl Stewart, b 31 March 1921 at Los Angeles, California, md 10 August 1940 Joseph Paul Vorkink. 
Carolyn Alice Stewart, b 10 September 1923 at Los Angeles, California, md 8 January 1942 Jas. L. Neilson. 
Bernal Alan Stewart, b 5 October 1924 at Boulder City, Nevada. 

Rhetta Adele Stewart, b 10 September 1935 at Cedar City, Utah, md 1 June 1953 Eldon Eugene Leonard. 

Church records, family records. 

ALLEN 

(Denzil Corbridge Allen 6 - James Henry 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

494. DENZIL CORBRIDGE ALLEN , b 4 April 1900, son of James Henry and Alice (Corbridge) Allen, md 12 
August 1925 Vida Stewart Anderson, b 24 December 1904 at Logan, Utah. He d 1967. 

Children: 

Alice Mae Allen, b 10 May 1927 at Oakland, California, md 1 February 1947 Elmo K. Mills, Div. 
Denzil Corbridge Allen, b 21 December 1931 at Albany, California, md 21 March 1955 Claudia Bird. 

Allen family records. 

ALLEN 

(James Glenn Allen 6 - James Henry 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

495. JAMES GLENN ALLEN , b 30 March 1902 at Auburn, Wyoming, son of James Henry and Alice E. 
(Corbridge) Allen, md 18 June 1937 at Salt Lake City, Utah Annie May Craner, b 10 May 1902 at 
Oakley, Idaho, daughter of George and Mary Caroline (Adams) Craner. 

Children: 

James Glen Allen Jr. , b 6 April 1932 at Oakland, California, md 7 November 1956 Edith Dyanne Dow. 
Jay Laurn Allen, b 6 May 1934, md 6 May 1960 Lois Norine Pitts. 
Marilyn Allen, b 18 May 1938, d infant. 



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Karene Allen, b 4 November 1942 in California, md 4 February 1960 Donald Arthur Mower. 

Annette Allen, b 8 March 1946 in California, md 18 June 1963 David Cadena. 

Allen records. Church records. Bell 
Garden, California. 

ELIASON 

(Lenna Maud Allen 6 - James Henry 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

496. LENNA MAUDE ALLEN , b 13 July 1907 at Auburn, Wyoming, daughter of James H. and Alice (Corbridge) 
Allen, md 10 October 1935 Newel Grant Eliason, b 29 September 1908, son of Joseph Emil and Esther 
Phoebe (Yates) Eliason. 

Children: 

Joan Eliason, b 5 August 1936 at Salt Lake City, Utah, md 15 August 1957 Hugh W. Johnson. 
Barbara Eliason, b 8 January 1941 inlnglewood, California, md 23 December 1963 Larry F. Clyde. 

Church and family records. 

ALLEN 

(Samuel Keith Allen 6 - James Henry 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

497. SAMUEL KEITH ALLEN, b 12 August 1914 at Lewiston, Cache County, Utah, d 19 September 1960 at 
Downey, Bannock County, Idaho, md 28 June 1939 Sarah Eveline Capell, b 6 March 1917 at Robin, 
Bannock County, Idaho, daughter of Edward Seth and Eliza Cordelia (Gunter) Capell. 

Children: 

Evelyn Allen, b 12 April 1940 at Twin Falls, Idaho. 

Sharon Ann Allen, b 12 August 1943 at Gooding, Idaho, md 3 July 1964 Gary L. Skeem. 

Byron Keith Allen, b 24 September 1949 at Wendell, Idaho. 

Lowell Wesley Allen, b 16 April 1956. 

Allen personal family record. 

ALLEN 

(Cathel Vermont Allen 6 - John Julius 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

498. CATHEL VERMONT ALLEN , b 6 April 1900 at St. Anthony, Idaho, son of John Julius and Ada (Glover) 
Allen, md 2 January 1923 Pearl Alice Durney, b 5 February 1904 at Ora, Fremont County, Idaho, d 13 
June 1966 at Lewiston, Idaho, daughter of James H. and Alice (Andrus) Durney. He md 2nd Elsie May 
Harris Lafferts. 

Children: 

Marjorie Allen, b 9 October 1924 at Ashton, Idaho, md Darrell Wormell. 

Venna Mary Allen, b 23 February 1926, d infant. 

Beverly Allen, b 10 November 1927, md 8 July 1945 Francis Pool. 

Lee Cecil Allen, b 1 March 1936, d 22 December 1955. 

Carolyn Venice Allen (twin), b 15 February 1939, d 27 March 1939. 

Kennith Julius Allen (twin), b 15 February 1939, d 19 February 1939. 

Record of Mrs. Ada Glover Allen, 
cemetary records. 



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WHEELER 

(Delva Allen 6 - John Julius 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

499. DELVA ALLEN , b 4 February 1902 at Lewiston, Utah, daughter of John Julius and Ada (Glover) Allen, 
md 22 March 1922 Lloyd Joseph Wheeler, b 4 April 1902 at Lewiston, Utah, son of George Edwin and 
Ida C. (Wood) Wheeler. 

Children: 

Wanda Wheeler, b 20 December 1923 at Lewiston, Cache Couniy, Utah, md 22 July 1945 Bardo Bodily. 
Ressa Wheeler, b 3 October 1925 at Lewiston, Utah, md 20 July 1946 Fred Yantis. 
Allen G. Wheeler, b 20 October 1933 at Lewiston, Utah, md 17 September 1955 Doloras Ann Gossner. 

Record of Ada G. Allen. 

SINGLETON 

(Flossie Allen 6 - John Julius 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

500. FLOSSIE ALLEN , b 27 July 1904 at Lewiston, Utah, daughter of John Julius and Ada (Glover) Allen, md 
15 August 1925 John Alfred Singleton, b 9 July 1903 at St. Anthony, Idaho, son of Alma Edward and Ida 
Melissa (Woodland) Singleton. 

Children: 

Alda Singleton, b 2 September 1929 at St. Anthony, Idaho, md 17 October 1962 Golden Kent Remmington. 
Fred Julius Singleton, b 11 March 1934 at St. Anthony, Idaho, md 15 August 1953 Melva Nadine Taylor. 
Patsy Lee Singleton, b 2 June 1938, md 20 December 1957 Doyle Leon Ottesen. 
John Brent Singleton, b 12 December 1945 at Rexburg, Idaho, md 12 August 1964 Terri Kamachi. 

Ada Glover Allen record. 

DOPP 

(Alda Allen 6 - John Julius 5 - Samuel 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

501. ALDA ALLEN , b 1 September 1906 at Lewiston, Cache County, Utah, md 3 May 1932 Cecil Henry Dopp, 
b 4 June 1906 at Clifton, Idaho, d 28 February 1964, son of Henry Carlos and Mary I. (Henderson) Dopp. 
Alda is daughter of John Julius and Ada (Glover) Allen. 

Children: 

Carma Jane Dopp, b 15 January 1943 at Council, Idaho, md 12 June 1965 Dale Bosworth. 

Ada Glover Allen record. 

ALLEN 

(William Glover Allen 6 - John Julius 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

502. WILLL^M GLOVER ALLEN , b 16 May 1914 at Parker, Fremont County, Idaho, son of John Julius and Ada 
(Glover) Allen, md 20 May 1935 Verda Dopp, b 3 October 1914 at Burley, Idaho, daughter of Henry 
Carlos and Mary Idell (Henderson) Dopp. 

Children: 

Dorothy Renee Allen, b 11 January 1936, md 20 February 1958 Gary Fred Birch. 

Caroline Allen, b 1 May 1938, d 28 April 1951. 

Billie Idell Allen, b 8 January 1940, md 5 June 1958 Henry Markert. 

Bert James Allen, b 29 November 1942, d 10 January 1943. 

Ada Joe Allen, b 23 May 1949, stillborn. 

Ada Glover Allen record. 



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ALLEN 



(Jack Conrad Allen 6 - John Julius 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
504. JACK CONRAD ALLEN , b 8 December 1919 at DuBois, Idaho, son of John Julius and Ada (Glover) AUen, 
md 3 November 1941 Belva Marie Jeff, daughter of Lorenzo and Afton (Henderson) Jeff. 



Children: 

Sharon Ann AUen, b 20 October 1943, md 11 August 1961 Herbert Craghead. 

Jack md 2nd Laura Van devere Budd. 



ALLEN 

(Ted James Allen 6 - John Julius 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

505. TED JAMES ALLEN , b 21 July 1922 at DuBois, Idaho, son of John Julius and Ada (Glover) Allen, md 
3 September 1948 Helen LaDru Owens, b 29 December 1926, daughter of Thomas Walter and Mary 
Elizabeth (Harrison) Owens. 

Children: 

Sheila Allen, b 12 October 1946 at St. Anthony, Idaho. 
Ted James Allen, b 22 March 1948 at Idaho Falls, Idaho. 
Donald G. Allen, b 4 March 1953 at Ashton, Idaho. 
Rex Owens Allen, b 4 January 1956. 

Ada G. Allen record. 

ANGELL 

(Blanch Allen 6 - John Julius 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

506. BLANCH ALLEN , b 31 October 1925 at St. Anthony, Idaho, daughter of John Julius and Ada (Glover) 
Allen, md 26 December 1944 Saloman Elmer Angell, b 9 December 1925 at Chester, Idaho, son of 
Saloman Elmer and Marie (Rose) Angell. 

Children: 

Tommie Morris Angell, b 5 August 1946 at St. Anthony, Idaho. 
Jerry Lynn Angell, b 20 July 1952. 

Casey Dean Angell, b 2 August 1955 at St, Anthony, Idaho. 
Bonnie Marie Angell, b 3 March 1960 at St. Anthony, Idaho. 
Billie Joe Angell, b 31 January 1964. 

Record of Ada Glover Allen. 

ALLEN 

(Chester Francis Alien 6 - John Julius 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

507. CHESTER FRANCIS ALLEN , b 3 April 1938 at St. Anthony, Idaho, son of John Julius and Ada (Glover) 
Allen, md 18 July 1947 Ruth Lois Baner. b 27 February 1930, daughter of Conrad H. and Grace (Rudolph) 
Baner. 

Children: (all born at St. Anthony, Idaho) 

Ada Kay Allen, b 18 November 1948. 
Daniel Bryant Allen, b 15 January 1950. 
Dennis W. Allen, b 22 January 1951. 
Penny Allen, b 19 February 1953. 
Jace Allen, b 23 October 1957. 
Kelley Allen, b 7 November 1962. 

Record of Ada Glover Allen. 



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WOOD 

(Caroline Maria Allen 6 - Francis Marion 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

508. CAROLINE MARIA ALLEN , b 19 September 1915 at Hawkins Basin, Idaho, daughter of Francis Marion 
and Mary Isabelle (Putnam) Allen, md 16 November 1940 William Albert Wood, b 8 January 1910 at 
Lewiston, Cache County, Utah, son of Heber G. and Delila Emely (Rogers) Wood. 

Children: 

Carol Ann Wood, b 4 September 1941 at Boise, Idaho, md 31 January 1964 Harry R. Badger. 

William Dean Wood, (twin) b 18 March 1946 at Pocatello, Idaho. 

Allen Gene Wood (twin), b 18 March 1946 at Pocatello, Idaho. 

Record of Caroline M. Wood, 
Pocatello, Idaho. 

ALLEN 

(Samuel James Allen 6 - Francis Marion S - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

509. SAMUEL JAMES ALLEN, b 15 January 1918 at Hawkins Basin, Idaho, son of Francis Marion and Mary 
Isabell (Putnam) Allen, md 3 December 1942 at Reno, Nevada Kaiherine Jean Matteri, b 5 April 1915 
at Bodega Bay, California, daughter of John Anthony and Maria Kerresa (Maffoili) Matteri. 

Children: 

Donald Richard Allen, b 8 September 1943 in California, md 12 March 1965 Cherl Lynn DeWitt, 
Stanley James Allen, b 6 April 1946 Pocatello, Idaho (twin). 
Steven Kaye Allen, b 6 April 1946 (twin) at Pocatello, Idaho. 
Gary Duane Allen, b 24 June 1947 at Pocatello, Idaho. 

Record of Mrs. Kenneth M. Allen. 

ALLEN 

(Kenneth Marion Allen 6 - Francis Marion 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

510. KENNETH (KENITH) MARION ALLEN , b 23 March 1920 at Marsh Center, Idaho, son of Francis Marion 
and Mary Isabell (Putnam) Allen, md 10 April 1946 Betty Rae Duncan, b 24 October 1928 at Rigby, 
Idaho, daughter of Chester Harold and Jane Eliza (Winterbottom) Duncan. 

Children: 

Linda Rae Allen, b 3 May 1948 at Pocatello, Idaho. 

Gayle Lee Allen, b 8 December 1949 at Idaho Falls, Idaho. 

Karen Lynn Allen, b 29 September 1951 at Downey, Idaho. 

Debra Jo Allen, b 5 October 1954 at Downey, Idaho. 

Jody Elsie Allen, b 18 May 1956 at Downey, Idaho. 

Sheila K. Allen, b 6 February 1959 at Pocatello, Idaho. 

Record of Kenneth Marion Allen, 
Pocatello, Idaho. 

STACEY 

(Twila Mae Allen 6 - Francis Marion 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

511. TWILA MAE ALLEN, b 15 June 1922 at Hawkins Basin, Idaho, daughter of Francis Marion and Mary 
Isabelle (Putnam) Allen, md 26 December 1955 at Elko, Nevada Edward Varnal Stacey, b 17 March 
191_ in Colorado. She md 2nd 12 April 1966 Fredrick P. Theobold. 

Children: 

Deanna Kae Stacey, b 5 April 1945, md 28 May 1964 Lanza Henry O'Neil. 



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512. 



(Beth Eloise Allen 6 - Francis Marion 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
BETH ELOISE ALLEN , b 23 April 1927 at Hawkins Basin, Idaho, daughter of Francis Marion and Mary 
Isabelle (Putnam) Allen, md 6 December 1947 at Pocatello, Idaho, Duane Orgill Lish, b 29 December 
1921 at Onyx, Bannock County, Idaho, son of Claude and Louise (Orgill) Lish. 

Children: (born at Pocatello, Idaho) 

Patricia Maria Lish, b 24 September 1948. 

Mary Lou Lish, b 14 February 1950. 

Duane Orgill Lish, b 1 May 1952, d infant. 

Janis Lee Lish, b 13 May 1954. 

Craig Francis Lish, b 14 August 1956. 

Personal record of Beth A. Lish, 
Allen records in posession of Beth 
Allen Lish, Pocatello, Idaho. 



HENDERSON 

(Emiline lone Allen 6 - Lewis Rial 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
513. EMELINEIONE ALLEN , b 5 April 1910 at Parker, Fremont County, Idaho, daughter of Lewis Rial and 

Lois Emeline (Winegar) Allen, md 6 April 1931 Dallis Elmer Henderson, b 27 September 1898 at Clifton, 

Idaho, son of Orson and Harriet LaVon (Leuvan) Henderson. She md 2nd James Oliver Morris, b 8 

December 1903 at Mansfield, Missouri. 

Children: 

Wayne Allen Henderson, b 10 April 1932 at Glens Ferry, Idaho, md 28 May 1954 Shirley May Russell. 
Maxine Phyllis Henderson, b 7 October 1934 at Glens Ferry, Idaho. 
Douglas Dean Henderson, b 7 August 1941 at Glens Ferry, Idaho. 

Record of Maxine Allen Verville. 



SIMS 



514. 



(Mabel Allen 6 - Lewis Rial 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

MABLE ALLEN , b 29 January 1912 at Parker, Idaho, daughter of Lewis Rial and Lois E. (Winegar) Allen, 
md 20 July 1930 Jesse Colder Sims, b 12 July 1904 at Fairview, Arkansas, d at Sacramento, California, 
son of Thomas LaFayette and Jesse Myrtle (Chalet) Sims. 



Children: 



Joy Lee Sims, b 24 February 1931 at Reed Springs, Missouri, md 1 February 1949 John Willis Luper Jr. 

Ben Lewis Sims, b 6 May 1933 at Glens Ferry, Idaho, md 4 September 1954 Louise P. Ward. 

Jack Thomas Sims, b 10 February 1935 at Glens Ferry, Idaho, md 21 June 1952 Wanda Marie Flack. 

Betty Lois Sims, b 6 December 1938 at Glens Ferry, Idaho, md 10 October 1960 Henri Rogers Lee. 

Ronald Richard Sims, b 28 December 1940 at Glens Ferry, Idaho, md 2 February 1963 Patricia Ann Selerno. 

Jerry Carl Sims, b 24 July 1942 at WendeU, Idaho, d 1964. 

William Allen Sims, b 7 June 1944 at Gooding, Idaho, 

Marelyn Jean Sims, b 18 April 1946 at Glens Ferry, Idaho, md 18 April 1962 Floyd A. Ethington. 

Samuel David Sims, b 27 June 1948 at Sacramento, California. 

Michael Glenn Sims, b 7 January 1950 at Sacramento, California. 

Patrick Lynn Sims, b 2 June 1952 at Sacramento, California. 

Sims family record, record of 
Maxine A. VervUle. 



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BLACKWELL - VINCENT 

(Stella Allen 6 - Lewis Rial 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

515. STELLA ALLEN , b 10 October 1913 at Parker, Idaho, daughter of Lewis Rial and Lois Emeline (Winegar) 
Allen, md 14 August 1932 Melbourn Blackwell, b 2 April 1910 at Glens Feny, Idaho, she md 2nd Kurd Stahl 
Vincent, b 24 December 1894 at Hutchinson, Kansas, md 3 October 1938 at Twin Falls, Idaho. He 

was the son of John F. and Flora Adell (Cox) Vincent. 

Children: (Melbourn Blackwell) 

Margaret Emeline Blackwell, b 2 March 1932, md 1954 Gage Jasperson. 
Leo Paul Blackwell. 

Children: (Vincent) 

John Allen Vincent, b 2 July 1939 at Glens Ferry, Idaho. 

ALLEN 

(Ronald Lewis Allen 6 - Lewis Rial 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

516. RONALD LEWIS ALLEN , b 17 September 1915 at Parker, Idaho, son of Lewis Rial and Lois E. (Winegar) 
Allen, md 20 May 1943 Donna Latham, b 8 March at Afton, Wyoming. 

Children: 

Sandra Kay Allen, b 4 January 1946 at Cheyenne, Wyoming. 

Allen family record. 

MILLER - HEILAND 

(Winifred Allen 6 - Lewis Rial 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

517. WINIFRED ALLEN, b 19 September 1917 at Parker, Idaho, d 7 March 1966 at Weiser, Idaho, daughter 
of Lewis Rial and Lois E. (Winegar) Allen, md Cecil John Miller, md 2nd Adolph Karl Heiland, b 11 
October 1915, son of Frederick and Verena Elizabeth (Meyer) Heiland. 

Children: (Cecil J. Miller) 

Margaret Ann Miller, b 21 March 1939 at Aberleen, Washington. 
Donna Lynn Miller, b 4 March 1942 at Seattle, Washington. 

Children: (Adolph K. Heiland) 

Phillip Karl Heiland, b 15 March 1945 at Seattle, Washington. 
Lois Elizabeth Heiland, b 11 March 1949 at Seattle, Washington. 
Zona Ruth Heiland, b 17 August 1951 at Seattle, Washington. 

Record of Maxine A. Verville. 

VERVILLE 

(Maxine Allen 6 - Lewis Rial 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

518. MAXINE ALLEN , b 29 November 1919 at St. Anthony, Idaho, daughter of Lewis Rial and Lois Emeline 
(Winegar) Allen, md 10 October 1940 at Tacoma, Washington James Arthur Verville, b 10 October 1914 
at Sanburn, Wisconsin, son of Alfred Patrick Verville and Zoe Justine LaVallee. 

Children: 

James Lewis Verville, b 3 November 1942 at Gooding, Idaho, md 5 June 1964 JoAnn Beach. 
Robert Allen Verville, b 19 April 1945, md 17 August 1966 Relva V. Wagstaff. 
Eileen Lynn Verville, b 26 March 1952, d infant. 
Debra Dee Verville, b 5 September 1953. 



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ALLEN 

(Robert Wendell Allen 6 - Lewis Rial 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3- Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
519, ROBERT WENDELL ALLEN, b 10 October 1921 at St. Anthony, Idaho, son of Lewis Rial and Lois E. 

(Winegar) Allen, md 18 April 1942 LucQle Treasure, b 7 March 1924, daughter of James and Martha 

(McClurg) Treasure, md 2nd Madge . 

Children: (Lucille Treasure) 

Gary James Allen, b 24 November 1948 at Pocatello, Idaho. 

Children: (Madge) 

Robert Allen. 



ALLEN 

(Kenneth Eugene Allen 6 - Uwis Rial 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
520. KENNETH EUGENE ALLEN , b 25 March 1924 at Glens Ferry, Idaho, son of Lewis Rial and Lois E. 

(Winegar) Allen, md Vernie Lorene Richards, daughter of Arle and Mary Pearl (Roberts) Richards. 

Children: 

Ronald Albert Allen, b 30 June 1953 at Denver, Colorado. 

Ruth Ann Allen, b 26 June 1954 at Denver, Colorado. 

Kenneth E. Allen, b 18 September 1957 at Denver, Colorado, d 7 June 1960. 

ALLEN 

(Stephen Neil Allen 6 - Lewis Rial 5 - Samuel Jackson 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
522. STEPHEN NEIL ALLEN , b 22 September 1930 at Glens Ferry, Idaho, son of Lewis Rial and Lois E. 

(Winegar) Allen, md 27 July 1950 Beverly Fern Curtis, b 5 August 1932, daughter of Doyle Levi and 

Delores Edna (Bacon) Curtis. 

Children: 

Stephen Lewis Allen, b 15 July 1951 at Pocatello, Idaho. 

Terry Lee Allen, b 15 September 1952. 

Sharon Kay Allen, b 11 February 1955 at Pocatello, Idaho. 

David Allen. 

Cheryl Allen. 

Record of MaxineA. Verville, 
American Fork, Utah. 

SPENCER 

(Mable Winona Allen 6 - Jerry 5 - John Rial 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
530. MABLE WINONA ALLEN , b 28 February 1913 at Teton, Idaho, daughter of Jerry and Emma Bianca 

(Johnson) Allen, md 12 April 1940 Theron Blaine Spencer, b 10 April 1907 at Marysville, Idaho, son 

of Lewis Ruben and Lottie Cromwell (Gribble) Spencer. 

Children: 

Sidney Lavell Spencer, b 18 December 1940 at Teton, Idaho. 

Estelle Spencer, b 26 March 1943 at Teton, Idaho. 

Theron Lewis Spencer, b 14 October 1946 at St. Anthony, Idaho. 



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ALLEN 

(Clifton J. Allen 6 - Jerry 5 - John Rial 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

531. CLIFTON J. ALLEN , b 30 March 1917 at Teton, Idaho, d 3 October 1955, son of Jerry and Emma 

Bianca (Johnson) Allen, md 1st 2 March 1940 at St. Anthony Vida Valeria Hurst, md 2nd Ruth Barnes, 
b 20 January 1926 at Ogden, Utah, daughter of Alfred Emory and Dorothy Virginia (Tracy) Barnes. 

Children: (Vida Valeria Hurst) 

Jerry Clyff Allen, b 21 January 1941 at St. Anthony, Idaho. 

Children: (Ruth Barnes) 

Glenn R. Allen, b 25 October 1946 at Rexburg, Idaho. 
Janice Allen, b 27 January 1948 at Rexburg, Idaho. 
Gary Morel Allen, b 4 June 1949 at Rexburg, Idaho. 
Ralph Emory Allen, b 11 July 1952 at Rexburg, Idaho. 
Kathleen Allen (adopted), b 9 January 1944. 

Jerry Allen record. 

BAY LIFE 

(Sara Bell Allen 6 - Jerry 5 - John Rial 4 - James 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
533. SARA BELL ALLEN , b 11 July 1924 at Teton, Idaho, daughter of Jerry and Emma Bianca (Johnson) Allen, 

md 18 December 1940 at Logan, Utah Albert Doaris Bayliff, b 15 April 1920. 

Children: 

Laurell Cleon Bayliff, b 22 January 1942 at Teton, Idaho, d infant. 
Ann Renea Bayliff, b 15 November 1946 at St. Anthony, Idaho. 
Carol Jean Bayliff, b 2 April 1951 at St. Anthony, Idaho. 
Allen J. Bayliff, b 28 September 1953 at St, Anthony, Idaho. 



Jerry Allen family record, Teton, 
Idaho. 



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RANDALL 

(Alfred Harvey Randall 6 - Susan Tempy 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
539. ALFRED HARVEY RANDALL , b 4 October 1892 at Tuba, Arizona, son of Alfred Bradley and Susan Tempy 

(Allen) Randall, md 8 October 1914 Lena Straton, b 18 September 1895 at Snowflake, Arizona. 

Children: 

Raymond Harvey Randall, b 21 December 1915 at Joseph City, Arizona, md Fay Green. 

Maurine Randall, b 6 September 1917 at Joseph City, Arizona, md 9 November 1923 Milton Henry 

Despain. 
Alfred Norman Randall, b 5 January 1920 at Pine, Gila, Arizona, md 3 September 1946 Verna L. Kutch. 
Tempy Randall, b 11 November 1921, d infant. 

Nelda Randall, b 9 August 1923, md 13 February 1960 Lester Grant Brinkerhoff. 
Fern Randall, b 8 February 1925 at Joseph City, Arizona, md William Lee Kutch. 
Larana Randall, b 5 December 1927 at Joseph City, Arizona, md January 1945 Arthur Milton Whiting. 
Doyle Stratton Randall, b 8 December 1929, md 31 January 1952 Jaqueline Gay Allen. 
Ardene Randall, b 3 July 1931 at Snowflake, Arizona, md Dallis Willard Guttery Jr. 
Beth Randall, b 23 February 1933 at Joseph City, Arizona, md Les Dean Gardner. 
Evelyn Randall, b 23 March 1935, md 8 October 1955 Delwin H. Solomon. 
Ina Randall, b 3 August 1936, md 21 June 1957 Kile Riggs MacDonald. 

Alfred Randall record. Church records. 

RANDALL 

(Raymond Harvey Randall 7 - Alfred H. 6 - Susan Tempy 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
RAYMOND HARVEY RANDALL , b 21 December 1915 at Joseph City, Arizona, md Fay Green. 

Children: 

Joan Randall, b 28 February 1941 at San Diego, California. 
Alfred Raymond Randall, b 28 January 1942. 
Nick Harvey Randall, b 28 August 1944. 
Margaret (Peggy) Randall, b 17 June 1950. 

DESPAIN 

(Maurine Randall 7 - Alfred Harvey 6 - Susan Tempy 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
MAURINE RANDALL , b 6 September 1917 at Joseph City, Arizona, md 9 November 1933 Milton Henry 
DeSpain, 

Children: 

Ted Allen DeSpain, b 13 September 1940. 
Jack E. DeSpain, b 23 August 1943. 
Marlene DeSpain, b 26 December 1946. 
Jay Randall DeSpain, b 17 October 1949. 
Lindy or Sindy DeSpain, b 3 April 1951. 

RANDALL 

(Alfred Norman Randall 7 - Alfred Harvey 6 - Susan Tempy 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ALFRED NORMAN RANDALL , b 5 January 1920 at Pine, Gila, Arizona, md 3 September 1946 Verna L. Kutch. 

Children: 

Roger Norman Randall, b 2 May 1950. 
Jayne Randall, b 18 December 1951. 
Lynn Allen Randall, b 26 February 1953. 
Lee Ann Randall, b 29 May 1955. 



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KUTCH 

(Fern Randall 7 - Alfred Harvey 6 - Susan Tempy 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
FERN RANDALL , b 8 February 1925 at Joseph City, Arizona, md William Lee Kutch. 

Children: 



h Brenda Lee Kutch, b 24 June 1953 at Pasadena, California. 

Milton Charles Kutch, b 28 December 1954, 
Randall Albert Kutch, b 6 February 1956. 



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WHITING 

(Larana Randall 7 - Alfred Harvey 6 - Susan Tempy 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
LARANA RANDALL , b 5 December 1927 at Joseph City, Arizona, md January 1945 Arthur Milton 
Whiting. 

Children: 

Richard Bruce Whiting, b 12 April 1949 at Holbrook, Arizona. 
Gordon K. Whiting, b 9 September 1952 at Kanab, Utah. 
Janis Whiting, b 12 October 1955 at Kanab, Utah. 

RANDALL 

(Doyle Stratton Randall 7 - Alfred Harvey 6 - Susan Tempy 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
DOYLE STRATTON RANDALL , b 8 December 1929, md 31 January 1952 Jaqueline Gay Allen. 

Children: 

Pamelia Gay Randall, b 21 October 1954, stillborn. 
Alfred Blaine Randall, b 9 March 1956. 
Sharon Randall, b 15 September 1957. 
Robert Allen Randall, b 22 December 1958. 
Christopher Neal Randall, b 28 September 1960. 
Milton Gregory Randall, b 2 March 1963. 

GUTTERY 

(Ardene Randall 7 - Alfred Harvey 6 - Susan Tempy 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ARDENE RANDALL , b 3 July 1931 at Snowflake, Arizona, md Dallis Willard Guttery Jr. 

Children: 

Catherine Ann Guttery, b 28 April 1954 at Holbrook, Arizona. 
Jaqueline Kay Guttery, b 18 March 1956 at Holbrook, Arizona. 
Karen Sue Guttery, b 28 December 1957 at Holbrook, Arizona. 
John Dallis Guttery, b 2 January 1960. 



846. 



GARDNER 

(Beth Randall 7 - Alfred Harvey 6 - Susan Tempy Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
BETH RANDALL , md Leo Dean Gardner. 

Children: 



Michael Trent Gardner, b 15 December 1954 at Holbrook, Arizona. 
Robert Dean Gardner, b 21 January 1958 at Holbrook, Arizona. 



SOLOMON 

(Evelyn Randall 7 - Alfred Harvey 6 - Susan Tempy Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
EVELYN RANDALL, md Delwin H. Solomon. 

Children: 



Delwin Brent Solomon, b 23 March 1956 at McNary, Arizona. 
Evelyn Rene Solomon, b 8 July 1957. 
Alfred Mark Solomon, b 3 January 1959. 



MACDONALD 

(Ina Randall 7 - Alfred Harvey 6 - Susan Tempy 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
INA RANDALL , md Kyle Riggs MacDonald. 

Children: 

Tammie MacDonald, b 16 June 1958. 
Tempe Sue MacDonald, b 21 March 1960. 



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RANDALL 

(Rial Melvin Randall 6 - Susan Tempy Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

540. RLAL MELVIN RANDALL , b 16 November 1899 at Tuba City, Arizona, son of Alfred Bradley and Susan 
Temprance (Allen) Randall, md 9 September 1921 at Salt Lake City, Utah Mable Ann Rogers, b 25 June 
1901 at Lehi, Maracopa, Arizona, daughter of George Samuel and Avis L. Leavitt Rogers. 

Children: 

Pearl Randall, b 8 August 1922 at Joseph City, Arizona, md 2 May 1947 Delwood Carlos Brinton. 
Alta Randall, b 8 July 1924 at Joseph City, Arizona, md 29 November 1947 Wayne Standage. 
Bertha Randall, b 21 June 1926 at Mesa, Arizona, md 16 May 1952 LeRoy Stark Smith. 
Rial Allen Randall, b 14 August 1928 at Mesa, Arizona, md 9 July 1949 Jaqueline llene Cox. 
Wayne W. Randall, b 17 December 1930 at Mesa, Arizona, md July 1952 Jolene Jensen. 

BRINTON 

(Pearl Randall 7 - Rial Melvin 6 - Susan Tempy Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
PEARL RANDALL , md Dilworth Carlos Brinton. 

Children: (all born at Mesa, Arizona) 

Dilworth Carlos Brinton, b 19 January 1948. 
Barbara Brinton, b 24 August 1949. 
Robert Wayne Brinton, b 15 October 1951. 
Richard Randall Brinton, b 25 February 1955. 
Ann Randall Brinton, b 3 August 1958. 

STANDAGE 

(Alta Randall 7 - Rial Melvin 6 - Susan Tempy Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ALTA RANDALL, md Wayne Standage. 

Children: (all born at Mesa, Arizona) 

Wayne Phillip Standage, b 11 December 1950. 
Edward Rial Standage, b 24 February 1954. 
Charles Allen Standage, b 23 September 1956. 
Jeannette Standage, b 29 August 1959. 

Rogers -Randall records. 

SMITH 

(Bertha Randall 7 - Rial Melvin 6 - Susan Tempy Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
BERTHA RANDALL, md LeRoy Stark Smith. 

