Even if they are near matches, you run into the problem of a common haplogroup in which there can be random close matches. You would also need to eliminate the possibility that the father was another family member or even from a collateral line.
You might want to consider autosomal testing. This would tell you how closely you are related and would allow you to test women. However, you cannot tell which lineage has the common ancestor. The mother might have been a member of the family. But, at least, it would give you a connection.
From what I understand of the lineage, your uncle seems to be only removed from Albert by four generations.
If the other person is 5 generations away, your uncle and he would be third cousins once removed. This is a little bit outside the accuracy range (3rd cousins), but it might be worth it. It would be better to find a closer cousin. The test also gives ranges, so you would want to test as many family members as possible.
You can use the test at 23andMe or Family Finder at FTDNA.