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Joseph Bradish

Background

Joseph Bradish - Pirates of the Spanish Main (1888)

Joseph Bradish - Pirates of the Spanish Main (1888)

Joseph Bradish (28 November 1672 – 12 July 1700) was famous pirate rounder and associate of William Kidd. Bradish sailed with Kidd from the very beginning, joining the Adventure Galley in the city of London in March of 1698 as a mate. Bradish is famous in his own right as one of his most notorious exploits occurred as they were sailing the Adventure Galley along the north shore of Long Island in the Province of New York.

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Sources

Primary Sources

Secondary Sources

Snow, Edward Rowe. Pirates and Buccaneers of the Atlantic Coast. Boston: Yankee Publishing Company, 1944, pp.150–151

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