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Mendoza was executed by hanging in Copenhagen. The king recovered 8 treasure chests of gold coins , each chest requerd 10 man to lift.

Olivier van Noort. Despite his venture being of limited success, it was the inspiration that led to the formation of the Dutch East India Company.

Roger North. John Nutt. An English pirate active in Newfoundland. An important figure in Irish legend who is still present in popular culture today.

John Oxenham. First English privateer to enter the Pacific though Panama. William Parker. Elizabethan Sea Dog active in the West Indies.

Successfully attacked Porto Bello in without firing a shot. Also known as Pisselingh, from Vlissingen hence his name Pisselingh.

Was for 40 years one of the most prominent pirates of Algiers. Settled in in Algiers with great fortune.

Pedro de la Plesa. He and Juan Garcia who joined Jan Jacobsen on his final voyage in Sir Amyas Preston. Sir Walter Raleigh. Elizabethan corsair who commanded two expeditions to search for England El Dorado in Spanish colony of Guayana actual Venezuela.

Assan Reis. Former Dutch privateer turned Barbary corsair. He attacked the Dutch ship St. Murat Reis the Elder.

An Ottoman Albanian privateer and Ottoman admiral who took part in all of the early naval campaigns of Turgut Reis.

James Riskinner. A lieutenant on the ship Warwick , then part of a fleet under the command of Nathaniel Butler, he later took part in a privateering expedition between May—September French nobleman and adventurer who, through his friendship with King Francis, became the first Lieutenant General of New France.

As a corsair he attacked towns and shipping throughout the Spanish Main, from Cuba to Colombia. He died in Paris as one of the first Huguenot martyrs.

Ben Robins. English privateer and slave trader in the West Indies. Isaac Rochussen. His capture of The Falcon , an East India merchantman, was one of the most valuable prizes captured during the lateth century.

Mahieu Romboutsen. Dutch corsair in the service of Spain. Was part of a three ship squadron under Jacques Colaert and was captured with him after a five-hour battle with Jan Evertsen.

William Rous. Dutch corsair and privateer based on Providence Island. He was involved in privateering expeditions for the Providence Island Company and later commander of Fort Henry.

Jan van Ryen. Dutch corsair active in the West Indies. Reportedly killed with a number of colonists attempting to establish one of the first colonies on the Wiapoco in Dutch Guiana.

Pieter Schouten. Sir George Somers. Active in the West Indies up until the turn of the 17th century. Jacques de Sores. A French pirate whose sole documented act was his attack and burning of Havana in Matsura Takanobu.

Guillaume Le Testu. Dirck Simonszoon van Uitgeest. De Veenboer. De Veenboer meaning the Peat Bog Farmer. Former Dutch corsair and privateer.

Later became a Barbary corsair under Simon the Dancer and eventually commanded the Algiers corsair fleet [5].

Sir Francis Verney. English nobleman who left behind his inheritance to become a Barbary corsair. Johannes van Walbeeck.

John Ward. A notorious English pirate around the turn of the 17th century who later became a Barbary Corsair operating out of Tunis during the early s.

Jacob Willekens. Dutch admiral who led Dutch corsairs on the first major privateering expedition to the West Indies. Cornelis Wittebol. Dutch corsair in Spanish service.

In February , attacked a fishing fleet from the Veere and Maasmond sinking several ships and bringing back the survivors to ransom in Duinkerken. Hendrik Worst.

Dutch corsair who accompanied Pieter Schouten in his expedition to the West Indies. Wang Zhi. One of the chief figures among the wokou of the 16th century.

Zheng Zhilong. A convert to Christianity, Zhilon collaborated with Dutch forces, helping to create a monopoly on trade with Japan.

Filips van Zuylen. Dutch corsair active against the Portuguese in West Africa. Vincenzo Alessandri. Originally a Knight of Malta, Alessandri was captured and enslaved.

Cornelius Andreson. Michiel Andrieszoon. Dutch merchant-pirate. Associated with Thomas Paine and Laurens de Graff. John Ansell. Jean Bart. Born the son of a fisherman, Bart retired an admiral in French service.

Michel le Basque. Pirate and flibustier French buccaneer from the Kingdom of Navarre in the southwest of France. John Bear. English pirate active in the Caribbean who also served with the Spanish and French.

