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Jail Guard
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Jail Guard

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British Army

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Dead Men Tell No Tales

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Dead Men Tell No Tales


James Lawson

"I'll be needing some time with your witch."
Hector Barbossa to the Jail Guard[src]

This man was a British soldier who was stationed on the island of Saint Martin in 1751.

Biography Edit

Not much is known about this man's early life, but at some unspecified point on his life, he decided to became a soldier of the British Army.

In 1751, this man was a soldier among the British troops stationed on the island of Saint Martin. One night when he was on guard duty, protecting the small prison gates that faced the harbor, he was approached by the notorious pirate captain Hector Barbossa. The pirate spoke to the guard, telling him that he would need some time with one of the prisoners inside the jail, the witch Shansa. Bribed with the bag of gold that Barbossa gave him, the guard allowed the pirate to come inside and unlocked the doors to Shansa's cell, leaving the two to exchange a conversation in private.[1] His further fate is unknown.

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