Assemoni - (1693 ca.) Weapon buyer for king Basua.
Alexandra of Denmark - (1865 ca.) Alexandra of Denmark (Alexandra Caroline Marie Charlotte Louise Julia; 1 December 1844 – 20 November 1925) was Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and Empress of India as the wife of King-Emperor Edward VII.
John Ackin - (1723 ca.) Mate of the ship Amsterdam Merchant.
Acton - (1696 ca.) Captain of the Advice.
James Adair - Pirate from Scotland. Adair settled down on Madagascar together with Plantain.
Henry Adams - (1694 - 1696 ca.) Quatermaster of the Fancy.
Packer Adams - (1718 ca.) Pirate
Nicho Adams - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
Samuell Airy - (1717 ca.)
John Aldred - (1696 ca.) Captain and the commander of the Essex Prize.
Algier - (1724 - 1724 ca.) Supercargoer of the Caroline/George
Richard Allein - (1718 ca.) The Attorney General of South Carolina.
Arthur Allen - (1718 ca.) Pirate
John Allen - Pirate
Guillermo de Alua - (1641 ca.) English captain of a ship which sunk in Spain 1641. Possibly William of Alloa
József Alvinczi - (1796 ca.) Freiherr Joseph Alvinczi von Borberek a.k.a. Baron József Alvinczi de Borberek (German: Joseph Alvinczy, Freiherr von Berberek; 1 February 1735 – 25 September 1810) was a soldier in the Habsburg Army and a Field Marshal of the Austrian Empire.
John Anderson - (1702 ca.) British captain.
Börje Andersson Hjelmström - (1716 - 1717 ca.) Swedish privateer of the Ship Snappopp.
Don Sebastian Andrad - (1660 - 1737 ca.) Portuguese archbishop of Goa and viceroy.
Kanhoji Angre - (1669 - 1729 ca.) Kanhoji Angré or Conajee Angria or Sarkhel Angré (Sarkhel is a title equal to Admiral of a fleet) (August 1669 – 4 July 1729) was one of the first notable chief of the Maratha Navy in 18th century India. He fought against the British, Dutch and Portuguese naval interests on the coasts of India during the 18th century. As a result, his European enemies labeled him a pirate. Despite the attempts of the British and Portuguese to subdue Angre, he remained undefeated until his death
Tulgaee Angria - Pirate in the Indian Sea.
George Anson - Captain
Thomas Anstis - (1718 ca.) English pirate. He was mainly active in the Caribbean, and served under first Howell Davis and later Bartholomew Roberts.
James Archbould - (1720 - 1720 ca.)
John Archer - (1723 ca.) Pirate. Also known as John Rose Archer.
Hernando Arias de Saavedra - Byname Hernandarias (born 1561?, Asunción [now in Paraguay]—died 1634, Santa Fe [now in Argentina]) Spanish-American explorer, soldier, and lieutenant governor (1591–93) and governor (1602–09, 1614–18) of the Spanish district of Río de la Plata in South America.
Thomas Arnoll - (1680 - 1680 ca.) Captain of the ship Viner.
Louis Arot - (1717 ca.) Cabin boy of La Concorde and later a pirate.
Ashton - (1723 ca.) Captive of teh pirates Spriggs and Low.


Basua - King of Akwamu.
Barbarossa - (Italian: Redbeard) byname of Khayr al-Din, original name Khidr. A Barbary pirate and later admiral of the Ottoman fleet, by whose initiative Algeria and Tunisia became part of the Ottoman Empire.
Robert Baillie - (1720 - 1720 ca.)
Baker - Pirate. He was also known as Boulanger.
Thomas Baker - (1717 - 1717 ca.) Born in Holland.
Balchen - (1713 ca.) British captain
Adam Baldrige - (1690 - 1710 ca.) English pirate and one of the early founders of the pirate settlements in Madagascar. He was a trader on St Marie.
George Balfour - Captain of the AEtna fire-ship
Richard W. Ballentine - (1814 - 1836 ca.) Richard W. Ballentine, Alamo defender, was born in Scotland in 1814. He traveled to Texas from Alabama aboard the Santiago and disembarked on December 9, 1835.
John Bannantyne - (1705 ca.) Seaman Worcester.
John Bannister - (1782 ca.) Commander of the privateer Vlijt from the Netherlands.
Barlow - (1724 - 1725 ca.) Mariner and a forced man aboard a pirate ship commanded by Shipton.
Edward Barlow - (1676 ca.) Captain
Henry Barnes - (1705 ca.) Seaman Worcester.
Henry Barnes - (1723 - 1723 ca.) Barnes was forced into Low's crew. He had three sisters living in Barbadoes.
Jonathan Barnet - (1715 - 1720 ca.) Captain
Paul François Jean Nicolas Barras - (1795 ca.) Paul François Jean Nicolas, vicomte de Barras (30 June 1755 – 29 January 1829), commonly known as Paul Barras, was a French politician of the French Revolution, and the main executive leader of the Directory regime of 1795–1799.
George Barrow - (1723 ca.) Master of the sloop The Content.
Gerrard Barry - Supercargoer on the swedish ship Tre Cronor.
William Bates - (1723 ca.) Pirate in Taylor's crew
Joséphine de Beauharnais - (1795 ca.) Joséphine de Beauharnais was the first wife of Napoleon I, and thus the first Empress of the French.
Johann Peter Beaulieu - (1796 ca.) Johann Peter de Beaulieu, also Jean Pierre de Beaulieu, born 26 October 1725 in Lathuy, Brabant, Belgium– died 22 December 1819, was an Walloon military officer. He joined the Austrian army and fought against the Prussians during the Seven Years' War.
Joseph Beauvollier de Courchant - (1718 - 1723 ca.) Governor of Bourbon and Mauritius.
Becker - Danish commandeur of the ship Le Prince Charles, 300 men, 50 guns
James Belbin - (1724 - 1724 ca.) Pirate in Gow's crew
Samuel Bellamy - (1689 - 1717) Pirate captain, later known as Black Sam Bellamy. He was an English pirate who operated in the early 18th century. Though his known career as a pirate captain lasted little more than a year, he and his crew captured at least 53 ships under his command – making him the wealthiest pirate in recorded history – before his death at age 28. Called Black Sam in Cape Cod folklore because he eschewed the fashionable powdered wig in favor of tying back his long black hair with a simple band, Bellamy became known for his mercy and generosity toward those he captured on his raids. This reputation earned him another nickname, the Prince of Pirates. He likened himself to Robin Hood, with his crew calling themselves Robin Hood's Men. Also reffered to as Samuel Bellame.
Bellomont - (1695 ca.) Governing New York, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire
James Bendall - (1718 ca.) Pirate
Pierre Benoît Dumas - (1722 - 1730 ca.) Governor of Reunion and Mauritius.
John Bently - Pirate, active in the Indian Ocean.
Jonathan Bernard - (1718 ca.) Owner of three sloops of Jamaica.
Thomas Bernard - (1720 - 1720 ca.)
Best - (1578 ca.) Captain of the Anne Francis.
Robert Bibby - (1717 ca.) Pirate
Paul Bickford - (1694 ca.) Master of the ship the James and Thomas, beloning to Plymouth.
Bille - Danish commandeur of the ship La Protecteur ou Beschirmer(?), 450 men, 60 guns
William Billes - (1724 ca.) Pressed into Gow's crew.
Birch - Governor of Bahamas
William Bishop - (1696 - 1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew.
William Blades - Pirate executed at Bull Point July 19, 1723. Age 28 from Rhode Island
William Blads - (1723 - 1723 ca.)
Richard Bleurow - (1719 - 1720 ca.) Captain of the Heroine.
Gédéon Bloquel - (1702 ca.) French captain and commander of Postillion.
Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher - (1815 ca.) Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher, Fürst von Wahlstatt (16 December 1742 – 12 September 1819), Graf (count), later elevated to Fürst (sovereign prince) von Wahlstatt, was a Prussian Generalfeldmarschall (field marshal). He earned his greatest recognition after leading his army against Napoleon I at the Battle of the Nations at Leipzig in 1813 and the Battle of Waterloo in 1815.
De Bobadilla - (1500 ca.) Governor of Santo Domingo.
William Bohony - (1721 - 1724 ca.) Pirate. Bohony lived for a while on Madagascar. He applied for a pardon to the authorities on Bourbon.
Jan Boin - (1702 ca.) Pirate and previously a sail maker
John Bois - (1718 ca.) John Bois sailed on the Wade frigate.
Napoleon Bonaparte - (1769 - 1821) A French military and political leader who rose to prominence during the French Revolution and led several successful campaigns during the French Revolutionary Wars.
Stede Bonnet - (1688 - 1718 ca.) Nicknamed The Gentleman Pirate, Bonnet was born into a wealthy family before turning to piracy. Also known as Edwards and captain Thomas.
Anne Bonny - (1698 - 1782 ca.) Pirate. Also Ann Fulford, Anne Cormac, Anne Burleigh, Bonn.
Charles Boone - (1715 - 1722 ca.) A British governor of the Bombay Presidency during the period of the Honourable East India Company, serving from 1715 to 1722.
George Booth - English pirate. One of the earliest pirates active in the Indian Ocean and Red Sea.
Robert Bootle - (1723 - 1725 ca.) Captain of the London
Willem Bosman - Dutch
Henry Bostock - (1717 - 1717 ca.) Master of the sloop Margaret of St. Christophers.
Botham - (1717 - 1717 ca.) Captain of Stoke Newington, commander of the Dalbin - a ship of 600 tons belonging to Mr Hart, Mr Trenchfield and Mr Franklin, merchants and council for the company at Bengal.
John Bowen - Pirate from Bermuda. He was active in the Indian Ocean, his contemporaries included George Booth and Nathaniel North.
Thomas Bowrey - The head of the owners of the Worcester.
Sarah Bradley Cox Oort - (1691 ca.) An English woman who were in her early twenties in 1669 when she married William Kidd. She had then already been twice widowed and was one of the wealthiest women in New York.
James Bradshaw - (1719 ca.) Crew of the Princess of London.
Ellis Brand - (1718 - 1722 ca.) Captain of the HMS Lyme and later the man of war Hector.
Johan Branting - Swedish major
Maria Regina Branting - (1751 ca.)
Brathwaite - Commander of the Exeter. Replaced Sir Robert Johnson.
John Brett - (1716 ca.) Mariner
John Bright - Pirate executed at Bull Point, July 19, 1723.
Mr Brooks - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
Isak Browald - Swedish lieutenant
Charles Brown - (1722 - 1722 ca.) Captain of the Feverham man of war.
Nicholas Brown - Active off the coast of Jamaica, Brown was eventually killed – and his head pickled – by childhood friend John Drudge.
John Brown - (1705 ca.) Skipper in Leith, 40 years old in 1705 and then married.
Walter Brown - (1720 - 1720 ca.) Was aboard the London in India 1721.
John Brown - (1716 - 1717 ca.) Born in Jamaica.
Thomas Brown - (1720 - 1720 ca.) Alias Bourn.
John Brown - Pirate executed at Bull Point, July 19, 1723. Age 29, from Coun. De..
John Brucklie - (1705 ca.) Seaman of the Worcester.
Buckmaster - Pirate who's wife married Baldrige.
Jacobs de Bucquoy - (1719 - 1722 ca.) Dutch chart writer.
Josiah Burchett - (1692 ca.) Secretary of the Admiralty in England, a position he held for almost fifty years.
Hans Burgen - (1721 ca.) Danish pirate also known as the Dane. He was born in Copenhagen and worked as a cooper.
Samuell Burgess - (1689 - 1716 ca.) Pirate, originally a member of the Blessed William commanded by William Kidd.
Joseph Burleigh - (1721 ca.) Husband to Anne Bonny.
James Burn - (1705 ca.) Boatswain of the Worcester.
James Butler - Also known as the 2nd duke of Ormonde.
John Butler - (1732 ca.) Captain of the Sirene.
George Byng - (1717 - 1717 ca.) 1st Viscount Torrington. A Royal Navy officer and statesman.


