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MyHeritage Family Trees
W.Berbaum v1.0_2015-01-16 in Berbaum Family Site (23andMe), managed by Barbara Berbaum
Birth:Day Month 1714 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
Siblings:Allamby Bonnet and names of 3 more siblings
MyHeritage Family Trees
W.Berbaum v1.0_2015-01-16 in Berbaum Family Site (23andMe), managed by Barbara Berbaum
Birth:Month 1688 - Place
Death:Day Month 1718 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
Sister:Name of sister
Wife:Name of wife
Children:Allamby Bonnet and names of 4 more children
Stede Bonnet
Caribbean, Marriages, 1591-1905
Marriage:Day Month 1709 - Place
Wife:Name of spouse
Stede Bonnet
Caribbean, Births and Baptisms, 1590-1928
Christening:Day Month 1714 - Place
Parents:Names of both parents
Stede Bonnet
Caribbean, Births and Baptisms, 1590-1928
Son:Name of child
Christening of son:Day Month 1714 - Place
Wife:Name of spouse
Stede Bonnet
Biographical Summaries of Notable People
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Birth:1688 - Bridgetown
Death:Cause of death: Hanging - Dec 10 1718 - Charleston
Stede Bonnet
Caribbean, Births and Baptisms, 1590-1928
Son:Name of child
Christening of son:Day Month 1713 - Place
Wife:Name of spouse
Michael Stede Bonnet
U.S. Public Records Index
Birth:Day Month 1977
Possible relatives:John Conrad Bonnet, Jr, and names of 4 more relatives
Residences:Full address, Texas, and one more full address
Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:".... and us no other canst thou siiil with me." Bt-ti Greenway looked at h'ra steadfastly. "Mar,rr StedeBonnet." said he, "ye kre ; no more fit to "b? a bloody pirate than. I am. Ye overs" .your plantation..."
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Date:Day Month 1904
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... and In honor of that black flag which floats above you each of you shall drink a glass of grogWith With another shout the crow hurried forward and StedeBonnet stood upon tho quarterdeck the pirate captain..."
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Date:Day Month 1904
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... character. but they do not have any common basis of action. For instance, the ienusai tribes of Egypt and northern What Am BY JAMES B. MOB.BOW. MAJ. STEDEBONNET of the British regulars, rich and middle..."
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Date:Day Month 1916
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"..." as they spat flre back and forth * from merchantman to pirate ship. Stars and Stripes Now Seen. Where once the sltTps of Edward Teach, infamous in history as of Sir Henry Morgan. Mansfield, Capt. Kldd. Stede..."
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Date:Day Month 1919
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... to Major StedeBonnet a gentleman of Barbados who although a man of property and having small knowledge of the sea thought proper to fit out a sloop and take to a life of piracy the explanation of his being..."
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Date:Day Month 1911
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... gentleman named Major StedeBonnet. He WB8 a man In comfortable circumstances, and had been an offlcer in the British army. He had retired from Military service, and had bought an estate at Bridgetown, where..."
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Date:Day Month 1898
Page:Page
Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... and destination." "What do vou suspect?" asked the Governor, who was a slow wltted man, broken down with fevers and port wine. "I susDect." said the soldier, "that it is StedeBonnet over again." Now StedeBonnet..."
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Date:Day Month 1904
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... is lost In history and his native place Is vari ously given as Bristol and Jamaica He first appears as a foremast hand to Major StedeBonnet a gentleman of Barbados who although a man of property and having..."
Publication:Place
Date:Day Month 1911
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