I have the following info.You may have it already. James B. Albin b. about 1820 in Kentucky ma Elizabeth Abney b. 1807 So Carolina. married 12-24-1832. It was performed by Justice of the Peace, J.D. Abney. in Hinds County,Miss. Elizabeth Abney was previously married to Elisha D. Jackson on 12-22-1826 in Warren County, Miss. children of James B. Albin & Elizabeth Abney were: 1. Elizabeth "Lizzie" F. Albin b. 1839 d. about 1914ma. Daniel "Dan" Moran -no children- buried Zion Hill Bapt Cemetery, Livingston Parish La. 2. Susan Albin b. 1844d. about 1918 ma. ? Chandler 3. James "Jim" Howard Albin b. 3-1846 in Miss. d. 1914 buried Zion Hill Cem. Livingston, Parish, La. never married 4. William "Bill" J. Albin b. 1848 in Miss. died young-never married
5. JOHN A (ABNEY) Albin b. 1852in Miss. d 1931 Married 1st.Emma Durbin 1877 2nd. ? Finall 3rd. SARAH R. "DOLLY' GILL B 1855D 1932 John A. Albin and Sarah R. "Dolly" Gill Albin had four children : 1. Rev Allie O. Albin 2. Cora A.Albin 3. Lillie M. Albin 4. Ida B. Albin John, Dolly and three of their children--Allie, Cora and Lillie are buried at the New Beulah Cemetery at Baptist, Louisiana.
I hope this helps a little-- also John A. Albin was known as "Rooster" John Albin in order to differentiate him from the other John Albins "Blue John and "Hammond" John. I got this info from an article typed by Clark Forrest Jr.. Holden, La.