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Edward Digges (29 March 1620 - 15 March 1674/5) was a British
barrister and colonist who served as Colonial Governor of Virginia
from March 1655 to December 1656. He invested heavily in planting
mulberry trees and promoting the silk industry in the colony, in
recognition of which he was appointed Auditor-General of Virginia.
Born at Chilham Castle, Kent, England, and christened in Chilham
parish on 29 March 1620, Edward Digges was the fourth son of Sir
Dudley Digges (1583-1638) and his wife Mary Kempe (1583-?).
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