Children: (born at Mesa, Arizona) 



Tomie Smith, b 28 March 1953. 
Elizabeth Smith, b 30 March 1955. 
Becky Smith, b 24 August 1956. 
Melvin LeRoy Smith, b 16 May 1958. 
Kay Randall Smith, b 8 February 1960. 



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RANDALL 

(Rial Randall 7 - Rial Melvin 6 - Susan Tempy Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
RLAL RANDALL , md Jaqueline llene Cox. 

Children: (born at Mesa, Arizona) 

Gary Randall, b 25 January 1950. 
Ginger Randall, b 8 January 1951. 
Shelly Randall, b 22 December 1952. 

RANDALL 

(Wayne W. Randall 7 - Rial Melvin 6 - Susan Tempy Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
WAYNE W. RANDALL, md Jalene Jensen. 

Children: 

Bradley Randall, b 10 July 1953. 
Terry Lynn Randall, b 21 January 1955. 
Ronald Randall. 



Brent Randall. 



Rogers -Randall records. 



WHIPPLE 

(Grace Randall 6 - Susan Tempy Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
541. GRACE RANDALL , b 12 October 1905 at Joseph City, Arizona, daughter of Alfred Bradley and Susan 

Temperance (Allen) Randall, md 28 August 1926 Orson Temple Whipple, b 19 May 1904 at Show Low, 

Ari-.-.ona, son of Willard and Emma Melissa (Oliver) Whipple, d 25 August 1964. 

Children: 

Edna Sibyl Whipple, b 24 March 1923 at White River, Arizona, md 22 January 1948 Paul Wendell Allen. 

Howard Eugene Whipple, b 12 September 1929 at Show Low, Arizona, md 5 January 1955 Dorothy Davis. 

Wendell Oliver Whipple, b 9 February 1933 at Show Low, Arizona, md 12 July 1952 lone Pearce. 

Marva Whipple, b 24 November 1935 at Show Low, Arizona, md 11 September 1955 Edmond G. Montgomery. 

Fred Merlin Whipple, b 5 January 1937 at Show Low, Arizona, md 11 September 1959 Irva Reeves. 

Patsy Joan Whipple, b 28 January 1939 at Show Low, Arizona, md 25 October 1957 Richard R. Tedder. 

Noris R. Whipple, b 21 November 1940 at Show Low, Arizona, md October 1961 Marlou Wright. 

Boise Willard Whipple, b 13 May 1944 at Holbrook, Arizona, d infant. 

Narvel Peter Whipple, b 15 September 1947 at McNary, Arizona. 

Bryon Dale Whipple, b 5 September 1949 at McNary, Arizona. 

Record of Sibyl Whipple Allen, Taylor, 

Arizona. 



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SANBORN 

(May Randall 6 - Susan Tempy Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

542. MAY RANDALL , b 15 May 1908 at Pine, Gila, Arizona, daughter of Alfred Bradley and Susan Tempy 
(Allen) Randall, md 14 May 1926 at Holbrook, Arizona, Clarence Gayland Sanborn, b 24 June 1906, son 
of Clarence Burton and Estella (Emery) Sanborn. 

Children: 

Robert Sanbom, b 23 July 1928 at Joseph City, Arizona, d infant. 

Shirley May Sanborn, b 2 July 1930, md 7 April 1950 James Donald Jones. 

Susan Estella Sanborn, b 30 April 1925, md 30 December 1950 Hyrum Hancock Jr. 

Linda Sanborn, b June 1944 at Mesa, Arizona. 

Randall records, Church records, May 
Randall Sanborn family records. 

HANCOCK 

(Susan Estella Sanborn 7 - May Randall 6 - Susan Tempy /lien 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
SUSAN ESTELLA SANBORN , daughter of May (Randall) and Clarence Gayland Sanborn, md Hyrum Smith 
Hancock, Jr. 

Children: 

Penny Sue Hancock, b 28 June 1953 at Mesa, Arizona. 
Stephanie Gene Hancock, b 19 July 1955. 
Kevin Allen Hancock, b 25 December 1956. 
Stephen Craig Hancock, b 29 June 1958. 

DESPAIN 

(Ivy Randall 6 - Susan Tempy Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

543. IVY RANDALL , b 6 February 1911 at Joseph City, Arizona, daughter of Alfred Bradley and Susan Tempy 
(Allen) Randall, md 24 July 1929 Charles DeSpain, b 5 May 1908 at Joseph City, Arizona, son of David 
Sylvester and Rosalie (Gilispie) DeSpain. 

Children: 

Bertha Jean DeSpain, b 7 October 1930, md 14 January 1949 Hal Davis Porter. 

Yveth DeSpain, b 11 October 1937 at Holbrook, Arizona. 

Charles Bradley DeSpain, b 28 October 1939 at Holbrook, Arizona. 

TANNER 

(Hartwell F. Tanner 6 - Ann Elizabeth Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

544. HARTWELL F. TANNER , b 11 September 1894 at Tuba, Arizona, son of Frederick and Ann Elizabeth (Allen) 
Tanner, md 7 June 1917 Lula Mae Shumway, b 24 February 1898 at Taylor, Arizona, daughter of James 
Jardine and Mariah Annette (Hatch) Shumway. 

Children: 

Lorene Tanner, b 9 June 1918 at Joseph City, Navajo County, Arizona. 

Lovina Tanner, b 11 February 1920. 

Glenna Tanner, b 18 May 1921. 

Richard Hartwell Tanner, b 16 December 1922. 

Annette Tanner, b 4 January 1932. 

Record of Ann Elizabeth (Allen) Tanner, 

Ogden, Utah. 



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DAVIS 

(Myrtle Tanner 6 - Ann Elizabeth Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

545. MYRTLE TANNER , b 25 June 1896 at Tuba, Arizona, daughter of Frederick and Ann Elizabeth (Allen) 
Tanner, md 8 February 1919 at Winslow. Arizona Bryant Perry Davis, b 11 September 1898. son of Dennis 
Dent and Elizabeth Phoebe (Perry) Davis. 

Children: 

Freda Fern Davis, b 31 July 1919 at Joseph City, Arizona. 
Bryant Perry Davis, b 1 September 1920. 
Margie Davis, b 7 April 1922. 
Lola Mae Davis, b 10 May 1927. 

Ann Tanner record. 

TANNER 

(Ivan James Tanner 6 - Ann Elizabeth Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

546. IVAN JAMES TANNER , b 10 January 1900 at Tuba, Arizona, son of Frederick and Ann Elizabeth (Allen) 
Tanner, md 24 April 1928 at Kingman, Arizona, Grace DeSpain, b 4 January 1912, daughter of David 
S. and Rozillia (Gillispie) DeSpain. 

PETERSON 

(Nell Tanner 6 - Ann Elizabeth Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

547. NELL TANNER , b 10 August 1902, daughter of Frederick and Ann E. (Allen) Tanner, md 30 May 1921 
Parley Pratt Peterson, b 30 January 1896 at Pinedale, Arizona, d 9 October 1934 at Winslow, son of Nels 
and Mary (Martensen) Pfeterson. 

Children: 

Doris Jean Peterson, b 22 December 1924 at Joseph City, Arizona. 
Lila Peterson, b 27 May 1927. 

Record given in 1934. Probably others 

in families. 

DAVIS 

(Evelyn Allen 6 - James Lewis 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

555. EVELYN ALLEN , b 16 July 1917 at Wallsburg, Utah, daughter of James Lewis and Leona (Ford) Allen, md 
23 April 1936 Willard LaMar Davis. 

Children: 

Jacque Mignon Davis, b 17 February 1937 at Wallsburg. Utah, md 31 March 1964 Bruce Neilson. 
Allen L. Davis, b 14 May 1944 at Heber City, Utah. 

Evelyn Allen Davis record. 

ALLEN 

(James Ford Allen 6 - James Lewis 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

556. JAMES FORD ALLEN , b 6 November 1918. son of James Lewis and Leona (Ford) Allen, md 23 August 1948 
Karen Lloyd. In December 1963 she died. 

Children: 

Daryle Allen, b 10 November 1951 at Heber City, Utah. 
James Clair Allen, b 18 August 1959 at Provo, Utah. 



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MIDDLESWORTH 

(Maurice Allen 6 - James Lewis 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

557. MAURICE ALLEN , b 24 December 1919, md 21 March 1948 Glen S. Middleworth. She was the daughter 
of James Lewis and Leona (Ford) Allen. 

Children: 

Maurice Middlesworth, b June 1951. 
Holly Middlesworth, b 23 December 1952. 
Scott Middlesworth. 

MURRAY 

(Helen Gladys Allen 6 - James Lewis 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

558. HELEN GLADYS ALLEN , b 1 September 1922, daughter of James L. and Leona (Ford) Allen, md 10 August 
1940 Russell Hardy Murray. 

Children: 

Sandra Murray, b 10 August 1941, md 22 November 1961 Lloyd D. Hale. 

Maurice Murray, b 8 May 1943, md Russell Lay 10 June 1951. 

James Lynn Murray, b 25 July 1949. 

David Russell Murray, b 28 September 1953. 

Laurel Robin Murray, b 18 October 1955. 

Cindy Fae Murray (twin), b 19 January 1957. 

Candy Kae Murray (twin), b 19 January 1957. 

Betty Renae Murray, b 2 May 1958. 

Tamara Sue Murray, b 2 December 1959 at Pocatello, Idaho. 

Evelyn Davis record. 

BRINKERHOFF 

(Wendell R. Brinkerhoff 6 - Nancy Adeline Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

559. WENDALLR. BRINKERHOFF , b 1 January 1905 at Joseph City, Arizona, son of David and Nancy Adeline 
(Allen) Brinkerhoff, md 20 October 1924 at Mt. Cornnick, Utah Ethel Stella Hutchings, b 17 April 1909 
at Brookline, Sevier County, Utah, daughter of and Ethel (D alley) Hutchings. 

Children: (all born in Millard County, Utah) 

Delbert A. Brinkerhoff, b 31 August 1925. 

James O. Brinkerhoff, b 13 August 1927, d 4 December 1947. 

Fay W. Brinkerhoff, b 21 November 1928, md 11 September 1949 Wanda May Langley. 

Ray H. Brinkerhoff, b 6 March 1931, md 2 April 1952 Geraldine Ann Larsen. 

Pearl Brinkerhoff, b 10 October 1933, md 1 November 1950 Melvin Robinson Jr. 

Golda Brinkerhoff, b 20 September 1935. 

Earl Brinkerhoff, b 8 April 1938. 

Ginger Brinkerhoff, b 28 May 1943. 

Brinkerhoff - A Hen records, marriage 

records. 



352 



BRINKHIHOFF 

(Walter Brinkerhoff 6 - Nancy AdeHne Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Uwis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
560 WALTER BRINKERHOFF , b at Alamo, Utah, son of David A. and Nancy Adeline (Allen) Brinkerhoff, 

md Viola Johnson, b 12 June 1910 at Meadow, Millard County, Utah, daughter of Harry and Mary Ethel 

(Bushnell) Johnson. 

Children: 

Allen J. Brinkerhoff, b 20 July 1929, md 14 July 1955 Ada Irene (Dorene) Sneddon. 
DeVoy Brinkerhoff, b 8 August 1931. 
Val Brinkerhoff, b 5 February 1940. 

Family records. 

BRINKERHOFF 

(Franklin A. Brinkerhoff 6 - Nancy Adeline Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

561. FRANKLIN A. BRINKERHOFF , b 23 March 1909 at Alamo, Nevada, son of David A. and Nancy Adeline 
(Allen) Brinkerhoff, md 4 December 1933 Partia Carling, b 4 March 1915 at Fillmore, Utah, daughter 
of Frank and Lucy Ann (Barkdull) Carling. 

Children: (all born at Fillmore, Utah) 

Gwenith Brinkerhoff, b 24 May 1935, md 16 August 1955 Robert A. Romans, Jr. 
Gena Brinkerhoff, b 7 November 1936, md 19 December 1953 Tresa Castells. 
Gladys June Brinkerhoff, b 23 June 1939. 
Ivin F. Brinkerhoff, b 16 January 1943. 
Earnest C. Brinkerhoff, b 28 December 1945. 
Leah Ann Brinkerhoff, b 22 February 1947. 

CHRISTENSEN 

(Marguerite Brinkerhoff 6 - Nancy Adeline Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

562. MARGUERITE BRINKERHOFF , b 2 March 1911 at Alamo, Nevada, daughter of David A. and Nancy 

Adeline (Allen) Brinkerhoff, md 25 February 1943 Irvin Louis Christensen, b 10 November 1911 at Mt. Pleasant 
Utah, son of Joseph C. and Friedericke Marie (Jensen) Christensen. 

Children: (born at Fillmore, Utah) 

Fred Irvine Christensen, b 15 September 1944. 
Walter Bevan Christensen, b 6 February 1947. 
Susan Dawn Christensen. 
James Andrew Christensen, b 15 August 1956. 

Christensen records, 

BRINKERHOFF 

(Rial Ora Brinkerhoff 6 - Nancy Adeline Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

563. RIAL ORA BRINKERHOFF . b 18 June 1917 at Alamo, Nevada, son of David A. and Nancy Adeline (Allen) 
Brinkerhoff, md 30 December 1938 Leona Alfreda Carling, b 1930, daughter of Frank and Lucy Ann (Barkdull) 
Carling. 

Children: (born at Fillmore, Utah) 

Larry Rial Carling Brinkerhoff, b 18 January 1939. 
LaVern Brinkerhoff, b 4 March 1941. 



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ROBINSON 

(Florence Brinkerhoff 6 - Nancy Adeline Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

564. FLORENCE BRINKERHOFF , b 4 April 1922 at McCornnick, Utah, daughter of David A. and Nancy Adeline 
(Allen) Brinkerhoff, md 19 December 1941 Howard Olmon Robinson, b 4 September 1916 at Fillmore, Utah 
son of Proctor H. and Mary Matilda (Felt) Robinson. 

Children: (all born at Long Beach, California) 

Caroline Robinson, b 17 Match 1944. 
David Howard Robinson, b 30 August 1945. 
Judith Robinson, b 13 June 1950. 
Robin Elaine Robinson, b 19 May 1954. 

Brinkerhoff - Robinson records. 

CHRISTENSEN 

(Edna Brinkerhoff 6 - Nancy Adeline Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

565. EDNA BRINKERHOFF , b 13 November 1923, daughter of David and Nancy A. (Allen) Brinkerhoff, md 
Archie Christensen, brother of Irvin. 

Children: 

Katherine Nancy Christensen, b 27 August 1945. 
Lester Joseph Christensen, b 24 May 1953. 
Kevin Archie Christensen, b 22 June 1950. 
Eldon Rial Christensen, b 12 April 1956. 

WILSON 

(Donna Brinkerhoff 6 - Nancy Adeline Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

566. DONNA BRINKERHOFF , b 12 October 1926, daughter of David and Nancy Brinkerhoff, md 2 July 1952 
Russell Wilson. 

Children: 

Russell John Wilson, b 4 November 1954. 
Lawrence Wilson, b 27 February 1957. 



HOLBROOK 

(Lawrence Allen 6 - Margaret Jane 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
567. LAWRENCE ALLEN HOLBROOK , b 21 June 1906 at Ogden, Utah, son of Eugene Edgar and Mgt. Jane 

(Allen) Holbrook, md 24 June 1929 Coelin Arvilla Ross, b 14 October 1903 at Ogden, Utah, daughter 

of Aaron Covington and Tirzah Adeline (Belnap) Ross. 

Children: (all born at Ogden, Utah) 

Allen Ross Holbrook, b 18 March 1932, md 9 July 1952 Evalyn Louise Cambridge. 
Dora Holbrook. b 24 February 1935, md 19 September 1951 Calvin Van Haueter. 
Mary Lou Holbrook, b S October 1936, md 22 April 1955 Presley Don Moon. 
Gail Holbrook, b 27 October 1940, md 8 October 1959 Eugene Carlyle Haskell. 

Mrs. Gail Haskell record. 



354 



VAN ALFEN 

(Mgt. Eugene Holbrook 6 - Mgt. Jane Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

568. MARGARET EUGENE HOLBROOK , b 6 January 1908 at Ogden, Utah, daughter of Eugene Edgar and Mgt. 
Jane (Allen) Holbrook, md 3 June 1929 Nicholas Van Alfen, b 30 September 1906 at Kampen, Holland, 
son of Klaas and Gertrude (Spies) Van Alfen, 

Children: (born at Ogden, Utah) 

Curtis Nicholas Van Alfen, b 30 October 1935, md 3 June 1955 Jannette G. Bieler. 
Sheralin Jean Van Alfen, b 29 March 1938, md 3 August 1956 Darrell Kent White. 

Mrs, Darrell K, White record. 

HOLBROOK 

(Walter Herbert Holbrook 6 - Margaret Jane Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

569. WALTER HERBERT HOLBROOK , b 9 December 1911 at Ogden, Utah, son of Eugene Edgar and Margaret 
Jane (Allen) Holbrook, md 28 May 1924 at Salt Lake City, Utah Connie Lavern Jorgensen, b 19 October 
1911 at Logan, Utah, daughter of Wm. Henry and Elizabeth Ann (Andrews) Jorgensen. 

Children: (all born at Ogden, Weber County, Utah) 

Walter Reed Holbrook, b 12 May 1935, md 9 September 1955 Carol LaVeme Parker, div. , md 2nd 28 

Match 1958 Penny Kay Myers. 
Cheryl Joan Holbrook, b 29 March 1938, md 21 August 1957 Juergen Fredrick Sass. 
Jean Ann Holbrook, b 17 October 1941, md 8 September 1960 John Phillip Mathews. 
Boyd Lynn Holbrook, b 24 December 1947, md 16 July 1965 Carlene Weese. 
Elaine Janet Holbrook, b 22 October 1947. 

Walter H. Holbrook record. 



CALL 



570. 



(Dorothy Holbrook 6 - Margaret Jane Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
DOROTHY HOLBROOK , b 20 June 1914, daughter of Eugene Edgar and Margaret Jane (Allen) Holbrook, 
md 22 October 1934 at Blackfoot, Idaho Kent Robert Call, b 20 February 1912 at Syracuse, Utah, son 
of William Warren Call. 



Children: 



571. 



Karen Lynn Call, b 12 September 1935 at Ogden, Utah. 
Kent Wayne Call, b 3 November 1937 at Ogden. Utah. 
Kimball Steven Call, b 24 February 1942 at Ogden, Utah. 

HOLBROOK 

(Alben Edwin Holbrook 6 - Mgt. Jane Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
EDWIN ALBERT HOLBROOK , b 4 December 1918 at Ogden, Utah, son of Eugene Edgar and Margaret 
Jane (Allen) Holbrook, md 7 August 1941 at Evanston, Wyoming Mildred Child, b 29 October 1920, 
daughter of Glen Wm. and Blanch E. (Russell) Child. 

Children: (born at Ogden, Utah) 

Steven Edwin Holbrook, b 12 July 1943. 

Scott Kenneth Holbrook, b 7 December 1946. 

Shelley Ann Holbrook, b 20 September 1949. 

Mrs. Coaline R. Holbrook record. 
Church and marriage records. 



355 

BRINKERHOFF 

(Lloyd Allen Brinkerhoff 6 - Phoebe Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
511. LLOYD ALLEN BRINKERHOF F. b 9 July 1915 at Provo, Utah, son of Joseph and Phoebe (Allen) Brinkerhoff, 

md 4 February 1938 Regina Smith, b 9 December 1917 at Snowflake, Arizona, daughter of Burton Rush 

and Jessie (Ballard) Smith. 

Children: 

James Allen Brinkerhoff, b 17 July 1945 at Tucson, Arizona. 
Mary Ann Brinkerhoff, b 20 December 1954 at Tipton, Oklahoma. 

JOHNSON 

(Josephine Brinkerhoff 6 - Phoebe Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

578. JOSEPHINE BRINKERHOFF . b 5 August 1917 at Provo, Utah, daughter of Joseph and Phoebe (Allen) 
Brinkerhoff, md 14 February 1938 William Bernard Johnson, b 13 January 1916 at Jerome, Arizona, son 
of Joseph Malcolm and Kate (Rhodes) Johnson. 

Children: 

Jeneen Johnson, b 7 December 1938, md 19 August 1961 Norma Jay Ball. 

JoAnn Johnson, b 20 May 1940, md 9 September 1960 Leonard Dahle Hadden. 

Wm. Bernard Johnson, Jr., b 18 September 1942 at Long Beach, Los Angeles, California. 

Janet Kay Johnson, b 24 January 1946 at Long Beach, Los Angeles, California, md 21 December 1963 

Morey Glenn Stinson. 
Barry Allen Johnson, b 15 October 1954. 

Johnson-Brinkerhoff records. 

BRINKERHOFF 

( Ralph Allen 6 - Phoebe 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

579. RALPH ALLEN BRI NKERHOFF , b 8 May 1919 at Millard County, Utah, son of Joseph and Phoebe (Allen) 
Brinkerhoff, md 23 April 1943 Florence Brimhall, b 7 August 1919 at San Jose, California, daughter of 
Don Carlos and Esther Melissa (Openshaw) Brimhall. 

Children: (all born at Mesa, Arizona) 

Ralph Donald Brinkerhoff, b 29 October 1944, md 21 July 1965 Patricia Susan Stevens. 
Douglas Earl Brinkerhoff, b 7 April 1947. 
Joseph David Brinkerhoff, b 4 October 1950. 
Faie Brinkerhoff, b 7 October 1955. 

Brinkerhoff-Brimhall records. 

BRINKERHOFF 

(Rex Allen 6 - Phoebe 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

580. REX ALLEN BRINKERHOFF , b 5 May 1919 at Millard County, Utah, son of Joseph and Phoebe (Allen) 
Brinkerhoff. md 2 December 1949 at Weatherford, Texas Willa Jean Gardner, b 14 April 1930 at 
Mapleton, Kentucky, daughter of Clarence A. and Edna M. (Gillhem) Gardner. 

Children: 

Rex Allen Brinkerhoff Jr. , b 18 September 1950 at Fort Worth, Texas. 

David Lynn Brinkerhoff, b 24 December 1951 in Texas. 

Robert Roy Brinkerhoff, b 20 July 1953 at Santa Monica, California. 



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COOK 

(Bernice Brinkerhoff 6 - Phoebe AUen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

581. BERNICE BRINKERHOFF. b 16 May 1921 in Millard County, Utah, daughter of Joseph and Phoebe (Allen) 
Brinkerhoff, md 12 September 1939 Deward Lynn Cook, b 29 January 1913 at Provo, Utah, son of Robert 
Lynn and RosaUe (Terry) Cook. 

Children: 

Larry Lynn Cook, b 23 February 1941 in Arizona, md 14 November 1964 Barbara Gail Wagner. 

Terry Allen Cook, b 11 June 1942, d 3 April 1946. 

David Lee Cook, b 16 December 1943 at Van Nuys, California. 

Cheryl Cook, b 8 January 1947, md 26 July 1965 Michael Dennis Fruss. 

Eugene B. Cook, b 20 July 1949 at Roosevelt, Utah. 

Debra Cook, b 29 December 1944 at Torrence, Los Angeles, California. 

miNKERHOFF 

pean Allen Brinkerhoff 6 - Phoebe Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

582. DEAN ALLEN BRINKERHOFF, b 5 November 1924 at Woodruff, Arizona, son of Joseph and Phoebe (Allen) 
Brinkerhoff, md 31 December 1956 in New Mexico Barbara Lou Larson, b 9 January 1930 at Phoenix, 
Arizona, daughter of James Alma and Reliah Grace (McBride) Larson. 

Children: 

Venice Barbara Larsen (adopted), b 24 November 1953 at Phoenix, Arizona. 
Brian Dean Brinkerhoff, b 9 October 1957 at Phoenix, Arizona. 
Phoebe Ann Brinkerhoff, b 9 September 1958 at Phoenix, Arizona. 
Erick Larsen Brinkerhoff, b 5 September 1959 at Torrence, California. 
Duane Ross Brinkerhoff, b 18 April 1962 at Mesa, Arizona. 
Shannon Brinkerhoff, b 1964 at Mesa, Arizona. 

BRINKERHOFF 

(Nelson Allen Brinkerhoff 6 - Phoebe Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

583. NELSON ALLEN BRINKERHOFF , b 26 January 1929, son of Joseph and Phoebe (AUen) Brinkerhoff, md 21 
August 1947 at Holbrook, Arizona, Betty Jean Burton, b 15 August 1929 at Holbrook, Arizona, daughter 
of Edgar Duvall and Mae Lucille (Ellis) Burton. 

Children: 

Cynthia Brinkerhoff, b 20 June 1951 at Santa Monica, California. 
Kenneth Burton Brinkerhoff, b 29 July 1953 at Santa Monica, California. 
Bonnie Brinkerhoff, b 6 November 1958 at Palmsdale, California. 
Michael Burton Brinkerhoff, b 19 August 1963 at Los Angeles, California. 

Hatch-Brinkerhoff records. 



359 



HIGBEE 

(Richard Ernest Higbee 6 - Beulah Charlotte Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

584. RICHARD ERNEST HIGBEE , b 13 September 1910 at Alamo. Nevada, son of Ernest P. and Beulah 
Charlotte (Allen) Higbee, md 10 June 1930 Daisy M. Holt, b 1910 at Crofton, Kentucky, daughter of 
Everet and Frances Algeda (Marquess) Holt. 

Children: (all born at Winslow, Navajo County, Arizona) 

Richard Ernest Higbee, b 3 June 1931, md 11 September 1956 Dorothy Harris. 

Wanda Mae Higbee, b 31 January 1934, md 28 June 1956 Mardell Ray Pope. 

Everet Dale Higbee, b 11 June 1936, md 1 June 1959 Janet E. Schulz. 

Richard Higbee family records. 
Church records. 

ROGERS 

(Irene Higbee 6 - Beulah Charlotte Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2- Samuel 1) 

585. IRENE HIGBEE. b 12 December 1912 at Joseph City, Arizona, daughter of Ernest P. and Beulah Charlotte 
(Allen) Higbee, md Roger Arthur Wayman, b 17 June 1910 at Lake Side, Arizona, son of Jesse H. and 
Ida (Tanner) Rogers. 

Children: 

Arthur K. Rogers, b 11 June 1935, md 15 October 1957 Sandra Marlene Magleby. 
Sandra Rogers, b 31 August 1942, d 3 September 1942. 
Richards Rogers, b 27 October 1945 at Phoenix, Arizona. 

Higbee records. 

PUGH 

(Delia Higbee 6 - Beulah Charlotte Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

586. DELLA HIGBEE , b 24 March 1915 at Alamo, Nevada, daughter of Ernest Philetus and Charlotte Beulah 
(Allen) Higbee, md 6 September 1933 Leslie Pugh, b 1 December 1905 at Kanab, Utah, son of Edward 
Kelly and Mariam Eliza (Carling) Pugh. 

Children: (born at Kanab, Utah) 

Leslie Delos Pugh, b 11 June 1934, d 2 September 1943. 

Kent Charles Pugh, b 3 August 1938, md 3 June 1961 Karen Louise Jameson. 

Vicki Jolene Pugh, b 12 August 1945, md 29 November 1963 Arden Ray Seely. 

Larry Dale Pugh, b 29 March 1950. 

Church records. Family records Pugh. 

CAMPBELL 

(Gwenith Higbee 6 - Beulah Charlotte Allen 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

587. GWENITH HIGBEE, md John Lee Campbell. 



NOTE: Numbers 588 - 658 not used in first book of Allen genealogy. 



360 



ALLEN 

(Pearl Allen 6 - Ufayette Collins 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
659. PEARL ALLEN , b 18 October 1909 at Alamo, Lincoln County, Nevada, daughter of Lafayette Collins and 

Sabra May (Higbee) Allen, md 19 September 1935 John Aaron Hemsley, b 16 January 1909 at Piano, 

Madison County, Idaho, son of John and Bertha Leone (Christensen) Hemsley. 

Children: 

Aaron Allen Hemsley, b 6 July 1936 at Idaho Falls, Idaho, md 6 September 1957 Karen Marie Davis. 

Leon "A" Hemsley, b 2 June 1939 at Idaho Falls, Idaho, md Camella Luber 13 August 1965. 

Kent "A" Hemsley (twin), b 25 November 1944 at South Gate, Los Angeles, California. 

"A" Karl Hemsley, (twin), b 25 November 1944 at South Gate, Los Angeles, California. 

Record of Mrs. Pearl A. Hemsley, 
LaHabra, California. 

HEMSLEY 

(Aaron Allen Hemsley 7 - Pearl Allen 6 - Lafayette Collins 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
659a. AARON ALLEN HEMSLEY , b 6 July 1936 at Idaho FaUs, Idaho, son of John Aaron and Pearl (Allen) 

Hemsley, md 6 September 1957 at Los Angeles, California, Karen Marie Davis, b 9 June 1938 at Ogden, 

Utah, daughter of Frank Fay and Hattie May (Payne) Davis. 

Children: 

Kim Lisa Hemsley, b 7 June 1958 at Provo, Utah. 

Gregory Barton Hemsley, b 9 March 1961 at Castro Valley, California. 

Darci Kristin Hemsley, b 2 April 1964 at Fremont, California. 

Kandice Dawn Hemsley, b 4 November 1965 at Fullerton, California. 

Record of Mrs. Pearl A. Hemsley, 
LaHabra, California. 



Lafayette Collins Allen first lived in Alamo, Lincoln County, Nevada, where the first three children were 
born. Some time before 1916 the family moved to Idaho where their seven other children were born. 
Lafayette Collins Allen No. 311 this record. 



361 

CONRAD 

(Josephine Allen 6 - Lafayette Collins 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

660. JOSEPHINE ALLEN, b 5 February 1911 at Almo. Lincoln. Nevada, daughter of Lafayette Collins and Sabra 
Mae (Higbee) Allen, md 31 May 1932 Wane Dayton Conrad, b 17 December 1914 at lona, Idaho, son of 
Jasper Crosgrove and Nellie Mariah (Dayton) Conrad. (Wayne sometimes spelled Wane. ) 

Children: 

Ann Conrad, b 21 June 1934 at Idaho Falls, Idaho 

RANDALL 

(Erma Bell Allen 6 - Lafayette Collins 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

661. ERMA BELL ALLEN , b 30 December 1913 at Alamo, Nevada, daughter of Lafayette Collins and Sabra Mae 
(Higbee) Allen, md 28 August 1934 Kermit E. Randall, b 29 May 1909 at Coltman, Idaho, son of Frank and 
Rosabell (Bronson) Randall. 

Children: 

Nina Kay Randall, b 21 June 1941 at Idaho Falls, Idaho, md 19 September 1963 Mike Tipton, div. 

Erma Randall record. 

BLACKMER 

(Mildred Allen 6 - Lafayette Collins 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

662. MILDRED ALLEN , b 18 October 1916 at Darlington, Idaho, daughter of Lafayette Collins and Sabra Mae 
(Higbee) Allen, md 8 November 1940 William Allen Blackmer, b 20 July 1915. son of Lee Allen and 
Hazel (Cahoon) Blackmer. 

Children: 

Chesie Lee Blackmer, b 11 October 1951 at Boise, Idaho. 
William Allen Blackmer, b 6 August 1954 at Boise, Idaho. 

Mildred A. Blackmer record. 

VAUGHN 

(Elizabeth Louisa Allen 6 - Lafayette Collins 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

664. ELIZABETH LOUISA (BETTY) ALLEN , b 3 March 1921 at Mackey. Idaho, daughter of Lafayette Lewis and 
Sabra Mae (Higbee) Allen, md June 1946 Clifford Franklin Vaughn, b 18 February 1920 at Oklahoma City, 
Oklahoma, son of John Franklin and Besse Wilma (Carter) Vaughn. 

Children: 

Catherine Lee Vaughn, b 26 March 1947 at San Francisco. California. 
Barbara Christine Vaughn, b 8 March 1951 at Honolulu, Hawaii. 
Clifford Franklin Vaughn, b 19 March 1955 at West Palm Beach, Florida. 

Allen-Higbee-Webb record. 

ALLEN 

(William Higbee Allen 6 - Lafayette Collins 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

665. WILLIAM HIGBEE ALLEN, b 23 March 1923, no issue. 



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BALLENTINE 

(Ethel May Allen 6 - Lafayette ColUns 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

666. ETHEL MAY ALLEN , b 4 August 1925 at Alamo, Clark County, Nevada, daughter of Lafayette Collins 
and Sabra Mae (Higbee) Allen, md 10 January 1945 at Idaho Falls, Idaho Donald Louis Ballentine, b 23 
August 1926 at Dunsmuir, California, son of Ora Charles and Ethel (Sant) Ballentine. 



Children: 

James Donald Ballentine, b 22 December 1945. 
Jene' Louise Ballentine, b 18 January 1954. 
Brian Todd Ballentine, b 12 November 1955. 
Tobin Bruce Ballentine, b 9 December 1957. 



