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Ada Elizabeth Davenport


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   6234 1.0 Ada Elizabeth Davenportfemale
6232 Father: Henry Davenport   b. about 1857 at Wigston, Leicestershire
6233 Mother: Ada Pywell   b. about 1863 at Wigston, Leicestershire   d. 22 Nov 1900 at Desborough
Birth: about 1881, at Wigston, LeicestershireCensus
Death: 29 Jan 1938, age: 57yMI  memorial
Burial: at Desborough Cemetery, DesboroughNBI

Married: James William Feakin  1902BMD
b. about 1878, at Desborough  d. 30 Sep 1944, age: 67y

   147332.1 Harold Feakinmale
Birth: about 1903, at DesboroughCensus

   147342.2 Mildred Feakinfemale
Birth: about 1904, at DesboroughCensus

   147352.3 Bertram Feakinmale
Birth: about 1909, at DesboroughCensus

   147362.4 Ida Feakinfemale
Birth: about 1910, at DesboroughCensus



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