William “Jackey Jackey” Westwood and the Cooking Pot Rebellion - Bloody Murder: A True Crime Podcast
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William “Jackey Jackey” Westwood was an english born Bushranger and serial escapologist who was transported to Australia at the age of 16 for stealing a fancy coat. He promptly escaped and roamed the countryside, tipping his hat at ladies and looking flash in haute couture whilst relieving folks of their valuables.
In his four year career he was captured dozens of times, but more slippery than a banana peel dipped in custard, he always managed to escape. That was until the cooking pot rebellion of 1846. Where Jackey Jackey finally made a stand and stood up for what he believed in.

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Sources: Jackey Jackey, Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal 20th, October 1891. William Westwood (bushranger), Wikipedia. Qnews.com.au, LGBTIQ history: Australia’s earliest known gay love letter by DESTINY ROGERS. Tasmanian Times, William Westwood: A Biography. Convictrecords.com.au, William Westwood, William Westwood, one of 310 convicts transported on the Mangles, 18 March 1837. Australia Dictionary of Biography. Aguidetoaustralianbushranging. wordpress.com/ 2018/07/25/ william-westwood-an-overview/. Carwoola Community Association, Bushrangers in Stoney Creek – Jacky-Jacky, 24/09/2010. The Sun. Convict Chose Gallows Death, May 11, 1954. The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser ( NSW ), Monday 20 September 1841. History of the Australian Bushrangers by George E Boxall, 1901.

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