NEW SOUTH WALES POLICE.
List of offenders known as bushrangers killed or wounded in the colony of New South Wales, from March 1862, to 7th June, 1870.
The information is given under the following heads— date, name, particulars of offence; killed, wounded, &c. ; information respecting offenders, family, &c.
November, 1862.—Alexander Ross, robbery under arms ;
executed ; stranger in New South Wales ; unknown. November, 1862.—Charles Ross, robbery under arms ;
executed ; stranger in New South Wales ; unknown.
December, 1862.—Henry Manns, robbery under arms ;
executed ; stockman to Mr McCansh, Murrumburrah.
August, 1863.—Frederick Lowry, robbery of Mudgee mail ;
shot dead whilst resisting apprehension ; notorious
August, 1863.—James Cummings, robbery under arms ;
supposed by his brother L. Cummings ; related to the Cramps, at Abercrombie.
September, 1863.—James Murphy, robbing Wilding's
station ; killed.
October, 1863.—Michael Burke, robbery under arms ; shot
dead by Mr H. M. Keightly.
October, 1863.—Henry Wilson, murder ; executed at Mait-
land ; refused to give any information respecting
December, 1863.—John O'Meally, robbery under arms ;
shot dead by Mr David Henry Douglas Campbell.
December, 1863.—Thomas McCann, robbery under arms ;
executed at Sydney.
April, 1865.—Daniel Morgan, robbery under arms and
murder ; shot dead at Peachalba ; notorious offender ; native of Campbelltown.
May, 1865.—Benjamin Hall, robbery under arms ; shot
dead by police under sub-inspector Davidson.
May, 1865.—John Gilbert, robbery under arms ; shot dead
by police under senior-constable Heales.
December, 1865.—John Dunn, robbery under arms ;
executed at Sydney for murder of constable Nelson ;
January, 1866.—Charles Donnelly, robbery under arms ;
shot dead by police under sergeant Clearey.
April, 1866.—Patrick Connell, robbery under arms ; shot
dead by police.
April, 1866.—William Fletcher, robbery under arms ; shot
dead by constable O'Grady ; Nerrigundah.
May, 1866.—John Molloy, alias Jack in the Boots, robbery
under ams ; severely wounded by police ; sentenced to twelve years on the roads ; Yass Quarter Sessions.
May, 1866.—James Crookwell, alias Bromley, robbery
under arms ; executed at Sydney for murder of con- stable Raymond, under sentence and escort at time.
June, 1867.—John and Thomas Clarke, robbery under
arms ; executed at Sydney. Suspected murderers of Bill Scott and four special constables sent to Jingera
July, 1867.—John Foran, robbery under arms ; wounded
whilst attempting to escape from custody ; sentenced to fifteen years.
October, 1867.—Ralph Day, robbery under arms ; shot
dead by sub-inspector Roberts and constable Knot, Forbes police.
December, 1867.—William Brookman, alias Russell, robbery
under arms ; wounded by senior constable McNamara, Booligal police ; sentence, death.
December, 1867.—Charles Pearson, alias Starlight, robbery
under arms and wounding ; sentenced to death ; com-
September, 1869.—William Rutherford, alias Readford,
robbery under arms ; mortally wounded by C. Beau- vois, Pine Ridge Hotel, Enaweera.
May, 1870.—Frederick Ward, alias Thunderbolt, robbery
under arms ; shot dead by constable A. B. Walker, Uralla police, whilst resisting apprehension.