None of these theories stand up to all of the available evidence. Surely they died, as they had begun to live, inside what is now North Carolina.
In his 1985 book, How did these people, over a hundred of them. Had they not, as seems most probable, somehow dispersed themselves among the Indian population?
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Willard Mitt Romney (born March 12, 1947) is an American businessman and politician who served as the 70th Governor of Massachusetts from 2003 to 2007 and the Republican Party's nominee for President of the United States in the 2012 election.
Raised in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, by his parents George and Lenore Romney, he spent 2½ years in France as a Mormon missionary, starting in 1966.
Later serving as Bain's chief executive officer (CEO), he helped lead the company out of a financial crisis.
Reverend Roswell Pettibone was an outstanding Presbyterian minister in northern New York over a century ago.
He earned a BA at Brigham Young University in 1971 and a joint JD–MBA at Harvard University in 1975.
Romney entered the management consulting industry, and in 1977 secured a position at Bain & Company.
Many theories and myths have been put forward to explain the Lost Colony.
They were thought lost at sea, washed away by a hurricane, moved southwest to become Lumbee Indians, killed by Powhatan in Chesapeake, or captured by the Mandoag in Chowanoke.