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The Dowling Family Tree with a half million relatives, containsthousands of pictures and over a thousand GeneaStars. We areall related!

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John Drew
John Drew
  • Geboren   13 november 1853 - Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA
  • Overleden   8 juli 1927 - San Francisco., CA,leeftijd bij overlijden: 73 jaar oud
  • Begraven   14 juli 1927 - Mt. Vernon Cem., Philadelphia, PA
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    Via Louisa Lane, geboren   10 januari 1820 - London, Middlesex, England, overleden   31 augustus 1897 - Larchmont, Westchester Co., NY leeftijd bij overlijden: 77 jaar oud

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    Drew, John, actor, was born in Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 13, 1853; son of John and Louisa (Lane) Drew. He was educated by private tutors and at the Episcopal academy, Philadelphia. He made his first appearance on the stage, March 23, 1873, in the Arch street theatre, Philadelphia, as Plumper in "Cool as a Cucumber." He afterward took minor parts in several plays and in 1871 appeared in "Woman of the Day." His success in this won him an engagement with Augustin Daly's company and on Feb. 17, 1875, he appeared in the fifth avenue theatre, New York, as Bob Ruggles to Fanny Davenport's Eugenia in "The Big Bonanza." After that he appeared in "Pique," and other light comedies. In 1876 he was engaged by Edwin Booth for his series of Shakespearian plays in the Fifth avenue theatre, taking the parts of Rosencrantz in "Hamlet," France in "King Lear," and other minor roles. In 1877-78 he supported Fanny Davenport, and in 1878-79 was engaged in Frederick Warde and Maurice Barrymore's company, playing Henry Beauclair in "Diplomacy." On the completion of Augustin Daly's theatre, Mr. Drew appeared Sept. 17, 1879, and became leading man April 10, 1880, as Clyde Monograme in "The Way we Live." He remained as leading man in Angustin Daly's stock company for thirteen years, creating more than forty roles. He made his first appearance as a star in the fall of 1892, playing Dr. Paul Blondet in "The Masked Ball," and Frederick Ossian in "The Butterflies." He appeared in "The Bauble Shop," 1894; "Rosemary," 1894-95; "The Squire of Dames," 1895-96; "The Marriage of Convenience," 1896-97; "One Summer's Day," 1897; "The Liars," 1898-99; "The Tyranny of Tears," 1899; "Richard Carvel," 1900-01; "The Mummy and the HummingBird," 1902-03; "Captain Dieppe," 1903-04. He married, in 1881, Josephine Baker, a niece of Joseph Jefferson, the actor.
    --- The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans, Volume 3, page 309

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                                                                                 _____|16_Francis Drew 1742-
                                                       _____|8_John Drew 1764-1818
                                                      /                         ¯¯¯¯¯|17_Frances x
                             _____|4_Francis Nelson Drew 1806-
                            /                        \
                           /                          ¯¯¯¯¯|9_Sarah Nelson
    |2_John Drew 1827-1862
    |                      \
    |                       ¯¯¯¯¯|5_Elizabeth Connor 1804-1843
    |--1_John Drew 1853-1927
    |                                                  _____|12_Thomas Haycraft Lane
    |                                                 /
    |                       _____|6_Thomas Frederick Lane ca 1796-ca 1825
    |                      /                        \
    |                     /                          ¯¯¯¯¯|13_Louisa Rouse
    |3_Louisa Lane 1820-1897
                             ¯¯¯¯¯|7_Eliza Trantner 1796-1887

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