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Biography: Joseph J. Albright born 1867

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JOSEPH J. ALBRIGHT

BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY

(1867-aft. 1904)

LEE COUNTY, ALABAMA

 

Joseph J. Albright was born in Lee county, Alabama, in 1867. He was the son of Oswell J. Albright, former sheriff of Lee county, and his wife.

Joseph J. Albright is the youngest child of a large family. He received his education in the public schools of Opelika, and was occupied in various pursuits. In 1886-91, he was a merchant at Luthersville, Georgia. and in 1891-95, he was deputy sheriff to his father in Lee county. He became a cattle ranchman in Texas in 1895-97 and in 1897 was engaged in successful farming in Randolph county, Alabama.

 

SOURCES

  1. Notable Men of Alabama” by Joel Campbell DuBose, published 1904, page 262

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