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Sterling in town

Port Royal chapel, as seen behind James Sterling

This chapel[1] was located in Port Royal, overlooking the main harbor.

Elizabeth Swann and William Turner arranged to be married at this chapel, though the service was postponed indefinately by the arrival of Lord Cutler Beckett, who had the chapel surrounded and Swann and Turner arrested outside the building.[2]

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