Albert, Henry

Albert,

Henry, U.S. physician, 1878-1930.
Albert stain - a stain for diphtheria bacilli.
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He was pre-deceased by five brothers; Albert, Henry, Paul, Donat "Bobby", Delano "Del" Frigon, and five sisters; Blanch Johnson, Evelyn Salvatore, Irene Higgins, Doris Cournoyer and Theresa Frigon.
GRAND OCCASION Edward VII and Alexandra, with grandchildren Mary, Albert, Henry and Edward circa 1906
My late dad, who was John Cooke, also had brothers Albert, Henry, Walter and a sister.
The ceremony was reminiscent of the vigil mounted for George V, some 66 years ago, in the medieval setting of Westminster Hall, when his sons - Edward, Albert, Henry and George - stood guard around the late King's coffin.
The vigil by Charles, Andrew, Edward and David Linley was reminiscent of another royal vigil on the same spot for King George V in 1936 by his sons Edward, Albert, Henry and George.
The ceremony is reminiscent of the vigil mounted for George V, 66 years ago, in the mediaeval setting of Westminster Hall, when his sons - Edward, Albert, Henry and George - stood guard around the late King's coffin.
The ceremony is reminiscent of the vigil mounted for George V, some 66 years ago, in the medieval setting of Westminster Hall, when his sons - Edward, Albert, Henry and George - stood guard around the late King's coffin.
The ceremony is reminiscent of the vigil mounted for George V, 66 years ago, in the medieval setting of Westminster Hall, when his sons - Edward, Albert, Henry and George - stood guard around the late King's coffin.
She is predeceased by three daughters, Mary Patriaca, Beverly Eluziairo and Sheila Richards; four brothers, Albert, Henry, Daniel and Francis Cormier; four sisters, Sr.
The ceremony is reminiscent of the vigil mounted for George V, some 66 years ago, in the medieval setting of Westminster Hall, when his sons, Edward, Albert, Henry and George, stood guard around the late King's coffin.
The poignant ceremony will be reminiscent of the vigil mounted for George V in 1936, on the same spot in Westminster Hall, when his sons, Edward, Albert, Henry and George, stood solemnly at the late King's coffin.
He was predeceased by his parents, Pierre and Sylvina (Valliere) Gosselin; eight sisters: Yvonne Couseault, Maria Tremblay, Amanda Mathieu, Roseanna Laverdiere, Marieange Dutil, and Germaine Royer, all of Canada and Alice Caya and Edith Nero, both of Northbridge; and eight brothers: Emilien Gosselin of Canada, and Alphonse, Albert, Henry, Leonard, Antonio, Fernand, and Gerard Gosselin, all of Northbridge.