of uncertain origin; possibly a topographic name from Middle High German le- (genitive le-wes) ‘hill’, or a northern
for a brave or healthy man, from Middle Low German le-bar(e) ‘leopard’. Compare Lebert.
The surname labert was first found in Stuttgart.
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Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: Asihmes Leber, who came to Philadelphia in 1743; Jacob Leber, who came to Pennsylvania in 1749; Coenraad Leber, who settled in New York in 1761; Alexander Leber, who arrived in Missouri in 1840.