From KellyGang
Jump to: navigation, search

Side of Authority
This page contains content from police and those who supported authority.

Importance of Tracker Hero

One of the aboriginal police trackers from Queensland Links to the KellyGang below, Early Years ,Arrival in Victoria, 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 ,

Links to the KellyGang

Arrival in Victoria 6/3/1879 I and 5 other Queensland trackers with Senior Constable King and Insp O'Connor had come down to Sydney by ship. We then travelled from Sydney to Albury by train. At 7 pm on 6/3/1879. The names of my fellow trackers were Corporal Sambo and Troopers Johnny, Jimmy, Barney, and Jack. We arrived at Benalla at 2pm on 10/3/1879. (RC1073) Photograph Glenrowan Siege 28/6/1880

Special train leaves Melbourne to go to Beechworth - follow up on death of Aaron Sherritt

We caught the train at Essendon

Train leaves Benalla


Arrive at Glenrowan

I arrived at Glenrowan by train at about 2.30 am on the morning of the siege with Sup Hare

Begining of the siege

I was just outside the fence, near SConst Kelly when the first shot was fired. (RC8079) See also (RC7774.7368)

Kelly Reward Board

Following the meetings of the Reward Board in December 1880 I recieved a reward of about £50

Royal Commission I was not called to give evidence before the Royal Commission

Early Service

Later Service


wife ?... children ?.... home ?..

What is happened to Hero KellyGang