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This man was a member of the crew of the Queen Anne's Revenge, serving under Captain Blackbeard in 1750.

Biography Edit

Not much is known about this man's early life, but it is known that he took a life of piracy prior to the mid-18th century. Several years after the War Against Piracy, the pirate went to the pub called the Captain's Daughter, located in London town. It was here that this man, along with a number of sailors and pirates, signed on to sail under Jack Sparrow.

Climbing aboard the Queen Anne's Revenge, the pirate would work with the crewmen for the next five days, where he would work with a shanghaied Jack Sparrow. He later met with Jack and some of the other crewmen, who were not satisfied with sailing under Angelica and her zombie crew, and took part in Jack's mutiny aboard the Revenge. Jack's crew were soon victorious until Blackbeard himself came out of his cabin. Blackbeard, in response to being told that this was a mutiny, hung all of the crewmen, including this man, with the rigging of the Queen Anne's Revenge. The pirate and the rest of the crewmen were let down to witness the Cook's punishment.

The crew continued their voyage by arriving at Whitecap Bay to hunt for a mermaid, which Blackbeard needed. This man was forced to sit in the same longboat as Scrum, Philip Swift, Gunner, Ezekiel, and the Cabin Boy. Like the rest aboard the boat, this man was forced to sing in order to attract mermaids. When the mermaids started their attack, this man was the first to die, grabbed straight off the longboat by a leaping mermaid. He was then pulled to bottom, drowned, and eaten.

Appearances Edit

  • Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
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