Philippe Bequel. Jacob Janssen van den Bergh. Dutch corsair and slave trader for the Dutch West India Company. Charlotte de Berry. A female pirate, she later commanded her own ship.

Her story first appeared in and she may have been fictional. Lancelot Blackburne. Blackburne was an English clergyman, who became Archbishop of York, and — in popular belief — a pirate.

Eduardo Blomar. Spanish renegade active in the Spanish Main during the s. Active in the Caribbean , known for acting in league with the pirate-friendly Governor of St.

Thomas , Adolph Esmit. Pierre Bot. French buccaneer active in the Caribbean. Alexandre Bras-de-Fer. A flibustier French buccaneer in the latter half of the midth century.

He is best known for capturing a Spanish ship after being shipwrecked, though his story is possibly apocryphal.

Nicolas Brigaut. French pirate and buccaneer active in the Caribbean. He was closely associated with fellow corsair Michel de Grammont.

James Browne. Scottish pirate and privateer active in the Caribbean. He is best known for his hasty execution and the effects it had on colonial Jamaican government.

Manuel Butiens. Dutch renegade and Dunkirker in the service of Spain. Jean du Casse. Born to Huguenot parents, du Casse was allowed to join the French navy on the value of his prizes taken while a buccaneer.

Jean Charpin. French pirate and buccaneer active in the Caribbean and off the coast of Africa. Nicholas Clough.

Edward Collier. Served as Sir Henry Morgan's second-in-command throughout much of his expeditions against Spain during the midth century.

Edmund Cooke. Merchant captain, buccaneer, and pirate. Cooke's flag was red-and-yellow striped and featured a hand holding a sword.

John Cooke. English buccaneer who led an expedition against the Spanish in the early s. John Cornelius.

Irish pirate supposedly active in the Red Sea and off the west coast of Africa. He succeeded William Lewis , who was killed after announcing he'd made a pact with the Devil.

Lewis and Cornelius are likely the fictional creations of Captain Charles Johnson, who presented their stories among those of real historical pirates.

John Coxon. One of the most famous of the Brethren of the Coast , a loose consortium of pirates and privateers who were active on the Spanish Main.

George Cusack. William Dampier. Was the first person to circumnavigate the world three times. Edward Davis. John Davis.

Jacquotte Delahaye. Edward Dempster. A buccaneer and privateer active in the Caribbean. He is best known for his association with Henry Morgan.

Anne Dieu-Le-Veut. Was originally one of the women — "Filles de Roi" — sent by the French government to Tortuga to become wives to the local male colonists.

Cornelius Essex. An English buccaneer who took part in Captain Bartholomew Sharp's privateering expedition, the "Pacific Adventure", during the late s.

Jacob Evertson. He escaped Henry Morgan and sailed with Jan Willems for several years. Alexandre Exquemelin.

A French writer, most known as the author of one of the most important sourcebooks of 17th century piracy, De Americaensche Zee-Roovers.

Jacob Fackman. English buccaneer and pirate active in the Caribbean. Jean Fantin. French pirate active in the Caribbean and off the coast of Africa.

He is best known for having his ship stolen by William Kidd and Robert Culliford. Philip Fitzgerald. Irish pirate and privateer who served the Spanish in the Caribbean.

Jean Foccard. Associate of Laurens de Graaf and Michel de Grammont. He later joined them in their attack on Tampico in Pierre Francois.

Midth-century flibustier , or French buccaneer , active in the Caribbean. He is best known for a single attack on a Spanish pearl-diving fleet.

His story appears only in Alexandre Exquemelin 's History of the Buccaneers and the truth of his account is uncertain.

Thomas Freeman. Laurens de Graaf. Also known as Lorencillo and active in the Caribbean. Characterised as "a great and mischievous pirate" by Henry Morgan, de Graaf was a Dutch pirate, mercenary, and naval officer in the service of the French colony of Saint-Domingue.

Sacked Veracruz. His companion was pirate Nicholas van Hoorn [5]. John Graham. English pirate active off New England and the African coast. May have been a doctor as well.

Michel de Grammont. Pierre le Grand. Greaves's nickname was based on a commonly used term for reddened legs often seen among the Scottish and Irish who took to wearing kilts in almost any weather.

Noted for his raid of Margarita Island. He may have been fictional; his story first appeared in Francois Grogniet. French buccaneer and pirate active against the Pacific coast of Spanish Central America.

