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Name: Ernest McGeorge

Birth/Established: May 19, 1877   Death/Dissolved: October 29, 1961

 


Biography:  
  Ernest McGeorge was an engineer who mainly designed industrial buildings. He was born in England, came to the United States with his family in 1883, was naturalized as an American citizen in 1884, and settled in Cleveland in 1896. He was educated in Cleveland Public Schools. He worked at Wellman-Seaver-Morgan Company for nine years, where his father was a consulting engineer. He later worked for the Peerless Motor Car Company and the Ferro Machine and Foundry Company. As an engineer in the office of J. Milton Dyer he supervised the construction of the new heating system for the tuberculosis hospital on the Cooley Farm in Warrensville, Ohio. He opened an office in 1913. He specialized in the design, construction and supervision of manufacturing plants, warehouses, and commercial buildings. His principal clients were the Peerless Motor Car Company, the Ferro Machine and Foundry Company, the Parrish & Bingham Company, the Winton Engine Works, the Chandler Motor Car Company, the H.J. Walker Company, the Briggs Manufacturing Company, the Elyria Iron & Steel Company, and the Cleveland Switchboard. He was a member of Hough Congregational Church. He was a contributing member of the Ohio National Guard, a member of the Chamber of Commerce, the Cleveland Engineering Society, and the Cleveland Athletic Club. 

 

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Cleveland
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Cleveland
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Cleveland
Unknown
1918

Cleveland
Standing
1918
10615 - 10815 Madison Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1918
275 - 85 East 131st Street
Cleveland
Standing
1918

Mansfield
Unknown
1918

Orville
Demolished
1919
9201 Detroit Avenue
Cleveland
Demolished
1919
275 - 85 East 131st Street
Cleveland
Standing
1919
17325 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland
Standing
1926
5620 Broadway
Cleveland
Standing
nd
3088 West 106th Street
Cleveland
Demolished
nd

Cleveland
Demolished

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Avery History of Cleveland v. 2, p 520

Cleveland Necrology file 11.1.1961

Ohio Deaths c. 16696 #77294 - died October 29, 1961

World War I draft


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