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  1. 08/05/2022 · Her 71-year-old daughter Bronwyn Fitzsimons was found dead in a property owned by the family of Ms O’Hara in Glengarriff in May 2016. Maureen O’Hara had a life-long love for West Cork, an affection reciprocated by the community at Glengarriff. She owned a property in the scenic coastal town for four decades.

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  3. 08/05/2022 · What you should know about Bronwyn Fitzsimons, Maureen O’Hara’s daughter Fall in love with the wild and wonderful County Donegal Pagan idol, 100 years pre-St. Patrick, discovered in Roscommon

  4. › name › nm0654325Buck Owens - IMDb

    Buck Owens, Soundtrack: Ford v Ferrari. Buck Owens is a true legend in country music. Along with fellow performers Merle Haggard and Wynn Stewart, Buck helped popularize the Bakersfield Sound, or honky-tonk infused with electric instrumentation and rock influences. Growing up in Arizona, Buck picked cotton and learned to play the mandolin, the guitar and horns. He had his first radio ...

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  6. › name › nm0212818Jimmy Dean - IMDb

    Jimmy Dean, Actor: Diamonds Are Forever. Jimmy Dean, the musician, actor and entrepreneur, was instrumental in the mainstreaming of country music, a genre that now ranks as the most popular in the United States but which, back in the 1960s, was accorded little respect in the mass media. Jimmy Dean had a #1 hit in the US and England with his song "Big Bad John," which established his fame...

  7. 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.