Easton, Peter [aka Peter Eston](English) (c.1608) - commanded ships from Ireland, raiding Dutch and English shipping in the Bristol Channel, retired wealthy
Eaton, John (English) (c.1683) - operated in the Atlantic and Pacific, worked with John Cook and Edward Davis before heading to Indonesia, sighted March 1686 near Djakarta, Indonesia, he eventually returned to England
El Mulato, Diego (c.1639)
Eldrige, John - suspected pirate, apprehended with 1,600 pieces of eight, 249 pieces of silver plate, 20 Arab gold coins, 1 gold box, 200 broken pieces of coin, 2 pounds of amber beads, 10 pieces of muslin, 1 piece of flowered satin, 30 pounds of spices and 1 African boy
Elfrith, Daniel (English) (c.1614) - worked as a privateer captain for the Earl of Warwick, based in Providence Island (not New Providence) and Tortuga Island
Eliot, Lawrence (British) (c.1580) - crewman with Francis Drake on his round the world journey
Emo, Pietro (Italian) (c.1584) - from Venice, raided Turkish shipping, beheaded by Venetians to avoid war with Turks
England, Edward, Seegar (English) (d.1720) operated mostly off the coast of Africa and in the East Indies.
Escrainville, Jacques de Joinville (c.1664) - Knight of Malta
Esquemeling, John (Dutch)
Essex, Cornelius (English) (c.1679) - sailed out of Port Royal, invaded Panama with Bartholomew Sharp, died in capture of Portobello
Eustace the Monk (French) (d.1217) - raided England, reputed to have magical powers.
Evans, John (Welsh) (c.1722) - short career in the Caribbean
Evans, Micijah (English) (c.1696) - Philadelphia laborer, signed on with William Kidd
Everson, Jacob (Dutch) (c.1680) - captured by ship from Jamaica (as ordered by Henry Morgan), several of the crew were hanged, Everson escaped and continued to raid in the Caribbean
Evertsen, Cornelis Jr.
Evertsen, Cornelis Sr. (c.1610 - 1666)
Evertsen, Johan (1600-1666)
Exquemelin, Alexander Oliver (Frnch) (1645-1707) - author providing one of the few eyewitness accounts of the exploits of the buccaneers in the Caribbean
Every, Henry [aka John Avery, Long Ben, Benjamin Bridgeman] (English) (b. c. 1653, Cat Down, Plymouth, Eng.--d. after 1696, Bideford, Devon) operated in Indian Ocean, captured Indian mogul's ship Gang i Sawai.
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