Jeremy R. Moss is a husband, father, philanthropist, real estate developer, attorney, and lobbyist living in Jacksonville, Florida.
An emerging author and freelance historian, Jeremy’s first two books are focused on his passions of real estate development, unique personalities of the Golden Age of Piracy and early colonial history. Jeremy is a passionate speaker, regularly talking with groups, large and small.
When not reading, writing or working, Jeremy is usually looking for his now-lukewarm half cup of coffee. Jeremy has a competitive spirit and enjoys physical activity, and has competed in Olympic weightlifting, Crossfit, strongman and rugby.
Dec. 26, 2022
Stede Bonnet lived a life of luxury in Barbados, inheriting from his father an over 400-acre sugarcane plantation, along with 94 slaves. But in late 1716, when he was 29 years old, Bonnet decided to leave behind his plantati…