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One of Australia's most prolific outlaws, Ben Hall, committed hundreds of offenses from robberies to holding up entire towns in the span of three years. He was the most wanted man in the British Empire until he was gunned down by police in 1865.
Tags: highwayman, bathurst, canowindra, forbes, australian-history
Matthew Brady was one of the first major bushrangers in Australian history and led a moderately successful gang in Tasmania in the early 1800s. He earned a reputation as a gentleman bushranger through his courteous behaviour in spite of his criminality, but still found himself at the end of a rope for murder alongside cannibal and baby-killer Mike Jeffries (much to his chagrin).
Tags: gentleman, crime, australian, australian-history, history
Johnny Gilbert was the over the top Canadian bushranger that worked alongside Frank Gardiner and Ben Hall. His propensity for violence and love of frivolity and lawlessness led him to and early grave.
Tags: crime, highwayman, happy-jack, australian-history, canada
One of Australia's most notorious criminals, Dan Morgan was the terror of the Riverina in the 1860s. Arson, robbery and murder were Morgan's trademarks and he met a violent end at the receiving end of a bounty hunter's bullet.
Tags: mad-dan, murderer, fire, highwayman, australian-history
Martin Cash was one of Tasmania's most notorious bushrangers, famed for escaping Port Arthur - TWICE. He formed a gang with two other convicts, Englishman George Jones and Irishman Lawrence Kavanagh, called Cash and Co. It all came tumbling down when he tried to murder his cheating wife and got nabbed. After many years in prison he produced a book about his life and died as an old man - one of the few bushrangers to do so.
Tags: australian, irish, port-arthur, crime, highwayman
Frederick Wordsworth Ward was a bushranger that operated under the name "Captain Thunderbolt" in the Uralla region of New South Wales. Accompanied by a range of off-siders including his wife Mary-Ann Bugg, he ruled the roads and became known as a gentleman bushranger. He held no truck with unnecessary violence or murder, turning away accomplices that had committed an act of either. He was eventually gunned down by a police constable as he tried to cross a creek on foot.
Tags: beard, thunderbolt, desperado, legend, folk-hero