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Steve Seymour
Biographical information


Ethnic group



Steve Seymour Sr. (father)
Marie Seymour (wife)


Shipwreck City

Behind the scenes
First appearance

The Price of Freedom


The Price of Freedom

"Etienne! More rum!"
"Don't give me any of yer furrin' jabber, Christophe. It's Steve. 'Tis a good English name, good enough for me dad, and sure as the devil, good enough for me. I'll thank ye to remember it."
"But Etienne rolls so beautifully off the tongue, mon ami!
Christophe-Julien de Rapièr and Steve Seymour[src]

Steve Seymour was the owner of the Drunken Lady tavern in Shipwreck City on Shipwreck Island during the early 1710s.[1] At some point in his life, he married a French girl Marie. After Marie became pregnant, Steve sold the tavern and moved with his wife to the town of Raleigh in North Carolina because they did not want to raise their child among pirates. In North Carolina, Marie gave birth to a son and a year later they had a baby girl. Not long after, Marie became pregnant with a third child.


Notes and referencesEdit

  1. The timeline established in On Stranger Tides (which takes place in 1750) and Dead Men Tell No Tales (which takes place in 1751) sets Steve's appearance in The Price of Freedom around 1709/1710.

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