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Overview (2)

Born in Liverpool, Lancashire, England, UK
Died in Brighton, Sussex, England, UK

Mini Bio (1)

Alfred Lennon (14 December 1912 - 1 April 1976) was the father of English musician John Lennon. He spent many years in an orphanage-with his sister, Edith-after his father died. He was known as being very witty and musical throughout his life-he sang and played the banjo-but not as being very dependable. Although always known informally as Alf by his family, he later released a record as Freddie Lennon, and was referenced and quoted in newspapers and media under that name.

He married Julia Lennon (née Stanley) in 1938. John was their only child together, but as Alf was often away at sea during World War II, he did not see much of his child during his infancy. He had very little contact with his son until Beatlemania, when they met again, but later had only intermittent contact with each other. He died in Brighton, where he had gone to live after marrying Pauline Jones, with whom he had two sons.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: MmOI

Spouse (2)

Pauline Jones (1966 - 1 April 1976) ( his death)
Julia Lennon (3 December 1938 - ?) ( her death) ( 1 child)

Trivia (1)

Father of John Lennon, grandfather of Julian Lennon.

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