An account of the Glenrowan siege from the perspective of Father Matthew Gibney.
Margaret Reardon’s account of the Glenrowan siege, including her escape from the inn.
A witness account by Charles Rawlins, a civilian who became part of the first police wave.
South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 – 1889), Saturday 3 July 1880, page 6 When we started from the platform we ran down towards the railway gates, hearing that the gang were in Jones’s public-house. The men at that time had not sufficient time to scatter, and all made towards the hotel. As we […]
A short statement by Constable Bracken recounting his involvement in the bail up at Glenrowan.
An account of the siege by one of the prisoners.
A statement by the Glenrowan stationmaster, Stanistreet.
Platelayer James Reardon’s account of the Glenrowan seige.
South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1858 – 1889), Saturday 3 July 1880, page 6 I am a sergeant of police at Wangaratta. I arrived here with five men about 5 a.m. We were at once challenged by police, and answered “Wangaratta police.” My men were then distributed around the hut, and I got to […]
An account of the Kelly Gang’s visit to Glenrowan by Jane Jones