• Justin Albert

    Justin Thomas Albert (born 19 February 1965) is the Director for Wales of the National Trust , Executive Director and Trustee of the International National Trust Organization (INTO) advisor to the Minister for Economy and Transport, Vice President of Hay Festival and Member of the Hay Festival Council. He is also a Director and Trustee of Michael Morphurgo's Farms For City Children charity, as well as being appointed Director and Trustee for the Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies.

  • Albert Jewell

    Albert Jewell

    Albert Jewell was an early US aviator who disappeared off Long Island, New York, on October 13, 1913, en route to Oakwood, Staten Island, in order to take part in the New York Times American Aerial Derby. No confirmed trace of Jewell or his aircraft was ever recovered. At the time, the press compared his likely fate to that of Cecil Grace and Edouard Jean Bague, who disappeared during flights over water (in December 1910 and June 1911 respectively).

  • Albert Joseph Wallace

    Albert Joseph Wallace

    Albert Joseph Wallace (February 11, 1853 – February 23, 1939) was a member of the Los Angeles, California, City Council in 1907–09 and lieutenant governor of California in 1910–14.

  • John Albert Mathews

    John Albert "Monster" Mathews (born September 30, 1951 in Wichita, Kansas) is an American former competitive rower, U.S. Olympian and Pan American. He was a member of the 1975 World Championship Team to Nottingham, England, where he placed fifth in the coxed pair. Mathews was also a member of the U.S. Olympic Team competing in the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal in the men's coxed pair event.

  • John Albert Bullbrook

    John Albert Bullbrook (1882–1967; born in the Medway area in what was then Kent in South-East England ) was an author, archaeologist and archaeological historian, who went to Trinidad in 1913 as a petroleum geologist. He began his archaeological career in 1919, pioneering the search on the indigenous population of Trinidad.

  • John Albert Sexsmith

    John Albert Sexsmith (April 22, 1866 – February 6, 1943) was a farmer and political figure in Ontario, Canada. He represented Peterborough East in the House of Commons of Canada from 1908 to 1917 as a Conservative and from 1917 to 1921 as a Unionist Party member.

  • James Albert Faulkner

    James Albert Faulkner, MD (October 7, 1877 – April 27, 1944) was a Canadian medical practitioner, public servant and a cabinet Minister in the Ontario government.

  • James Albert Cross

    James Albert Cross, DSO, QC (December 11, 1876 – March 1, 1952 ) was a lawyer and political figure in Saskatchewan. He was a soldier's representative in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan from 1917 to 1921, then represented Regina City from 1921 to 1925 and Willow Bunch from 1925 to 1929 in the Saskatchewan assembly as a Liberal.

  • John Albert Ewart

    John Albert Ewart (1872–1964) was a Canadian architect and son of Chief Dominion Architect David Ewart.

  • Stanley Albert Joseph

    Stanley "Bunny" Albert Joseph (April 28, 1928 – March 21, 2001) was a Canadian amateur box lacrosse goaltender. A member of the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame, Bunny was the winner of three Mann Cup national championships over the span of a 25-year career. He is known for his unorthodox goaltending style and longevity as an elite goaltender in the sport. At the time of his death he was a highly respected elder of the Squamish Nation in North Vancouver.

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