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Hosted by Larry Allred
Please let me know if you are looking for something specific on the Allred family in Wyoming. If it's available, I'll be glad to share. Also, we welcome contributions!!! If you have information, documents, family histories, family photos or other Allred genealogy information that you would like to see posted here, please contact me!! By sharing - we all learn!! Larry
Harvey Allred, Jr. homestead
Driving directions to the homestead are: From the Afton business district,
on Highway 89, go south about two miles, then turn right on State road 236.
Go three miles west, you will cross first what is called the "Salt
River". Within about 1000 feet you will come to the first
intersection, and cross the creek that B H Allred's Cabin was built. This
is where Larry took the first photo, standing on a cattle chute looking over a
corral and the creek as it arced to the right. If you go two more blocks
west, turn left and go about four blocks south, up onto the hill and to the
right is the cemetery.
Allred Flats is a Camp ground on Highway 89, in Wyoming, just inside the Idaho
Wyoming border. Almost half way between Montpelier Idaho and Afton
Wyoming. It is located in the lower end of the Bridger Teton National
Forrest. I (Larry) was told that the flats were named after Edgar Allred,
one of the sons of Nelson Calvert, who lived there until the forest service
forced them out because of it being the national forest, but named the camp site