Senior Constable Retired, 2775
On the 15th February 1893, Senior Constable Holt was investigating a case in the vicinity of Bailieston, about five miles from Nagambie, when his horse swerved to avoid a flock of sheep which ran into its path. This dislodged Holt from the saddle, but one of his feet was caught in a stirrup, and as the horse gyrated wildly he was tossed around violently and received internal injuries. From that day his physical condition progressively declined, and he was finally forced to resign because of his ill-health. He died on the 25th September, 1893.