Thomas rolfe

Captain John Thomas Rolfe (May 6, 1585-1622) one of the early English settlers of North America. He is credited with the first successful cultivation of tobacco as an export crop in the Colony of Virginia. Spouse: Jane Pierce (m. 1619), Pocahontas (m. 1614–1617) Children: Thomas Rolfe, Elizabeth Rolfe

Captain John Thomas Rolfe (May 6, 1585-1622) one of the early English settlers of North America. He is credited with the first successful cultivation of tobacco as an export crop in the Colony of Virginia. Spouse: Jane Pierce (m. 1619), Pocahontas (m. 1614–1617) Children: Thomas Rolfe, Elizabeth Rolfe

Thomas Rolfe (1615 - 1680).  Son of John Rolfe and Pocahontas.  Kippax Plantation, Hopewell, Virginia. Find A Grave Photos                                                                                                                                                     More

Thomas Rolfe (1615 - 1680). Son of John Rolfe and Pocahontas. Kippax Plantation, Hopewell, Virginia. Find A Grave Photos More

Pocahantas and son Thomas Rolfe - John's 13th great grandmother was her sister. (Cleopatra Shawano) Portrait by Sedgeford.

Pocahantas and son Thomas Rolfe - John's 13th great grandmother was her sister. (Cleopatra Shawano) Portrait by Sedgeford.

Thomas Rolfe only son of Pocahontas from her English husband John Rolfe. #wikitree #genealogy #pocahontas

Thomas Rolfe only son of Pocahontas from her English husband John Rolfe. #wikitree #genealogy #pocahontas

Thumbnail of Thomas Rolfe as 3D Face this is my 11x great grandfather, Thomas Rolfe son of Matoka "Pochahontas" and John Rolfe More

Thumbnail of Thomas Rolfe as 3D Face this is my 11x great grandfather, Thomas Rolfe son of Matoka "Pochahontas" and John Rolfe More

POCAHONTAS  1852   This regal portrait, painted by the renowned artist Thomas Sully, seemed a fitting treatment of the woman who had come to be called the "mother" of the nation by the 1850s. Southerners in particular claimed Pocahontas as a progenitor; indeed, her descendants through her son Thomas Rolfe were among the most prominent families in the South. It was even adapted for the banner of a Confederate militia unit that called itself the "Guard of the Daughters of Powhatan."

POCAHONTAS 1852 This regal portrait, painted by the renowned artist Thomas Sully, seemed a fitting treatment of the woman who had come to be called the "mother" of the nation by the 1850s. Southerners in particular claimed Pocahontas as a progenitor; indeed, her descendants through her son Thomas Rolfe were among the most prominent families in the South. It was even adapted for the banner of a Confederate militia unit that called itself the "Guard of the Daughters of Powhatan."

Thomas Rolfe (1615 - 1680) - Find A Grave Photos. Kippax Planation, Hopewell, VA.

Thomas Rolfe (1615 - 1680) - Find A Grave Photos. Kippax Planation, Hopewell, VA.

Maj John Fairfax Bolling Birth: 	Jan. 27, 1676 Charles City County Virginia, USA Death: 	Apr. 20, 1729 Virginia, USA He was the second son and only surviving child of Colonel Robert Bolling and Jane (Rolfe) Bolling. His maternal grandfather was Thomas Rolfe, the son of Pocahontas and John Rolfe. Burial: Non-Cemetery Burial Specifically: Above-ground crypt, Cobb's Plantation, Cobb's Point, Chesterfield Co., Virginia, near Appomattox River.

Maj John Fairfax Bolling Birth: Jan. 27, 1676 Charles City County Virginia, USA Death: Apr. 20, 1729 Virginia, USA He was the second son and only surviving child of Colonel Robert Bolling and Jane (Rolfe) Bolling. His maternal grandfather was Thomas Rolfe, the son of Pocahontas and John Rolfe. Burial: Non-Cemetery Burial Specifically: Above-ground crypt, Cobb's Plantation, Cobb's Point, Chesterfield Co., Virginia, near Appomattox River.

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Captain John Thomas Rolfe II…

Captain John Thomas Rolfe II... More

In the late 1600s Robert Lancaster served jury duty during a trial against several people that destroyed property during the Bacons Rebellion.

In the late 1600s Robert Lancaster served jury duty during a trial against several people that destroyed property during the Bacons Rebellion.

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