Albert Arthur Ramsley Identity
Name Albert Arthur Ramsley
Sex Male Male
Born August 7, 1903, Seal of Hurbanova Hurbanova, Lovia
Deceased March 13, 1966, Seal of Hurbanova Hurbanova
Home Seal of Hurbanova Hurbanova
Functions businessman
Languages English, Oceana

Albert Arthur Ramsley (1903, Hurbanova-1966, Hurbanova) was a Lovian businessperson and a member of the Ramsley Family of Lovia.

Biography Edit

He was born to Andrew Frederick Ramsley and Silvia Coningham in Hurbanova. He was a nephew of Manon Ramsley, who would later be a member of the Royal family.

He was in love with Florenta Inding, a showgirl. His mother did not approve of their love, but they later had one daughter, Esmeralda Ramsley. Florenta unfortunately died in 1928, and leaving him with no one to help raise the child. For a while he lived in Sofasi, briefly serving as Governor of Clymene from 1927 to 1931. Albert then remarried Anica Langerhol in 1931, with whom he had three more children: Daniel, Joseph and Clara.

In 1928, he published a non-fiction book, The Mysterious Death of Horatius Domingo.

Albert Ramsley founded Federal Foods Inc. in 1932 as the successor to his grandfather's company that had gotten into financial trouble. He made the company very successful. A.A. Ramsley retired from the family business in 1957, leaving control to his daughter, Esmeralda. She deceased in 1961, so control passed to his son Daniel.

Albert himself died in 1966.