Juan Guartem. A Spanish renegade pirate who raided Spanish settlements in New Spain during the late 17th century with his most notable raid being against Chepo in Jean Hamlin.

French buccaneer active in the Caribbean and off the coast of Africa. He was often associated with St. Thomas ' pirate-friendly Governor Adolph Esmit.

Peter Harris. Killed at Panama in Richard Hawkins. Thomas Hawkins. Pirate briefly active off New England. He was known for sailing with Thomas Pound.

Thomas Henley. A pirate and privateer active in the Red Sea and the Caribbean. Henry Holloway. A pirate active off the American east coast, from South Carolina to Maine.

Nicholas van Hoorn. Merchant, privateer and later pirate, van Hoorn was hugely successful before dying of wound infection. Active in the Caribbean and based at the island Hispaniola.

Sacked in Veracruz. Worked together with Laurens de Graaf aka Lorencillo [5]. William Jackson. It was the fleet under his command that captured Jamaica for England.

Bartholomeus de Jager. Dutch corsair active against the Portuguese. He attacked a small merchant fleet at Fernando de Noronha capturing one merchant ship and driving off the other.

Daniel Johnson. William Knight. Along with Edward Davis , he took part in the final large buccaneer attack on Spanish holdings.

French pirate active on the Pacific coast of Central America. He sailed and fought alongside a number of prominent buccaneers such as Edward Davis , Francois Grogniet , William Dampier , and others.

Famous by his raids against Maracaibo and Gibraltar , Venezuela. Jelles de Lecat. Often called "Yellahs," "Yallahs," or "Captain Yellows.

William Lewis. Pirate supposedly active in the Caribbean , off the American east coast, and the west coast of Africa. He was known for sparing his victims, and for being killed after announcing he had made a pact with the Devil.

He is likely the fictional creation of Captain Charles Johnson, who presented his story among those of real historical pirates. Raveneau de Lussan.

An impoverished nobleman. Attacked targets in Central America. Known for a "long march" in Thomas Magott.

English buccaneer who sailed with Bartholomew Sharp and others on the "Pacific Adventure". Marquis de Maintenon.

A French nobleman who became a buccaneer in the Caribbean, selling his castle and title to Madame de Maintenon. Remarkable his raid of Margarita Island.

Dutch buccaneer in English service. Known as the Admiral of the " Brethren of the Coast ", Mansvelt was a mentor to Sir Henry Morgan who succeeded him following his death.

David Marteen. Known primarily as the sole non-English Captain who participated in the raids against Spanish strongholds in present-day Mexico and Nicaragua.

Montbars the Exterminator. A former French naval officer and gentleman adventurer, he engaged in a violent and destructive war against Spain in the Caribbean and the Spanish Main.

His hatred of the Spanish earned him the name "Montbars the Exterminator". Sir Henry Morgan. A privateer who later retired to become Lieutenant Governor of Jamaica.

John Morris. A skilled pilot , he served with both Christopher Myngs and Henry Morgan before becoming a pirate hunter. Sir Christopher Myngs.

Described as "unhinged and out of tune" by the governor of Jamaica, Myngs nevertheless became a Vice-Admiral of the Blue in the Royal Navy.

Thomas Paine. A colonial American privateer who raided several settlements in the West Indies with Jan Willems , most notably against Rio de la Hacha in He also drove the French from Block Island.

Manuel Ribeiro Pardal. Portuguese privateer in the service of Spain. One of the few successful privateers active against the buccaneers of the Caribbean during the late 17th century.

George Peterson. Part of his crew consisted of the remnants of the crews of Jean Hamlin and two recently deceased pirates, Jan "Yankey" Willems and Jacob Evertson.

Pierre Le Picard. An officer under l'Ollonais and Henry Morgan , he and Moise Vauquelin left to pursue a career on their own.

He later served in King William's War. He may have been one of the first buccaneers to raid shipping on both the Caribbean and Pacific coasts.

Chevalier du Plessis. French privateer active in the West Indies. He was succeeded by Moise Vauquelin following his death. Baron Jean de Pointis.

His greatest venture was the Raid of Cartagena. One of the earliest pirates to use a pirate code. Thomas Pound. Briefly commanded a small ship near Massachusetts before being captured.

