John Randolph Allen a pioneer of Tennessee was the father John Randolph Allen, born in 1836. Married in 1876, Nora Martin, born in 1858, they were natives of Tennessee. John Randolph and Nora (Martin) Allen were the parents of John Randolph Allen, born February 1877 in Chicago, Illinois. Married at Fort Smith, Arkansas December 25,
James T. Allen was born in Botetourt, Botetourt county, Virginia, July 16, 1833. He lived with his parents until he was sixteen years old, then attended the Presbyterian High School for one year, and was a student one year at Princeton College, New Jersey. In 1851 he began reading medicine under Dr. Matthew Wallace, of
Person Interviewed: Jim Threat Place of Birth: Talidiga County, Alabama Date of Birth: September 1851 We all sung dat song and had a lot of fun singing it but it was true jest the same. Dat was one of the things dat the niggers dreaded most, was a patteroller. Slaves would have a little party
All of the works listed below will be found in the Library of Congress. Most of them will be found in the libraries of historical and genealogical societies. Some of them will be found in the libraries of all of the large American cities. 1. Americans of Royal Descent, 1891, Browning. 2. Appleton’s Cyclopedia of
Prominent American Allens Of The 1920′s ABEL LEIGHTON ALLEN: Author, lawyer. ALFRED: Playwright; b., Alfred, N. Y., 1866; s. Rev. Jonathan A., pres. Alfred Univ. Author several books, including “The Master Power.” Add.: Los Angeles. ALFRED GAITHER: Ex-Congressman. ANDREW ANIEL: Railway official. ANDREWS: Engineer; b., Madison, Wis., 1870; s. Prof. Wm. Francis; mem. numerous societies,
Prominent Allens Of America, Past Generations ALEXANDER VIETS GRISWOLD ALLEN: Author; b., Otis, Mass., 1841; professor of church history, Episcopalian Divinity School at Cambridge, 1867; author of several books, part constituting the Bohlen Lectures, 1884. ANDREW: Attorney-General, 1766; b., Phila., 1740; s. William. When the royalist army took New York, he went into British lines
Officers of the Continental Army. Abraham Allen (N. J.). Ensign of Dye’s Regiment New Jersey Militia; taken prisoner at Bargin Point, 16th January, 1779. Adoniram (S. C.). Captain South Carolina Partisan Rangers, 1780 to 1782. Archer (Va.). Captain Virginia Militia, 1779-1781. Benjamin (Mass.). Sergeant of Gridley’s Regiment Massachusetts Artillery, June to December, 1775; 1st Lieutenant
Z158 WILLIAM and MINERVA ALLEN: of Fredonia, N. Y., had the following ch.: (1) William: d. 1928. He m. and had: (A) Lester R.: d. 1928. (B) Florence, m. James Champlain and has two ch. (2) Henry: m. and had: (A) Tracey: Teacher’s Coll., Stroudsburg, Pa. (B) Anna May: who m. and resides in N.
Y157 WILLIAM RUSSELL ALLEN: now living in St. Louis; m. Florence York in 1905. They had the following ch.: (1) Francis York, b. 1906. (2) Wm. Russell, III, b. 1909. (3) Florence Mary, b. 1918. (4) Ann Russell, b. 1919.
X156 ALLEN: of New York State; had, besides other issue: (1) Florence Adele. (2) George Francis: b. at Fayetteville, N. Y.; m. Angenette Stephenson, at Cicero, N. Y. (A) Francis Ruth: b. 1890; d. in infancy. (B) Eloise Stephenson: b. March 3, 1891; m. 1915, Edwin Donald Beach. (a) Eloise Whitlock: b. April 19, 1916,