They sort of do - its called the FBI - Federal Bureau of Investigation
Actually, he was a very unsuccesful general, and people didn't feel very good about him, but he proved himself useful, when he attacked the British on Christmas. The British wasn't ready for this, and were powned by him.
When they got there, the settlers were faced with a salty estuary filled with disease carrying mosquitoes. Many came for gold, but of course there wasn't any, and since most of the men were used to a more leisurely life, they weren't exactly great workers. Another reason was because the company that funded the colony had no interest in their welfare, just a profit. During the first winter, most of them died. Things only changed when John Rolph found a way to successfully cultivate tobacco. At best, the only accomplishment was that some survived.
According to Sanford Hoadley Cobb's book The rise of religious liberty in America: a history, the answer is no, they did not. See the link. Church of England.