Julie, Don't know if any of this information will help but here it is. John Albright died ca.1770 (Orphans Court Docket C-30 11/26/1771) Will book B-217 2/15/1770 Children not in order of birth and may not be complete. 1. Anna Maria 1726-1809 buried at Wildasin's church, married Jacob Runkel. a. Johannes Runkel b. ca. 1 Mar 1754 bapt. 24 Mar. sponsor George and Anna Matter. Sherman's (St.Davids) church West Manheim Twp. York Co. Pa.
2.John (named as oldest son in administration papers) probably born ca. 1734
3.John Ernst (administrator of his fathers estate) married Catherine???????. He was a blacksmith in Hanover,Heidleberg Twp. (Elinor Corbin, a researcher in York Co. records gave info that he was a catholic) Land records found: John Ernst Albright to ux Sallomon Himes, book 2A page 239, 1 Dec 1779 Hanover Twp. Known children a.Frederick Albright b-12 May 1761 married Elizabeth Hinkle. b.Henry Albright b-30 Jan 1766 died 19 Dec 1841 married Sarah Hinkle c.John Christian Albright b-13 May 1776 bap 19 Sep 1776 spouse Christina Ruhlheim and Catherine, Church records of Emmanuel Reformed Church, Hanover
4. Margaret b-ca-1728-1739 married Bernard Sterner, a catholic *reference from the journals of Rev. Henry Mulenberg: I then examined 3 young persons, Margaretha, Johannes Albrecht's daughter, who came to this country when she was very young. She was born in the Duchy? of Wurtenberg, grew up among the English people in this country and was neglected. She is 25 years old and is married to a catholic man. 7 Sep 1764.
5. Ferdinand (named in court papers as son)
6. Clara (named in court papers as daug.)
This information comes from Florence Gordon who has since passed away. She was a Albright researcher, I cannot attest to its accuracy, I only gathered it as I have Albright ancestry in York Co. whom I have not placed my ancestor Jacob Albright the Gunsmith with. I may have more on the Albrights that married the Hinkle daughters.