Allen-Ballentine record, 
California. 



Los Altos, 



ALLEN 

(Lafayette Collins Allen 6 - Lafayette Collins 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

667. LAFAYETTE COLLINS ALLEN JR. , b 15 August 1927 in Idaho, son of Lafayette Collins and Sabra M. 
(Higbee) Allen, md 17 March 1951 Audrey Hartman, b at Parma, Idaho, daughter of Oruille E. and Ruby 
G. Hartman. 

Children: 

Geri Lynn Allen, b 23 November 1955 at Spokane, Washington. 
Judith Ann Allen, b 1 June 1957 at Spokane, Washington. 
James Lafe Allen, b 20 June 1929 at Ontario, Oregon. 

ALLEN 

(Richard Rex Allen 6 - Lafayette C. 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

668. RICHARD REX ALLEN , b 26 January 1930, son of Lafayette Collins and Sabra M. (Higbee) Allen, md 18 
June 1952 Lois Louise Cook, b 24 February 1928 at Logan, Utah, daughter of William Lester and Ellen C. 
(Livingston) Cook. 

Children: 

Joyce Louise Allen, b 9 May 1953. 

Nancy Ann Allen, b 10 August 1955. 

Ellen Christine Allen, b 12 September 1959. 

Record of Richard Rex Allen. 



LIDDLE 



669. 



(Verle Allen 6 - Franklin 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2- Samuel 1) 

VERLE ALLEN , b 13 February 1917 at Darlington, Idaho, daughter of Franklin and Zelda Larine (Higbee) 
Allen, md 20 September 1947 Theron Liddle, b 16 May 1912 at Salt Lake City, Utah, son of Nathan 
Royal and Lenora (Calhoon) Liddle. 



Children: 



Linda Liddle, b 12 May 1950 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Gordon Liddle. b 12 September 1952 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Norman Liddle, b 15 October 1956 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 



Record of Zelda Allen, Las Vegas, 
Nevada. 



363 



ALLEN 

(Franklin Higbee Allen 6 - Franklin 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

670. FRANKLIN HIGBEE ALLEN , b 16 December 1920 in Custer County, Idaho, son of Franklin and Zelda 
Larine (Higbee) Allen, md 12 February 1944 Norma Love Henderson, b 12 January 1924 at Wilmington, 
North Carolina, daughter of Otis H. and Bertha Mae (Jones) Henderson. 

Children: 

Franklin Dean Allen, b 17 February 1946 in Washington, D.C. 

James Lee Allen, b 1 July 1948 at Provo, Utah. 

Robert Jeffrey Allen, b 7 May 1950 at Portland, Oregon. 

George Victor Allen, b 19 November 1957 at Wilmington, North Carolina. 

Record of Zelda Higbee Allen, Las 
Vegas, Nevada. 

ALLEN 

(Leland Rial Allen 6 - Franklin 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

671. LELAND RIAL ALLEN , b 31 March 1922 at Alamo, Nevada, son of Franklin and Zelda Larine (Higbee) 
Allen, md 12 December 1947 Maxine Tate, b 18 October 1925 at Thatcher, Arizona, daughter of Alma 
V. and Iretta (Layton) Tate. 

Children: 

Leslie Allen (twin), b 29 January 1952, d infant, Phoenix, Arizona. 
Melanie Allen (twin), b 29 January 1952, d infant, Phoenix, Arizona. 
Mark Tate Allen, b 4 March 1953 at Phoenix, Arizona. 
Bradley Layton Allen, b 24 July 1956 at Long Beach, California. 

Record of Mrs. Zelda H. Allen. 

ALLEN 

(Dean LaMar Allen 6 - Franklin 5 - Rial 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

672. DEAN LAMAR ALLEN , b 13 August 1927 at Las Vegas, Nevada, son of Franklin and Zelda Larine (Higbee) 
Allen, md 19 September 1950 at Ogden, Utah Marilyn Lewis, b 9 July 1931 at Ogden, Utah, daughter of 
Melvin H. and Bessie (Jones) Lewis. 

Children: 

Mardean Allen, b 18 August 1951 at Provo, Utah. 

Jodie Ray Allen, b 24 November 1956 at Las Vegas, Nevada. 

Dean LaMar Allen, b 22 March 1961 at Las Vegas, Nevada. 

Zelda H. Allen record. 

ALLEN 

(Orin Cheney Allen 6 - Johnathan A. 5 - Jonathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

673. ORIN CHENEY ALLEN , b 15 January 1908 at Thatcher, Arizona, son of Johnathan Alexander and Rozelpha 
(Cheney) Allen, md 3 June 1928 Ruth Christensen (Annie Ruth), b 30 March 1909, daughter of Joseph C. 
Christensen and wife Frederica Marie Jensen. 

Children: (born in Millard County, Utah) 

Dean C. Allen, b 7 February 1932, md 16 July 1954 Shirley Ann Gaddis. 

Carl Allen, b 21 June 1934, md 4 August 1956 Caroline Sena. 

Clarice Allen, b 17 June 1937, md 21 March 1958 Royal Clifford Kurd. 

Ralph Allen, b 3 December 1938, d infant. 

Rex Orin Allen, b 24 April 1943. 

Joyce Ruby Allen, b 31 December 1946, d infant. Johnathan A. Allen record. 



364 



ALLEN 

(Bruce J. Allen 6 - Johnathan A. 5 - Johnathan 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
674. BRUCE J. ALLEN , b 11 April 1911, son of Johnathan Alexander and Rozilpah (Cheney) Allen, md 24 

June 1931 Maurine Johnson, b 17 September 1914. d 2 April 1952 at Lovelock, Nevada, daughter of 

Harry and Ethel (Bushnell) Johnson. 

Children: (born in Millard County, Utah) 

Wilma Allen, b 13 December 1933. 

Phyllis Allen, b 23 April 1935, md Dale Freeland. 

Nina Rae Allen, b 2 January 1941, md Clark Walter Ferrell. 

Maurice John Allen, b 3 August 1942, md Karolyn Hunt. 

Johnathan A. Allen record. 



ALLEN 

(Rial Aaron Allen 6 - Johnathan A. 5 - Johnathan 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
675. RLAL AARON ALLEN , b 16 October 1913 at Hubbard, Arizona, son of Johnathan A. and Rozilpah (Cheney) 

Allen, md Leora Carling, b 17 March 1913 at Fillmore, Utah, daughter of Merit and Valate H. (Warner) 

Carling. Md 5 July 1934. 

Children: (born in Millard County, Utah) 

Dorothy Jean Allen, b 10 August 1935, md Paul Junior Hurst. 
Virginia Allen, b 4 February 1940. md Edward Sterling Larsen. 
Dwain Rial Allen, b 11 May 1945, d 1946. 
James Carling Allen, b 27 July 1951. 



ALLEN 

(Orson Nelson Allen 6 - Johnathan A. 6 - Johnathan 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
676. ORSON NELSON ALLEN , b 30 August 1917 at Thatcher, Arizona, son of Johnathan A. and Rozilpah 

(Cheney) Allen, md 14 December 1942 Margurite Hendricks, b 15 December 1918 at Richmond, Utah, 

daughter of Byron H. and Bertha (Roskelley) Hendricks. 

Children: (born at Salt Lake City, Utah) 



Douglas Ray Allen, b 21 July 1947. 
Donald Keith Allen, b 6 February 1949. 
Craig David Allen, b 15 June 1952. 
Janet Allen, b 10 December 1955, d infant. 



Johnathan Allen record, Mgt. Allen 
record. 



ANDERSON 

(Vada Allen 6 - Johnathan A. 5 - Johnathan A 
677. VADA ALLEN , b 24 July 1920 at McCornick, 



4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
Utah, daughter of Johnathan A. and Rozllpha (Cheney) 

Allen, md 17 July 1940 Mark B. Anderson, b 7 September 1920 at Oak City, Utah, son of John L. and 

Emily Anderson. 



Children: (born in Millard County, Utah) 



Marva Anderson, b 18 March 1942. 
John Lee Anderson, b 24 August 1943. 
Janet Anderson, b 27 October 1947. 
Betty Ann Anderson, b 23 June 1950. 
Kenneth Mark Anderson, b 1 December 1953. 
Patricia Anderson, b 6 September 1955. 



Johnathan Allen record. 



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SMITHSON 

(Ida Allen 6 - Johnathan A. 5 - Johnathan 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
678. IDA ALLEN , b 5 June 1922, daughter of Johnathan A. and Rozilpha (Cheney) Allen, md 11 January 1944 

Dr. John Ladd Smithson, b 17 April 1924 at Gila County, Arizona, son of John Henry and Mildred (Lewis) 

Smithson. 



Children: 

Joanna Smithson, b 2 August 1945. 
Karry Lee Smithson, b 12 April 1949. 
Geraldine A. Smithson, b 15 June 1951. 
Allen John Smithson, b 10 June 1956. 

ALLEN 

(Arthur Rex Allen 6 - Johnathan A. 5 - Johnathan 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
678a. ARTHUR REX ALLEN , b 23 August 1924, son of Johnathan A. and Rozilpah (Cheney) Allen, md 22 June 

1948 Beth Despain, b 23 March 1924 at Cowley, Wyoming. 

Children: (born at Fillmore, Millard County, Utah) 

Marlene Allen, b 4 June 1949. 
Louise Allen, b 4 October 1950. 
LaDawn Allen, b 16 December 1951. 
Patricia Allen, b 12 August 1954. 
Cindy Allen, b 24 March 1957. 
David Arthur Allen. 

Johnathan A. Allen record. 

NOALL 

(Jane Allen 6 - Johnathan A. 5 - Johnathan 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
678b. JANE ALLEN , b 13 October 1927, daughter of Johnathan A. and Rozilpha (Cheney) Allen, md 26 July 

1944 Irvin Walter Noall, b 1 June 1922 at Washington D.C. , son of Irvin S. and (Walters) Noall. 

Children: 



Marjean Noall, b 10 November 1945, md Elmer K. Paxman. 

Maralyn Noall (twin), b 24 October 1947. 

Carolyn Noall (twin), b 24 October 1947. 

Steven Noall, b 7 May 1949. 

Richard Noall (twin), b 13 March 1952. 

Robert Noall (twin), b 13 March 1952. 

Dianne Noall, b 12 June 1953. 



Johnathan A. Allen record. 



366. 



ALLEN 

(Albert Allen 6 - Price Williams 5 - Johnathan 4 -Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

679. ALBERT ALLEN , b 8 April 1909 at Graham County, Arizona, son of Price Williams and Vera Matilda 
(Chesley) Allen, md 20 February 1931 Lilly Mae Watson, b 1 November 1911, daughter of William T. 
and Caroline (Adams) Watson. 

Children: (born in Graham County, Arizona) 

Albert Odell Allen, b 25 December 1931, md 18 March 1953 Thelma Harrington. 
Dan Lamel Allen, b 29 June 1933. md 18 March 1953 Marion Jay Goodman. 
Carol Lynn Allen, b 18 April 1936. md 5 September 1953 Robert Marsh Wilcox. 
K. Nelson Allen, b 14 August 1939, md 18 December 1965 Joyce Fay Clarkson. 
David Lyle Allen, b 10 July 1942. 
Richard Ethan Allen, b 28 December 1948. 
Deanne Lynne Allen, b 9 July 1953. 

Nelson records. Price Williams Allen 

records. 

REED 

(Nina Allen 6 - Price Williams 5 - Johnathan 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

680. NINA ALLEN , b 18 December 1910 at Greenlee. Arizona, daughter of Price Williams and Vera Matilda 
(Chesley) Allen, md 24 June 1930 Maurice Raymond Reed, b 23 July 1907 at Sanford, Colorado, son of 
Robert E. and Laura Maud (Lester or Luster) Reed. 

Children: (born in Graham County, Arizona) 

Albert-Allen Reed, b 2 August 1934, md 3 June 1953 Jesse Erline Phillips. 
James M. Reed, b 6 March 1937, md 29 August 1945 Nelda Lois Watson. 
Robert Raymond Reed, b 6 July 1940. md Joyce Hawkins. 
Vera Reed, b 27 December 1941. md Derrell Melvin Watson. 

Price Williams record. 

ECHOLS 

(Grace Allen 6 - Price Williams 5 - Johnathan 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

681. GRACE ALLEN , md George Albert Echols 

Children: 

Rennick George Echols, b 7 October 1931, md Bessie Thompson. 

Benjamin Echols, b 16 February 1936. md Maria Isabel DeLa Cruz. 

Vera Fern Echols, b 5 January 1938, md 23 May 1960. 

Esther Jean Echols, b 28 June 1939. md.6 October 1957 Jack Nelson. 

Karen Grace Echols, b 16 November 1941, md 9 January 1960 Vernon M. Haines. 

Nancy Georgiana Echols, b 31 July 1943, md Donald Bradburn. 

David Price Echols, b 20 February 1945. 

Myrna Echols, b 28 November 1948. 

Michael Allen Echols, b 31 March 1950. 

Joan Echols, b 15 September 1951, 

Coleen Echols, b 22 September 1952. 

Record of Grace and Maud Echols Allen. 



367 



ALLEN 



(Price Alex Allen 6 - Price Williams 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
682. PRICE ALEXANDER ALLEN, b 21January 1915 at Hubbard, Graham County, Arizona, son of Price 

Williams and Vera Matilda (Chesley) Allen, md Frances Adelle Harper, b 1 September 1920, daughter 
of Price Alexander and Frances Adelle (Harper) Allen, (sic) 

Children: 

Alec Arnold Allen, b 20 March 1938, md Dorothy Pauline Covey. 

Linda Arlene Allen, b 21 April 1941, rod Jerold Holt Bartlet. 

Diana Lynn Allen, b 15 December 1946. 

Price W. Allen record, Maud (Echols) 
Allen record. 



ALLEN 



(James Edgar Allen 6 - Price Williams 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

683. JAMES EDGAR ALLEN , b 31 August 1918, son of Price Williams and Vera Matilda (Chesley) Allen, md 
27 June 1937 Daisy Mae Markham, b 19 March 1921 at Gila County, Arizona, daughter of William J. 
and Laura Amelia (Curtis) Markham. 

Children: 

William James Allen, b 1 January 1938, md Wanda Darlene, 

Winona Sue Allen, b 28 March 1941, md James Robert Leslie. 

Laura Louise Allen, b 20 October 1943. 

Price Williams record, Maud (Echols) 
Allen record. 

CAMPBELL 

(Sylvia Allen 6 - Price Williams 5 - Johnathan 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

684. SYLVIA ALLEN , b 7 September 1920 at Gila County, Arizona, daughter of Price Williams and Vera M. 
(Chesley) Allen, md 30 August 1935 Robert Graham Campbell, b 24 October 1919 at Safford, Arizona, 
son of James William Campbell and wife Anne Burton Smithson. 

Children: 



James William Campbell, b 8 July 1946. 
Judith Campbell, b 30 June 1948. 
Robert Allen Campbell, b 13 September 1949. 
Kenneth Ray Campbell, b 27 December 1950. 
David Neal Campbell, b 10 June 1953. 
Dennis Campbell, b 10 June 1955. 



Price Williams Allen record, Maud 
(Echols) Allen record. 



368 



BYINGTON 

(Melissa Allen 6 - Price Williams 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
685. MELISSA ALLEN , b 19 May 1922 at Kimball, Arizona, daughter of Price Williams and Vera Matilda 

(Chesley) Allen, md 24 May 1941 Earl Smithers Byington, b 21 May 1917. son of Charles Norton and 

Etta (Smithers) Byington. 

Children: 

Debra Dawn Byington, b 31 October 1950. 

Danny Earl Byington, b 14 October 1951. 

Sandra Kay Byington, b 8 February 1954. 

Renee Byington, b 25 January 1956. 

Price Williams Allen record, Maud 
(Echols) Allen record. 



ADAMS 

(Velda Allen 6 - Price Williams 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
686. VELDA ALLEN , b 12 May 1924 at Kimball, Arizona, daughter of Price Williams and Vera Matilda 

(Chesley) Allen, md 24 May 1941 Loren George Adams, b 13 September 1920 at Graham County, Arizona 

son of Lind Edmond and Maud (Shuriz) Adams. 

Children: 



Lorene Velda Adams, b 14 March 1942, md 15 August 1960 David Hill. 

Linda Adams, b 14 June 1943, md 3 March 1961 Glenn Ellison. 

Deborah Adams, b April 1948. 

Price Williams Allen record, 
(Echols) Allen record. 



Maud 



ALLEN 

(Roderick Lewis Allen 6 - Lewis 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
688. RODERICK LEWIS ALLEN , b 28 May 1916 at Clifton, Arizona, d 18 October 1935, son of Lewis and 

Grace (Echols) Allen, md 11 April 1935 Viola Larson, b 1 June 1915 at Graham County, Arizona, daughter 

of Lehi and Delia (McBride) Larson. 

Children: 



Audene Allen, b 3 February 1936. 



Maud (Echols) Allen record. 



ALLEN 



(Grant Elmo Allen 6 - Lewis 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2- Samuel 1) 
689. GRANT ELMO ALLEN , b 8 December 1915 at Hubbard. Arizona, son of Lewis and Grace (Echols) Allen, 
md 16 June 1939 Phyllis Palmer, b 17 February 1920 at Mesa, Arizona, daughter of Gordon and Alice 
Palmer. 

Children: 



Sharon Allen, b 6 August 1940, md 15 September 1961 Eugene Romney. 
Fred Lewis Allen, b 27 August 1943. 
Anthony Wayne Allen, b 1 June 1947. 
Christina Beth Allen, b 27 May 1950. 



369 



ALLEN 



(Phillip C. Allen 6 - Lewis 5 - Johnathan 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
691. PHILLIP C. ALLEN, b 30 October 1931 at Thatcher, Arizona, md 7 July 1943 Lorna Richardson, b 8 
April 1923, daughter of Joseph and Etta (Gale) Richardson. 

Children: (all born at Mesa, Arizona) 

Phillip Terry Allen, b 17 January 1947. 
Carol Lee Allen, b 19 August 1949. 
Marlene Allen, b 20 February 1952. 
Sharla Allen, b 3 May 1954. 
Richard Lewis Allen, b 20 April 1956. 
Loran Gale Allen, b 5 August 1958. 
Jolyn Allen, b 9 December 1961. 

Maud (Echols) Allen record. 



ALLEN 



(Paul L. Allen 6 - Lewis 5 - Johnathan 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
692. PAUL L. ALLEN , b 13 November 1923 at Gila, Arizona, son of Lewis and Grace (Echols) Allen, md 10 
December 1948 at Mesa, Arizona Annie Gibbs, b 14 July 1924, daughter of David Thomas and Sarah 
Rebecca (Mendenhall) Gibbs. 

Children: (born in Kittitas County, Washington) 

David Paul Allen, b 22 November 1949. 
Clint Dean Allen, b 27 December 1950. 
Ross Carl Allen, b 3 June 1951. 
Susan Grace Allen, b 14 December 1954. 
Lois Ann Allen, b 6 August 1956. 
Beth Sarah Allen, b 14 March 1959. 
Vern Gibbs Allen, b 17 April 1963. 



Maud (Echols) Allen record. 



ALLEN 

(Cecil B. Allen 6 - Lewis 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
693. CECIL B. ALLEN , b 30 September 1925 at Gilbert, Arizona, son of Lewis and Grace (Echols) Allen, md 

2 November 1947 at Florence, Arizona Norma Lou McFee. 



Children: (born at Mesa, Arizona) 

Sherry Ann Allen, b 4 July 1948. 
Dennis Jerold Allen, b 14 June 1949. 
Gregory Gale Allen, b 6 October 1950. 



Maud (Echols) Allen record. 



370 



ALLEN 

0. Glen Allen 6 - Lewis 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Uwis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
694. J. GLEN ALLEN, b 10 September 1927 at Gilbert, Arizona, son of Lewis and Grace (Echols) Allen, md 

2 March 1947 Angennette Conrad, daughter of Harold A. and Mildred L. (Seeton) Conrad. 



Children: (born in Maricopa County, Arizona) 



Daniel Glenn Allen, b 14 January 1949. 
Janice Grace Allen, b 16 August 1952. 
Joanne Mildred Allen, b 27 August 1953. 
Margie Ann Allen, b 6 December 1956. 
Judy Gale Allen, b 7 September 1959. 



Maud (Echols) Allen record. 



ALLEN 

(Jack LaMar Allen 6 - Lewis 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

695. JACK LAMAR ALLEN , b 8 October 1929 at Gilbert, Arizona, son of Lewis and Grace (Echols) Allen, md 
3 September 1955 Margie Riley, b 2 May 1926, daughter of Ray P. and Mary A. (Yocke) Riley. 

Children: (born at Coshocton, Ohio) 

Michael Riley Allen, b 12 August 1947 (child by her first husband Harry Koops, adopted to Jack Lamar 
Allen. ) 

ALLEN 

(Carl Bert Allen 6 - Lewis 5 - Johnathan A. 4 - Lewis 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

696. CARL BERT ALLEN , b 15 May 1932 at Gilbert, Arizona, son of Lewis and Grace (Echols) Allen, md 15 
June 1956 Ruth Marie Fletcher, daughter of Samuel and Leona (Mayberry) Fletcher. 

Children: (born at Mesa, Arizona) 

Carla Grace Allen, b 2 April 1957. 
Robert Uwis Allen, b 17 July 1958. 
Barbara Lynn Allen, b 18 March 1960. 
Keith Samuel Allen. 
Stephen Wayne Allen, b 5 December 1963. 

Maud (Echols) Allen record. 



NOTE: Lewis Allen had by his 2nd wife Lulu Loraine Rust a son William Arthur Allen, b 12 November 1940, 
md 15 March 1962 Tenna Ann Turley. 



NOTE: The spelling of the name Johnathan and Jonathan have been given in these records spelled both ways. 

M.B.A, 



371 



DAY 



705. 



(Melva Eliza Allen 6 - William S. 5 - William Coleman 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
MELVA ELIZA ALLEN , b 10 May 1904 at Draper, Utah, daughter of William S. and Eliza (Orgill) Allen, 
md 4 November 1925 Willard Snow Day, b 9 September 1903, d 17 March 1966, son of Andrew Jackson 
and Mary Elizabeth (Snow) Day. 



Children: (born at Draper, Utah) 

Vaudis Geneal Day, b 24 January 1927, md 7 February 1946 Allen George Evans. 
Willard Allen Day, b 14 May 1928, md 21 March 1947 Jean Renae Francom. 
Marcelyn Day, b 13 February 1931, md 3 February 1950 Norman Pace Neil. 



EVANS 



(Vaudis Geneal Day 7 - Melva Eliza Allen 6 - William S. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
VAUDIS GENEAL DAY , b 24 January 1927, md 7 February 1946 Alan George Evans, b 22 July 1925, son 
of Evan George and Eva A. (Thompson) Allen. 

Children: 



Connie Evans, b 9 September 1948 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Rodney Allen Evans, b 9 June 1953. 



Family record. 



DAY 



(Willard Allen 7 - Melva E. Allen 6 - Wm. S. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
WILLARD ALLEN DAY , b 14 May 1928, son of Willard S. and Melva (Allen) Day, md 21 March 1947 
Jean ReNae Francom, b 1 January 1929, daughter of NeU Jacob and Genevieve (Johnson) Francom. 

Vickie RaNae Day, b 8 October 1947. 
Randall Allen Day, b 27 October 1950. 
Dennis Neil Day, b 24 May 1953. 
Bart A. Day, b 27 December 1958. 
Dudley W. Day, b 8 September 1961. 



NEIL 



(Marcelyn Day 7 - Melva E. Allen 6 - Wm. S. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
MARCELYN DAY , b 13 February 1931, daughter of Willard S. and Melva (Allen) Day, md 3 February 
1950 Norman Page Neil, b 8 March 1923 at Park City, Utah, son of James Norman and Etna Belle (Page) 
Neil. 



Children: 



Norman Day NeU, b 16 October 1950. 
Susan Neil, b 19 November 1951. 
Steven James Neil, b 27 February 1953. 
Diana Neil, b 25 June 1955. 
Jeffery WQlard Neil, b 19 September 1957. 
Cidney Neil, b 17 August 1959. 
Gregory Scott Neil, b 10 July 1962. 
Michael Ralph Neil, b 22 September 1963. 



Melva Allen Day record. Church 
records. 



372 



LAMBERT 

(Lorna Orpha Allen 6 - William S. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
706. LORNA ORPHA ALLEN , b 10 June 1907 at Draper, Utah, daughter of William Smith and Eliza (OrgUl) 

Allen, md 16 November 1933 Golden Young Lambert, 

Children: 

Gazel (Gay) Lambert, md Thomas J. Bruce. 
Gary Allen Lambert, md Sally Jones. 

Melva A. Day records. 



ALLEN 

(Merlin Dumont Allen 6 - William S. 5 - William C 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
707. MERLIN DUMONT ALLEN , b 1 December 1908, son of William Smith and Eliza (Orgill) Allen, md 22 

December 1931 Mildred Hardcastle, b September 1912, daughter of John and Margaret Ellen (Smith) 

Hardcastle. 

Children: 

Myron Allen, b 5 October 1932, md Alene Graham. 

LaRue Allen, b December 1934, md Thomas Vawdrey. 

Dennis Allen, b 23 March 1932. 

Carol Lee Allen, b 17 September 1948, mdjean Candalot. 

Allen-Day family record. Smith 
family record. 



BALLARD 

(Viona AUen 6 - Andrew W. 5 - William C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
708. VIONA ALLEN , b 14 October 1895 at Draper, Utah, md 16 June 1916 Henry Day Ballard. He d 5 

August 1954 at Meadow, Utah. 

Children: 

Allen Ross Ballard, b 26 May 1917, md Alice May Sadler 10 August 1940. 
Ralph Henry Ballard, b 22 November 1920. md Cellie Maggart 26 March 1948. 
Lynn Allen Ballard, b 26 June 1924. md Sibil Mae Reeves 1 November 1946. 
Andrew Allen Ballard, b 30 June 1926, md Lois Washburn 24 June 1949. 

BALLARD 

(Allen Ross Ballard 7 - Viona Allen 6 - Andrew W. 5 - William C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
ALLEN ROSS BALLARD , md Alice May Sadler 10 August 1940. 

Children: 

Douglas R. Ballard, b 16 February 1942, md 12 June 1964. 
George A. Ballard, b 1 August 1944. 
Don S. Ballard, b 10 October 1950. 



373 



NORRIS - BALLARD 

(Ralph Henry Ballard 7 - Viona 6 - Andrew W. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
RALPH HENRY BALLARD , md Cellie Maggart. 



They had no children but were guardians of: 

Linda Lee Norris. 
John L. Norris. 



BALLARD 

(Lynn Allen Ballard 7 - Viona Allen 6 - Andrew W. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
LYNN ALLEN BALLARD , md 1 November 1946 Sibil Mae Reeves, d 30 August 1955, md 2nd Shirley 
Hysell 8 February 1957. 

Children: (Sibil M. Reeves) 

Diana Lynn Ballard, b 15 March 1949. 
Ronald Joseph Ballard, b 25 September 1950. 

Children: (Shirley Hysell) 

Shirlene Marie Ballard, b H November 1958. 

NOTE: Shirley Hysell had by former marriage Janeen Hysell, adopted to above couple 20 October 1959. 
She was born 31 December 1953. 



BALLARD 

(Andrew Allen Ballard 7 - Viona Allen 6 - Andrew W. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ANDREW ALLEN BALLARD , md Lois Washburn 24 June 1949. 

Children: 

Linda Ballard, b 20 April 1950. 
Kayleene Ballard, b 10 May 1952. 
Marsha Ballard, b 24 Oaober 1954. 
Laura Lee Ballard, b 1958. 
Jeffery Andrew Ballard, b 22 March 1960, 



374 



JENSEN 

(Hannah Evelyn Allen 6 - Andrew W. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
709. HANNAH EVELYN ALLEN , b 7 January 1898 at Draper, Utah, daughter of Andrew Wamsley and Hannah 

Martina (Peterson) Allen, md 20 July 1917 George A. Jensen. of the Smith line (p 33), d 21 June 1962. 

She d 27 June 1947. He md 2nd Edna (Prichard) Proctor, widow of Clyde C. Proctor and dau of Albert 

M. J. and Maud (Gallacher) Prichard. 

Children: 

Ensign Jensen, b 5 July 1918, d by accident at Bingham 31 July 1940. 

Thelma Jensen, b 26 September 1919 at Leslie, Idaho, md 1 June 1940 Francis Beck, div. 

Gordon W. Jensen, b 1 November 1920, md 20 March 1942 Shirley Anderson. 

Maurine Jensen, b 30 May 1923, md 17 July 1943 John L. Gleason. 

Loma Joyce Jensen, b 10 May 1927, d 11 October 1929. 

Marilyn Jensen, b 29 March 1930, md Asel Coates. 



ANDERBERG 

(Lavina Adele Allen 6 - Andrew W. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
710. LAVINA ADELE ALLEN, b 25 December 1900, daughter of Andrew W. and Hannah Martina Allen, md 

7 May 1928 Albert L. Anderberg. he d 8 August 1966. 

Donna Adele Anderberg, b 15 June 1929, md Allen Douglas Lindley 15 August 1948 in Oregon. 

LINDLEY 

(Donna A. Anderberg 7 - Lavina A. Allen 6 - Andrew W. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
DONNA ADELE ANDERBERG . b 15 June 1929, md Allen Douglas Lindley 15 August 1948. 

Children: 

Douglas Lindley, b 22 September 1951 at Eugene, Oregon. 
Jennifer Lindley, b 20 February 1956 at Eugene, Oregon. 



SOPER 

(Amy Thelma Allen 6 - Andrew W. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
711. AMY THELMA ALLEN , b 26 September 1903, daughter of Andrew Wamsley and Hannah Martina Allen, 

md 24 January 1923 John Brower Soper, Jr. 

Children: 

Geraldine Soper, b 1923, md John Ennis 6 AprU 1945. 

Robert B. Soper, b 14 August 1926, md Eunice Walbeck 10 February 1944. 

Gordon A. Soper, b 29 January 1929, md Doris Fitzgerald 28 February 1947. 

Lorna Mae Soper, b 19 February 1933. 

Nancy Ann Soper, b 15 March 1935, md Darwin Max Burtener. 

Sandra Lee (Penny) Soper, b 7 December 1940, md N, Spencer Thornell. 



375 



ENNIS 



(Geraldine Soper 7 - Amy T. Allen 6 - Andrew W. 5 - Wm, C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
GERALD INE SOPER , md 6 April 1945 John Ennis. 

Children: 

Stephen K. Ennis, b 24 July 1946 at Murray, Utah. 
Timothy Peter Ennis, b 25 December 1949 at Murray, Utah. 
Kevan Ennis, b 10 September 1950 at Murray, Utah. 

NOTE: She had by her first husband, Michael Huston, b 3 November 1941, they divorced. 



SOPER 



(Robert A. Soper 7 - Amy T. Allen 6 - Andrew W. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ROBERT A. SOPER . md 10 February 1944 Eunice Walbeck. 

Children: 

Robert Soper, Jr., b 26 April 1946. 
Dwight Dean Soper, b 16 December 1949. 
Kerry Wayne Soper, b 20 December 1951, 
Mary Ellen Soper, b 31 May 1956. 



SOPER 

(Gordon A. Soper 7 - Amy T. Allen 6 - Andrew W. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
GORDON A. SOPER, b 28 January 1929, son of John Brower and Thelma (Allen) Soper, md 28 February 
1947 Doris Fitzgerald, b 17 March 1928, daughter of Norman and Madalyn Fitzgerald. 

Children: 

Carol Ann Soper, b 22 August 1947 at Salt Lalce City, Utah. 
Ryan Scott Soper, b 4 May 1948. 
Todd Soper, b 6 August 1950. 
Paul Soper, b 19 October 1952, 



ALLEN 

(Ethan AUen 6 - Rial C. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
712. ETHAN RIAL ALLEN , b 2 May 1902 at Draper, Utah, son of Rial C, and Bertha (Neilson) Allen, md 9 

AprU 1927 Ethel Foutz, b 20 March 1908 at Pleasant Grove, Utah, daughter of Jacob Frederick and Oliva 

(Wamick) Foutz. 

Children: 

Richard Foutz Allen, b 31 August 1928. 

Joyce Ethel Allen, b 12 September 1929, md 4 August 1954 Keith James Lemon. 

Douglas William Allen, b 25 October 1930, md 10 July 1953 Josephine Bradley. 

Bertha LaPriel Allen, b 17 January 1933, md 6 June 1951 Roland Oliver Morford. 

Beth Marcile Allen, b 11 December 1934. 

Fred Rial Allen, b 4 January 1937, md 14 September 1962 Suzzanne Call. 

