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England was their homeland.
King James the first
If you count Roanoke as the first colony, then, it would be Jamestown. If you count Jamestown as the first, then it would be Plymouth.
Plymouth, Massachusetts Bay, Penn. State, Jamestown, Roanoke Island, Georgia
i believe it was king James i am not very sure
Jamestown was made in honor of Queen Elizabeth I. The Virginia Company which settles in England made a settlement to sail to a new, mysterious island which is now called the Jamestown.
No, Jamestown is in Virginia.
They were both settled by the English and both struggled through hunger, disease, and conflicts with the Natives, though the colonists at Plymouth had generally good relations with them at first. The main religions of both colonies were versions of Christianity, but Plymouth was settled by Puritans, and Jamestown was operated under the Anglican church of England.
The Jamestown settlers where from England
Sir Walter Raleigh colonized the settlement of Jamestown for England and Queen Elizabeth.
Plymouth, England or Plymouth, Massachusetts?
Plymouth is in Devon, England.
Elizabeth had many effects on England. Elizabeth was the queen of England.
The Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts, was the FIRST in the New England region, but the second successful English colony in North America following Jamestown, Virginia. The Jamestown colony was Britain's first permanent settlement in the Americas.
Plymouth is a city in England.
Jamestown was England's first settlement in what would become Virginia.
Jamestown was named for James I , King of England.
Jamestown was settled by people from England.
Truro, Cornwall to Plymouth, Devon is 56 miles.
The Virginia Company was a joint stock company chartered by King James I of England. The Virginia Company of London successfully established the territory of Jamestown, while the Virginia Company of Plymouth was to establish a colony further north. The Plymouth Company failed when their colony of Popham, in modern-day Maine, failed in 1608. Plymouth, Massachusetts was established by the religious separatists known as the Pilgrims after securing a land grant from Sir Edwin Sandys, a major stockholder in the failing Plymouth Company. So technically, the Virginia Company sponsored both the Jamestown and Plymouth colonies, but the latter was a bit more unofficial.
Actually, Plymouth, England is called Plymouth because the city is at the mouth of the river Plym, get it? And Plymouth, Massachusetts, is called Plymouth because the original Mayflower settlers traced their origins to Plymouth, England.