The colonists wanted the king’s financial support, and here is their report on the state of the colony. The Indians (supposedly) told the colonists there were gold and silver mines in the area. One suggestion is to bring over malt to make beer for water to drink. This post is a primary source with thirty-one names of original colonists.
This post covers the end of his life. How generous was he? What did he do for society just before he died?
This post has the last wills and testaments of John, Lawrence, and Augustine: his great-grandfather, grandfather, and father. They are royal gateway ancestors. That is, they descend from royalty many generations back and then John moved to America.
“IN THE NAME OF GOD Amen. I GEORGE WASHINGTON of MOUNT VERNON, a Citizen of the United States, and lately President of the same” .… This post includes only the family essentials of his will, plus his landholdings and investments, which other online sites don’t have. How rich was he?
Dateline: 1694, Philadelphia. The earliest Americans, even peaceful Quakers, supported the death penalty—that’s for sure.
Dateline: 1684, the Quakers recognize how beneficial public education is. Or was it private education?
Dateline, Virginia: March 12, 1651/52. How did the Virginia Colony, meeting in Jamestowne, respond to this historical change?
The Fathers quoted here lived in the first to third centuries. They are unanimous that John wrote the fourth Gospel.
The Fathers quoted here lived in the first to third centuries. They are unanimous that Luke wrote the third Gospel.
The Fathers quoted here lived in the first to third centuries. They are unanimous that Mark wrote the second Gospel.