He was the head of Heacon Hall in Heacham, Norfolk, England which is the seat of the ROLFE family.
He died on 29 Nov 1594 and was buried on 01 Dec 1594 at St.Mary the Virgin Churchyard in Heacham, Norfolk, England.
About 1760 one of the ROLFEs of Heacham Hall was Sheriff of Norfolk County, England.
In 1837 S.C.E. Neville ROLFE, Esquire, who took the name and arms, succeeded to the Heacham Hall property.
To mark a picturesque episode in the history of 2 nations, in 1933 Americans presented the English with a memorial to his daughter-in-law Pocahontas which was erected in the north aisle of Heatham Church. Below it there is an older memorial with brass plate to him. 
The ROLFE family home Heacham Hall in Heacham, Norfolk County, England was destroyed by fire in 1945.
↑ Parish Register of Heachum Church in Heacham, Norfolk, England.
↑ World Family Tree v2 ed. 1, Tree #1498, customer pedigrees on Family Archive CD by Brøderbund Software Inc. released: Nov 29, 1995.
The Rolfe Family Records v2 by R. T. and A. Gunther in Heacham, Norfolk, England printed by Hazell, Watson and Viney, LD London and Aylesburg in 1914
Domesday Book (11th Century)
"Our Kin - Genealogies of some of the Early Families who made History in the Founding & Development of VA,Bedford-Co" by Mary Denham ACKERLY & Lula Jeter PARKER. Published in 1981 by J. P. Bell Company of VA,Lynchburg.
WFT v1 ed#1 tree #1854 Family Archive CD by Broderbund.