Aged seven, he died of typhoid fever, along with his mother, during the French and Indian War. He was buried in a hill next to the Homestead with his mother and, eventually, his father. Ratonhnhaké:ton took on the name "Connor" upon Achilles' suggestion, for easier interaction with the colonists.
He was portrayed in a painting with his parents, which had been kept in their home in New York City until it was retrieved by Ratonhnhaké:ton at Achilles' request, although he chose not to hang it on the wall, or even take the sheet off of it. After the last Davenport died, it was uncovered and hung in the manor's dining room above the fireplace.
- Connor's given date of death is inconsistent: in Assassin's Creed III, it is shown as 1755 on his gravestone, which is corroborated by Achilles' database entry in Assassin's Creed: Rogue. However, Rogue also shows Shay Cormac and Liam O'Brien discussing the passing of Connor in the memory "One Little Victory", which takes place in May 1754.