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  1. Ann (Studer) Lowrance, loving mother and grandmother, passed away November 21,2019. Graveside service: 2:00 p.m., Monday, November 25, at Waco Memorial Park with Pastor Lester Adams officiating. Visitation: 2 to 4:00 p.m., Sunday, November 24, at Lake Shore Funeral Home. Ann was born February 4, 1930, in Waco to...

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  2. w/o Rev. J.W.Lowrance Photo of Cemetery office record furnished by Tiffany Mims. Fourth line down, interred date March 8. Lowrance, Mrs S A lot location, cause of death looks like ?erous Pros age 42.

  3. Antoinette Lowrance Wed to Dean Jagger Day After One Set. Jan. 28, 1935. Credit... The New York Times Archives. See the article in its original context from January 28, 1935, Section AMUSEMENTS ...

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    Born Dean Jeffries, or Dean Jeffries Jagger (sources disagree), in Columbus Grove or Lima, Ohio, he dropped out of school several times before finally attending Wabash College. While at Wabash, he was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity and played football. He dropped out in his sophomore year, realizing he was not suited to an academic life.For a few semesters, he taught all eight grades in an elementary school, before heading to Chicago.

    Jagger studied acting at Chicago's Lyceum Arts Conservatory. He joined a stock company as Spencer Tracy's replacement. He performed in vaudeville, on the radio and on stage, making his Broadway debut in 1925 in a bit part in a George M. Cohan production. Through the 1930s and 1940s, he performed in a number of Broadway plays, including the original production of Tobacco Road. Jagger made his film debut in The Woman from Hell (1929) with Mary Astor. He became a successful character actor and appeared in almost 100 films in a career that lasted until shortly before his death. Jagger made his breakthrough with his portrayal of Brigham Young in Brigham Young (1940). According to George D. Pyper, a technical consultant on the film who had personally known Brigham Young, Jagger not only resembled Young, he also spoke like him and had many of his mannerisms. Thirty-two years later, in 1972 he was baptized a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He received an Academy A...

    When Jagger tried to marry his second wife, Gloria Ling, in 1947, they were denied a marriage license in California due to a state law "forbidding unions between Caucasians and Mongolians [sic]"; Ling's father was born in China. In later life, Dean Jagger suffered from heart disease and died in his sleep in Santa Monica, California. He was 87, and was buried in the small town of Hughson, California, at Lakewood Memorial Park. He was survived by his third wife, Etta, a daughter and two stepsons.

    Dean Jagger at the Internet Movie Database
    Dean Jagger at the Internet Broadway Database
    Dean Jagger at Find a Grave
    Dean Jagger papers, MSS 60 at L. Tom Perry Special Collections, Brigham Young University
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