Wanted poster for Australia's most famous Bush Ranger - Ned Kelly
Ellen Kelly, mother of Australian outlaw Ned Kelly, ca. woman in victorian dress suit wearing pants breeches trouser vintage found photo unique unusual fashion style era mid century
Australian outlaw Ned Kelly dressed in a homemade suit of metal armor. Kelly has been mythologized as a "Robin Hood" character, a political icon, and a figure of Irish Catholic and working-class resistance to the establishment and British colonial ties.
The Kelly family
Cliff pathway at The Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia
The young Ned Kelly
Dan Kelly, younger brother of Ned and gang member.
Meet Jessie Hickman, the country's most formidable—and forgotten—female outlaw.
Anton Yelnich Irish-Australian outlaw Ned Kelly, age fifteen, c. (National Museum of Australia-Canberra)
Ned Kelly's family
Ned Kelly's mother, Ellen, aged with two of her grandchildren.
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.
Edward "Ned" Kelly was an Irish Australian bushranger. He is considered by some to be merely a cold-blooded killer, while others consider him to be a folk hero and symbol of Irish Australian resistance against the Anglo-Australian ruling class.
Mary Ann Bugg, sidekick to Captain Thunderbolt, Bushranger.
Jim Kelly, Neds brother
Ned Kelly's youngest brother Jim Kelly in Old Age. Jim Kelly was in prison at the time of the Kelly uprising
~ The last photos of Ned Kelly were taken by the official Melbourne Gaol photographer, Charles Nettleton on November the day before Ned’s execution. In this full-length study, Ned holds the cord attached to his leg irons to disguise the witherin
Fourteen y.o. Jane Jones who died in 1882 (2 years after the siege) as a result of injuries received during the siege. Her brother was also killed by police bullets in the siege. Their mother, Ann Jones, owner and publican of the Glenrowan Inn lost everything ,both her children and her Inn (destroyed in the siege). She had run around screaming abuse at both the police and the Kelly gang during the shootout, only to be arrested later as a Ned Kelly sympathiser.