Pip Davenport invented a number of famous fun-fair rides. Some of his remarkable inventions are the flying saucer and the stallions.
saw at thorpe park
he helped his uncle henry at the fairground and studied in the night and created fairground rides and won prizes for it
Pip Davenport was born to Martha Davenport (maiden name: Perryman) and Oison Davenport on the 4th of January, 1850.
Year if Death Pip Davenport died in 1920.at the age of what
Pip Davenport had one child named George
He married a woman named Hettie.
he is a funfair ride inventor and he won a prize for his inventions
yes ,but monkeys are much much cooler anyway
He was born on the 4th of January in the year 1850 in a place called Slewsbury.
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It was invented in 1834 by Thomas Davenport.
Make it up, maybe he died in a car accident, I don't know, I'm not superman
Pip Davenport was an fairground ride inventor who lived from 1850 - 1920. He was married to a lady called Hettie and grew up in Slewsbury. No body had heard of him until he cropped up in a years 6 SATs test, where you had to make up and write a biography about him using only some vague details given to you.
Anne Wood and Andrew Davenport
Stephen Davenport has written: 'A description of the new-invented table air-pump'
Mr Fredrick pip invented the football workd cup :)
The Victorian Era saw the invention of mechanized and steam driven rides. These rides included the Carousel of Horses, Wave Swingers, and Revolving Chairs.
He first invented the 'Juggernaut'.
He married a lady named Hettie but I haven't got a clue what year !