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Annie Yeamans

Ruggit 19 Mee Houney 1835
Mannin
Hooar baase 3 Mayrnt 1912
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She ben-aghteyr karacteyr va Annie Griffiths Yeamans (19 Sauin 1835 – 3 Mayrnt 1912). Ren ee cloie ayns ram obbraghyn Harrigan & Hart.[1]

Beashnys

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Va Yeamans ruggit ayns Mannin er 19 Sauin 1835 as darree ee myr paitçhey aeg dys yn Austrail raad ghow ee toshiaght rish e coorse theateragh ayns 1845.[2]

Cloieder

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She cloieder ard-ghooagh va Yeaman, as ren ee obbraghey ayns ny Steatyn Unnaneysit as 'syn Austrail er y chooid smoo. Hoshiaght, dobbyr ee myr skibbyltagh-cabbyl 'sy chiarkys 'syn Austrail as phoose ee rish e fer sheshee Edward "Ned" Yeamans, (bonkan Americaanagh), jannoo turryssyn 'syn Aishey lesh y cheilley.[3] Haink e chied phaart cloie er yn ardan ayns 1868 tra chloie ee Cinderella ec y çhenn New York Theatre.[4]

Ren ee keayrt er ny Steatyn Unnaneysit ayns 1865, as rish tammylt beg ayns Yokohama 'sy Çhapaan, raad haink Willie Edouin ny quail ayns 1866.[5][1][6] Haink urree dy ve treoghit ayns San Francisco ayns ny 1860yn jeianagh, as hie ee dys York Noa marish e paitçhyn raad chloie ee liorish G.L.Fox, cloie Aunt Ophelia ayns 1877 ayns Uncle Tom's Cabin, as raad haink enney share urree er son e paart myr Cordelia 'sy chloie lesh Edward Harrigan. Ren Yeaman cloie da'n cheayrt jerrinagh ayns Vaudeville ayns 1907.[7][8] Car e coorse cloie, ren ee obbraghey marish Albert Marshman Palmer, Augustin Daly, Sydney Rosenfeld, as Sadie Martinot ayns obbraghyn Americaanagh.[9][10]

She arraneyder as ben-aghteyryn va ny h-inneenyn eck, Lydia Yeamans Titus as Jennie Yeamans.[11]

Imraaghyn

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  1. a b (4 Mayrnt 1912). Annie Yeamans Dies; Acted for 66 Years, The New York Times
  2. Gerald Bordman ; Thomas S. Hischak (2004) ‘Yeamans, Annie (1835–1912)’. Oxford University Press. dg 674
  3. Gerald Bordman ; Thomas S. Hischak (2004) ‘Yeamans, Annie (1835–1912)’. Oxford University Press. dg 674
  4. Harrison, Marie (1902) ‘Portrait: Mrs. Annie Yeamans’, Vogue (New York). York Noa: Condé Nast, 19(24), dg. 664.
  5. See [1], dg 9 Professional Entertainers Abroad and Theatrical Portraits in Hand, Aya Mihara, Old Photography Study, No.3, dgn.45-54; 2009
  6. "Annie Yeamans" (1896). Gallery of Players from the Illustrated American. Ym-lioar 1 (7). New York: The Illustrated American Publishing Co.. 
  7. Gerald Bordman ; Thomas S. Hischak (2004) ‘Yeamans, Annie (1835–1912)’. Oxford University Press. dg 674
  8. Harrison, Marie (1907) ‘Theater: Seen on the Stage’, Vogue (New York). York Noa: Condé Nast, 30(16), dg. 528.
  9. Harrison, Marie (1902) ‘Portrait: Mrs. Annie Yeamans’, Vogue (New York). York Noa: Condé Nast, 19(24), dg. 664.
  10. Harrison, Marie (1907) ‘Theater: Seen on the Stage: Gossip’, Vogue (New York). York Noa: Condé Nast, 29(3), dg. 77.
  11. Cullen, Frank et al. Vaudeville old & new, Vol. 1, dgn. 1237-39 (2004)

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