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The title of this article is conjectural.
This grand mansion was the residence of Governor Weatherby Swann, his daughter Elizabeth Swann and their staff in Port Royal following their crossing from England. Set in the fashionable St. Paul's district, Governor Swann's grand mansion is far from the squalor of Port Royal's docks and slums.
HistoryEditThe grand mansion was situated far from the squalor of Port Royal's docks and slums. It came under siege when the Black Pearl launched an attack on Port Royal. Lured by the Gold Medallion that Elizabeth Swann wore around her neck, the pirates storm the governor's mansion to kidnap her. The mansion was devastated by cannonfire, and many of its valuables plundered by the cursed pirates. By the time Weatherby returned to his wrecked home, Elizabeth was already sailing from the port, a captive of Captain Hector Barbossa's cursed crew. 
It's unknown what happened to the mansion following Weatherby Swann's death at the hands of Beckett and Ian Mercer, but as Elizabeth opted to raise her son Henry Turner at a lighthouse, it's likely that it was abandoned or bought by some other person.
Notable Residents and StaffEdit
Behind the scenesEdit
- For Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, scenes in Fort Charles was built on a three-acre bluff on the Palos Verdes Peninsula, south of Los Angeles, on the site of Marineland, a one-time amusement park (near the Point Vicente Lighthouse seen in Pearl Harbor). The Governor's elaborate mansion was also built here, while the interior being a set at Raleigh Studios in Manhattan Beach, a little further north up the coast. Dining room, bedrooms, hallways, linen closet, a first and second floor foyer and staircase—which the crew promptly destroyed with cannon blasts.
- Pirates of the Caribbean: The Missing Pirate
- Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (First appearance)
- Breakout! (Indirect mention only)
- Pirates of the Caribbean Online