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A man of high intelligence and an able navigator. In the year 1683 he sailed from Achamach or Cape Charles in Virginia for Dominica as sailing master of a privateer, the Revenge (eight guns and fifty-two men), in company with William Dampier and Captain John Cooke. As soon as they were away from the land, they turned buccaneers or pirates, and sailed to Sierra Leone in West Africa.
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The Pirates' Who's Who:
(P. Gosse, 1924)
M.A. Cantab.

A man of high intelligence and an able navigator. In the year 1683 he sailed from Achamach or Cape Charles in Virginia for Dominica as sailing master of a privateer, the Revenge (eight guns and fifty-two men), in company with Dampier and ...
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Captain C Cowleyunknown1680
 
1689unknown

Captain Androeasunknown1670
 
16809unknown
 A Chief or Captain of the Darien Indians, who in 1679 conducted the buccaneers under Coxon and Ha...
Jan Bontunknown1670
 
1680s 9unknown
 Dutch privateer who lived in the second half of the seventeenth century. He commanded a squadron ...
Captain Antoine Bernardunknown1680s c
 
 
1680s 91683, Nov 22
 Vessel: Prophete Daniel. Presumed hanged ...... French pirate. He served in the Caribbean and ...
John Alexanderunknown1670
 
16811681, May 9
 Sailed with Bartholomew Sharp. Drowned while ferrying tools ashore at the island of Chira. Buried...
Captain Archembeauunknown1670
 
16811681/1682 ca
 a French pirate and member of the team of William Dampier. He served in the Caribbean and challen...
William Cookunknown1670
 
16811681, Feb 14
 Servant to Captain Edmund Cook, and was found, on being searched, to have on him a paper with the...
Captain Edmund Cookeunknown1679
 
16811681
 
Captain John Watlingunknown1680
 
1681unknown
 Buccaneer. When Bartholomew Sharp's crew mutinied on New Year's Day in 1681 on the Most Holy Trin...
Robert Tuckerunknown1681
 
 
1681unknown
 From Jamaica. Crew member of Revenge/Royal James, commanded by Major Stede Bonnet. Hanged at Char...
Zheng Jing1642, Oct 251662
 
16821681, Mar 17
 Chinese pirate and warlord. The eldest son of Koxinga and grandson of Zheng Zhilong, he succeeded...
Robert Clarkeunknown1670
 
1682unknown
 Governor of New Providence, Bahama Islands. Instead of trying to stamp out the pirates, he did al...
William Stephensunknown1670
 
16821682, Jan 14
 Died on January 14th, 1682, on board of Captain Sharp's ship a few days before their return to th...
Captain William Wrightunknown1675
 
1682unknown
 an English privateer in French service and later buccaneer who raided Spanish towns in the late 1...
John Coxonunknown1677
 
16821689 ca
 a late seventeenth-century buccaneer who terrorized the Spanish Main. Coxon was one of the most f...
Captain Tristianunknown1681
 
 
1682unknown
 a French buccaneer. In the year 1681 William Dampier, with other malcontents, broke away from Cap...
Captain Peter Paineunknown1682
 
 
1682unknown
 A French buccaneer. He brought into Port Royal in 1684 a merchant ship, La Trompeuse. Pretendi...
Captain Nicholas Van Hoorn1635 ca1655
 
1683 1683, Jun
 a merchant sailor, privateer and pirate. He was born in the Netherlands and died near Veracruz af...
Captain Edward Cookeunknown1673
 
1683unknown
 a merchant captain, buccaneer, and pirate. He is best known for sailing against the Spanish along...
Captain Thomas Painunknown1680
 
1683unknown
 A Bahaman privateer who in 1683 turned pirate and attacked St. Augustine in Florida under French ...
Jan Corneliszoonunknown1683
 
 
1683unknown
 Dutch privateer
Captain Duchesneunknown1683
 
 
1683unknown
 attacked Tampico, Mexico.
John Eatonunknown1683
 
 
1683unknown
 
John Markhamunknown1683
 
 
1683unknown
  Pirate Captain
George Spurreunknown1683
 
 
1683unknown
 
Captain William Wollervyunknown1683
 
 
1683unknown
 A New England pirate who sailed in company with a Captain Henley in 1683 off the Island of Elenth...
Conway Woollerleyunknown1683
 
 
1683unknown
 Pirate Captain
Jean Hamlinunknown1682
 
 
1684unknown
 French buccaneer active in the Caribbean. Later hunted down by Captain John Coxon.
Michiel Andrieszoonunknown1683
 
 
16841684
 a Dutch buccaneer who served as lieutenant to Captain Laurens de Graaf. He commanded the le Tigre...
Pierre Botunknown1672
 
