Fanchon at Howes Great London Circus (Mugivan and Bowers)

† Fanchon
ID Number:
Species: African Bush elephant (Loxodonta africana)
Sex and age:Female ♀, unknown maybe about years old (estimated age)
Dead date:
Death reason: unknown:
Location:Howes Great London Circus (Mugivan and Bowers)
ArrivedHowes Great London Circus (Mugivan and Bowers) 1913-00-00
from Forepaugh-Sells Show
Forepaugh-Sells Show 1910-00-00
from Ringling Brothers Circus
Ringling Brothers Circus 1893-00-00
from
Born: wild
Document updated2009-01-15: Species, Text
2010-04-24: corr. previous locations
Contradictory records:

Records about Fanchon from Bob Cline
1893 to 1909 - Ringling Bros. Circus
1910 to 1911 - Adam Forepaugh - Sells Bros. Circus ( owned by Ringling )
1913 - Howes Great London Circus


Records about Fanchon from William "Buckles" Woodcocks Blog at http://www.bucklesw.blogspot.com/
"Here are a few more elephants in this advertising post card for you to identify--if you believe their advertising! You spoke of the lease for the two years 4-paw-Sells was off the road and Bill Cooker dated the photo 1913, after 3-Paw-Sells had returned to the road for 1910-11. Can you tell us about the Gollmar herd in those years? How long did Ringling continue to lease elephants to their cousins? Nice to have Bill contributing to the blog. Dick Flint Baltimore
"The elephant herd on 4-Paw & Sells for the final two seasons (1910-11) consisted of 14 elephants and George Denman, brought over from Barnum & Bailey, was placed in charge." Buckles
Ring 1- Presented by Oscar Vought
1. Babe 2. Rubber 3. Vanita 4. Betts 5. Alice
Ring 2- Presented by George Denman
1. Jennie 2. Rio (male) 3. Nellie
These three young elephants were imported from Hagenbeck to much acclaim. One newspaper review stated that three Great Dane Dogs were included in the act.
Ring 3- Presented by Richard Smith
1. Queen 2. Fanchon 3. Lena 4. Romeo 5. Columbia
A 14th elephant named "Lou" did not perform."

Gollmar Ele Post Card (From Richard Flint), Buckles Web Log, 11/11/08





Records about Fanchon from William "Buckles" Woodcocks Blog at http://www.bucklesw.blogspot.com/
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