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Albins in St. Louis, MO and from Attala County, MS
Posted by: Randal Hansen (ID *****4318) Date: September 10, 2010 at 13:39:48
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Hello,

I am researching David Albin (b.~1815 in Ireland d.1871 in MS?), and his wife Mary Waugh (b.~1871, d. 1895 in MS). They are my 3rd great-grandparents.

Their son, Dr. Robert Albin (b. 1849, d. 1892), had nine other brothers.

Samuel Albin (1844-1871)
William Albin (1847-1847)
William Adam Albin (1854-1907)
John Henry Albin (1856-1918) married Gertrude Crabtree in 1888
Edward Roby Albin (1858-1922) married Margaret Ruby Roosevelt in 1888
Joseph James Albin (1858-?) Twin to Edward Roby
Jefferson David Albin (1861 - ?)
Hugh Albin (1864-1844)
Thomas George Albin (1867-1940) married Selena Pickering in 1895

I have quite a bit of info including a copy of the Albin Family Bible showing many dates and names of births, marriages, and deaths. Most of this came from my aunt who has been researching family history since the 1970's.

Census records show them living Attala County, MS and some of them moving to St. Louis, MO.

I would like to find others who share this ancestry and might have more info about this family. I'd really like to find more pictures. I've traced what I can back to David Albin in Ireland but all that I can find out is that his son Robert was born in Armagh.


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