From England to America: Our Allred Family

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Dawnell H Griffin, Oct 30, 2015 - 336 pages
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While the focus of this book centers on the Allred Family in England and Colonial North America, anyone interested in the story of early immgrants to the Colonies will find this book informative. Members of the Allred family first appear in the records in Eccles Parish, Lancashire, England and continue even after the migration of Solomon Allred, to West Nottingham, Chester, Pennsylvania and eventual relocation to central North Carolina. This single voyager would change the fortunes of a great many descendants of this family in America, as they became involved in the social and religous life, politics and wars that helped create the world in which we now live. Evidence is presented and well documented and provides a background for future research, writing and dialogue.

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Dawnell H. Griffin is a writer, genealogist, family and local historian, and a poet. She has written several family histories, a local history, and her manuscript, On Judgment Day, won her the honor of being the Utah State Poetry Society Poet of the Year in 2010. She has been published in Utah Sings, Panorama, The Friend, and has won numerous awards for both her poetry and short stories.

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