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Diane K. ODowd Ph.D.
Written by Steven Dowd   
Dr. Diane ODowd
Dept Anatomy & Neurobiology
College of Medicine
University of California


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Jacquelyn Dowd Hall
Written by Steven Dowd   

Jacquelyn Dowd Hall
Julia Cherry Spruill Professor and Director,
Southern Oral History Program
M.A. Columbia University, 1967
Ph.D. Columbia University, 1974
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Dr Mary ODowd
Written by Steven Dowd   
Mary ODowd received a doctorate from National University of Ireland, Dublin in 1979. She was appointed lecturer in the School of Modern History at Queens in 1978 (senior lecturer since 1992). Her research interests and publications have concentrated on early modern Ireland. She is currently completing a book on women in early modern Ireland, 1500-1800 and is one of the editors of the forthcoming Field Day Anthology (vols IV and IV) Irish Women?s Writing and Traditions to be published by Cork University Press in 2002. Dr O?Dowd was appointed President of the International Federation for Research in Women?s History in August 2000.
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DOWD CHAPEL
Written by Steven Dowd   

In 1939 the late Mary Dowd donated the funds to build a Catholic Chapel,
which would be named in the memory of her family. Construction began on the Dowd Memorial Chapel of the Immaculate Conception in 1939, and was completed in 1941.
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Nolda Dowd
Written by Steven Dowd   
The artist, Nolda Dowd, is a graduate of the New York Central School of Art and was previously a successful portrait painter. In that line of art, she won numerous awards and ribbons selling her paintings through galleries, interior designers and art shows.
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Siobhan Dowd
Written by Steven Dowd   
ImageSiobhan Dowd was born to Irish parents and brought up in London. She spent much of her youth visiting the family cottage in Aglish, County Waterford and later the family home in Wicklow Town. Today she lives in Oxford with her librarian husband, but visits friends and relatives in Ireland as often as she can.
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Mary Christine Dowd - biography
Written by Steven Dowd   
Mary Christine Dowd
Assistant to the Interim Vice President
for Student Affairs/Director of
Student Rights and Responsibilities
Minnesota State University, Mankato
Administrator/educator and outdoor buff.


 
Bernie and Glenda Dowd & Family
Written by Steven Dowd   
From 1977 to 1983 we lived in Alice Springs. Until June 1997 we lived in Darwin, in Australias Northern Territory, in the suburb of Nightcliff (Map). We moved to Brisbane, Queensland, Australia in 1998.
Both Glenda and Bernie were born in the state of Victoria; she in Geelong , Bernie in Bendigo. (Glenda lived most of her childhood in Portland, and Bernie lived first in Toolleen then Ararat) All of our children were born in the Northern Territory.

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Johnny Dowd
Written by Steven Dowd   
Johnny Dowd,

I was born on Easter Sunday, march 29th , 1948 , in Fort Woth , Texas. I am not the superstitious type, so I dont give the Easter date and special significance.
I dont see myself as the saviour of rock-n-roll or anything like that. I do know that my birthday falls on Easter again in 2043 and hope between now and then to write some memorable songs and to entertain the multitudes.

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ODowds Castle
Written by Steven Dowd   
The ODowdas (ODowds) were chieftains of west Sligo in Anglo-Norman times and they built the Castle in 1447. The ODowds occupied the castle until the Cromwellian era (17th century). .
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21/10/2014