Anne Bonny (c. 1700 - c. 1782) was an Irish woman who became a famous pirate, operating in the Caribbean. Her birth name was Anna Cormac, and her birthplace was Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland. She was the daughter of a servant woman, Mary Brennan, and Brennan's employer, lawyer William Cormac.
Calico Jack Rackham, from an early 18th century engraving made by an artist who had never seen him. John "Calico Jack" Rackham had mediocre accomplishments as a pirate. His fame comes from the fact that two most famous woman pirates, Anne Bonny and Mary Read sailed under his flag. He was hung at Gallows Point in Port Royal, Jamaica on November 18, 1720. His body was later placed in a gibbet on a small sandbar in the harbor now known as Rackham's Cay.
Anne Bonny (Clara Paget) The real Anne Bonny was an Irish woman who became a famous pirate, operating in the Caribbean. Anne became friends with many pirates and she felt betrayed when she found out that her husband, James Bonny, started working as an informant to the Governor Woodes Rogers in the summer of 1718.
Edward England is today remembered as one of the famous pirate captains of the "Golden Age of Piracy" who met his end by trying to be generous and to spare the life of captured Scottish seamen James Macrae. During his years of activity in 1717-1720 he forged his fame in the waters of Caribbean and Africa sailing on the ships "The Royal James", "Fancy" and "Pearl", sailing under the iconic black Jolly Roger flag with the skull and two crossed thigh bones.
The Legend of Anne and Mary …. fearsome lady pirates!!
Blackbeard His real name was Edward Teach, better known as Blackbeard – the notorious English pirate who terrorized the waters of the West Indies and the eastern coast of the American colonies from 1717 to 1718.
Henry Every (unknown date of birth and death, most probably 1653 - 1696) was one of the most notorious pirates during the era that is today known as "Golden Age of Pirates". Even though he operated as a pirate for only one year, he gained his significant reputation for being one of the few pirate captains who retired without being caught by the authorities, shortly after one of the most successful naval raids in the pirate history.
Admiral Sir Henry Morgan (ca. 1635 – 25 August 1688) was an Admiral of the Royal Navy, a privateer, and a pirate who made a name for himself during activities in the Caribbean, primarily raiding Spanish settlements. He was one of the most notorious and successful privateers in history, and one of the most ruthless who worked in the Spanish Main.