James Bonney (c.1672 - 1723)

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Birthplace: Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Death: Died in Pembroke, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
Managed by: Jonathan Shea
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About James Bonney

James took his wife Anne Cormac to a pirates' lair in New Providence in the Bahamas, but in 1718, when Bahamian Governor Woodes Rogers offered the King's pardon to any pirate, James turned informant. Anne was disgusted with his cowardice and soon after, she met and fell in love with the swaggering pirate Captain Jack Rackham. Disguising herself as a male, she began sailing with him on his sloop Vanity, with its famous skull-and-crossed-daggers flag, preying on Spanish treasure ships off Cuba and Hispaniola

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James Bonney's Timeline

1672
1672
Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
1695
June 12, 1695
Age 23
Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
1696
August 23, 1696
Age 24
Duxbury, MA, USA
1698
January 3, 1698
Age 26
Pembroke, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
1700
January 20, 1700
Age 28
MA, USA
1702
1702
Age 30
Duxbury, MA, USA
1704
March 10, 1704
Age 32
MA, USA
1706
February 2, 1706
Age 34
Pembroke, MA, USA
1712
May 4, 1712
Age 40
MA, USA
1713
April 6, 1713
Age 41
MA, USA