Museum the New Llano Colony

Claude Allred Alternate spelling Alred

Birth: He was born around 1909 in Texas.  


Pre-Colony History: On the 1910, 1920 and 1930 census he was living in Texas with his parents and siblings. His parents and brother, John, came to the colony in early 1931; at some point Claude also joined them.  

Family Information: Son of Charles and Etha Allred.

Brother of John Allred.  

Job in Colony: In June 1931 he was helping to get out the finished building material as fast as the lumber from the Anacoco sawmill was brought in. In July, he and Cleve Campbell were getting out finished lumber for Dr. Irwin's house.

At the veneer plant in September 1931 he, Ike Jensen, Carl Nelson and Ben Hewett were fishing the blocks out of the cooking vat and sending them up to George Collins for Ernest Kimball and Fred Busick to peel, after which they were fed to the big veneer machine; while Roede's and Mrs. Killian's crews took care of the cutting and stacking.  

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Sources: US Census: 1910, 1920, 1930; "Llano Colonist": June 20, 1931, July 11, 1931