There seems to be quite a few Harrison Albin in my ancestry.
My ggg grandfather was Joshua Carmen (J.C.) Albin. This is the info I have. do you agree??
Joshua Carmen b. 8-5-1794 Nelson Co., Near Bordstown Ky. Died 8-11-1873 Livingston Parish, La.married Drucilla Lane Abney b. 12-22-1799 ?? So. Carolina died 8-17-1878 Livingston Parish, La. Both buried Zion Hill Cem., Livingston Parish, La. (both without marker) They married 1-22-1816 Shawneetown, Gallatin, Illinois. Joshua Carmen and Drucilla Abney Albin are believed to have had 7 children. 1. Harrison H. Albin 2. Narcissa Albin 3. Isaac A. "Ike" Albin--my gg grandfather 4. Joseph D. Albin 5. Eliza Jane 6. Benjamin Franklin Albin 7. Martha Melissa
1. Harrison H. Albin b. 3-16-1817 d. 2-10-1912 ma. 1stEliza N. Williams 2ndMargaret Osborne lived in Comanche Cty, Texas--buried in Albin Cementery there.
2.Narcissa Albinb. 5-2-1822 ma. Anderson B. Sibley in Copiah Cty, Miss.7-14-1837Died ??
3.Isaac A. "Ike" Albin- my gg grandfather b. 10-20-1824d. 9-21-1898 Livingston, Parish, La.buried inZion Hill, , Cementery ma. 1st. Bede Strickland 2. Ann Sharkey (Irish Immigrant) 3. Fredonia "Donia" Durbin all three marriages believed to be in Livingston Parish, La. Isaac A. "Ike" is said to be the father of most of today's Livingston Parish ALBINS.
4. Joseph D. Albinb. 4-15-1827 D after 1883ma. MaRY J. Johnson
5. Eliza Jane Albinb. 7-22-1834 D ?? ma. Lionel M. Wainwright 6-3-1851, St. Helena Parish, La.
6. Benjamin Franklin Albin b. 5-22-1841 Mississippid. In New Orleans during the Civil War while serving as a Union Private in Company I(i)?First Reg. Indiana Heavy Artillery.He is buried in the Chalmette National Cemetery. Grave #3936 in section 50. Benjamin Franklin Albin also served for a short time in the Confederate Army prior to joining the Union Army in New Orleans. He ma Barbara Starkey (b. 7-3-1839) on 10-18-1860.Because of this service and death while in the Union Army, Barbara Starkey Albin drew a widow's pension (Certificate No. 101006) until she died on Jan. 26, 1934.
7. Martha Melissa Albin b. 11-18-1843 d. 8-21-1922 ma.1st. George Alvie Tralor 2nd. Louis Schenk
BACK TO NUMBER 4 Isaac A. Ike Albinmy gg grandfather Ma. 1st. Bede Strickland children 1. Joshua C "Josh" Albin 2. Drucilla "Dood" Albin 3. Emily (Aunt Em.) Albin 4. Suzie
Ma. 2nd. Ann Sharkey my gg grandmother children: 1. Missouri Ann Albin 11-22-1862 2. George I. Albin my g grandfather 3. Willis Benjamin Albin 4. George Albin 5. T.C. Albin 6. O.D. Albin 7. Alcess Albin 8. Gladys Albin 9. Adolphus "Dolf" Albin
BACH TO NUMBER #2 George I. Albin my g-grandfather b. 9-11-1866d. about 1911born in Georgeville, Tangipahoe Parish, La. died in Livingston Parish, La. Ma. Ellen Wagner my g-grandmother b. 11-30-1868 d. 9-13-1916 Her parents George Wagner & Emmiline Stewart
children of Georte I. Albin and Ellen Wagner 1. Theodore "Ted" Albin ma. Lula Hoover 2. Harrison Albin ma Rosa ? 3. Ansion Albin Ma Lula Davidson 4. Effie Edna Albin ma Daniel Edward Navo my grandparents 5. Mae Albin ma Luther Lazarus 6. Minnie Albin ma Hilburn Kirkland 7. Nettie Albinnever married 8. Lucy Albin ma ? 9. Maudie Albin ma. Herman Davidson
BACK TO NUMBER #4 Effie Edna Albin ma Daniel Edward "Ned" Navo-my grandparents Effie Edna Albin b. 3-27-1891 Livingston Parishd. 10-30-1976 both Effie and Ned buried at Zoah Bapt Ch Cementery, Hooper Road -Baton Rouge, La. children of Effie Albin and Ned Navo 1. MaryEllen Navo Alleman MY MOTHER 2. Laura Navo Cazes 3. Ruth Elaine Navo-Callender-Knapp-Wallace 4. Thomas Navo
BACK TO NUMBER# 1 Mary Ellen Navo b. 12-24-1913 ma Joseph John Alleman b. 12-11-1910 d. 4-22-1987buried in Baton Rouge, La. children : 1. Anna Mae Alleman ma Connie Ray Hodgeson 2. Dorothy Ann Alleman ma Odis Marvin (ME)Sanders 3. John Edward Alleman ma Carol Calloway 4. Audrey Claire Alleman ma Richard Brown Jr. 5. Charles Thomas Alleman 6. Nolan Michael Alleman ma Bobbie Womack 7. Thelma Allemandied at 18mo old
I did not intend to write so much- I am trying to connect with the other Albins.
I hear from sources that the some of the Albins had American Indian blood.I would be interesting in tracing this. I have also been told the Wagners were of Indian Decent.Any help would be appreciated. Dorothy Ann Alleman Sanders