"Hurry, Papa! Or we'll miss the hanging!"
"It's not a hanging, dear, it's a trial. The hanging comes this afternoon.
Girl and Father[src]

This English man was the father of a girl who lived in London along with him.


Not much is known about this man's early life, but it's known that he was born at England. At some unspeficied point of his life, he had a daughter. They lived in London, where he was presumably a member of the Old Bailey.[1]

In 1750, during the trial of Joshamee Gibbs, who was mistaken for CaptainJack Sparrow, that took place at the Old Bailey in London, he and his daughter went to watch the trial. His daughter was excited to see "Sparrow"'s execution, but he corrected her explaining that the hanging wouldn't take place until the afternoon after the trial. During the trial, the father stood behind Joshamee Gibbs and the Jailor, and eagerly awaited Gibbs being sentenced to death. However, when Judge Smith (who was, unbeknownst to the court, actually Jack Sparrow in disguise) declared that he would not be hung, the father and his daughter started yelling and throwing things at the court.[1] His further fate is unknown.

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