Who Discovered Christmas Island?

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Captain William Mynors discovered Christmas Island. He worked with British East India Company when he discovered it. With the Royal Mary vessel, he sailed past the island in Australia and named it 'Christmas Island'.
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Answer The earliest recorded visit was by the British ship Signet commanded by William Dampier. It was named on 25 December 1643 by William Mynors who captained the Royal Mary.
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The earliest recorded visit was by the British ship. Signet. commanded by William Dampier. It was named on 25 December 1643 by William Mynors who captained the ...
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