Reibey, Mary

Convict who became a wealthy businesswoman.

Milestone
Born
Bury, Lancashire, England
12 May 1777
Arrived Sydney
Royal Admiral
1792
Departed Sydney
Admiral Cockburn
Mar 1820
Arrived Sydney
1821
Died
Newtown, Sydney
30 May 1855
Buried
31 May 1855
Name
Alternate
Burrow, James
Alternate
Raby, Mary
Alternate
Reiby, Mary
Commemorated by
Commemorated by
Birth
Haydock, Mary
1777 - 1794
Occupation
Position
1792
1792 - 1794
Property
Owned
Owned
1803 - 1816
Owned
1807 - 02 Mar 1813
Owned
1833 - 1855
Owned
1845 - 30 May 1855
Relationship
Parent of
Parent of
Parent of
Parent of
Parent of
Parent of
Parent of
Spouse
07 Sep 1794 - 05 Apr 1811

Enmore

CC BY-SA 2.0
,
2008

Enmore's traditional owners were the Cadigal people. Convicts who became millionaires, retired sea captains, merchants, judges, bushrangers and rock music have all contributed to Enmore's colourful history.

Mary Reibey

CC BY-SA 2.0
,
2016

Mary Reibey was a formidable colonial entrepreneur. Arriving in Sydney as a convict in 1792, she became a leading businesswoman, philanthropist and matriarch.