James Sussex was a military-mercenary also affiliated to the Brotherhood of Assassins during the eighteenth century. James Sussex was the English counterpart of Louis la Mort. Not much is known of him except that he was born in the county of Sussex in South-England and who bore the same name of Lady Sophia Sussex – though their kinship is unknown. He served the first service in the British Army for an unknown reason and then later worked as a mercenary and hunt Jeanne Carter between 1771 and 1780. James could not finish the job of killing Jeanne because they had to do more business for the Brotherhood, killing many Templars who had relations in Scotland with Caribbean Templars. Jacob Denton killed Jeanne for him in 1784. James died of old age in 1813 in the supposed age of 83 years roughly.