Rita Kathleen Allen, b 3 November 1942, md 23 July 1965 Joseph Harry Simpson. 

Ethel F. Allen family record. 



376 



^^ ^aoyce Ethel Allen 7 - Ethan 6 - Rial C. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
JOYCE ETHEL ALLEN , md Keith James Lemon. 

Children: 

James Allen Lemon, b 16 June 1955. 
Grant Keith Lemon, b 1 October 1956. 
Paul Lee Lemon, b 19 January 1966. 



ALLEN 

(Douglas Wm. Allen 7 - Ethan 6 - Rial C. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

DOUGLAS WM. ALLEN , md Josephine Ann Bradley. 
Children: 

Michael Scott Allen, b 21 November 1958. 
Karalee Allen, b 25 December 1960. 
Ronald Bradley Allen, b 19 AprQ 1963. 
Paula Jo AUen, b 2 May 1964. 
Angela Allen, b 2 June 1966. 

MORFORD 

(Bertha LaPrial Allen 7 - Ethan 6 - Rial C. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
BERTHA LAPRIAL ALLEN , md Roland Oliver Morford. 

ChUdren: 

David Randy Morford , b 16 June 1953, d 12 August 1960. 
Karen Morford , (twin) b 1 April 1955. 
Sharon Morford , (twin) b 1 April 1955. 
Keven Fred Morford , b 10 March 1962. 



ALLEN 

(Fred Rial Allen 7 - Ethan 6 - Rial C. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
FRED RIAL ALLEN , md Suzzanne Csin . 

Children: 

Dianne Allen, b 11 June 1963. 
Cynthia Allen, b 5 August 1964. 

ALLEN 

(Louis Leonard Allen 6 - Rial 5 - William Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
713. LOUIS LEONARD ALLEN , b 20 August 1904 at Draper, Utah, son of Rial C. and Bertha (NeQson) AUen. md 

16 February 1944 Editli May Cook, b 14 May 1904, daughter of Wm. E. and Bertha May (Park) Cook. 

Children: (bom at Santa Rosa, California) 

Louis Leonard Allen, b 5 December 1945, md 18 July 1964 Beverley Lea Ellis. 
Rial C. AUen, b 25 AprU 1947. 

Record of Olga Allen Warr by letters. 



377 



WARR 

(Olga Christene Allen 6 - Rial 5 - Wm. Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
714. OLGA CHRISTENE ALLEN , b 14 November 1906 at Draper, Utah, daughter of Rial Coleman and Bertha 

(Nielson) Allen, md 22 May 1925 William Leslie Warr, b 4 December 1899, son of David W. and Mary 

Ellen (Jackson) Warr. 

Children: 

Olga Dorene Warr, b 7 March 1926, md February 1943 Clyde Lance Rowley. 

Marion Warr, b 21 March 1928, md 23 March 1946 Joseph Williams. ' 

William Allen Warr, b 22 January 1932, md 8 February 1957 Bessie Louisa Rowser.. 

Bertha Joan Warr, b 2 April 1935, md 18 February 1961 Keith Williams. 

Louise Warr, b 13 August 1937, md 9 November 1957 Paul F. Carter. 

Record of Olga C. Warr. 

ROWLEY 

(Olga D. Warr 7 - Olga C. Allen 6 - Rial 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
OLGA DORENE WARR , b 7 March 1926, daughter of William Leslie and Olga C. (Allen) Warr, md 
February 1943 Clyde Lance Rowley, b 1 December 1924, son of LeRoy and Ada (Lance) Rowley. 

Children: 

Jerry C. Rowley, b 1 November 1944, md 9 February 1962 Sandra Sackett. 
Darrel Lee Rowley, b 12 November 1947, md 2 July 1966 Karen Hymas. 
Lisa Rowley, b 10 July 1956. 



WILLIAMS 

(Marion Warr 7 - Olga C. Allen 6 - Rial 5 - Wm. Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
MARION WAR R, b 21 March 1928, daughter of Wm. Leslie and Olga C. (Allen) Warr, md 23 March 
1946 Joseph Williams, b 23 November 1925, son of Millard E. and Nellie (Wardell) Williams. 

Children: 

Michael Leslie Williams, b 11 July 1946. 
Bruce Millard Williams, b 29 January 1948. 
Kevin Brent Williams, b 27 July 1954. 
Karen Williams, b 11 February 1959. 
Chyrel Williams, b 31 July 1960. 



WARR 



(William Allen Warr 7 - Olga C. Allen 6 - Rial 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
WILLIAM ALLEN WARR , b 22 January 1932, son of Wm. Leslie and Olga C. (Allen) Warr, md 8 February 
1957 Bessie Louise Rowser, b 8 January 1935, daughter of Samuel and Irene (Stevens) Rowser. 

Children: 

Wesley J. Warr, b 3 July 1958. 

Kathy Irene Warr, b 16 June 1960. 

Shawna Warr, b 20 August 1961, 

Lee Ann Warr, b 2 July 1964. 

Olga Warr records. 



378 



CARTER 

(Louise Warr 7 - Olga C. Allen 6 - Rial 5 - Wm. Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
LOUISE WARR . b 13 August 1937. daughter of William and Olga Christene (Allen) Wan. md 8 November 
1957 Paul E. Carter, b 29 January 1938. son of Ervil and Mae (Prior) Carter. 

Children: 



Tamara Carter, b 27 February 1961. 
Kelley Paul Carter, b 20 March 1962. 
Ronald Craig Carter, b 4 June 1963. 
Gregory Brett Carter, b 18 September 1964. 



Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



WILLIAMS 

(Bertha Joan Warr 7 - Olga C. Allen 6 - Rial 5 - Wm. 
BERTHA JOAN WARR , b 2 April 1935, daughter of Wm. Leslie and Olga C. (Allen) Warr, md IB February 
1961 Keith Williams, b 25 December 1927, brother of Joseph E. Williams above, son of Millard E. and 
Nellie (Wardell) Williams. 

Children: 

Jan Williams, b 22 July 1961. 
Suzanne Williams, b 28 February 1961. 
Suzanne Williams, b 28 February 1963. 
Todd Keith Williams, b 15 May 1964. 
Kim Williams, b 18 December 1965. 

Record of Olga (Allen) Warr, 

Granger, Utah 



ALLEN 

(Russell Emil Allen 6 - Rial 5 - William C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

715. RUSSELL EMIL ALLEN , b 14 May 1909 at Draper, Utah, son of Rial C. and Benha (Nielson) Allen, md 
5 December 1935 Vervene Strong, b 5 May 1917, daughter of Mark and Delilah (Thorne) Strong. 

Children: (born at Draper, Utah) 

Russell Cal Allen, b 18 September 1936, d 25 December 1937. 

Harold E. Allen (twin), b 2 October 1938, md 2 October 1958 Margaret Webster. 

Howard R Allen (twin), b 2 October 1938, md 3 July 1958 Myrtle Rae Jones. 

Earl Dean Allen, b 6 October 1939, md 5 May 1958 Jean Cowdell. 

Mary Allen, b 5 December 1944, md 8 July 1965 Amel Ray Olive Carllouette. 

BRA MB ELL 

(Da Jane Allen 6 - Rial 5 - William C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

716. ILA JANE ALLEN , b 12 April 1916. daughter of Rial C. and Bertha (Nielson) Allen, md 28 February 1926 
Charles Brambell, he died, md 2nd Elmer Mathmea. 

Children: (Charles Brambell) 

Byron Gean, b 16 December 1955. 



ALLEN 



(Harold E. Allen 7 - Russell E. 6 - Rial 5 ■ 
HAROLD E. ALLEN , md Margaret Webster. 

Children: 

Scott R. Allen, b 9 August 1959. 

Harold Shawn Allen, b 12 November 1961. 

Sharon Allen, b 6 December 1962. 



William C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 



Russell Allen record 



379 



ALLEN 

(Howard R. Allen 7 - Russell E. 6 - Rial 5 - William C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
HOWARD R. ALLEN , md Myrtle Rae Jones. 

Children: 



Debra Allen, b 4 June 1959. 
William Reid, Allen, b 7 April 1961. 
Michael Todd Allen, b 10 October 1962. 
Steven Mark AUen, b 5 May 1964. 



ALLEN 

(Earl Dean Allen 7 - Russell E. 6 - Rial 5 - William C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
EARL DEAN ALLEN , md Jean Cowdell. 

Children: 



Lorettajean Allen, b 1 November 1958. 
LaMae Allen, b 15 May 1961. 
Lory Ann Allen, b 12 January 1963. 
LaDean Allen, b 10 December 1966. 



CARLLOUETTi: 

(Mary Allen 7 - Russell E. 6 - Rial 5 - William C. 4 - Andrew J ackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
MARY ALLEN , md Amel Ray O. Carllouette. 

Children: 

James Ray Carllouette, b 21 May 1966 in New Mexico. 



Allen family record. 



380 




RUBY A. ROBBINS 

Teacher, author of Church pageants, president of stake Relief Society, 
speech director, student of University of Utah and Brigham Young 

University 

ROBBINS 

(Ruby M. Allen 6 - Wilford J. 5 - William C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
717. RUBY M. ALLEN , b 9 June 1903 at Salt Lake City, Utah, daughter of Wilford J. and Maud (Bliss) 

Allen, md 21 June 1922 Calvin Bicknell Robbins, b 22 April 1892, son of Joseph Burtis and Ellen 

Francine (France) Robbins. 

Children: (all born at Salt Lake City, Utah) 



Ruby Ellen Robbins, b 1 April 1923, md 21 June 1946 Clarence Reid Lesser. 

Rosalyn Ella Robbins, b 12 November 1924, md 14 August 1950 William J. Walker. 

Sharon Mignon Robbins, b 30 June 1926, md 20 May 1949 John William Boud. 

Calvin AUen Robbins, b 7 September 1929, md 18 September 1959 Bette Lu Pierce. 

Bicknell Allen Robbins, b 23 October 1932, md 1954 Ann CardaU. 

Esther Carol Robbins, b 23 March 1934, md 6 March 1952 Howard Haws Peterson. 

Record of William C. Allen, record 
of Joseph Burtis Robbins. 



381 



MRS. RUBY (ROBBINS) LESSER, GRANDDAUGHTER OF WILFORD J. ALLEN. 

MINEOLA, TEXAS 



Outstanding Citizen 



Mrs. Lesser, 



By SAM PARIS 
East Texas Editor 

MINEOLA-Mrs. Reid (Ruby) 
Lesser and Adolphus Vandiver, 
two surprised and worthy civic 
and church leaders, stepped into 
the limelight of the 1964 Mineola 
Chamber of Commerce banquet 
here Thursday evening, Mrs. 
Lesser becoming "Outstanding 
Woman of The Year," and Van- 
diver "Outstanding Man of The 
Year" as the climax to success-' 
ful dinner meeting. 

Mrs. Lesser, Wife of the man- 
ager of Morton Salt Company i 
facilities at Grand Saline, and! 
Vandiver, associated with J. H.! 
Sharp & Son Furniture and 
Hardware, were second in line 
of succession to the coveted ! 
awards, which were presented! 
for the first time during the 1963 j 
banquet. I 

'Woman of The 



*•*•••••*** •••••*••• 




ent Teacher AssociafiOTT 
community and room mother af 
local schools, a Den mother in 
the Cub Scout program, presi- 
dent of the local garden club 
and the city book club and is 
highly active in departmental 
work at Church of Jesus Christ 
or the Latter Day Saints of 
Gilmer. 

"The Woman of The Year" is 
the mother of five chUdren. 




WIN MINEOLA AWARDS — Mrs. Reid Lesser and Adolphus 
Vandiver were honored as "Outstanding Woman of The 
Year" and "Outstanding Man of The Year" in Mineola during 
1964 chamber of commerce festivities Thursday evening. 
(STAFF PHOTO). 



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LESSER 

(Ruby Ellen Robblns 7 - Ruby M. Allen 6 - Wilford J. 5 - Wm. Coleman 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
RUBY ELLEN ROBBINS , b 1 April 1923, daughter of C. Bicknell and Ruby (Allen) Robbins, md 21 June 1946 
Clarence Reid Lesser, b 5 January 1922, son of Clarence William and Genrude Rachel (Reid) Lesser. 

Children: 

Reid Bicknell Lesser, b 10 June 1948 at Oakland, California. 
John Roger Lesser, b 12 April 1950 at Oakland, California. 
Linda Rosalyn Lesser, b 22 June 1952 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Laurie Lesser, b 29 April 1956 at Castile, New York. 
Robin Leigh Lesser, b 15 March 1961 at Tyler, Texas. 

Church birth certificates, Robbins record. 

WALKER 

(Rosalyn 7 - Ruby M. Allen 6 - Wilford J. 5 - Wm. Coleman 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
ROSALYN ELLA ROBBINS , b 12 November 1924 at Salt Lake City, Utah, daughter of C. Bicknell and Ruby 
(Allen) Robbins, md 14 August 1950 William James Walker, b 4 November 1923, son of Ernest and Elvira 
(Swensen) Walker. They separated. 

Children: (all born at Salt Lake City, Utah) 

Rosalie Kay Walker, b 16 February 1952. 

Ernest Calvin Walker, b 20 January 1955, d infant. 

Debra Lee Walker, b 13 October 1956, d 24 October 1960. 

William Kent Walker, b 8 May 1958. 

Robbins genealogy record. 



BOUD 



(Sharon Mignon Robbins 7 - Ruby Allen 6 - Wilford J. 5 - Wm. Coleman 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
SHARON MIGNON ROBBINS. b 30 June 1926, daughter of Calvin Bicknell and Ruby (Allen) Robbins, md 20 
May 1949 John William Boud, b 10 November 1912, son of John William and Nellie (Jeremy) Boud. 

Children: (all born at Salt Lake City, Utah) 

John William Boud, b 5 February 1950 (Eagle Scout). 
David Calvin Boud, b 4 March 1951 (Eagle Scout). 
James Robbins Boud, b 10 September 1952 (Eagle Scout). 
Joseph Robbins Boud, b 17 January 1954 (Eagle Scout). 
Steven Robbins Boud, b 15 April 1955 (Eagle Scout). 
Richard Robbins Boud, b 17 September 1956. 
Rebecca Ellen Boud, b 2 June 1958. 
Barbara Boud, b 8 September 1959. 
Mark Robbins Boud, b 11 March 1961. 
Elizabeth Robbins Boud, b 1 October 1962. 
Thomas Jeremy Boud, b 14 November 1964. 
Michael Jeremy Boud, b 27 January 1967. 

Boud-Robbins family record. 



383 



BICKNELL ALLEN ROBBINS, SKI CHAMPION 




384 



UTAH'S SONGBIRD 



Ann Cardall 
To Sing Role 
In Festival 

II Ann Cardall gets real life 
and her newest stage role mixed 
up — don't be too surprised! 

The pretty young vocalist re- 
cently agreed to sing the role 
of Tuptim, one of the "young 
lovers" in the University of Utah 
Summer Festival production of 
♦The King and I." In this part 
Bhe will portray a young and 
tmwniing wife to the King of 
Siam in the 1860s. 

Ann's mind, however, wU] no 
dou]^ flash back about four 
years to one of her concerts at 
Farley Dickinson College in New 
Jersey. In the audience, being 
entertained as part of an inspec- 
tion tour of eastern United 
States, v^s his highness the 
Hng of Siam! 

"I didn't think at the time 
that someday I'd be playing one 
of the wives of a man who was 
probably his great-grandfather," 
Miss Cardall said. 

In private life the wife of 
BicKneU Robbins, currently on 
duty at the Pentagon, Miss Car- 
dall Just returned from a month 
In. New York where she renewed 




ANN CAKDALL 

... to sing Toptim 



old acquaintances and took a 
few more steps along her "ca- 
reer road." 

Her most recent role locally 
was in the U. production of "The 
Marriage of Figaro" in which 
she played the romantic page 
boy Cherubino. She'll sing Tup- 
tim "xmder the stars" from July 
2 through 7 and then head once 
more to Washington and New 
York, 



In private life, ihe wife of BICKNELL ALLEN ROBBINS, 
mother of three children. 



385 



ROB BINS 

(Calvin Allen Robbins 7 - Ruby M. Allen 6 - WUford], 5 - Wm. C 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
CALVIN ALLEN ROBBINS , b 7 September 1929, son of C. Bicknell and Ruby (Allen) Robbins, md 18 
September 1959 Bette Lu Pierce, b 3 April 1924 at Carbon, Utah, daughter of Ernest Rile and Amy Ellen 
(Wilkins) Pierce. 

Children: 



Calvin Dean Robbins, b 28 May 1962. 
Bette Jo Robbins, b 27 July 1964. 



ROBBINS 

(Bicknell Allen Robbins 7 - Ruby Allen 6 - Wilford J. 5 - Wm. C, 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
BICKNELL ALLEN ROBBINS , b 23 October 1932, son of C. Bicknell and Ruby (Allen) Robbins, md in 1954 
Ann Cardall, b 8 April 1932, daughter of Richard Ray and Myrl (Taylor) Cardall. Bicknell Allen Robbins 
was a Utah ski champion and U of U ski champion. 

Children: 



Bicknell Cardall Robbins, b 23 March 1955 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Taylor Cardall Robbins, b 30 June 1958 at Washington, D. C. 
Elizabeth Ann Robbins, b 6 February 19 62. at Salt Lake City, Utah. 



PETERSON 

(Esther Carol Robbins 7 - Ruby Allen 6 - Wilford J. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 

ESTHER CAROL ROBBINS , b 23 March 1934, daughter of C. Bicknell and Ruby (Allen) Robbins, md 

6 March 1952 Howard H. Peterson, b 11 June 1925, son of Oliver L, and Navine (Haws) Peterson of Logan, 

Utah. 



Children: (all born at Logan, Utah) 

Carolyn Robin Peterson, b 4 January 1952. 
Howard Calvin Peterson, b 4 May 1954. 
David Allen Peterson, b 8 June 1956. 
Shauna Carol Peterson, b 20 April 1958. 
Raymond Robbins Peterson, b 1 September 1961. 



Peterson-Robbins record. Haws records. 



386 



The Salt Lake Tribune, Wednesday, March 21, 1962 



S.L. Insurance Executive Dies 



Special to The Tribune 
HOLLADAY— W. Douglas 
Allen, 57, 2600 Verona CI. (5135 
South), a Salt Lake insurance 
executive and former Murray 
City judge, died of a cerebral 
hemorrhage Monday in a 
Helena, Mont., hospital while 
on a business trip. 



MK. ALLEN had been presi- 
dent of the Sentinel Security 
Life Insurance Co. since its in- 
corporation in 1948 and had re- 
cently been named president of 
the United Reserve Under- 
writing Corp., Billings, Mont. 

In 1940 he was elected as 
the first Murray City judge, 
serving until 1950. 

HE WAS a practicing Salt 
Lake attorney from the time 
he was admitted to the Utah 
Bar in 1937 untU 1955. He 
served two terms as a repre- 
sentative to the Utah Legisla- 
ture in 1937 and 1939. 

A licensed embalmer and fu- 
neral director, Mr. Allen was a 
part-owner of the Jenkins Mor- 
tuary from 1925 to 1955 and 
had served terms as president 
and secretary-treasurer of the 
Utah Funeral Directors and 
Embatoiers Assn. He also was 
a member of the National 
Funeral Directors Assn. 

IN 1958 HE was elected 



president of the Ambassador 
Athletic Club and previously 
served as president of the Mur- 
ray Lions Club, Murray Cham- 
ber of Commerce and the Mur- 
ray City Board of Education. 

A graduate of the University 
of Utah Law School, he was a 
member of the Utah State Bar 
and the American Bar Assn. 
He had attended the LDS Busi- 
ness College and the Cincinnati 
College of Embalming. 

BORN AUG. 11, 1904, In Salt 
Lake City, Mr. Allen was a son 
of Wilford J. and Maud Bliss 
Allen. He married Viola Jen- 
kins, who died June 21, 1952. 
He married Viola S. Allen on 
July 16, 1954, in Las Vegas, 
Nev. 

He was a member of the 
Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- 
ter-daiLSalnL<5 




W. Douglas Allen . . . Was 
first Murray CAty Judge. 



ALLEN 

(WUford Douglas Allen 6 - Wilford J. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
718. WILFORD DOUGLAS ALLEN , b 11 August 1904 at Salt Lake City, Utah, d 19 March 1962 at Helena, 

Montana, son of Wilford J. and Maud (Bliss) Allen, md 17 September 1924 Viola Jenkins, b 1 

December 1902, d 21 June 1952, daughter of George A. and Annetta (Williams) Jenkins. He md 2nd 

16 July 1954 Viola S. Allen. 

Children: (Viola Jenkins) 

WQford Allen, b 9 October 1927. d infant. 

Douglas Richard Allen, b 28 February 1929. 

Ronald Jenkins Allen, b 7 June 1932, md 20 August 1951 Barbara Louise Trott. 

Bruce Arthur Allen, b 16 July 1936. 

Children: (Viola S. Allen) 



Gary Kim Allen, b 4 March 1957. 



Allen genealogy records, Jenkins 
family records. 



387 



ALLEN 

(Ronald Jenkins Allen 7 - W. Douglas 6 - WilfordJ. 5 - William C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
RONALD JENKINS ALLEN , b 7 June 1932, son of W. Douglas and Viola (Jenkins) Allen, md 20 August 
1951 Barbara Louise Trott, b 1 August 1932, daughter of Artinel and Wilma (Lytner) Trott. 

Children: 

Donald Kent Allen, b 26 July 1952 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Katheline Louise Allen, b 22 December 1954 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Scott David Allen, b 26 August 1957 at Los Angeles, California. 
Jeffrey Craig Allen, b 2 June 1961 at Alamogordo, New Mexico. 
Suzanne Allen, b 14 August 1964 at Torrence, California. 

Allen records, Trott records. 

ALLEN 

(Bruce Bliss Allen 6 - Wilford J. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
719. BRUCE BLISS ALLEN , b 3 August 1911, son of Wilford J. and Maud (Bliss) Allen, md 21 January 1934 

Hampton Rhodes, Norfolk, Va. Betty Hunton, b 2 August 1912. 

Lt. Cdr. B. B. Allen retired after 25 years of service in the Lighter than Air Division of the U, S. Navy, 
pilot of an observation blimp during World War II. He was a member of the crew of the ill-fated 
AKRON dirigible, which went down in liie Atlantic one week after his transfer to the west coast on the 
"Pennsylvania. " He was on the "MACON" from its beginning to the disaster in the Pacific of this 
beautiful Queen of the air. While all were lost with the sinking of the "AKRON," only one life was 
lost with the Macon while on assignment with the U. S. Fleet of Battle Ships. 



HOLFERT 

(Mignon Allen 6 - Wilford J. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
720. MIGNON ALLEN , b 28 November 1913, daughter of Wilford J . and Maud (Bliss) Allen, md 9 October 

1931 Alfred R. Holfert, b 24 February 1907. 

Children: 

Suzanne Holfert, b 19 October 1942, md 23 May 1963 Craig MacArthur. 
Michael Allen Holfert. b 29 February 1944, md 21 June 1966Jillene Pike. 

Their home, Washington D,C. For 10 years she was Matron and manager of the White House Cafeteria, 
Washington, D.C. 



388 

DOUGLAS R. ALLEN 
Grandson of WQford J. Allen 



Douglas Allen 

. . . moved up in journalism . . . 

Allen Goes 
To 'Pageant' 

Douglas R. Allen, son of W. 
Douglas Allen of Murray, has ac- 
cepted the position of Assistant 
Editor of Pageant magazine and 
began his new work Aug. 1st. 

Mr. Allah has, for the past 
seventeen months, edited Real De- 
tective: Prior to that time he 
spent fourteen months as assist-, 
ant editor of house organs pub- 
lished by Metropolitan .Life Insur- 
ance Co. in New York City. 

A graduate of Murray high 
school and the University of 
Utah, where he majored in jour- 
nalism, Mr. Allen is well-known 
In this community. He served in 
the Army after receiving his de- 
g r e e from Utah and received 
specialized training at the Armed 
Forces School of Public Informa- 
tion. Later he edited the Fl. 
Riley (Kans.) paper until com- 
petion of military duty in 1952. 
He began work for Metropolitan 
In January, 1953. 

Although he Is not the subject 
of the story, Douglas' picture and 
that of his secretary appears on 
page 62 of the September issue 
of Pageant. 




389 

MIGNON ALLEN HOLFERT 
Daughter of WQford J. Allen 




Culinary Masterpieces by 
Mignon Holfert Delight 
DRG and CC Patients 

Mig-non Holfert, audit clerk in 
the Grants Management Expendi- 
ture Report Unit, Division of Re- 
search Grants, has created a snow- 
covered village made of sug-ar and 
egg whites for the 
pleasure of the 
DRG staff. 

"Sugar City," 
as the white fairy- 
land is called, 
measures 17 by 38 
inches and took 5 
dozen egg whites 
and 10 pounds of 
sugar to construct. 
Mrs. Holfert work- 
ed on it for 2 weeks in her spare 
time. 

To brighten the Christmas of 
the children patients in the Clini- 
cal Center, Mrs. Holfert also made 
a large gingerbread house. 
Mrs. Holfert has had no foi-mal 
training in decorative baking. 
When she and her husband went 
into the catering business, she was 
not satisfied with the appearance 
of the baker's cakes. She fired him 
and from then on was too busy 
baking to take lessons. 

Mrs. Holfert managed the exec- 
utive cafeteria at the White House 
from 1950 to 1960, and baked a 
gingerbread house for the Eisen- 
hower grandchildren. 



Mrs. Holfert 




Grandson, Alan MacArthur 





"Sugar City," a snow-covered village mode of sugar and egg whites by 
Mignon Holfert, has been on display at DRG, Westwood BIdg. 



390 



ALLEN 

(Marvin G. Allen 6 - WUford J. 5 - William C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
721. MARVIN G. ALLEN , b 30 March 1915 at Salt Lake City. Utah, dRosemead. California 4 October 1958. 

son of Wilford J. and Maud (Bliss) Allen, md 9 May 1935 Maxine Cragun, b 1 December 1915. . 

daughter of Wallace and Susan Doma (Sweeten) Cragun. (separated) 

Children: 

Richard Wallace Allen, b 9 October 1936, U. S. Army, France 2 1/2 years. 
Marvin Cragun Allen, b 10 November 1940, md Linda J. Powers, 1962. 

Marvin G. Allen served through the second World War servicing ships for duty in the Pacific. He belonged 
to the "Gallon Club" of blood donors of California. Doctor's orders were for him to "forget the blood 
banks for a period of time. " Instead, he went to anodier "Bank" too soon. In the following montiis he 
donated too often, giving another half gallon. This affected his health for a period of time and eventually 
cost him his life. 



ALLEN 

(Richard Wallace Allen 7 - Marvin G. 6 - Wilford J. 5 - William C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
RICHARD WALLACE ALLEN , b 9 October 1936, son of Marvin G. and Maxine (Cragun) Allen, md 1st 
August 1960 his schooldays sweetheart Victoria Santos. While he was in France Victoria married in 
Honolulu, had two sons and divorced. Upon Richard's return to California he again met Victoria and 
they were married in California. 

ChQdren: 

Troy Edward Allen, b 7 July 1962 in California. 
Denice Rene Allen, b 19 September 1963 in California. 

By her first husband Victoria had Steven Raymond, b 22 July 1956 and Charles, b 4 February 1958. Her 
two sons were legally adopted by Richard Wallace AUen. 



ALLEN 

(Arthur Eldon Allen 6 - Wilford Jackson 5 - William C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
722. ARTHUR ELDON ALLEN , b 14 March 1919, son of Wilford J. and Maud (Bliss) Allen, md 17 June 1936 

Viola May Samuelson, b 12 September 1919. daughter of Emil O. and Amelia May (King) Samuelson. 

(separated) 

Children: 

Joan Amelia Allen, b 29 March 1937 at Salt Lake City, Utah, md 30 November 1956 Calvin Dwayne Hall. 
Eldon Ray Allen, b 16 December 1938, md 30 November 1956 Patty Ann Johnson. Killed in motorcycle 
accident May 17, 1966. 

NOTE: ARTHUR E. ALLEN served in World War II as a flight engineer. He joined the Salt Lake Sheriffs 
Department. After serving for twenty-four years, he was made Chief Deputy Sheriff of Salt Lake County. 



391 



ARTHUR E. ALLEN, fourth son of Wilford J. Allen 




Capt, Arthur E. Allen 
. . sheriff's chief deputy 



New Chief 
Deputy 
Is Named 



Capt. Arthur E. Allen, 
7564-1000 East, Midvale, Thurs- 
day was named acting chief 
deputy to Salt Lake County 
Sheriff George Q. Nielsen Jr. 

Sheriff Nielsen named Capt. 
Allen in a brief ceremony in his 
office at 9 a.m. 

The appointment was ap- 
proved immediately after by 
the Salt Lake County Commis- 
sion. 

His salary will be J750 per 
month. 

Capt. Allen has been with the 
department for 20 years and 
worked up through the ranks 
He was appointed a lieutenant 
in 1962 and captain in 1965. He 
is a graduate of the Police Insti 
tute of Applied Science and Crim^ 
inology, a graduate of several 
FBI training schools and has 
had extensive training in poliee 
fingerprinting, photography and 
criminalistics. 

The captain recently com- 
pleted an administration and 
record orientation course with 
the Los Angeles County Sher- 
iff's Department. 

He has been heading the tech- 
nical services division since it 
was formed last yeaw during a 
reorganization of the various 
departments. The technical ser- 
vices include records, evidence, 
identifications and communica- 
tions. 

Sheriff Nielsen and Capt. 
Allen have pioneered a records 
sygtem in the sheriff's office 
that had been lacking for nearly 
a decade or more. 

Capt. Allen's duties as the 
chief deputy are effective im- 
mediately, Uie sheriff said. 



ARTHUR E. ALLEN served in World War 11 as a flight engineer. He joined the Salt Lake Sheriffs 
Department. After serving for twenty -four years, he was made Chief Deputy Sheriff of Salt Lake County. 



392 



HALL 

(Joan Amelia AUen 7 - Arthur E. 6 - Wilford J. 5 - WiUiam C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
JOAN AMELIA ALLEN, b 29 March 1937, daughter of Arthur Eldon and Viola May (Samuelson) Allen, 
md 30 November 1956 Calvin Dwayne Hall, b 20 December 1936 at Vernal, Utah, son of Lynn Stringham 
and Eula (Massey) Hall. 

Children: 

David Douglas Hall, b 26 November 1959 at Salt Lake City. Utah . 
Logan Barrett Hall, b 1 December 1960 (stillborn). Vernal, Utah. 
Carlene Diane Hall, b 19 January 1962 at Vernal, Utah. 
Darien Russell Hall, b 2 May 1963 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Todd "B" Hall, b 13 July 1966 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Allen-Hall records. 

ALLEN 

(Eldon Ray Allen 7 - Arthur E. 6 - Wilford J.. 5 - WOliam C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
ELDON RAY ALLEN, b 16 December 1938, d 17 May 1966. son of Arthur E. and Viola (Samuelson) Allen, 
md 30 November 1956 Patsy Ann Johnson, b 4 March 1941, daughter of Robert J. and Ellen (Manning) 
Johnson, divorced. Patsy J. Allen md 2nd Clair Harris. 

Children: 

Teresa Rae Allen, b 21 January 1958 at San Francisco, California. 
Russell Scott Allen, b 5 June 1959 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Robert Joseph Allen, b 6 January 1961. 

NOTE: Eldon Ray Allen was kQled by motorcycle 17 May 1966 returning to Salt Lake from Holiday. He 
had served with the Marines six years. 



ALLEN 

(Duane Kelvin Allen 6 - WUfordJ. 5 - William Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
72 3. KELVIN DUANE ALLEN , b 14 May 1921, son of Wilford J. and Maud (Bliss) Allen, md 9 April 1940 Mildred 

Robison, b 28 January 1921. They separated. 

Children: 

Mildred Myrlene Allen, b 8 April 1941, md 25 October 1958 Paul Ray Hamilton. 
Jeny Duane Allen, b 22 May 1943, md Flora Mary Johns 20 June 1960. 

NOTE: Mildred R. Allen md 2nd William Poltino. The above children were adopted by him and took 
the name of Poltino. 



393 



HAMILTON 

(Myrlene Allen Poltino 7 - Duane "K" 6 - Wilford J. 5 - William C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
MYRLENE ALLEN POLTINO , b 8 April 1941. adopted by Wm. Poltino, md 1958 Paul Ray Hamilton, b 17 
December 1940. 

ChUdren: 

Tena Hamilton, b 8 May 1959. 
Raelene Hamilton, b 27 December 1960. 
Shelley Hamilton, b 26 May 1963. 
Darrin Hamilton, b 17 June 1964. 
Roni Lynn Hamilton, b 16 June 1965. 



