Yes King James was King in England when Jamestown was colonized.
King James I was the king who granted a charter to Jamestown.
Jamestown was named after King James I.
The British founded Jamestown and named it after their King. (King James I)
The people living in the colony named it after their king, King James.
Jamestown, Virginia, was named for King James I of England.
Jamestown was named for James I , King of England.
It was called Jamestown, in honor of King James VI of Scotland and I of England and Ireland.
King James had the members of the council govern the settlement up the James River. This are was known as Jamestown.
James The ! granted this charter for Jamestown
King James I, also known as King James II of scotland. Thats why it was named Jamestown.
King James I of England.
King James I
What three commands did the king give to the first settlers of Jamestown colony
King James is smart
One thing is that Jamestown was named after King James of Europe.
Jamestown is named after King James, who gave the land to the English to colonize it.
It's always been known as Jamestown - in honor of King James I of England. http://www.historyisfun.org/History-Jamestown.htm
Jamestown was created first, in the Chesapeake Bay area. Maryland was named after Saint Mary, while Jamestown after King James I.
The colony of Jamestown was not named after St. James. Instead, it was named after James VI (King of Scotland) and James 1 (King of England).
He didn't help Jamestown. It is just named after him. The Jamestown men were sponsored and sent by the East India company. They were to look for gold. Jamestown was never meant to be a permanent colony.