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Hébert or Hebert is a surname, and may refer to:

  • Anne Hébert, Canadian author and poet
  • Ashley Hebert, subject of The Bachelorette (season 7)
  • Bobby Hebert, National Football League player
  • Chantal Hébert, Canadian political commentator
  • Chris Hebert, American actor
  • Corey Hébert, American celebrity physician and entrepreneur
  • David Hebert, musicologist and musician
  • Dennis Paul Hebert, American politician
  • Edmond Hébert, French geologist
  • Ernest Hébert, French painter
  • Felix Hebert, United States Senator from Rhode Island
  • Felix Edward Hébert, member of the United States House of Representatives from Louisiana
  • Georges Hébert a French physical education practitioner, theorist and instructor.
  • Guy Hebert, National Hockey League player
  • Jacques Hébert, French Revolution figure
  • Jacques Hébert (Canadian politician)
  • Jay Hebert, American golfer
  • Jean-Pierre Hébert, American artist
  • Kyle Hebert, American voice actor
  • Kyries Hebert, American football player
  • Lionel Hebert, American golfer
  • Louis Hébert, early Quebec farmer
  • Malcolm Hebert, American politician
  • Paul D.N. Hebert, Canadian biologist
  • Paul M. Hebert, judge at the Nuremberg Tribunals
  • Paul Octave Hebert, governor of Louisiana
  • Pierre-Eugène-Emile Hébert, French sculptor
  • Sammy Hebert, Canadian hockey player
  • Scott P. Hebert, Six-time winner of the Michigan Open Golf Tournament
  • Thomas-Joachim Hébert, French marchand-mercier
  • Place-names containing Hébert-, -hébert

  • Thuit-Hébert (Tui Herbert in 1216), French commune in Eure (département), region Haute-Normandie ;
  • Le Petit-Hébert (Thuit Hebert in 1727), hamlet at Foulbec, Eure département
  • Pont-Hébert (#Pons Heberti in 1260), French commune in Manche (département), region Basse-Normandie ;
  • Saint-Martin-le-Hébert (#Beati Martini le Hebert in 1250), French commune in Manche ;
  • Le Plessis-Hébert (Plaiseis Herbert in 1190), French commune in Eure ;
  • Hébertville, Quebec municipality, Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean
  • Héberville (#Herbervilla in 1155), French commune in Seine-Maritime, region Haute-Normandie.
  • Place Hébert, square in Paris (France).
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    References

    Hébert Wikipedia


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