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Albert Genealogy & History

Albert was a very popular name in the Middle Ages in Europe. The surname derives from the Saxon personal name "Aethel-berht" whose two parts mean noble and bright (famous). In ancient Albert family history, Ethelbert (King of Kent 860-866 AD) purportedly descended from the Saxon invaders of the 4th century. In the 1200s, theologian St. Albert the Great tutored Thomas Aquinas. Throughout the English and Hungarian empires, variations include Alburtus, Alberti, Aubert, Alberd, Allbrecht, and the related patronymic Alberts and Albertson; the standardized Albert is relatively modern. American Albert genealogy includes Frenchmen to Quebec in 1664 and Englishmen to Virginia in the 1650s.

Albert Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Ray Albert-- --, 1922June 30,2001IL
Babette Albert-- --, 1888January ,1972NY
Calvin Albert-- --, 1918June 4,2007MI
Dagny Albert-- --, 1904March 14,2003MO

Albert Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Hazel Albert-- --, 1916June 10,2007Mcminnville,OR
Fae Albert-- --, 1907May ,1981Lapaz,IN
G Ralph Albert-- --, 1916July 1,2008Staffordsville,VA
H Kenneth Albert-- --, 1913December 13,2003Princeton Junction,NJ

Albert Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
David AlbertAlice OttenMarch 26,1994Wake, NC
John AlbertNydia CintronDecember 4,1948Wake, NC
Zachary AlbertJamie CrooksNovember 17,2001WARREN, OH
William AlbertCheryl ZeiglerJuly 5,1980Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Albert

877th: Flanagan878th: Forbes
879th: Lyon880th: Haney
881st: O'Neil882nd: Riddle
883rd: Shoemaker884th: Bray
885th: Goff886th: Delaney

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