|1824||Hume||Hume and Hovell travelled from New South Wales. They were the first while men to see the Kelly Country|
Sturt explores the River Murray to the sea.
|1834||Joe Byrne's grandfather, Joe Byrne arrives in NSW as a convict|
and Bonegilla settled near
John Batman in Port Phillip.(area of Melbourne)
|1836||Mitchell||Major Mithchell travelled through North Eastern Victoria|
came from New South Wales to take up land in the upper Murray
River valley. Some of them came down through the Monaro and others
came down a route the follows the present line of the Hume Highway.They
followed Major Mitchell's story of good land in "Australia Felix'.
Many were pushed south by drought in New South Wales
|1838||Kiewa, Mitta, Ovens & King valleys settled by squatters from the north. Also squatting runs at Euroa, Benalla, and Mansfield.|
|4/1838||Faithfulls Creek massacre of aboriginals|
|1839||Overland mail service established between Sydney and Melbourne, travelled through Albury and Benalla.|
|1839||Latrobe appointed superintendent of Port Phillip.|
|1841||John Kelly||Ned Kelly's father John (Red) Kelly was sentenced and transported to Van Dieman's land|
|1842||Red Kelly||Red Kelly arrives
in Australia as a convict
Tom and Jack Lloyd snr arrived in Victoria
|1844||Quinn||James Quinn settled his family at Wallan.|
|1847||By 1847 most of north eastern Victoria was settled by squatters|
|1848||Red Kelly||Tasmania||Red Kelly given a Certificate of Freeedom|
|1850||Gold discovered in Victoria
Railway from Sydney to Goulburn (in New South Wales) built.
|15/11/1850||Kelly Mrs||Melbourne||Red Kelly and Ellen Quinn married in Melbourne|
|Black Thursday bushfires in most of
North Eastern Victoria
Gold found at Ballarat.
Victoria becomes a separate Colony
town of Mansfield founded
|25/2/1851||Kelly Mrs||Beveridge||Red Kelly and Ellen Quinn first child died soon after birth|
|1852||gold found on
Sadlier, Chomley, Winch, and Nicolson joined the Victoria Police as cadets
Jack Lloyd married Kate Quinn
Brooke Smith joined police
|Town of Greta
Ovens gold riot
First steamers come up the River Murray into Victoria.
Baber joined Victoria Police as a cadet
Mr and Mrs Sherritt married in Ireland
|11/1853||Kelly Mrs||Anne born to Red Kelly and Ellen|
This document gives you a time line of events associated with the KellyGang.