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Q: Which company paid for the settling of Virginia?
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Why was the Virginia company interested in settling up the colony of Jamestown?

To make money for the company

What company was given permission by James I to settle and trade in Virginia?

The Virginia Company was a split off from the London Company, which was the wealthy group of aristocrats in England that had invested in exploration and colonization in the New World. The Jamestown Colony consisted of the men who were from the Virginia Company, and others who were paid to go.

Who paid for hudsons journey?

His 1610 trip was funded by the Virginia Company, in addition to the British East India Company.

Who paid for settling in America?

Nathan Timmothy Blair

What was the role of the Virginia Company in the settling of Jamestown?

In early 1607, the Virginia Company sent about 100 colonists to Virginia, a region discovered and named by Raleigh two decades earlier. The colonists started a settlement about 60 miles from the mouth of the James River, in the Chesapeake Bay region. The settlers called the new village Jamestown in honor of their King, James I.

After settling with the insurance company for a totaled car do you keep the car or does the insurance compnay?

Legally, if the company pays you for the totaled vehicle, it belongs to them. You can offer (if they don't) to by the scraps back. This would be deducted from your settlement and you would be paid the difference.

What was the company that footed the bill for the voyage to jamestown and could overrule the house of burgesses?

It was the Virginia Company that paid for the voyage to Jamestown, and could overrule the House of Burgesses. The company was chartered by James I.

What part of Virginia did the Virginia company found?

The Virginia Company founded Jamestown, Virginia.

What is the Virginia bay colony?

OK, either you want Massachusetts Bay or Virginia. Virginia was the first lasting colony founded in the New World with the settling of Jamestown in 1607.

What company founded Virginia?

Virginia Company of London, also known as London Company, founded Virginia. This company was chartered by King James I of England.

Who formed the Virginia company and when?

James I charted in on April 10, 1606 as a joint stock company with the Virginia Company of London and the Virginia Company of Plymouth, a.k.a. The London Company and the Plymouth Company.

Which company bought the life insurance company of Virginia?

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