Dowd

Dowd is a derivation of an ancient surname which was once common in Ireland but is now quite rare. The name Dowd is an Anglicisation of the original Ui Dubhda, through its more common form O'Dowd. The Ui Dubhda are one of the Clann Ui Fiachrach, one of the major families of Irish clans.

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M'el Dowd - Career
... Making her professional debut Off-Broadway in the 1950s, Dowd soon appeared in a number of Broadway shows throughout the 1960s and into the 1970s, most notably originating the role of Morgan ... Dowd has continued to act in recent years ... Musicals' 2003 production of Me and My Girl, according to Variety, "Dowd in particular, charmingly partnered by Dorian's tiddly Sir John, is the cement ...
Snooks Dowd
... Raymond Bernard "Snooks" Dowd (December 20, 1897 – April 4, 1962) was a college football star for Lehigh University and a Major League Baseball infielder for the Detroit Tigers (1919 ... According to the story, Dowd ran the wrong way, circled his own goalposts, and went the right way 100 yards to score ...
Sold (album) - Track Listing - Album
... Sold" – 354 (O'Dowd, Vic Martin and Dozier) "I Asked For Love" – 443 (O'Dowd and Dozier) "Keep Me In Mind" – 405 (O'Dowd, Glen Nightingale and Brown) "Everything I Own ...
M'el Dowd
... M'el Dowd or Mel Dowd (born February 2, 1938) is an American stage, musical theatre and film actress whose career has spanned over 50 years ... Beginning in Shakespeare roles and films in the 1950s, Dowd continued to perform on stage, film and television into the 21st century ... A frequent performer on Broadway in the 1960s, Dowd originated the role of Morgan le Fay in Camelot ...
Dowd - Other
... The Dowd Report, a document describing the transgressions of baseball player Pete Rose in betting on baseball Irvin v ... Dowd (1959), was a United States Supreme Court case The Dowd–Beckwith ring expansion reaction is an organic reaction ...