Bishop Samuel Allred was born 3 June 1851 in Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie County, Iowa, United States to Isaac Allred (1813-1859) and Mary Henderson (1823-1910) and died 19 January 1932 Spring City, Sanpete County, Utah, United States of unspecified causes. He married Elizabeth Diantha Allred (1852-1942) 19 September 1870 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. He married Isabella Blain (1860-1934) 18 November 1880 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah.


Offspring of Bishop Samuel Allred and Elizabeth Diantha Allred (1852-1942)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Samuel Willis Allred (1871-1950)
Wilson Monroe Allred (1873-1888)
George Allred (1875-1969)
Olive Manett Allred (1877-1954)
Isaac Pratt Allred (1879-1965)
Sanford Spencer Allred (1881-1954)
Ida Jane Allred (1885-1906)
Wallis Allred (1888-1903)
Reid Henderson Allred (1891-1970)
Diantha Geneva Allred (1895-1896)
Baby Son Allred (1897-1897)
Ida Athene Allred (1906-1981)

Offspring of Bishop Samuel Allred and Isabella Blain (1860-1934)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Nell Allred (1883-1943)
Sarah Eva Allred (1886-1956)



Vital Records

Spring City Gravestone


1932 Obituary


Bishop Samuel Allred Dies at Spring City (1932) SPRING CITY, Jan. 29 - Bishop Samuel Allred, 80, died Monday of infirmities due to advanced age. He was a pioneer of Utah and this section, having been born while his parents were coming across the plains of Iowa, June 3, 1851; he is a son of Isaac and Mary Henderson Allred. He was a Black-Hawk Indian war veteran, having stood guard and run pony express between SPring City and Ephraim during Indian troubles. A staunch church worker all his life, he has held many positions. He was a ward teacher for 44 years; a member of the high council of North Sanpete stake for nine years; a member of the first Sanpete stake Y.M.M.I.A.; stake presidency for 20 years. In 1913 he was made bishop of Spring City ward. he held this office for nearly 15 years. His two wives, Elizabeth D. Allred and Isabell Blain Allred both survive him. He has been married to his first wife 61 years and to his second wife 51 years. He is survived by five sons and three daughters: S.D. Allred, George Allred, Reid H. Allred of Spring City; I. Pratt Allred of Manti; S.S. Allred, Salt Lake City; Manett Allred, Nell Allred Nybery and Eva Erickson of Spring City; 31 grandchildren; also three sisters and one brother. The funeral wil(sic) be held in Spring City ward chapel at 1 p.m. Friday.

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