By 1751, Captain Henry Barbossa had assembled a pirate fleet of ten ships, with the Queen Anne's Revenge serving as his flagship. This man served aboard the flagship, until he ended up dying at the hands of a cursed Spanish soldier.
Shortly after Blackbeard's death, Barbossa managed to assemble a pirate fleet of ten ships, with the Queen Anne's Revenge serving as his flagship. Barbossa's fleet became the terror of the Caribbean, pillaging the wealthy trade ships and filling the holds of the Queen Anne's Revenge with treasures beyond most men's wildest dreams. A year after Blackbeard's death Barbossa and his pirates ruled the seas of the New World.
However, Barbossa's reign of terror came to an end when the Spanish pirate hunter Armando Salazar and his crew of cursed soldiers escaped from the Devil's Triangle, hell-bent on killing all pirates on the Seven Seas, with their main target being Jack Sparrow, the pirate who caused Salazar's demise many years ago. Their first victims were ships of Barbossa's fleet, which were mercilessly destroyed and sent to the bottom of the sea. Only one pirate from each ship they destroyed was left alive to tell the tale of the undead Spaniards taking command of the sea.
Soon, the Queen Anne's Revenge was the only ship in Barbossa's fleet that had not been sunk. Intent on stopping the threat, Barbossa and his crew sailed in search of the murderers. Soon after the pirates found the cursed soldiers, the ghosts jumped aboard the Revenge, holding anyone who stood in their way at gun or sword-point. This pirate was threatened by a Ghost soldier, and soon executed by said soldier at the orders of Capitan Salazar, being the first to die.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales