William Bryant (v.1757-Batavia, 22 décembre 1791) est un bagnard britannique, célèbre pour son évasion familiale qui lui fit faire un voyage spectaculaire jusqu'au Timor.

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  • William Bryant (v.1757-Batavia, 22 décembre 1791) est un bagnard britannique, célèbre pour son évasion familiale qui lui fit faire un voyage spectaculaire jusqu'au Timor.
  • William Bryant (c. 1757 – 1791) was a Cornish fisherman and convict who was transported to Australia on the First Fleet. He is remembered for his daring escape from the penal colony with his wife, two small children and seven convicts in the governor's cutter, sailing to Timor in a voyage that would come to rank alongside that of fellow Cornishman William Bligh as one of the most incredible ever made in an open boat.
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  • William Bryant (v.1757-Batavia, 22 décembre 1791) est un bagnard britannique, célèbre pour son évasion familiale qui lui fit faire un voyage spectaculaire jusqu'au Timor.
  • William Bryant (c. 1757 – 1791) was a Cornish fisherman and convict who was transported to Australia on the First Fleet. He is remembered for his daring escape from the penal colony with his wife, two small children and seven convicts in the governor's cutter, sailing to Timor in a voyage that would come to rank alongside that of fellow Cornishman William Bligh as one of the most incredible ever made in an open boat.
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  • William Bryant (convict)
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