Edward England

Edward England's career as a pirate began when the ship that he was on was taken over by a pirate Captain Christopher Winter while on a trip from Jamaica to Providence. The pirates that captured the ship liked him so much that he was given command of a sloop of his own soon after. Edward England became a scourge of the African waters after being driven from the Caribbean in 1718 by the British Navy.

As a good nature and unusual kindness, England didn't believe in torturing victims unless they couldn't otherwise be persuaded. This also led to his undoing. He was deposed for freeing a captured merchant captain, and died a beggar on Madagascar.

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