November 20, 2019
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Ned Kelly Timeline
English Assessment Term 4 2019
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A 14-year-old Kelly assaults a Chinese pig farmer and spends close to two weeks in police custody.
Arrested again for assault.
Born Edward Kelly in Beveridge, north of Melbourne.
Arrested for riding a stolen horse and fighting with police. Sentenced 3 years' jail.
Ned Kelly and his gang kill three police from a group sent to track him down at Stringy Bark Creek in bushland near Mansfield.
Ned Kelly goes into hiding after being accused of assaulting a police officer.
Ned Kelly and his gang hold up a bank in Euroa.
Ned Kelly and his gang dress as cops and rob a bank in Jerilderie.
A shootout between police and Kelly gang at Glenrowan Inn. Ned Kelly is arrested, the three members of his gang die in the shootout.
Ned Kelly faces trial and is sentenced to death.
Ned Kelly is hanged. Two Melbourne newspapers report his last words as "Such is Life".
The remains of prisoners, including Ned Kelly's remains, transferred from Old Melbourne Gaol to Pentridge Prison.
A skull believed to belong to Ned Kelly is given to the Victorian Institute of forensic Medicine for identification. Efforts to identify his remains among those exhumed from Pentridge Prison begin.
Victorian government announces the remains are those of Ned Kelly.
Ned Kelly's remains are buried.
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