I last heard from Chuck in June, 2007 and learned this past March that he passed away December 7, 2008, in FL. We have lost a nice man and great helpmate.
As to your question:This may be your line from the R.S. Albee book published 1920, Wash D.C. Page 170
Starts with #10 and no idea how to get back to Benjamin Alby/Albee #1 from England c. 1637.
#10 Samuel Albee, shoemaker, b. Northbridge, MA 6/10/1782; d. Bucksport, ME. 9/28/1866; m. Friendhsip, ME, Deborah Davis b. there 12 ---1791, d. Bucksport 10/19/1866.Ten children: #3 Edward Card Albee, Shoemaker, Blacksmith, b. Friendship, ME 1824 d. Bloomington, IL 1894; m. Bucksport, ME, Elmina Griffin b. Vinalhaven, ME 11/27/1823 d. Chicago, IL 2/3/1914;m. 2) ?--- Ten children [Seven shown] #1 Edward Samuel b. Bangor, ME 2/19/1844 #2 Mary E. b. Belfast, ME c. 1845 #3 Emeratta Frances b. Warren, MA 6/1/1850 #3 son, died at birth 1/1/1850 nameless #5 JAMES MC. b. Brookfield, MA 6/20/1855, removed to Chatsworth, IL 1917; did not answer letter written 1/21/1919; m. --- removed to Chatsworth, 1917.He has had five children. #6 George William, farmer, b. Brookfield 10/13/1855, removed to Whitehall, MI unmarried #7 Alvin B. b. Brookfield 5/24/1959d. before 1916
This is subject to review - many census takers could barely spell.I guess you could look at the vital records of states but I don't know how to do that.