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Ernesto Miguel Antonio "Ernest" Machado
Birth: Jun. 30, 1868
Essex County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Sep. 22, 1907
Carroll County
New Hampshire, USA

Ernest attended MIT and studied architecture before entering that profession. He was successful; he designed a number of private houses and public buildings in the Boston area, especially the North Shore, as well as buildings in New Haven, CT, and Ottawa, Canada, where his older brother Joe was the general manager of the American Bank Note Co.

He drowned in a tragic accident when the canoe that he and his nephew Maurice M. Osborne were paddling capsized. His nephew Maurice was rescued but Ernest drowned probably due to his heavy clothing and the fact that one of his arms was very weak due to a recently healed break.

Ernest designed the chapel at Harmony Grove, and his architectural partner, Ambrose Walker would eventually marry his youngest sister Juanita. Ernest also designed the borders and embellishments on all of the family's full-length flat gravestones. 
Family links: 
  Juan Francisco Machado (1824 - 1898)
  Elizabeth Frances Jones Machado (1832 - 1910)
  Grace Elizabeth Machado (1854 - 1932)*
  Soledad Alicia Machado Osborne (1856 - 1917)*
  Salomé Amelia Machado Warren (1860 - 1954)*
  Ernesto Miguel Antonio Machado (1868 - 1907)
  Juanita Machado Walker (1875 - 1966)*
*Calculated relationship
JUNE 30, 1868
SEPTEMBER 22, 1907

Harmony Grove Cemetery
Essex County
Massachusetts, USA
Created by: Nanny
Record added: Oct 19, 2010
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Ernesto Miguel Antonio Ernest Machado
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Ernesto Miguel Antonio Ernest Machado
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Ernesto Miguel Antonio Ernest Machado
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- Lance
 Added: Feb. 9, 2013
Your buildings still stand including the Wenham Town Hall which I pass on my way to Ipswich. You are remembered.Your great x2 niece,
- Nanny
 Added: Feb. 21, 2011
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