Charles - Pirate executed at Bull Point July 19, 1723
Black Caesar - A captured slave turned pirate, Black Caesar was a well-known pirate active off the Florida Keys during the early 18th century. He later acted as a lieutenant to Blackbeard and was one of five Africans serving on his flagship.
James Cahoon - (1722 ca.) Captain, attacked by Low
William Cammock - A seaman under captain Bartholomew Sharp.
George Camocke - (1666 - 1732 ca.) George Camocke, sometimes spelt Cammock. Jacobite naval officer and officer in the Spanish service.
Candler - (1713 ca.) Captain of H.M.S. Winchelsea
Richard Canning - Commander of a Man of War, and served in the Baltic.
Carbyn - (1604 ca.) Pirate, hanged in Wapping.
Carew - (1578 ca.) Captain of the Hopewell.
Martin Carill - (1718 ca.) Pirate
Thomas Carlyle - Thomas Carlyle (4 December 1795 – 5 February 1881) was a Scottish philosopher, satirical writer, essayist, historian and teacher. Considered one of the most important social commentators of his time, he presented many lectures during his lifetime with certain acclaim in the Victorian era.
Karl Carpelan - (1713 ca.) Swedish, associated with king Karl XII.
Patrick Carty - (1720 - 1720 ca.) Pirate in Rackham's crew.
Jacques Cassard - (1707 - 1707 ca.) French corsair from Nantes.
Thomas Castleton - (1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew.
Richard Caverley - (1716 ca.) Master of the sloop Elizabeth.
Gustaf Celsing - (1713 ca.)
Chandler - British captain
George Chappell - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
Thomas Checkley - Mariner
Mrs Cheng - Mrs Cheng was a female pirate and by some claimed to be the most powerful in history. Over 300 ships were in her command and somewhere between 20 000 to 40 000 pirates. She was born around 1775 in Guangdon.
Chinton - (1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew
Dirk Chivers - (1695 - 1698 ca.) Pirate active in the Red Sea and Indian Ocean, Chivers later retired from piracy and returned to the Netherlands. Chivers was a mate onboard the Portsmouth Advanture, one of Every's consort vessels and later the captain of the Resolution. He had been a former seaman belonging to Hamburg. Aka Richard Shivers, Dirk Shivers, Richard Sievers.
Richard Chope - (1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew.
Charles Church - Pirate executed at Bull Point, July 19, 1723. Age 21, from Marg. Par.
John Churchill - 1st Duke of Marlborough
Robert Clark - (1718 ca.) Captain
Jeremiah Clark - (1723 ca.) Master of a sloop, which was taken by the pirates Low and Lowther.
John Clark - Pirate belonging to Roberts crew.
John Clayton - Pirate. Also know as Cleyton.
William Clement - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
John Clipperton - (1720 - 1721 ca.) Commander of the Success, 36 guns, 180 men
Gustaf Clysendorff - (1713 ca.) Swedish, associated with king Karl XII.
James Coates - (1718 ca.) Pirate
Cockburn - (1722 - 1722 ca.) Captain and commander of the Salisbury.
Thomas Cocklyn - (1717 - 1719 ca.) Thomas Cocklyn was a pirate during the Golden age of piracy. He is also refered to as Jeremiah Cocklyn and Jerry Lecoole.
Cockram - Captain and chartwriter
Blowfield Coldsea - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
Samuel Cole - (1726 ca.) Pirate, sailed with Fly.
John Cole - Lived in Eastham
Jonathan Cole - (1717 ca.)
Thomas Collin - (1714 ca.) The leader of about 20 pirates on Madagascar.
Cuthbert Collingwood, 1st Baron Collingwood - (1805 ca.) Vice Admiral Cuthbert Collingwood, 1st Baron Collingwood (26 September 1748 – 7 March 1810) was an admiral of the Royal Navy, notable as a partner with Lord Nelson in several of the British victories of the Napoleonic Wars, and frequently as Nelson's successor in commands.
Joseph Collins - (1717 ca.)
Robert Collover - (1689 - 1698 ca.) Pirate and part of th mutiny of The Blessed William.
Christopher Columbus - (1500 ca.) An Italian explorer, navigator, colonizer, and citizen of the Republic of Genoa. Under the auspices of the Catholic Monarchs of Spain, he completed four voyages across the Atlantic Ocean. Those voyages, and his efforts to establish permanent settlements on the island of Hispaniola, initiated the European colonization of the New World.
Bartholomew Columbus - Brother to the explorer Christopher Columbus.
Henry Compton - (1677 - 1689 ca.) Bishop of London.
Christopher Condent - (1719 - 1721 ca.) English pirate also known as Thomas Congdom, Congdon, Condon, William “Billy one-hand“, Edward Congdon, Edward Condent. Condent manged to get amnesty from the authorities on Bourbon and retired to France, becoming a wealthy merchant. It is suggested that some sources mix up Condent with Levasseur.
George Condick - (1726 ca.) Pirate, sailed with Fly as the ship's cook.
Richard Conyers - (1690 - 1691 ca.) Commander of the ship Fortune.
Gustavus Conyngham - (1777 ca.) An Irish-born American merchant sea captain, an officer in the Continental Navy and a privateer.
James Cook - Convicted of a murder in Leicester and executed on Friday 10 August 1832, at Leicester Prison.
Joseph Cook - (1713 ca.) Ship boy of the Monk.
William Cormac - (1710 ca.) The father of Anne Bonny.
John Cornelius - (1716 ca.) Master of a vessel.
Richard Corner - (1720 - 1720 ca.) Pirate
Hernán Cortés de Monroy y Pizarro - Marquis of the Valley of Oaxaca was a Spanish Conquistador who led an expedition that caused the fall of the Aztec Empire and brought large portions of mainland Mexico
Thomas Courland - (1725 ca.) In the crew of the Triumvirate.
Courtney - (1578 ca.) Captain of the Emanuel of Exeter.
James Cragget - (1694 ca.) Foremast man aboard the ship Charles II, who joined with Every and became a pirate.
Thomas Creed - (1719 ca.) Creed was the captain of the Coward of London.
Peter-Erich Cremer - (1941 ca.) German captain of U-152.
Richard Crofts - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
Oliver Cromwell - (1599 - 1658) An English military and political leader and later Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland, and Ireland.
Thomas Cromwell - (1645 - 1645 ca.) Captain of the ship Separation, from Boston.
Benjamin Cross - (1724 - 1724 ca.) Commander of the American sloop the Bachelor.
Andrew Crumsty - (1716 - 1717 ca.) Commander of the Mary Ann.
Peter Cues - Pirate executed at Bull Point July 19, 1723. Age 32 from Exon in Devon.
Robert Culliford - Robert Culliford (sometimes Cullifer) was a pirate during the Golden age of piracy. He worked with captain Kidd.
William Cunningham - (1718 ca.) Pirate whoi served under Blackbeard as a gunner
Curgenven - (1720 ca.) Merchant and captain of the Charlotte.
Curtys - (1604 ca.) Pirate, hanged in Wapping.


