Pocahontas in English clothing
Colour me ignorant.I will be back tomorrow to be educated.
NO I will have to wait until tomorrow.
Haven't a clue!
Hi Denise,this is a wonderful old picture and portrait. I have no idea, who the man could be...Best regards, Synnöve
That looks like Rebecca Rolfe a distant cousin of mine.
Nope not a clue !
I know there are a few painters that paint from photos to make them look like the person was in an 18th century portrait or in what ever scenery . But again I don't know who it is here ! Looking forward to finding out .
I have no idea! Be back for the answer!
It is Pocahantes. This is the only known portrait of her. It was of her when she was in England. I believe she died soon after. She was very young at her death---only about 22 or so...
No idea, but don't think I'll claim her as a relative.
Vaguely familiar.... will be back to see the answer.
I don't know but I think it's a guy! I may be extremely embarrassed for this prediction.
That is a great photo. I think it is Pocahontas.
Is that not Pocahontas? Some dim memory seems to tell me so.
I think it must be you! Groetjes, Hetty
no idea...a distant relative, perhaps?
Look forward with interest to tomorrow's post ...All the best Jan
We will have to find out tomorrow. Looks 16th century.
No, I haven't any idea who is this man. Some very old one, maybe ..
I believe it is Pocahontas.
i haven't a clue....but i am curious!!!!!
Pocohantas? Don't laugh if I'm way way off.
I am thinking this must be a Native American woman and I think I should know the name but I could be totally wrong.
I don’t have a clue, but she certainly is interesting. You got us this time :-)
John Rolfe's wife? :)
Well, I posted the answer to your mystery portrait the same day you posted this, (correctly), but I see you did not include my comment here. I guess only those who did NOT know the answer were allowed to have their comment published.
Thank you everyone, I appreciate very much you all joining in. I was impressed at how many of you knew the answer when I read your comments. I am not sure I would have known if I had not visited Jamestown and saw her portrait. However, this is what I love about blogging, it makes me so curious and I love learning every day.