See also:American actor,
See also:born in Boston, made his first appearance on the stage in
See also:Providence in support of Junius
See also:Booth . Afterwards he went to England, where he supported Mrs Anna Cora Mowatt (Ritchie) (1819-187o), Macready and others . In 1854 he was again in the
See also:United States, appearing in Shakespearian plays and in dramatizations of Dickens's novels . As
See also:Bill Sykes he was especially successful, and his
See also:Giles Overreach and Brutus were also greatly admired . He died at
See also:Canton, Pennsylvania, on the 1st of
See also:September 1877 . In 1849 he had married Fanny Vining (Mrs
See also:Charles Gill) (d . 1891), an
See also:English actress also in Mrs Mowatt's
See also:company . Their daughter FANNY (
See also:LILY GIpsY) DAVENPORT (1850—1898) appeared in
See also:America at the age of twelve as the
See also:king of Spain in Faint Heart Never Won
See also:Lady . Later (1869) she was a member of
See also:Daly's company; and after-wards, with a company of her own, acted with especial success in
See also:Sardou's Fedora (1883),
See also:Cleopatra (189o), and similar plays . Her last appearance was on the 25th of
See also:March 1898, shortly before her
See also:death .
ROBERT DAVENPORT (fl. 1623—1639)
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