Born: September 4, 1886, Maidstone, Kent, England.
Died: February 4, 1967, Boscombe, Hampshire, England.
Albert was the son of Salvation Army (SA) officers.
He worked at the SA International Headquarters (1899–1905), then at SA posts in Chelmsford, Lowestoft South, and Ipswich Citadel.
He went on to serve as Brigade Officer at the SA training college; Divisional Young People’s Secretary, East London Division, during World War I; Divisional Commander, Norwich (1919–22), and in South London (1922–25); Chief Side Officer for Men at the International Training College; Chief Secretary in New Zealand (1933–36); Territorial Commander for Scotland and Ireland (1936–40); British Commissioner (1940–46); and General (1946–54).
His works include:
know Orsborn’s burial place