Person:Thomas Dale (10)

Sir Thomas Dale, Knight
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Name[3] Sir Thomas Dale, Knight
Gender Male
Marriage to Elizabeth Throckmorton
Alt Death[1] 9 Aug 1619 Machilipatnam, Krishna, Andhra Pradesh, India
Death[2] 19 August 1619 Machilipatnam, Krishna, Andhra Pradesh, India
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Sir Thomas Dale (died 19 August 1619) was an English naval commander and deputy-governor of the Virginia Colony in 1611 and from 1614 to 1616. Governor Dale is best remembered for the energy and the extreme rigour of his administration in Virginia, which established order and in various ways seems to have benefited the colony. He is also credited with the establishment of Bermuda Hundred, Bermuda Cittie (sic), and the ill-fated development at Henricus.

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  1. Sir Thomas Dale (d. 1619), in Encyclopedia Virginia.
  2. Thomas Dale, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  3. Smyth, John, and John Maclean. The Berkeley manuscripts: the lives of the Berkeleys, lords of the honour, castle and manor of Berkeley, in the county of Gloucester, from 1066 to 1618, with a description of the hundred of Berkeley and of its inhabitants. (Gloucester: J. Bellows, 1885), 2:181.