POLTINO 

(Jerry Duane 7 - Duane K. 6 - WHford J. 5 - WiUiam C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
JERRY DUANE ALLEN POLTINO , b 22 May 1943, son of Duane K. and Mildred (Robison) Allen, md 20 
June 1959 Florence Mary Johns, b 27 February 1942 at Millard County, Utah, daughter of Reed and 
Martha (Abbott) Johns. 

ChUdren: (born at Murray, Salt Lake County, Utah) 

Jerry Dean Poltino, b 2 January 1961. 
Lisa Mary Poltino, b 31 December 1963. 
Angela (Angle) Poltino, b 26 June 1964. 

Murray vital records. 

ALLEN 

(Lorin S, Allen 6 - Wilford J. 5 - William C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 

724. LORIN SHEREL ALLEN , b 26 April 1926 at Salt Lake City, Utah, son of WUford J. and Maud (Bliss) 

Allen, md 1st in the spring of 1944 Gloria Thomas, b 1927 at St. Louis, Missouri, daughter of Mr. T. 
Thomas of Kansas City, Missouri and Mrs. June Thomas of St. Louis, Missouri, a war marriage and 
they separated. He md 2nd 17 November 1950 at Osage, Iowa, Jaqueline Anna Blomgren, b 15 January 
1923 at Charlotte, North Carolina, daughter of Sigfrid Luther and Ruth Amelia (Gibson) Blomgren. 

Children: (Gloria Thomas) 

Linda Rae Allen, b 5 August 1945 at St. Louis, Missouri, md 27 January 1967 Jerry Wayne White, gd-son 
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Walter White and son of Mr. and Mrs. Eles White of Milan, Tennessee. 

Children: (Jaqueline Anna Blomgren) 

Steven Rexford Allen, b 22 August 1951 at St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota. 
Wilford David Allen, b 7 March 1953. 
Lorinda Kay Allen, b 3 June 1955. 
Patricia Ruth Allen, b 4 July 1958. 
Christine Marie Allen, b 26 August 1959. 

St. Paul vr. , Allen family records. 

Lorin S. Allen with his four brothers served in World War II. He was in Tinian, Saipan, and in China, an 
electrician and radar operator. In St. Paul he opened up a Television and Radio studio where he carried on 
his business for ten years. He served as Scout Master, as leader of the Explorer group, and as Auxiliary 
Chief of Police of Rosedale. In 1960 he was chosen as Director of Civil Defense for the County of Ramsey, 
Minnesota, at the age of thirty-four years. The County of Ramsey, Minn, is considered one of the most 
efficient and well prepared in the nation. 



394 



ALLEN 

(Ronald Earl Allen 6 - Earl S. 5 - Wm. Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
726. RONALD EARL ALLEN , b 12 September 1907 at Draper, Utah, son of Earl S. and Mabel (Ennis) Allen, 

md 1927 Ruth Rasmussen, b 12 October 1892, daughter of Edward M. and Mary Jane (Andrus) Rasmussen. 

Children: 

Donald Ray Allen, b 23 June 1928, d 31 May 1950. 

Calvin R. Allen, b 14 September 1930, md Dixie Jensen 14 February 1951. 

Maurine AUen, b 29 December 1935, md Wayne S. Anderson 25 August 1954. 

Alva Ralph Allen, b 3 December 1937, d 15 March 1939. 

Melvin Ronald Allen, b 20 April 1940, md 20 November 1959 Deanne Sue Doyle. 

Robert Edward Allen, b 30 May 1946, md 14 January 1966 Penny Lee Osborne. 

ALLEN 

(Calvin R. Allen 7 - Ronald E. 6 - Earl S. 5 - Wm. C, 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
CALVIN R. ALLEN* , md Dixie (Jensen) Allen. 

Children: (bom at Diaper, Utah) 

Katherine Allen, b 12 December 1951. 
DuaneJ. Allen, b 6 January 1953. 
Calvin Ralph Allen, b 13 March 1954. 
Ronald J. Allen, b 7 June 1955. 
Judy Allen, b 5 January 1957. 
Roger Donald Allen, b 31 May 1958. 
Lana Allen, b 4 February 1960. 
Gordon J. Allen, b 2 February 1961. 
Vema Allen, b 21 March 1963. 
Michael J. Allen, b 18 September 1964. 



ANDERSON 

(Maurine Allen 7 - Ronald E. 6 - Earl S. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
MAURINE ALLEN , md Wayne S. Anderson. 

Children: (born at Provo, Utah) 

Alan Wayne Anderson, b 31 May 1955. 
Brent Earl Anderson, b 24 January 1957. 
Steven Ray Anderson, b 3 March 1958. 
Roxy Lee Anderson, b 14 May 1963. 
Marsalie Anderson, b 8 March 1965. 



ALLEN 

(Melvin Allen 7 - Ronald E. 6 - Earl S. 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
MELVIN DONALD ALLEN , md Deanne Sue (Doyle) Allen. 

Melvin Lynn Allen, b 26 June 1960. (all born at Draper, Utah) 
Teressa Allen, b 2 July 1961. 
, b 30 May 1966. 

Draper Ward records, record of Ruth 
Rasmussen Allen. 



395 



ALLEN 

(William Venar Allen 6 - Earl 5 - Wm, C. 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
728. WILLIAM VENAR ALLEN , b 11 July 1910, d 2 December 1950 at Medford, Oregon, son of Earl S. and 

Hannah Mabel (Ennis) Allen, md 12 June 1931 Charlotte Rasmussen, b 15 September 1912, d 26 May 

1937 at Draper, Utah, daughter of Adolph and Mary (Kelly) Rasmussen, 

Children: 

Earl Venar Allen, b 1 August 1932 at Murray, Utah, md 8 January 1953 Peggy Jeanne Zimmerman. 

Von R. Allen, b 13 April 1934, md 12 February 1955 Anna Gay Major, 

Cleo Allen, b 6 January 1937, md 11 September 1954 Joseph Anderson, md 2nd Arthur Adolph Kelly. 

ALLEN 

(Earl Venar Allen 7 - Wm. Venar 6 - Earl 5 - Wm, C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
EARL VENAR ALLEN , b 1 August 1932, son of Wm, Venar and Charlotte (Rasmussen) Allen, md 2 
January 1953 Peggy Jeanne Zimmerman, b 4 September 1934 at San Diego, California, daughter of 
Julius Orin and Anna Pearl (Miller) Zimmerman. 

Children: 

Donald Lee Allen, b 8 November 1953 at Torrence, California. 
Peggy Ann Allen, b 12 July 1956 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 
David Earl Allen, b 28 March 1958 at Salt Lake City, Utah, 

Allen family record. 

ALLEN 

(Von R. Allen 7 - Wm. Venar 6 - Earl S 5 - Wm. C. 4 - Andrew J. 3- Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
VON R. ALLEN , b 13 April 1934 at Murray, Utah, son of Wm. Venar and Charlotte (Rasmussen) Allen, 
md 12 February 1955 at Ely, Nevada, Anna Gay Major, b 16 January 1940 at Richfield, Utah, daughter 
of Warren G. and Lana L. (Hurdsmans) Major. 

Children: (all born at Salt Lake City, Utah) 

Von Venar Allen, b 21 June 1956, 
Kirt Warren Allen, b 6 November 1959, 
William Venar Allen, b 1 February 1966 (twin). 
Venica Allen, b 1 February 1966 (twin). 



ANDERS ON -KELLY 

(Cleo Allen 7 - Wm. Venar 6 - Earl 5 - William C. 4 - Andrew J ackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
CLEO ALLEN , b 6 January 1937, daughter of Wm, Venar and Charlotte (Rasmussen) Allen, md 1st 
Joseph A. Anderson 11 September 1954, md 2nd 13 October 1963 at Elko, Nevada, Arthur Adolph 
Kelly, b 23 December 1940, son of Wm, and Elma Marie (Holmberg) Kelly. 

Children: (Joseph A Anderson) 

Joseph Alexander Anderson, b 11 August 1955. 

Children: (Arthur A. Kelly) 

Buddy D. Kelly, b 28 March 1964 at Salt Lake City, Utah, 
Cheryl LaRae Kelly, b 14 September 1965 at Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Earl Allen records, Jane A. Gordon. 



396 



GLAZER 

(Alda Allen 6 - Earl S. 5 - William C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1) 
729. ALDA ALLEN, b 16 May 1912, daughter of Earl S. and Hannah Mabel (Ennis) Allen, md 3 March 1930 

Kile Glazer, b 23 October 1906 at Spring City, Utah. 

Children: 

Allen Kile Glazer, b 20 October 1934, md 29 March 1959 Carol Lopan, b 23 May 1938. 
Gordon Albert Glazer, b 19 May 1938 at San Diego, California. 

Mrs. Earl S. Allen record. 

ALLEN 

(Arval Dwaine Allen 6 - EarLS. 5 - WiUiam C. 4 - Andrew J. 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
731. ARVA L DWAINE ALLEN , b 6 August 1918, d 18 January 1951 at New Mexico, son of Earl S. and Hannah 

Mabel (Ennis) Allen, md Emily Wysocke of New Jersey. He was a graduate from West Point Academy. 

Children: 

Laraine Allen. 
Andrea Allen. 



ALLEN 

(Emery Allen 6 - Earl S. 5 - William Coleman 4 - Andrew Jackson 3 - Rial 2 - Samuel 1 ) 
732. EMERY ALLEN , b 20 March 1923 at Draper, Utah, son of Earl S. and Hannah Mabel (Ennis) Allen, md 

29 January 1943 Leone Oakeson, b 22 January 1925 at South Jordan, Utah, daughter of Harvey A. and 

Maria E. (Leak) Oakeson. 

Children: 

Linda Allen, b 24 July 1943, md 7 May 1965 Frank Eawes; Linda b at Murray, Utah. 

Wanda Allen, b 21 August 1944, md Errol Covington. 

Clyde Harvey Allen, b 5 June 1947. 

Clyde Harvey Allen, b 10 January 1950. 

Gary Oakeson Allen, b 10 June 1955. 

John Wesley Allen, b 26 May 1957 at Lehi, Utah. 

Burton Douglas Allen, b 10 April 1960 at Lehi, Utah. 

Record of Leona O. Allen. 



397 



St. Joseph, Mo., March 1, 1937 
Dear Mrs. Allen: 

Received your letter a few days ago and will send you all I know. I found the family Bible but the 
records are gone and no one seems to know anything about them- I am truly sorry but I cannot do much more 
with that gone. 

Aunt Nancy married twice I think, I believe she married a Doughty and don't know how many children 
they had. He died and then she married John Gillihan and they had three or four children. One of the boys 
Frank Gillihan lives in Idaho, I believe, Gennett, (Blaine CC) Idaho. 

I don't know anything about Uncle David, only he was kUled around a saw mill, and Uncle George, I 
don't know anything about him. I never saw either Uncle David or Uncle George. I do know Uncle George 
married Mary someone, she was here to mother and father's golden wedding anniversary in the year 1926. 
Her address at that time was Mrs. Mary Allen, Cointere, Calif. I believe they had one girl, but I don't know 
anything about her. 

Uncle Gill lived in Honeywell, Kansas, but he is dead and so is his wife. She was Ellen Clemmons. She 
is dead also. They had one boy Charlie, he lives in Oklahoma or Kansas, I don't know his address. One of 
the girls Mrs. Lillie Taylor lives 417 So. 8th, Ark. City, Kansas. The other girl lives in Tonkave, Oklahoma. 
Her name is Mrs. Ida Birdsell. 

I believe that is all I can give you on this yellow sheet I have given you the names of the inlaws. Two of 
the brothers have been married more than once, so I just gave their first wife. 

I hope some one else can give you more information than I have. 

Sincerely, 

(signed) Mrs. Ulva I. Smith 
33-5 No. 11th, St. Joseph, Mo. 

This lady is a daughter of William Bird Allen of Ky. who went to Missouri after the Civil War and was 
killed there. 

* * * * « 

Pryor, Okla., March 4th. 1937 

I am sending what little record I have. It isn't much. Just three of us left. P. V. at Sumner, Mo. , 
Sam, Bay City, Texas, Rachel died in January. Susan died last August. Yes, I remember Uncle Wm. Don't 
know anything about his folks only he had a daughter in Kansas. 

Resp'y. 

(signed) Jne. D. Allen 



398 



Maud Bliss Allen: 

I have filled out the yellow sheets as best I could. I don't know so much about the Aliens as my people 
came to 111. a good many years ago, during the Civil War, and I never saw many of the Aliens, only the 
ones here in McDonough Co. and some of them died before I can remember. 

I remember my father telling me that his Uncle Bird was killed before they came to 111. 

My grand-father Rufus Thompson Allen had a sister they called Polly Allen Adams, if you haven't any 
record of her you could write to James Allen Adams or Mrs. Ranny Sunnicut, New Philadelphia, 111. They 
could give you the information in regards to her. Seems to me this has been a lot of work for you but it will 
be nice to have all these different groups on record. Are you going to have them made out in book form. 

I should have filled this out sooner but you know we just neglect things and I don't do much writing any 
more. I am sorry that I did not fill them out sooner but hope that the information that I have given you will 
be of some help to you. 

I am sending you a picture of our little girl, an Illinois Allen. 

S incerely, 

(signed) Louis Homer Allen 

P. S. When you get the Allen record complete if they do not come too high I would like to get one copy of 
them. 



DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION RECORDS OF ALLENS OF VIRGINIA 

John Allen 1749-1815, md 1781 Jane Tandy 1765-1849 Va rec. 
son Granville Allen 1786-1844 md in 1809 Jane Vivian Sanford 1790-1858 
son William Cunningham Allen 1820-1891 md 1850 Isabell Barnes 1830-1907 
dau Jane Vivian Allen md J. S. Corbitt of Owingsville Ky. 

Richard Allen, 1739-1830 b Virginia died Gerrard Ky. md Susannah Gatewood 1778 
dau Patsy Allen md Elijah Hiatt 1771-1853 she 1787-d 1857 

D. A.R. 92 pp 243 
Richard Allen 1751-1824 b Orange Co. Va. died Fayette Co. Ky md Ann Wisdom 1754-18 39 
dau Sally Allen, 1772-1832 md Richard Higgins 1770-1843 
son Joel Higgins 1802-1859 md Ann Louise Gibson 1806-1881 

Sgt. Joseph Allen b 1733 in No. C. md Sarah Crawford 

dau Jane Allen 1755-1845 md Charles Clay Black (sic) md Simeon Roch b 1760 

dau Jane Roch 1795-1864 md Chas Clay Black ok 1795-1839 

dau Elizabeth Black 1823-1905 md John Macklin Franklyn Ky. 

John Allen b Pa. of Amhurst Co. Va. md 1783 Martha Tribble she died 1824 
dau Frances Allen 1783-1816 md 1802 Daniel Huffier 1773-1827 

Va D. A. R. 



399 



Thomas Allen, 1732-1822 b Ireland d Ft. Royal Va. md 1765 Deborah Montgomery Miller 1747-1833 
son Robert Millard Allen, 1790-1819 md 1816 Rebecca Branson 1793-1853 
dau Sarah Catherine Allen 1817-1858 md Samuel Gardner 1814-1882 

Drewery Allen 1749-1826 Orange Co. No.C. md Elizabeth Yardborough dau Martha Allen md Wm Pyson 

1770-1853 she 1780-1815 
son Young D. Allen d 1853 md Sarah A. H. Sale d 1861 
son of Young D. Allen Augustus C. Allen b 1836 

Charlotte Co. Va. 
Charles Allen 1764-1856 md 1782 Susan Gardner 
dau Sophia Allen, b 1788 

Matthew Allen, 1750-1845 md Mary Brauner 1755-1850 

son Matthew Allen, 1805-1890 md Tennessee M. Walker 1824-1866 

son Mathew Walker Allen 

James Allen 1730-1793 b Amelia Co. Va. d Prince Edward Co. Va. md 1749 Mary Ann Bigger 
dau Mary Ann Allen, b 1751 md Samuel Watson 1750-1806 
son John Allen 

# 4 « « « 

NORVELL CHRISTIAN ALLEN, b 15 June 1898, md. Ruth Hostler. The following copy is a typewritten record 
sent in 1937 to the compiler. One daughter Jenny Sue Allen, b July 9,^ 1936. 

Nathaniel Newton Allen Jr. and Mildred Wisner Allen, St. Paul, Minn, have a daughter Patricia Ann b 
21 April 1933; one son James Irving Allen, b 15 June 1936. 

Christine Allen Jones and Arthur L. Jones, Overland Park, Kansas, have a son Richard born abt. 23 Dec. 1931; 
and one daughter Martha Sue born abt. 20 Dec. 1933. 

Henry E. Allen and Mable Homes Allen, Keytesville, Mo., have a daughter, Carol Jean, born 1st Nov., 
1936. 

Almost all of this family of Aliens are Democrats. All are Protestants, Baptists, Methodists and Christians. 

Samuel Allen and Mary Norvell Allen spent their last years in Chariton County Missouri. They have ten 
children all of whom lived to adulthood: 

Rachel who married Barker Rutledge, both dead, no children. 

Mattie who married Henry Ehrhardt, both dead. 
Son Harvey died about 1916 - no children 

Son Allen Martin Ehrhardt who married Lyde Elliot and have son Thomas Henry Ehrhardt, abt. 20 yrs. 
of age. 

Edward V. Allen who married Flora Dunn who is dead; have 2 sons, 2 daughters and a number of grandchildren. 

Susan who married Jess Elliott and had twin sons, one of whom died at the age of six and the other at the age 
of 16. 

John D. Allen who married Mollie Naylor. They live near Pryor, Oklahoma. They have 4 sons and one 
daughter and a number of grandchildren. 



400 

Nathaniel Newton Allen. 

William Allen who died about 1890. 

Samuel P. Allen married Mattie Garhart. 

Mollie B. Allen who died about March 1902. 

Harvey Allen who died about 1903. 

NOTE: The above is copied from a lener to Maud B. Allen in 1937. 

OBITUARY - SUSAN FRANCES ALLEN 

(Susan Frances Allen 5 - Samuel 4 - Samuel 3 - John 2 - Samuel 1) 

SUSAN FRANCES ALLEN was born near Whitesville, Andrew County, Missouri, February 4, 1856, and 
departed this life at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. B. Rutledge, Sumner, Missouri, February 4, 1856 sic 
August 4, 1936, at the age of 80 years, 6 months and 4 days. 

During the Civil War she migrated with her parents to Illinois, returning later with them to Salisbury, 
Missouri, where they made their home. 

In 1883 she was married to Jesse Elliott. To this union were born twin boys. Lee died at an early age 
and Leo when he was 16. Her husband passed away in 1895. 

She was one of a family of ten children, four of whom survive her, namely Mrs. J. B. Rutledge and E. V. 
Allen, both of Sumner, Missouri, J. D. Allen, of Pry or, Oklahoma, and Sam Allen, Bay City, Texas. Those 
who preceded her in death were William Allen, Harvey Allen, Miss Mollie Allen, Mrs. Martha Ebr hart and Nat 
Allen. 

She united with the Baptist Church when she was a girl. Never being strong, she lived a quiet life. In 
her last suffering she was patient, and those nearest her did not realize her end was so near. In the small hours 
of the night she slept peacefully away. 

She is not dead, but asleep. May she awake in the broad sunshine of another life and be reunited with her 
loved ones. 

Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at Prairie Valley Church, north of Salisbury, conducted by 
Rev. P. F. Sears of Clifton Hill, Missouri, and burial was made in Prairie Valley Cemetery, under the direction 
of the Thome Undertaking Co. 

« « « # « 
DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION RECORDS OF ALLENS (Cont. ) 
Richard Allen 1739-1830 md 1778 Susannah Green Gatewood d 1830 No. 108 p 176 

William Allen, 1731-1797 Chesterfield Co. Va. md 1754 Sarah DeWitt 1730-1792 
child Frances Allen, 1757 md Richard Posey 1772-1830. No. 106 pp 59 D.A.R. 

James Allen, b 1716- d 1810 b Staunton Va. md Margaret Anderson 
Anne Allen md 1774 Geo. Poge 



401 

Joseph Allen 1746-1804 md Alice Tyler b 1748 md in Fauquer Co. Va. 1769 
dau Charlotte Tyler Allen 1787-1851 md Thomas Parker he d 1834 
dau Harriet Allen Parker 

No. 104 D.A.R. 

Charles Allen, 1746-1816 Charlotte Va. md Mary Venable 1750-1824 

dau Judith Ann Woodsen Allen md Wilham Henry Walkins 1776-1823 

No. 117 D.A.R, Daniel Allen 1759-1834 b No. C. d Giles Co. Tenn. md Aletha Hale 1772-1858 
dau Sarah Jane Allen, md John Davidson 

Daniel Allen 1728-1807 md Johanna Read b Hanover Co. Va. 

dau Polly Allen, 1777-1857 md Anthony Garnett Smith 1776-1832. No. 117 D.A.R. 

No. 115 David Allen 1762-1823 Wake Co. No. C. md 1798 Nancy Dawson 1769-1819 

son Jasper Allen, 1806-1899 md 1830 Nancy Ross, 1813-1898 

dau Mary Allen, 1834-1367 md Flavel Bennett Flake 1821-1891. No 114413 also No. 105732 D.A.R. 

No. 118 D.A.R. Thomas AUin 1757-1833 Hanover Co. Va. d in Ky. md 1789 Mary Jouett 1765-1833 

son Thomas AUin Jr. md 1814 Mary Burton Thompson 1794-1864. 

dau Sally AUin 1833-1913 md 1851 James D. Smith 

also Henry C. AUin son of Thos Jr. 1825-1905 md Naomi Pendleton 1833-1907 

Spotsylvania Co. Va. 
Joseph Allen 1737-1783 Essex Co. Va.md Sarah Allen 1740-1780 
dau Susan Allen 1759-1833 md Dudley Mitchum 1754-1831. No. 118. 

John Allen b Armagh Ireland 1732, d 1794 Frederick Co. Va. md 1760 Annie Polk 1743-1805. No.ll5 D.A.R. 

No. 113 D.A.R. Maj. John Allen, 1749-1815 b James City Co. Va. d Ky. md Jane Tandy 1765-1849, see 
ppll 

John Allen, Va. 1737-1799 

son Dr. James Allen md Jane Eliza McGhee 

son James Jr. md Al Martin Bedell. No. 93 D.A.R. 

Charles Allen, 1746-1806 born and died in Virginia 
son Benjamin Allen. 17 -1810. See No. 94 pp 130 

Hugh Allen, b Augusta Co. Va. md 1765 Jane Anderson 

son John Allen 1766-1847 md 1790 Alice McKay 1772-1815. No. 94 D.A.R. 

p. 84 Vol. 28 Va Hist Mag. 

The sight of Albermarle Barracks was on the farm of Geo. Carr located on the North bank of Ivy Creek, 
a tributary of the south fork of Arianna River within a distance of one mile of Fishing Creek on which was 
located the home of John Allen, father of Capt. John Allen who md Jane Tandy. 

Samuel AUens-AUins in Rev. War. 

Sam '1 Allen Monroe Co. Va. md Hester pvt. Va. cent, R-172-Vol 254 

Samuel Allen, served under a Capt. Sm'l Higgenbothem Col Christian's Regiment Va. Mai. 1779. Vol. 259 

Samuel Allen, King and Queens Co, Va. Vol. 254. 

Samuel AUin resident of Pulaski Co. Ky. 1835 served Va. Mai. pvt. Vol 256. 

ofVa. and No. Carolina. HiUsboro Dist. 
Samuel Allen, Ragmland Dist. N.C. Orange Co. no other record. 



402: 



Capt. Ovenon who md Elizabeth Allen, was of Nauvoo, 111. 



Searched: 

War of the Rev. Va. 
Land Patents of Va. 1623 to 1774 

Records of old Pappahannok. Essex, Spotsylvania, Louisa. Albermarle, Hanover, KingSm., Carolina Counties, 
Vestry Books, St. Peter Parish, New Kent, St. Paul's parish, Hanover Co, Register St. Peter's Parish New 
Albermarle Co. , deed records, deed book, Virginia Mag. of History and Biography. Vol. 3. The Old North- 
west, General Quarterly, Harlean Society, Our Family Circle, History of Henry Co. Va. Hesters of Charlston, 
So. Carolina. 1790 Census. Census of 1850 -60-70 Washington, D.C. of Gentry Co. Mo. 



SAMUEL ALLEN 

(Affidavit filed by Mary Allen Tibbals with her application for admittance into D.A.R, through her descent 
from Samuel Allen.) 

From Family Records of Andrew Jackson Allen, bom in Pulaski County, Ky. ; died in Utah, original now owned 
by Mrs. W. J. Allen, 3434 S. Seventh East, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

"Samuel Allen, my grandfather was born in N.C. and grandmother, his wife was Nancy Easter of S.C. 

Samuel Allen 

Nancy Allen had children 

1. John Allen, born 1783, married Rachel McDaniels, born 1789 

2. Frankey Allen, born May 6, 1784, married Samuel Dick 

3. Rial Allen, born 1791, married Margaret Evins 

4. David Allen, married Patsey Harris 26 Dec, 1816 

5. Samuel Allen, Jr., born Sept. 15, 1799, married Nancy Spears 

John Allen 

Rachel Allen had children 

1. William Allen, born Aug. 1812 

2. Nancy "McDaniels Allen, born Jan. 1809, married her cousin James Allen, born 1807, a son of Rial Allen 

--moved to Utah and left numerous posterity 

3. Jack Allen 

4. Samuel Allen 

5. Polly Allen 

6. James Allen 

7. Valentine Allen 

8. Elizabeth Allen 

9. David Allen 

From North and South Carolina Marriage records in Salt Lake City and Los Angeles Libraries. 

"Samuel Allen and Nancy Hester, married Aug. 27, 1782, in Orange County, N.C. " (Andrew Jackson 
Allen recorded his grandmother's surname as Easter. ) 

From hand-carved native field stones at graves on Samuel Allen, Sr. homestead, Pulaski County, Ky. (Copied 
years ago with magnifying glass. ) 

Samuel Allen Nancy Allen 

died died 

Dec. 11, 1841 Feb. 13, 1829 



403 



From Pulaski County, Ky, court-house records. 

Marriage Book I. 

p. 12 - John Allen- Rachel McDaniels, Mar. 12, 1803 by Thos. Hill 

p. 20 - Rico (Rial) Allen-Peggy Evans, Oct. 21, 1806 by Thos. Hill 

p. 43 - David Allen-Patsey Harris, Dec. 23, 1816 by Joel Matthews 

p. 54 - Samuel Allen-Nancy Spears, Dec. 15, 1818 by Matthew Floyd 

p. 17 - Samuel Dick-Frankey Allen, Apr. 1805 by John McWherter 

p. 102 - James Allen-Nancy Allen, Jan. 20, 1831 by James Cooper 

Will Book III. 

p. 1298 - Sale of personal property of John Allen, decld. April 4, 1851. Rachel Allen (his wife) men- 
tioned as one of the buyers. 

From U.S. Veterans Administration, Washington, D.C. 

Pension Claim S2343 - Samuel Allen 

Samuel Allen, born Dec. SO, 1756, place not stated. Enlisted at Bedford court-house for six months in 
Capt. Davis Grissom's Company, Col. Jefferson's VirginiaRegiment. Moved to Orange County, N.C. and 
served nine months in Capt. Davis Grissom's Company who also went to Orange County, N.C. 

Samuel Allen was in the battles of Guilford court-house and Eutaw Springs. He re-enlisted the year 
Cornwallis surrendered, but his mother was taken very ill, and he hired a substitute, Robert Childress, to 
serve in his stead. Samuel Allen was granted a pension on his application executed Nov. 19, 1832, then a 
resident of Pulaski County, Ky. 

(signed) A.D. Miller, Asst. to Administrator 

From General Accounting Office, Washington, D.C. 

Samuel Allen, pensioner of Revolutionary War, Certificate No. 22240, Kentucky Agency. 
Last payment was made to C. Thompson at Lexington, Ky. on Sept. 30, 1841, as attorney for the 
pensioner. On Sept. 7, 1841 the pensioner certified that he had resided in Pulaski County, Ky. for thirty -eight 
years and that previous thereto he had resided in Chester County, South Carolina. 

(signed) W.W. Richardson, Chief Records 
Division 

From my own Family Records. 

Valentine Allen, born 6/19/1825, died 11/15/1916. 
Mildred Saunders Allen, born 7/19/1830, died 8/5/1921. 
Valentine Allen and Mildred M. Saunders were married 1/25/1849. 

Their Children: 

John Julius, born 1851 
Rebecca, born 1854 
James Haydon, born 1856 
David Turner, born 1858 
Alice, born 1861 
Henry Columbus, born 1865 
Mary Nancy, born 7/19/1868 
Anna, born 1871 



404 



Affadavit: 

I, Mary Allen Tibbals, do hereby cenify that the foregoing are conect and true copies of the original 

records. 

(signed) Mary Allen Tibbals 

Subscribed and sworn to before me, by Mary Allen Tibbals, this 4th day of March, 1936. 

(signed) N. W. Starkey 
Notary Public 



Tithables 10th June 1748. 



LUNENBURG LIST OF TYTHES - VIRGINIA 



Young Allen 
Drury Allen 
Charles Allen 


4 
3 
4 


Robert Allin 


1 


David Allin 


1 



Tithables 1749. Lunenburg Va. 



Young Allen 




Robert Allin 


1 


Robert Allin 


4 


Drury Allen 


3 


David Allen 


1 


William AUen 


1 



six squirrels 

21 

3 



Tithables 1750. Same co. 



p. 147 



William Allin 
Alexander Warren 
Charles Allen 
Robert Allin 
Young Allin 
Josiah Allin 
Robert Allin 
Joel AlUn 
David Allen 
Drury Allen 

1751 Drury. 

Drury Allen 
Robert Allin Sr. 
Robert Allin Jr. 
John Evins 
William Allen 
Charles Evins 
Gilbert Evins 



405 



Morris Evins 1 

Charles Allen 
George Allen 

1764 Tythe. 

Charles Allen Gent. 7 200 acres 

Samuel Allin 5 175 acres 

also Warrens 

Tithables 1751. p. 163 



John Evins 


2 


Charles Evins 


1 


Gilbird Evins 


1 


Morris Evins 


1 


William Allen 


1 


Nicholas Allen 




Charles Allen 




George Allen 





1752 

William Allen 
Robert Allen 
David Allen 

1764 

Land 
Charles Allen, Gent. 7 200 

Charles Allen 2 200 

Samuel Allen 5 275 

1772 

Turner Allen 
Thomas Warren 
Ambrose Warren 

1775 

Robert Allen 4 

Juny Warren 
William Warren 

1776 

Drury Allen 
Robert Allin 
Thomas Warren 
Ambrose Warren 
Young Allen 



406 



In 1774 the Tythes also names 

Eleazer Andrews 
William Andrews 
Ephraim Andrews 
John Andrews 
ELEAZER ANDREWS 



aU St. Jas. Parish Lunenburg Va. 



Ambrose Easter 
James Easter 
John Easter 

Abner Coleman 
Christopher Coleman 
Phil Coleman 
Richard Coleman 
Stephen Coleman 
William Coleman 



OLD WILLS, NCRTH CAROLINA 

Hyde Co. 

1786 John Allen, Hannah, Sally, Zadekiah, Isaac, Raphel, James, Jesse, Jeremiah, Jacob. 

Macklenberg Co. 

1776 John Allen wife Agness. 

Nash Co. 

Arthur Allen, Thomas, Art, Honor, Rhoda Karl, Elizabeth 1785 
A great many Moore, Evans, and Warren in this County. 

Orange Co. 

1770 Jos. Allen, John, William, Daniel 
1772 Isaac Allen, wife Mary 

Rowan Co. 

1786 Erasmus Allen, William, Thomas, Rachel, Hoew, Hannah, Esther. 

Wake Co. 

1774 Young Allen, wife Martha, William, Josiah, Coleman, Robin, Drury, Davis. 

Pasquimans Co. 

Many Evens and Moores. Also Randolph Co. and Warrens. 



CENSUS, POLK COUNTY IOWA, 1850 



Whiteley Allen 

Judy 

William 

Rachel 

Jonathan 



age 


place 


48 


Ky 


40 


Va 


18 


Mo 


16 


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14 


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Mo 


10 


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8 


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6 




5 




3 


low 


1 


" 


55 


Ky 


52 


" 


21 


Ind 


7 




16 


" 


31 


Ky 


24 




1 


Ind 


66 


Ky 


69 


Va 


38 


Ky 



David 

Isaac 

Lewis 

Obediah 

Phoebe 

Mary Q. 

