Edward Brendel

Victorian Football Association
DOB: Collingwood 1857
DOD: 14 August 1942 North Fitzroy
Games: 4 - 8
Career: 1877-1878

Edward Brendel.
Born Herman Edward Brendel in 1857.

Mark Pennings' records has an E. G. Brendell playing in 1877 recruited from East Melbourne.

The Blueseum had conflicting surnames with E. Bendell, Brandell and Brendell.

Blueseum has decided on Brendel as the correct spelling.
Problems occur when names have been Anglicised.

1877 A strong player and in following, is everywhere.
(The Footballer 1877 p36)

1878 A plucky young player, and full of activity,requires schooling; rendered his club good service as a reserve.
(The Footballer 1878, p31)

Brendel played in the Carlton-Waratah (Australian Football) match on Monday 1 July 1878 at the M.C.G.
(The Australasian p70)

1878 August 24
Hawthorn played Essendon on Essendon's Flemington home ground.
The start of the game was delayed as Hawthorn were a few players short.
Carlton's Brendall and Buddee of St.Kilda who happened to be on the ground, were brought into the side as subsitutes despite the Essendon's captain's objections.
They made very little difference as Hawthorn were trounced 9-0!

A player named Brendell played for West Melbourne against Albert Park, on July 26 1879.
The Footballer 1879, had and an E. Brendell playing for West Melbourne.

Herman Edward Brendle passed away 14 August 1942 age 86.
Residence 209 St. Georges Rd. North Fitzroy.
Fawkner Crematorium.


Blueseum: Pre VFL Players
Contributors to this page: blueycarlton .
Page last modified on Tuesday 31 of January, 2023 10:57:05 AEDT by blueycarlton.

Google Search

Random Image

1870's Vic Cricket - CFC foorballers George Coulthard and Harry F. Boyle
1987 GF - Justin Madden sandwiched in a pack.

Online Users

262 online users