|Birth: ||Aug. 11, 1886|
|Death: ||Jan. 7, 1958|
Col. Maurice M. Osborne, 71 of 367 Beacon St., Boston, retired
architect-engineer and veteran of both World Wars, died today, Jan. 7, 1958 at the Phillips House at Massachusetts General Hospital
He was a native of Salem and a graduate of Harvard with the class of 1908. He held both AB and BS degrees. He was a world traveler, sportsman, and lover of fine music.
He formed his own architectural and engineering firms and was also a partner in other organizations during his career. At one time he established his own advertising company in Boston.
He was an officer of the Tavern Club, the Trustees of Public Reservations, a trustee (?) of the New England Conservatory of Music, treasurer of the Castle Hill Foundation and member of the Harvard Club of Boston.
He served as an Army captain in World War I. During World War II he was attached to the industrial planning division and the chief of staff of material of the Army Air Force starting in 1941. He was separated from service in 1949 with the rank of colonel.
He was awarded the Legion of Merit for his World War Service.
After the war he served briefly as executive vice president of the Boston Museum of Science.
Source: Boston Globe, Jan. 7, 1958
Theodore Moody Osborne (1849 - 1899)
Soledad Alicia Machado Osborne (1856 - 1917)
Frances Anne Cabot Osborne (1894 - 1980)
Elizabeth Osborne (1919 - 2009)*
Maurice Machado Osborne (1924 - 2007)*
Maurice Machado Osborne (1886 - 1958)
Elizabeth Osborne (1889 - 1914)*
MAURICE MACHADO OSBORNE,
AUGUST 11. 1886,
JANUARY 7. 1958
~ the morning stars sang together ~
FRANCES ANNE CABOT,
July 19. 1894,
May 17. 1980
Walnut Hills Cemetery
Created by: Nanny
Record added: Oct 06, 2010
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7TH COUSIN 1X REMOVED|
Added: Sep. 3, 2013
Dear Papa, I think of you at times and love looking at photos of you. You were so handsome, and always had a cheerful word to give. You are remembered.Your grand-daughter,|
Added: Oct. 6, 2010