I was looking at the latest North East news at the www.nenews.com.au site and at the bottom of the page under where it says "special supplements and publications" I clicked on the cover for the North East Regional Extra of June 6-12, 2011. The cover article is called "More to Ned's Past" featuring an interview with Linton Briggs of Glenrowan. I can't give a direct link to the article as there is no permalink, as after a few days any link given to this publication would have another issue in its place and so on. Maybe if one searches it out before the new issue comes out they will see it. I don't like to put full articles here due to copyright concerns, but I will give a snippet with the best part of the article, though.
From More to Ned's Past
..Spending childhood with his policeman father and family in the town's old police station, which backs on to Glenrowan Creek, Linton recalls being told as a child about Ned falling into the head of a tree which had fallen upstream on the creek, the stump of which still remained at the site.
Using his knowledge of the stump's location and historical records, Linton says he can pinpoint to within inches the spot where Ned Kelly fell. Long ago Linton's father covered the stump with soil, and the site has since been conversed though unmarked by Heritage Victoria, although Linton hopes there will be some kind of marking or plaque some day....
The rest of the article was about his contributions regarding Glenrowan and the siege at the Culture Victoria website and his hope that all the historical sites in Glenrowan are one day mapped and that history is preserved.