I am researching a Benjamin and Elizabeth Albro. Benjamin R married Elizabeth unk (Dodge?), born in 1814 in Maine. Elizabeth died in NY City or Northumberland? Married 1831. Ancestors may have lived in Nova Scotia. I have this information: Benjamin R Albro (Benjamin1), born abt 1808 in Rhode Island.
Benjamin Albro 1840 Census NYC NY NY NYC 1808 Benjamin Albro 1850 Census NYC NY NY NYC 1808 born in RI s/o 1775Benjamin wife Elizabeth born 1814 in Maine, grocer Benjamin Albro 1860 Census NYC NY NY NYC 1808 no wife died 1855? grocer real estate $14,000 Benjamin Albro 1870 Census NYC NY NY NYC 1808 2 Benj's son Abram
May be son of 1775Benjamin.
Time Magazine 1924 Died. Frank Tilford, 71, President of Park & Tilford, famed grocers; in Florida, after a long illness. He was the youngest son of John M. Tilford, who, in 1835, with the assistance of a fellow clerk, Joseph Park, left the famed grocer Benjamin Albro, to "organize a little shop of their own." Frank entered the business at an early age, succeeded Hobart J. Park in 1906 as President and Treasurer. In 1923 he sold the business to David A. Schulte, head of the Schulte Retail (Cigar) Stores Co.
Deeds: 1831 (7/23) Asa Collins (s-in-law, married to Betsey Albro) sold to Benjamin Albro (both of Northumberland) for $400 the lot on which the said Asa Collins now resides. “Hereditments” Deed Book V, p 37. 1834 (7/9) Joseph Watson & wife Lavina sold 100 acres in Northumberland to Benjamin R Albro and Richard B Albro for $1600. The property was on the west Bank of the Hudson River being the northeast corner of Lot #1 of the subdivision of Lot 13 in the nineteenth allotment of the Kayaderossas Patent. Neighbor of David Craig. Deed Book Y p 516. This deed was filed 10/1/1834, the same day as this deed from 1833 (3/14): James and Sally Riley of Northumberland sold to Benjamin Albro (Sr. or Jr.?) of Northumberland for $675 a lot recorded as Letter D in Lot number 1 of subdivision of Lot #13 of the nineteenth allotment of Kayaderossas Patent. Deed Book Y page 517. 1834 (7/10) Joseph Watson sold to Benjamin Albro (both of Northumberland) for $278 land “in his actual possession.” Deed Book Z p 5. Recorded 10/16/1834. 1835 Benjamin R Albro & wife Elizabeth of the City of New York Quit Claimed to Richard B Albro of the City of New York for $800 (Richard B was “in actual possession.”) the lands in Northumberland on the west bank of the Hudson River, about 100 acres, being in the northeast corner of the subdivision of Lot # thirteen in the Nineteenth Allotment of the Kayaderossas Patent. “Herediment” is in there. A neighbor was David Craigg. Deed Book AA p 188.
Benjamin R married Elizabeth unk, 112. Born in 1814 in Maine. Elizabeth died in NY City or Northumberland? Does anyone have information? Martha Eberle email@example.com