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  (b. 10 April 1850 London, England   d. 26 September 1898 Duxbury, Massachusetts, USA )  

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Fanny Lily Gypsy DAVENPORT was born 10 April 1850 in London, England

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Fanny Lily Gypsy DAVENPORT died 26 September 1898 in Duxbury, Massachusetts, USA .

Occupation: stage actress

daughter of Edward Loomis Davenport and Fanny Vining

m. Edwin B. Price
Willet Melbourne MacDowell

Her first husband was Edwin B. Price, an actor. They married on July 30, 1879, and divorced on June 8, 1888. On May 18, 1889, she married her leading man, Melbourne MacDowell. Both marriages were childless. wikipedia

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birth1850 Birth
10 April 1850
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Davenport, Fanny (1850–1898)
American actress-manager, one of the most successful of the late-19th century. Born Fanny Lily Gypsy Davenport in London, England, on April 10, 1850; died in South Duxbury, Massachusetts, on September 26, 1898; eldest daughter and one of seven children of Edward L. (an actor) and Fanny Elizabeth (Vining) Gill Davenport (an English actress); attended Boston public schools; married Edwin H. Price (an actor and later her business manager), on July 30, 1879 (divorced 1888); married William Melbourne MacDowell, on May 19, 1889.

Fanny Davenport, the most popular and successful actress-manager of the late-19th century, was born in London in 1850. Brought to Boston as a child, she followed her famous parents into the theater there, often appearing with her father's company. She made her New York debut at age 11 as King Charles in Faint Heart Never Won Fair Lady, a play produced by her father and J.W. Wallack, Jr. Her first adult role came in Still Waters Run...Read MORE...
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death1898 Death
26 September 1898
Duxbury, Massachusetts, USA (Cedar Crest) (South Duxbury) (West Duxbury)

She died at the age of 48.
Added: 3/18/2022 5:05:22 PM - Updated: 3/21/2022 6:14:16 PM
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Never sit down to the piano uninvited, unless you are alone in the parlor. Do not take any book you may find in the room away from it.
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Roast two tart apples until they are soft;
put them in a pitcher,
pour upon them a pint of cold water,
and let it stand in a cool place an hour.

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