Welcome guest, is this your first visit?
Member
Discoveries
 
Page 1 of 2 1 2 LastLast
Results 1 to 20 of 24
  1. #1
    Charter Member

    Jun 2007
    8,406
    872 times

    Jean LaFitte (Pirate), & the BEALE TREASURE... post-War of 1812.

    ANYBODY have info on Jean LaFitte as TJ BEALE/BEALL... burying TREASURE in Bedford County, Va. (via OLD MUDDY, & James River in Virginia)? A FUN theory!
    Last edited by Rebel - KGC; Oct 30, 2012 at 03:51 PM.

  2. # ADS
    Ads

    TreasureNet.com is the premier Treasure Hunting Forum on the internet. Registered Users do not see these ads. Please Register - It's Free!

  3. #2
    us
    North Carolina

    Jun 2009
    Currently Pilfered!
    474
    5 times

    Re: Jean LaFitte (Pirate), & the BEALE TREASURE... post-War of 1812.

    Fun indeed, but fruitless, Jean Lafitte was based out of the New Orleans area, did a lot of runs around Cuba and other islands of that region, I have not heard of any pirating activities on his part in any part of the Eastern Seaboard. Try Blackbeard or any others that had actual hideouts/homes/taverns along the east coast.
    Formerly Known As Cap'n Crunch

  4. #3
    us
    Jul 2010
    129

    Re: Jean LaFitte (Pirate), & the BEALE TREASURE... post-War of 1812.

    Yes a French Pirate out of the Caribbean

  5. #4
    us
    Gulf Hunter

    Jan 2007
    Galveston Co., Texas
    Minelab Excal 800s
    83
    1 times

    Re: Jean LaFitte (Pirate), & the BEALE TREASURE... post-War of 1812.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel - KGC
    ANYBODY have info on Jean LaFitte as TJ BEALE/BEALL... burying TREASURE in Bedford County, Va. (via BIG MUDDY, & James River in Virginia)? A FUN theory!
    Try this resource here, it pretty much tells all about the man. I've read and own a copy myself, but then again he was OUR local pirate here in Galveston.
    http://www.amazon.com/Lafitte-Pirate.../dp/0882893955

  6. #5
    us
    May 2008
    Wisconsin
    GARRETT GTI 2500, Garrett Infinium
    2,736
    520 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Jean LaFitte (Pirate), & the BEALE TREASURE... post-War of 1812.

    Yeah, and The Pirate Lafitte, by Robert Tallant.

    It's kind of dry, but well researched.
    "A casual stroll through the lunatic asylum shows that faith does not prove anything." Friedrich Nietzsche

    "You ask where I live. I cannot tell you. I am a Voyageur, a Chicot, sir. I live everywhere. My grandfather was a voyageur; he died while on a voyage. My father was a voyageur; he died while on a voyage. I will also die while en route, and another Chicot will take my place. Such is our course of life."

  7. #6
    Charter Member

    Jun 2007
    8,406
    872 times

    Re: Jean LaFitte (Pirate), & the BEALE TREASURE... post-War of 1812.

    OK... TY, folks! Coffee?

  8. #7
    Charter Member

    Jun 2007
    8,406
    872 times

    Re: Jean LaFitte (Pirate), & the BEALE TREASURE... post-War of 1812.

    58 degrees, later today! In THE BEALE TREASURE: New History of a Mystery by Peter Viemeister, Chapt. 12, Lafitte & Jackson; pg. 107-111, indicate that it was POSSIBLE that after the War of 1812, the Lafitte Bros. "disappeared" up the "Old Muddy", came "in-land' via the James River & buried SOME of their "pirate loot" from SPANISH "plunder". Gen. Andy Jackson DID come to Lynchburg, Va. (on his way to DC), and Thomas. J. Beale was described as being a dark, swarthy , handsome man in the BEALE PAPERS; And!
    ALL the ladies loved him. HA! ANYWAY... there are FRENCH phases in the letters to Robert MORRISS by Thom. J. Beale, that caused "interest" from "investigators", and "locals" of Bedford County, Va. Was just wondering if OTHERS knew of anything.

