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James Frederick "Jamie" Albert, III
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Birth: 1807
Death: Dec. 25, 1881
Giles County
Virginia, USA

Children of James Frederick Albert and Elizabeth Ann Williams
John Ballard Albert+ b. c 1830
William A. Albert+ b.Sept 1829 Sinking Creek, Giles Co. VA.
Clementine Albert+ b. c 1832
Sarah Isabelle Albert b. Jun 1834, d. 1903
Amanda Ellen Albert b. c 1836
Jacob Allen Albert+ b. c 1838, d. 1923
George A. Albert+ b. 27 Jan 1840
James Leroy Albert+ b. 25 Dec 1842, Giles Co. VA.
Nancy Jane Albert b. c 1844
Harvey Milton Albert+ b. 10 Apr 1846, d. 11 Jul 1931 Margaret Albert+ b. 1848, d. 1896

Settled on Doe Creek in Giles Co. with wife Elizabethann "Betsy" Williams dau. of John Stafford Williams and Mary "Polly" or "Pollie" Griffith. First buried in Webb family Cemetery in the New River Horseshoe bottom of Pulaski Virginia During WWII the Gov. acquired the Horseshoe lands for the building of the Radford Arsenal, and Jamie and Elizabeth and the rest of the Alberts were reburied behind Harvey Milton's homestead on the hill with an entrance to the graveyard on Rt. 652, in Longshop (Blacksburg postal code) Virginia in Montgomery county.
"Mountain Lake" as it is now known, was only a small pond in the center of a
deep hollow, into which flowed several springs. The following account if from Elisabeth Williams
Albert wife of James Frederick Albert II: When my husband James Frederick Albert was
courting me (before 1827 when married) he told me the following account. His family lived near
there and he would follow the narrow mt. trail down into the depression where there was a small
pond where he would place salt for the families cattle that ranged the mountain and came there for
water. This is how the Mountain became Salt Pond Mountain and the lake was called Salt Pond by
early settlers."
Family links: 
  Jacob Allen Albert (1757 - 1856)
  Elizabeth Williams Albert (1803 - 1905)*
  Sarah Isabell Albert (1834 - 1903)*
  Harvey Milton Albert (1846 - 1931)*
*Calculated relationship
Albert Family Cemetery (H.M.)
Montgomery County
Virginia, USA
Maintained by: Lesli Wall
Originally Created by: RG3
Record added: Jan 07, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 103219368
James Frederick Jamie Albert, III
Added by: Lesli Wall
James Frederick Jamie Albert, III
Added by: RG3
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 Added: Dec. 10, 2013

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