Pirate Roster

 

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Faenzo, Agostino (Malta) (c.1607) - Knight of St. Stephen, captured Venetian merchants

Faffaele, Angelo Di (Italian) (c.1402) - attacked Muslim shipping

Farrell, Joseph [Faro, Ferro] (British) (c.1694) - commanded the Portsmouth Adventurer until wrecked; worked with both William Want and Henry Every in the Red Sea and Indian Ocean

Fenn, John (British) (c.1721) - one of Thomas Anstis' subordinates, Fenn was Anstis' gunner prior to the taking of the Morning Star, when he became captain; records report Fenn as being short one hand, and he must have been well respected by the crew as even though the Morning Star was wrecked off the Grand Caymens he was made captain of another ship before being captured on Tobago in the spring of 1723 and then hanged on Antegoa.

Fenner, Edward (English) (c.1567-1595) - sailed in company with brother George and uncle William, raided English channel and west coast of Africa

Fenner, George (English) (c.1567-1590) - sailed in company with brother Edward and uncle William, raided English channel and west coast of Africa

Fenner, Thomas (English) (c.1564-1591) - sailed as a privateer in the early 1570s then as an officer on royal ships, close friend of Francis Drake

Fenner, William (English) (d.1590) - sailed in company with nephews Edward and George, raided English channel and west coast of Africa, died as a result of wounds sustained on Francis Drake's Lisbon raid

Fenner, William (English) (c.1590) - son of William, above, commanded a ship during Francis Drake's Lisbon raid, and plunderedPuerto Santo in the Madeira Islands

Ferletich, Andreas (c.1618) - raided in the Adriatic against Venice, received corsair license from Spain

Fiamengo, Giorgio (Malta) (c.1797) - licensed to operate off the Barbary coast

Fielding, Ferdinando [Felding] (English) (c.1574) - captured Portuguese ship carrying wood and sugar

Fillmore, John (British) (c.1724) - captured by John Phillips, forced member of the crew, eventually rebelled with other forced members to overthrow Phillips, great grandfather of 23rd president Millard Fillmore

Flegon, John (English) (c.1591) - captured French fishing vessel

Fletcher, Francis (British) (c.1578) - crewman with Francis Drake on his round the world trip, thought to have been involved in making some detailed drawings of the Spanish Pacific coast

Fleury, Jean (French) (d.1527) - attackd Spanish ships returning from the Americas

Fly, William (British) (d.1726) - a fairly inept pirate whose career lasted a grand total of two months, operated off the North American east coast

Formican, James (Spanish) (1306) - from Catalonia, raided Venetian shipping

Fortescue, George (British) (c.1580) - crewman with Francis Drake on his round the world journey

Foscolo, Bartolommeo (Italian) (c.1270) - sailed in the Aegean, raiding anyone and everyone

Foxcraft, Samuel (English) (c.1590) - captured Dutch ship and tortured the crew, died of disease along western African coast

Francke, Thomas (English) (c.1608-1615) - captured ships off the French and Moroccan coast

Fran´┐Żois, Pierre [Peter Francis] (French) (c.1660) - raided pearl beds off Rio de la Hacha, Venezuela, captured by Spanish warship

Franks, Benjamin (English) (c.1696) - jeweler, signed on with William Kidd, wanted to be dropped off in India

Freeman (British) (c.1664) - worked with Henry Morgan and John Morris in attacks on cities in Mexico and Nicaragua

Fresshowe, Nicholas [Frychowe] (English) (c.1441) - captured Breton ship and raided off the Isle of Wight

Frobisher, Martin (British) (c.1585) - vice admiral with Francis Drake on his West Indies raid

Funnell, William (English) (c.1703) - sailed with William Dampier around the world, taking few prizes


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