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Frederick Chappell

Oxford University FC

1 cap, 0 goals

P 1 W 0 D 1 L 0 F 0: A 0
50% successful
1872-76

disciplined:
none
captaincies:
none
minutes played:
90

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Full name Frederick Chappell
There is absolute no evidence of a 'Patey' as a middle name, Patey was his father's middle name.
Changed his name on 5 February 1873 to Frederic(k) Brunning Maddison

Name Notes

Why Brunning Maddison? It appears that he took the name from his grandfather.  In the 1851 census, Frederick was with his grandparents, particularly Sarah Drake, but that was her second marriage, marrying Francis on 4 April 1825 in Limpenhoe.  However, she had previously married Brunning Maddison on 1 August 1817 in Coslany, Norwich.
Born 22 July 1849 in Westminster, London [registered as Frederick Chappell in St. James, September 1849].

Census Notes

According to the 1851 census, Frederick is in 'Limpenhoe' in Blofield, Norfolk with his older sister, Edith, and his grandparents, Francis and Sarah Drake.  Frederick is son to Frederick Patey and Eleanor (née Maddison), with one older brother, Frank and one younger sister, Marian, who are living at 25 Golden Square in Kensington, with three servants. His father is a solicitor. 

According to the 1861 census, Fredk is now living at 25 Golden Square with Edith and the rest of his family, as well as nine servants.

According to the 1871 census, Frederick is now living at 123 Harley Street in Marylebone, with two older brothers, Frank and Cecil, and his two sisters, as well as the nine servants.

According to the 1881 census, now known as Frederick Brunning Maddison in the census, and now a barrister, and just one of three of the children still living at 123 Harley Street with their parents. Alongside nine servants and an uncle Samuel.

According to the baptism record of his children, Diane in May 1886, Frederick's address was stated as 23 Portman Street, and Cecil's in January 1889, his address was stated as 4 Southwick Place, Hyde Park. He was the next-door neighbour of Reginald de Courtney Welch, who lived at number six.

Not on the 1891 census, possibly in his residence in Saint-Lunaire in Brittany, France, with his wife, Katherine.  They had two children, Diana Marion Adela and Noel Cecil Guy.

According to the 1901 census, Frederic B. is living on his own at 49 Devonshire Club in St James' Street in Westminister. His wife remained in Paris.

Married to Katherine Mary Adela Tindal, firstly at Marylebone Parish Chuch on 4 October 1882 when she was just nineteen years-old.  And again at Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, 14 April 1883.  She was a daughter of a Vice Admiral. Frederick signed his marriage certificate as Frederic Brunning Maddison.
Died 25 September 1907 in Berlin, Germany, aged 58 years 65 days [no registration].
Height/Weight not known

Source

Douglas Lammings' An English Football Internationalist Who's Who [1990], Andy Mitchell's First Eleven [2012] & FindMyPast.com

Club Career

Club(s) Chappell was educated at Marlborough before going up to Oxford University, where he was a member of Brasenose College. Although he went on to represent the university, he did not win a "blue".  After leaving university he played for the Wanderers FC and Crystal Palace FC.
Club honours FA Cup runners-up 1872-73; winner 1873-74, 1875-76;
Individual honours None

Source

Douglas Lammings' An English Football Internationalist Who's Who [1990]

England Career

Player number One of eleven who became the first players to appear for England.  He is generally regarded as the fourth, as his name appears fourth on any teamsheet.
Position(s) Full-back;
Only match No. 1, 30 November 1872, Scotland 0 England 0, friendly match at The West of Scotland Cricket Ground, Hamilton Crescent, Glasgow, aged 23 years, 132 days.
Major tournaments None
Team honours None
Individual honours None
Distinctions Frederick is the grandson of Samuel Chappell, the founder of the world-famous music store, music publishers and creators of pianos.

Beyond England

In 1876, Maddison became a barrister and was called to the bar, but in October 1884 he was disbarred at his own request, so that he could practice as a solicitor, of which he was admitted in December 1884. - An English Football Internationalists' Who's Who. Douglas Lamming (1990). Hatton Press, p.165.

 

Frederick Chappell - Career Statistics
Squads Appearances Minutes Goals Goals Ave. min. Captains Discipline
3 1 90 0 min 0 None None
Due to the fact that many matches rarely stuck to exactly ninety minutes long, allowing time for injuries, errors and substitutions.  The minutes here given can only ever be a guideline and cannot therefore be accurate, only an approximation.

 

Frederick Chappell - Match Record - All Matches - By Type of Match
Type P W D L F A GD FTS CS FAv AAv Pts % W/L
Home - Friendly 1 0 1 0 0 0 =0 0 0 0.00 0.00 50.0 =0
All 1 0 1 0 0 0 =0 0 0 0.00 0.00 50.0 =0

 

Frederick Chappell - Match History
 Club: Oxford University F.C. - 1 full cap

Coach: F.A. Committee (Charles Alcock) - 1 full capx

Age 21
- u/o 25 February 1871 - England 1 Scotland 1, Surrey Cricket Ground,The Oval, Kennington, London Fr AD Started for Scotland -
Age 23
1 1 30 November 1872 - Scotland 0 England 0, The West of Scotland Ground, Hamilton Crescent, Glasgow Fr AD Start fb
Frederick Maddison - Match History
Age 24
- 3 7 March 1874 - Scotland 2 England 1, The West of Scotland Cricket Ground, Hamilton Crescent, Glasgow Fr AL reserve
 Club: Wanderers F.C. - 0 full caps  
Age 26
- 5 4 March 1876 - Scotland 3 England 0, The West of Scotland Cricket Ground, Hamilton Crescent, Glasgow Fr AL withdrawn

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