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Annes, FNU - Drake's 1586 West Indian Voyage, stopped at Roanoke

June 9, 1586
Sir Francis Drake was off the coast of Roanoke Island with a mighty fleet of 23 ships. Richly laden with booty from his attack on the Spanish West Indies and Florida, Drake's fleet anchored next day partly in the port near Roanoke Island (probably Port Ferdinando) and partly in a "wilde roade" at 

sea 2 miles from the shore. Second in command to Drake on this expedition 

was Capt. Christopher Carleill, Secretary Walsingham's stepson and son-in-law, who had been interested in American exploration since 1574. 

First name unknown Annes was part of the men on Drake's ships. 
Write up extracted from: 

Annes Research File

Annes, FNU - Drake's 1586 West Indian Voyage, stopped at Roanoke



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