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Back in the day, if someone took your ship they were either doing so under the auspices of a country (privateer) or for their own benefit (pirate, buccaneer, corsair, etc.)...either way, whomever it was, you will probably find him (or her) listed here...
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Peter Inglis

bornactivedied
unknown1797 caunknown
Privateer Captured


Gunner William Ingram

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unknownunknown
Was one of Captain Anstis's crew in the Good Fortune when that pirate took the Morning Star. After the prize had been converted to the pirates' use, Ingram was appointed gunner. Later, when Ingram came to be tried for piracy, evidence was produced to prove that he had joined the pirates of his own free will, and, in fact, had on all occasions been one of the...
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Captain John Ireland

bornactivedied
unknown1700s ca1710 ca
Irish pirate and captain. He served in the Atlantic Ocean on the east coast of America and in the Caribbean. Plundered many a ship, most of the English ships. He was on the list of pirate hunters to Seize or Destroy William Kidd's ship.
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William Irish

bornactivedied
unknown1587 caunknown


Captain Irvine

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unknownunknown
One of the last pirates in the Atlantic. Very active in the early part of the nineteenth century.
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Ferrando Dell' Isola

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unknownunknown


Pieter Adriaanszoon Ita

aka: Ita de Duinkerke
bornactivedied
15971628-16301638
a 17th-century Dutch corsair and privateer. He was also an admiral in the Dutch West India Company and, in 1628, commanded a large expedition against Portuguese and Spanish interests in the Caribbean. The expedition was one of the largest of its time and included many of the great corsairs of the era.
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