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Importance of Samuel Kennedy
A sympathizer and horse trader.
Links to the KellyGang below , Early Years., Teenage years., First run in with the law., Fitzpatrick Incident., Gold Mining., Mansfield Murders., Escape North., Euroa Robbery., Mass arrest of sympathizers., Jerilderie Robbery., Later in 1879., Early in 1880., Death of Aaron Sherritt., Glenrowan Siege., Ned Kelly's Trial., Royal Commission., Family.,
brothers Richard Kennedy sisters ?... wife Rachel children Torrens, Alexander, Elizabeth Sarah, Jean parents Hugh Kennedy and Elizabeth Bowler uncles ?... aunts ?...
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Photograph First run in with the law I was born in
My friends William and Gustav Baumgarten, John Studders and I were charged with receiving the animals knowing that they had been stolen. While I knew Ned Kelly I was not involved in this matter and the case against me was adjourned. Was Ned Kelly the Thompson who the police could not find. Det Brown investigated us. (Argus2/5/78) (Argus14/10/78) (RC8813) (Argus2/11/1878)
Eventually William Baumgarten and I were taken to trail in the Supreme Court in Beechworth in October 1878 before Mr Justice Barry. We were found guilty and I received 6 years in goal. William got 4 years
Euroa Robbery 10/12/1878 Was I helping the boys at Faithful's Creek Mass arrest of the sympathizers They did not get me
Jerilderie Robbery 10/2/1879 Did I help look after the town Glenrowan Siege 28/6/1880 Was I there to assist down at the railway line After the Siege I retained my friendship with Bricky Williamson for the rest of my life
I died in 1942
What happened to Samuel Kennedy's family