Albrigt, Albregt, Aalbregt... & Van Kleef

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About Albrigt, Albregt, Aalbregt... & Van Kleef
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This site aims to put flesh on the bones of the Albrigt family who arrived in 
Birmingham at the start of the twentieth century from Holland via Essex and 

It was generally believed that the Albrigt's or Albregt's hailed from Germany 
but data from UK censuses from 1881 through to 1901 appear to disprove this 

The Aalbregt's of the late 1800s continued to Anglicise the name 
until 'Albrigt' appeared on general registration data at some point around the 
First World War.

... Strange however, the skeletons one finds in one's closet!  It turns out 
that our Albrigt's descended not from Hugo Aalbregt (who turns out to be great 
grandfather Adolphe's adoptive father) but from Johannes Van Kleef and Johanna 
Van Rooijen.  The Van Rooijen's were a wealthy family of Merchants from 
Rotterdam who possibly helped pay for the passage of Johanna and her 4 youngest 
children to London after her divorce from Van Kleef (and a possible 
indiscretion with Hugo perhaps?)
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