  9. #8
    Charter Member

    Jun 2007
    8,406
    872 times

    Re: Jean LaFitte (Pirate), & the BEALE TREASURE... post-War of 1812.

    BRRR! Hope ol hunter comes by and "chat" about Jean Lafitte & St. Loo; think it MAY be connected to Beale Treasure in Virginia. St. Louis, MO up "Old Muddy" was rumored to be a "source of interest". AH HOY, MATES!

  10. #9
    us
    Feb 2011
    5

    Re: Jean LaFitte (Pirate), & the BEALE TREASURE... post-War of 1812.

    rgc i dont know if you have heard of trammels trace. this was a freighters route i have a aerial photo that was dowsed by mr. collins and i also 30 years ago when i was alot younger i could feel the heat of gold with my hand . it does take time to learn you have this in you some do . i would like to see if these map dowsers on this site would be interested in seeing if the 2 of us was right? this is in texas . it has 3 different trys at it one has a 8 foot pipe vertical was in wrong place . one person in the steam pump days put barges in slew tried to pump it dry with no success. another drilled holes for it i knew the property owner at that time he told me he had to take a gun and run them off. as far as know that has been the last search for these 5 wagon or cart of gold and or silver. i am 66 i dont b.s. and prefer not to get any either. i would like to look at this again if i can see who ownes it again its been 30 years maybe ill slow down a little now i would like to hear from anyone that has anything on this. thanks j.l.

  11. #10
    us
    Dec 2010
    155
    16 times

    Re: Jean LaFitte (Pirate), & the BEALE TREASURE... post-War of 1812.

    Aahoy Maties, I feel that Lafitte had too much salt air up his nostrels to be that far inland at St Lou. Where you gonna find any good ditch bugs up there. Lafitte had high water marks on his legs and knew how to put it in reverse just like the crawfish.

  12. #11
    Charter Member

    Jun 2007
    8,406
    872 times

    Re: Jean LaFitte (Pirate), & the BEALE TREASURE... post-War of 1812.

    WONDERFUL BLOOMIN' HOT ALE! Jean MAY have been staying down "TX way"; his bro. Pierre was "in-country", meeting ppl in DC; Baltimore, MD; Richmond, Va.; so MAYBE, it was PIERRE, dunno. (Reading THE PIRATES LAFITTE: Treacherous World of the Corsairs of the Gulf). AYE! Ale?

  13. #12
    Charter Member

    Jun 2007
    8,406
    872 times

    Re: Jean LaFitte (Pirate), & the BEALE TREASURE... post-War of 1812.

    ANOTHER cuppa of BLOOMIN' HOT ALE! Doing R & I (Research & Investigation) on Trammel's Trace; started in 1813 coming from TX, so it IS possible that Jean DID use it, after the War of 1812. It eventually connected with St. Loo via "Old Muddy". MY thought is BOTH Jean & Pierre DID go to St. Loo; AND! Possibly went "in-land" back to Kentucky, etc. Going down (SOUTH) the James River to Bedford County; Lynchburg, Va. MAY have even "hooked up" ( ) with Andy Jackson (hero of New Orleans) in Lynchburg, Va. I think Bro Andy (FreeMason) was going to see Prez James Madison about a pardon for the Lafitte Bros, since they helped defeat the Brits in N.O., La. MORE Ale? AYE!

  14. #13
    Charter Member

    Jun 2007
    8,406
    872 times

    Re: Jean LaFitte (Pirate), & the BEALE TREASURE... post-War of 1812.

