Romsey Australia - Early Settlers Homes and Bush Huts in Australia.

Romsey Australia - Early Settlers Homes and Bush Huts in Australia.

Early settlers of the Goldfields in Australia, standing outside their home. website dedicated to keast burke.

Ellen Kelly’s release from prison in February 1881 is commemorated by this photo taken at the Kelly homestead. Scarcely more than two months later, Constable Robert Graham visited here with Father Thomas Egan of Wangaratta and gained Mrs Kelly’s help in defusing the ongoing Kelly rebellion.

Ellen Kelly’s release from prison in February 1881 is commemorated by this photo taken at the Kelly homestead. Scarcely more than two months later, Constable Robert Graham visited here with Father Thomas Egan of Wangaratta and gained Mrs Kelly’s help in defusing the ongoing Kelly rebellion.

Settler's home built in 1861 four kilometres inland from Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Australia

Settler's home built in 1861 four kilometres inland from Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Australia

John “Red” Kelly, the father of Ned Kelly, was born and raised in Ireland, where he was convicted of criminal acts sometime during his adulthood. There is uncertainty surrounding the ex…

The Life Of Ned Kelly

John “Red” Kelly, the father of Ned Kelly, was born and raised in Ireland, where he was convicted of criminal acts sometime during his adulthood. There is uncertainty surrounding the ex…

Drummoyne borough map. Available to purchase as an archival print. Contact the Library Shop for details. Print number C006720016

Drummoyne borough map. Available to purchase as an archival print. Contact the Library Shop for details. Print number C006720016


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Kate Kelly (aka Catherine Ada Kelly) (12 July 1863 - October 1898) was the sister of famous Australian outlaw Ned Kelly.  It is believed she drowned in Lake Forbes, a small pond situated in the middle of Forbes, while saving an Aboriginal child that was in trouble during a flood of the lake. She was buried in Forbes Cemetery, aged 36.

Kate Kelly (aka Catherine Ada Kelly) (12 July 1863 - October 1898) was the sister of famous Australian outlaw Ned Kelly. It is believed she drowned in Lake Forbes, a small pond situated in the middle of Forbes, while saving an Aboriginal child that was in trouble during a flood of the lake. She was buried in Forbes Cemetery, aged 36.

'Civilization in the bush'  ca. 1800's. Photo shared by the State Library Victoria. v@e.

'Civilization in the bush' ca. 1800's. Photo shared by the State Library Victoria. v@e.

The Kelly Gang - L - R - Ned Kelly, Dan Kelly, Steve Hart - below is Joe Byrne

The Kelly Gang - L - R - Ned Kelly, Dan Kelly, Steve Hart - below is Joe Byrne

Fig. 5. Studio portrait of Dan Kelly taken by James Bray. Brother of Ned Kelly and member of the infamous Kelly Gang.

Fig. 5. Studio portrait of Dan Kelly taken by James Bray. Brother of Ned Kelly and member of the infamous Kelly Gang.

The last photos of Ned Kelly were taken by the official Melbourne Gaol photographer, Charles Nettleton on November 10, 1880, the day before Ned’s execution. In this full-length study, Ned holds the cord attached to his leg irons to disguise the withering of his wounded left arm and rests a fist on his hip to mask a crippled hand.

The last photos of Ned Kelly were taken by the official Melbourne Gaol photographer, Charles Nettleton on November 10, 1880, the day before Ned’s execution. In this full-length study, Ned holds the cord attached to his leg irons to disguise the withering of his wounded left arm and rests a fist on his hip to mask a crippled hand.

Sometimes I think I was born in the wrong century, cos I would love to have lived like that!

Sometimes I think I was born in the wrong century, cos I would love to have lived like that!

Ellen Kelly, photographed in 1911 at age seventy-nine, with two of her grand-daughters, Lil and Alice Knight, daughters of Ellen junior. This amazing woman would live a further fourteen years and witness the birth of the motor car in Australia as well as listen to the horror stories from grandsons who survived the front lines of World War One.

Ellen Kelly, photographed in 1911 at age seventy-nine, with two of her grand-daughters, Lil and Alice Knight, daughters of Ellen junior. This amazing woman would live a further fourteen years and witness the birth of the motor car in Australia as well as listen to the horror stories from grandsons who survived the front lines of World War One.

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