Talk:Charles D'Ebro

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'The mansion Stonington in Glenferrie Road Malvern ... was named Stonington after the birthplace of Wagner’s wife Mary, who had been born in Stonington Connecticut, U.S.A. ... the spelling of the name was changed to Stonnington.' [1] agapetos_angel 07:35, 2 April 2006 (UTC)

Princes Bridge[edit]

I've removed Princes Bridge from the list of D'Ebro's work, because it's very well referenced that the bridge design was the exclusive work of John Grainger. They did work in the same office in Adelaide for a while before Grainger branched out on his own, but D'Ebro never gets a mention in the contemporary sources (which allude to "Jenkins and Grainger" (Jenkins merely providing a Melbourne address), and the bridge design was done in 1877, some four years before D'Ebro and Grainger formalised a partnership in Melbourne. That's not to say the two never discussed the project, but there can be no attribution to D'Ebro, even in part, without proper verification. Cheers, Bjenks (talk) 17:13, 15 January 2013 (UTC)