Const Stillard

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Mounted Const John Lord Stillard

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Importance of Const Stillard (No 3110)

I was at Glenrowan

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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



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

The History of Cobram where I went to live, records that I donated the reward to the Mooroopna Base Hospital.

Royal Commission I was not called to give evidence to the Royal Commission Early Service I was born on 12th August 1856 Later Service After the seige at Glenrowan I went with my family to live in Cobram in a Brick House built from bricks made by Samuel Steward.

Samuel Steward was the son of William Steward and Ann Asquith. Ann was the sister of Christopher Asquith junior of Barjarj Station.

The Stillard family in more recent years, sold their Kelly armour pieces to the Victorian Government.

In later years by co-incidence, a descendent of Samuel Steward married a descendent of Const Stillard.


wife I married: Jane Currie in 1884 children 9 - 6 boys, 3 girls. home ?.. I died on 28th November 1938

' What happened to Const Stillard's family' KellyGang