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Were You at The 1977 Reunion?

Recordings from the Redd reunion in Monticello, Utah will bring to life the children of Lemuel Hardison Redd. Come hear the voice of the author of The Utah Redds and Their Progenitors,  Lura Redd, tell about her father William Alexander Redd. Learn about all of the children of Lemuel, Keziah and Sariah at the Redd reunion in New Harmony September 3, 2011.

Check your memory, how many of these Redds do you recognize?

Get Ready, Get Set, Play
 Want a fun way to get family members ready for September's Redd reunion? Build interest by playing Family Village and explore family history while building an online community. The game uses census records, newspaper articles and other verified data so while you play and build momentum in the game you'll be learning about your Redd ancestors at the same time and accessing real data that will help us build our family history. There will be prizes at the family reunion for the person that has garnered the most information about the Redds from this exciting new way to get interested family history research.

One Family Village player traced her roots to Ulysses S. Grant as well as several early LDS chruch leaders

A Side Trip to See Lemuel Redd's Rifle 

Just off Interstate 15 in Southern Utah is the town of Parowan.  While never the home of Lemuel & Keziah Redd, artifacts from their lives can be seen at the historic Old Rock Church Museum of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers on 90 S. Main in Parowan City Square. Read more.


  L-R Keziah's nightgown, Lemuel's rifle and     outfit made by Keziah for son John Wilson

    Parowan DUP Museum 
Open Memorial Day to Labor Day, Mon.-Sat.1:00PM-5:00PM and by appointment;
free admission 435-477-3549 or 435-477-1281

Don't be the Missing Person in the 2011 Redd Reunion

Register online at for the September 3 Redd reunion. This is for all descendents of Lemuel, Keziah and Sariah but also Lemuel's siblings.

The reunion is free and will include a full day of fun activities on Saturday.
For your convenience you can order a lunch for $5.00 online or bring your own. There are campgrounds and hotels nearby in Cedar City, Zion's or St. George.


After you return home this reminder of who you are will stay with you if you get t-shirts. Order them now online at

St. George Temple Session

Join us for a day in the St. George temple. Bring names you have found or contact Alma Mendenhall.   Alma, a descendent of William Alexander Redd, lives in Canada and is making the trek to the reunion. She will be glad to reserve a name from her genealogical efforts.

Where to Stay

There are no hotels or campgrounds that we are aware of in New Harmony, but there are many options nearby.

Cedar City is about 30 minutes away from New Harmony and 
St. George is about 50 minutes. Beautiful Zion National Park  also has many options for inns or campgrounds.

Cedar City Hotels

ampgrounds near New Harmony

 Zion Ponderosa Ranch Resort

Clear Creek Family Ranch at Zion National Park

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