Those are the only death's I remember from the main characters.
Did Governor Swan's death really tug at anyone else's heart strings? All he ever wanted was for his daughter to be happy and survive and here is in his little boat, just so mater of factly saying: "Are you dead? I think I am." then telling Elizabeth that he'll say hello to her mother for her. That was a brutal scene.
I enjoyed Norrington's last scene. He finally became a man in that scene instead of just a slave to duty or a pawn in another's chess game. Said he was sorry, and that he knew that wasn't enough and then kissed her. He died a traitors death, aiding a prisoner escape, but he was repentant for his past crimes and for that reason died a good man.