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Biography of Lemuel Hardison Redd

written by his daughter, Ellen Redd Bryner
Manuscript/Typescript Photocopy with Digital Images
English
1956
12, [10] leaves : facsims.

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Lemuel Hardison Redd (1836-1910), son of John Hardison Redd (1799- 1858) and Elizabeth Hancock Redd (1798-1853), was born in Onslow County, North Carolina. His family migrated to Tennessee, where they joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. They were living at Nauvoo, Illinois, by 1844, and migrated to Utah in 1850 with the Mormon pioneers. They settled at Spanish Fork, Utah, in 1851. He married Keziah Jane Butler, daughter of John Lowe Butler, at Spanish Fork in 1856. They had thirteen children. The family moved to New Harmony, Washington County, Utah, in 1862. He married 2) Sariah Louisa Chamberlain at Salt Lake City, Utah, in 1866. They had fourteen children. Because of polygamy persecutions, he moved his second family to Bluff, San Juan County, Utah, in 1889, and to Colonia Juarez, Mexico, in 1891. Keziah Redd died at New Harmany, Utah, in 1895. Sariah Louisa Redd died in Colonia Juarez, Mexico, in 1907. He died there in 1910.

Includes a photocopy of a letter written by John Hardison Redd, Spanish Fork, Utah, 1856, to his son, Lemuel Hardison Redd; a typed transcript of an account taken from the journal of John Hardison Redd, pertaining to the James Pace Company, which arrived in Salt Lake Valley in September 1850, found among the papers of his son, Lemuel Hardison Redd; and a photocopy of a paper, Territory of Utah, Utah County, "A schedule of Lemuel Hardeson Redd's property (of Spanish Fork City) which he consecrated to the Lord, January 6th, 1858."

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