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James Davenport (1716—1757) Congregationalist minister in America

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Lester Davenport (b. 1932)

Marcia Davenport (1903—1994)

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Matthew Davenport Hill (1792—1872) penal reformer

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Robert Davenport (fl. c. 1614—1650) playwright

Roger W. Davenport

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A small chest of drawers with a sloping desk top, first made in England in the late 18th century by Gillow of Lancaster for a Captain Davenport and very popular during the early part of the 19th century.

Subjects: Art.

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