Dodowa - (1693 ca.) Slave at the Christiansborg Castle.
Dick - (1723 ca.) A slave aboard the Amsterdam merchant and later taken by the pirate Low.
Sven Dahlman - (1784 - 1785 ca.) Swedish priest
Alexander Dalzeel - Served under Henry Every. Was captured four times before finally being hanged.
William Dampier - (1708 ca.) The first Englishman to explore parts of what is today Australia, and the first person to circumnavigate the world three times.
James Daniel - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
Davers - (1720 - 1720 ca.) Captain. Commander of the ship Adventure.
Mrs Christian Davies - Also known as Mother Ross.
Howell Davis - (1689 - 1719 ca.) Captain Howell Davis (or Hywel) (or Davies) (ca. 1690 – 19 June 1719) was a Welsh pirate. His piratical career lasted just 11 months, from 11 July 1718 to 19 June 1719, when he was ambushed and killed. His ships were the Cadogan, Buck, King James, and Rover. Davis captured 15 known English and French ships.
Davis - (1725 - 1725 ca.) Captain of the Triumvirate.
John Davis - Pirate. One of Plantain's men.
John Davis - (1720 - 1720 ca.) Pirate in Rackham's crew.
Thomas Davis - (1716 - 1716 ca.) Carpenter on the St Michael.
William Davis - Carpenter of Bristol.
Joseph Dawson - (1694 - 1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew.
Xavier de Meneses - (1689 - 1742 ca.) 1st Marquis of Louriçal, 5th Count of Ericeira was a Portuguese nobleman and statesman, that served as Viceroy of India twice.
Robert Deal - (1718 - 1718 ca.) Pirate in Vane's crew.
Daniel Defoe - Born Daniel Foe, was an English trader, writer, journalist, pamphleteer, and spy, most famous for his novel Robinson Crusoe.
Degennes - (1696 ca.) French captian.
Arthur Delgarno - (1714 ca.) Captain of the Hind, twenty guns
William Derham - (1703 ca.) An English clergyman, natural theologian and natural philosopher. He produced the earliest, reasonably accurate estimate of the speed of sound.
Desandrais Dufresne - French captian of the small fregatte la Faluère of St Malo.
Antoine Desforges-Boucher - (1680 - 1725 ca.) Governor at Bourbon 23 Aug 1723 – 1 Jan 1725. His real name was Antoine Labbe. He wrote two memoirs. One was called: Mémoire pour servir à la connoissance particulière de chacun des habitans de l'isle de Bourbon.
Diamond - (1722 ca.) Master of a ship the Dove from New-England, 120 tons.
King Dick - King Dick was the king of Massalage at Madagascar in the beginning of 1700. He is also referred to as Long Dick, King Tschick, Thaucafe and Deaan Toakoffu.
Thomas Dillon - (1720 ca.) Captain of the Mary and Sarah.
Giles Diston - (1720 - 1720 ca.)
James Dobbin - (1720 - 1720 ca.) Pirate in Rackham's crew.
John Doidge - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
James Donovan - (1717 - 1717 ca.)
Doran - (1763 ca.) Captain of the Charming Sally
Pierre Dosset - (1717 - 1717 ca.) French captain of La Concorde (later taken by Blackbeard and renamed Queen Annes Revenge)
Douglas - (1717 - 1717 ca.) English lieutenant who served under James Stewart.
John Downes - (1605 ca.) English pirate
Clement Downing - (1722 - 1722 ca.) On board the Salisbury as a pilot and interpreter for Capt Cockburn.
Sir Francis Drake - (1577 ca.) An English sea captain, privateer, navigator, slaver, and politician of the Elizabethan era.
Druit - (1694 ca.) Mate of the James.
Robert Drummond - (1701 ca.) Captain of the Speedy Return.
Thomas Drummond - (1701 ca.) Supercargo of the brigantine the Content.
Robert Drury - (1718 - 1719 ca.) Sailor who shipwrecked on Madagascar 1704.
René Duguay-Trouin - (1673 - 1736 ca.) A famous Breton corsair of Saint-Malo.
Louis Duke of Burgundy - Louis, Duke of Burgundy and later Dauphin of France (16 August 1682 – 18 February 1712) was the eldest son of Louis, Dauphin of France, and father of Louis XV. Until he became the official Dauphin of France upon his father's death in 1711, he was known as Le Petit Dauphin to distinguish him from his father, who was known as le Grand Dauphin.
Gabriel Dumas - (1727 ca.) Brother to Pierre Benoît Dumas.
le Dur - Pirate. Part of Levassuer's crew.
Thomas Durell - (1716 - 1716 ca.) Captain off the HM Sloop Swift.
Otto Fredrik Düring - (1714 - 1714 ca.)
Ernst Fredrik von Döbeln - (1701 - 1766 ca.)
Georg Carl von Döbeln - (1758 - 1820 ca.) A Swedish friherre (baron), Lieutenant General and war hero.


Edward VIII - (1894 - 1972) Edward VIII (Edward Albert Christian George Andrew Patrick David; 23 June 1894 – 28 May 1972) was King of the United Kingdom and the Dominions of the British Empire, and Emperor of India, from 20 January 1936 until his abdication on 11 December the same year.
Edward VII - Edward VII (Albert Edward; 9 November 1841 – 6 May 1910) was King of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions and Emperor of India from 22 January 1901 until his death in 1910.
Thomas Earl - (1720 - 1720 ca.) Pirate in Rackham's crew.
Richard Earl Howe - (1732 ca.) Governor of Barbadoes.
John Eastwell - (1719 ca.) Carpenter of the Princess of London.
Eastwick - (1723 ca.) Captain from Piscataqua.
Eaton - (1713 ca.) British captain
Edward Eaton - Pirate executed at Bull Point July 19, 1723. Age 38 from Wreaxha
Samuel Ebert - French pirate
Charles Eden - (1718 - 1718 ca.) Governor of North-Carolina.
Karl Didrich Ehrenpreuss - (1713 ca.) Swedish, associated with king Karl XII.
Ulrika Eleonora - (1715 ca.) Queen of Sweden. Also known as Ulrika Eleonora the Younger. She was Queen regnant of Sweden from 5 December 1718 to 29 February 1720, and then Queen consort until her death.
Edward England - (1717 - 1721 ca.) Edward England was an Irish pirate during the Golden age of piracy. Some claim that his real name was Edward Seagar, but this is probably a mix up witha different person. In some documents he is called Edwards.
Olaudah Equiano - (1757 - 1764 ca.) Aka Gustavus Vassa
Peter Erickson Helsing - Danish naval captain
Francois Ernaut - (1717 - 1717 ca.) French lieutenant of La Concorde (later taken by Blackbeard and renamed Queen Annes Revenge)
David Evans - (1694 - 1697 ca.) Mariner forced into the crew of Every.
John Evans - (1722 - 1723 ca.) After an unsuccessful career as a legitimate sailor, Evans turned to piracy – initially raiding houses from a small canoe. After a short career he was killed by the boatswain of his own crew.
Henry Every - (1659 - 1699 ca.) Henry Every was a pirate during the Golden age of piracy. He is also refered to as Every, Evory, Avery, John Avery, Benjamin Bridgeman, and Long Ben. Captain of the Fancy, which in march 1696 had 46 guns and 113 men (plus 90 slaves).
Tom Every - Pirate. Also known as Mulatto Tom. Chief general of Plantain's army.


Fredrik I - (1715 - 1716 ca.) Frederick I, Swedish: Fredrik I, was prince consort of Sweden from 1718 to 1720, and King of Sweden from 1720 until his death and also Landgrave of Hesse-Kassel from 1730. Aka Fredrik von Hessen.
Samuel Fahlberg - (1784 - 1785 ca.) Swedish doctor
Joseph Farell - (1695 - 1698 ca.) Captain of the Portsmouth Adventure, a privateering ship. Aka Firra. Perhaps a duplicate of Joseph Faro?
Thomas Farmer - An english captain of a Bermudas sloop, about sixty tons in 1763.
Joseph Faro - (1696 ca.) A pirate from Newport, sailing with Tew and Every. Aka Farrell, Ferrer, Faroe. Perhaps a duplicate of Joseph Farell?
Faulkner - (1722 ca.) Member of captain Urings vrew.
James Fea - (1725 - 1725 ca.) Of Carrick House.
John Fenn - Pirate. Sailed with Bartholomew Roberts and, later, Thomas Anstis.
Fenton - (1578 ca.) Captain of the Judith.
John Fenwick - (1720 - 1720 ca.)
Samuel Ferne - (1723 ca.) Pirate
Oliver Ferneau - (1724 - 1724 ca.) French captain of the Caroline.
Ferrar - (1695 - 1695 ca.) Captain and commander of the Old Bark.
George Fetherston - (1720 - 1720 ca.) Pirate
Sieur Chevalier de Feuquire - French governor and lieutenant general of the Windward Islands in America.
John Fillmore - (1723 ca.) Mariner of Ipswich who was taken prisoner by pirates.
John Fillmore Sr - Mariner
Fin - Captain of the sloop Morrice.
Archibald Fisher - (1723 ca.) Chirurgeon of the Grey-hound Man of War
Thomas Fitz Gerald - (1716 - 1717 ca.) Mariner of the Mary Anne. About 19 years old in 1717.
John Fitz-Gerrald - Pirate executed at Bull Point July 19, 1723. Age 21 from C. Limb. Ireland
William Fletcher - (1700 - 1710 ca.) Master of the ship Barbadoes merchant of Leverpoole.
James Flucker - (1717 - 1722 ca.) Captain of the Rebecca, born in London
William Fly - (1726 ca.) Raided off the New England coast before being captured and hanged at Boston, Massachusetts.
Joseph Forest - Master of the sloop George.
Edward Forseith - (1696 - 1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew. Aka Forsight.
Thomas Fox - (1716 ca.) Captain
William Fox - (1723 ca.) Pirate in Taylor's crew
Antonio Francisco - Captain Green’s black servant.
Benjamin Franklin - (1706 - 1790) One of the Founding Fathers of the United States.
Benjamin Franks - (1696 - 1696 ca.) A jeweller and part of the crew in captain Kidd's Adventure Galley.
Frobisher - (1578 ca.) Captain of the Aide.


