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Blackbeard Wanted Poster

Edward Blackbeard Teach Jolly Roger:Pirate Flag W

Calico Jack Rachham Jolly Roger/Pirate Flag

Black Sam Bellamy Jolly Roger/Pirate Flag

Henry Every Jolly Roger:Pirate Flag

Henry Every Jolly Roger:Pirate Flag
Henry Every, also Evory or Avery, (23 August 1659 – after 1696), sometimes erroneously given as John Avery,[a] was an English pirate who operated in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans in the mid-1690s. He

Christopher Condent Jolly Roger:Pirate Flag

Christopher Condent Jolly Roger:Pirate Flag
Christopher Condent (1690s – died 1770), born in Plymouth in Devon, was an English pirate who led the return to the Eastern Seas. He and his crew fled New Providence in 1718, when Woodes Rogers became

Thomas Tew Jolly Roger/Pirate Flag

Stede Bonnet Jolly Roger/Pirate Flag

Stede Bonnet Jolly Roger/Pirate Flag
xStede Bonnet (c. 1688[3] – 10 December 1718[4])[5] was an early 18th-century Barbadian pirate, sometimes called "The Gentleman Pirate"[6] because he was a moderately wealthy landowner before turning

Walter Kennedy Jolly Roger/Pirate Flag

Richard Worley's Jolly Roger/Pirate Flag

Richard Worley's Jolly Roger/Pirate Flag
Richard Worley (born ca. 1686 - died February 17, 1719) was a pirate who was active in the Caribbean Sea and the east coast of the American colonies during the early 18th century. He is credited as on

John Quelch/John Phillips Jolly Roger/Pirate Flag

John Quelch/John Phillips Jolly Roger/Pirate Flag
John Phillips (died April 18, 1724) was an English pirate captain. He started his piratical career in 1721 under Thomas Anstis, and stole his own pirate vessel in 1723.

Edward Low Jolly Roger/Pirate Flag

Edward Low Jolly Roger/Pirate Flag
Captain Edward "Ned" Low (also spelled Lowe or Loe; ca. 1690 – ca. 1724) was a notorious English pirate during the latter days of the Golden Age of Piracy, in the early 18th century.

Christopher Moody Jolly Roger/Pirate Flag

Christopher Moody Jolly Roger/Pirate Flag
Christopher Moody (1694–1722) was an 18th-century pirate who held a policy of no quarter (no sparing of lives). After he was captured, he was hanged at Cape Coast Castle in Cabo Corso, Ghana (now Cape

Bartholomew Roberts/Black Bart Jolly Roger Pirate

Bartholomew Roberts/Black Bart Jolly Roger Pirate

Bartholomew Roberts/Black Bart Jolly Roger Pirate
Bartholomew Roberts (17 May 1682 – 10 February 1722), born John Roberts, was a Welsh pirate who raided ships off the Americas and West Africa between 1719 and 1722. He was the most successful pirate o


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