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Genealogy for Mary Allen Arthur (Reibey) (1818 - 1895) family tree on Geni, with over 250 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.. Reibey, Mary Allen Date of birth: 05 Aug 1843 Registered: Launceston Registration year: 1843 Record ID: NAME_INDEXES:1105661 Resource: RGD33/1/23/ no 1685. 1849 March 10, 1849. Birth of George Henry.

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This house and trading establishment was near what is now Macquarie Place and Reiby Place. They named it Entally House after the Calcutta, India suburb of Entally. Later converted to the Bank of New South Wales, this property was demolished in 1880. They acquired several farms on the Hawkesbury River, and traded in coal, cedar, furs and skins.

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There are 26 profiles for the Reibey family on Explore Reibey genealogy and family history in the World's Largest Family Tree. People. Mary Reibey (12 May 1777 - 30 May 1855) was an Englishwoman who was transported to Australia as a convict but went on to become a successful businesswoman in Sydney.===Early life===Mary Reibey.

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Mary REIBEY, baptised Molly HAYDOCK, was born on 12th May 1777 in Bury, Lancashire, England. She was a businesswoman and trader. 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 1791. At the time, she was disguised as a boy and was going.

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Life and career in Australia On 7 September 1794, 17-year-old Mary married Thomas Reibey, after he had proposed to her several times; she finally agreed to marry the junior officer on the store ship Britannia. Reibey also used the surnames Raiby, Reiby and Reibey interchangeably; the family adopted the spelling Reibey in later years.

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Geni World Family Tree FamilySearch Family Tree Australia, Tasmania Births Australia, Victoria Death Index, 1836-1985 Historical Books - Index of Authors and People Mentioned, 1811-2003 View all records MyHeritage Family Trees Mary Molly Reibey (born Haydock, convict 1792, Royal Admiral), 1777 - 1855

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Mary married trader Thomas Reibey in Sydney when she was just 17. They had seven children and ran several businesses, which Mary helped manage while her husband was on long trading voyages in his ships. A close-up of Mary Reibey's portrait on Australia's $20 note.

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Genealogy for Thomas Haydock Reibey (1796 - 1842) family tree on Geni, with over 240 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.. REIBEY MARY A Registration number 762/1818 V1818762 7 Father's Given name(s) THOMAS Mother's Given name(s) RICHARDA District. 1821

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Biography Molly (Haydock) Reibey is Notable. Crime - [1] Horse theft Convicted at - Stafford Assizes Sentence term - 7 years Ship - Royal Admiral Departure date - 30th May, 1791 Arrival date - 7th October, 1792 Place of arrival - New South Wales Passenger manifest - Travelled with 345 other convicts

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Biography. Mary Reibey (Mary Haydock) was born in May 1777, orphaned and raised by her grandmother in Lancashire. Arrested for trying to sell a stolen horse dressed as a boy, she was sentenced to 7 years transportation and arrived in Sydney in 1792. She married Thomas Reibey in 1794, a recent settler, and had her first child in 1976.

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Mary Haydock was born to an educated Yeoman family in Blackburn, England in 1777. In 1790 she escaped from an orphanage but was later convicted of horse stealing and sentenced to transportation to Botany Bay. In 1794, while still serving out her 'seven years' in Sydney Town, she married Thomas Reibey and together they took up a small grant of fifty acres on the Hawkesbury River.

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Immediate Family Thomas Reibey [Marine "Brittania. husband Thomas Haydock Reibey son James Haydock Reibey son George Haydock Reibey son Celia Wills daughter Eliza Thomson daughter Jane Penelope Atkinson daughter Elizabeth Ann Anne Innes daughter Jane Haydock mother James Haydock father

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The banknote celebrates Mary Reibey, a convict who arrived in Australia and later became an astute and successful businesswoman running her shipping and trading enterprises, and John Flynn, who pioneered the world's first aerial medical service now known as the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

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Mary Reibey. At the age of 34, Mary Reibey was a widow with seven children, taking care of farms, ships and a warehouse. Inducted: 2001. Category: Honour Roll. Mary was born in Bury, England on 12 May 1777. Christened as Molly Haydock her family were yeomen and she received a good education. Her parents passed away when she was young so she.