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Forbes cemetery
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Kate Foster's grave stands in the Forbes Cemetery, in central NSW, Australia. She was born Kate Kelly, the sister to Ned Kelly the famous outlaw. After the capture and hanging of Ned Kelly in 1880, Kate eventually married William Henry Foster of Forbes in 1888. Ten years later, at the age of 36, she was tragically found drowned in Lake Forbes.

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