There was a James Thorley killed at Martin's Hundred (Jamestown) in the Indian uprising of 1622. I have not been able to find out anything about him other than he was killed. There probably weren't very many Thorley's in VA in 1622, but I know of no way to establish any connection between him and Mary.
I might also add there was a Thomas Kean brought over to Henrico Co. in 1631 in a "headrights" group. This is also intriguing, assuming spelling differences, as T. Kean, if he were indentured, might have served his indenture by 1636 shortly before our T. Keene appears on the Evelyn ship.
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