Ben Hall was a successful grazier, and it is unknown why he turned to bushranging. There was an incident when he was falsely accused and arrested for robbery, then acquitted. When he returned to his property he found his stock missing. It is speculated that he then became disillusioned with the 'straight' life, and instead turned to bushranging.
he wiped peoples buttox
Farmer, cattle and horse thief.
"Mad" Dan Morgan's first job was as a stockman in the Murrumbidgee River area.
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I believe she was a domestic servant but she also might have helped instruct children at the Anglican school in Stroud.
Nope, Bushrangers existed over 100 years before Ned Kelly. The first bushranger was a man named John Caesar who was a West Indian Negro convict who escaped the early colonies in the 1790s.
He was a lawyer and a farmer.
He worked for the PC's (progressive conservatives) before becoming Prime Minister.
Writing the declaration of Independence .
He picked his nose.
A Senator from Massachusetts and a congressman.
He was a soldier, territorial governor, Congressman, US Senator, ambassador to Columbia, and farmer before becoming President.
Bushranger, a nice sounding name that gives the impression that he had legitimate employment like a Park Ranger or conservasionist or wildlife and ecology warden. Wrong, wrong, wrong! In Aussie lingo a bushranger is a rustler, a common thief, a highwayman, a common criminal. Ned's legend is a Bonny and Clyde propoganda tale, something like Robin Hood. It is a fabrication that converts a vile murderer into a folk hero. It is nice Hollywood but terrible history.The question may mean "what was Ned Kelly's occupation before he became a bushranger".Ned Kelly had no occupation before becoming a bushranger. He was only twelve when his father died, and so he was required to leave school to take on the new position as head of the family, helping out around the family farm. Shortly after this, the Kellys moved to Glenrowan. As a teenager, Ned became involved in petty crimes, regularly targetting the wealthy landowners.
Carter was a peanut farmer in his early days.
Andrew Jackson was a Lawer and a Soldier.
He was a U.S. Congressman and also Secretary Of State.
Jimmy Carter was a peanut farmer and a naval officer before being a president.
Surveyor, Plantation owner and Officer in British Army
Planter and landowner; surveyor and distiller, military officer
Castro was a lawyer before becoming the dictator of Cuba, he later became the president of Cuba.
He was a WWII commander and had to plan D-Day.
He was a Royal Bahamas Defense Force Constable