Lawrence Prince. Philip Ras. Stenka Razin. A Cossack pirate who operated on the Volga and later expanded into the Caspian Sea.

Peter Roderigo. Richard Sawkins. Lewis Scot. Known for his attack on the city of Campeche , on the Yucatan Peninsula.

Robert Searle. Jamaican -based buccaneer known for his sacks of Tobago and St. Augustine, Florida and occasional compatriot of Henry Morgan.

Bartholomew Sharp. Gustav Skytte. Attacked ships in the Baltic Sea , along with other accomplices of noble descent. Bernard Claesen Speirdyke.

Dutch buccaneer active in the Caribbean, he was captured by Captain Manuel Ribeiro Pardal near Cuba and later executed. Charles Swan.

A reluctant pirate, he begged for a pardon even as he looted his way around South America. His existence is disputed as the only preth century reference to him appears in Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography.

An officer under l'Ollonais , he also had a partnership with Pierre le Picard. In his later years, he wrote a book detailing the coastline of Honduras and the Yucatan along with fellow buccaneer Philippe Bequel.

Captain Veale. Thomas Veale. Cornelis Janszoon van de Velde. Dutch corsair active near the Antillen, he was briefly associated with Bartholomeus de Jager.

Lionel Wafer. It was extremely rare, but women did occasionally strap on a cutlass and pistol and take to the seas. Bonny and Read dressed as men and reportedly fought just as well or better than their male counterparts.

When Rackham and his crew were captured, Bonny and Read announced that they were both pregnant and thus avoided being hanged along with the others.

Were pirates desperate men who could not find honest work? Not always: many pirates chose the life, and whenever a pirate stopped a merchant ship, it was not uncommon for a handful of merchant crewmen to join the pirates.

Sailors were underpaid, routinely cheated of their wages, beaten at the slightest provocation and often forced to serve.

It should surprise no one that many would willingly choose the more humane and democratic life on board a pirate vessel.

Not all of the Golden Age pirates were uneducated thugs who took up piracy for lack of a better way to make a living. Some of them came from higher social classes as well.

William Kidd was a decorated sailor and very wealthy man when he set out in on a pirate-hunting mission: he turned pirate shortly thereafter.

Another example is Major Stede Bonnet , who was a wealthy plantation owner in Barbados before he outfitted a ship and became a pirate in some say he did it to get away from a nagging wife!

Sometimes it depended on your point of view. During wartime, nations would often issue Letters of Marque and Reprisal, which allowed ships to attack enemy ports and vessels.

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These rules included punishments for lying, stealing or fighting on board. Pirates took these articles very seriously and punishments could be severe.

Sorry, but this one is another myth. A pirate ship was more than a boatload of thieves, killers, and rascals. A good ship was a well-run machine, with officers and a clear division of labor.

The captain decided where to go and when, and which enemy ships to attack. He also had absolute command during battle.

There were other positions, including boatswain, carpenter, cooper, gunner, and navigator. Success as a pirate ship depended on these men carrying out their tasks efficiently and supervising the men under their command.

The Caribbean was a great place for pirates: there was little or no law, there were plenty of uninhabited islands for hideouts, and many merchant vessels passed through.

It was extremely rare, but women did occasionally strap on a cutlass and pistol and take to the seas.

Bonny and Read dressed as men and reportedly fought just as well or better than their male counterparts. When Rackham and his crew were captured, Bonny and Read announced that they were both pregnant and thus avoided being hanged along with the others.

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Originally from Naples , he was elected "Captain-General of the Galleys" in , , and James Alday. William Aleyn. English pirate active in the Thames and English Channel.

Associate of William Kyd. Jean Ango. A French ship-owner who provided ships to Francis I for exploration of the globe. Hayreddin Barbarossa.

Barnim VI, Duke of Pomerania. Germany Pomerania. A Pomeranian duke supporting privateers in the Baltic Sea region and later going on pirate raids himself.

Baldassare Cossa. John Crabbe. Flemish pirate known for his successful use of a ship-mounted catapult. Pier Gerlofs Donia. Netherlands Frisia.

From Arum, Friesland. Known as Grutte Pier 'big Pier' because of his length. Another nickname was 'Cross of the Dutchmen'. A Frisian warrior , pirate , freedom fighter , folk hero and rebel.