George - Major
George V - George V (George Frederick Ernest Albert; 3 June 1865 – 20 January 1936) was King of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions, and Emperor of India, from 6 May 1910 until his death in 1936.
Christian Carl Gabel - (1679 - 1748) Danish admiral
Galdy - Owner of the Snow-Tyger.
Jacob Game - (1696 ca.) Dutch pirate in Every's crew.
Christian Gathenhielm - (1689 - 1718 ca.) Swedish naval captain and privateer. Married to Helena Catharina Utfall and brother to Lars Gathenhielm.
Ingela Gathenhielm - (1692 - 1729) Ingela Olofsdotter Gathenhielm born Hammar, was a Swedish privateer in service of King Charles XII of Sweden during the Great Northern War.
Lars Gathenhielm - (1689 - 1718) Lars Gathenhielm was born on the Gatan estate in Onsala Parish in Halland. His parents were the sea captain Anders Börjesson Gathe and his wife Kerstin Larsdotter, daughter of a mill owner in Hjälm, Fjärås Parish. Before his knighthood in 1715, he was known as Lars Andersson Gathe or Lasse i Gatan.
John Gaudy - (1715 - 1716 ca.) Lieutenant on HM Sloop Swift under captain Thomas Durell.
Charles Gibson - (1693 - 1694 ca.) Captain of the Charles the Second.
John Gilbert - Mariner of Bristol.
John Giles - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
William Gittius - (1719 ca.) Crew of the Princess of London.
George Glen - (1705 ca.) Seaman Worcester.
Thomas Glen - (1724 ca.) Master of the ship John and Mary.
Robert Glover - (1693 - 1696 ca.) Irish captain of the ship Resolution, 18 Guns and 60 men.
Ezekiel Gomersall - (1720 - 1720 ca.)
Gonsalvo - (1604 ca.) Portuguese
John Gow - (1698 - 1725 ca.) Scottish pirate
Arnold Gowers - (1718 ca.) Captain of the Emperour.
Laurens de Graaf - Buccaneer
Laurence de Graff - (1684 ca.) Captain
Louis Grand Dauphin - Louis of France (1 November 1661 – 14 April 1711) was the eldest son and heir of Louis XIV, King of France, and his spouse, Maria Theresa of Spain. As the heir apparent to the French throne, he was styled Dauphin. He became known as Le Grand Dauphin after the birth of his own son.
Jonathan Gravet - (1694 ca.) Second mate of the Charles the Second.
Federico Carlos Gravina y Nápoli - (1805 ca.) Don Federico Carlos Gravina y Nápoli (August 12, 1756 - March 9, 1806) was a Spanish Admiral during the American Revolution and Napoleonic Wars. He died of wounds sustained during the Battle of Trafalgar.
Thomas Green - (1702 - 1705 ca.) Captain, commander of the Worcester.
Henry Greenvill - (1726 ca.) Pirate, sailed with Fly.
Robert Greenway - (1678 ca.) Comander of the ship Bachelors Delight.
James Gregg - (1713 - 1717 ca.) Master of the ship Monk.
John Gregory - (1720 ca.)
David Griffin - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
Benjamin Gunning - (1694 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew. Prior that, he was belonging to a pirate at Corunna.
Guntelberg - Danish capitaine of the fregat Heüenhall, 120 men, 36 guns
John Guy - (1694 ca.) Carpenter of the ship Charles II.


Haddock - Admiral
George Haines - (1705 ca.) Steward of the Worcester.
Hall - Captain of the pink Hink.
Fayrer Hall - (1718 - 1718 ca.) Comander of the the Sea Nymph, 8 guns and 60 men.
John Halsey - Pirate active in the Atlantic and Indian oceans, Halsey is remembered by Johnston as "brave in his Person, courteous to all his Prisoners, lived beloved, and died regretted by his own People."
John Hamilton - (1721 ca.) 3rd Lord Belhaven and Stenton. Governor of Barbadoes
Israel Hands - (1718 - 1718 ca.) Pirate, also known as Basilica Hands. He is best known for being second in command to Edward Teach, better known as Blackbeard. Hands' first historical mention was in 1718, when Blackbeard gave him command of David Herriot's ship Adventure after Herriot was captured by Teach in March 1718.
Hanlsey - (1609 ca.) Pirate
Samuell Harding - (1717 ca.)
Abiel Harding - (1717 ca.)
David Harriot - (1718 ca.) Captain of the Adventure, from Jamaica.
Charles Harris - (1698 - 1723 ca.) Joining the Barbary corsairs, Harris converted to Islam, before being captured and later hanged.
John Harris - (1724 ca.) Pressed into Gow's crew.
Robert Harris - (1722 - 1722 ca.) Master of the sloop Sarah.
Harris - (1609 ca.) Pirate
Samuell Harrison - Master of the ship Pensylvania Merchant.
Harvey - (1578 ca.) Captain of the Gabriel.
William Harvey - (1724 ca.) Pressed into Gow's crew.
Noah Harwood - (1720 - 1720 ca.) Pirate in Rackham's crew.
Elias Hascott - (1700 - 1701 ca.) Governor of New Providence.
Mark Haskell - (1723 ca.) Captain of the sloop Dolphin
Christopher Hawkins - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
George Haws - (1700 ca.) Commander of the ship Mary and Ann.
Thomas Hazel - Pirate executed at Bull Point, July 19, 1723.
Miguel Henriquez - Pirate. Although born a shoemaker, Henríquez was later awarded a letter of marque by Spain for his actions against the British.
David Herriott - Pirate captain of the Jamaican sloop Adventure, captured by Edward Teach, alias Blackbeard, in 1718. He joined Blackbeard's crew, and later when Stede Bonnet separated from Blackbeard, Herriott became his sailing master. During the Battle of Cape Fear River Herriott was taken by Col. Rhet, of the sloop Royal James, on September 27, 1718.[30] Herriott and boatswain, Ignatius Pell, turned King's evidence at their trial but escaped their Charleston prison on October 25. Herriott was shot and killed on Sullivan Island a few days later.
Roger Hews - (1720 ca.) Pirate belonging to Roberts crew.
Peter Heywood - Commander in Chief of Jamaica.
Jonathan Hide - (1682 - 1684 ca.) Captain of the President
John Hill - (1721 - 1722 ca.) Captain and commander of the Cadogan.
John Hill - (1718 ca.) Mariner
George Hinsall - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
Benjamin Hobhouse - (1717 ca.) Commander of the ship Mountserrat Merchant.
Archibald Hodge - (1705 ca.) Skipper in Leith, around 40 years old in 1705 and then married.
Peter Hoff - (1716 - 1717 ca.) Swedish sailor. He was either a pirate or a forced man. Also known as Peter Cornelius Hoof.
Hofwardt - Supercargoer on the swedish ship Tre Cronor.
Hollingsworth - (1696 - 1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew
Hopson - (1713 ca.) British captain
Benjamin Hornigold - (1716 - 1718 ca.) Benjamin Hornigold was a pirate during the Golden age of piracy.
Samuell Horton - (1717 ca.)
Thomas Howard - Pirate. Howard served under both George Booth and John Bowen and later commanded the Prosperous.
John Howell - (1720 - 1720 ca.) Pirate in Rackham's crew.
Thomas Hugget - Pirate executed at Bull Point July 19, 1723. Age 24 from London
Patrick Hume - 1st Earl of Marchmont known as Sir Patrick Hume, 2nd Baronet from 1648 to 1690 and as Lord Polwarth from 1690 to 1697, was a Scottish statesman.
Humphreys - (1693 - 1694 ca.) Captain of the James.
Henry Hunt - (1719 - 1720 ca.)
Hunter - (1700 ca.) Captain of the Dolphin.
Anne Hyde - (1637 - 1671) Duchess of York and of Albany as the first wife of the future King James II of England
Edward Hyde - 1st Earl of Clarendon (18 February 1609 – 9 December 1674) was an English statesman and historian. Loyal to the king.
Daniel Hyde - Pirate executed at Bull Point July 19, 1723. Age 2x from Virginia


Robert Ingols - (1717 ca.) Commander of the sloop Fisher.
John Ireland - Pirate
Charles Irvine - (1693 - 1771 ca.) Supercargoer on the swedish ship Tre Cronor.


