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Henry Isaac Hartman Allred
Birth: Mar. 16, 1876
Avery
Red River County
Texas, USA
Death: Nov. 28, 1949
Texarkana
Bowie County
Texas, USA

Henry was a barber and an outspoken political critic. Son Gabe said that he was a skeptic, a socialist, and a firm nonbeliever. Gabe thought that his unconventional political views were probably why his barber shop was burned.

Parents:
Joseph R. Allred 1837-1920
Elizabeth(Eliza) Ann Collins 1855-1927

Wife:
Hattie Belle "H B" Davis 1875-1930

Children:
Harry Tracy Allred 1902-1980
Hazel Gladys Allred Dorsey 1904-1990
Opie D "Gabe" Allred 1910-1980
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Joseph Robert Allred (1839 - 1920)
  Eliza "Elizabeth" Ann Collins Allred (1855 - 1927)
 
 Spouses:
  Hattie Belle Davis Allred (1875 - 1930)
  Hattie Belle Davis Allred (1875 - 1930)*
  Hattie Belle Davis Allred (1875 - 1930)*
 
 Children:
  Harry Allred (1902 - 1980)*
  Hazel Gladys Allred Dorsey (1904 - 1990)*
  Gabe Opie D Allred (1910 - 1980)*
 
 Siblings:
  William Hackley Allred (1874 - 1945)*
  Henry Isaac Hartman Allred (1876 - 1949)
  Lewis Edward Allred (1889 - 1904)*
  Samuel Jasper Allred (1892 - 1927)*
  Maud Elizabeth Allred Bullard (1894 - 1989)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
Henry Allred
Mar 16 1876
Nov 28 1949

 
Note: Gravestone is on the east side near the fence, and close to blue building on the adjoining property.
 
Burial:
Hillcrest Cemetery
Texarkana
Bowie County
Texas, USA
Plot: Section B; lot 57
 
Created by: TAS
Record added: Jul 30, 2008
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-Anonymous
 Added: Feb. 15, 2013
Thinking of you and remembering your visit to Brownsville in 1949. You showed us your wooden leg.
- TAS
 Added: Dec. 17, 2011

-Anonymous
 Added: Oct. 8, 2011
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