Archer, Gabriel

Captain, Gentleman, Lawyer

Wounded by Indian attack at the first landing on Cape Henry, April 26, 1607

Also member of Captain Gosnold's 1602 expedition to New England.

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Alicock, Jeremy

Gentleman

Standard (flag) bearer. Died of wounds

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Asbie, John

Died August 6, 1607 of the "bloudie Fluxe"

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Beast, Benjamin

Gentleman

Died September 5, 1607, of unspecified cause

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Browne, Edward

Gentleman

Died August 15, 1607, of unspecified cause

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Bruster, William

Gentleman

Died August 10, 1607, of a wound

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Emry, Thomas

Carpenter

In mid-November 1607, he was killed by natives at time of Smith's capture

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Flower, George

Gentleman

Died August 9, 1607, of "the swelling"

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Gosnold, Captain Bartholomew

Councilman

Commander of the Godspeed

An experienced captain. In 1602, he sailed from Falmouth, England, to the New England coast.

Died August 22, 1607, after nearly 3 weeks of illness. Buried with honors and firing of the fort's cannon.

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Harrington, Edward

Gentleman

Died August 24, 1607, of unspecified cause, and buried the same day.

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Kendall, Captain George

Councilman

Tried, convicted, and shot for "conspiracy" in mid-November 1607.

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Kingston, Ellis

Gentleman

Died September 18, 1607, of starvation & cold.

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Martin, John

Gentleman

Died August 18, 1607, of unspecified cause.

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Midwinter, Francis

Gentleman

August 14, 1607, "died suddenly" of unspecified cause.

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Morton, Mathew

Wounded by Indian attack at first landing, Cape Henry, April 26., 1607

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Mouton, Thomas

Gentleman

Died September 19, 1607, of starvation & cold.

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Newport, Captain Christopher

Commander of the Susan Constant, 1606-7, and Councilman. Did not remain with the original settlers.

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Pennington, Robert

Died August 18, 1607, of unspecified causes.

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Pickhouse, Drue

Gentleman

Died August 19, 1607, of unspecified cause.

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Robinson, John

Gentleman

Robinson sued Edward Wingfield, President of Jamestown, for slander on September 17, 1607. He was awarded 100. One of two first jury trials in America.

Died mid-November, 1607. Killed by natives at time of Smith's capture.

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Rodes, William

Laborer

Died August 27, 1607, of unspecified cause.

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Simons, Richard

Gentleman

Died September 18, 1607, of starvation & cold.

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Smith, Captain John

Councilman

He and John Robinson ued Edward Wingfield for slander on September 17, 1607. He was awarded 200 pounds. One of the first jury trials in America.

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Studley, Thomas

Gentleman & Cape Merchant

Died August 28, 1607, of unspecified cause.

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Throgmorton, Kellam

Gentleman

Died August 26, 1607, of unspecified cause.

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Walker, George

Gentleman

Died August 24, 1607, of unspecified cause. Buried the same day.

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White, William

Laborer

Lived with the natives and learned some of their customs.

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Wingfield, Mr. Edward Marie

Councilman & First President (April 26, 1607)

On September 11, 1607, deposed (fired) as Council President & from Council.

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