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His favorite weapons were four dueling pistols that he always carried in the sash. Captain Samuel Bellamy Famous for his memorable speeches and flamboyant character. Captain Samuel Bellamy (c. February 23, 1689 – April 26, 1717), better known as "Black Sam" Bellamy, was an English pirate who operated in the early 18th century.Though his known career as a pirate captain lasted little more than a year, he and his crew captured at least 53 ships under his command – making him the wealthiest pirate in recorded history – before his death at age 28. The wreck of the former slave ship turned pirate ship has spawned legend after legend of its Captain and onboard treasure. Captain Samuel Bellamy, now known as Black Bellamy, was well-known to his contemporaries and chroniclers as a distinctive figure, a tall, strong, well mannered and very tidy man. In the process, he generously gave the Sultana to the former captain of the Whydah, and acts like this earned "Black Sam," another nickname, the "Prince of Pirates." Captain Samuel Bellamy, now known as Black Bellamy, was a tall, strong, well-mannered and very tidy man. Now as finely equipped as he had ever been, Bellamy headed Northward. Feb 2, 2015 - Samuel Bellamy, flibustier anglais plus connu sous les noms de Black Sam ou encore Black Bellamy et surnommé Prince des Pirates. Gratis Vokabeltrainer, Verbtabellen, Aussprachefunktion. Pirate’s Crossed Bones Rise from Ghost Ship – Are They the Remains of Notorious Pirate Samuel Bellamy? 1 Biography 2 Personality and traits 3 Behind the scenes 4 Appearances 5 Notes and references At some unknown point in his life, Bellamy joined the British merchant marine, eventually becoming captain of the merchant vessel the Edinburgh Trader. The captain of Mary Anne refused Bellamy's request to pilot them up the coast, so Bellamy arrested the captain and five of his crew and brought them aboard Whydah Gally, leaving three of the original crew aboard Mary Anne. Bellamy outfitted the Whydah with additional weaponry converting it from a profitable slave ship to a 28-gun pirate ship. Message