Const Cornelius Ryan

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Importance of Const Ryan (2688)

Links to the KellyGang , Early Years , Fitzpatrick Incident , Mansfield Murders , Sebastopol Cavalcade , Euroa Robbery , Jerilderie Robbery , Autum 1879, Hare replaced by Nicolson , Spring 1879 Early 1880 , Death of Aaron Sherritt , Glenrowan Siege , Ned Kelly's Trial , Reward Board , Royal Commission , Early service , Later service , Family ,

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Photograph Early Years I joined the police force in 1875. Fitzpatrick Incident 15/04/1878

Mansfield Murders 26/10/1878 On 21/10/1878 Sup Sadleir issued the orders for our search party. (Sgt Kennedy has a copy of the order)

I replaced Const Strahan at Greta for a short time (RC8849)

At the time of the murders I was out with a search party with SConst Strahan and Consts Thom and Shoebridge. (RC1727)

On the day of the murders we met Det Ward Power's Lookout (RC3133)

Sebastopol Cavalcade 7/11/1878 I was sent from Greta to meet Const Kelly at Whorouly after the Sebastopol Cavalcade. We watched the Whorouly bridge for 3 weeks (RC8020) Euroa Robbery 10/12/1878 Jerilderie Robbery 10/2/1879 Autum 1879 Hare replaced by Nicolson 6/7/1879 In July Ass Com Nicolson started regular rifle practice for the officers stationed at Benalla. See my scores (RC1014) Spring 1879 - Early 1880 On 29/9/1879 I followed on Sup Sadleir's meeting with Foote at Oxley but could not find the place where Tom Lloyd and the KellyGang had been cited (RC 2nd report XII)(RC744)

I watched Aaron Sherritt's home with Const Comyn. (RC14163)

'Nicolson replaced by Hare 2/6/1880 A few weeks before the Glenrowan siege Consts Barry, and Wallace and I were sent to watch the Kelly home (RC5817) ' Glenrowan Siege 28/6/1880

Begining of the siege


Arrival of Sup Sadleir and police from Benalla

I arrived at Glenrowan with Sup Sadeir's party


.The next night I looked after Ned Kelly in the police cells in Benalla. (The Age 11/8/1880)

Kelly Reward Board

Following the meetings of the Reward Board in December 1880 I recieved a reward of about £115

Royal Commission I did not give evidence to the Royal Commission Early Service Later Service


wife ?... children ?.... home ?..

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