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Baptism of Virginia Dare

Virginia Dare is known for being the first child of English parents born in the American colonies. She was born in the Roanoke colony in present day North Carolina in 1587. Her grandfather, John White, returned to England with news of her birth and to get fresh supplies for the colonists. Upon his return, the colony, its residents, and his granddaughter were gone.

Born - August 18, 1587

Died - Death date unknown

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From the North Carolina Museum of History

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History of Virginia Dare from the Outer Banks visitor website

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