Also known as: née Haydock, Molly, James Burrow, Mary Raby, Mary Raiby
Born: 12 May 1777
Died: 30 May 1855Special Achievements:
1811 - First known successful Australian business woman.Additional Information:
Mary REIBEY's image is displayed on the Australian $20 note. She was a former convict.
Mary Reibey: Australia’s First Business Woman and The Hunters Hill Connection [brochure]. (n.d.) n.p.
(date unknown). Entally House Historic Site. National Trust of Australia (Tasmania).
Mary Reibey 1777-1855 convict. (1982). Retrieved from http://www.200australianwomen.com/names/002.html. Accessed 27 September 2008.
Gender Education – Projects – Australian Women Honor Roll. (date unknown). Retrieved from http://www.sofweb.vic.edu.au/gender/projects/honrol11.htm. Accessed: 20 February 2002. p. 3.
Colligan, Mimi. (1990). The Pastoral Era: Australia 1810-1850. Melbourne, Victoria: Australia Post. p. 7.
(1994, November). New Faces. The Australian Women’s Weekly, 204-205.
De Vries, Susanna. (1995). Strength of Spirit: Pioneering Women of Achievement from First Fleet to Federation. St Ives, New South Wales: Millennium Books.
Gibson, Col. (March 2005). Mary Reibey [pamphlet]. North Nowra, New South Wales: Modeller’s Shipyard.