Anne Bonny was an Irish pirate operating in the Caribbean, and one of the most famous female pirates of all time. Bonny was born in the Kingdom of Ireland around 1700 and moved to London and then to the Province of Carolina when she was about 10 years old. She then married around 1715 and moved to Nassau in the Bahamas, a sanctuary for pirates. It was there that she met Calico Jack Rackham and became his pirate partner and lover. She was captured alongside Rackham and Mary Read in October 1720. Bonny and Read were sentenced to death, but their executions were stayed because both of them were pregnant. Read died in jail in early 1721, but Bonny's fate is unknown. She is adorned with a real shell crown and a goldstone centerpiece.
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