Bird
Constructed:Date unknown
Destructed:Date unknown
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A galley commanded by captain Snelgrave. It was taken by pirates in 1719 and renamed Windham Galley.

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Date unknown
Bird was constructed Unreferenced
1718-12-01 ca.
London
The Bird left London 128
1718-12-10
Hellevoetsluis
The Bird was driven on shore at Hellevoetsluis 128
At Helvoetsluys the Bird was driven on shore in a violent storm. The ship was stuck in the sand but got no damage. A canal was dug to release the ship
1719-01-20 ca.
Hellevoetsluis
The Bird left Hellevoetsluis 128
1719-02-01 ca.
Spithead
The Bird came to Spithead 128
1719-02-10 ca.
Kinsale
The Bird came to Kinsale 128
1719-04-01
Tagrin Bay, Sierra Leone
Snelgrave was attacked by pirates 27
At the Sierra Leone River, Snelgrave met three pirate ships who had taken ten English ships.
1719-06-22
Ouidah, Benin
Three pirate ships came to Whydah 1300
1719-06-24
Ouidah, Benin
Three pirate ships left Whydah 1300
"On the 24th of June sailed from Widdaw three Pirates:
Oliver LaBous In the Conrade, 130 men, 40 guns
Jeremiah Cocklin In the Bird, 110 men, 36 guns
Richard Taylor in the Heroine, 80 men, 40 guns" Richard Blincko
Date unknown
Bird was destructed Unreferenced
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