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Ann Bryant (c. 1767–?)

Ann Price (c.1767- ) was found guilty at the July 1787 Gloucester Assizes of the theft of two linen shifts, two aprons, two caps, and a silk handkerchief. Sentenced to 7 years transportation she was sent to Gloucester Castle before embarking for New South Wales on the Lady Juliana in July 1789, arriving at Port Jackson in June 1790 as part of the Second Fleet. 

Price married Thomas Bryant (as Thomas Brian) on 31 March 1791; they were to have two children. Thomas Bryant left the colony on the Daedalus in 1793, returning in April 1794. The Bryants have not been traced in later colonial records. It is likely they left the colony.

* information from Michael Flynn, The Second Fleet: Britain’s Grim Convict Armada of 1790 (1993), pp 486-87

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  • Price, Ann

c. 1767
Bath, Somerset, England

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Crime: theft
Sentence: 7 years