Jackson - (1717 ca.) English minister in Stockholm.
Jacob - (1680 ca.) Captain of the Buneto.
Christian Jacobsson - Principal of the school of Kungälv and vicar of Hjärtum.
James - Commodore
James - (1718 ca.) Captain and owner of a sloop. Attacked by Blackbeard at the Bay of Honduras.
King James II and VII - (1660 ca.) King of England and Ireland as James II and King of Scotland as James VII.
Henry Jamieson - (1725 ca.) Part of Gow's crew.
Thomas Jefferson - Thomas Jefferson (April 13 [O.S. April 2] 1743 – July 4, 1826) was an American Founding Father who was the principal author of the Declaration of Independence and later served as the third President of the United States from 1801 to 1809.
Bonadventure Jelfs - (1724 - 1724 ca.) Chief mate of the George
Henry Jennings - Pirate. Although later governor of the pirate haven of New Providence, Jennings only carried out two pirate acts – gaining an estimated 410,000 pesos.
Jennings - (1604 - 1605 ca.) Pirate, hanged in Wapping.
John Jennings - (1713 ca.) Sir John Jennings, admiral of the White & admiral and commander in chief of his majestiy’s ships employed in the Mediterranean and upon the coast of Portugal president.
Marie Anne Jensse - (1695 ca.)
John Jessup - (1719 ca.) Crew of the Princess of London.
Thomas Johnson - (1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew. Cook to the Fancy.
Charles Johnson - Captain, author of A General History of the Pyrates.
Robert Johnson - Commander of the Exeter.
Cadwallader Jones - (1695 ca.) Governor of New Providence.
Thomas Jones - (1723 ca.) Pirate in Low's crew.
Christopher Jones - (1620 - 1620 ca.) Captain of the Mayflower.
William Jones - Pirate executed at Bull Point July 19, 1723. Age 28 from London
Thomas Joy - (1693 ca.) Cooper of the ship James II.
Richard Joy - (1717 ca.) Master of the sloop New Division of Antigua
John Julian - Recorded as the first black pirate to operate in the New World.
E.K. Jönsson - (1939 ca.) Commander of the Swedish S/S Gertrud Bratt.


Karl XII - (1682 - 1718) Charles XII, also Carl (Swedish: Karl XII), Latinized to Carolus Rex, was the King of Sweden from 1697 to 1718. He belonged to the House of Palatinate-Zweibrücken, a branch line of the House of Wittelsbach. Charles was the only surviving son of Charles XI and Ulrika Eleonora the Elder. He assumed power, after a seven-month caretaker government, at the age of fifteen.
Karl XI - King of Sweden
Karl X - (1622 - 1660) Charles X Gustav, also Carl Gustav (Swedish: Karl X Gustav), was King of Sweden from 1654 until his death. He was the son of John Casimir, Count Palatine of Zweibrücken-Kleeburg and Catherine of Sweden. After his father's death he also succeeded him as Pfalzgraf. He was married to Hedwig Eleonora of Holstein-Gottorp, who bore his son and successor, Charles XI.
Henry Keigle - (1705 ca.) Carpenter of the Worcester.
James Kelly - (1680 - 1699 ca.) Pirate also known as James Gilliam. Active in the Indian Ocean, Kelly was a long-time associate of William Kidd.
Thomas Kempthorne - (1715 ca.) Captain of the off the Worcester and commander of the Newfoundland station.
John Kencate - (1722 ca.) Doctor aboard the Sycamore Galley and later forced into Low's crew.
Kendal - (1578 ca.) Captain of the Bark Dennis.
Thomas Kent - (1699 ca.) English captain of the Sloter Galley.
John Kett - (1716 ca.) Master of the Resolution.
William Kidd - (1645 - 1701 ca.) Although modern historians dispute the legitimacy of his trial and execution, the rumor of Captain Kidd's buried treasure has served only to build a legend around the man as a great pirate. His property was claimed by the crown and given to the Royal Hospital, Greenwich, by Queen Anne.
John King - (1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew.
John King - Pirate although not ever a captain, King joined the crew of Sam Bellamy when they boarded the ship he was on, and is the youngest known pirate on record. His age is disputed at anywhere from 8–11 years.
John King - (1690 ca.) Adam Baldrige's prentice.
King - (1718 ca.) Captain of the Neptune.
John King of Denmark - John (Danish and Norwegian: Hans; Swedish: Johan; né Johannes) (2 February 1455 – 20 February 1513) was a Scandinavian monarch under the Kalmar Union. He was King of Denmark (1481–1513), Norway (1483–1513) and as John II (Swedish: Johan II) Sweden (1497–1501). From 1482 to 1513, he was concurrently Duke of Schleswig and Holstein in joint rule with his brother Frederick.
Kinnerfley - (1578 ca.) Captain of the Michael.
George Kitchen - (1705 ca.) Seaman of the Worcester.
Martin Kleinhengst - (1721 - 1722 ca.) Dutch skipper.
von Klot-Heydenfeldt - (1939 - 1939 ca.) Captain of the German submarine U 4.
Knight - (1718 ca.) Gouvernor Charles Eden's secretary.
Thos. Knight - (1717 ca.) Belonging to the ship Mountserrat Merchant.
Knocks - Captain of the Stafford, which was taken by the Spanish.
Knopf - Danish commandeur of the ship La Sophie Hedwig, 480 men, 70 guns
Knot - (1720 ca.) Captain
Edward Knowles - (1717 ca.)
Fredrik Krus - (1713 ca.) Swedish, associated with king Karl XII.
Ulrik Kristian Kruse - (1716 ca.) Norwegian general
Maria Kuyhl - Sister to Johan Kuyhl, married to Jacob Utfall.
Johan Kuylenstierna - (1693 ca.) Born Johan Kuyhl, brother to Maria Kuyhl.


André Nageon de L'Estang - Garde Magasin de Roi, born around 1745.
Abraham Lacy - Pirate executed at Bull Point July 19, 1723. Age 21 from Devonshire
Thomas Lamb - (1718 ca.) Pirate
Richard Lasinby - (1720 - 1721 ca.) Also spelt Lasinby was an officer at the ship Cassandra. He got captured by pirates on the Anjouan and was brought as a forced man.
Isaac Lassen - (1723 ca.) Pirate
Nicholas Lawes - (1720 - 1720 ca.)  
Joseph Laws - (1722 - 1723 ca.) Captain of HMS Mermaid
Nicholas Laws - (1720 ca.) Presistent of Jamica.
Patrick Lawson - (1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew.
Henry Lawson - (1711 ca.) British captain of the Pearl, frigate with 42 guns, 190 men.
Edward Lawson - Pirate executed at Bull Point July 19, 1723. Age 20 from Isle of..
Francis Lawson - Pirate executed at Bull Point July 19, 1723. Age 39 from New York
Jacob van der Leiden - (1722 ca.) Dutch sailor.
Robert Leonard - (1718 ca.) Robert Leonard was the captain of the snow Eagle.
Lestock - (1742 ca.) Commodore
Oliver Levasseur - (1695 - 1730) Olivier Levasseur was a French pirate during the Golden age of piracy. He is also refered to as La Buse (The Buzzard), La Bouche (The Mouth), Lepouse, La Buze, De Vasseur, Louis Le Bous, Loues Lebous, Labous.
Oliver Levasseur - (1672 - 1695)
James Lewis - (1696 - 1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew.
Philibert Le Leyer - (1725 ca.) In the crew of the Triumvirate.
Joseph Libbey - Pirate executed at Bull Point, July 19, 1723.
Elias Lightgood - (1708 - 1708 ca.) Governor of New Providence.
Lilienschield - Danish capitaine of the fregat La Sophie, 50 men, 14 guns
Thomas Linnicar - (1721 - 1723 ca.) Pirate executed at Bull Point July 19, 1723. Age 22 from Lancaster, England.
Thomas Linstead - (1705 ca.) Assistant to the deceased supercargo mate of the Worcester.
Littleton - (1704 ca.) Commodore and commander of the Anglesey.
Longcastle - (1609 ca.) Pirate
King Louis XIV - (1660 ca.) Louis XIV (5 September 1638 – 1 September 1715), known as Louis the Great (Louis le Grand) or the Sun King (le Roi-Soleil), was a monarch of the House of Bourbon who ruled as King of France from 1643 until his death in 1715.
King Louis XV - Louis XV (15 February 1710 – 10 May 1774), known as Louis the Beloved (Louis le bien aimé), was a monarch of the House of Bourbon who ruled as King of France from 1 September 1715 until his death.
John Loveday - Master of the pink Baltimore.
Lovereigne - (1723 ca.) Captain and commander of the Crown.
Edward Low - (1714 - 1723 ca.) Pirate also known as Ned Low. He was known for his vicious tortures, his methods were described as having "done credit to the ingenuity of the Spanish Inquisition in its darkest days"
George Lowther - (1721 - 1723 ca.) Active in the Caribbean and the Atlantic, one of Lowther's lieutenants included Edward Low.
Felix von Luckner - (1881 - 1966) German naval officer.
Matthew Luke - Italian pirate commanding a Guard le Coast, of Porto Rico.
Robert Lurting - Master of the ship Nicholson.
Raveneau de Lussan - (1679 - 1684 ca.) A French buccaneer.
Lynch - (1719 ca.) Captain of a snow taken by pirates


