I will attempt to find Dr. Tom Clark's letter regarding records (including the early membership list) that one of the former minister's of the N.K.'s Six Principles Baptist Church took to Canada with him, after leaving this church. At one time there was a law suit regarding their return. However, I do not know the status of this suit.
Thank you for the information regarding Samuel and Alice Albro being buried at the Six Principles Church. Actually, I've been to this church and the cemetery, but was looking for Moon's and not Albro's. Also, the monuments for Samuel and Alis Albro that you mentioned are further listed in Althea H. McAleer's, Graveyards of North Kingstwon, Rhode Island, page 19.
During my last trip to Rhode Island I spent a few days in the Exeter Town Hall, reviewing about 20 volumes of land evidence, Town Meeting/Council records, birth marriage and death books, etc. Thus far I've compiled a 35 page abstract of my findings, primarily concerning Moons, but the abstract also included information on the Albro, Sweet and Spencer families.If your interested, please email me and I'll send the abstract. Vol. 1 of Birth Marriage Death (1742-1818)at page 202 happened to included the following list of Samuel and Alis Albro's children: 1)John Albro born April 16, 1739 2)Alis Albro born February 19, 1743 3)Thomas Albro born July 28, 1745 4)Samuel Albro born October 12, 1749 5)Martin Albro born February 2, 1752
Just thought you would be interested. So tell me, how does Nathaniel Potter and the Lawton's connect to the Albro's of Rhode Island?