Jesse 

Robert Warren 

Mary 

Amanda 

Lovina 

Alfred 

William Warren 

Mary 

Robert 

William Allen 

Rachel 

John 



THE WARREN FAMILY 

It is most interesting to note the number of Warren families are found in Somerset, Pulaski Co. Va. in view 
of the fact that Samuel Allen's mother was a Warren. Judge Adams of Pulaski Co. in an interview said that 
they all came up from So. Carolina in a group, with their covered wagons, provisions and families. The 
Warrens, the Adams, the Aliens, Easters, the Evins, and were headed for the North as game had become 
more scarce in the Carolinas. 

They came to the Valley of Kentucky and were taken up with it, and each of them decided to settle there 
and make their homes. Might then Miss Warren be a native of So. Carolina? It is probable. It is sad these 
ancestral problems remain obscure, in spite of every effort to bring them to light. The fact does remain 
that Samuel had a mother named Warren, that there are many descendants of the Warrens in his home county, 
Pulaski, and that the name of CERENUS Warren is listed in the Somerset families, and that the descendants 
of Samuel clung to this name Cerenus. Although it is not found at any time among the Allen families of 
Va. and No. C. except as we find it among the Allen descendants, even down to this generation, with the name 
Warren. 

There were also many Moores and Evins who came to Kentucky, settling in the region of Somerset. Of course 
we are interested in all these families, but concentrating particularly on the Warren connection and solicit 
correspondence most anxiously. 

WARREN FAMILIES OF PULASKI, KENTUCKY 

WILLIAM WARREN born 1815 where Pulaski, Ky 

Lucinda 1818 

children; 

Wyatt Warren 1836 

Jane 1838 

Margaret 1840 

Sarah 1842 

Fontain 1846 

Milton 1848 



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DAVID WARREN 
Elizabeth 

Children: 

HuldahJ, Warren 

Mary Am. 

WiUiam D. 

CYRENUS WARREN 
May 

Children: 
Manha Warren 
Elizabeth 

HENRY WARREN 
Mary A. 

Children: 

Susan Warren 

Mary (Polly) 

Crena 

Samantha 

David 

Elsada 

George 

William 

James 

These last three boys died infants before 1860. 

FIELDING WARREN 1828 

Rebecca 1829 

Children: 

Elizabeth Warren 1840 

David Warren 1843 

Mary 1845 

William 1847 

Sarah 1849 

Peter 1851 

HUGH WARREN 1797 No. Car. 

to Knox, Tenn. 
Children: 

Clarissa Warren 1829 Knox Tenn. 

Obedience (fem) 1831 

Cornelius 1833 " " 

Frederick 1835 " 

Martin 1838 

TURNER WARREN 1803 South Carolina 

Ann 1809 Johnson, Tenn 

Children: 

William A. Warren 1835 •• •■ 

Wyley 1841 

Mary Ann 1846 " " 

Loretta I849 



409 



ELIJAH WARREN 
Melinda 

Children: 

Delitha Warren 

Dicey 

Joseph 

Gailand 

Greenup 

son 

LOGAN WARREN 
Mary 

Children: 

Peter Warren 

James 

Elizabeth 

Sarah 

JOEL WARREN 

Sarah J. Acton, md 4 April 1833 

Children: 

Jane Warren, died young 

Elizabeth 

Lucinda 

Mary 

Amanda 

Judith 

Sarah 

Jennett 

Angelina 

Serena 

Jane 



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LIBERTY WARREN 
Nancy 

Children: 

Fielden 

Robert 

Sarah 

Pleasant 

William 

Mary 



1810 



THOMAS WARREN 
Letty 

Children: 

Martha Warren 

Ezekiel 

Daniel 

Happy 

William 

Joseph 



410 



WILUAM A. WARREN 
Elizabeth 

Children: 

Fountain?. Warren 

Milton G. 

Montgomery 

WiUiam D. 

James and Sarah (twins) 

EXTRACT OF LETTER FROM NANCY R, ROY 
Fellows, California, 11 Sept. , 1934 

Samuel and Nancy Allen are buried in one of the most beautiful little nooks that you can imagine. Of 
course, as long as Mr. Wesley lives, their graves will be cared for. When he found that we wanted the dates 
of their death, he took up all the stones, carefully cleaned them and used a glass to discover the dates. Then 
he replaced the stones. The markers were of native stone and impossible to decipher without a glass. I 
wanted a picture of these graves (there were five, I believe--Samuel, Nancy, a grand-son William Gilmore, 
and two slaves) but it began to pour rain almost as soon as we got there. 

Samuel Allen died December 11, 1841, and his wife, Nancy died February 13, 1829. Mrs. Frazure 
told me that he lived with his daughter, whose name she had forgotten, but who married a Dick; that his 
son-in-law was not good to him and that his last days were not very happy. He had deeded or in some way 
given his home to his daughter to take care of him. Mrs. Frazure is a grand -daughter of John Allen, I think 
I understood her to say. She may write to you. 

Samuel Allen, Junior, I understood to be the youngest child. He was born Sept. 15, 1799, in Chester 
County, South Carolina. December 15, 1818, he married Nancy Spears in Pulaski County, Kentucky. He 
came to Platte County, Missouri probably between 1849 and 1851. They then went to Oregon, settling in Lane 
County, at Irving, Sept. 10, 1854. They had four children: Frances or Frankey, bcxn March 2, 1822; Mary, 
born February 16, 1824; Love, born April 26, 1827; and Elizabeth, born March 18, 1832. Frankey married 
my grandfather, Leonard Roy and if you want their family I have it as complete as it can be obtained, for I 
am writing a genealogy of the Roy family. The daughter Elizabeth married J. C. Yates of Jackson County, 
Missouri, October 12, 1852, and they had four children- -Lucinda J. , Nancy C, William B., and Mary. 
Mary is Mrs. Mary Fletcher, of North Bend, Oregon, and it is from her that I got these dates. The Yates 
family is listed in Lane County, Oregon, History. 

Samuel Allen Junior was about six feet tall with blue eyes and light complexion. He was a kindly, 
well-liked man, being best known to most people as "Uncle Sam Allen. " He died December 4, 1682, and 
was buried in the Luper Cemetery, Irving, Oregon. 

Now I understood that Samuel Allen, Senior, had five children, David, Riley, John, Samuel, and a 
daughter who married a Dick. I note you say Frankey and this corresponds. Mr. Wesley, writes the name 
Riley and about renyearsago Riley and Gill--Gilmore Allen came to my home in Missouri, and I got their 
addresses at that time. I knew we were related but my father had just passed on and no one else knew the 
relationship or enough about the Aliens to figure it out. I gave you their addresses. I do not know their 
relationship yet. Mr. Wesley wrote that David Allen had seven sons: Bird, Thomas, Richmond, Harris, 
John, Gilmore and Samuel. He had two daughters, one Nancy, and the other he did not know her name, but 
she married a John McClure. Gilmore had one son and two daughters. One daughter manied Mr. Wesley's 
Uncle George Irvine. Her name was Bell and she is the mother of Sherman Irvine of Washington College, 
Tennessee. 

(signed) Nancy Reba Roy 



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LETTER OF CORNELIUS WESLEY, PRESENT OWNER OF THE ALLEN PLANTATION IN KENTUCKY 

Somerset, Ky., R. 1 
October 23, 1934 

Mrs. Maud B. Allen 

Dear Mrs. Allen. 

Samuel Allen was born Dec. 20, 1756 and died the 11th Dec. , 1841. Nancy, his wife, died 13 Feb. 
1829. I don't know her birth. The letters on Samuel's headstone are very dim, and I am not sure the month 
and day, but am sure of the year. 

John Allen is the first Allen who owned land in Pulaski Co. Ky. he owned 108 acres on Fishing Creek. 
He must have been the son of Samuel Sr. Samuel Sr. was an only child. His mother was 50 years old when 
Samuel was born. (This is from Mrs. Frazure) Samuel's wife's maiden name was Nancy Hester. 

Samuel Allen Sr. and Nancy Allen had five children, David, Rial, Frankey or Francis and Samuel Jr. 
David married Patsy somebody, I don't know who. Rial married Margaret Evans. I know nothing of his 
descendants. Frankey married Samuel Dick in 1805. She had issue four daughters and one son. Frankey or 
Frances, who married Jackson Stroud, Sally married Robert Stroud, Eliza married Silas Hendrix. I don't 
know the other girl's name but she married a Floyd, John, known by everybody as Daddy John married a 
Hendric. 

Rial Allen lived on Fishing Creek, two miles above where I live. He bought his farm from a man by the 
name of Kerr. He moved the house from near the foot of the hill to the bank of the creek, and sawed off the 
four corners of the house to keep the witches away, after its removal. The house is still standing and occupied. 
David Allen had seven sons Bird or Byrd married Merica Adams an aunt of my wife. Thompson married an 
Adams. Richmond married Polly Adams sister to Thompson's wife and a cousin to Byrd's wife. Richmond's 
second wife was Patsy Wood. Harris married a Jasper. Harris' initials are cut in a large tree standing 200 yards 
at the old home "1837". John married Catherine Jasper and had three sons and two daughters. George Allen 
at (Pulaski ok) Station Ky. , and David and Everett Allen live on Cold Weather Creek. Don't know their post 
office. 

Alice married Andy Hendrix and had issue one boy and one girl. Alice has been dead some years. Flora 
married a Chetwood and lives near Elihu. Gillmore married Susan Jasper, a sister to John's and Harris's wife. 
He had one son Samuel and two daughters Isabel and Permelia. I don't know what became of Samuel. 
Permelia is dead. Died without issue. Bell married George Irvin (my Uncle). She is now dead. She had 
issue seven sons and five daughters. Elexander at London Ky. , Sherman, Washington CoUete, East Tenn. 
Layton, Somerset, Fred, formerly of Oakland, Cal. but now at Somerset, Ky.R.1. Ida in Oklahoma. Cornelia 
died in infancy, Luellia of Bethel Ridge Ky. Clara at Somerset Ky. , now dead. 

Samuel son of David married a Cooper. I know nothing of this family. I knew one of their sons but have 
forgotten his name. David's daughter PoUy married a Cooper and Nancy married a Spears. One other who 
married John McClure. Bird, Thompson, Richmond and Harris went to Missouri I think, and I know nothing 
about the descendants of the girls. 

I went to see Mrs. Holton and Mrs. Frazure as you requested last Saturday, and I was very much impressed 
with these two fine ladies. Mrs. Frazure was writing you a letter giving you all the information about the 
family that she knew. 

You ask about dates of births and marriages. I doubt if any one can give you this information. I went to 
the clerk's office to look up the marriages of the older families. I went to Book 1, but it is neither indexed 
or alphabetically arranged. It is a very large book and would take weeks and months to get what you want. 
The first marriage of an Allen was a Sarah Allan to WilUam Wade in 1799. You notice she spelled her name 
Allan. Samuel Allen, Sr. is of Irish descent. 



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The home of David Allen is still standing. It is my opinion that it was built by Samuel Allen Sr. because 
he owned the place where the house stands, and he and his wife and slaves are buried in the orchard on the 
banks of the creek on this farm. T. J. Lovelace, who is 90 years old and who knew David Allen and family 
has known the house all his life, and thinks Samuel built it. The tract of land that Samuel owned contained 
47 acres but his son David Allen added to it until it contained 399 acres. 

I will refer you to Johnson's Universal Encyclopedia Vol. 1. You will find that the Allen's are very noted 
people. I wrote to Vol Allen at Eubank, Ky R. 1 but he doesn't answer. Perhaps he would answer you if you 
would write him. I understand he is an invalid. Lum Allen is of Elihue, Ky. 

I am sorry that 1 cannot give you all the information you want but Mrs. Frazure wiU give you all that she 
can in her letter. 

Youis truly, 
(signed) C. Wesley 



Oct. 5, 1934 



Dear Mrs. Allen: 



Enclosed you will find pictures of graves and house. The grave on my left is Gillmore AUen a grand -son 
of Samuel's. The first on my right is Samuel and the next is Nancy's. The next picture is showing the graves 
of the slaves. Nancy's foot stone stands behind the leaning cedar. This house is made of log walls but is 
weather boarded up. If you notice the chimney has been torn down part of the way. This house is a story 
and a half high. There was a fire place upstairs and down. When you receive these pictures please answer. 

Very truly, 

(signed) C. Wesley 



VIRGINIA HEAD RIGHTS 

EDWARD ALLEN, brot from England to Va. 1644 by John Hill, upper Norfolk Va, 

RICHARD ALLEN, b 1613 at London England embarked 10 Aug. 1635 to Va. 

JAMES ALLEN, b 1616 a fellow passenger. 

JOAN ALLEN, b 1615 to Va. 

GREGORIE ALLEN, b 1618 sailed Aug. 7, 1635 to Virginia. 

THOMAS ALLEN, b 1604 at London England sailed Oct. 1635 on the Abraham 

THOMAS ALLEN, b 1618 at London, sailed 21 Aug. 1635 to Virginia on the "George" Fellow passenger of 

John Allen, b 1614. 
WILLLAM ALLEN, brother from England to Virginia 1638 by Robert Holt. 
THOMAS ALLEN, brot from England to Virginia, 1655 by Mrs. Brent. 



VIRGINL^ QUIT RENT ROLLS 

Vol. 28 pp 328 

JOHN EASTER, 22 Oct. 1781 

RICHARD EASTER, 1714 pp 271 

Palaski Co. Kentucky marriages list: 
David Easter, md Susan Gooch 29 Oct. 1835 



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William Easter, Malinda Pence, 23 Jan. 1837 

Mahala Easter, md Geo. W. Griffin 1 Mch. 1829 

Nancy Easter, md Brinkley Harris, 19 Feb. 1833 

Willis Easter, age 23 md Alia Zan Surber, age 22 7 Apl, 1856 

Robert Easter, md Amanda Hays, 25 Feb. 1859 

Thomas A. Easter, md Rosy Fowlkes, 17 Aug. 1807 Powhatan. Va. 

Somerset, Ky 

David Easter, md Susan Gooch 29 Oct. 1835 

William Warren, md Inda Easter 9 Mch. 1821 

William Easter, md Malinda Pence, 23 Jan. 1837 

Nancy Easter, md Geo. W. Griffin 1 Mch. 1829 

Robert Easter, md Amanda Hays, 1859 

Willis Easter, md Allazan Suber, 1 Apl. 1856 

Rowan Tenn. John Hester - Elizabeth Dore 15 July, 1825 
Mary (Polly) Easter, md Wesley Middleton 29 Oct 1835 
Burbon Ky. Archilleas Easter, Nelle Guffe 17 July 1788 
Granville, No. C. 

John Hester, Martha Cummings, 28 Oct. 1838 
Maranda Hester, Wra G.V. White 6 Sept. 1836 
Nancy Hester - Joseph Hunt, md 1820 
Sarah Hester - Samuel Hunt, md 1834 



p 207 North Carolina Wills, Hyde Co. , No. Carolina 

Will 

MARY EASTER, made 4 Nov. 1751, dau. Lydia, Mary, Sarah, Ann, sons Thomas, Abraham, John, William. 

ABRAHAM EASTER, will made 18 Nov. 1751 prov. Dec. 1751 - Wife Elizabeth, bros. John Thomas, sons 
James, dau. Mary. 

JOHN EASTER. Jan, 1751 Sister Lydia, Easter, mentions Sedar Delk, Catherine Leath. Elizabeth Leath. 
bros. Thos. and William. 

JOHN EASTER, 27 Oct. 1732, March Court, 1732-3 mentions wife, mother, dau. Sarah and Dinah, son 
Thomas, son Abraham. 

Hyde, No. C, name of town. 

p 99 N.Ca soldiers. 

David Easter, pvt. Cooks, Co. 3 years, disc. 27 Jan. 1780. 

Vol 2. p 589 Betsy Allen and Jesse Coombs, 20 Dec. 1823 

Benjamin Easter, No.C. md Bridgett, children John, Benjamin, Jr and James 

Thomas Hester, b 11 Jan. 1797 at Guilford, N.C. md Mary Leonard 22 Oct. 1819 note. 
In writing the Hesters of Guilford and Orange, N.C. Zacariah Hester, claimed that they were the same as 
the Easter family. This could easily have been the case, owing to the scribes and the way the families used 
their "h" but it has not been proven to the writer's satisfaction, for the family of Easter, were originally of 
Chester So. Carolina and some of them came north at the same time as the Warrens and Aliens, to Kentucky. 
Family records state Easter although Samuel Allen's wife was signed as Hester in the "No. and So. Carolina 
Marriages. " p 13. In burbon Co. Ky are the following. 



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Archillas Easter md Nellie Cuffie July 1780 
Joseph Easter, md Catherine Andrews, 20 Oct. 1795 
along with many entries of the McDaniels and Moores. 

Many of the Aliens settled in Barren Co. Ky. as did the Colemans, Dicks and Evins. as well as the Moore 
families. Union and Shelby Co. Ky, whole pages of the Aliens who settled there. 

Part of the Easter children settled in Hampshire Co. Va. It is interesting to know that Samuel Allen who md 
Nancy Easter, had Robert Childress go in his place as a soldier, while his mother was so ill. and later we have 
a Robert Childress who married one of the Easters in Hampshire Co. 

Norfolk, Va. Thomas Easter --Hannah Goodrich, 9 Apl. 1801 

Randolph, Va. 

Elizabeth Easter --Abraham Kettle, md 1808 

Chowan No. C. Susannah Easter, John Gainer, md 1813 

Mary Easter, Francis Thurgood 9 Aug. 1781 Carolina Co. Va, 

Patsy Easter - Bennett Dewier, md 1820 Clarksburg Harrison Co. Va. (West) 

Charlston, So.C. 

Mary Easter - Jonathan Boyle, 9 Sept. 1801 

Polly Easter - John Shower md 6 Aug. 1813 dau of Isaac Easter 

Eklins West Va. 

Susannah Easter - d of Isaac Easter md John Gainer 28 July, 1813 

Margaret Easter md Absolom Statuaker 1 Feb. 1819 

Eva "Easter, md Isaac Peling 8 May 1826 

Hiram Easter, b 1816 Hampshire, Va. 
Catherine b 1826 Romney 

Children: 

John Easter, b 1846 

Jacob Easter, b 1848 

Ann Easter, b 1849 

Nicholas Easter, b 1820 
Haniet 

Children: 

William Easter, b McLain Co. 111. 

Ann Easter, b McLain Co. 111. 

John Bradford 
Sarah Easter 

Children: 

John Bradford, md Mary Ridgway 

Ann Bradford, md Martin McMurray 



Jan)€s Easter - Elizabeth Riley, md 12 Feb 1758 Norfolk Va. 



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Robert Easter, b Tyrone Co Ireland md Catherine Ewing, their son John McAlpen Easter, md a cousin Catherine 
Easter. Had a son James W. Easter, b 1831 who md Margaret Elizabeth Miller, b 1829 Baltimore, Maryland. 

Richard Easter md Mary Gaffield, 15 April 1718. Their children it is claimed are of No. C. 

In corresponding with the Easter families, it has been very disappointing in gening results of their genealogy. 



THOMAS A WARREN 

Huldah 

Children: 

Cyrenus C. Warren 
Sarah J. Warren 
William A. Warren 
Charles W. Warren 
Martha A. Warren 



bom 1829 
1828 

1849 
1850 
1853 
1855 
1858 



where Pulaski Ky 



ANDREW WARREN 
Nancy B. Price 

Children: 

James Warren 

Angelina 

Eliza 

girl, d infant 

Henry 

Eveline 

Matthew 



1819 
1820 

1843 
1846 
1848 
1851 
1855 
1857 
1859 



md 9 Jan. 1840 



MOORE EMIGRANTS TO VIRGINIA 



Annie Moore of Portshead, to Va bet. 1663-1669 (sic) 1654 ok 

Barbary Moore on ship "Agreement" 1663 toVa. 

Elizabeth Moore ship "Abigail" 1622 to Elizabeth City, Va. 

George Moore age 25 on ship "Globe" 7 Aug. 1635 to Va. 

Henrie Moore age 20 ship "Constance" 24 Oct. 1635 to Va. 

Henry Moore bet. 1663-1679 to Virginia 

Jo Moore age 25 on "Assurance" 24 July 1635 to Virginia. 

John Moore age 36 on ship "Bona Nova" 1620 to Elizabeth City Va. 

John Moore 1663 to Va. 

Leonard Moore on "Bona Nova" bef. 23 Jan 1625 to Henrico Co. Va. 

Richard Moore of Pidlein 1634 to Va. 

Robert Moore aged 19 to Va. 2 Jan. 1634 

Robert Moore aged 29 to Va 1635 

Susannah Moore of Shrewsbury, to Va. bet 1654-1663 

Thomas Moore age 18 one age 19 one age 21 one age 26 all Thos. to Va 1635 

Thomas Moore of Dublin 1698 

William Moore age 16 to Va. 

If interested in Moores of Virginia see "Moores of Fawley" Genealogy part of these families settled in Virginia, 
and No. Carolina. However, no connection has been made with this family and Margaret Mary Moore who md 
John Evins, father of Margaret Evlns who md Rial Allen, although there was a genealogist of Va. who said she 

belonged to this family, but no Proof . 

M.B.A. 



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CENSUS RECORDS 



Prob Surry Co. Brothers and sisters, parents names unknown. 



Father 
Mother 



Children: 

Samuel Allen, 26 July, 1778, md Ellen Surry No. C. 

EUeg Allen , 16 Sept. 1779, d 25 Sept. 1856. 

James Allen, 21 Feb. 1801. 

William Allen, 1802. 

Nathaniel Allen, 20 Feb. 1805, md Charlotte. 

Voluntine Allen, 20 Apl. 1807-9, md Elizabeth 

It appears there are two distinct families in the above record. 
No. C. should be searched. 



1779 to 1801. The Census records of Surry, 



1850 Census: 

Voluntine or Valentine Allen 

Elizabeth 

Margaret 

Ellen 

Samuel A. 

Same 

Thomas W. Allen 
Elizabeth 

Emma Jane 

Anabella 

Same 

Samuel Allen 
EUen 



Matthew Allen 

Emily 

VaUndo 

George Allen 

Hamph 

Elizabeth 

David 

Rebecca 

Samuel 

Emaline 

Rebecca Allen 
Elizabeth Allen 
Les or Lea 

Thos. Allen 
Mary 
Robert 
M.E. 



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m 


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m 


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f 


7 




f 


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This appears to be the Sam '1 


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b 1778 

taken 12 Sept. 1850 


m 


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"OLDS" NORTH CAROLINA WILLS 

Anson Co. 

1756 Timothy Allen, wife Rebecca, Ephraim, Martha, Prudence, Salathiel Jeremiah, Elizabeth 

Bertie Co. 

1797 John Allen, wife Ann, John B. , James B. , Sarah B. , Hunter, Mildred 

1797 Drury Allen, Ranald, son Mary Moore, Nancy Moore. 

1784 Mch. Allen, Robert wife Hannah, Josiah Allen, gd-son 

Chatham Co. 

1786 Wm. Allen wife Mary, John Betty 

Cowan Co. 

1764 Arthur Allen, Sahar, Jemima, Elbertson, Lynch, Charles Rumbrough, Ann 

Craven Co. 

1787 John Allen, John Walter, Sarah 

1795 John Allen, Ann G, Mary, Burtin, John 

1800 Joseph Allen, John Shadrick, Joseph, Thomas, Martha and Benjamin. 

1751 Abraham Easter, Elizabeth, John, Thomas, Lydia, Janis, Mary, Tames or James. 

1752 John Ester, William, Thomas, 

1751 Mary Ester, John, William, Thomas. 

Currituck Co. 

1799 James Allen, wife Mary 

1798 Mary Allen, Rachel and Tarrell 

Duphiln Co. 

1785 Henry Allen, Henry, Laven, William, Sabrongh, Rhody, Ruth, Elizabeth, Sarah. 

Edgcomb Co. 

1771 

1763 Samuel Allen, Dempsey, Wallace, Caleb 

1762 Roger Allen, wife Elizabeth, Mary and Elizabeth 

1763 John Allen, wife Alice, mentions children not named 
1794 Sarah Allen, William and Alice a sister 

Granville County 

1786 WilUam Allen, wife Frances, Mary, Frances, Mildred, Thomas, Grant, William 

1774 William Hester wife Mary, Robert, Benjamin, Frances, Mary Zacariah, Temperance, John, 
Nancy, Lucy. 

Halifax Co. 

1781 James Allen, James, Taylor, John, Mary 
1891 James Allen, wife Mary, William and Taylor 

Hyde Co. 

1782 John Allen, Zacariah, Lucretia, Saray and Mary. 

1770 William Easter wife Catherine, John, Sarah, Alley, Hufany. 



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NORTH CAROLINA LAND GRANTS 
Office of the Secretary of State 



Granville Co, 

Arundell Allen 
Drury Allen 
Robert Allen 
Runnel Allen 
Samuel Allen 



William Allen 
William Allen 

Orange Co., No. Carolina 
Abraham Allen 
Abram Allen 
Abraham Allen 
George Allen 

Jacob Allen 
Jacob Allen 
Jacob Allen 
Jacob Allen 
John Allen 
John Allen 
John Allen 



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400 


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167 


60 


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175 


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issued 

Oct. 28 1752 
July 24 1761 
Nov. 10 1757 
May 1 1752 
24 Sept 1779 
Mch 1 1780 
Sept 4 1779 
Sept 4 1779 
1 Mch 1780 



July 16 1795 
Mch 17 1780 

3 Sept 1779 

4 June 1840 
Sept 3 1779 
Oct 25 1782 
Nov 21 1796 
Jan 8 1798 
Jan 8 1798 
Feb 20 1756 
Nov 27 1795 
Sept 3 1779 



entered 



21 May 1778 
Aug 5 1779 
Oct 21 1775 
Aug 26 1775 
Feb 1 1779 



17 Mch 1789 
Aug 17 1779 
15 July 1778 
Aug 10 1838 
July 9 1778 
Sept 9 1778 
23 Apl 1796 
July 8 1796 
May 26 1797 

Nov 4 1785 
July 11 1778 



ALLENS OF VIRGINIA 

When James 6th of Scotland became James 1st of England and Ireland, 1603, he confiscated the four 
northern Counties of Ireland and bestowed them upon certain Scottish families, for' political reasons. Among 
these families were the Aliens. 

Three of these descendants, Robert, John and Ingbor, widow of their brother James, came from County 
Armagh, Ireland, after a Pd. uprising, to Chester Co. , Pa. and two years later, to Virginia. Robert settling 
in Frederic County, near Winchester. John, in Albemarle County. And James' widow, Ingbor Allen, and 
her children, in Augusta County. 

The children of 1 James and Ingbor Allen were: 1. James, married Mary Kelay, went to Kentucky in 
1779. Had children, John Allen, married Jane, Daughter of Com. Benjamin Logan and Ann Montgomery. 
This John was Col. in war of 1812. Killed in battle of River Baisin. 



2. Joseph 

3. James 

Hugh, second son of Ingbor, had sons John, William and Hugh. 
Hugh Jr. married Jane--had children Joseph, John, Jane. 



They went to Kentucky after Revolution. 



John Allen, born Armagh County, who came from Ireland in 1796 with his brother Robert and Sister-in- 
law Ingbor, married Mary Crook, and had daughter Elizabeth. Born Rockish Cap, Albemarle County, Virginia. 
Married 1764 her cousin David Allen, 4th son of Robert, and died 1798 in Greensberg, Kentucky. 



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1. Robert Allen, born 1695, County Armagh, Ireland. Married there in 1730. Died near Winchester, 
Frederic County, Virginia in 1769. His will was probated August 1st, 1769. 

Robert Allen and his first wife, Deborah Montgomery, had children, John, Thomas, Robert, David, 
Rebecca, and by second wife, Sarah Givens, Benjamin. 

1. John, Son of Robert, born in Armagh in 1732. Died Fredrick County, Virginia in 1794. Will proved 
July 2, 1794. Married Anne Pollick (Polk) in Carlisle, Pa., 1760. Born 1743. Died Shelby County, 
Kentucky, 1805. Where she went with her sons in 1798. Their place called Allendale. 

1. John, son of Robert 1. June 4, 1756 was sworn Lieutenant of Militia. Court Order book No. M. 7, 

page 84, Frederic County. Eighteen years later, in August 1774, same John Allen was commissioned as Major 
of Militia, Court minutes as recorded in Court Order Book No. 16, page 366. He served through Revolution 
as Major of Militia. 

Children of John and Anne Pollick Allen, Robert Polk Allen married his cousin Deborah, daughter of 
Robert 11, had children James and Asconeth. 

2. Thomas Allen, son of Robert 1. born in Armagh, Ireland, 1734. Settled in Warren County, Virginia. 
Married Abigail Miller in 1765. Died in Warren County, Virginia, 1822. Served as Col. in Revolution, 
and for gallantry was presented with sword by his state. Their children, Deborah, born 1766. Married Gen. 
Robert Spotwood Russell, 

William, born 1769. Married Sarah Meridith. 

Rebecca, born 1777. Married Rev. Wm. Williamson. 

David Elmo Allen, born 1781. Married Sarah Taylor, daughter of Col. Griffin Taylor. 

3. Robert Allen, son of Robert 1. born in Armagh, Ireland 1736. Died near Winchester, Frederic County, 
Virginia, in 1791. Will probated December 6, 1791. Name of wife was Martha. He fought in Revolution 
as private in Continental Line, as shown in Virginia Revolution Land County records on file at Richmond, 
Virginia. Their children, Montgomery, born 1770. Married his cousin Martha, daughter of John, and went 
to Shelbyville. 

Deborah married her cousin Robert Polk Allen. 

Martha married Arthur Patterson. 

Anna married Sharp. 

There were four other daughters, Mary, Elizabeth, Nancy, and Sarah. 

4. David Allen, son of Robert 1. born 1738, near Winchester, Frederic County, Virginia. Married his 
cousin Elizabeth, daughter of John Allen and Mary Crook, in 1764. They settled in Albemarle County 
three miles from Monticello. 

David Allen, fourth son of Robert 1. . was made Ensign 5th Virginia, March 26, 1777. 2nd Lieutenant, 
December 10, 1777. Transferred to 3rd Virginia, September 14, 1776; 1st Lieutenant, June 19, 1779; 
taken prisoner at Battle of Charleston May 12, 1780; exchanged July 1781; served to end of war as Capt. 
of Independent Company. Received bounty warrents in Kentucky, and was member of Cincinnatti. Died 
in Rockbridge County, Virginia, on way to Kentucky, Oct. 1783. Wife Elizabeth and children stayed there 
four years, then proceeded to Kentucky. First to Lincoln County, then to Green County in 1792. 



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1. John Allen, son of Capt. David, born 1765. Married Margaret Moore. Died in Greensburg, Kentucky, 
1808. 

2. Robert, son of Capt. David, born 1766. Married Maria McElroy, sister of Mary Elisa. They had no 
children. 

3. James, son of Capt. David, born 1769, Albemarle County, Virginia. First lawyer in Orson Croon 
County, Kentucky. Scholar, Statesman and Brig. General in war of 1812. Married first Mary Elisa McElroy, 
and had children Theodotious, Robert, Maria Barret, Elisa Barret. 

General James Allen, son of Capt. David, married second, Haney Barret. They had son John Rowen Allen. 

Mary Allen, daughter of Capt. David, born 1772, married Samuel Moore and went to Tenn. 

David Allen, son of Capt. David, born Oct. 17, 1774. Died Nov. 14, 1817. Married Martha Todd Banet, 
daughter of Francis Barret and Elizabeth Lowry. Born Oct. 28, 1762. Died March 20, 1816. David was a 
Captain under his brother. Gen. James Allen, in War of 1812. 

Capt. David Allen, son of Capt. David Allen and wife Martha Todd Barret. Had children, William 
Barret, Eliza, Harriet, Martha, James David, Francis. 

William Barret Allen, born Greensburg, Kentucky, May 19, 1803. Died April 22, 1882. Married first, 
Jane Helm; had children, Charles married Bona Hobson. Sarah married Mr. Wilson. 

William Barret Allen, married second, Huldah Wilcox, friend and pupil of Mary Lyon, founder of Mt. 
Holyoke. He was a Col. in war with Mexico. Born November 24, 1812. Died July 6, 1855. Their children, 
William, Jane, married Mr. Hibe, of Texas. Harriet married John Cunningham, of Illinois. Edward Payson, 
1st Lieutenant Co. N, 13th Kentucky Vol. Infantry, Civil War. Born in Greensburg, Kentucky, Januarys, 
1843; died November 27, 1915, Independence, Kansas. He married Mary F. Vansant, of Moringsburg, 
Kentucky, May 2, 1865, who was born August 27, 1846. 

Martha H. born March 27, 1869. Married James F. Blackledge, February 17, 1891. Their children, 
Ralph, born Mar. 4, 1892. Died April 14, 1906. Pauline, Gwenne R. and Mercedes. 