Erlend Eindridesson [3]. Norwegian nobleman , plundered German ships in the Sognefjord. Eric of Pomerania. The first king of the Nordic Kalmar Union , he spent his last years living on the island of Gothland and "sent forth piratical expeditions against friend and foe alike".

Alv Erlingsson. Eustace the Monk. Jean Fleury. French privateer and naval officer under Jean Ango. Seized three Spanish ships carrying Aztec treasure from Mexico to Spain in Magnus Heinason.

Faroese naval hero and privateer. Was executed for piracy, though charges were later dropped. Klein Henszlein. A 16th-century pirate who raided shipping in the North Sea until his defeat and capture by a fleet from Hamburg.

Wijerd Jelckama. Germany Frisia. William Kyd. English pirate active in Southwest England during the early-to-midth century. Gödeke Michels. A German pirate and one of the leaders of the Likedeelers, a combination of former Victual Brothers Vitalienbrüder.

Martin Pechlin [3]. Died in Mandal , Norway. One of the most feared pirates in his time. Didrik Pining.

A pirate and privateer operating in the North Sea. Often partnered with Hans Pothorst. Hans Pothorst. Often partnered with Didrik Pining.

Salih Reis. Turgut Reis. Klaus Störtebeker. Yermak Timofeyevich. A leader of a gang of river pirates, along the Don River region, of Russia and later, led an expedition, in the Russian conquest of Siberia, in the reign of Tsar Ivan the Terrible.

Kristoffer Trondson. A Norwegian nobleman-turned pirate and privateer. Operated in the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. Gave up piracy in and eventually, became admiral of the Danish Fleet.

Bartholomeus Voet [3]. Second leader of Victual Brohers , plundered and burned down the Norwegian city Bergen in Hennig Wichmann.

Cord Widderich. A pirate active during political conflicts between Dithmarschen and North Frisia in the early 15th century.

Magister Wigbold. Uluj Ali. Nicholas Alvel. Active in the Ionian Sea. A Spanish Admiral and pirate hunter, de Aviles is remembered for his destruction of the French settlement of Fort Caroline in Samuel Axe.

Sir Andrew Barton. Served under a Scottish letter of marque , but was described a pirate by English and Portuguese. Abraham Blauvelt. One of the last Dutch corsairs of the midth century, Blauvelt mapped much of South America.

Jambe de Bois. Known for his sacking of Santiago de Cuba in Jean Bontemps. Active in the Caribbean Sea. Jan de Bouff. Rock Brasiliano.

Pirate born in the town of Groningen, long residence of Dutch colony of Brasil. Active in the Caribbean and captain of pirates of Jamaica.

Know or his furry and great cruelty and sadism, especially against Spaniards [5]. Hendrik Brouwer. Brouwer was a privateer who fought the Habsburgs during the Dutch revolt, holding the city of Castro, Chile hostage for a period of two months.

Nathaniel Butler. Despite a comparatively unsuccessful career as a privateer, Butler was later colonial governor of Bermuda. John Callis.

Thomas Cavendish. The first man to intentionally circumnavigate the globe, Cavendish also raided numerous Spanish towns and ships in the New World.

Jacob Collaart. A Flemish admiral who served as privateer and one of the Dunkirkers in Spanish Habsburg service during the Dutch Revolt, responsible for the destruction of at least fishing boats.

Claes Compaan. Former Dutch corsair and privateer, he later became a pirate and was successful in capturing hundreds of ships in Europe , the Barbary coast and West Africa.

Baltazar de Cordes. Simon Danziker. Dutch corsair and privateer who later became a Barbary corsair based in Algiers and Tunis during the early 17th century.

He and John Ward dominated the Western Mediterranean during the early 17th century. Sir Francis Drake. Known as "el Draque" the Dragon , he was an Elizabethan corsair considered a hero in England, but little more than a pirate in Spain.

Peter Easton. A privateer, then pirate, who was able to retire in Villefranche , Savoy with an estimated worth of two million pounds.

Jan Evertsen. Dutch admiral and corsair. Juan Garcia. One of the Spanish privateers who accompanied Jan Jacobsen on his last voyage in Sir Michael Geare.

Piers Griffith. From to , Griffith was active against Spanish shipping. Sir John Hawkins. An Elizabethan corsair and some-time slaves trader in West Africa and Venezuelan coasts.

