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Hebert Genealogy & History

Hebert is a French name derived from Old German "hari", meaning army, and "behrt", meaning illustrious. Saint Haribert, Archbishop of Cologne in 1100, had popularized Hebert as a given name among the French nobility. Hebert family history begins in Normandy, where they were seigneurs (lords) of Beauvoir and Plaigniere, having been given land there by King Richard of England in the late 12th century; many Heberts subsequently returned to England in the 15th century. Name variations in Hebert genealogy include Harbelot, Harbert, Herbot, and the German Heber. The first permanent settler in Canada was Louis Hebert, an emigrant from London to Quebec in 1604.

Hebert Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Arlene Hebert-- --, 1918June ,1982MA
Barbara Hebert-- --, 1928July 22,2008ME
C Roy Hebert-- --, 1919March 14,2002LA
D Lorraine Hebert-- --, 1922April ,1985CA

Hebert Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Leo Hebert-- --, 1914May ,1980Blackduck,MN
F J Hebert-- --, 1927September 4,2009Walbridge,OH
Gabalus Hebert-- --, 1900June ,1968Lafayette,LA
Hadley Hebert-- --, 1935December 23,2008Broussard,LA

Hebert Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Stephen HebertHarriet MartinJune 4,1966Wake, NC
Norman HebertDell BeasleyMay 21,1983Wake, NC
Paul HebertPearl AdamsJuly 23,1988Wake, NC
John HebertKatherine HalseyJune 15,1991Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Hebert

653rd: Gentry654th: Winters
655th: O'Neal656th: Case
657th: Blackwell658th: Huber
659th: Bender660th: O'Connell
661st: Santos662nd: Prince

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