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Patrolman Edward J. Brennan | West Orange Police Department, New Jersey West Orange Police Department, New Jersey

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Edward J. Brennan

West Orange Police Department, New Jersey

End of Watch: Monday, March 7, 1927

Bio & Incident Details

Age: Not available

Tour: Not available

Badge # Not available

Cause: Motorcycle crash

Incident Date: 3/2/1927

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Patrolman Brennan died of injures he received five days earlier when he was involved in a motorcycle accident while on duty.

Patrolman Brennan was found laying unconscious on Eagle Rock Avenue which him motorcycle laying just feet away. It is unknown how he fell.

Patrolman Brennan was taken to Orange Memorial Hospital where he died from his injuries five days later.

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Edward was my mother's uncle. They named a street after him, and the family story is that he was the first West Orange police officer to die on duty. Edward's parents came over at age 4 and 5 during The Irish Famine--Pat to Orange, Fannie to Baltimore. Pat became a hatter and was able to buy a double-lot home in Orange, then died at age 40, leaving his wife Fannie to raise Edward and his 7 surviving siblings. Edward married and raised his family on "Nanny Goat Hill", Prospect Place, in West Orange. Everyone loved and admired him.

Patty
great niece
January 13, 2013

 

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