In January 1859, when his son Ned was nearly four years old, John Kelly built the family a timber cottage in Beveridge. It was a typical Irish style of cottage with an earthen floor and drainage running between rooms. Internally, there were only two rooms and there was no ceiling, while the bluestone chimney dominated the house.

Biography, landmarks and exhibitions, depictions in the media and the arts, and image gallery of Ned Kelly Australian Iron Outlaw and the Kelly Gang.

Frederick Wordsworth Ward (aka Captain Thunderbolt) (1835–25 May 1870) was an Australian bushranger renowned for escaping from Cockatoo Island, and also for his reputation as the "gentleman bushranger" and his lengthy survival, being the longest roaming bushranger in Australian history. Known in the New England area of New South Wales....read more on wikipedia... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_Thunderbolt

The official photo of the man shot at Uralla in 1870 who police claimed was Captain Thunderbolt, but which Mr Cupit believes is most likely Thunderbolt's uncle Harry who had made a habit of impersonating Thunderbolt.

Frederick Wordsworth Ward (aka Captain Thunderbolt) (1835–25 May 1870) was an Australian bushranger renowned for escaping from Cockatoo Island, and also for his reputation as the "gentleman bushranger" and his lengthy survival, being the longest roaming bushranger in Australian history. Known in the New England area of New South Wales....read more on wikipedia... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_Thunderbolt

The official photo of the man shot at Uralla in 1870 who police claimed was Captain Thunderbolt, but which Mr Cupit believes is most likely Thunderbolt's uncle Harry who had made a habit of impersonating Thunderbolt.

Martin Cash - Bushranger Martin Cash was Tasmania's most notorious bushranger

Is this your ancestor? Explore genealogy for Martin Cash born 1808 Enniscorthy, County Wexford, Ireland, died 1877 Glenorchy, Tasmania including research + children + 1 photos + 1 genealogist comments + more in the free family tree community.

‘Captain Moonlite,’ was one of Australia's most colourful bushrangers. His gang terrorised New South Wales communities and held a number of bail ups throughout the 1970's. After James Nesbitt, a fellow gang member was killed at Wantabadgery Station in 1879 Captain Moonlight was apprehended and then hanged in 1880, before being buried at Rookwood. Cemetery in Sydney. His remains were eventually exhumed in 1995 and reinterred at Gundagai next to Nesbitt’s grave as per his final wishes.

‘Captain Moonlite,’ was one of Australia's most colourful bushrangers. His gang terrorised New South Wales communities and held a number of bail ups throughout the 1970's. After James Nesbitt, a fellow gang member was killed at Wantabadgery Station in 1879 Captain Moonlight was apprehended and then hanged in 1880, before being buried at Rookwood. Cemetery in Sydney. His remains were eventually exhumed in 1995 and reinterred at Gundagai next to Nesbitt’s grave as per his final wishes.

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Fig. 3. ‘The Bushranger’s Tragedy’, Australasian Sketcher, 23 November 1878,front cover. Pictures Collection, A/S23/11/78/129. six head-portrait engravings [newspaper illustration] The Four constables and two Kelly brothers from the shoot-out at Glenrowan

‘The Bushranger’s Tragedy’, Australasian Sketcher, 23 November cover. Pictures Collection, six head-portrait engravings [newspaper illustration] The Four constables and two Kelly brothers from the shoot-out at Glenrowan

Constable Alex Fitzpatrick, on record as ‘a liar and a larrikin’, tried to rescue his police career by the arrest of Dan Kelly at the Kelly home on 15 April, 1878. Debate still rages as to whether Ned was ever present.

Constable Alex Fitzpatrick, on record as ‘a liar and a larrikin’, tried to rescue his police career by the arrest of Dan Kelly at the Kelly home on 15 April, Debate still rages as to whether Ned was ever present.

The Trial of Ned Kelly, 1880 - download the Full brief for the prosecution here: https://digitised-collections.unimelb.edu.au/handle/11343/21319

Edward Kelly wilful murder: brief for the prosecution

Ten year old Ned was able to rescue the seven year old Richard Shelton from drowning when he fell in the creek opposite the Kelly home. His courage must have been exemplary for the Shelton family saw fit to make a public occasion of it by presenting him with a gold-fringed sash.

Biography, landmarks and exhibitions, depictions in the media and the arts, and image gallery of Ned Kelly Australian Iron Outlaw and the Kelly Gang.

Captain Thunderbolt

Despite dubbing himself with a title more fitting for a comic book hero than an Australian bushranger, ‘Captain Thunderbolt’ Frederick Ward recruited children for armed holdups and shoo…

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