Product images of Female pirates Anne Bonny and Mary Read
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Female pirates Anne Bonny and Mary Read
Ann Bonny and Mary Read convicted of piracy 28 November 1720 at a Court of Vice Admiralty held at St Jago de la Vega, Jamaica.' Mary Read (1690-1720) dressed as a man and fought in the English army and navy, before joining pirate Calico 'Jack' Rackham. Anne Bonny also sailed with Rackham's crew where she met Read.
- Image reference: D7496-B
- National Maritime Museum