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Phyllis Ada (Driver) Diller
Phyllis Ada (Driver) Diller was born on July 17, 1917 in Lima, Ohio United States of America, and died at age 95 years old on August 20, 2012 in Brentwood, Los Angeles County, CA. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Phyllis Ada (Driver) Diller.
Nancy Davis Reagan
Nancy Davis Reagan was an American actress and the wife of the 40th President of the United States, Ronald Reagan. She was born on July 6, 1921, in New York City and grew up in Maryland. Reagan began her career as an actress in the 1940s and appeared in a number of films and television shows throughout the following decades. She married Ronald Reagan in 1952, and the two remained devoted to each other until his death in 2004. During her time as First Lady of the United States, Reagan was known for her advocacy work on behalf of Alzheimer's disease research and drug prevention. Her grace, style, and unwavering support for her husband made her one of the most beloved First Ladies in American history.
Loretta Young
Loretta Young Born January 6, 1913 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA Died August 12, 2000 in Los Angeles, California, USA (ovarian cancer) Birth Name Gretchen Michaela Young Height 5' 6" (1.68 m) Mini Bio (1) Sweet, sweeter, sweetest. No combination of terms better describes the screen persona of lovely Loretta Young. A&E's Biography (1987) has stated that Young "remains a symbol of beauty, serenity, and grace. But behind the glamour and stardom is a woman of substance whose true beauty lies in her dedication to her family, her faith, and her quest to live life with a purpose." In 1935, she made Call of the Wild (1935) with Clark Gable. They had an affair, and Loretta became pregnant. Because of the strict morality clauses in their contracts - and the fact that Clark Gable was married - they could not tell anybody except Loretta's mother. Loretta and her mother left for Europe after filming on The Crusades finished. They returned in August 1935 to the United States, at which time Gladys Belzer announced Loretta's 'illness' to the press. Filming on Loretta's next film, Ramona, was also canceled. During this time, Loretta was living in a small house in Venice, California, her mother rented. On November 6, 1935, Loretta delivered a healthy baby girl whom she named Judith. In 1938, Loretta starred as Sally Goodwin in Kentucky (1938), an outstanding success. Her co-star Walter Brennan won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as Peter Goodwin. In 1940, Loretta married businessman Tom Lewis, and from then on her child was called Judy Lewis, although Tom Lewis never adopted her. Judy was brought up thinking that both parents had adopted her and did not know, until years later, that she was actually the biological daughter of Loretta and Clark Gable. Four years after her marriage to Tom Lewis, Loretta had a son, Christopher Lewis, and later another son, Peter Charles. In the 1940s, Loretta was still one of the most beautiful ladies in Hollywood. She reached the pinnacle of her career when she won the Academy Award for Best Actress in The Farmer's Daughter (1947), the tale of a farm girl who rises through the ranks and becomes a congresswoman. It was a smash and today is her best remembered film. The same year, she starred in the delightful fantasy The Bishop's Wife (1947) with David Niven and Cary Grant. It was another box office success and continues to be a TV staple during the holiday season. In 1949, Loretta starred in the well-received film, Mother Is a Freshman (1949) with Van Johnson and Rudy Vallee and Come to the Stable (1949). The latter garnered Loretta her second Oscar nomination, but she lost to Olivia de Havilland in The Heiress (1949). In 1953, Loretta made It Happens Every Thursday (1953), which was to be her final big screen role. She retired from films in 1953 and began a second, equally successful career as hostess of The Loretta Young Show (1953), a half-hour television drama anthology series which ran on NBC from September 1953 to September 1961. In addition to hosting the series, she frequently starred in episodes. Although she is most remembered for her stunning gowns and swirling entrances, over the broadcast's eight-year run she also showed again that she could act. She won Emmy awards for best actress in a dramatic series in 1954, 1956 and 1958. After the show ended, she took some time off before returning in 1962 with The New Loretta Young Show (1962), which was not so successful, lasting only one season. For the next 24 years, Loretta did not appear in any entertainment medium. Her final performance was in a made for TV film Lady in the Corner (1989). By 1960, Loretta was a grandmother. Her daughter Judy Lewis had married about three years before and had a daughter in 1959, whom they named Maria. Loretta and Tom Lewis divorced in the early 1960's. Loretta enjoyed retirement, sleeping late, visiting her son Chris and daughter-in-law Linda, and traveling. She and her friend Josephine Alicia Saenz, ex-wife of John Wayne, traveled to India and saw the Taj Mahal. In 1990, she became a great-grandmother when granddaughter Maria, daughter of Judy Lewis, gave birth to a boy. Loretta lived a quiet retirement in Palm Springs, California until her death on August 12, 2000 from ovarian cancer at the home of her sister Georgiana and Georgiana's husband, Ricardo Montalban. Spouse (3) Jean Louis (10 August 1993 - 20 April 1997) ( his death) Tom Lewis (31 July 1940 - 20 August 1969) ( divorced) ( 2 children) Grant Withers (26 January 1930 - 13 September 1931) ( annulled) Trade Mark (1) Husky voice Trivia (44) Miss Young's return to the screen following convent school came about rather fortuitously. A casting call was sent out by the producers of Naughty But Nice (1927) for her sister Polly Ann Young. Answering the telephone, the young Gretchen replied that her sister was unavailable and wondered if she herself might substitute. And so she did. It was merely a bit part, but it led to a movie contract and eventual stardom for Loretta Young. Cast members in the film The Story of Alexander Graham Bell (1939) included not only Loretta Young but, portraying her character's sisters, her real-life, actress sisters as well: Polly Ann Young and Sally Blane. Further, portraying the fourth on-screen sister was a fourth real-life half-sister, Georgiana Young, although the latter was not a professional actress. (Years later, Georgiana, whom Loretta dubbed "Georgie", would appear occasionally on Loretta's television show The Loretta Young Show (1953). In 1972, Miss Young sued NBC for violating her contract in allowing reruns of The Loretta Young Show (1953) to be shown, wherein audiences might have ridiculed her gowns and hairstyles, which were by then 10 or even 20 years out of date. The court awarded her more than a half-million dollars. Had an illegitimate daughter by Clark Gable. For years, this was covered up in Hollywood, and was presented as an adoption. The daughter's resemblance to both parents is uncanny. The daughter Judy Lewis later dabbled in acting before becoming a psychologist. Judy Lewis wrote a book "Uncommon Knowledge" with the truth of her parentage. Loretta Young's third husband was Academy Award winning clothing and costume designer, Jean Louis. He was well known for designing for the stars at Columbia Studios, Universal and in his own salon in Beverly Hills. His most famous creations included the strapless gown for Rita Hayworth in the film Gilda (1946) as well as Marilyn Monroe's white sequined gown she wore to sing "Happy Birthday, Mr. President" to John F. Kennedy. Jean Louis married Loretta after the death of his first wife, Maggy, who was a personal friend of Loretta for over 50 years. In her posthumously published autobiography, she admitted that her "adopted" daughter, Judy Lewis, was her biological daughter by Clark Gable. Sister of Polly Ann Young and Sally Blane, half-sister of Georgiana Young, sister-in-law of Norman Foster, half-sister-in-law of Ricardo Montalban, mother of Judy Lewis. Country singer Loretta Lynn was named after her. In 1976, there was talk of a comeback role for Loretta, as Mother Cabrini in a biography of the first American to attain sainthood to be directed by Martin Scorsese. The project unfortunately never materialized. She was the mother of singer/songwriter Peter Lewis (Peter Charles Lewis) (B. July 15, 1945), a former member of the infamous 1960s San Francisco rock band Moby Grape, and Christopher Lewis, a film director.
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Portrait found in a central Texas antique store. On the back is written: "Compliments of George & Louise, Hello Kid! Here is a Photo of two that didn't have anything else to do. --"
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SEATED ON THE FAR LEFT WITH AN "X" ON THE HAND ARE WILLLIAM ANDERSON BURNETT AND HIS WIFE (TO HIS RIGHT) JUDA(H)" Judy" Ann Brown {Wilson}Burnett . In the middle row the couple in the middle is Sarah Burnett and husband Eli Bozarth . In the bac row at the top of photograph - the couple on the far right are Thomas Armstrong and wife Martha {Burnett} Armstrong . The man in the back row , the first man on the left between 2 women is Anderson Warren Bernard Burnett . Of the 2 women that are with him one is Margaret {Armstrong} Burnett , the widow of Samuel Burnett and the other is Ada Bruce , the wife of Anderson Warren Bernard Burnett and mother of Della Ann {Burnett} Dyer . She is "thought" to be the woman on the right of Warren Burnett with her hand on his sholder . The other people who are "said to be" in this photograph are : Samuel, Ed & Alice Criswell. Abram and Margaret Armstrong .Bob and Alice Criswell and Joel and Emily Wilson . I am not sure of the Criswell family which name goes with which face . This photo was taken before Ada died in 1906 and as she was kept to bed for a time before she died and also due to how old Warren was this picture would have had to be taken between 1895 and 1905 as best I can tell .
People in photo include: Sarah (Burnett) Bozarth, Eli Bozarth, Samuel Criswell, Ed Criswell, Alice Criswell, Abram Armstromg, Margaret Armstromg, Bob Criswell, Joel Wilson, and Emily Wilson
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Elizabeth Jane (Bozarth) Uriah was born in 1731 in Pennsylvania US, and died in Virginia. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Elizabeth Jane Bozarth Bozarth.
Doris Bozarth of Brooklyn, Kings County, NY was born on November 2, 1924, and died at age 83 years old on June 17, 2008.
Dorie Bozarth of Tuckerton, Ocean County, NJ was born on August 19, 1914, and died at age 66 years old in February 1981.
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2020 marks 20 years since the inception of AncientFaces. We are the same team who began this community so long ago. Over the years it feels, at least to us, that our family has expanded to include so many. Thank you!
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