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Grania ny Maille, Grace O'Mally, Granuaile (Irish) (d.1603) -

Edward Mansvelt (Dutch)

Markham, John (c.1683) - pirate captain associated with Thomas Paine

William Markham (English) (c.1577) - master of the Marigold, party to convincing John Wynter to turn back to England after being separated from Francis Drake near the Straits of Magellan

Marshall, Sampson - see Kelley, James

David Marteen (Dutch) (c.1663) - worked with John Morris and Henry Morgan, fled Jamaica at news of war between the British and Dutch, but returned when he received word that the Jamaican governor welcomed pirates of all nationalities.

May, William (British) (1689-1699) - sailed with Henry Avery on the Fancy, abandoned as sick on Johanna in the Comoros chain, might have returned to ship when Avery returned eight weeks later

Maze, William (c.1695) - captain of the Pearl from Rhode Island, raided the Mocha fleet

Mead, Henry (English) (c.1696) - experienced seaman or officer, signed on with William Kidd

Richard Minivy (English) (d.1578) - crew with Francis Drake, died near the town of Coquimbo at about 30� South, killed by the Spanish during a brief fight, his body was beheaded among other mutilations

Alexander Mitchel (c.1726) - sailed with William Fly

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Thomas Moone (English) (c.1577) - commanded the pinnace Christopher at the outset of Francis Drake's round the world journey, mentioned in the capture of a Spanish vessel in Valparaiso

Moore, William (English) (c.1696) - ship's gunner, signed on with William Kidd

Edward Morgan (British) (1665)

Sir Henry Morgan (Welsh) (c.1635-1688) portrait.gif (487 bytes) - most famous of the buccaneers, knighted and given governorship of Jamaica

John Morris (British) (1663-1672)

Mullins, Darby (Irish) (b.1661) - born near Londonderry, Ireland, farmer until kidnapped and shipped to Jamaica as indentured servant, traveled to New York, signed on with William Kidd

Sir Christopher Myngs (British) (1625-1666) - mentor of Henry Morgan and famous buccaneer leader in his own right, died in a battle with the Dutch


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