5 edition of Mary Reibey found in the catalog.
Kathleen J. Pullen
|Statement||[by] Kathleen J. Pullen.|
|LC Classifications||PZ4.P97868 Mar, PR9619.3.P94 Mar|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||248 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||248|
|LC Control Number||76350820|
Carried on the Royal Admiral, Mary landed in October in New South Wales. Mary Haydock was married to Thomas Reibey on September 7, He was a junior officer on the East India Company’s store ship Britannia. Thomas set up businesses in grain, coal, furs and skins and owned many farms. Thomas died in and Mary took over the business. Irvine, Nance. & Reibey, Mary. , Dear cousin: the Reibey letters: twenty two letters of the Reibey family being a collection including letters of Mary Reibey, her children and their descendants / edited and with a commentary by Nance Irvine Janet Press Sydney. Wikipedia Citation.
View the profiles of people named Mary. Join Facebook to connect with Mary and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes. Sadly for Mary she was arrested and sentenced to transportation to Australia on an month voyage across the ocean, arriving in October When she arrived, Mary was assigned a nursemaid. In , Mary married Thomas Reibey with whom she had 7 children. Given Thomas' death in , Mary was left control over several business concerns and.
Reibey, Mary (–) businesswoman and trader. Mary Reibey, c State Library of New South Wales, Biographical Entries. Australian Dictionary of Biography entry; People Australia. An initiative of the National Centre of Biography at the Australian National University. Tom used his sloop to run a cargo business carrying coal, fur and seal skins between Sydney and Hawkesbury. Author Nance Irvine wrote in her book, ‘Mary Reibey – Molly Incognita’, that they had a weather-board house at The Rocks on Sydney Harbour. In New South Wales Governor Philip King gave them more acres.
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Mary Reibey (), née Haydock, businesswoman and trader, was born on 12 May in Bury, Lancashire, England. She was convicted of horse stealing at Stafford on 21 July and sentenced to be transported for seven years.
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[Nance Irvine]. Convict Mary Reibey, was born on the 12th of May in Bury, England. Following the death of her parents, she was reared by a grandmother and sent into service. She ran away, and was arrested for stealing a horse in August At the time, she was disguised as a man and was going [ ].
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For more information about the life of Mary Reibey investigate her entry in the The Australia Dictionary of Biography Note: Mary's last name has been spelled variously as 'Reibey', 'Reiby' and 'Raby' in. Mary Reibey is within the scope of WikiProject Australia, which aims to improve Wikipedia's coverage of Australia and Australia-related you would like to participate, visit the project page.
Start This article has been rated as Start-Class on the project's quality scale. Mid This article has been rated as Mid-importance on the project's importance scale. An enterprising and determined person of strong personality, during her lifetime Reibey earned a reputation as an astute and most successful businesswoman in the colony of New South Wales.
Mary Reibey, baptised Molly Haydock, was born on 12 May in Bury, Lancashire, England. About Mary Reibey Mary Reibey is one of the most famous early convict women in the colony of New South Wales.
A convicted horsethief, Mary went on to run an extensive importing and mercantile business and there are numerous references to her business dealings, liquor licences, land grants and purchases throughout the State archives.
Although Mary was a very successful business woman she. Mary Reibey was born Molly Haydock on 12 May in Bury, Lancashire, England. Her parents were respectable members of middling yeomanry status, however she was orphaned at an early age and was brought up by her maternal grandmother.
Mary was well educated at Blackburn Grammar School and attended church regularly. On the death of her grandmother in she left Lancashire .Follow Mary Reibey and explore their bibliography from 's Mary Reibey Author Page.Mary Reibey - Molly Incognita: A Biography of Mary Reibey, toand Her World.
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