Spanish Fork 2021
Due to the current dangers of holding public gatherings and uncertainty around how long that will last, the 2020 reunion date of July 25 will be postponed to 2021. More information forthcoming.
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For those interested in land deeds, the attached pdf file is a plot of property bought by Whitaker Redd from Edward Hobbs in 1804. Whitaker and his family had this land from 1804 until 1831 and possibly lived on it. It's possible that John Hardison Redd might have...
Dear Redds, On November 1, 2013, I attended a Family History Conference at Brigham Young University in behalf of the Redd Family Organization. My primary purpose of attending the conference was to learn about ResearchTies.com, a website that allows a genealogist to...
Lurany was Whitaker Redd Jr's third and final wife. She survived him at his death in 1825 and inherited the land described in this county record: State of N Carolina} We the undersigned being sum- Onslow County } moned by the sheriff of said Coun- ty and being sworn...
Acres of potatoes ready to bag Vilo Redd 1901-1988, daughter of William Alexander Redd 1861-1911, grew up in Raymond, Alberta, Canada. Vilo was 15 years old the year her brother-in-law, George Laycock 1893-1946, planted about 8 or 10 acres of potatoes to sell. Vilo...
Narrative Family History Descendants of Whitaker Redd By Samuel Garbett, co-authored Jan Garbett Who thinks the Mormon Pioneers didn’t come with lots of baggage? They may not have brought it with them as they crossed the plains but as we try to unravel their histories...
Redd Brick Wall Project
We’re excited to be sending two of our own members to England this year to dig into some DNA clues to our Redd-Rudd connection.
Our members have been diligently transcribing many old documents relating to the Redd family to try to make connections even farther back.
Past Research Reports
Read up on professional research the organization has sponsored in the past.