Did you know that King James was Black !!
Is there proof !!
Don't you just love it when you can research and find out the truth about our ancestors?
King James born Charles Stuart was born on June 19th 1566 In Edinburgh, Castle Scotland and he passed on March 1625 at the age of 56 years old.
King James ruled over Scotland for 36 years and he was the first to rule over both Scotland and England in 1603.
From the end of the 15th century, we begin to see more evidence of the presence of Black Moors in the accounts of the reign of King James IV of Scotland.
There is extensive information about King James IV (1473-1513) and the Black Moors of his Court in the National Archives (Black presence).
King James IV of Scotland came to the throne in 1488. He was an able visionary monarchy. He was able to administrate, unite, and maintain order in the Scottish highlands and lowlands.
King James, it has been documented that he was a generous King. He showered his staff and guest with very expensive gifts. He was also a fun-loving King. Many Black Moors were present at his court.
King James encouraged manufacturing and shipbuilding and created a navy. King James also renewed Scotland's alliance with France. In 1503 he took an English wife, Margaret Tudor, daughter of Henry VII of England.
"England" is derived from the Old English name Englaland, which means"land of the Angles". The Angles were one of the Germanic tribes that settled in Great Britain during the Early Middle Ages.
Angelo Saxon means Angelic Son’s Of Issac. Exodus 3:6King James Version (KJV).
King James was a Black Man who came from the line of King David. In Exodus, it states that the Black and Hispanics in America were found with the same haplotype gene as King James (Pgs.21 and 33).
By researching this subject I have found that there are dates that are slightly out. However, I will continue to research and update this article. It really is an interesting piece of history and an awesome find for black people. Black history has been erased and blotted out like 'blotting paper'...