His work in ship design was important during the threat of invasion from the Spanish Armada. Piet Pieterszoon Hein. After serving as a Spanish galley slave for four years, Hein later captured 11,, guilders of cargo from the Spanish treasure fleet.

Moses Cohen Henriques. Richard Ingle. Maryland privateer and pirate. In an extension of the English Civil War in the Catholic colony of Maryland he and the Puritan settlers plundered ships belonging to Catholics and the colonial governor Lord Baltimore.

Ingle seized control of the colonial capital briefly and was later hanged for piracy. Pieter Adriaanszoon Ita.

Dutch corsair and privateer. Commanded one of the earliest and largest expeditions against the Portugal and Spain in the Caribbean during Jan Jacobsen.

Flemish-born privateer in English service during the Eighty Years' War. Willem Jacobszoon. Dutch corsair who accompanied Pieter Schouten on one of the first major expeditions to the West Indies.

Willem Jansen. Dutch corsair based in Duinkerken and one time officer under Jacques Colaert. Jan Janszoon. Known also as Murad Reis, originally Dutch, he was a fighter in Morocco who converted to Islam after being captured by a Moorish state in Zheng Jing.

Chinese pirate and warlord. The eldest son of Koxinga and grandson of Zheng Zhilong , he succeeded his father as ruler of Tainan and briefly occupied Fujian.

Cornelius Jol. Dutch corsair successful against the Spanish in the West Indies. One of the first to use a wooden peg leg.

Shirahama Kenki. Lawrence Keymis. Sir James Lancaster. Elizabethan Sea Dog active in India during the late 16th century.

Later a chief director for the East India Company. Peter Love. He was betrayed by the outlaw Neil MacLeod and executed in Hendrick Jacobszoon Lucifer.

Hendrick captured 1. Sir Henry Mainwaring. English privateer and pirate hunter. Arnaut Mami. Active in the Narrow Sea the modern day Adriatic Sea.

He was the squadron admiral and the supreme commander of all Islamic vessels in North Africa and Pasha Algiers, known as the most formidable corsair of that period.

Jan Mendoza [3]. Spain or Netherlands. Plundered the water between Iceland and Norway , and the coast of Finnmark and Nordland. Mendoza was executed by hanging in Copenhagen.

The king recovered 8 treasure chests of gold coins , each chest requerd 10 man to lift. Olivier van Noort.

Despite his venture being of limited success, it was the inspiration that led to the formation of the Dutch East India Company. Roger North. John Nutt.

An English pirate active in Newfoundland. An important figure in Irish legend who is still present in popular culture today. John Oxenham. First English privateer to enter the Pacific though Panama.

William Parker. Elizabethan Sea Dog active in the West Indies. Successfully attacked Porto Bello in without firing a shot. Also known as Pisselingh, from Vlissingen hence his name Pisselingh.

Was for 40 years one of the most prominent pirates of Algiers. Settled in in Algiers with great fortune.

Pedro de la Plesa. He and Juan Garcia who joined Jan Jacobsen on his final voyage in Sir Amyas Preston.

Sir Walter Raleigh. Elizabethan corsair who commanded two expeditions to search for England El Dorado in Spanish colony of Guayana actual Venezuela.

Assan Reis. Former Dutch privateer turned Barbary corsair. He attacked the Dutch ship St. Murat Reis the Elder.

An Ottoman Albanian privateer and Ottoman admiral who took part in all of the early naval campaigns of Turgut Reis.

James Riskinner. A lieutenant on the ship Warwick , then part of a fleet under the command of Nathaniel Butler, he later took part in a privateering expedition between May—September French nobleman and adventurer who, through his friendship with King Francis, became the first Lieutenant General of New France.

As a corsair he attacked towns and shipping throughout the Spanish Main, from Cuba to Colombia. He died in Paris as one of the first Huguenot martyrs.

Ben Robins. English privateer and slave trader in the West Indies. Isaac Rochussen. His capture of The Falcon , an East India merchantman, was one of the most valuable prizes captured during the lateth century.

Mahieu Romboutsen. Dutch corsair in the service of Spain. Was part of a three ship squadron under Jacques Colaert and was captured with him after a five-hour battle with Jan Evertsen.

William Rous. Dutch corsair and privateer based on Providence Island. He was involved in privateering expeditions for the Providence Island Company and later commander of Fort Henry.

