Maps and Articles at the Lost Colony Research Group

This project is not part of DNA sales. This project uses   

Web space provided by, sponsored by

Please read notice in the bottom bar.

Advertisements at the top and bottom of the pages are not part of this project, 

visiting the links helps pay for the website space 


..Lost Colony Research Group

Genealogy ~ DNA ~ Archaeology



Research Material


Publicity on the project



Surnames Surname research All Kit numbers
Hatteras project Heinegg extractions Hatteras Surnames
  My Interest Lists  
LC- YDNA Project LC-MTDNA Project LC- Family Finder Project
Hatteras-YDNA Project Hatteras - MTDNA Project Hatteras - Family Finder Project
Site map Order LC - DNA Kits Biographies of volunteer staff
Home   Lost Colony Store


Maps and Articles Index


John White Map 1590 (de Bray) - Link

1608 Tindale Map - Link
Article from "A New Voyage to Carolina" - Link
Sketch Map - Link
An interesting Read -  

believe this is relatively current.  - 

Old maps in the Library of Congress collection 

There is a very useful chart of the development of counties in NC that can be purchased for $1.00 on the North Carolina state Archives bookshop website at

John White’s original sketch of the OBX - link
1610 map of the Chesapeake area - Link
1608 Zuniga map - Link
Smith's MS Map - Link
Map of Ralegh’s Virginia - deBry engraving - Link  - Click play and see the historical development of the counties.  

A collection of maps dating to the 1700's.  - 

Lots of North Carolina Maps Colonial and State Maps

This chart is essential for learning when NC counties came into existence and what the parent county is for each county. That tells you when and where to look once one has gone back to the earliest record in each county.
Roanoke; the Accidental Colony: outlines events leading up to the decision to stay on Roanoke Island instead of continuing on to the Chesapeake location originally intended and the disastrous consequences. 
Breathen Map - 1751 Map of Virginia thanks to Brethren archivist Wayne Webb - Link
Map of England today - and research placement 




Contact Information: 

Electronic mail

General Information/Project Membership: [email protected] 
Webmistess: [email protected]



The Lost Colony Research Group is in NO WAY affiliated with The Lost Colony Center for Science and Research.  The Lost Colony Y-DNA and MT-DNA projects at Family Tree DNA are NOT IN ANY WAY  affiliated with The Lost Colony Center for Science and Research,
regardless of what their links imply.


"Please notify us of any claims to the contrary."


There is no fee to join our group and no donation of monies or objects are needed to participate in "The Lost Colony Research Group".


As with any DNA project, individuals pay for their own DNA testing, but the
group itself  - is strictly volunteer and free to join, upon approval of membership.


Neither, myself, nor the Lost Colony Research Group together or individually are  responsible for the personal content submitted by any individual to this website.


Send mail to [email protected] with questions or comments about this web site.
Copyright © 2008 Last modified: October 10, 2010