Alexander Fitzpatrick's deposition - Public Record Office Victoria - Public Record Office Victoria (State Archives of Victoria, Australia)
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Title: Alexander Fitzpatrick's deposition
Creator: Public Record Office Victoria
Provenance: VPRS 4966 Unit 1 Item 4
Transcript: Police v Ellen Kelly Police v William Williamson Police v William Skillion Alexander Fitzpatrick sworn Saith I am a Mounted Constable Stationed at Benalla – remember on 15 April last was on duty in the direction of Greta had occasion to pass the house of Deft. Kelly. arrived there between 4 & 5 pm. I dismounted and went in saw Deft Mrs Kelly & 3 children Stayed about an hour. left & went up on the hill in the direction of a sound of chopping – Saw Deft Williamson spoke to him – went away – saw 2 horsemen coming in & stopped in front of Kellys hut went down & Saw Skillion. he was leading one horse by bridle & another by the mane. Saw a third horse with a Saddle on. Asked Skillion who was riding he said he did not know examined horse & said it was Dan Kellys I asked where he was Skillion said up at the house. I went to the house saw Dan Kelly.