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Andrea Alber M. (#47200179)
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Fred H. Alber
I just sent you a second email. Hopefully, this one will go through. I have written Fred Alber in the email subject line. I made some corrections so if the first email does eventually show up you can ignore it. The subject line in the first email was Fred H. Alber. - Nancy
Added by ncat on Nov 19, 2009 11:26 AM
Fred H. Alber
Hello Andrea,

I sent the email. Let me know if you received it or if you need any more information.
Added by ncat on Nov 18, 2009 11:12 AM
Kevin & Georgetta
All the Albers that we found are in section J just not the same row or plots. Louis & Margaret are in section D. We only walked through section D & J , this is a large cemetery. We can call tomorrow if you would like to see if there are any other Albers in the other sections.

Let us know
Kevin & Georgetta
Added by Kevin & Georgetta on Nov 16, 2009 5:45 PM
Fred H. Alber
You're welcome, Andrea I will be sending you an email with some details soon.
Added by ncat on Nov 13, 2009 1:57 PM
Louis & Margaret
No problem. Yes, I added the pictures. I am ncat. Louis F. Alber and Margaret McCarthy are my great grandparents. They married in 1897 in Michigan and had four children: Daniel, John, Fred and Josie Alber. There were also two step-children: Peter and Helena Mooney from Margaret's first marriage. Margaret was Louis's second wife. He was first married to Ella Lathrop in 1876 in Michigan. Louis and Ella had three children: Clara, Luella and Charles Alber. After the divorce, Ella and the children moved to California. Those are the basics. If you need anything specific, let me know. I looked through my records but the name Robert L. Alber does not appear anyway. - Nancy
Added by ncat on Nov 12, 2009 10:39 PM
RE: Alber Family
Hello, Andrea. Are you inquiring about the Frederick Alber who died in 1913 and is buried in Oregon Township Cemetery? If so, unfortunately I have no information on him. The Frederic Alber who is buried in Fairview Cemetery had only two sons that I am aware of - Ludwig (Louis) Frederic Alber and Christian (Charley) Alber. Let me know if you need more information on either of them.
The photos on the site come from various sources. The user name of the person who added the photo is usually posted directly under the photo. You can request a gravestone photo by clicking on the "Request A Photo" button at the bottom of the memorial page. If you're lucky, a photo volunteer who lives near that cemetery will take the picture and then post it on the memorial page or email it directly to you. You can also add your own memorials. If you click on "Help with Find A Grave" under the Actions section of the site you'll get more detailed information. I hope this helps. Nancy
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Added by ncat on Nov 11, 2009 12:27 PM

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