I can fill in a few of the blanks, although like you, for several of the wives I have first names only.Additional information I have that you didn't list is below.
4.Ralph Albritton 1656 - 1701, m Mary Wooten, b abt 1660 Isle of Wight Co, VA, d Abt 1710 York Co, VA 5.Thomas Albritton b 1705 - 1769, m Elizabeth LANIER b 1709 Surry Co, VA, d 1744 Beaufort Co, NC 8.Peter Albritton b: January 02, 1776 d Abt 1835 in Jefferson Co, FL m Harriet ?? b Abt 1775 Pitt Co, NC d abt 1827 Washington Co, GA Note on Peter:Shortly after selling his land in NC on Feb 15, 1804, Peter moved his family to Washington County, Georgia.Peter was in Washington County in 1814 when he was elected Captain of the local Militia.This occurred on April 14, 1814.Captain Peter Albritton left Washington County about 1825 together with his sons Asa, Amos and Moses plus their families and moved to Jefferson County, Florida just across the Florida-Georgia Line traveling south via the Coffee Road through Lowndes and Thomas Counties.The 1830 census of Jefferson County, Florida shows Peter, Asa and Amo living side by side. Peter's wife, Harriet, had apparently died prior to the 1830 census.Peter died about 1835 in Jefferson County and shortly thereafter his sons moved back to Georgia, settling in Randolph County.
9.Asa Albritton, 1797 - 1880, m Elizabeth Williams b 1802 NC, d bet. 1797 - 1880 Morris, Quitman Co, GA 10.Alice Jane Albritton, d 22 Jun 1904 in Clayton, Barbour Co, AL