Sorry for the exaggeration. I couldn't find anything else.
John White and the colonist arrived at Roanoke Island in July 22, 1587. When arriving there they discovered one remaining of a body. And there was the demolished fort from the previous colonists before.
Life at the Roanoke colony was decent as the colonists rebuilt all demolished forts and buildings made by the previous colonists. And luckily, the fly-boat arrived from Portugal. While that happened they made contact with two Indians that returned with the English.
I think after John White left the colonists died trying to gather food during a drought in the region at that time. My reasoning for believing this is because in Scenario 3, it states that the colonists gave up waiting for John. It also states that there was a drought in that region that forced them to scavenge for food. Also in the text it says, "Croatoan who were shot and killed by the colonists may have been scavenging the abandoned village for food as a result of the drought." This evidence shows that the colonist could've done the same in searching for food during the drought and starved or died by other tribes.