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Charles Abraham D'Ebro

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Charles Abraham D'Ebro (1850–1920) was a London-born architect who designed many important buildings in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia during the late Victorian and early Edwardian periods. Many of these buildings are now preserved under heritage laws.

1881-85 Worked in partnership with John Harry Grainger

1850 October 27th. Born at 10 Bury Street, Bloomsbury, London, the posthumous son of Charles D'Almandos D'Ebro, Baron and Chevalier and his wife and Frances McArthy.

1891 Married Blanche Mary Tracy (1859–1943) and they had a daughter Ethel (Essa) in 1892.

1920 June 23rd. Died in Perth, Western Australia.

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