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  1. Siobhan (Shevawn) A5: When Was The Last Time (You Told Me You Loved Me) A6: For Old Times Sake: B1: Gee Gee Track: B2: Joe: B3: Who Me: B4: Sometime, Somewhere, Somehow: B5: I Love You: B6: Lovely Evening: Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release New Submission.
  2. Shevawn Lynam was the pen name of Joan Lynam (Shevawn is the anglicisation of 'Siobhan', the Gaelic version of 'Joan'). She was born Sybil Mary Joan Lynam in Dublin, Ireland on 16 April Her parents were Charles, engineer, and Margaret "Mai" Lynam .
  3. Fairfax Elementary School Cleveland Heights, Ohio Class of Last Updated October 4, This page is maintained by Mark Boenke. If you have any additions or corrections, I'd love to hear from you, especially if you're from the class of '
  4. Famous people named Siobhan or its variations 1. Siobhán Emma Donaghy (b. ), English singer, songwriter 2.
  5. Siobhán McKenna (Irish pronunciation: [ˈʃʊwaːn̪ˠ]; – 16 November ) was an Irish stage and screen actress. Walter Slezak and Siobhán McKenna from the presentation "Woman in White" on the anthology program Dow Hour of Great Mysteries.
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  7. Mar 13,  · A while back I posted about the baby name Siobhan, which was kicked off (in the U.S.) by Irish stage actress Siobhán McKenna in The curious part was that, in , a handful of phonetic spellings of Siobhán — Shevawn, Shevon, etc. — popped up ahead of the traditional spelling.
  8. Irish Gaelic form of Jane, derived from the Anglo-Norman disyllabic form inconmedipecopapunhostfigulec.xyzinfo became widely known in the English-speaking world as a result of the fame of the actress Siobhán McKenna (–86), and has recently come to be a popular given name.

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