1685unknown
 French buccaneer active in the Caribbean.
Jean Roseunknown1680
 
1685unknown
 
Peter Harris the Youngerunknown1684
 
 
1685unknown
 Nephew of Peter Harris the Elder
Captain Desmaraisunknown1685
 
 
1685unknown
 collaborated with Le Picard and Jen Rozier.
Captain Lescuyer unknown1685
 
 
1685unknown
 
Basil Ringroseunknown1653
 
1686unknown
 surgeon and cartographer ……runaway indentured servant who joined Bartholomew Sharp's "Pacific...
Michel de Grammont16451670
 
16861686?
 a French pirate. He was born in Paris, France and was lost at sea in the north-east Caribbean, Ap...
William Cowleyunknown1683
 
 
1686unknown
 
William Knightunknown1684
 
 
1686unknown
 a 17th-century English buccaneer known for joining privateering expeditions against the Spanish c...
Charles Swanunknown1671
 
16871690
  a reluctant buccaneer. Captain Swan was forced into piracy by his crew in the 1680s, and proceed...
Jan Willemsunknown1678
 
16871688
 a 17th-century Dutch buccaneer. Based out of Petit-Goâve, Willems participated in a number of ex...
Captain Yankyunknown1681
 
 
1687unknown
 
Captain Francois Le Sageunknown1684
 
 
1687unknown
 officer under Laurens de Graaf
Captain George Houtunknown1685
 
 
1687unknown
 English buccaneer who joined Francois Grogniet and Pierre le Picard in their raid on Guayaquil in...
Sir Henry Morgan1635 ca1663
 
16881688, Aug 25
 a British privateer, buccaneer, and admiral of the Royal Navy. He made himself famous during acti...
Peter Cloiseunknown1679
 
1688unknown
 Slave liberated by Edward Davis
Raveneau de Lussanunknown1679
 
1688unknown
 a French buccaneer. In 1679 he embarked for Santo Domingo in search of fortune, but was unsuccess...
Captain Bartholomew Sharp16501679
 
16881702, Oct 29
 an English buccaneer whose pirate career lasted only three years (1679–82). Sharp's career as ...
Edward Davisunknown1680
 
1688unknown
 an English buccaneer active in the Caribbean during the 1680s and would lead successful raids aga...
Raveneau de Lussan16631684
 
 
1688unknown
 a French buccaneer. He belonged to a noble but impoverished family, and embraced a military caree...
John Ansellunknown1660
 
16891689
 Sailed with Henry Morgan and participated in his raids against Maracaibo and Gibraltar, Venezuela...
Willem Bastiaanszoon1620 ca1670
 
16891704
 Dutch merchant and mariner in the Dutch navy. He was born in Haarlem. He took part in the war bet...
Captain John Coxunknown1670
 
1689unknown
 Born in New England, and considered by some of his fellow buccaneers "to have forced kindred upon...
Juan Guartemunknown1670
 
1689unknown
 a Spanish renegade pirate who raided Spanish settlements in New Spain during the late 17th centur...
Captain Lagardeunknown1670
 
1689unknown
 A French filibuster of San Domingo, who in 1684 commanded a small ship, La Subtille (crew of thir...
Captain Linchunknown1670
 
1689unknown
 Buccaneer. Of Port Royal, Jamaica. In 1680 Lionel Wafer, tiring of the life of a civil surgeon at...
Thomas Magottunknown1670
 
1689unknown
 English buccaneer who sailed with Bartholomew Sharp and others on the "Pacific Adventure".
Captain Rowunknown1670
 
1689unknown
 Buccaneer. In 1679, at the Boca del Toro, was with the buccaneer fleet that attacked and sacked S...
Captain Yallahsunknown1670
 
1689unknown
 A Dutch buccaneer. In 1671 fled from Jamaica to Campeachy, there selling his frigate to the Spani...
Captain Buckenhamunknown1679
 
1689unknown
 In 1679 sailed from England to the West Indies. He was taken by the Spaniards off Campeachy and c...
M.A. Angerunknown1680
 
16891685
 Pirate and Maltese knight of unknown origin. He served in the Mediterranean Sea and plundered Ara...
Captain Joseph Bannisterunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 a notorious English pirate who operated in the Caribbean during the Golden Age of Piracy, best kn...
William Bennettunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 An English soldier, who deserted from Fort Loyal, Falmouth, Marne, in 1689, and joined the pirate...
Captain Blotunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 French filibuster. In 1684 was in command of La Quagone, ninety men, eight guns.
Captain Bondunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 Of Bristol. In 1682 arrived at the Cape Verde Islands. Having procured leave to land on Mayo Isla...
John Boonunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 Technically, John Boon was not a pirate, but he was expelled from the Council of Governor James C...
William Bowmanunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 A seaman; one of the party which crossed the Isthmus of Darien on foot with William Dampier in 16...
Edward Browneunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 Of York River, Virginia. One of Captain Pounds's crew. Wounded at Tarpaulin Cove in 1689.
Eleazer Buckunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 One of Captain Pounds's crew. Tried at Boston in 1689 for piracy and found guilty, but pardoned o...
Captain Cachemareeunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 French filibuster. Commanded the St. Joseph, of six guns and a crew of seventy men. In 1684 had ...
Bartolome Charpesunknown1680
 
