Charles Nudd

Victorian Football Association
DOB: 27 August 1856 Collingwood
DOD: 10 January 1938
Games: 8 - 9
Goals: 2
Career: 1880 - 1881

Charles Edwin Nudd lived all his life in the Collingwood area, passing away in 1938.

1878 April 08
At the sixth annual meeting of the Excelsior Football Club, C. Nudd was appointed as vice captain. (Leader April 13 p13)

Could this be Charles Nudd or his brother Henry 'Harry' Nudd?
From an 1881 old players team photo.

1880 One of the promising lads to fill the ranks of the Blues from Carlton Juniors who was second of that name to play with the Blues.
(The Carlton Story, H. Buggy and H. Bell p48)

1880 June 12
C. Nudd named in Carlton team that played West Melbourne at East Melbourne Cricket Ground.

1880 June 19
Named in the side that played Essendon at Princes Oval.

1880 July 10
Named in the side that played Melbourne at East Melbourne C. G.

1880 July 26
Named in the side that played Norwood (S.A.) at East Melbourne C.G.

1880 For a young player is a magnificient kick, and displayed great improvement all round, as the season advanced.
(The Footballer 1880 p23)

1881 Has played occasionally. (In First Twenty)
(The Footballer 1881 p24)

1881 Reserves. A splendid kick and good wing player, won a second twenty drop-kick and V.Robertson's trophies.
(The Footballer 1881 p24)

1889 December 20
At the Britannia Football Club social a Mr. C. Nudd was presented with a gold medal for good centre play. Same person?

1938 January 12 Wednesday
Charles Edwin Nudd's remains left his house at 362 Wellington Street Collingwood for his funeral at the Fawkner Cemetery. Charles was aged 82 and was a resident of Collingwood for 82 years.

Brother of Henry 'Harry' Nudd

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