excavations at the original Jamestown settlement seem to confirm many
settlers' recorded deaths, including the boy's: archeologists
discovered a grave with a young male's skeleton and an arrowhead near his
leg, which was probably still in the boy's flesh when he died. Here,
researchers have used facial reconstruction software on a skull to show what
another colonist might have looked like. The skull is thought to have belonged
to Captain Bartholomew Gosnold, a founding father who was a primary force
behind the expedition to Jamestown.