The Kelly Gang - L - R - Ned Kelly, Dan Kelly, Steve Hart - below is Joe Byrne

Kelly Gang - Ned & Dan Kelly, Steve Hart, Joe Byrne (below). They roped him to the gaol door to hold him up for the photographers.

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.

Isaiah ‘Wild’ Wright ‘lost’ a horse while at the Kelly homestead and failed to tell Ned Kelly that it was stolen. Ned found the horse and rode it past the Greta Police Station to earn a brutal pistol-whipping from Constable Hall, who also tried to shoot him. Wild was sentenced to eighteen months while Ned was sentenced to three years hard labour.

The family friend who let Ned borrow his stolen horse. Name: Isaiah "Wild" Wright

the grave of john "red" kelly, irish convict, father of ned (avenal cemetery)

~ the grave of john "red" kelly, irish convict, father of ned (avenal cemetery) .

Mrs Ellen Kelly and two granddaughters

Ned Kelly's mother, Ellen, aged with two of her grandchildren.

1880: The burnt remains of the hotel in Glenrowan, shortly after the Kelly Gang’s last stand.

The burnt remains of the hotel in Glenrowan, shortly after the Kelly Gang’s last stand.

Ned Kelly's youngest brother Jim Kelly in Old Age. Jim Kelly was in prison at the time of the Kelly uprising

Relive the Kelly Gang's Last Stand through the brilliance of anamatronics

Joe Byrne - Kelly Gang

Joseph Byrne also known as Joe Byrne (November - June 28 was an Australian bushranger. He is known as the lieutenant of the Kelly Gang. He was shot dead in the siege of Glenrowan.

~ The last photos of Ned Kelly were taken by the official Melbourne Gaol photographer, Charles Nettleton on November the day before Ned’s execution. In this full-length study, Ned holds the cord attached to his leg irons to disguise the witherin

Kelly Gang Wanted Posters - Dan Kelly

Wanted posters providing information about each member of the infamous Kelly Gang. Four posters showing the main events that lead to the siege at .

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

Originally penned in 1879 by Joe Byrne as dictated to him by Ned Kelly, this letter was first published in the 1948 edition of 'Australian Son'. Introducing it, Max Brown said, ‘Following is an 8,300 word statement I have called The Jerilderie Letter. This is the document Kelly handed to Living ... It is one of the most powerful and extraordinary of Australian historical documents, and represents over half of Kelly’s extant writings and by far his best single written statement.'

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

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Ned Kelly - Australian Town and Country Journal 30 Jul 1880

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DNA was asked from the boots as reported in the news.

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