Meet the people of the KellyGang story
Links to the KellyGang below , Early Years , Teenage years , First run in with the law , Fitzpatrick Incident , Gold Mining , Murders at Wombat Rangers , Escape North , Euroa Robbery , Mass arrest of sympathizers , Jerilderie Robbery , Later in 1879 , Early in 1880 , Death of Aaron Sherritt , Glenrowan Siege , Ned Kelly's Trial , Royal Commission., Family.,
On the evening of the 9th Mr Gloster and I arrived at Faithfull's Creek Station and met the KellyGang.
Ned Kelly took me with him into Euroa for the robery. He paid me £2 and me the silver watch taken from the body of Constable Lonigan. I gave it to the police.(Argus13/11/78)
On 9/8/1880 I was
called upon to give evidence at Ned Kelly's committal hearing in Beechworth
about a conversation I had with him about the murders at Stringy Bark Creek.
On 29/10/1880 I gave evidence at Ned Kelly's trial (Age30/10/80) (Argus30/10/80) (JJK)
I was married at Milawa on 5
I joined the police in March 1886 as a Mounted Constable..
I was stationed at Nathalia for some years during my service in the police and was also at Wunghn
After I retired from the police as a result of "Bodily Infirmity" 31.1.1904 I bought the Cumberland Hotel, Wunghnu
I died at Nine Mile Creek, Victoria, on 3 December 1904 and I am buried together with my wife Christina in the Wunghnu Cemetry. She died in 3/10/1947