Jan van Ryen. Dutch corsair active in the West Indies. Reportedly killed with a number of colonists attempting to establish one of the first colonies on the Wiapoco in Dutch Guiana.

Pieter Schouten. Sir George Somers. Active in the West Indies up until the turn of the 17th century. Jacques de Sores.

A French pirate whose sole documented act was his attack and burning of Havana in Matsura Takanobu. Guillaume Le Testu.

Dirck Simonszoon van Uitgeest. De Veenboer. De Veenboer meaning the Peat Bog Farmer. Former Dutch corsair and privateer.

Later became a Barbary corsair under Simon the Dancer and eventually commanded the Algiers corsair fleet [5]. Sir Francis Verney.

English nobleman who left behind his inheritance to become a Barbary corsair. Johannes van Walbeeck. John Ward. A notorious English pirate around the turn of the 17th century who later became a Barbary Corsair operating out of Tunis during the early s.

Jacob Willekens. Dutch admiral who led Dutch corsairs on the first major privateering expedition to the West Indies. Cornelis Wittebol. Dutch corsair in Spanish service.

In February , attacked a fishing fleet from the Veere and Maasmond sinking several ships and bringing back the survivors to ransom in Duinkerken.

Hendrik Worst. Dutch corsair who accompanied Pieter Schouten in his expedition to the West Indies. Wang Zhi. One of the chief figures among the wokou of the 16th century.

Zheng Zhilong. A convert to Christianity, Zhilon collaborated with Dutch forces, helping to create a monopoly on trade with Japan.

Filips van Zuylen. Dutch corsair active against the Portuguese in West Africa. Vincenzo Alessandri. Originally a Knight of Malta, Alessandri was captured and enslaved.

Cornelius Andreson. Michiel Andrieszoon. Dutch merchant-pirate. Associated with Thomas Paine and Laurens de Graff. John Ansell. Jean Bart. Born the son of a fisherman, Bart retired an admiral in French service.

Michel le Basque. Pirate and flibustier French buccaneer from the Kingdom of Navarre in the southwest of France.

John Bear. English pirate active in the Caribbean who also served with the Spanish and French. Philippe Bequel. Jacob Janssen van den Bergh.

Dutch corsair and slave trader for the Dutch West India Company. Charlotte de Berry. A female pirate, she later commanded her own ship.

Her story first appeared in and she may have been fictional. Lancelot Blackburne. Blackburne was an English clergyman, who became Archbishop of York, and — in popular belief — a pirate.

Eduardo Blomar. Spanish renegade active in the Spanish Main during the s. Active in the Caribbean , known for acting in league with the pirate-friendly Governor of St.

Thomas , Adolph Esmit. Pierre Bot. French buccaneer active in the Caribbean. Alexandre Bras-de-Fer. A flibustier French buccaneer in the latter half of the midth century.

He is best known for capturing a Spanish ship after being shipwrecked, though his story is possibly apocryphal.

Nicolas Brigaut. French pirate and buccaneer active in the Caribbean. He was closely associated with fellow corsair Michel de Grammont. James Browne.

Scottish pirate and privateer active in the Caribbean. He is best known for his hasty execution and the effects it had on colonial Jamaican government.

Manuel Butiens. Dutch renegade and Dunkirker in the service of Spain. Jean du Casse. Born to Huguenot parents, du Casse was allowed to join the French navy on the value of his prizes taken while a buccaneer.

Jean Charpin. French pirate and buccaneer active in the Caribbean and off the coast of Africa. Nicholas Clough. Edward Collier.

Served as Sir Henry Morgan's second-in-command throughout much of his expeditions against Spain during the midth century. Edmund Cooke. Merchant captain, buccaneer, and pirate.

Cooke's flag was red-and-yellow striped and featured a hand holding a sword. John Cooke. English buccaneer who led an expedition against the Spanish in the early s.

John Cornelius. Irish pirate supposedly active in the Red Sea and off the west coast of Africa. He succeeded William Lewis , who was killed after announcing he'd made a pact with the Devil.

Lewis and Cornelius are likely the fictional creations of Captain Charles Johnson, who presented their stories among those of real historical pirates.

John Coxon. One of the most famous of the Brethren of the Coast , a loose consortium of pirates and privateers who were active on the Spanish Main.

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