Pocahontas and Thomas Rolfe
Pocahontas and Thomas Rolfe in the Sedgeford Portrait, reproduced in 1887. Pocahontas (c. 1595 21 March, 1617), daughter of Chief Powhatan, aided the English settlers at Jamestown, and her marriage to James Rolfe brought several years of peace between the settlers and the natives. Thomas Rolfe (30, January, 1615 c. 1675) was their only son. (Photo by Culture Club/Getty Images) *** Local Caption ***
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02 January, 1754
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