The Ross Sisters were a trio of singers and dancers consisting of Aggie Ross, Elmira Ross, and Maggie Ross  (whose real names were Veda Victoria, Dixie Jewel and Betsy Ann Ross). They performed as a 3-part harmony trio who also danced and did acrobatics and contortionism. Their careers peaked during the 1940s, when they were featured prominently in the 1944 film Broadway Rhythm. This footage has since gained popularity on YouTube. This clip also appears in the compilation film That's Entertainment! III (1994).
The Ross Sisters were born in West Texas to Charles Adolphus and Veda Cordelia Ross. Shortly after they made "Broadway Rhythm," they moved to Europe where they appeared in "Piccadilly Hayride," a post-war London stage revue that ran from 1946 to 1948. They also recorded "Five Minutes More," a song later covered by Frank Sinatra.
Betsy Ann Ross (Aggie) was born on June 26, 1926, in Colorado City, Texas. She married Robert "Bunny" Hightower, an American dancer, on January 11, 1947. It has been claimed that he was an alcoholic suffering schizophrenia who on one occasion beat Betsy so badly that she almost died. They appeared together many times on The Ed Sullivan Show and were the parents of a son. Hightower was previously married to dancer Vera-Ellen, best known as Rosemary Clooney's sister in the film White Christmas.
Veda Victoria (Vickie) Ross (Maggie) was born on November 8, 1927, in Roscoe, Texas. She married Robert Lamouret on April March 10, 1950, in Paris. She was later married to Bob Hender.
Dixie Jewel Ross (Elmira) was born on August 9, 1929, in Loraine, Texas. On July 10, 1948, she married Richard (Dickie) Henderson, OBE, (1922–1985). They had a son Matthew and a daughter Linda. Dixie died at age 33 on July 10, 1963  and was buried in England.
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- http://www.freebmd.org.uk/ has no record of her death in England