16891679
 Spanish renegade who was tried in absentia and convicted of piracy with Eduardo Blomar and Juan G...
Juan Corsounknown1680
 
1689unknown
 This is an excerpt from the P.R.O. Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series: America and West In...
Captain Pierre d'Orangeunknown1680
 
16891683, Nov 22
 Captain of the Dauphin. Hanged on November 22, 1683 in Vera Cruz
Captain Dedranunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 A French filibuster of French Domingo. Commanded, in 1684, the Chasseur (120 men, 20 guns).
Henry Dipperunknown1680
 
16891689
 One of the English soldiers who deserted from the Fort Loyal, Falmouth, Maine, and joined Captain...
Adolf Esmitunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 governor of St. Thomas in the Danish West Indies from 1683 to 1684, and again from 1687 to 1688. ...
Juan de Pando Estradaunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 Governor of Cartagena who battled pirate raiders in 1683
Jean Foccardunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 Associate of Laurens de Graaf and Michel de Grammont. He later joined them in their attack on Tam...
John Giddingsunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 Born in York River, VA. One of Captain Pound's crew. Wounded and taken prisoner at Tarpaulin C...
Captain Grahamunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 Commanded a shallop, with a crew of fourteen men, in 1685. Sailed in company with Captain Veale u...
Francois Grognietunknown1680
 
16891687
 member of buccaneering expedition led by Pierre le Picard
Captain Harveyunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 Arrived at New London in 1685 in company with another pirate, Captain Veale; posed as an honest m...
Captain Thomas Hawkins [1]unknown1680
 
16891689
 In the year 1689 cruised off the coast of New England, burning and plundering the shipping. The B...
Captain Henleyunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 In 1683 sailed from Boston "bound for the Rack," afterwards going to the Red Sea, where he plunde...
Corporal John Hillunknown1680
 
16891689
 In charge of the guard at Fort Royal, Falmouth, Maine, which all deserted one night, and went to ...
Richard Jobsonunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 His original calling was that of a druggist's assistant in London. He combined piracy with the st...
Captain Jocardunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 A French filibuster who in 1684 had his headquarters in San Domingo. He commanded the Irondelle, ...
L'escayer unknown1680
 
1689unknown
 A French filibuster. In 1685, in company with Grogniet, Davis, and Swan, sacked Paita and Guayaqu...
Captain Michel Landressonunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 Filibuster. Accompanied Pain in his expedition against St. Augustine in 1683. He was a constant s...
John Lordunknown1680
 
16891689
 A soldier. Deserted from Fort Loyal, Falmouth, Maine. Killed at Tarpaulin Cove in 1689.
Captain Morganunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 This pirate must not be confused with the buccaneer, Sir Henry Morgan. Little is known about him ...
Lieut-Colonel Thomas Morganunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 Sailed with Colonel Edward Morgan to attack St. Eustatius and Saba Islands, and after these were ...
Thomas Paine [1]16321680
 
16891715
 A colonial American privateer who raided several settlements in the West Indies with Jan Willems,...
Captain Petersonunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 Of Newport, Rhode Island. In 1688 he arrived at Newport in a "barkalonga" armed with ten guns ...
Richard Phipsunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 An English soldier who deserted from Fort Loyal, Falmouth, Maine, in 1689. Wounded by a bullet in...
Captain Roseunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 associate of Captain Desmarais and Captain Le Picard
Jen Rozierunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 associate Captain Desmarais and Captain Le Picard
Robert Spratlinunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 Was one of William Dampier's party which in 1681 crossed the Isthmus of Darien, when he was left ...
Captain Springerunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 He fought gallantly with Sawkins and Ringrose in the Battle of Perico off Panama on St. George's ...
Captain Swanunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 Commanded the Nicholas, and met William Dampier when in the Batchelor's Delight at the Island of ...
Captain Townleyunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 A buccaneer who in the year 1684 was one of the mixed English and French fleet blockading Panama....
Captain Vealeunknown1680
 
1689unknown
 On July 1st, 1685, he arrived at New London in a sloop, but was compelled to hurry away, being re...
John Watkins [1]unknown1680
 
