Wedding site of Pocahontas and John Rolfe located

Experts believe they have discovered the site of the church where Pocahontas married tobacco farmer John Rolfe in Jamestown, Virginia in 1614.

The remains of the church have been found in a previously unexplored area of the Jamestown fort. Archaeologists think the church, built in 1608, would have measured around 60 feet long and had a thatched roof. They have found the deep holes which would have contained the wooden columns that supported the building.