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.
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Black pirates around the Caribbean aren’t a rarity. Many of the infamous pirates of the two major periods in pirate history—Spain’s dominance of the Caribbean and the Golden Age—saw crews made up mostly of escaped and freed slaves. During the early 17th century one of those were Diego Martin, one of...Black pirates around the Caribbean aren’t a rarity. Many of the infamous pirates of the two major periods in pirate history—Spain’s dominance of the Caribbean and the Golden Age—saw crews made…
Mary Read - female pirate, contemporay of Anne Bonney and Jack Rackham. On Rackham's ship, she met Anne Bonny. Being only women on ship and sharing a lot in common, they quickly became good friends. Some people believe that Mary Read was in romantic relationship with Anne Bonny, Rackham or even one of the crewmembers. However, we cannot testify to any of that.