Welcome to Jamestowne Society
We designed this website for the use of members, for those interested in membership, and for those just interested in learning more about Jamestowne during the period 1607 - 1700. We hope you find it helpful. We welcome your comments for future improvements.
Our members are descended from early settlers who lived or held colonial government positions in Jamestowne, Virginia prior to 1700, or who invested in its establishment. The Jamestowne Society was organized for educational, historical, and patriotic purposes. We have a range of activities, from visiting early American sites, providing an annual graduate fellowship for research on Colonial Virginia prior to 1700, funding the restoration of records, and supporting preservation of Colonial sites.
What's New on the Website?
The Spring 2015 Newsletter is available: click here
New Qualifying Ancestors recently added: Rev. Thomas Hampton, Anglican Minister in York and James City counties 1640-1680; Joan ( ) Bennett, wife of Samuel Bennett and Thomas Chapman, listed in the Muster 1624/5; Cornelius Dabney, Indian Interpreter; Thomas Busby, Indian Interpreter; King James I of England, signed charter of the Virginia Company.
Spring 2015 Membership Meeting - The registration forms and additional information can be found on the Events / Meetings webpage.
Jamestowne Society Signet Rings and Pendants - New in the Merchandise section are signet rings and pendants in your choice of metals.
Save the date: April 16, 2015 for the inaugural Heritage Week Jamestowne Society luncheon - read more
Spring Tour - May 15, 2015 - Spirit of Norfolk Chesapeake Bay tour - read more on the Events / Meetings webpage.
Last Update: 1 March 2015