Geoffrey Lawrence
Vital statistics
Title Captain
Gender Male
Status Alive
Ships Black Hind
Relationships {{{relationships}}}
Appearances First appearance: V.
Portrayed by John Herbert

Geoffrey Lawrence is a pirate captain in command of the Black Hind. Lawrence is one of the least profitable pirates in Nassau.

Season OneEdit

After Richard Guthrie tells the pirates he has gone out of business and that they will not receive any more money, Eleanor decides to restart her father's dealing instead of paying off the captains and running. Geoffrey is one of four captains she summons, and tells him that he and Naft are the least profitable captains on the island. Despite the lack the money they bring in, both he and Naft have some of the largest ships, and are capable of carrying large amounts of goods for trade. While Naft believes he can talk his men into moving cargo, Geoffrey takes offence, saying that his men are pirates and will not like the change. Eleanor tells him they may be pirates, but they are bad at it, and they can make more money doing easier work. Geoffrey asks Benjamin Hornigold what he thinks of this whole deal, as most of its success would fall on Benjamin being the face of the operation. Once Hornigold's terms are met, he agree's to join, so Geoffrey follows.

As he suspected, most of Lawrence's crew did not accept being "legitimate", and left the ship. Geoffrey told the other members of the Consortium that he was now undermanned and did not believe his should could operate. To fix the problem, Eleanor took slaves from the recently taken Andromache and assigned them to the Black Hind.

A few days later, Lawrence is on the beach with the other members of the Consortium, preparing for his first voyage as a merchant. Before he can leave however, cannon from the fort go off and hit several ships in the harbour. It is discovered that Charles Vane took over the fort and is demanding Hornigold's spot on the Consortium. He notes that should they try to take the fort, he will be able to sink half the ships in harbour before they should succeed. Eleanor agrees to his demands and Lawrence is able to depart.


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