Re: Woodworth Tree - England 1610 to CA 2000
The only (as far as I know) "Indian Princess" who ever went to England was, of course, Princess Pocahontas, who became the wife of John Rolfe in America ca. 1615, was taken as a 'curiosity' to be shown to the King and court of England, and died in London early in 1618 - from the cold and the fog, against which she was totally defenseless (no one has any defense against it, except the English !).
She did have a male heir, and he - as the Bible says - 'went forth and multiplied". Today, people are falling over one another trying to prove their descent from Pocahontas. What a difference from when I was a youngster in Canada in the 1950's, and the VERY white and pro-British population were vehemently denying they had any connection with "half-breeds" as ancestors ! One of my family lines still cannot accept the fact that they have 'mixed blood' from the early 1800's and are in fact what we call "Métis" (French MAY-tee = mixed blood; Spanish call them 'mestisos' = mess-TEE-zoss).
I find it so ironic that white people are falling over themselves trying to prove they belong to the 'Mayflower' or some similar club that is a mere 12-15 generations old in the New World, while those who can definitely prove a linkage to Pocahontas can say [ lawyers call it 'ipso facto' - by the very fact itself; based on the evidence ] they have a lineage that could be as old as 200,000-300,000 years old. Compared to the pitiful 40-50 generations going back to Charlemagne, Julius Caesar, or - yes - Jesus Christ, the Pocahontas people can show they are at least 8,00 to 12,000 GENERATIONS OLD !! There are no genealogical records to prove this - but does ayone really care ??