Allred Family Organization 
AFO Mission Statement
Identify and Unite the Allred Family Through 
Gathering, Storing and Sharing Information

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Newsletter #100 Fall 2014

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Directions:  from Asheboro, take Hwy 64 East, turn right (south) on Iron Mountain Road.  Go about 2 1/2 miles, turn left onto Buffalo Ford Road.  Go about 1/2 mile, turn left onto Filler Road.  The church and cemetery are at the end of this dead end road.

wpe1.jpg (41501 bytes) In Memory of Nancy L. Burrow, the wife of William Burrow, who was born
                            March 28, 1827 and died August 11, 1858

wpe3.jpg (47014 bytes) Children of George Washington and Elizabeth Wright Allred:  William A. 6/18/1857; Mary Catherine 9/19/1859; Manly W. 1863; Charles Milton 8/17/1864; Louvenia Jane 8/29/1868

wpe5.jpg (19677 bytes) George W. Allred Dec 21, 1824 - Dec 8, 1876, aged 51 yrs, 11 months, 14 days.

wpe7.jpg (18192 bytes) Elizabeth J., wife of George W. Allred, Feb 17, 1835 - Dec 6, 1857, aged 42 yrs, 9 ms, 19 days

wpe9.jpg (16364 bytes) Louvenia I. Allred Feb 29, 186? - Sept 6, 18?

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wpeD.jpg (38106 bytes) Virgial, son of D. M. and B. A. Allred, May 19, 1909 - Dec 3, 1920


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