16891689
 An English soldier stationed at Fort Loyal, Falmouth, Maine. Deserted and sailed with the pirate ...
Captain John Williams [2]unknown1680
 
1689unknown
 Buccaneer. In 1683, when the pirate Hamlin in his famous ship, La Trompeuse, was playing havoc wi...
Captain Pierre Le Picard16241660
 
1689?1690 ca
 a 17th-century French buccaneer. He was an officer to Francois l'Ollonais, and he and Moise Vauqu...
Johan van Brakel1638 ca1666
 
16901690, Jul 10
 Dutch naval officer. In 1687 he was rear-Admiral in a fleet that was active against the Barbary c...
Peleg Heathunknown1680
 
1690unknown
 One of William Coward's crew. Condemned to be hanged at Boston in 1690, but afterwards reprieved.
Thomas Johnstonunknown1680
 
16901690, Jan 27
 Of Boston. Known as "the limping privateer." Sailed with Captain Pound. Wounded in the jaw in the...
Christopher Knightunknown1680
 
1690unknown
 One of Captain Coward's crew. Tried for piracy at Boston in January, 1690, and found guilty, but ...
La Marquise de Fresneunknown1680
 
1690s 9unknown
 Female pirate. Active late 1600's, Mediterranean Pirate
William Bishop [2]unknown1680
 
16911691
 One of Avery's crew. Hanged at Execution Dock in 1691.
John Cooke [2]unknown1680
 
1694 unknown
 an English buccaneer who led an expedition against the Spanish in the early 1680s. This buccaneer...
Captain Laurens de Graff1653 ca1682
 
1695unknown
 a Dutch pirate, mercenary, and naval officer in the service of the French colony of Saint-Domingu...
Alexandre-Olivier Exquemelin16451669
 
16971707
 a French, Dutch or Flemish writer best known as the author of one of the most important sourceboo...
Jean Bart1650, Oct 211672
 
16971702, Apr 27
 a French naval commander and privateer. He served in the Dutch Navy and later became a successful...
Laurens de Graaf16531672
 
16971704, May 24
 Characterised as "a great and mischievous pirate" by Henry Morgan, de Graaf was a Dutch pirate, m...
Jean-Baptiste du Casse16461676
 
16971715
 a French buccaneer, admiral, and colonial administrator who served throughout the Atlantic World ...
Adam Baldridgeunknown1685
 
1697unknown
 an English pirate and one of the early founders of the pirate settlements in Madagascar. Fleeing ...
Sidi Abdulla Ben Aissaunknown1672
 
16981698 ca
 pirate who targeted French ships. ..... Berber (Moroccan) pirate. He served in the Mediterran...
Antonio Fuetunknown1660
 
1699unknown
 This French pirate from Narbonne was known as Captain Moidore. Once, when he was attacking a ship...
Captain Allestonunknown1679
 
1699unknown
 Commanded a vessel of eighteen tons, no guns, and a crew of twenty-four. In March, 1679, sailed i...
Christopher Goffeunknown1680
 
1699unknown
 Originally one of Captain Woollery's crew of Rhode Island pirates. In November, 1687, he surrende...
Thomas Hawkins [2]unknown1680
 
1699unknown
 Born at Boston. Turned pirate and cruised with Captain Pound. Tried for piracy at Boston in 1690,...
Captain Knotunknown1680
 
1699unknown
 An old Massachusetts pirate who retired from the sea and was settled in Boston in 1699. His wife ...
Anne Dieu-Le-Veut1661, Aug 281650
 
17041710, Jan 11
 a French Pirate. Alongside Jaquotte Delahaye, she was one of very few female Buccaneers. She was ...
Lionel Wafer16401679
 
17051705
 a Welsh explorer, buccaneer and privateer. A ship's surgeon, Wafer made several voyages to the So...
Captain William Mayunknown1680
 
1709unknown
 English pirate captain of the PEARL and also known as PEARL OF RHODE ISLAND. He served in the Ca...
William Dampier1651, Sep1673
 
17151715, Mar
 the first Englishman to explore parts of what is today Australia, and the first person to circumn...
Alexander Dalzeel16621685
 
17151715, Dec 5
 a seventeenth-century pirate and former officer under Henry Avery. According to pirate lore, Dalz...
Jonas Berntsson Lambert-Wenman1665 ca1680
 
17291732
 Jonas Berntsson Lambert-Wenman was born in Ume, Vsterbotten, Sweden in approximately 1665. He was...
Lancelot Blackburne1658, Dec 101680
 
17431743, Mar 23
 an English clergyman, who became Archbishop of York, and – in popular belief – a pirate. He w...
Jean Francois Chambrayunknown1687
 
1756unknown
 Knight of Malta
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