Bronwyn FitzSimons, Actress: The Ravagers. Bronwyn Brigid FitzSimons's only child, a son, Conor Beau FitzSimons (also known as "C. Beau FitzSimons), an Irish-American hairdresser who has his own line of hair care products called "The Red Collection" (honoring his famous grandmother, Maureen O'Hara).
Spencer's Mountain is a 1963 American family drama film written, directed, and produced by Delmer Daves from the 1961 novel of the same name by Earl Hamner Jr. The film stars Henry Fonda, Maureen O'Hara, and in early appearances in their careers, James MacArthur, Veronica Cartwright, and Victor French.
Description of the massacre. A group of eleven stockmen, consisting of assigned convicts and former convicts, ten of them white Europeans, the 11th, John Johnstone, a black African, led by John Henry Fleming, who was from Mungie Bundie Run near Moree, arrived at Henry Dangar's Myall Creek station in New England on 9 June 1838.
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