Descendants of Solomon and his son Moses Alberson in Wayne (then Perry) county, Tennessee, and Solomon's son Early who moved from there to Lafayette county, Missouri by 1840, can now determine the origin of their family, and of their Alberson last name.Also, the Early who moved to Missouri in turn had a son named Solomon, who moved to Oregon, so the "Oregon Albersons" have that same origin.
Anyway, Solomon Alberson (Wayne county) was born in 1754, in Pitt county, North Carolina, son of John Albertson and Elizabeth Early. Somewhere on the road from NC to TN, Solomon dropped a "t".
John Albertson was the son of Albert jr, who was the son of Albert, who was the son of Nicholas Albertson. And this Nicholas was most likely Nicholas "the swede" Albertson who lived in Scituate, Massachusetts in 1636, and whose house was burned in King Phillips War in 1676.
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