Manderstierna - (1716 ca.)
Mary of Teck - (1894 ca.) Mary of Teck (Victoria Mary Augusta Louise Olga Pauline Claudine Agnes; 26 May 1867 – 24 March 1953) was Queen of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions and Empress of India as the wife of King-Emperor George V.
Daniel Macauley - (1724 - 1725 ca.) Pirate from Stormway
Alexander Mackconothy - (1716 - 1717 ca.) Cook of the Mary Anne. 55 years old in 1717. Also refferd to as Mackonachy, Mackonochie.
Roderick MacKenzie - (1704 ca.) Sectretary of the the Darien Company.
Alexander Mackonachy - Cook of the Pink Mary Anne of Dublin.
James Macrae - (1720 - 1720 ca.) Captain of the East Indian ship Cassandra. Also referd to as MacCrae, Mackraw, Mackray and Mackra.
John Madder - (1703 - 1705 ca.) Captain, chief mate of the Worcester.
Ferdinand Magellan - (1519 ca.) A Portuguese explorer who organised the Castilian expedition to the East Indies from 1519 to 1522, resulting in the first circumnavigation of the Earth.
Pierre le Maistre - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
Thomas Mann - (1711 ca.) British captain, commander of the Portsmouth.
Mansfield - (1763 ca.) Chief mate of the Charming Sally
Peter Manwaring - (1718 ca.) Master of a Sloop
Market - (1719 ca.) Captain of the Mercury.
Marks - (1718 - 1718 ca.) Marks was aborad of Clark's ship, and was taken prisoner by Blackbeard.
William Marsh - (1723 ca.)
Princess Royal Mary - (1650 ca.) Mary, Princess Royal (Mary Henrietta; 4 November 1631 – 24 December 1660) was Princess of Orange and Countess of Nassau as the wife of Prince William II.
Mary II - (1662 - 1694) Mary II (30 April 1662 – 28 December 1694) was joint monarch of England, Scotland, and Ireland with her husband and first cousin, William of Orange, from 1689 until her death.
William Mason - (1689 - 1691 ca.) Pirate, Mason led a mutiny and was a in the crew of the Blessed William. He was part owner of the vessel.
John Masters - (1718 - 1718 ca.) Comander of the the Henry.
John Matthews - (1719 - 1720 ca.) Matthews was a forced man in La Buse's crew.
Thomas Matthews - (1667 - 1751 ca.) British pirate-hunter. Captain of the Kent and later the Lyon. His 'brutal manners,' and Horace Mann nicknamed him 'Il Furibondo.'
William May - (1696 - 1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew.
Charles May - Surgeon of The Worcester.
Robert Maynard - (1718 - 1718 ca.) First lieutenant of the Pearl.
William Maze - Pirate
Robert McGill - (1717 ca.) Owner of a sloop belonging to Antego.
Don Manuel de Medino Solerzaro - (1721 ca.) The governour of Sonsonnate or la Trinnidad in the latitude of 13 deg 00 min north on the western coast of the kingdom of Mexico.
Meese - (1695 ca.) From Rhode Island. Commander of a brigantine.
William Melvin - (1724 - 1724 ca.) Pirate from Edinburgh
William Mens - (1724 ca.) Captain and commander of the French vessel Louis-Joseph.
Aleksandr Menshikov - (1708 ca.) Russia
John Menzies - (1724 ca.) Carpenter and pirate in Gow's crew.
Dennis Merick - (1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew.
Ralph Merry - (1717 ca.) Mariner of the sloop Fisher.
Messervy - (1722 - 1722 ca.) Slavetrader and captain of Ferrers Galley of London.
Jean Michel - (1721 - 1724 ca.) Dutch commander of the fort Lijdsaamheid in Delagoa.
Richard Mill - (1720 - 1720 ca.)
Millar - (1704 ca.) Commander of a Scot's ship.
John Miller - (1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew.
Mills - Captain of the Lucretia and Catherine, of 200 ton
Nathaniel Mist - An 18th-century British printer and journalist whose Mist's Weekly Journal was the central, most visible, and most explicit opposition newspaper to the whig administrations of Robert Walpole
Jean Monery - (1718 ca.) Privateer or pirate.
John Montague - 2nd duke of Montague
William Moody - (1719 ca.) Pirate
Christopher Moody - (1694 - 1722 ca.) Pirate
Samuel Moor - (1720 - 1720 ca.)
Michael Moore - (1724 - 1725 ca.) Pirate, an Irishman
James Moore - The English governor of colonial Carolina between 1700 and 1703
Casper William Morgan - (1715 - 1721 ca.) Brittish privateer or pirate. Aka Guilliame Morgane, and O’Morugh. Morgan served in the Royal Navy but was in exile by 1716. After that he commanded three Spanish ships.
William Morgan - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
Henry Morgan - (1635 - 1688 ca.) A Welsh privateer, buccaneer, and admiral of the Royal Navy. He made himself famous during activities in the Caribbean, primarily raiding Spanish settlements. He earned a reputation as one of the most notorious and successful privateers in history, and one of the most ruthless among those active along the Spanish Main.
Isaac Morris - (1716 ca.) Captain
John Morris - (1670 ca.) Captain in Morgans fleet.
Owen Morris - (1716 ca.) Mariner
James Moulville - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
James Moyet - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
Moyles - (1578 ca.) Captain of the Francis of Foy.
John Mudd - Carpenter onboard the Amsterdam Merchant and later forced into Low's crew.
William Mues - Comander of the Pearle Brigantine.
Stephen Mundon - Pirate executed at Bull Point July 19, 1723. Age 29 from London
Murphy - (1725 ca.) Carpenter and a forced man in Gow's crew.
Mörner - (1716 ca.) Swedish commander


William Nedham - (1720 - 1720 ca.)
Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson - (1805 ca.) Vice Admiral Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson, 1st Duke of Bronté (29 September 1758 – 21 October 1805) was a British flag officer in the Royal Navy. He was noted for his inspirational leadership, superb grasp of strategy, and unconventional tactics, all of which resulted in a number of decisive naval victories, particularly during the Napoleonic Wars.
Newsham - (1721 ca.) Captain and commander of the Frances.
Newton - (1578 ca.) Captain of the Emanuel of Bridgewater.
Nichola - French pirate
John Nicholas Norcross - (1688 - 1758) English pirate
Moses Norman - (1716 ca.)
Nathaniel North - Pirate active in the Indian Ocean and Red Sea, North served with other famous contemporaries, including John Bowen and George Booth.
Claypoole Norton - (1678 ca.) Passenger of the ship Bachelors Delight.
John Nutt - (1723 ca.) Pirate


Obrien - (1717 - 1717 ca.) Commander of the ship Kinsale.
Maria Theresa Of Spain - (1660 - 1661 ca.) Maria Theresa of Spain (Spanish: María Teresa; French: Marie-Thérèse; 10 September 1638 – 30 July 1683) was Queen of France and Navarre as the first wife of King Louis XIV.
Robert Ogilby - (1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew.
Chaloner Ogle - (1722 - 1722 ca.) Captain of the Swallow and later knighted as Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle. Also sometimes spellt Challoner.
Oldson - (1720 ca.) Captain of the Charlotte.
William Oliver - (1724 - 1725 ca.) Pressed by Gow's crew into the service of the pirates as cabin boy.
Humphrey Orme - (1722 ca.) Captain of the Winchelsea (Winchelsey) man of war and later the Hector man of war. He had a brother named John Orme.
Owen - (1719 ca.) Owen was the capatin of the Peterborough galley of Bristol.
John Owen - (1719 ca.) Crew of the Princess of London.


Peter the Great - (1672 - 1725) Peter I or Peter Alexeyevich ruled the Tsardom of Russia and later the Russian Empire from 7 May (O.S. 27 April) 1682 until his death, jointly ruling before 1696 with his elder half-brother, Ivan V.
Poniatowski - (1716 - 1716 ca.)
Prince Jørgen - (1683 ca.) Prince George of Denmark and Norway, Duke of Cumberland, was the husband of Queen Anne.
Prince Albert - Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emmanuel; created Prince Consort 1857; 26 August 1819 – 14 December 1861) was the husband of Queen Victoria.
Johan von Palmenberg - (1713 ca.) Swedish, associated with king Karl XII.
Amaro Pargo - Spanish pirate. He was one of the most important personalities of the 18th century of Spain.
Parker - (1716 - 1716 ca.) Captain of the Tartar.
William Passenger - (1700 - 1700 ca.) Master of the Shoreham.
Alexandre Patreson - (1719 ca.) Captain of the French ship Le Solide.
Paulsen - Danish commandeur of the ship L’Ebenezer, 450 men, 60 guns
Eustace Peacock - Captain of the Morice.
Vincent Pearse - (1718 ca.) Captain Vincent Pearse commander of His Majesty's Ship Phenix
Frank Pearse - (1730 - 1732 ca.) Captain of the Sirene.
John Pearson - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
Samuel Pease - Captain of the ship Mary
Edward Pennant - (1720 ca.)
Belille Pepin - French captian of the small fregatte Aigle Noir of St Malo.
Samuel Pepys - (1633 - 1703) An administrator of the navy of England and Member of Parliament who is most famous for the diary that he kept for a decade while still a relatively young man.
Samuel Perkins - (1693 ca.)
Daniel Perreau - (1700 ca.) Captain and commander of the ship Peter and Anthony.
Perry - (1724 - 1725 ca.) Mate of the ship John and Mary.
Harding Petersen - (1693 ca.) Danish gouvernor of Fort Christiansborg at the Danish Goldcoast (today Ghana).
John Peterson - (1724 - 1725 ca.) Danish pirate
Frederick Philipse - (1626 - 1702 ca.) The richest trader in New York, but perhaps not the most scrupulous.
Phillipps - Commander of the Blanford
William Phillips - (1723 - 1724 ca.) Pirate
John Phillips - (1723 - 1723 ca.) Pirate
William Phillips - (1693 - 1696 ca.) Mariner, pirate in Every's crew.
John Phillips - Phillips or Philips was a carpenter and forced to join the pirate crew of Roberts.
Philpot - (1578 ca.) Captain of the Beare.
William Phipps - (1722 ca.) Governor of Bombay.
John Pike - Supercargoer in the Swedish East Indian Company.
Charles Pike - Officer in the Swedish East Indian Company. Father or brother to John Pike.
Anna Elisabeth Pike - (1725 - 1804 ca.) Married to Jacob Jeansson von Utfall.
John Pinkethman - (1730 ca.) Captain of the Essex.
Ahmed Muhiddin Piri - Better known as Piri Reis, was an Ottoman admiral, geographer, and cartographer. He is primarily known for his maps and charts collected in Kitab-? Bahriye (Book of Navigation). Aka Pîrî Reis, Hac? Ahmed Muhiddin Pîrî Bey
John Plantain - (1722 ca.) Pirate, also known as James Plantain. He was a pirate born in Chocolate Hole on Jamaica, who had sailed with England, but got tired of it and settled down on St Marie. He had claimed a large part of land as his own, and called himself the King of Ranter Bay.
Ployart - Danish capitaine of the fregat Lewendals Galey, 90 men, 18 guns
Plumb - (1719 ca.) Captain of the Princess
Alexander Lord Polwarth - (1717 ca.) Lord Polwarth, later second Earl of Marchmont.
Charles Poole - (1715 ca.) Captain and commander of the H.M.S Pearl
Popple -
John Popplestone - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
Porringer - (1725 ca.) Pilot in Gow's crew.
Thomas Pound - (1660 - 1703 ca.) English pirate
Thomas Powell - (1723 ca.) Pirate executed at Bull Point, July 19, 1723. Age 21, from Wethersfield Con.
Johan af Puke - (1751 - 1816) Swedish count and naval officer.
Johan Puke - Dutch captain.


