Ensenore. A chief of Wingandacoa (Secotan), N. C., previous to as the earliest chief of the E. coast between Hudson r. and St Helena sd. of whom there is any notice. He was the father of Wingina and Granganemeo (q. v. ), and a firm friend of the English colony on Roanoke id. in 1585-86. While he lived he restrained Wingina from wreaking vengeance on Lane`s company for killing some of the natives. His death occurred in 1585 or 1586. (C. T.)
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Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico, Frederick Webb Hodge, 1906