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Frederick L Albright
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Birth: Apr. 14, 1867
Death: Mar. 25, 1903

from FAG member James Faasen:
He was born 14 Apr 1867 in Tioga County, New York, USA

Here is a published bio
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Biographical and historical memoirs of Adams, Clay, Webster and Nuckolls
counties, Nebraska, comprising a condensed history of the state, a number of
biographies of distinguished citizens of the same, a descriptive history of each
of the counties mentioned, and numerous biographical sketches of the citizens of
such counties .. (1890)

HISTORY OF NEBRASKA

CLAY COUNTY

Fred Lane Albright, the only child of Joseph H. Albright, unlike the majority of
boys, early appreciated the advantages of an education, and eagerly sought for
such knowledge as would enable him to enter a profession. While his parents were
struggling to recover from the shocks of adversity, and while yet but a boy, he
had determined to secure an education, and with this end in view he attended the
district school during the winter, and aided his father on the farm during the
summer months. This he continued until September, 1883, when he entered the
Harvard High School, pursuing his studies faithfully until the spring of 1884,
when sickness caused him to give up school until the fall. During the summer of
1884 he aided his father in farming, and in September again entered school,
riding horseback to and from his home mornings and evenings, a distance of four
miles, during the fall and winter, and in the spring walked the same distance.
The following summer he again worked on his father's farm, and in the fall
worked for different parties in order to obtain the necessary funds to pay his
board nearer the school, and he then renewed his studies with double vigor. From
this school he graduated on June 25, 1886, and during the summer of that year
worked out. The same year he entered the law office of Dilworth, Smith &
Dilworth, of Hastings, Neb., and began his legal studies, where he continued to
remain for several months, his means then becoming exhausted. This year he tried
a new plan and engaged in farming for himself, and by the aid of his father he
was enabled to purchase an outfit, consisting of a team and wagon, and with the
use of his father's farming implements began tilling the soil in earnest. He
pursued his legal studies during the evenings and mornings throughout the
summer, working hard during the day, and a fine crop was the result of his
summer's toil. With the products of this new enterprise he was again enabled to
enter school, and in September, 1887, entered the law department of the
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Ind.; and there remained throughout the
scholastic year. In June, 1888, he returned home and resumed farming, and in
December of that year, with what he had earned and with the assistance of his
father, he returned to school and became a member of the class that graduated
June 20, 1889. During the summer of 1889 he tilled the soil, but in the fall
entered into partnership with a brother lawyer, J. C. Hartigan, of Hastings, and
they at once opened an office in Harvard under the firm name of Hartigan &
Albright. Mr. Albright was admitted to the Hastings bar October 18, 1889, aud
although but twenty-two years of age, the firm with whom he first began the
practice of law, as a member, and with whom he is still connected, has by his
untiring efforts and diligence, obtained an excellent legal practice in all the
State and Federal courts. Mr. Albright's heart is in his profession, and he has
a most exalted respect for its conscientious and honorable followers. He is
upright, honorable and just in all matters concerning his profession, and is
winning golden opinions for himself as a young man of more than ordinary legal
acumen.
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Joseph Hamilton Albright (1838 - 1895)
  Percy M Lane Albright (1842 - 1919)
 
Inscription:
Son of Mrs Percy M Albright
 
Burial:
Mount Pleasant Cemetery
Seattle
King County
Washington, USA
Plot:
 
Created by: Carolyn Farnum
Record added: Feb 11, 2001
Find A Grave Memorial# 5203746
Frederick L Albright
Added by: Matthew Brewster
 
Frederick L Albright
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Added by: Dorothy Peterson Kunz
 
 
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- Carolyn Farnum
 Added: Jul. 1, 2010
 
 
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