| "We are an unimaginative lot when it comes to naming things."|
The title of this article is conjectural.
|Behind the scenes|
Killed by Captain Teague.
- "Filthy pirate."
- ―The Guard's last words, to Jack Sparrow
Sometime in 1750, the Royal Guard would arranged the capture of pirates Jack Sparrow and Joshamee Gibbs at St. James's Palace. Jack Sparrow would be taken into the palace's banquet room, where King George II would try to convince Jack to guide an expedition to the Fountain of Youth. However, though he was completely surrounded, Jack Sparrow was able to leave the banquet room. With haste, the guards immediately ran to find Jack until the pirate escaped the palace. The Guard was one of the cavalry unit that led a chase through the streets of London, where Jack was jumping on top of a carriage and jumping to another carriage until he ended up driving a coal wagon.
Although the Royal Guards lost Jack in the chase, this Guard confronted Jack by calling him a "filthy pirate" and was about to shoot him before being shot in the back and killed by Jack's father, Captain Teague.