Despite the long time between the message above and today, I would like to reply to it. Unfortunately, I have found the message now. Now, first to your chart:
Descendants of Johann Heinrich Subern Albers. The persons listed in the charts are to be found in the registers of the Wallenhorst parish. The person who is named first in your chart, Johann Heinrich (Jim Garner -102), was born on the Hof to Subern (Farm to Subern) in farming community Pye in the parish of Wallenhorst (near Osnabrück) on 28 August 1736 . I would like to add two generations to the chart: Albert to Suvern born: 08.11.1665 in Pye died: 27.12.1726 in Pye married 18.10.1701 in Wallenhorst Anna Große Siebenbürgen
Joan (Johann) Bernd to Subern born: 22.02.1702 in Pye died: 02.01.1762 in Pye first marriage: 04.11.1731 in Wallenhorst Anna Regina Riepenhoff born: 25.07.1706 died between August and October 1735 second marriage: 30.10.1735 in Wallenhorst
Anna Catharina Clausing born: 24.01.1712 in Damme died: 22.05.1767 in Pye
Johann Heinrich to Subern born: 28.08.1736 in Pye died: 03.12.1795 in Pye married: 09.10.1771 in Wallenhorst Anna Elisabeth Voss born 1738 died: 13.04.1814 in Pye
The following is about the origin of the name ALBERS from PYE near Osnabrück: In Pye, in the vicinity of the city of Osnabrück, there are two farms which in former times shared the same name, only distinguished by their owners’ first names. Both were called “to Sodeburen”. Today: Gosling and Albers. The names of the farm changed in the course of time. Until the mid-18th century the inhabitants of the farm, which is called “Albers” today, were not named “Albers”. In the course of the centuries, the original name of “to Sodeburen” (cf. certificate of 14 February 1368 in the Staatsarchiv Osnabrück ) changed to “to Soberen”, “to Sübern”, “to Süberen” , “Albers to Süberen”, and, from the mid-18th century slowly to “Albers”. In times when the population was growing, it was necessary to differentiate between names more clearly in order to avoid confusion. In the dynasties of the 17th and 18th centuries the first name Albert can be found relatively often. Thus there was an opportunity to change the first name “Albert” to the surname “Albers”. The respective change of name also happened on the neighboring farm of Gottschalk to Sübern. The first name Gottschalk turned into the name of the farm “Gösling”. The name “Süvern”, however, has been kept by some people originating from the Gosling Farm until the present day.Both farms, Albers and Gosling, are still operated today. Since 1826, 9 inhabitants of the Albers farm have emmigrated to the USA. One of the emmigrants Franz Heinrich Albers (Franz Albers in Germantown) born 06.05.1813 in Pye died 08.08.1861 in Germantown/IL settled in Germantown. His son, Franc Henry Albers, Deputy Circuit Clerk of Clinton County/IL, donated a piece of land for the construction of the railroad depot of the close-by railroad and had a plot measured for settlement. The railroad depot and the settlement were named Albers. The town is situated on State Highway 61 between the towns New Baden and Germantown in the south west of Clinton County. I hope this information could help you.