On May 6, 1682, a warship carrying roughly 330 persons, including James Stuart, the future King of England, struck aground and sank.
After 340 years, the shipwreck's site has finally been revealed off the coast of England.
Some relics from the wreck of 1682 have been recovered and preserved. - East Anglia University
Clothing, shoes, navigational and naval equipment, and numerous wine bottles have previously been gathered and conserved from the site.
A glass seal with the crest of George Washington's ancestors, the Legge family, can be found on one of the wine bottles. The design of that crest before the Stars and Stripes of the United States.
The bottles also bear the family seal of George Washington's forefathers.