    HOT CIDER, WASSAIL! R & I; THE BEALE TREASURE: New History of a Mystery
    by Peter Viemeister, pg 108-110... "....on February 6th, 1815, President James Madison issued a public proclamation
    of pardon for ALL the Baratarians, including the Laffittes." LATER... "But, Jean Lafitte was wily and resilient.... There were rumors that he had relocated on the MAINLAND..." (p. 110). Capt. Thomas Beale (Sr) was in charge of Beale's
    Rifles, that Gen. Andy (Jackson) depended on to defend New Orleans; and Capt. Beale was from VIRGINIA. It is speculated that his son... also named Thomas Beale, was in charge of helping the Lafittes bury "loot" in diverse places, Kentucky & Virginia. DANG! THIS stuff is GOOD! ARF!

  15. #14
    Charter Member

    Jun 2007
    8,406
    872 times

    Re: Jean LaFitte (Pirate), & the BEALE TREASURE... post-War of 1812.

    still doing R & I on this; "google"... "Jean Lafitte, Privateer, and the Beale Treasure"
    THEN... "The Fifth Generation by Brad Andrews" INTERESTING STUFF!

  16. #15
    Charter Member

    Jun 2007
    8,406
    872 times

    Re: Jean LaFitte (Pirate), & the BEALE TREASURE... post-War of 1812.

    AHOY, MATIES!

  17. #16
    Charter Member
    us
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/LagoonRiver

    Jun 2010
    East Coast Florida
    An older blue Excal with connector, remote, Skullie headphones, and various coils. Got rid of the rest of my machines.
    7,356
    2112 times
    Beach and Shallow Water Hunting

    Re: Jean LaFitte (Pirate), & the BEALE TREASURE... post-War of 1812.

    "Privateer"....HUGE difference between a pirate and a privateer. Comparing a pirate to a privateer is like comparing a random burglery to a navel/military seizer. The first is working strictly for himself beyond the limits of the effective laws. The later has legal paperwork/documentation that allows him to act with consent , and often on full behalf of, a represented government. Laffite was a, "privateer".
    "The key to finding gold is finding places where it can be accessed."

  18. #17
    us
    Feb 2011
    5

    Re: Jean LaFitte (Pirate), & the BEALE TREASURE... post-War of 1812.

    hello rebel-kgc i keep reading about old muddy how is this tied to trammels trace . through n.e. texas i hope this reply gets posted


    ol hunter

  19. #18
    Charter Member

    Jun 2007
    8,406
    872 times

    Re: Jean LaFitte (Pirate), & the BEALE TREASURE... post-War of 1812.

    Ol Hunter; R & I, 2012 indicate that Jean Lafitte & "crew" of PRIVATEERS resided on the Bolivar Peninsula (TX) and PROBABLY used Trammel's Trace (OLD "Indian" Path/Trail) to get to "Old Muddy"; going up to St. Loo, MO... from there? INFO: Trammel's Trace; "Google" Trammel's Trace - The Handbook of Texas Online Bolivar Peninsula; Bolivar Peninsula - The Handbook of Texas Online. Coffee?
    Last edited by Rebel - KGC; Oct 29, 2012 at 06:57 PM.

  20. #19
    Charter Member

    Jun 2007
    8,406
    872 times
    (WINK) THIS is interesting... FINDING LAFITTE'S FORTUNE: THE BEALE TREASURE by A. Nonymous in LOST TREASURE magazine, July, 2012. HA! (SHADES ON...)

  21. #20

    Jun 2012
    1
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    DirtMan1 is right. The French Pirate out of the Caribbean .




    __________________________

    famous illuminati members

 

 
Page 1 of 2 1 2 LastLast

Home | Forum | Active Topics | What's New

Sponsors

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  

Search tags for this page

beale papers pirate
,
fort morgan treasure
,
jean laffite in coden
,
jean lafitte pirate treasure
,
jean lafitte thomas beall
,

jean lafitte treasure

,
oak trees pirate legend
,
pirate treasure found in alabama
,
t.j. beale an lafitte
,
was john lafitte a freemason
Click on a term to search for related topics.
Powered by vBadvanced CMPS v4.1.3