Jane Rolfe

They had one child, Thomas Rolfe, who was born in Virginia on January 30, 1615.Created by: Historical_Watson Record added: Nov 24, 2008 Find A Grave Memorial# 31678153http://www.ourfamtree.org/browse.php/Jane-Rolfe/f62129Jane Rolfe was the granddaughter of Pocahontas and English colonist John Rolfe, (credited with introducing a strain of tobacco for export by the struggling Virginia Colony). Moore and Slatten traced the suggestion that his wife was a Poythress back to a comment by W. G. Stanard in "Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents", Virginia Historical Magazine(I, 1894, 446-447): "His wife is said to have been a Miss Poythress (if so, doubtless a daughter of Francis Poythress." Select this result to view Jane Rolfe's phone number, address, and more. Jump up ^ "The Descendants of Pocahontas: An Unclosed Case", by Elizabeth Vann Moore and Richard Slatten, Magazine of Virginia Genealogy, XXIII, no.3, pp.3-16, cited by John Frederick Dorman, Adventurers of Purse and Person, 4th ed., Vol.

Jane Rolfe, sister of Thomas Rolfe and daughter of Pocahontas. [4] Please enable JavaScript in your browser's settings to use this part of Geni.

Warren Wilhelm (father of Bill de Blasio)Maria de Blasio (mother of Bill de Blasio) ], now in the Library of Virginia. https://stratfordbeaconherald.remembering.ca/obituary/jane-rolfe-1078040089 According to Moore and Slatten, Stanard cited as evidence handwritten notes on the flyleaf of a copy of A Complete Collection of All the Laws of Virginia Now in Force Carefully Copied from the Assembled Records (London, 168[? Are you sure you want to submit this comment without a message?Become the owner of this obituary to manage the guestbook, edit the notice, and more.We met Jane on our beach, and shared some winter fires in the cold. We recall that in John Rolfe's will the name of his third wife is spelt Pyers (Peirce) and that it was John who married a "Jane". The Biography Channel. Robert Bolling's wife was a daughter of Thomas Rolfe and Potthress (Indian) and granddaughter of Pocahontas, who died at Gravesend, England.

She will be greatly missed. Jane is said to have died shortly afterward. Jane Rolfe is a real estate agent affiliated with CENTURY 21 The Realty Group, located in Greenville, NC.

They had one child, Thomas Rolfe, who was born in Virginia on January 30, 1615.Hopewell City County, Province of Virginia, Colonial AmericaLieutenant Thomas Pepsironemeh Rolfe, Jane Poythress Thomas Powhatan Rolfe, Jane Rolfe (born Poythress) Oct 10 1650 - Varina Plantation, Henrico, Virginia, United States 1676 - Charles City, Charles, Virginia, United States https://www.myheritage.com/research/record-61696-1088/lee-of-virginia-1642-1892-1895-in-lee-of-virginia

[3] They had one child, Thomas Rolfe, who was born in Virginia on January 30, 1615.She was born in Varina, Henrico County, Virginia on October 10, 1650 [4] to Thomas Rolfe and his wife, Jane Poythress whose English parents were Francis Poythress and Alice Payton. Discussions The truth in this matter is still unclear.References[edit] Jump up ^ The conversion of Pocahontas to Christianity was undertaken by Alexander Whitaker. Stanard wrote, 'His wife is said to have been a Miss Poythress (if so, doubtless a daughter of Francis Poythress).'

Thomas and Jane had only one child:

About Jane Rolfe Jane Payton Poythress was born c. 1620 in Jamestown, Virginia to Capt.

He added in justification of his charming adoption of an ancestress, '...no such name as "Poyers" is anywhere known ... the family of Poythress was already settled in Virginia.' Who the wife (or wives) of Thomas Rolfe may have been remains an unanswered question." "Jan 1680 - Charles City, Charles City County, Colony of Virginia, British Colonial America

Jane Rolfe's grave site at Kippax Plantation.