Sir Henry Morgan was a Welsh privateer, buccaneer, and admiral of the Royal
Navy. He made .... This rumor would have ruined the reputation of most pirates,
but Morgan sailed to sack Porto Bello with...
At some point after the English conquest, Henry Morgan, having survived his
indenture in Barbados, was recruited by a pirate crew. Posterity is indebted to
Henry Morgan was a Welsh Admiral and buccaneer known for his raids of
Spain's Caribbean colonies ... Read more about this legendary pirate at
Feb 15, 2016 ... Sir Henry Morgan (1635-1688) was a Welsh privateer who fought for the ... of the
Coast, a group of pirates, buccaneers, corsairs and privateers.
A note on Sir Henry Morgan and the Morgans of Monmouthshire. ... For many,
Henry Morgan is little more than the name of a romantic "pirate" of yore, but I now
Sir Henry Morgan Born: Around 1635 in Monmouthshire, Wales, the son of a
farmer. Died:1688 in Jamaica of alcohol poisoning. Aged 53. Coming from a poor
Sir Henry Morgan was a legendary Welsh privateer and a Pirate Lord of the
Brethren Court. While...
What must first be made clear is that Henry Morgan was not a pirate. A rogue
maybe, but not a pirate. He was a privateer. This meant he held a paper issued
Jul 31, 2012 ... The pirate was Captain Henry Morgan, of rum bottle fame, a Welshman who
looted throughout the Spanish Main in the 17th century before ...
Sir Henry Morgan, (born 1635, Llanrhymney, Glamorgan [now in Cardiff], ...
written by one of his crew, created his popular reputation as a bloodthirsty pirate.