Queen Anne - (1665 - 1714) Anne became queen of England, Scotland and Ireland on 8 March 1702. On 1 May 1707, under the Acts of Union, two of her realms, the kingdoms of England and Scotland, united as a single sovereign state known as Great Britain.
John Quelch - Pirate. Quelch was the first person tried for piracy outside England under Admiralty Law and therefore without a jury.
Hendrick Quintor - (1717 - 1717 ca.) Born in Holland.


John Rackham - (1716 - 1720 ca.) Pirate, also known as Calico Jack. He earned his nickname for the colourful calico clothes that he wore. Also Rackam, Rackum.
John Rainor - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
Salomon Mauritz von Rajalin - (1784 - 1785 ca.) Swedish major and gouvernor of St Bart.
Randal - (1578 ca.) Captain of the Salomon of Weymouth.
Samuel Randall - (1720 - 1721 ca.) Second lieutenant of the Speedwell.
Georg Raynor - (1691 ca.) Perhaps Josiah Rayner. Captain of the Batchelors Delight, burden 180 tons or there abouts, 14 guns, 70 or 80 men
Robert Read - (1725 - 1725 ca.) A forced man in Gow's crew.
Mary Read - (1690 - 1721 ca.) Along with Anne Bonny, one of few female historical pirates. When captured, Read escaped hanging by claiming she was pregnant, but died soon after of a fever while still in prison.
Thomas Read - (1718 ca.) Master of a Sloop
William Read - Pirate executed at Bull Point July 19, 1723. Age 35 from Londonderry
Reddish - (1721 - 1722 ca.) Brittish captain and commander of the Lyon.
John Reid - (1724 ca.) Pressed into Gow's crew.
Anikita Repnin - (1708 ca.) Russia
John Reynolds - (1705 ca.) Second mate of the Worcester.
William Rhet - (1718 - 1718 ca.) Colonel of South Carolina.
Owen Rice - Pirate executed at Bull Point July 19, 1723. Age 27 from South Wales
Richard Rich - (1722 ca.) Sailor aboard the Rebecca, born in London. "A short man with flaxen hair".
Richards - (1718 - 1718 ca.) Pirate. Sailed with Blackbeard.
John Richards - (1716 ca.) Captain of the Sultana.
Robert Richee - (1694 - 1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew. Aka Richey.
Ridout - (1719 ca.) Captain of the Victory.
Rigby - (1688 ca.)
Alexander Robb - (1706 - 1725 ca.) A Scotch pirate in Gow's crew.
George Roberts - (1721 - 1722 ca.) Captain Roberts sailed as mate on the ship King Sagamore. He was captured by the pirate Edward Low.
Bartholomew Roberts - (1682 - 1722 ca.) Also known as Black Bart or Black Barty. The most successful pirate of the Golden Age of Piracy, estimated to have captured more than 470 vessels. Before becomming a pirate, he was the third mate of the Princess of London, under the command of captain Plumb.
Samuel Roberts - (1717 ca.) Mariner of the sloop Fisher.
Andrew Robertson - (1705 ca.) Gunner's Mate of the Worcester.
Thomas Rogers - (1719 ca.) Crew of the Princess of London.
Woodes Rogers - (1679 - 1732 ca.) An English sea captain and privateer and, later, the first Royal Governor of the Bahamas.
Sarah Rogers - (1705 ca.) Married to Woodes Rogers.
Peter Rollson - (1724 - 1724 ca.) Swedish pirate and cook of the ship George.
Axel Erik Roos - (1713 ca.) Swedish, associated with king Karl XII.
Francis Rose - (1720 ca.)
Gustaf Fredrik von Rosen - (1714 - 1716 ca.)
Pehr Herman Rosén von Rosenstein - (1784 - 1785 ca.)
Rosenpalm - Danish contr amiral of the ship La Louise, 500 men, 70 guns
Ross - Captain of the Inven.
Charles Rowling - (1718 ca.) Master of the sloop Pearl of Jamaica.
Robert Royal - Royal or Royall, served on the Royal William. He was received pension from the Chatham Chest for injueries at sea, but the pension was discharged on claims that the injury was cheat.
Jack Russel - (1722 - 1722 ca.) Portuguese pirate, captain of a scooner and quartermaster under Edward Lows command. His real name was John Lopez. Aka John Russel.
Edward Russell - (1692 - 1715 ca.) ADmiral and commander of the HMS Britannia


John Sadler - (1720 - 1720 ca.)
Simon Saint Leger - ( - 1716 ca.) English captain and representive of the pirates of Madagascar, later a Swedish privateer.
Abraham Samuel - (1696 ca.) A former pirate who served as a quartermaster on a ship, but settled down at Fort Dauphin. He styled himself King Samuel.
William Scollay - (1725 ca.)
Andrew Scott - (1721 - 1722 ca.) Captain of the King Sagamore, a ship of 22 guns.
Emanuel Scrope - The second lord Viscount Howe Baron of Clonawly.
Karl Philipp Sebottendorf - (1796 ca.) Karl Philipp Sebottendorf van der Rose (17 July 1740 – 11 April 1818) enrolled in the Austrian army at the age of 18, became a general officer during the French Revolutionary Wars, and commanded a division against Napoleon Bonaparte in several notable battles during the Italian campaign of 1796.
François Claude Séguier de Liancourt - (1698 ca.) French captain, also known as Sieur de Séguie.  
Joseph Setser - (1722 ca.) Sailor aboard the Rebecca, born in Boston. "A tall, swarthy man".
Edward Sevill - (1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew.
Bartholomew Sharp - (1679 ca.) Captain
John Shattock - (1718 - 1718 ca.) Master of the Enndeavour.
George Shelvocke - (1675 - 1742 ca.) Commander of the Speedwell, 24 guns, 106 men
George Shelvocke Junior - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
Boris Sheremetyev - (1708 ca.) Russia
Shipton - (1724 ca.) Pirate captain
John Shuan - (1717 - 1717 ca.) Pirate
Nicholas Simons - (1724 - 1725 ca.) Mariner and a forced man aboard a pirate ship commanded by Shipton.
Elisha Skilling - (1693 ca.) Boatswain of the ship Resolution. Uncle to Samuel Perkins.
Skinner - (1718 ca.) Captain of the Cadogan.
William Snelgrave - (1704 - 1722 ca.) An English sea captain, slave trader, and ivory trader on the West African coast.
John Snoek - (1702 ca.) Dutch
Peter Solgard - (1723 - 1723 ca.) Commander of the Greyhound.
John Somerville - (1724 - 1724 ca.) Captain of the Scotch snow Sarah.
Sorenson - (1716 ca.) Danish privateer.
Joseph Sound - Pirate executed at Bull Point, July 19, 1723. Age 28
Thomas South - (1716 - 1717 ca.) Pirate
Cyprian Southack - (1717 ca.)
John Sparkes - (1693 - 1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew. Aka Sparks. Sparkes begun as a cabin boy for captain Gibson on the ship Charles II.
James Sparkes - (1723 ca.) Pirate
Axel Sparre - (1713 ca.) Swedish general.
Thomas Spenlow - (1720 ca.) Master of a scooner, attacked by Rackham.
Alexander Spotswood - (1676 - 1740 ca.) Alexander Spotswood was a Lieutenant-Colonel in the British Army and a noted Lieutenant Governor of Virginia
Francis Spriggs - (1723 - 1723 ca.) Francis or Farrington Spriggs. Pirate. Along with George Lowther and Edward Low, Spriggs was primarily active in the Bay of Honduras during the early 1720s. Captain of the Fancy.
James Sprinkly - Pirate executed at Bull Point, July 19, 1723. Age 28, from Suffolk
James Stammers - (1725 ca.) In the crew of the Triumvirate.
Stavanger - Danish commandeur of the ship La Sirene ou Hassraw, 480 men, 70 guns
Stephenson - (1719 ca.) Second mate of the Princess of London.
James Stevenson - (1696 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew.
Stewart - (1701 ca.) Captain of the brigantine the Content.
Matthew Stewart - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
James Stewart - (1715 - 1717 ca.) Captain and later admiral. Commander of the ships Hunter, Dunwich, Royal Anne Galley, Winchester, Devonshire, Rusell.
John Stover - (1717 ca.) Master of the Tanner frigot.
Daniel Stringman - (1705 ca.) Cook of the Worcester.
Olof Strömstierna - (1716 ca.) A Swedish admiral. He was born as Olof Knape but became ennobled under the name Strömstierna in 1715.
William Studfield - Pirate executed at Bull Point July 19, 1723. Age 40 from Lancaster, England
Le Suer - (1684 ca.) Captain of the Amerantha, of Dieppe
Michael Swemstone - (1718 ca.) Pirate
James Sympfon - (1705 ca.) Gunner of the Worcester.


