They had three children together: sons Zak and Jason, and daughter Lee.
As a favour to Starr, Frank Sinatra taped a special version of "The Lady Is a Tramp" re-written by Sammy Cahn for Maureen's 22nd birthday in 1968.
First living at 34 Montagu Square, Marylebone, the Starrs bought Sunny Heights, in St George's Hill, Weybridge.
In 1973, they bought Tittenhurst Park from John Lennon.
to me symbolizes music which was a part of his very soul that yielded life turning from life's warmth to cold death, his spirit being released in a dance FREE now to be 'the other half of the sky'.
Known is that John crafted the song based on dream he had.
So, regardless of John's meaning, we can take it as "B were pushed". Also the fact that he was born on the ninth as was Sean, his mothers house number was #9, his first wife Cynthias house number (when they first began dating was #18 (the 2 digits of which add up to 9), Brian Epstein first heard the Beatles play on the 9th day of the month, They got their first record contract on the 9th day of the month and John had met Yoko on the 9th day of that month. Much of this information comes from Cynthia Lennons book "John". But on the Music video they had Yoko Lip Syncing the words "John" "John" John"To my knowledge, this album "Walls & Bridges" was recorded while John and Yoko was separated and John was hanging in California with Nilsson and Pang. Makes me wish he'd left Yoko at home during other recordings (with all respect to Yoko). If you turn up the volumn at the end of Dream #9 and listen to the fade out it sounds like John is singing "I wanna f__k her, I wanna f__k her, f__k her, f__k her etc.
Because of the pregnancy, the Beatles' manager Brian Epstein arranged the wedding very quickly, hoping it would be private, with John Lennon telling her there should be no tears, or she 'wouldn't be one of the gang'.
Maureen received unsuccessful treatment for leukemia at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Washington.
She died of the disease at home on 30 December 1994 at age 48.
when Epstein's accountant suggested that the group members should move to houses near his, in Esher.
Lennon bought a house called Kenwood in St George's Hill, Weybridge, Harrison bought Kinfauns on a nearby estate in Esher, and on 24 July 1965, Starr promised that he would set up a nationwide hairdressing business for his wife, but the idea was later shelved, as she had to deal with looking after their children and being the wife of a Beatle.
In November 1987 she instructed her counsel, Thayne Forbes QC, to sue Withers, the London firm of solicitors that had handled her divorce settlement, for an alleged "breach of contract and negligence", saying that a partner, Charles Doughty, had not fully investigated Starr's finances at the time and had not given enough consideration to the settlement amount and her personal needs.