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"When I was a lad living in England, my mother raised me by herself. After she died, I came out here, looking for my father."
Will Turner to Jack Sparrow[src]

This woman was the mother of Will Turner and the wife of Bootstrap Bill Turner. After Bootstrap left his wife and his son, she raised their son alone in England. After she died, Will went to look for his father until he was found adrift at sea nexted to a wrecked vessel on the crossing of England.


"No thanks, Jack. I have responsibilities now."
"Yes. And how is the little wife?"
"She's doing very well, Jack. I know she'd love for you to visit. And then you could meet our son."
"Your what? Come again?"
"Our son, Jack—we have a baby boy.
Billy Turner and Jack Sparrow[src]

Some time after his adventures with the crew of La Fleur de la Mort, Billy Turner met this woman. They fell in love and married. Mrs. Turner met one of Billy's old friends, the notorious pirate Jack Sparrow, and they had a few adventures together. More than once, Jack saved the lives of the young couple.

By the late 1710s, Billy and his wife were in Scotland. It was here that they conceived a child, a boy whom his father named William, though would at times be nicknamed "Will". Shortly after William's birth, his parents moved to the Colonies, eventually settling in North Carolina. Billy found a job as a sailor on a merchant ship. Shortly before having set sail, his wife had given him a handkerchief, which he would keep throughout his further adventures.[2] However, on one of the voyages, his ship was captured by Spanish pirates off the coast of Tortuga. Billy was stranded on the island, with no contact with his wife. There, he was reunited with Jack, who promised to take him back to his family aboard the Black Pearl. However, that was a lie, because the Pearl sailed for New Orleans and later for South America.

Through unknown circumstances, Will's mother moved with her son to England, where she remained for the rest of her life until her passing.[3]


Posthumously, Will's mother gained a daughter-in-law when Elizabeth Swann married Will during the battle of Calypso's maelstrom.[4] She also became grandmother with the arrival of Will's and Elizabeth's son Henry Turner.[5]

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