At some unknown point likely in his early life, this man became an executioner in the small town of Saint Martin. He was a large, muscly man, and was a hulking giant compared to his prisoners. His face was always covered, save for his big, bushy beard.
In 1751, he would be assigned to the beheading of the pirate Captain Jack Sparrow, while another man was assigned to hang the supposed witch Carina Smyth. However, Smyth and Sparrow got into an argument over who was to be executed first, much to the dismay of both the executioners, the audience, and the Royal Marine guards. However, they were to soon be silenced as it was decided that they would both be killed at the same time.
However, the motley Crew of the Dying Gull serving under Jack Sparrow soon arrived to rescue Sparrow and Smyth along with Henry Turner. They fired a Cannonball through the gallows on which the Executioner was standing, sending him tumbling onto the floor with two injured legs. As the crew dispatched with a large portion of the guards, this executioner attempted to crawl to safety. His further fate remains unknown.