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- Margaret Gibson: Ella Margaret Gibson, was an American stage and silent film actress who had leading roles in Vitagraph westerns, often opposite William Clifford. She also appeared with Charles Ray in The Coward and later worked in two Westerns with William S. Hart: The Money Corral and Sand!. In 1999 it was reported that on the afternoon of October 21, 1964 she made a dying confession to the murder of director William Desmond Taylor.
- also known as Patricia Palmer, Helen Gibson, Margie Gibson, Marguerite Gibson, Patsy Palmer, Ella Margaret Lewis, Ella Margaret Arce, Pat Lewis, Ella Margaret "Gibby" Gibson, Gibby
- born on (121 years ago) in Colorado Springs
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Actor
- died on (51 years ago) in Hollywood of myocardial infarction
- buried in Holy Cross Cemetery
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- Margaret Gibson was a Canadian novelist and short story writer who lived in Toronto, Ontario.
- Margaret Gibson is an American poet.
- Margaret Gibson a.k.a. Meg Gibson is an actress.
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- Margaret Gibson is the wife of Sloan D. Gibson.
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Margaret Gibson is a fictional character from the 1994 film For the Love of Aaron.
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Margaret Gibson is an evangelist seeking to promote the Word of GOD through writing and broadcasting.
Science and Homosexualities (2013)
by Vernon A. Rosario, M.D.
Margaret Gibson is an independent scholar in the history ...
Volume 9: Literature by M. Thomas Inge
Ammons, Wendell Berry, John William Corrington, Julia Fields, Dabney Stuart, Miller Williams, Fred Chappell, Betty Adcock, Margaret Gibson, Jonathan Williams, and Dave Smith. Pulitzer Prize ...
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