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Birth:July 29 1687
Death:Dec 10 1718
Name:Stede Bonnet
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Stede Bonnet
Caribbean, Births and Baptisms, 1590-1928
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Text:"..., a ver^' pleasant, middle-aged gentleuuin named Maj, S.tedeBonnet, lie was a man iu comfortable circumstances and had been an officer in the Briti.sh army. He had retired from military service, and had..."
Date:July 19 1898
Publication:Goshen, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... for that and not for me. CHAPTÏ2R II. A FRUIT-BASKET AND A FRIEND. AJOE STEDEBONNET, the father of Kate, whose mother had died when the child was but a year old, was a middle-aged Englishman of a fair es tate..."
Date:Sep 8 1904
Publication:West Lebanon, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... of another gentleman in the same profession whose pirating makes Blackbeard look about as ruthless as a department store ribbon clerk. "Gentleman Pirate" He is Major StedeBonnet, who was known as a "gentleman..."
Date:Dec 20 1953
Publication:Rocky Mount, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... in such a lawless town as Belize. The captain, who was going ashore, could make inquiries, and Kate must wait. In a little room at the back of a large, low storehouse, not far from the pier, sat StedeBonnet and his..."
Date:Dec 1 1904
Publication:West Lebanon, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... stood, his sword clutched in his hand and his chwt heaving with the excitement of nil own speech, there arose from the crew a cheer. Some of them bad known a little about StedeBonnet, and some of them..."
Date:Oct 6 1904
Publication:Marble Rock, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... the crew a cheer, Some of them had known a little about StedeBonnet, and some of them scarcely anything at all, except that he was able to-pay them good Now he had told them that he was a pirate captain..."
Date:Aug 20 1912
Publication:Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... a glass of grog." With another shout the crew hurried forward, and StedeBonnet stood upon the quarter-deck, the pirate captain of the pirate ship Revenge. And now stepped up to his master that good..."
Date:Sep 22 1904
Publication:West Lebanon, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... a little about StedeBonnet, and some of them scarcely anything at all, except that he was able to pay them good •wages. Now he had told them that ha was a pirate captain, and each of them LITS TOMTOM CURES..."
Date:Mar 7 1904
Publication:Norwalk, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... to your duty; and, in honor of that black flag which floats above you, each of you shall drink a glass of grog." With another shout the crew hurried forward, and StedeBonnet stood upon the quarter..."
Date:May 12 1904
Publication:Athens, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... stood, his clutched iu his hand and his chest, heaving vrith xhc excitement of his own speech, there arose from the crew a cheer. Some of them had known a little about StedeBonnet, and some- of them..."
Date:Apr 7 1904
Publication:Connellsville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... a! little about StedeBonnet, and some of them scarcely anything at all. except that he was able to pay; them- good waiges. Now he bad told them that be was a pirate captain, and each of them knew..."
Date:Mar 10 1904
Publication:Iola, Kansas, United States of America
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