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Stede Bonnet's Crew

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One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew. Hanged at Charleston, South Carolina, in November, 1718. Buried in the marsh below low-water mark.
NameOriginFateDeath
Alexander Amand/AnnandBritish JamaicaHung in Charles Town8 November 1718
Job 'Bayley' BailyLondonHung in Charles Town1718
Samuel BoothCharles TownHung in Charles Town1718
Robert BoydBath TownHung in Charles TownNovember 8th, 1718
Thomas CarmanMaidstone, KentHung in Charles Town1718
George DunkinGlasgowHung in Charles Town1718
EDDY, William Of Aberdeen. One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew. Hanged at White Point, Charleston, South Carolina, on November 8th, 1718, and buried in the marsh below low-water mark. HERRIOTT, David Master of the Adventure, from Jamaica, taken by Teach in 1718. He joined the pirates, and later, when Major Stede Bonnet separated from Teach, he took Herriott to be his sailing-master. Taken prisoner with Bonnet and his crew of the Royal James by Colonel Rhet, at Cape Fear, North Carolina, September 27th, 1718. Herriott and the boatswain, Ignatius Pell, turned King's evidence at the trial of the pirates held at Charleston. On October 25th, Bonnet and Herriott escaped from prison, in spite of the fact that the latter had turned King's evidence. Herriott was shot on Sullivan Island a few days later. HEWETT, William, or Hewet, or Hewit Of Jamaica. One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew. Tried for piracy at Charleston in 1718, and hanged at White Point on November 8th, and buried in the marsh below low-water mark. KING, Matthew Of Jamaica. One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew. Was hanged at Charleston, South Carolina, on November 8th, 1718, and buried in the marsh below low-water mark. LEVIT, John Of North Carolina. One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew. Hanged at White Point, Charleston, South Carolina, on November 8th, 1723. LIVER, William, alias Evis One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew. Hanged for piracy at Charleston, South Carolina, in 1718. LONG, Zachariah Of the Province of Holland. One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew. Hanged at White Point, Charleston, in 1718, and buried in the marsh below low-water mark. MORRISON, William Of Jamaica. One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew. Hanged at White Point, Charleston, South Carolina, on November 8th, 1718, and buried in the marsh below low-water mark. MULLET, James, alias Millet Of London. One of the crew of the Royal James, in which vessel Major Stede Bonnet played havoc with the shipping along the coasts of South Carolina and New England. Hanged at Charleston in 1718. PATTERSON, Neal Of Aberdeen. One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew in the Royal James. Hanged at Charleston, South Carolina, on November 8th, 1718, and buried in the marsh. PRICE, Thomas Of Bristol. Hanged at Charleston, South Carolina, on November 8th, 1718. One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew. RIDGE, John Of London. One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew. Hanged in 1718 at Charleston, South Carolina. ROSS, George, or Rose Of Glasgow. One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew of the Royal James. Was hanged at Charleston, South Carolina, on November 8th, 1718, and buried in the marsh below low-water mark. SCOTT, William One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew in the Royal James. Tried for piracy in 1718 at Charleston, South Carolina, and hanged at White Point on November 8th. THOMAS, John Of Jamaica. This Welsh pirate was one of Major Stede Bonnet's crew of the Royal James. Hanged at Charleston, South Carolina, in 1718. TUCKER, Robert Of the Island of Jamaica. One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew. Tried, condemned, and hanged at Charleston, South Carolina, on November 8th, 1718. VIRGIN, Henry Of Bristol. One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew of the Royal James. Hanged for piracy at White Point, Charleston, South Carolina, on November 8th, 1718, and buried in the marsh below low-water mark. WILSON, James Of Dublin. One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew in the Royal James. Hanged at Charleston, South Carolina, on November 8th, 1718, and buried in the marsh below low-water mark. Crew members who escaped hanging by turning King's evidence KILLING, James One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew, who gave evidence against him at his trial at Charleston in 1718. PELL, Ignatius Boatswain of the Royal James, Major Stede Bonnet's ship. Turned King's evidence at trial of Bonnet and his crew at Charleston, Carolina, in 1718. Crew members also escaped hanging CLARKE, Jonathan Of Charleston, South Carolina. One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew. Tried for piracy at Charleston in 1718, and found to be "not guilty". GERRARD, Thomas Of the Island of Antigua. One of Major Bonnet's crew of the Royal James. Tried for piracy at Charleston in 1718, but found "not guilty." NICHOLLS, Thomas, alias Nicholas Of London. One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew in the Royal James. Tried for piracy at Charleston on November 8th, 1718, and found "not guilty." SHARP, Rowland Of Bath Town in North Carolina. One of Major Stede Bonnet's crew. Tried for piracy at Charleston in 1718 and found "not guilty."

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