Diane Anderson,The David Albro you mention is also my great gransfather. He was born in 1829 in New York, NY his father was from Rhode Island and his mother was from New York State. Sometime in the late 1850's he left (according to my old aunts) Iowa and traveled to Missouri and eventually joined a wagon train headed west.In 1859 He married Elizabeth Fetters (with an "s") who was born in 1839 in Indiana (mother born in Pennsylvania).My grandfather Arthur Albro was born in the back of a covered wagon in 1862 somewhere in Northern California.They then settled at the next settlement (where ever that was in California)and started their family.The had 8 children total: Arthur ( M -Cal 1862), John (M- Cal 1865), George (M - Cal 1866), Edney (F - Cal 1868), Norman (M- Cal 1870), Caroline (F- Or 1872) Evy (F- Or 1876), and Vilelia (F- Or 1879)It appears that they moved to the Canyonville, Or area about 1870-1872. Arthur Albro (My grandfather) married Mary D.(MI) (Last name unknown)in 1889. Mary was Born in Oregon in 1872, her father was from Illinois and her mother was from Iowa. Mary went by the nickname of Mollie.All togehter Arthur and Mary had 10 children, my aunts and uncles: Amy A. (1890), Gracie G. (1893), Earl E. (1895) (Earl died on the WWII Batan death march), Orion David (1896) (shot by a bootlegger), Mona (1904)(she died in 1920 at age 16 from scarlet fever),there were two other small children, one died at birth, and the other died very young.One may have been born before Mona. Thelma was born in 1907, and twin Boys Roy (my father),and Ray on December 16, 1910.The children were all born in Oregon around Grants Pass/ Canyonville.Arthur repaired wagons and found that he was better at the wood working than the metal work, eventually he became a cabinet maker.Sometime after the boys were born in 1910 and prior to 1920 the family moved to Seattle where Arthure worked on the remodeling of Fort Lawton (Now Discovery Park).Some of the cabinet work he made was still there in the 1950's according to my Aunt Amy.Arthur had a home on the north end of Boeing Field.The road that led to his home stillbears his name,"Albro Place".Arther died on April 18 1925 and is buried in Seattle.Mary (his widow) went to live with her daughter , Thelma Jamesion,in Portland until her death in October or November 1939.Roy died on December 17,1983 and Ray died 2 weeks later at his home in Coos Bay, Or.They were the last.