In trying to find relationships between the Albro's in Jackson County it would appear that Charles Albro was the son of Daniel and Amelia Albro living in Springport in 1850.Daniel is missing in the 1870 census.Charles still shows in the 1880 census in Parma.His brother Marion is nearby in Sandstone twp. Daniel's father would appear to be William Albro, age 52, living next to Daniel in the 1850 census. The full accounting would look like this:
William Albro b. about 1798, w. Anna b. about 1798 +James Albro b. about 1820 w. Francis b. about 1829 ++William Albro b. about 1849, w. Caroline Kimball 6/4/1873 +Daniel Albro b. about 1822 w. Amelia b. about 1832 ++Ada Albro b. 1851 ++Marion Albro b. 1852 w. Dell M. b. about 1856 ++Charles Albro b. 1855 w. Carrie b. about 1858 +Elsa Albro b. 1826, w. Norman Salisbury 2/22/1868 in Clinton County +Francis Albro (female) b. 1828 +Jonathan Albro b. 1831, w. Lillah S. Rogers 2/18/1863 in Clinton County, mvoed to Ionia County by 1870, moved to Manistee County by 1880. ++Nellie May Albro b. 1865, w. John A. Rogers ++Mirtle Blanch Albro b. 1868 ++son yet unnamed at 1 month b. 1880 +Mary Albro b. 1834 +Lydia Albro b. 1840
William and Anna moved to Clinton County by 1870.Francis and Lydia were still living with them. Census records for Jonathan state that his father was born in Vermont.