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Alan Davenport

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In Memory of Alan Edward Davenport who passed away suddenly on 16.06.10. He had always supported the R.N.L.I for most of his life and had expressed the wish that in the event of his death, that mourners were to give the money to the R.N.L.I instead of flowers. My dad is sadly missed by May, his wife and children Ted, Jackie and Annette and Louise (his daughter in law). He had 7 grand-children and 2 of whom are in HM Royal Navy, 1 in the Army and 1 in the RAF. He also has 7 great-grandchildren, who all dearly miss him. A keen fisherman for all his life, he enjoyed boat, beach and river fishing alike. He was buried in his best suit with badges for all 3 armed forces and his R.N.L.I members badge. Sadly missed, greatly loved and Good Voyage Dad

Added by: Annette Ashton on 27 July 2010.

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