1813 – Birth year of Sir Redmond Barry, a British colonial judge in Victoria, Australia.
1838 – Educated at a military school in Kent, and at Trinity College, Dublin, and was called to the Irish bar.
1848 – He was instrumental to the foundation of the Royal Melbourne Hospital.
1851 – Became commissioner of the court of Victoria.
1852 – Appointed judge of the Supreme Court of Victoria.
1853 – Barry was instrumental to the foundation of the University of Melbourne.
– Served as the first chancellor of the university.
1855 – Redmond Barry was the Supreme Court judge for the Eureka Stockade treason trials.
1862 – He represented Victoria at the London International Exhibition.
1867 – Barry was in the Philadelphia Exhibition.
1877 – Created a KCMG (Order of St. Michael and St. George).
1880 – Presided at the final trial of Ned Kelly and he sentenced Kelly to death by hanging.
– Sir Redmond Barry died 23rd of November.