Pauline Blackledge, born January 1, 1894. Married Dr. B. E. Phillis, of Chicago, May 2, 1915. He was 
Lieutenant in World War. Children, Ben, Yvonne and Marilyn. 

Gwynne E. Blackledge, born August 5, 1896. Married Flossie Jordon, ofFredonia, Kansas, July 13, 1923, 

Mercedes Blackledge, born August 31, 1896. Married Dr. L. J. Palmer, Captain in World War. of Seattle, 
Washington, February, 1917. One son, James. 

Edith, daughter of Edward and Mary Vansant Allen, born March 18, 1879. Married B. M. Orton, Oct. 
19, 1904. One daughter, Catherine. 

Lillian, daughter of Edward and Mary Vansant Allen, born Jan. 13, 1883. Married H. H. Mahr, 
October 19, 1903. Daughters, Irene and Margaret. 

Annie Edith,, daughter of Edward and Mary Vansant Allen, bom February 18, 1885. Married October 
16, 1907 to Glen Amsbury. Children, Allen, Clifton, Robert and Frederic. 

Mary Berrett Allen, fifth child of Wm. Barret and Huldah Allen, married Mr. Hunter of Texas, and had 
children, Thomas, William, Jane, who married Bernhardt Hall of New York, Nellie married her cousin 
Allen Nibs, Daughters Jannette, and Margaret. 



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Ella, daughter of William Barret and Hildah Allen, married Geo. W. Reed. 



William Barret Allen, married third time, Mildred Beher. Had one daughter Francis, who married Bruce 
Johnson of Kentucky. Had child, Bessie, married Robert Lancaster. Had children Francis, Dorthy and Robert. 

Francis and Bruce Johnson, had sons Harvey and Bruce. 



MARRIAGE BONDS 

North Carolina Historical Commission, Raleigh, NX. 

Orange Co. 



Samuel AUin 
John Allen 
Edwd Allen 
Jesse Allen 
Thomas Allen 
Abram Allen 
Simon Allen 
William Allen 
Samuel Allen 
Nathan F. Allen 
Thomas Allen 
John Allen 
Joseph Allen 
Nathan Allen 
Harmon Allen 
George N. Allen 
Benjamin Allen 
Samuel Allen 
John Allen 
Joel Allen 
Christopher Allen 
John Allen 
George Allen 
George Allen 
Bartelet Allen 
Robert Allen 
Samuel Allen 
David Allen 



Nancey Hester 
Christena Wrightsman 
Peggy Caldwell 
Betsy Spears 
Betsey Jane Pugh 
Jane Allen 
Hannah Woody 
Lettice Tate 
Isber Nelson 
Sally Ammons 
Anne Murray 
Sarah Hutchenson 
Elizabeth Kirpatrick 
Lydia Stout 
Rebecca Hornady 
Martha S. Whitley 
Macony Murphey 
Celia Douglas 
Sally Crawford 
Charity Wells 
Elizabeth Moore 
Elizabeth Russel 
Margaret Tate 
Elizabeth Blackwood 
Mary Downs 
Selah Browner 
Elizabeth Barbee 
Polley Tyrrell 



Aug 27 1782 
Aug 30 1802 
Apr 9 1807 
Dec 20 1816 
July 4 1848 
Oct 15 1834 
Jul 27 1833 
Jan 3 1792 
Dec 13 1807 
Apr 3 

Nov 19 1840 
May 1 1834 
Nov 13 1844 
Feb 8 1837 
Dec 2 1841 
Jan 2 1837 
Nov 19 1831 
Feb 21 1826 
Dec 18 1827 
Sept 23 1813 
Mar 11 1823 
Dec 31 1796 
June 1793 
Dec 17 1794 
Sept 9 1785 
Jul 26 1792 
Sept 30 1791 
Jan 23 1827 



Security 
Henry Burch 
John Whithed 

Perkin Thompson 

Abram Tarpley 
George Counsilman 
Andrew Murdock 
David Nelson 



John Allen 

John Mabery 
Abram Tarpley 

Geo. Hutcheson 
Samuel Wilson 
John Wells 
Lewis Moore 
John Forrest 
George Tate 
Wm. Craige 
Thos. Holloway 
Jesse AUin 
Christo Barbee 
Alexander Mebaene 



Letter of C. Wesley 



July 4th ^36 

Somerset, Ky. Route 1 



Dear Mrs. Allen 



I am sending you the information you asked for and am telling you something about my own ancestry. 
The Adams in Kentucky came from Ireland. John Q. Adams ancestry came directly from Eng. It may be 
that some of the Adams went from England to Ireland and started an Irish branch. We don't know. 



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I gave Elmer Randolph all the Inforination I had on the Randolph line and I guess I have told you when here, 
all 1 know about the Randolphs. I have written to a number of Randolphs in this state and others but none of 
them know as much as I do, but all claim relationship to Pocahontis and claim her as a progenator. 

My great -grand -mother was Nancy Randolph. Her father's name was James. Nancy was born about 1778 
and her father was born about 1754. Nancy 's children were James, Pleasant. Jane and Mary, John, Nancy and 
Miles, all surnamed Wesley. My grandfather John Wesley has issue J. T. Wesley, Mary, James K., Pleasant, 
Louisa, Perry, Miles and Cyrus Wesley. 

James K. Wesley, my father had issue, Cornelius, Gahala, Lemontine, Hubert, Mary and Annie T. Wesley. 
These are all the descendants of Nancy Randolph. 

Richmond Allen's first wife was a daughter of James Adams and his second wife a daughter of Elias Wood. 
These women were cousins. Bird Allen's wife was Mercia (America) (Adams) Adams, a daughter of George 
Adams, who was a brother of James, and who bought your grand-father Rial Allen's farm on Fishing Creek. 

Robert Adams, the progenator of my line, came from Ireland. Was known as Red Irish. The Dicks who 
came with him were the Black Irish. There are Adams in the Eastern part of this Country who came from 
England, I don't know much about them. 

I am sending you the picture you asked for of the hanging bridge, with me and my grand -daughter on the 
bridge. I am sending you notice of the death of Vol T. Allen who died June 30, 1936. 

Best wishes to you and yours. 

(signed) C. Wesley 



ALLEN 

In 1790 Census, besides the two Samuel Aliens in Orange Co., N.C., there was a Sam Allen in Rutherford 
Co. , with 6 females in family; and another in Wilkes Co. , N.C. with 2 males over 16, 1 under 16, and 4 
females in family. In Randolph Co. , N.C. was a Samuel AUin, with 1 male under 16 and 5 females in family. 

Office of Clerk of Court, Hillsboro, Orange Co. , N.C. 

Will Book D 

Page 176. 

Will of George Allen. Mar 2, 1803. Aug Court 1806. 

Sons Samuel, Wm. and George Allen; son-in-law James Armstrong; son Alexander Allen ("plantation 
whereon I now live"); son-in-law James Mebane ($1); son-in-law David Mebane ($1); son-in-law David 
White (Exr. ); Exr. Robert Hodge. 

Page 359 

Will of John Allen. Jan 29 1812. Oct 2 1812. 

Wife Jennett; daughters Peggy, Sally, Jane; sons Abraham, George, Samuel; daughters Elizabeth, Nancy; 

son John Allen; granddaughter Peggy. 

Page 178 

Will of Jacob Allen, Sr. Jan 3 1806. Nov. 1806. 

Sons Jacob, Wm. ; daughters Salley, Betsey and Hannah Allen, Nancy Latta, Cyntha Scarlett. Exr. son- 
in-law James Latta. Witnesses, Wm. Cain, Sent., John Kelly, Senr. , Cuthburt Benton. 



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Will Book A., page 122. 

Will of Joseph Allen. Will date 1770. No probate. 

Sons John, Wm (Exr. ), Daniel (Exr. ), George and Joshua Allen, 1 shilling each; daughters Elizabeth and 
Sarah 1 shilling each; wife Sarahl "all other children. " Samuel, Elisha and Joseph to maintain these last 
mentioned children. Exr. Wm. Clark. 



Abstract of North Carolina Wills - Olds. 

Orange Co. 

Isaac Allen. 1772. Wife Mary. 

Zachariah Allen. 1790. Wife; George, Elizabeth, Wm., James, John, Mary, Sarh, Robert, Ruth, Joseph, 
Zachariah. 

# * * # # 

Office of Clerk of Court, Oxford, Granville Co. , N.C. Orange was formed from part of Granville Co. 

Will Book 7, page 326 

Will of Samuel Allen of Granville Co. Probated 1812. 

Sons James (land where he himself lived); children Susanna, Zachariah, Garland, Rachel, Nancy, 

Winnifred, Samuel (dec'd). 

# « # # « 

Office of Clerk of Court, Raleigh, Wake Co., N.C. (Orange, Granville, Chatham and Wake counties 
adjoin. ) 

Will Book 1, page 52. 

Will of Young Allen. Oct. 19, 1774. Dec. 1774. 

Son William (tract I now live on W. side of Horse Creek); other sons Josiah ("on coming to age of 20 
years, which will be in year 1790"), Coleman, Robin, Young, Drury, Josiah and David Allen; wife 
Martha (Exx.). Exr. Wm. Allen. 



North Carolina Historical Commission, Raleigh, N.C. 

Chatham Co. Wills, Bills of Sale, Inventories - 1782-1794, p. 27. 

Will of Wm. Allen. Mar. 30 1786. 

Wife Mary; sons John; daughter Betsy. Exrs. Samuel Parke, Jeduthan Hesper. 



A Census of Pensioners for Rev. or Military Services. 1841. 
William Allen, Granville Co. Age 80. 



Marriage Bonds. 

Orange Co. Security 

Adam Mitchell Elizabeth Allen July 10 1808 Samuel Allen 



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State Library, Raleigh, N,C. Newspapers. 

Raleigh Register & North Carolina State Gazette. Sept. 25 1818. 

"Died. Lately Mr. Abraham Allen - on the day following, his sister Miss Jane Allen, and a few days 
afterwards, Mr. Samuel Allen, all worthy members of the Presbyterian Congregation in the Hawfields. 



* * « » * 



Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, 1760-1800. Olds. 
Granville Co. 
William Allen. 1786. 

Wife Frances; Mary, Frances, Mildred, Thos. , Grant, William. 



« « « « « 



Office of Clerk of Court. Hillsboro, Orange Co., N.C. Will Book E, p. 321. 
Will of Christopher Barbee. Feb 5 1823. May 1834. 

He mentions "Granddaughter, Polly Allen, daughter of my daughter Elizabeth who resides in state of 

Tennessee; " and "grandson Christopher Allen. " 



ALLEN DATA 

Information in the last letter of Robert Allen of Columbia, Kentucky written February 26, 1905, who was 
then 84 years old. 

Robert Allen served in the Revolutionary War. He lived and died in Augusta County, Va. His wife was 
Jean Turk. Her father emigrated from Ireland to Augusta County. They raised ten children. After his death, 
they emigrated to Cumberland County, Kentucky, settled on Allen's Creek. The oldest son was Robert Allen, 
next Samson Allen. George Allen married Permelia Crisman, (1) Kittie Richie (2). 

WiUiam Allen married Patsy Hansley. Nathan AUen married a Miss Gleaves. He was a twin and was 
born October 19, 1789, the day Cornwallis surrendered. John Allen married a Miss Williams first, then a 
widow, Mrs. Bottoms. David Allen married Miss Doherty. 

Jean Turk Allen was buried on Allen's Creek. Daughters were Elizabeth Allen married a Dorherty. 
Hannah Allen married Tom Gearheart; Jane Allen married Mr. Richie. 

This data came from Mrs. Leslie W. Allen, Circle Heights West Lake, Bessemer, Alabama. She is a 
cousin on my mother's side, Mary Pendleton Duncan Allen. 

Allen data from Virginia Wills and Admns. Page 6 from Bedford County, Va. : Robert Allen, 1773 W., 
Reynolds Allen 1778 I - 1779 W; and Charles AUen, 1780 I. 

Bedford, Virginia 
William Allen 

William Allen , a Private in warfare before the Revolution, Bedford, Virginia, 1751-1776." Virginia Colonial 
Melitia, by W. A. Cerozier. Vol. 8. 

New London, 11 miles south of Lynchburg, Virginia. 

Bedford was formed from Lunenburg in 1753. 

NOTE: This appears to be the only Allen living near Bedford Coun House just before the Revolution. He 
died in 1776. The 24th day of February 1783, after Samuel Allen had served two enlistments in his 



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Revolutionary service, he states his mother being very ill, and living ALONE with a negro servant, he had 
permission to get a substitute for his third enlistment, and makes a promissory Note to Robert Childress who 
served in his stead. 



WILL OF JOHN ALLEN 
Orange Co. , NX. 

In the name of God Amen! I, John Allen of the County of Orange State of No. Carolina being in common 
health of body and of perfect mind and memory Thanks be God, but calling to mind the mortality of the body 
and that it is appointed for all men once to dye--Do make and ordain in this my last will and testament-- 

Viz - First of all I recommend my soul to the bonds of Almighty God who gave it, and my body I recom- 
mend to the earth to be buried in decent Christian form at the discretion of my executors, nothing doubting, 
but I will at the General Resurection I will receive them again by the mighty power of God and as touching 
such worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me with I give, dispose of it in the following manner 
and form. 

First - I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Jennett forty -five acres of the plantation whereon 1 now 
live including the dwelling house where I now live also to include 2 acres and half of a peach orchard to the 
North of the house during her natural life time then to be divided between by daughters Peggy (Margaret) 
Sally and Jane in the following manner Viz - To Peggy one fourth, to Sally one fourth. To my beloved 
daughter Jane the remainder. To be for their property use as long as they remain single. Otherwise to fall 
back to the property of my son Abraham to be his forever also a mare called Tibb with this reserve viz. - 
the colt she is with I allow for Peggy my daughter also the use of the mare until the colt is fit for use also 
I give and bequeath to my wife Jennett, two cows and calves, next choice after the girls also a good feather 
bed and furniture her spinning wheel and also black walnut chest and part of the household and kitchen fur- 
niture equal with the girls, etc. - I then give to my daughter Peggy thirty acres of land pan of the planta- 
tion I now live on, also two cows and calves first choice of the cattle she calls her own also 2 good feather 
beds and good furniture for two beds, also chest she calls her own also an equal part of the household and 
kitchen furniture with her mother and sisters Sally and Jenny also a mare I call Tibb until she raises a colt fit 
for use then to be for use of her mother if alive while she lives then to be hers forever also I allow her a good 
Bible also a spinning wheel and etc - 

Item Two - I give and bequeath to my daughter Sally thirty acres of land part of the plantation whereon 
I now live to be hers as long as she remains single then to fall back as the property of my son Abraham to be 
his forever also a grey mare 11 years old of the High Flyer blood, also two cows and calves of her choice of 
the cattle she calls her own also two good feather beds and furniture also an equal part of the household and 
kitchen furniture with her mother and sister Peggy and Jane also a spinning wheel and etc. 

Item Three - I give and bequeath to my son Geo. (Pres. minister) the land he lives on and a Bible. 

Item Four - I give and bequeath to my beloved son Samuel a school Bible. 

Item Five - I give and bequeath to my daughter Nancy Emily a school Bible. 

Item Six - I give and bequeath to my beloved daughter Jenny forty acres of land part of my plantation 
whereon I now live to be for her own use and disposal as she may think proper forever to adjoin the land of 
M. Murdock on the right as you go to the meeting house, also a grey 3 year old colt of the High Flyer 
blood also two cows her choice of the cattle she calls her own also two good feather beds and furniture her 
spinning wheel and part equal with her mother and sisters Peggy and Sally of aU the house and kitchen 
furniture also a bureau and school Bible and etc. 



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Item Seven - I give and bequeath to my son Abraham one hundred acres of land south side adjoining 
the land of A. Murdock and I. Turner to include the remainder of orchard mentioned for his mother also 
five horse creatures claimed by him as his own now. Also to good cows his choice of the cattle he calls 
his own also a school Bible also my still and all my stQl vessels, the plows, hoes, axes, gears, and plan- 
tation tools of all kinds also my Negro man Isaac, I will that he remain as he is for the use and support of 
my family while they remain together or until the death of my wife then I will that Isaac shall be deemed 
worth five hundred dollars and if Abraham chooses for to keep him he must pay two hundred and fifty dollars 
to his three sisters, Peggy, Sally, and Jenny. Vix. to Peggy 75 dollars to Sally 75 dollars and to Jenny 100 
dollars then he is to be Abraham's forever otherwise if Abraham does not think proper to purchase the whole 
right of my Negro slave, then in that case I will that he shall be sold and the division of the money arising 
from sale of said Negro to be as follows - 

Viz - One half for Abraham and the other half to be divided between my above named daughters as men- 
tioned above also I will to him a school Bible, also I will to each of my daughters Peggy, Sally and Jenny, 
my wife and Abraham two sheep cows, two (male) sheep and horses and hogs and all other articles, I will 
to Abraham. 

Item Eight - I give and bequeath to my grandson John Allen, a good cow when he comes of age, also 
a good school Bible and I appoint and constitute my beloved son Samuel and Abred Rugael as Executors of 
this, my last will and testament, and disannul all wills made heretofore by me. 

Signed sealed and delivered and published by said John Allen as his last will and testament in the 
presence of us who in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names 
this 9th day of January one thousand eight hundred and twelve. 

Signed John Allen 
Will Made 29 Jan. 1812 
Died 20 Oct. 1812 

Witnesses Executors 

Ezekiel B. Currie Samuel Allen 

Alexander Rugael Abred Reugal 

John C. Rugeal 

N.B. - Since I made this my last will and testament there has been a harvest of wheat and oats and now 
Oct. a crop of corn together. I will that it with the fodder shall remain in the hands of my son Abraham 
for to maintain his mother and sisters and pay all my just debts. 

Oct. 12, 1812 

signed Abraham Allen 

North Carolina - Orange County 

I, A. W. Kenion, clerk of Superior Court of Orange County, N.C. do hereby certify ±at the foregoing 
is a ttue copy of the will of John AUen as the same appears on record in my office recorded in will book •'D" 
Page 359. 



Witness my bond and official seal this 17th day of Jan. 1931 



signed A. W. Kenion 
Clk. of Superior Court 



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WM, D. KIZZIAH - REGISTER OF DEEDS FOR ROWAN COUNTY, SALISBURY, N.C. 

November 15th, 1934 

Dear Madam: 

I received your letter a few days ago, and have been so busy I have not had the time to answer, also I 
received the money order for $2. 00, which I appreciate. 

I have found the following deeds on record, and if you desire a certified copy of any of the, the fee for 
each is $1.00. 

Deed from Henry Easter to Joseph Wagoner - 1819 

Elizabeth Easter to Joseph Wagoner - 1819 

John Easter to Christian Shofe - 1807 

Peter Easter to Geo. Goldfetter - 1795 

Peter Easter to Michael Leonard - 1795 

Peter Easter to John Swingood - 1799 

John Berryman to John Easter - 1807 

Adam Hedrich to John Easter - 1807 

Philip Yonce to John Easter - 1807 

State of N. C, to Michael Easter ( Grant from N. C.) - 1787 

Michael Whirley to Peter Easter - 1795 

Richard Penn to Peter Easter - 1797 

There is also a Will made in 1783 by Michael Ester, naming the following: His wife - July Ester; three 
youngest children - George, Henry and John; two sons - Michael and Peter Ester; Daughters - Elizabeth, 
Catharina; Rebecca. The Will was signed in the presence of Will Amburn and George Clege (That is what 
it looks like on the record). 

The following marriages are recorded: 

Thomas Allen to Margira Brion - May 26, 1789 
Hugh Allen to Martha Swan - Nov. 10, 1792 
Jeremiah Allin to Susanah Spoon - Oct. 2, 1794 
Abraham Allen to Mary Allender Nailer - Dec. 13, 1811 
Isaac Allen to Sally Hawkins - Aug. 31, 1813 
Jacob Allen to Barbary Balance - Oct. 31, 1818 
Stephen Allen to Sally Deever - Dec. 26, 1819 
William Allen - Milly Brent - Oct. 22, 1823 
Edmond Allen to Nancy Saunders - Jan. 30, 1833 
Gamaliel L. Allen to Nancy M. Bryan - Dec. 22, 1836 
Alexander Allen to Christena Sossaman -Jan. 31, 1852. 

If you want any more definite information concerning the above, I will be glad to get same for you. 
Just write directly to me - Miss Virginia Neister, Deputy Register of Deeds, Salisbury, N.C. 



Maud Bliss Allen, Salt Lake City 
EASTER WILLS AND INQ. 

Thomas Easter 1782 Norfolk Co. Portsmouth recording office. 
William Easter 1732 Norfolk town Princess Ann Co. 
Thomas Easter 1756 Princess Anne Co. Norfolk Town 
John Easter 1778 Princess Anne Co. Norfolk Town 
James Easther 1772 Norfolk County. Portsmouth rec, office, 
(an uncertified copy of wills) 



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WILL OF JAMES EASTER 

22 Sept. 1771 

IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN: 

I James Easther of the Burough of Norfolk, and Colony of Virginia, being weak in body but of Sound memory 
(Blessed by God) do this twenty -second day of September in the year of our Lord One Thousand and Seventy- 
one make and publish this my Last Will and Testiment in manner following --That is to say first: 

I commit my body to the earth from whence it came and my sole to God that gave it, hoping to find a 
Resurrection at the last Day and my body to be buried in a decent manner according to the Duscression of my 
Executors hereafter mentioned viz: 

Item: I give my loving wife, Suzanna Easter all my Household Furniture in generall to her heirs, Exors, 
admin'ors or assigns Likewise I give my loving wife Susannah L My Part of a sloop being the one part in two 
and known by the name of Susannah to her heirs and assigns forever. Likewise I make and Ordain my working 
tools and Shopp Furniture in General and all the rest of my personall Estate whatsoever to her Heirs and assigns 
forever. 

Likewise I make and Ordain my loving Wife Susannah Easter my sole Executrix of this my last will and 
Testiment. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I, the said James Esther have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year 
above written. 

Signed sealed and delivered by the said James Esther as his last Will and Testiment in the presence of us 
who was present at the signing thereof. 

James Esther and SEAL 
Alex'r Masenburgh 
Wm. Welbley 

January Court 1772 proved by Court Order Book, 
dated Sept 22 1771 probated January Court, 1772. 



WILL OF THOMAS EASTER, 1782 

IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN: I Thomas Easter of the County of Nrfolk (Norfolk) Planter being of perfect 
mind and memory and calling God to witness do this 23 day of June acknowledge this to be my last Will 
and Testiment In manner following 

Item: I give and bequeath unto my loving wife Peggy Easter negro man Jacob and Phillis her life and 
after her death to be equally divided among my children--! likewise leave unto my loving wife Peggy Easter 
my horse Mill and Horseheart beds as long as she lives I Likewise leave her the use of Four cows and Calves 
as long as she lives. 

Item: I likewise leave unto my loving wife Peggy Easter the use of every thing I have now in my poses- 
sion during her widowhood and If she should marry to be sold and the money to be Equally Divided among 
my Children Excepting my Gun I give unto my son William Easter to him and his heirs for ever. 

I do appoint my loving wife Peggy Easter My Executrix and my friend Henry Holmes my Executor to this 
my last will. 



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In witness I have hereunto set my hand and Fixed my seall in presence of 

(SEAL) Jno. Willoughby his 

(SEAL) Smith Barrett. Thomas X Easter and seal 

Jas. McCloud mark 

Book. 

Will book No. 2 page 164 May Court 1782 Proved & as by Court Order. 

COPY 



WILL OF THOMAS EASTER, 1756 

PRINCESS ANNE COUNTY: 

IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN: 

I Thomas Easter of the County aforesaid being Sick and Weak of Body but of Sound Sence and meaning 
thanks be to God and calling to mind that the mortality of this Transitory life do make this my last Will and 
Testiment in manner and form following: Imprimis I give my Sole to God that gave it hoping that the 
merrits of Jesus Christ to receive a glorious resurrection and as to my worldly goods I give in manner and 
form following. 

Item: I give and bequeath unto my loving wife all my Estate Rearland and Personal to her and her dispossal 
as she thinks proper and do appoint my wife and Walten Williams my whole and sole Executirs of this my 
Last Will and Testiment Revoking all other former Wills by me made and this and no other to be my Last 
Will and Testiment. 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto sett my hand and Seal this Twenty -eight day of August 1756. 

Signed Sealed and Acknowledged to be the last Will and Testiment of the said Thomas Easter in the Presence 
of Us. 

JOHN HOLMES THOMAS EASTER & SEAL 

JAMES EASTER. 

Copy. Teste: 

Deed book 9 page 162, 



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WILL OF JOHN EASTER 
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN: 

I John Easter of Princess Anne County being Sick and Weak in Body but of sound and perfect Mind and 
Memory, do make and Ordain this to be my last Will and Testiment. Imprimis My Will and desire is that 
my loving Wife Mary Easter may seal and dispose of my Land whereon I now live to the best advantage when 
she thinks proper and the money arising from the Sale thereof to be Equally divided between my Son James 
and Daughter Margaret after my wife's decease or Marriage to them and their Heirs forever. 

Item: I Give and Bequeathe all the remainder of my Estate, towit, Negroes, Stock, Household and Kitchen 
Furniture, Plantation Utensils & to my said loving Wife, after her paying my just debts and Funeral Expenses, 
during her widowhood and after her decease or Manriage I give the same to my said Son James and Daughter 
Margaret to be equally divided between them and Their Heirs forever. 

Lastly I hereby Ordain and Appoint my said loving Wife Mary whole and sole Executrix of this my last Will 
and Testiment revoking and disannuling all other wills by me made. 

In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal this Twelfth day of May One Thousand Seven 
Hundred and Seventy -Seven. 

JOHN EASTER & (SEAL) 
Signed, Sealed and Pronounced 
and declared in presence of us 

his 
Alexander X Harvey 
mark 

his 
Henry Holm ex X 

mark 
Francis Wishart 



At a Court held for Princess Anne County February the 12th 1778. The aforesaid last will and Testiment of John 
Easter, deceased, was proved according to law by the Oath of the Wimesses thereto and is Ordered to be 
Recorded, and on the motion of the Executrix therein named who made Oath and gave Bond with Security 
according to law. Certificate is granted her for obtaining Probat there of in due Form. 

Test. E.H, MOSLEY JUNR CLK. 
Deed book 15 page 39 

SEAL 



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WILL OF WILLIAM EASTER 

IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN. April 29th day anno dom; 1732 

I WILLIAM EASTER of Princess ann County being Sick and weak in body but of Sound and perfect memory ye 
Lord be praised for it & caling to mind this Transitory Life and knowing that it is appointed for all men once 
to die and after death to Judgment I commend my Soul into ye hands of allmighty God & most merciful Lord 
and Saviour Jesus Christ who hath redemed it in full hope and assurance of the general resunection at the last 
Day and my body to the Dust from whence it first was taken to be buryed in Such Decent and Christian manner 
as Shall be to the discression of my Executrix hereinafter named & as touching my worldly goods wherein it 
hath pleased God almighty to bless me with I do dispose of the manner following, viz; 

Item: I give and bequeath to my son Thomas Easter one young horse colt of one year old and hand mill and 
one gun, but my wife to have the use of the horse and the mill during her widowhood (widohood) 

Item: I give and bequeath to my daughter Frances Easter one mare called Madone and one box iron but my wife 
to have the use of them while she remains a wido. 

Item: I gave and bequeathe to my daughter Mary Easter one Small guilded Trunk to her I give the same of 
Ocers. 

Item: I give and bequeath unto my loving wife Mary Easter the use of all the rest of my goods- -chatties and 
residue remain and remainder of my Estate both within Doors and without that not before given & bequeathed 
during her widowhood and afterwards to be equally divided among she and none children being Thomas, 
Frances, Mary, Jacomin, John, William, Samuel, Abraham, James Easter and I do nomminate and appoint 
my Dear and Loving Wife Mary Easter the hole and sole Executor of this my last will and Testiment. 

In Witness Whereof I have hereunto set my hand and fixed my Seal the day and year first above written. 

his 

Signed and sealed in WILLLf^M X EASTER & SEAL 

Presents of us. mark 

John Wishard 
William Pool 

PRINCESS ANNE: 

At a Court held the 2nd of August 1732. Then the above last Will of William Easter, dead peed) was 
presented in Court by his Executrix who made Oath thereto and being proved by the oaths of all the witnesses 
thereto is admitted to Record. 

J. F. Woodhouse CLERK 
Deed book 4 part 2 page 408 

SEAL 



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Office of Clerk of Court, Oxford, Granville Co. 
Will Book 1. page 96 



N.C. 



In the Name of God Amen that I William Hester of the County of Granville & the Province of North 
Carolina being sick & weak but in perfect mind and Memory thanks be given unto God for it. Calling into 
mind the mortality of my Body & knowing that it is appointed for all men to die I do Make & Ordain this 
my last Will and testament that is to say principally and first of all I give and Recommend my soul unto the 
hands of Almighty God that give it & my body I recommend to the Earth to be buried in Decent Christian 
burial at the Discretion of my Executors Nothing doubting but at the General Resurrection I shall Receive the 
same again by the Almighty's Power of God & as touching such Mortality Estate wherewith it has pleased God 
to bless me with in this life I give and Dismist & Dispose of the same in the following Manner & form. 

First I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Mary Hester all my Estate for her life and after her Decease 
to be equally Divided among my ten children Robert, William, Benjaman, Francis, Mary, Zachariah, 
Temperance, John, Nancy, Lucy. I desire that my son Robert may live with his Mother and act &, do for her 
with the Estate as he thinks proper to do the best he can during her life to Collect and pay of my debts and I 
hereby utterly Disallow Revoke and Disannul all & every other former testament wills Legacies bequeaths & 
Executors by me in any wise before named willed & bequeather or Ratifying and Confirming this & no other 
to be my last will & testament in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this Eighteenth day of 
July in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & seventy four. 



Teste 

James Currin 
John Whicker 
George Bruce 



Executors appointed 



his 
William X 

mark 



Hester 



Robert Hester) 
Mary Hester ) 



Executors 



Granville County SS 

November Court Anno Dom 1774 
This will was duly proved by the oath of James Currin, John Whicker & George Bruce subscribing witnesses 
thereto and on motion was Ordered to be Recorded at the same time Robert Hester & Mary Hester came in & 
qualified as Executors to the said will 

Teste Reuben Searcy CC 

Truly Recorded Reuben Searcy CC 



JOHN EASTER (Rev. Soldier) 
CHILDREN OF JOHN AND MARGARET EASTER 



(a-l)John, Jr. 

b. 5/15/1787 

d. 1/18/1849 

m. 10/22/1811 

Sarah Critten M. McDonald 
b. 10/1/1781 
d. 10/29/1861 



(a -2) Peter 
b. 10/1/1788 
d. 1820 

m. Ann Doyle 



(a-3) Suzannah 
b. 7/2/1790 
d. 

m. Randal Largent 
b. 2/8/1793 
d. 



I 



(a-?) Thomas* 



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(4) 

(a -4) Barbara 
b. 12/17/1793 



(a-7) Henry 
m. Nancy Fleming 



(a -5) Margaret 
b. 3/22/1796 
d. 8/31/1870 
m. Thomas Largent 
b. 9/7/1798 
d. 3/21/1859 

(a-8) AbigaU 
b. 12/5/1802 
d. 
m. George W, Shryock 



(a-6) Jacob 

b. 6/20/1797 
d. 11/2/1865 
m. Nancy McVicker 
b. 1800 
d. 4/20/1862 

(a-9) Ruth 

b. 6/13/1805 
d. 1/26/1878 
m. 1820 

John Portmess 
b. 1/26/1784 
d. 1860 



419 Fulton Building 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
November 18, 1939 

Mrs. Wilford J. Allen 

3434 S. 7th Street, E 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

My dear Mrs. Allen: 

In the "Handbook of Amer. Genealogy" by Virkus, your name is given as a family genealogist and that 
you have data on the Easters of Va. Kentucky and N. Carolina. 

Have been in correspondence recently with a Mrs. Carolyn Easter Elliott of Winston-Salem, who is 
secretary of an Easter Reunion Association of that state. A Michael Easter seems to be the ancestor for this 
branch. 

Along with two cousins. Miss Ruth Portmess and Miss Virginia Craig of Hobart, Ind. and Wilmette, 111., 
respectively, I have been working on our family genealogy for some time. 

Our ancestor John Easter was born in Washington County, Md in 1760 and served in the Rev. War. About 
1796 he moved to near Paw Paw, Hampshire County, Va. (later Morgan Co., W. Va. ) 

Will enclose a list of his children. We have partial and complete data on all his children except Henry 
and Thomas. 



It would seem that the family was of German origin, some say Holland. 

