There was flour mill in Wenatchee, Washington in the early 1900's whose founder and first president was Rayburn Albin a wheat grower in Douglas County. The Albin family had three homesteads in Douglas County where they grew wheat on their 480 acres. Wenatchee is across the Columbia River from Douglas County in central eastern Washington. Rayburn was the son of Joshua James (Jasper) Albin. This branch of the Albins moved from Comanche, Texas to Washington state around 1887-8. Joshua's father was Harrison Wiley Albin and grandfather was Joshua Carmen Albin. If this is the family you are looking for I have a lot of information on them. Joshua James Albin was my wife's GF. He died in Prosser, WA in 1936 and is buried in Wenatchee. I have a lot of information on him and his family including Rayburn. I hope this helps. I will share whatever I have including many family records and photographs from the mid 1880's to present. Ed R
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