Ned Kelly Australian Outlaw

Edward "Ned" Kelly (June 1854 or 1855 – 11 November was an Irish Australian bushranger. Kelly's legacy is controversial; some consider him to be a murderous villain, while others view him as a folk hero and Australia's equivalent of Robin Hood.

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.

Ned Kelly

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 image of the Kelly Gang was placed on this tree to commemorate the killing of the 3 policemen in 1878 in the Battle of Stringybark by the gang. Slowly the plaque is being swallowed up... near Mansfield, Victoria photo by jadoretotravel

The image of the Kelly Gang was placed on this tree to commemorate the killing of the 3 policemen in 1878 in the Battle of Stringybark by the gang. Slowly the plaque is being swallowed up. near Mansfield, Victoria ©photo by jadoretotravel

the grave of john "red" kelly, irish convict, father of ned (avenal cemetery)

the grave of john "red" kelly, irish convict, father of ned (avenal cemetery)

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