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J. Ward
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First appearance

The Price of Freedom (Mentioned only)

Latest appearance

The Price of Freedom (Mentioned only)

"My Lyfe Amonge the Pyrates, by Capt. J. Ward. Teague gave me his copy to read when I was just a lad. In one of the chapters Captain Ward regales the reader with tales of treasures from all the pirates he encountered. Some of the legends go way back, hundreds, even a thousand or more years."
Jack Sparrow[src]

The infamous J. Ward was a captain from the late 17th century. The captain apparently had many exciting adventures which he wrote down in his book, My Lyfe Amonge the Pyrates. The book was a favorite among Jack Sparrow and Cutler Beckett. Jack Sparrow speculated that J. Ward might have been a pirate and used J. Ward as a pseudonym to protect his identity.

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