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Nancy Sinatra Sr, 101
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c***@aol.com
2018-07-14 11:13:15 UTC
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First wife of Frank. She never remarried.
Bryan Styble
2018-07-14 14:02:59 UTC
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This one, at least for us Sinatraphiles, seems a huge one; hadn't noted she had passed the century milestone, but certainly should have realized that, as she was about her husband's age and he, as pretty much everyone knows, was born in late 1915.

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c***@aol.com
2018-07-14 14:48:30 UTC
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She was a really great fine lady who never spoke I’ll of her former husband despite having many reasons to.
RHDraney
2018-07-14 19:05:06 UTC
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Post by Bryan Styble
This one, at least for us Sinatraphiles, seems a huge one; hadn't noted she had passed the century milestone, but certainly should have realized that, as she was about her husband's age and he, as pretty much everyone knows, was born in late 1915.
You'd be surprised how little "pretty much everyone knows"...a recent
clue on Jeopardy! provoked the names of three different New Jersey
cities for Frank's birthplace, all of them wrong....r
MJ Emigh
2018-07-14 20:53:16 UTC
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This one, at least for us Sinatraphiles, seems a huge one
Is she the one who later married Zeppo? Or Gummo? I'm pretty sure it was one of the guys not usually answered when someone is asked to "Name a Marx brother."
c***@aol.com
2018-07-14 21:28:07 UTC
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No Sinatra’s last wife - who died last year - was Barbara Marx who had been married to Zeppo.
J.D. Baldwin
2018-07-15 15:57:20 UTC
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You'd be surprised how little "pretty much everyone knows"...a
recent clue on Jeopardy! provoked the names of three different New
Jersey cities for Frank's birthplace, all of them wrong....r
Sinatra was born in the city that hosted the first recorded, scored
baseball match between organized clubs, which is also the site of the
first brewery in the Americas (chartered by Peter Stuyvesant). So
that's one pretty goddamned American place.
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danny burstein
2018-07-15 16:04:57 UTC
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Post by RHDraney
You'd be surprised how little "pretty much everyone knows"...a
recent clue on Jeopardy! provoked the names of three different New
Jersey cities for Frank's birthplace, all of them wrong....r
Sinatra was born in the city that hosted the first recorded, scored
baseball match between organized clubs, which is also the site of the
first brewery in the Americas (chartered by Peter Stuyvesant). So
that's one pretty goddamned American place.
Not to mention that Ultimate Fight Between Good and Evil,
with Marlon (the younger version) Brando vs. Lee J. Cobb.

to which dannyb needs to add that Eva Marie Saint
was there, too.
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Alfalfa Bill
2018-07-16 03:40:14 UTC
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Post by danny burstein
Post by J.D. Baldwin
Post by RHDraney
You'd be surprised how little "pretty much everyone knows"...a
recent clue on Jeopardy! provoked the names of three different New
Jersey cities for Frank's birthplace, all of them wrong....r
Sinatra was born in the city that hosted the first recorded, scored
baseball match between organized clubs, which is also the site of the
first brewery in the Americas (chartered by Peter Stuyvesant). So
that's one pretty goddamned American place.
Not to mention that Ultimate Fight Between Good and Evil,
with Marlon (the younger version) Brando vs. Lee J. Cobb.
to which dannyb needs to add that Eva Marie Saint
was there, too.
I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender.
Terry del Fuego
2018-07-16 13:00:32 UTC
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On Sun, 15 Jul 2018 15:57:20 +0000 (UTC),
Post by J.D. Baldwin
Sinatra was born in the city that hosted the first recorded, scored
baseball match between organized clubs, which is also the site of the
first brewery in the Americas (chartered by Peter Stuyvesant). So
that's one pretty goddamned American place.
That's an amusing punchline given that one of the forces behind
Prohibition was (completely understandable) hatred of G*rm*ns and
their universal compulsive beer-swilling.
J.D. Baldwin
2018-07-17 01:02:08 UTC
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Post by Terry del Fuego
Post by J.D. Baldwin
Sinatra was born in the city that hosted the first recorded, scored
baseball match between organized clubs, which is also the site of the
first brewery in the Americas (chartered by Peter Stuyvesant). So
that's one pretty goddamned American place.
That's an amusing punchline given that one of the forces behind
Prohibition was (completely understandable) hatred of G*rm*ns and
their universal compulsive beer-swilling.
America: bundle o' contradictions.
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danny burstein
2018-07-17 01:05:16 UTC
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Post by J.D. Baldwin
Sinatra was born in the city that hosted the first recorded, scored
baseball match between organized clubs, which is also the site of the
first brewery in the Americas (chartered by Peter Stuyvesant). So
that's one pretty goddamned American place.
That's an amusing punchline given that one of the forces behind
Prohibition was (completely understandable) hatred of G*rm*ns and
their universal compulsive beer-swilling.
America: bundle o' contradictions.
Ddetroit: Ball of Confusion.
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Michael OConnor
2018-07-15 11:15:22 UTC
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These boots were made for dying...
c***@aol.com
2018-07-15 11:31:07 UTC
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Wrong Nancy.
Alfalfa Bill
2018-07-15 12:51:06 UTC
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Wrong Nancy.
If the boots fit, wear them.
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