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Re: Pocahontas- my 8th great grandmother
Posted by: Wilma Phelan (ID *****1402) Date: October 31, 2007 at 18:07:37
In Reply to: Re: Pocahontas- my 8th great grandmother by Sandi Gann of 1081

The Randolph's owned the land where Henricus is. That is Farar Island. You will go very close to it, if you go down the south side of the James River. You can probably get Randolph data there, but I know you will get plenty of Rolfe data and you will be walking where John Rolfe and Pocahontas walked Daily.

Bermuda 100 is a little further down the River, when I saw it 30 years ? ago, they had a house decorated but with no one living there and open fields. I ran across a Bermuda 100 notation today, which said that while Gov. Yardly lived there, John Rolfe lived across the river. Actually he live across the river and upstream, but not far enough away to matter.


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