Bushrangers Shot or Hanged
BUSHRANGERS SHOT OR HANGED, BETWEEN 1862 AND 1867
Ross, Alexander, hanged.
Ross, Charles, hanged.
Heather, shot dead by Mr. Lowe.
Robardy, Charles, hanged.
Cummings, John, shot dead by one of his mates in an attempt to rescue him.
Lowry, J. F., shot dead by Sen. Sergeant Stevenson.
Burke, shot dead by Mr. Keightley. Mr. Keightley was taken prisoner by Hall and other bushrangers, and £500 ransom demanded. Mrs. Keightley went to Bathurst and got the money, and her husband was released.
O’Meally, shot dead by Mr. Campbell, at Goimbla.
Lowry, James, shot dead by Constable Ward.
Smith, shot dead at Wondilla, by Constable Saunders.
Morgan, Daniel, shot dead by a Victorian stockman, named Quinlan, at Peechlebar station, Victoria.
Hall, Benjamin, shot dead by Sub-Inspector Davidson,Constable Condell, and party and black tracker, near Forbes.
Gilbert, John, shot dead by Constable Bright, near Binalong.
Dunn, John, hanged at Darlinghurst.
Rielly, shot dead by Constable M’Glone.
Connell, Patrick, shot dead by police.
Burke (at one time belonging to Gardiner’s gang), hanged at Melbourne.
Clarke, John, hanged at Darlinghurst.
Clarke, Thomas, hanged at Dariinghurst.
Ward, Frederick (alias Thunderbolt), shot dead by Constable Walker, near Uralla.