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The Utah Redds and their progenitors

researched and written by Lura Redd
Electronic Resource/Compact Disc
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Amasa Jay Redd, 2001
1 CD-ROM ; 4 3/4 in.
2nd ed.

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Lemuel Hardison Redd was born 31 July 1836 in Sneads Ferry, Onslow County, North Carolina and died 9 June 1910 in Colonia Juarez, Mexico. His parents were John Hardison Redd and Elizabeth Hancock. He married Keziah Jane Butler, daughter of John Lowe Butler and Caroline Farozine Skeen, 2 January 2 1856 in Spanish Fork, Utah. She was born 25 February 1836 in Simpson County, Kentucky and died 15 May 1895 in New Harmony Utah. Ancestors, descendants and relatives have resided primarily in North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Utah, Northern Mexico, Southern Alberta, Arizona and California.

2nd edition includes additional information added by Jan V. Garbett.

Includes Redd, Een, Pace, Bryner, Spilsbury, Adams, Ivins, Rich, Hatch, Laycock, Ursenbach, Mendenhall, Vandenberghe, Burt, McConkie, Ward, Hancock, Butler, Torrie and other related families.

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