Albert de Vriendt
Albert de Silva
D. G. Albert de Silva (15 June 1915 – 11 April 2009), commonly known as Albert Silva, was a Sri Lankan politician. Elected to the parliament from Galle electorate in 1977, Albert de Silva was a legislator in the J. R. Jayawardene government. He was born on June 15, 1915, and was educated at Mahinda College in Galle. Albert de Silva defeated the former Prime Minister Dr. Wijayananda Dahanayake at the 1977 general election, contesting for the Galle seat. He made a great effort to develop the city of Galle, until he was unseated on an election petition filed by Wijayananda Dahanayake. A by-election was held on December 20, 1979, where Dahanayake won as a United National Party candidate for Galle. Later the government appointed Albert Silva as the member of the parliament for Kamburupitiya electorate in Matara District. He served as the MP for Kamburupitiya until his resignation on February 10, 1983.
Albert de Courville
Albert de Courville (1887–1960) (born in Croydon, England) was a director of theatrical revues, many of which featured the actress and singer Shirley Kellogg, whom he married in June 1913. In the 1930s he turned to making films. His two most famous films, both featuring Jessie Matthews were There Goes the Bride (1932) and The Midshipmaid (1932). He also directed The Wrecker , an adaptation of Arnold Ridley ’s play of the same name, and Seven Sinners (1936).
Albert de Lestang
Albert de Lestang (1884 – 18 November 1959) was a French-Australian botanist. From his North Queensland property, Adel's Grove, de Lestang supplied seeds and plants to botanical gardens around the world. In 1946 he supplied seeds of a rare white-flowered water lily that the botanical world had been chasing since 1852. The seeds were sent to Kew Gardens but forwarded to Texas for propagation. The lily was originally referred to as a form of Nymphaea gigantea but is currently identified as a new species N. carpentariae. The cultivar 'Albert De L'Estang' is thought to be a different species, N. immutabilis.
Albert De Wilton
Major Albert Walter De Wilton (1862–1933) was the fifth British colonial Inspector-General of Police in Ceylon (Sri Lanka).
Albert de Louvain
Albert of Louvain (1166 – 24 November 1192) was a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church and the Prince-Bishop of Liège. He was canonized as a saint on 9 August 1613 and his feast falls on the date of his death.
Albert de la Chapelle
Albert de la Chapelle, MD, Ph.D (born 11 February 1933 in Helsinki, Finland) is a Finnish human geneticist, long-time head of Finland's first Department of Medical Genetics at the University of Helsinki, and presently professor of Human Cancer Genetics at Ohio State University. He is best known for his role in the elucidation of the genetics of hereditary colorectal cancer and Lynch syndrome.
Albert De Bunné
Albert De Bunné (born 16 February 1896, died 1927) was a Belgian cyclist. He won the bronze medal in the Team road race in the 1920 Summer Olympics.
Albert de Vries
Albertus Anthonie (Albert) de Vries (born 10 July 1955) is a Dutch politician. As a member of the Labour Party (Partij van de Arbeid) he was a member of the House of Representatives between 20 September 2012 and 23 March 2017. Previously he was an alderman of the municipality of Middelburg from March 2002 to 1 October 2012.
Albert de Belleroche
Albert de Belleroche, also known as Albert Belleroche, (1864 – 14 July 1944) was a Welsh-born painter and lithographer, who lived most of his childhood and his adulthood in Paris and England. He began as a painter, but at the turn of the century focused on lithography, for which he is most well-known. He was awarded the Chevalier de l’Ordre de Leopold by King Albert I of Belgium in 1933.