No. There are four known English female pirates from the Golden Age Mary Farlee was tried and acquitted.Mary Critchett was hung. Mary Read was sentenced to be hung but died in prison during child birth. Anne Bonney was sentenced to be hung anf stayed in prison until she gave birth.What happened to her afterwards is disputed. There is no official historical record of Bonny's release, execution, or death. This has fed speculation as to her fate. Some rumours say that Bonny died in prison, while others say that she escaped and reverted to her life as a pirate.
Possibly the most famous female pirate was Ching Shih who in the early 19th century commanded 300 junks and manned by 20,000 to 40,000 pirates. She is widely considered to be the most successful pirate in history, based on the fact that she commanded the largest crew ever assembled, and that she died in her own bed as a free woman at the age of 69.