The religion of this family was Methodist. Have a "Minutes of the Methodist Church from 1773 to 1813" 
that came down from my gt. grandfather John Easter, Jr. In this book is given a John Easter and his brother 
Thomas who were preachers in Mecklenburg County, Va. There is quite a lot written about the preaching of 
John Easter, and his parents' home which seemed to be a noted Methodist center. Unfortunately the parents' 
names are not given. It seems he had a son who later became an Episcopal minister near Baltimore, and his 
only son met an untimely death leaving no children, thus the line died out. 

We do not know the parents of our John Easter, nor any of the brothers and sisters of whom there are said 
to have been several. There was a Nicholas Easter who came from Maryland to Bedford County, Pa. to 
Fayette Co. , Pa. and on to Iowa around 1850 who was related, but we haven't established the exact relationship. 



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He was bom in 1796. There was also an older Nicholas Easter of Maryland who was in the Rev. War. Have 
been in communication with a descendant of that line at Portsmouth, Ohio, but have not established the con- 
nection there. 

There is a branch of Easters at Baltimore who has wcsked up quite an extensive line which goes back to 
12th century of Irish and Scotch history. They did not come to America, however, until about 1812 or 
later. 



Will be glad to hear from you and exchange data. 



Yours sincerely 
(signed) Agnes M. Easter 



EASTER 

American Genealogical Index. 

p207 

Hyde Co. Mary Easter, Hyde Co. 4 Nov. 1751 

Dau, Lydia- -Mary --Sarah --ANN --sons Thomas-Abraham -John and William. 

Abraham Easter - Hyde Co. N.C, 18 Nov. 1751 

wife Elizabeth - bro. John and Thomas - son James - dau Mary, one child not born, 

John Easter - Hyde Co. N.C. Jan 1751-2 I Sister Lydia Easter and Sedar Delk, Catherine Leath - Elizabeth 
Leath, bro Thomas and William Easter. 

John Easter, Hyde Co. N.C. 27 Oct 1732 wife not named dau Sarah and Dina, son Thomas chils in Esse. 

p 42 No Car. Historical Journal 

John Easter 27 Oct 1732 prov 8 Apl. 1733 Wife - not named - son Thomas - dau Sarah and Dinah. 

Anna - in Cleveland family 1106 

Clarence - in Brown family 1-248 
Daniel - Geo. Dewey pp. 670 

David - N.C. Reg V 3 p 99 

Fanny - Cleveland Family - 2101 

Florence - Brown family 

Frances - Brown family 

Fred N. - 1846 Chute family p 49 

Hyde Co. Abraham - land grants V 4 p 851 N.C. Records 
rights proved V 4 p 765 

Daniel Easter, army rank - V 16 1052 N.C. Records 



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1787 Henry Easter petition V 22 p 705-9 N.C. Records 
John Easter v4. 803 v 16 - 29-131 N.C. Records 
Hester Easter witness V2-p829 N.C. Records 



ALLEN CENSUS 

1860 Census, Gentry County Missouri 

Taken at Washington, D.C. 



NAME 



AGE 



ELIJAH ALLEN (farmer) 


40 


Shorlette (Charlotte?) 


41 


Jesse 




19 


Sarah 




17 


Rhoda 




14 


James 




12 


George 




8 


Margaret 




5 


William 




3 


AARON M 


. ALLEN 


57 


Jane 




36 


Marion 




15 


Sam uel 




12 


Thomas 




10 


Elizabeth 




10 


Luther 




8 


Almira 




6 


Frances 




3 


Mariah 




3 


Joshua 




1/2 


EYREE G. 


ALLEN 


28 


Mahaley 




21 


John 




6 


William 




2 



CHESTEE G. ALLEN (Chester?) 22 
Jane 21 

Mary 1 



WILLIAM T. ALLEN 


25 


Sarah 


19 


HERVY ALLEN 


34 


Louisa 


34 


Alfred 


11 


Alice 


8 


Hetty 


1/4 


Elizabeth Allen 


69 



SEX WHERE BORN 


m Missouri 


f 


• 


m 




f 


• 


f 




m 


' 


m 


• 


f 


' 


m 


' 


m 


Mew York 


f 


Dhio 


m Missouri 


m 




m 


tt 


f 


• 


m 


" 


f 


' 


f 


t 


f 


" 


m 


" 


m 


Ohio 


f 


" 


m 


Missouri 


m 


" 


m 


[llinois 


f 


Arkansas 


f 


Missouri 


m 


Illinois 


f 


Missouri 


m 


New York 


f 


111. 


m 


" 


f 


Missouri 


f 


" 



England 



436. 
JACKSON COUNTY MISSOURI CENSUS, 1860 



WILLIAM P. ALLEN 


48 


Ruth 


48 


William W. 


22 


Mary C. 


19 


Lizzie 


16 


EASTMAN ALLEN 


35 


Margaret I. 


33 


Isaac 


7 


Erasmus 


4 


John 


2 


AMOS ALLEN 


54 


Ann 


50 


Evaline 


24 


William C. Allen 


22 


Martin V. Allen 


19 


Amos Jr. 


14 



m 

f 


Kentucky 
Tennessee 


m 


Indiana 


f 
f 


Kentucky 
fi 


m 

f 


Kentucky 


m 


II 


m 


II 


m 


Missouri 


m 
f 


Kentucky 


f 


Indiana 


m 


Indiana 


m 


Missouri 


m 


" 



GENTRY COUNTY MISSOURI CENSUS, 1860 



JAMES ALLEN 

Mary 

Sidney 

Martha 
Alvira 



28 
27 

7 

3 

4 mo. 



m 
f 
m 
f 

f 



Indiana 
Tennessee 

Missouri 



LITTLETON ALLEN 

Mary 

James 

Daniel 

Martha 

Buchannan 

George 

JOHN S. ALLEN 

Sarah 

Kaziah 

GEORGE W. ALLEN 



32 

31 
9 
7 
5 
3 
3 mo. 

25 

23 

6 

22 



MARCUS V. ALLEN 


52 


Harriet 


43 


Rebecca 


19 


Randall 


17 


Sarah 


19 


Baline 


17 


Louisiana 


10 


Marke 


6 



m 

f 

m 

m 

f 

m 

m 

m 

f 

f 

m 

m 

f 

f 

m 

f 

f 

m 



No. Carolina 



Missouri 



Indiana 
II 

Missouri 
Halifax, Va. 



4 



437 



JAMES V. ALLEN 

Lledia 

Norman 

Esther 

James 

Eliza 

Frances 

Albert or Alma 



40 
19 
18 
15 
12 
12 
8 
4 



MCDONOUGH COUNTY ILLINOIS CENSUS, 1870 



m 


Warren Co. 


N.C 


f 


" 




m 


" 




f 


" 




m 


" 




f 


" 




f 


•■ 




m 


" 





SAMUEL ALLEN 


53 


Mary 


42 


Rachel 


40 


Martha 


18 


Edward 


16 


Susan 


14 


John 


12 


Nathaniel 


10 


William 


9 


Samuel 


7 


Mary 


5 


Harvey 


2 


THOMPSON (RUFUS) ALLEN 


50 


Rhoda (Adams) 


50 


James 


30 


John 


28 


Mary Elizabeth 


23 



m 


Kentucl? 


f 


" 


f 


Missouri 


f 


■■ 


m 


" 


f 


ti 


m 


ti 


m 


" 


m 


" 


m 


" 


f 


II 


m 


" 


m 


Kentuck; 


f 


" 


m 
m 


II 


f 


" 



William Allen adopted 



13 



Illinois 



LOVE ALLEN 


50 


Harriet 


43 


Angelina 


14 


Sidney 


9 


JOSEPH ALLEN 


60 


Rachel 


68 


Polly 


38 


Nancy 


36 


Sally 


34 


Franklin 


32 


Harriet 


28 


Joseph 


23 


Ruth 


18 


GEORGE W. ALLEN 


34 


Delilah 


33 


Sarah E. 


6 


Michael A. 


5 


Henrietta 


3 


Eliza A. 


1 



LAWRENCE COUNTY INDIANA CENSUS. 1850 

North Carolina 
Indiana 

North Carolina 



Indiana 



Lawrence Co. , Indiana 



438 



ANDREW ALLEN 


37 


Elizabeth 


27 


Mary I. 


6 


Emily C. 


1 


NOAH ALLEN 


28 


Eleanore 


25 


Lewis 


5 


Violena 


3 


JAMES ALLEN 


40 


Peggy 


41 


J 




Hiram 


19 


Robert 


16 


Sarah 


14 


John B. 


12 


Jacob 


9 


William 


7 


Catherine 


5 


Melinda 


2 


OBEDIAH ALLEN 


50 


Jane 


43 


Newton 


16 


Isaac 


6 


THEODRIC ALLEN 


40 


Mary 


32 


George W . 


12 


Emily 


10 


Indiana 


7 


Newton 


7 


Peggy A. 


5 


Paris W . 


3 


Susan E, 


June 1850 


ROBERT ALLEN 


68 


Hannah 


60 


James 


21 



North Carolina 



Indiana 



Kentucky 



North Carolina 



North Carolina 

Indiana 



Indiana 



ELIJAH ALLEN 
Anna 

Anna Maria 
Alexander 
Daniel B. 
Thomas J. 
Archie S. 



55 
56 
20 
17 
12 
9 
7 



ADAMS COUNTY ILLINOIS CENSUS, 1870. 

Kentucky 

Missouri 
Illinois 



439 



TIPTON COUNTY INDIANA CENSUS, 1850 



SHERWOOD ALLEN 


39 


Lovina 


29 


George W. 


13 


Martha 


8 


Jesse (male) 


5 


Nicholas 


3 


Julia A. 


July 1850 



Virginia 
North Carolina 
Indiana 



BEDFORD COUNTY VIRGINIA CENSUS, 1850 



ROBERT ALLIN 

Frances K. 

Virginia L. 

James W. 

Frances J. (female) 

Robert C. 

Harvey 

John E. 

Mary E. 

Donald 



55 

44 

26 

20 

18 

15 

13 

7 

5 

2 



Virginia 



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LEAVES FROM MY SCRAPBOOK 



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CHERISHED ITEMS OF A SCRAP BOOK 



A MOTHER 

At the door of the Angel of Life, there sounded a knocking, first very faint, 
then growing very loud and insistant. Opening the door, the angel saw on the 
threshold a woman, pale with pain, but with a lot of expectant joy in her eyes. 

"I am here" she said triumphantly. "I have come for my child. Give it to 
me quickly, for it is a long journey and a hard one, and my strength may be ex- 
hausted before I return. " 

"Wait, " said the angel slowly. "Your child is here--a beautiful boy. But 
first you must patiently pay me for him. " 

"Pay you, " faltered the mother. "But I have very little money and we shall 
need that for him. " 

"I have no use for money, " answered the angel. "But I must have a little of 
your health, a great deal of your time. Some of your peace of mind, and at least 
half of your heart. " 

Without hesitation, the woman handed him the things for which he asked, and 
the angel turned away, and returned with the child. The woman clasped her child 
eagerly in her arms, so weak, then bravely set out for the land from whence she 
came. 

As she turned to go, the angel said "Wait, " and placed upon her head a crown. 
She turned in surprise. 

"This is my gift to you, " said he, the angel of Life. "It is the crown of 
Motherhood, which will recom pence you for all the things you have given up. " So 
she went her way with a happy heart. 

Velma West Sykes. 

# # # A # 

GRANDMA'S ALBUM 

One day 1 went to Grandma's, not very long ago 

She is the sweetest lady a feller wants to know. 

Her cooky jar is always filled with cookies full of spice, 

No foolin now, I'm telling you, my Grandma's awful nice. 

She has her favorite rocking chair, and there she'll sit and knit. 
When cooky crumbs drop on the floor, she doesn't care a bit; 
It happened to be a raining the day when I was there; 
I had to stay inside and play, but say, I didn't care; 

I got the album off the shelf and blew away the dust. 

And opened up the creaky hinge, all covered now with rust. 

The pictures in the album, old, are very queer to me; 

I often wonder, "Now who's that" and "Who can this one be? " 



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The ladies all ate dressed in lace, with ruffels here and there. 
The men have on such funny suits--such clothes I'd hate to wear. 
But who they are, and what their names, I wish that I could know 
My Grandma says they are relatives that lived long, long ago. 

Say; O If I had an album now, with pictures old and new. 

You bet I'd have their names beneath, so's you could tell who's who. 



GRANDMA'S ROCKING-CHAIR 

I am thinking of a conage, in a quiet rural dell. 
And a brook that ran beside it, that I used to love so well; 
I have set for hours and listened while it rippled at my feet 
And I thought no other music in the world was half so sweet. 

There are forms that flit before me; there are times 1 yet recall 
But the voice of gentle grandma, I remember most of all. 
In her loving arms she held me, and beneath her patient care 
I was born away to dreamland, in her dear old rocking-chair. 

I am thinking of a promise that we made when last we met; 

'Twas a rosy summer twilight that I never will forget; 

"Grandma's going HOME, " she whispered, "and the time is drawing nigh; 

"Tell me, darling, will you meet me in our father's house, on high?" 

She was looking down upon me; for a moment all was still, 
Then I answered with emotion, "By the Grace of God, I will. " 
How she clasped me to her bosom: and we bowed our head in prayer 
Where so oft we knelt together, by her dear old rocking-chair. 

She has passed the vale of shadows, she has crossed the narrow sea 
And beyond the crystal river, she is waiting there for me. 
But in fancy I recall her, and again we kneel in prayer. 
While my heart renews its promise by her dear old rocking-chair. 

Fannie J. Crosby. 



GENEALOGY 

Genealogy is the Science of personal identification. It has for its object the discovery and permanent 
establishment, by proofs and evidences, which would be conclusive in any court of law, of the identity of 
the individual, both in his relations to those who have proceeded him, and to those who may succeed him in 
his own particular family line, as well as in his relationship to those belonging to collateral lines of the 
general family of which he and they are members. 

Genealogy is the general outcome of that inherent disposition in man which leads him to seek for and 
preserve rhe memories of his ancestors, in connection with those relating to himself. This disposition springs 
from an immutable necessity of man's existance; since God as the crowning act of his work of creation, 
established the family relation, which was itself the very cornerstone of all human, social, political and 
religious organizations. In God's system of creation and government, the family relation, which was inaug- 
urated by the primeval marriage of Adam and Eve, was a unit in form, dual to the parentage, being the seed. 



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bud of appointed means for the extention of the human race. It was evidently designed by its devine Founder 
as a normal relation adapted to the wants and welfare of the human race. From it arise a thousand social 
relations, duties, comforts and delights to benefit and bless mankind. 

It forms indeed the very bedrock on which all institutions are founded without which, the world would be 
a mere chaos, conservitude in its relations to our social life, wholesome and inspiring in its teachings and 
influence. It lifts the soul from out of the mire and dust of life's daily toil and by its bright examples of indi- 
vidual worth in the past, encourages and stimulates us to new aspirations. 

(copied) J. D. Westergaard. 



What man of you, having an hundred sheep, if he lose one of them, doth not leave the ninety and nine 
in the wilderness, and go after that which is lost until he findeth it. 

And when he hath found it, he layeth it on his shoulders rejoicing, and when he cometh home he calleth 
together his friends and neighbors, saying unto them, "Rejoice with me for I have found my sheep which was 
lost." 

Luke 15:4-6 

How much better then is a man than a sheep. 

Matt. 12:12 

And the word of the Lord came unto me, saying, "Prophesy Son of man. Prophesy against the shephards of 
Israel. Prophesy unto them, thus sayeth the Lord, God, unto the shepherds. Woe be unto the shepherds of 
Israel that do feed themselves--neither have ye bound that which was broken, neither have ye brought that which 
was driven away, neither have ye sought that which was lost. 

My sheep wandered through all the mountains, and upon every hill, yea, my flock was scattered upon all 
the face of the earth and none did seek after them. 

Therefore, ye shepherds, do hear the word of the Lord, thus sayeth the Lord God, behold I am against the 
shepherds and I WILL REQUIRE MY FLOCK AT THEIR HANDS. Behold I, even I, will both search my sheep and 
seek them out. As a shepherd seeketh out his flock in the day that he is among his sheep and will deliver them 
out of all the places where they have been scattered in the cloudy and dark day, I will seek that which was 
lost and bring again that which was driven away, and will bind up that which was broken, and that they, even 
the house of Israel are my people. Thus they shall know that I the Lord God am with them, Sayeth the Lord 
God, and ye, my flock, the flock of my pasture are MEN, but I am your God. 

Ezekiel, 34th Chapter 

The gathering of Israel pertains to the Israelitish dead. Performance of these ordinances must be done. 



We cherish with reverence the sacred memory of our ancestors. They came to seek American freedom, to 
worship God according to the dictates of their own conscience. Every child born into this world is entitled to 
know of his ancestors where they came from, and what part they played in the great history of our country. 

M.B.A, 



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LUCIUS GRACIOUS, in his "HOPE OF ZION. " printed in Basil, Switzerland in 1739 wrote; 

"The old, true gospel and its gifts are lost. False doctrines prevail in every church and in every land. 
All we can do is to exhort the people to be just, fear GOD and shun evil, and to PRAY, PRAY, PRAY. Prayer 
and Purity may cause an angel to visit a deep and distressed soul, but I tell you that GOD, will in one-hundred 
years have spoken again. 

He will restore the old church again. I see a little people, led by a faithful prophet and elder; they are 
persecuted, burned out and murdered, but in a valley that lies on the shores of a great lake, they will grow 
and make a beautiful land, have a temple of magnificent splendor, and also possess the old priesthood with 
apostles, prophets, teachers, and deacons. 

From every nation will the true believers be gathered by speedy messengers, and then will GOD ALMIGHTY 
speak to the disobedient nations with thunder, lightning and destruction, such as was never heard of in history 
before. " 



The book that contains the above can be found in the University Library in Basil, Switzerland. TRUTH 
IS REASON. 

I gave this at a Genealogical class, some one questioned it. I sent to Switzerland. It was put in the 
hands of a missionary, he found nothing. When Apostle Widstoe was in Switzerland, I sent again, to know if 
the record could be found, and he went to the Library and there confirmed the truth of this wonderful vision, 
given to a catholic layman. 

Maud B. Allen. 

« « « « « 

DYING WORDS OF THE LOST, INFIDELS 

Charles the 9th - "I am lost. I see it well. " 

Talleyrand cried, "I suffer the pangs of the damned. " 

Voltaire died a horrible death. His nurse said, "For all the world, for all the wealth of Europe, I would not 
see another infidel die. " 

Sir Thomas Scott - "Until now I thought there was no GOD or HELL. Now I know there is both, and I am 
Damned. " 

Cried Hume, "I am in the flames. " His was an awful death. 

Adamson, the infidel, cried as he passed away, "I can see the Devil in this room. " 

Charlton said, "I would gladly give a fortune, just to know there was no HELL. " 

Beau Brummell, the stylish man of the world, died without hope. 

Kay, the infidel, screamed, "HELL, HELL, HELL." His family fled from him till he died. 

Hirabeau cried, "Give me laudinum. Eternity, Eternity. " 

Newport cried, "Oh, the unfortunate pangs of HELL. " 



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Hobbs dying words, "I am taking a fearful leap into the dark. " 

Churchill cried, "What a FOOL I have been, what a FOOL. " 

Gasbetti said as he died, "All is now lost, IRREVOCABLY. " 

Payne cried, "Stay with me. I fear to be alone. " 

Massarin said, "My soul, what will become of thee?" 

Edwards cried, "I am damned to all ETERNITY. " 

Caeser Borgi cried, "Alas I die unprepared. " 

Mrs. J. Brown, "Alas I die unprepared. The DEVILS are here with me. " 

Miss Acne, "The devil is dragging me to HELL. " 

DYING WORDS OF PROMINENT RELIGIOUS LEADERS 

Moody died gloriously, "This is my coronation day. If this is death, it is sweet. " 

When McKinley was told he was dying, he said, "All is well. God's Will be Done. " 

Rutherford, "As sure as his spirit speaks to me he says 'Fear not. '" 

Jeremiah Everts cried, "Oh, Wonderful, a joy that cannot be comprehended. 

Crismon, "Praise God, I see the angels in this room. Can't you see them?" 

Phillips, the martyr^sang praises while being burned to death he said, "God can silence pain or make it 
endurable. " 

Thorton, "Happy in Jesus, all is well, Precious Jesus. " 

Luther, "Into thy hands I commend my spirit. " 

James Hope, "Thank God. There is no darkness. " 

Sarah Cook, when dying, said, "I have such a view of GOD's love. " v 

John Mason, "All things forsake me, but GOD. " 

Madam Destelle, "Jesus calls me. " 

Toplady, "What a sunshine, all is LIGHT. " 

George Washington, "It is well. " 

John Dall, "I am not afraid of death. " 

John Dauly, "I am not afraid to die. CHRIST is altogether lovely. " 

VanDervanter, "Don't weep, for I am going home. " 



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Jacob Elgheniger, '1 see Jesus. " 
Bangs, "I go from this bed to a crown. " 
Bibbins, "The storm of life is now passed. " 
Hilda Reese, '1 didn't know it was so beautiful. " 
Wesley, "When I am gone, SING. " 
Hunt, "If this is dying, Praise the LORD." 
Hack, "Oh, How wonderful, Heaven is OPEN . " 
McCracken, "The room is full of ANGELS." 
Lyth. "Is this DEATH? It is better than living. " 
Asbury, '1 die Happy. Soul take thy flight. " 
Morris, "I die in Peace. " 
Wesley, "The best of all. Dear God is with me. " 



# » « « 



Around the corner I have a FRIEND 
In this great city that has no end; 
Yet days go by and weeks rush on, 
And before I know it, a year is gone 
And I never see my old friend's face 
For life is a swift and terrible race. 

He knows I like him just as well 

As in the days when I rang his bell 

And he rang mine. We were younger then 

And now we are busy tired men. 

Tired with playing a fooUsh game 

Tired with trying to make a name. 

"Tomorrow, I say, I will call on Jim 
Just to show that I am thinking of him. " 
But tomorrow comes and tomorrow goes 
And the distance between us grows and grows; 
Around the corner, yet miles away-- 
Here's a telegram sir, "Jim died today." 
And that's what we get and deserve in the end. 
Around the corner, a vanished friend. 

Charles Towne. 



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MYSELF 



I have to live with my self and so 

I want to be fit for myself to know; 

I want to be able as days go by 

Always to look myself straight in the eye. 

I don't want to stand in the setting sun, 

And hate myself, for the things I have done. 

I don't want to keep on the closet shelf 

A lot of secrets about myself. 

And fool myself, as I come and go; 

Into thinking nobody else will know 

The kind of man I really am, 

I don't want to dress myself up in sham. 

I want to go with my head erect; 

I want to deserve every man's respect, 

And in this struggle for fame and pelf 

I want to be able to like myself. 

I couldn't look at myself and know 

I was bluff and bluster and empty show. 

I can never hide myself from ME 
1 see what others may never see. 
I know what others may never know, 
I never can fool myself and so 
Whatever happens, I want to be 
Self-respecting and conscious free. 



Edgar A. Guest, 1932. 



THERE IS A ROOM 

My problems are so great today, there is a room where I must go 
And close the door and kneel and Pray, and only God shall know. 

A room where I have often knelt, and agonized and prayed and pled 
Until all comforted, I felt God's hand upon my head. 

A room I seek when I am glad, to thank the giver of it all 
Without him, I should not have had these joys I have at all. 

Within my house is one small room, a haven from distress and care 
I turn to it, and thru the gloom, seek God, and find him there. 

Cromwell. 



448 



THE BRIDGE BUILDER 

An old man traveling a lone highway 

Came at the evening, cold and grey 
To a chasm, vast and deep and wide. 

By a dark abyss, neath the mountain side. 
The old man crossed in the twilight, dim, 

For die sullen stream held no fear for him. 
But he turned, when he'd reached the other side, 

And buUded a Bridge, to span the tide. 

"Old man, " cried a fellow pilgrim near 

You're wasting your strength while building there 
Your journey will end with the coming day 

And you never again will pass this way. 
You have crossed the chasm deep and wide, 

Why build a bridge at even tide? " 

And the builder lifted his old grey head 

"Good friend on the path I have come, " he said 
"There foUoweth after me today 

A youth whose feet must pass this way. 
This stream that has been naught to me 

To this fairhaired boy, may a pitfaU be. 
He too must cross in the twilight dim, 

1 am building this Bridge my friend, for him. " 



Woman Elected 
By Genealogists 

Mi-s. Maud Bliss Alien, 3434 Sev- 
enth East street, v/ho has won recog- 
nition for her work in genealogical 
and hiilorical research, has been 
elected a member of the Institute of 
American Genealogy of Chicago, ac- 
cording to word received in Salt Lake 
Tuasday. 

Mr.s. Allen is the only woman in 
Salt Lake at the present time belong- 
ing to the institute. 

James H. Anderi-on of 663 Fifth ave- 
nue and William W. Covey, 919 East 
Third South street, who have also 
been engaged in genealogical research 
work, are members of the institute of 
some years standing. 

Membership in the organization is 
by election of the council and in- 
cludes many of the leading genealog- 
ists of the United States, England, 
Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Germany, 
Holland, France, Switzerland, Can- 
ada, Austria. Denmark, Finland, Italy, 
Mexico and Poland. 

The membership of this institute 
also enables a person to have acces.s 
to the extensive lineage files of the 
National Clearing House for Genea- 
logical Information, which expands 
the scope of their work materially. 



449 



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Maud -B. Allen, 
220 Canyon ftoad, 
City 84105. 

Dear friend Maud; 



Sept. 27,1967 



I have your delightful letter and in answer will say 
that I have the quilt all made and it is on one of 
my beds, the very one on which I was born. The girls 
on the board of this organization quilted it for me 
and it is simply beautiful. Thank you so kindly, I 
do appreciate this wonderful gift. 

In ray opinion, want to tell you that I think you have 
made the greatest contribution of any of the daughters 
in this great organization, you have done so many, 
many wonderful things for it, and words cannot express 
my deep appreciateion to you. 

Thanks for the copy of what LUCIUS GRACIOUS wrote. 
It is very interesting and I am very happy to have 
it. 



Very siiicere iy ,/^ 

JlcrXT O- Uaxif.-V 

KATE B. GARTER, President 



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MY MOTHER 

We never thought about it then when we were young and gay, 

How much a mother worries when her children are away. 

She never went to bed at night when we were young and gay, 

It is strange how mother worries when her children are away. 

We only knew she never slept when we were out at night, 

And that she waited just to know that we came home all right. 

Why sometimes when we stayed away until one or two or three, 

It seemed to us that mother heard the turning of the key. 

For always when we came inside she would call and we would reply. 

But we were all too young back then to understand why. 

And once she said when you are grown from children into men. 

Perhaps I will sleep the whole night through. It might be different then. 

But then there came a time when we were called around her bed. 

"Your children are all with you, " the kindly Doctor said. 

She smiled that old familiar smile and prayed the Lord to keep 

Us safe from harm always, and then she went to sleep. 



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ON BOARD THE FLAG SHIP S. S. ROTTERDAM, 1963 




MAUD B. ALLEN 

With Commander Kooyman, Captain of the 
Rotterdam and Chief Commander of the 
Neatherland Fleet. Going to the Captain's dinner. 



Author of: 

ALLEN - EASTER RECORD 
"MY PRICELESS HERITAGE" 
DECKER - ALLEY GENEALOGY 
OSBCaiNE - RAMSEY GENEALOGY 
ALBURTIS - BURTIS GENEALOGY 
BLESS - BUSS - REGENSTEIN 
WATMOUGH DESCENDANTS 
NINE GENERATIONS OF SMITHS 
SAMUEL ALLEN DESCENDANTS 

1756 - 1960 
Historian Utah Pioneers 




456 




DRAWN BY GREGORY D'ALESSIO 

"This Is Mr, Chittering, Sir. He Wants to Know if it Wilt Take Very 
Long for You to Trace His Jincestry" 



I NDEX 



Abernathy, Byrl 


120 


Abbott, Christie E. 


257 


Adair, Arnold Andrew 


132 


Adams, Alexandria 


23 


Family 


60 


Alice Jane 


240 


Family 


240 


America (Mercia) 


23 


Family 


49 


Frances 


60 


George 


21 


Jack 


326 


James D. 


60 


Judge 


20-21 


Lorin G. 


230 


Family 


368 


Margaret S. 


321 


Nancy 


60 


Newton 


60 


Polly 


23 


Family 


51 


Randolph 


97 


Rhoda 


23, 51 


Samuel 


16 


Family 


16 


Sarah 


28 


Sarah Sue 


227 


Family 


229 


Akerson, Leona 


269 


Aldrich, Howard G. 


292 


Laura Conrad 


158 


Family 


292 


Aldridge, Clifford 


86 


Allen, Ada J. 


337 


Ada K. 


338 


Adall 


63 


Adella May 


158 


Albert 


230 


Family 


366 


Albert Andrew 


137 


Albert Elmo 


73 


Pedigree 


77 


Family 


193 


Albert Odell 


366 


Albert Theodore 


61 


Alda 


204, 269 


Family 


396 


Alda Pernecy 


158 


Family 


273-276 


Alec Arnold 


367 



Allen, Alec Hubbard 


238 




Family 


238 




Alice 


59, 


60, 114, 




115, 


188, 214 


Family 


140, 


189, 250 


Alice (Allie) 


27 




Family 


73 




Alice Flossie 


66 




Family 


66 




Alice L. 


25 




Alice Mae 


335 




Alpha 


183 




Alva Ralph 


394 




Alvin Arlin 


197 




Alyce Mae 


216 




Amanda C. 


26, 


67 


Amelia (Langley) Frances 


91 




Family 


212 




America Louise 


182 




Amy Thelma 


258 




Family 


374 




Andrea 


396 




Andrew Andrews 


47 




Andrew Bailey 


104, 


237, 238 


Pedigree 


236 




Family 


238- 


239 


Andrew Benjamin 


238 




Family 


239 




Andrew Don 


246 




Family 


248 




Andrew Jackson 


20. 


23, 31, 




33. 


35-37. 




45. 


166 


Family 


46- 


47 


Sketch 


260 




Andrew Jackson 11 


33. 


93 


Family 


114 




Andrew Jackson III 


114, 


115. 250 


Andrew Jay 


256 




Family 


256 




Andrew Wamsley 


158 




Family 


258 




Ann Elizabeth 


102 




Anna 


27. 


140 


Annabell 


189 




Anna Lou 


252 




Family 


252 




Anna Mabel 


88 




Family 


209 




Anna Pearl 


158 




Family 


276 




Annette 


336 





, Annie Bell 


189 




Allen, Bertrum Julius 


204 


Annie Laurie 


194 




Beryl 


246 


Family 


330 




Family 


248 


Anita Dorothy 


208 




Bessie 


139 


Anthony Wayne 


368 




Bessie Irene 


185 


Arlen Brower 


196 




Beth Louise 


204 


Family 


197 




Family 


340 


A dene 


197 




Beth Marcile 


375 


Arietta 


218 




Beth Sarah 


269 


Arnold James 


214 




Betsy 


28 


Arthur 


87 




Betty Jacqueline 


272 


Anhur Colton 


79 




Family 


272 


Arthur Eldon 


269, 


391 


Betty Lou 


202 


Family 


390, 


392 


Beulah 


33, 137 


Arthur Pratt 


47, 


48 


Pedigree 


138, 357 


Arthur Rex 


229 




Family 


253 


Family 


365 




Beulah Ann 


93 


Arthur Rial 


313 




Family 


97 


Family 


314 




Beulah Charlotte 


103 


Arthur W. , Dr. 


73 




Family 


226 


Arvol Duane, Capt. 


162, 


269 


Beverly 


336 


Family 


396 




Beverly Jean 


252 


Audene 


368 




Beverly Sue 


182 


Aubin Amber 


56 




Billie Idell 


337 


Family 


57 




Blanch 


201, 204 


Audrey 


54 




Family 


338 


Bailey, Mrs. 


35, 


140, 229, 


Bradley Layton 


363 




232, 


234 


Bradley Wayne 


239 


Barbara 


330 




Brenda Lynn 


199 


Barbara Jane 


318 




Brent J. 


320 


Barbara Jean 


216 




Brent Leon 


199 


Barbara Lee 


255 




Brent Taylor 


91, 214 


Barbara Lou (LEE) 


198 




Brian Gary 


319 


Family 


199 




Bruce Arthur 


386 


Barbara Lynn 


370 




Bruce BUss, Lt. Cdr. 


162, 269, 387 


Barbara Mae 


322 




Bruce J. 


229 


Family 


322 




Family 


364 


Barbara Rose 


256 




Bruce William 


331 


Bell(lsabell) 


59 




Burdette 


79 


Family 


188 




Burton Douglas 


396 


Belva Dean