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After WW II Dache branched out into creative ready-to-wear dresses and accessories for the next two decades, and finally retired (1968). With the deaths of her father and first husband, she removed to Paris, where she later married (1683) the publisher and editor, Andre Dacier, and both of them converted to Catholicism.
A specialist in the classics, Madame Dacier produced the first French translation of the Greek poet Sappho in .
She held the distinction of being the oldest person in Scotland (June, 2001 – Dec, 2005) and the oldest person in the United Kingdom (April, 2004 – Dec, 2005).
Lucy D’Abreu died (Dec 7, 2005) at Stirling aged one hundred and thirteen years.
After her arrival in Paris she worked in the same capacity under the leading French milliners, Caroline Rebux and Suzanne Talbot before immigrating to the USA (1914).
Dache settled in Atlantic City with relatives before moving to New York where she worked as a saleswoman in a laege department store.
Maria Dabrowska died (May 19, 1965) aged seventy-five, in Warsaw.
Dache, Lilly – (1898 – 1989) American milliner Lilly Dache was born at Beigles in France, and was apprenticed as a young girl to a milliner in Bordeaux.
The sisters co-wrote (1921) and established the Dacomb College in Little Collins Street, Melbourne (1936).
Dacre, Anne Sackville, Lady – (1534 – 1595) English Tudor courtier Anne Sackville was the daughter of Sir Richard Sackville, treasurer of the exchequer to Queen Elizabeth I, and his wife Winifred Brydges, later the wife of William Paulet, Marquess of Winchester.
She was sister to Thomas Sackville, the first Earl of Dorset.
c303 AD) Greek Christian martyr Daama (also called Damia) was killed at Tomis, on the Black Sea in Asia Minor, probably during the persecutions initiated by the Roman emperors Diocletian and Maximian Daia.
Her feast was recorded in the Pels, Auguste van D’Abreu, Lucy Victoria – (1892 – 2005) British centenarian Born Lucy d’Souza at Dharwar in India (May 24, 1892), she was married (1913) to a surgeon, Abundius d’Abreu, to whom she bore several children.