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John Phillips (pirate)


John Phillips (died April 18, 1724) was an English pirate captain. He started his piratical career in 1721 under Thomas Anstis, and stole his own pirate vessel in ...

Infamous Pirates | John Phillips - Golden Age of Piracy


John Phillips (Unknown - April 18, 1724) was an English pirate captain. He began his career under Thomas Anstis in 1721. Two years later he stole his own  ...

Captain John Phillips - Memoirs of Pascal Bonenfant


An Account of the 18th Century Pirate Captain John Phillips and his Untimely End at the Hands of his Own Crew.

The reluctant pirate from Ipswich, Captain John Fillmore | Stories ...


Dec 2, 2014 ... In August the Dolphin was captured off Newfoundland by the notorious pirate Capt. John Phillips. Fillmore was taken prisoner (only a year after ...

Captain John Phillips' Articles 1724 – PirateDocuments.com


Privateers were little better than pirates. john_phillips-forces liquor-on-prisioner. Captain John Phillips forcing wine on a prisioner. To personalize Captain John ...

Crew members: 'Captain Phillips' is one big lie | New York Post


Oct 13, 2013 ... The crew didn't know whom to fear more: the pirates or Phillips. ... Perry and third engineer John Cronan went to CNN, speaking of Phillips' ...

The Pirate Phillips by Marti Melville - Publishizer


May 17, 2015 ... Captain John Phillips is a famous pirate in the 1700s, whose real life adventures are even more fascinating than the fiction they have inspired.

Captain Phillips True Story vs Movie - Real Captain Richard Phillips


Oct 8, 2013 ... Chris Mulkey as John Cronan. Chris Mulkey ... -New York Post. Did Captain Phillips really fake a call to the Navy to deter the pirate ships? Yes.

Hostage captain rescued; Navy snipers kill 3 pirates - CNN.com


Apr 12, 2009 ... U.S. Navy snipers fatally shot three pirates holding an American cargo-ship ... John Reinhart, CEO of Maersk Line Limited, announces Phillips' ...

Captain John Phillips ~ - Marti Melville


Notorious pirate Captain John Phillips is known for his ruthless ways historically. But was he actually hiding a set of ethics and his love for a woman?

John Phillips
John Phillips was the co-founder and leader of the 1960s pop group The Mamas and The Papas. The quartet included Phillips, his wife Michelle Phillips, Denny Doherty and Cass Elliot. John Phillips wrote and arranged most of the group's songs, includ... More »
Born: August 30, 1935, Parris Island, South Carolina
Died: March 18, 2001
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Biography of Pirate Captain John Phillips - Latin American History


Captain John Phillips (1690? - 1724) was a ruthless pirate leader who captured several ships in the Caribbean and along the North American coast in ...

Captain John Phillips, Notorious Pirate - Consejo Belize


On 19th of April 1721 John Phillips was traveling to Newfoundland on a ship that was taken by the pirate brigantine, "Good Fortune", which was commanded by ...

Greg Flemming - John Fillmore and a pirate's sword


Feb 22, 2015 ... What surprised me the most, perhaps, while researching my book on Philip Ashton was discovering just how common young captives were ...