But wouldn't it still say Guybrush Ulysses Marley-Threepwood on the tomb stone though? And wouldn't that mean that it's still his name? And if it didn't, wouldn't the eventual reverting of his death also revert the termination of the wedding/name? We don't know if that will happen yet, but it's a possibility. The line is: "...until death do us part", but one question arise: is it the state of death or the event itself that terminates the wedding? If it's the state, wouldn't the coming back from the dead, even if it would be as an undead, in effect make you married again?
oh god, why did I stay home from work today..