Tanfield - (1578 ca.) Captain of the Thomas of Ipswich.
Abel Janzoon Tasman - (1603 - 1659 ca.) Abel Janszoon Tasman was a Dutch seafarer, explorer, and merchant, best known for his voyages of 1642 and 1644 in the service of the Dutch East India Company.
William Taverner - Cartographer, who made surveys of Newfoundland in 1714-1715.
John Taylor - (1719 - 1723 ca.) John Taylor was a pirate during the Golden age of Piracy. He is in some texts refered to as Richard or George.
Alexander Taylor - (1705 ca.) Seaman Worcester.
Richard Taylor - (1718 ca.) Pirate
Christopher Taylor - (1718 ca.) Captain of a large ship called the Great Allen.
Edward Blackbeard Teach - (1680 - 1718 ca.) Edward Teach or Edward Thatch, better known as Blackbeard, was a notorious English pirate who operated around the West Indies and the eastern coast of the American colonies. Although little is known about his early life, he was probably born in Bristol, England. Recent genealogical research indicates his family moved to Jamaica where Edward Thatch, Jr. is listed as being a mariner in the Royal Navy aboard the HMS Windsor in 1706.
Robert Teague - (1724 ca.) Pirate in Gow's crew.
Thomas Tew - Pirate. Despite only going on two pirate voyages, Tew pioneered a route later known as the Pirate Round.
John Theobald - (1721 ca.) Aboard the Speedwell.
Dorothy Thomas - (1720 ca.) Dorothy Thomas was aboard a provision-loaded dugout canoe when she was attacked by Rackham.
Thompson - Captain of the ship Elizabeth.
Thurbar - (1717 - 1717 ca.) Captain of a Bermuda sloop.
Abigail Tilton - (1702 ca.)
Hosea Tisdell - (1718 - 1718 ca.) Tavern keeper from Kingston.
John Tomlinson - (1729 ca.)
Tooley - (1717 ca.) Captain and commander of the Great George of Madrass, belonging to governor Harrison.
Peter Tordenskjold - (1690 - 1720) Peter Wessel Tordenskjold also Peter Wessel Tordenskiold (and before his ennoblement 1716; Peter Jansen Wessel). Dano-Norwegian naval flag officer in the service of the Royal Dano-Norwegian Navy.
Ervey Toul - (1725 ca.) In the crew of the Triumvirate.
Martin Townsend - (1718 ca.) Pirate
Tozor - Captain
Anthony Track - (1693 - 1694 ca.) Pirate in Every's crew. Prior that beloning to the ship James.
Tries - Danish capitaine of the ship L’Oldenbourg, 300 men, 50 guns
Nicholas Trott - (1695 - 1718 ca.) Governor of Proividence.
Trumble - (1696 ca.) Passenger in the sloop Isaac.
Jobst Henrik von Tschammer - (1713 ca.) Swedish, associated with king Karl XII.
Tuckey - (1697 ca.) Captain and commander of the Tiger.
Tue - (1695 ca.) Captain of a sloop
Tünder - Danish capitaine of the fregat Le Wind hund, 80 men, 18 guns
Tyzard - (1719 ca.) Tyzard was the captain of the Pearl.


Ulrika Eleonora The Elder - (1656 - 1693) Married to Karl XI.
Upcot - (1578 ca.) Captain of the Moon.
William Upton - (1720 - 1722 ca.) British captain of the London.
Arthur Upton - (1731 - 1732 ca.) Captain of the Eaton
Cyprianus Urbanowicz - (1713 ca.) The Polish army
Uring - (1722 - 1722 ca.) Captain
Samuel Urlines - (1705 ca.) Carpenter's mate of the Worcester.
Jacob Utfall - (1649 - 1709 ca.) Businessman and banker in Gothenburg.
Helena Catharina Utfall - (1689 - 1730 ca.)


David Van Nyendael - (1702 ca.)
Marie Gertrude Van Zill - (1722 - 1727 ca.) The daughter of the Dutch commander of Porto-Novo (India).
Charles Vane - (1718 - 1718 ca.) Pirate. Disliked due to his cruelty, Vane showed little respect for the pirate code, cheating his crew out of their shares in the takings.
Thomas Vasseur - (1711 ca.) French corsair captain and commander of Le Partisan.
Vaughan - (1693 ca.) English captain and jacobite.
Mauritz de Vellingk - (Date unknown ca.) Swedish count
Vernon - (1720 - 1720 ca.) Captain. Commander of the ship Mary and commander in chief of His Majesty's ships of war at Jamaica.
Pierre-Charles Villeneuve - (1805 ca.) Pierre-Charles-Jean-Baptiste-Silvestre de Villeneuve (31 December 1763 – 22 April 1806) was a French naval officer during the Napoleonic Wars. He was in command of the French and the Spanish fleets that were defeated by Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar.
Jakob Axel Staël von Holstein - (1720 ca.) Livonian colonel
Simon van Vorst - (1717 - 1717 ca.) Born in New York.


Thomas Wake - (1695 ca.) Pirate
Walron - (1722 ca.) Captain of the Greyhound galley.
Beamond Walrond - (1717 ca.) Captain of the Gibraltar
Want - (1695 - 1695 ca.) Captain, commander and owner of the ship Spanish Bottom.
Warren - (1696 ca.) Captain of Windsor.
Earl of Warwick - (1645 ca.) The Lord Admiral of the Long Parliament,
John Waters - Pirate executed at Bull Point, July 19, 1723. Age 35, from County of Devon..
Watt - (1725 - 1725 ca.) Captain of the Margaret.
Nicholas Webb - (1697 - 1700 ca.) Governor of New Providence.
Weke - Danish commandeur of the ship Le Prince Guillaume, 300 men, 50 guns
Edward Welch - (1698 ca.) Pirate. Succeded Baldrige as a trader on St Marie.
George Weldon - (1697 ca.) An English merchant and the Deputy Governor of Bombay.
Susannah Weldon - (1697 - 1697 ca.)
John Welland - (1723 ca.) A captain from Boston and master of the ship Amsterdam Merchant.
Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington - (1815 ca.) Field Marshal Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington (1 May 1769 – 14 September 1852), was an Anglo-Irish soldier and statesman who was one of the leading military and political figures of 19th-century Britain. His defeat of Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo in 1815 put him in the top rank of Britain's military heroes.
Johan Gabriel Werving - (1714 ca.) Swedish
William Whetstone - English admiral
Edward Whitaker - Master of the ship Indyan King.
William White - (1723 - 1723 ca.) Pirate
Alexander White - (1762 - 1784 ca.) Irish pirate
Thomas White - (1700 - 1702 ca.) Pirate
Whitney - (1718 ca.) Captain
Henry Wickham - (1693 - 1694 ca.) Captain of the Diamond.
Samuel Wilcocks - (1705 ca.) Chyrurgeon's mate of the Worcester.
Daniel Wildenrath - (1718 - 1718 ca.) Commander of La Restauration.
He later changed his name to John Still.
Prince of Orange William II - William II (27 May 1626 – 6 November 1650) was sovereign Prince of Orange and stadtholder of the United Provinces of the Netherlands from 14 March 1647 until his death three years later.
King William III - (1650 - 1702) Dutch: Willem; 4 November 1650 – 8 March 1702; also widely known as William of Orange) was sovereign Prince of Orange from birth, Stadtholder of Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, Gelderland, and Overijssel in the Dutch Republic from 1672, and King of England, Ireland, and Scotland from 1689 until his death.
James Williams - (1724 - 1725 ca.) Pirate, a Welshman
Paulsgrave Williams - (1716 - 1718 ca.) Pirate
James Williams - (1716 - 1716 ca.) Captain of the St. Michael of Bristol.
Francis Willis - (1714 - 1719 ca.) Captain of the Royal Anne Galley.
Wilson - (1717 ca.)
Wilster - (1717 ca.) A Danish officer.
John Winter - (1724 - 1725 ca.) Swedish pirate
John Winter - (1577 ca.) Commander of the Elizabeth and one of the captains in Drake's squadron.
Thomas Wise - (1724 ca.) Captain of the Liverpool ship The Delight.
Jan de Wit - He was on the flute Oestgeest.
Mathias Wohlberg - (1713 ca.) Swedish, associated with king Karl XII.
Thomas Wood - (1717 ca.)
Richard Worley - Pirate
Wyar - (1718 ca.) Captain of the Protestant Cæsar, of Boston.
Emanuel Wynn - French pirate.


Yankee - (1680 ca.) Captain of the Dolphin.
Yorke - (1578 ca.) Captain of the Thomas Allen.