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Ângelo Pinto Ribeiro was born on 7 January 1886 in Rua da Alfândega, in the parish of Sé in Angra do Heroísmo in the Azores. He was the legitimate son of Jácome de Sousa Ribeiro, a well-known Azorean musician and journalist, and Maria Leonor Pinto and grew up in a deeply Catholic music-loving family which had connections to the press and the world of publishing. Ângelo Ribeiro spent part of his childhood in Angra do Heroísmo. However, in 1899 his father took up a post as secretary to the Municipal Council of Calheta and so moved with his family, including Ângelo, to the island of São Jorge.