The convict ghosts were sighted at the position of the pale-red square. It's position relevant to the roads and tracks taken by rebels and soldiers on the day of the rebellion in 1840 are one reason I have theorised the ghost were victims of an atrocity during that action. I suspect the two ruts we hid in may have been subsidence on their actual graves, It would be good to dig there and have a look provided the place has not been built over yet!


Sourced from The Battle of Vinegar Hill Australia's Irish Rebellion.  by Lynette Ramsey Silver. The Watermark Press Sydney, Australia. 2002.

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