|Infant Joanna with her captor|
|A Different Flesh |
POD: C. 2.5-1.3 million years ago;
Relevant POD: c. 1492
"Around the Salt Lick"
|Type of Appearance:||Direct (VB);|
Posthumous(?) reference (AtSL)
|Nationality:||English colonist of North America|
|Date of Birth:||1610|
|Date of Death:||Unrevealed|
|Parents:||Edward and Anne Wingfield|
|Relatives:||Thomas Kenton (great-grandson)|
Joanna Wingfield (b. April or May 1610) was the daughter of Edward and Anne Wingfield of the English Jamestown colony. At the age of two and a half months, Joanna was abducted by a group of sims. Despite the fears of her parents, the sims merely wanted to study Joanna by comparing and contrasting her with one of their own infants. Her father led a successful expedition to rescue her.
Joanna's great-grandson Thomas Kenton became a famous explorer.