Const Patrick Walsh

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Importance of Foot Const Patrick Walsh (2057)

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

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Murders at Stringy Bark Creek in the Wombat Ranges 26/10/1878 Photograph Mr Laing told me about the Delaney brothers, John and Daniel, and a siting of the KellyGang as they passed near One Mile Bridge in Wangaratta in the morning of 3/11/1878. I told Insp Brook Smith about it. I was the senior constable based in Wangaratta.(RC13960) (RC17291) (RC17420) (RC17488) Glenrowan Siege 28/6/1880


Arrival of police from Wangaratta and Benalla

I arrived at Glenrowan about 5.40 am with the party of police from Wangaratta. (RC13960) (RC9402)

Soon after we arrived I met Sgt Whelan and Sup Sadleir (RC5974)


On 29/6/80 Scont John Coghlan. Consts Robert Griffin, Robert Bunker, Waldron and I were part of the guard on Ned Kelly when he came down to Melbourne on the train (Argus 30/6/80)

Kelly Reward Board

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

Consts Bunker, Coghlan, Griffin and Walsh's applications for a share in the reward was rejected by the Reward Board

Royal Commission I was not called to give evidence before the Royal Commission Early Service Later Service


wife ?... children ?.... home ?..

What happened to Const Walsh's family KellyGang