The death of Kenny Davenport

September 27, 1908
Kenny Davenport, an old Bolton Wanderers’ player, one of the best known footballers in England, died on Sunday at the Jolly Drummer Inn, Bolton, in his 47th year.

In the eighties he, with James Brogan, formed one of the most famous right wing pairs in the kingdom. He twice played for England in international games, against Wales at Burnley and Ireland at Blackburn.
(Source: Hull Daily Mail: September 29, 1908)

Kenny Davenport, Southport Central (Cricket and Football Field: October 3, 1908).


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