Otter, Albert Ernest; cut stone contractor; born, England, March 24, 1871; son of Hiram and Caroline Betty Otter; educated grammar schools in England; married, Cleveland, April 6, 1898, Lillie M. Coombs; member of the firm of Farrell & Otter, cut stone contractors; supt. of masonry work for the City of Cleveland three years, 1895-1898; furnished the cut stone for the following: Hodge, Fruitland, Barkwill, Denison, Wilson Ave. Annex, Washington Park, Prospect St., Rozelle and Chambers Schools, St. Frances School and Church, Presbyterian Church, Wade Park Ave., McCormick Bldg., South Water St., Cleveland Bakery, Northampton, The Bonair, The Carle, McKinley and Oakland Apartments, came to Cleveland in 1889; learned the cut-stone trade here; foreman for different firms, then for himself; has built several four-family blocks for himself, and several smaller buildings; member Masons, Woodward Lodge, and Foresters; member Builders Exchange. Recreations: Hunting and Fishing.
Biographical Sketch of Albert Ernest Otter
MLA Source Citation:The Book of Clevelanders: A Biographical Dictionary of Living Men of the City of Cleveland. Burrows Book Company. 1914. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 25 August 2016.
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