DNA of the pharaoh Ramses III

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The researchers say that there was probably a pulse of sub-Saharan African DNA into Egypt roughly 700 years ago. The mixing of ancient Egyptians and Africans from further south means that modern Egyptians can trace 8% more of their ancestry to sub-Saharan Africans than can the mummies from Abusir el-Meleq.

https://www.nature.com/news/mummy-dna-unravels-ancient-egyptians-ancestry-1.22069

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The below is a collage of East Africans descendants of the Pharoahs by blood look at the similarity and possible reconstructions. The Afro Asiatic nation. In West Africa they are the Housa, Fula, Fulani to name a few.

 

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The Afroasiatic family (Afro-Asiatic), also known as Afrasian and traditionally as Hamito-Semitic (Chamito-Semitic),[3] is a large language family of about 300 languages and dialects.[4] It includes languages spoken predominantly in West AsiaNorth Africa, the Horn of Africa and parts of the Sahel.

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Haplogroup E-V38 is a human Y-chromosome DNA haplogroup. It is primarily distributed in Africa. E-V38 has two basal branches, E-M329 (formerly E1b1c) and E-M2 (formerly E1b1a). The E-M329 subclade is today almost exclusively found in Ethiopia. E-M2 is the predominant subclade in Western AfricaCentral AfricaSouthern Africa and the African Great Lakes, and occurs at moderate frequencies in North Africa and Middle East. E-M2 has several subclades, but many of these subhaplogroups are included in either E-L485 or E-U175.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplogroup_E-V38

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Consider Ramses bloodline a mix of Hamitic and Semetic Africans. African and Middle Eastern blood.

The Semitic languages[2][3] are a branch of the Afroasiatic language family originating in the Middle East.

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  1. a member of any of the peoples who speak or spoke a Semitic language, including in particular the Jews and Arabs.
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A Description of the Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) Language FamilyCory D. Crawford
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In contrast to the Indo-European Language Family, about which much research has been done over the past two centuries, relatively little is known about the former Hamito-Semitic Language Family, now known as the Afro-Asiatic Family. (hile much research has been accomplished with the Semitic Languages because of Arabic and Hebraic religious ties, little has been done with the Afro-Asiatic family as a whole.) This paper will describe this language family as is current with modern scholarly thought, and will also acknowledge current research having to do with the Afro-Asiatic Family.

This family spreads itself over the northern third of Africa and into western Asia (also known as the Near East), and 175 million people speak languages that belong to this family (Ruhlen 1987:86). It is thought to be the parent of at least 250 languages (Bomhard and Kearns 1994:24). The name Hamito-Semitic was applied to describe the two main phyla (Hamitic and Semitic) that philologists of African languages connected in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The Hamitic branch included Ancient Egyptian (an extinct language known as Coptic in its final stages), Berber, and Cushitic, while the Semitic branch included the well-documented Arabic, Hebrew, and Akkadian. (More will be said about these phyla shortly.) In 1949 American linguist Joseph H. Greenberg drew different lines in Afro-Asiatic classification. He showed that the Hamitic languages did not bear enough resemblance to be classified as one subgroup, but that each of the three (Egyptian, Berber, and Cushitic) constituted its own subgroup. Thus the name ‘Hamitic’ was no longer valid and possibly racist (Ruhlen 1987:82). He therefore coined “Afro-Asiatic” as the name for this family. It included the six groups Ancient Egyptian, Omotic, Cushitic, Semitic, Berber, and Chadic, found on the following map:

Fig. 1 Afro-Asiatic Language Family. Adapted from Ruhlen 1987.

Bomhard postulates that from Proto-Afroasiatic (henceforth PAA), Chadic was the first to break off. Omotic and Cushitic followed the example and split together, as did Egyptian, Berber, and Semitic in another group. Next, Egyptian followed by Berber split from the Semitic languages (Bomhard and Kearns 1994:24). Before we seek to describe each subgroup, we will describe their mother, PAA.

 

http://linguistics.byu.edu/classes/Ling450ch/reports/afro-asiatic.html

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See the below images of Arab descendants.

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The above mixed with the below

Creating the different sects of the Afro Asiatic family

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Somalian results below

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https://youtu.be/3qXZ-OXGAxE

Bantu peoples is used as a general label for the 300–600 ethnic groups in Africa who speak Bantu languages.[1] They inhabit a geographical area stretching east and southward from Central Africa across the African Great Lakes region down to Southern Africa.[1] Bantu is a major branch of the Niger–Congo language family spoken by most populations in Africa. There are about 650 Bantu languages by the criterion of mutual intelligibility,[2] though the distinction between language and dialect is often unclear, and Ethnologue counts 535 languages.[3] Bantu peoples is used as a general label for the 300–600 ethnic groups in Africa who speakBantu languages.[1] They inhabit a geographical area stretching east and southward from Central Africa across the African Great Lakes region down to Southern Africa.[1] Bantu is a major branch of the Niger–Congo language family spoken by most populations in Africa. There are about 650 Bantu languages by the criterion of mutual intelligibility,[2] though the distinction between language and dialect is often unclear, and Ethnologue counts 535 languages.[3]

Around 3,000 years ago, speakers of the Proto-Bantu language group began a millennia-long series of migrations eastward from their homeland between West Africa and Central Africa, at the border of eastern Nigeria and Cameroon.[4] This Bantu expansion first introduced Bantu peoples to central, southern and southeastern Africa, regions they had previously been absent from. The proto-Bantu migrants in the process assimilated and/or displaced a number of earlier inhabitants that they came across, such as Pygmy and Khoisan populations in the centre and south, respectively. They also encountered some Afro-Asiatic outlier groups in the southeast who had been there for centuries, having migrated from Northeast Africa.[5][6]Around 3,000 years ago, speakers of the Proto-Bantu language group began a millennia-long series of migrations eastward from their homeland between West Africa and Central Africa, at the border of eastern Nigeria and Cameroon.[4] This Bantu expansion first introduced Bantu peoples to central, southern and southeastern Africa, regions they had previously been absent from. The proto-Bantu migrants in the process assimilated and/or displaced a number of earlier inhabitants that they came across, such as Pygmy and Khoisan populations in the centre and south, respectively. They also encountered some Afro-Asiatic outlier groups in the southeast who had been there for centuries, having migrated fromNortheast Africa.[5][6]

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In the above picture lines 1 & 2  are clearly East Africans Semetic. Pictures 7 8 9 are West African and would have been classed as non Semetic as their religions were possibly ancestor worship or other polytheistic religions. 3 & 7  are possible Semetic West Africans from Ghanian and Congo region. 9 possibly a Bantu descendant. My opinion based on various categorisations of 17th-19th Century literature. The above picture states that the non Semetic African Negroes are improperly called Bantu.  Bantu migrated from West Africa and this could be the reason why they had been in incorrectly all named Bantu from the West African region.  There are some descendants of Bantu in West Africa. The Bantu are clear about their migrations through West African and modern Sudan to South Africa.

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Above  East Africans & West Africans.
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The Dravidians

Above Afro Asiatic African Kushite descendants

The Dravidians Sudanese /Ethiopian Indians

Africa extended into what is now called India. The Dravidians or original peoples sometimes referred to as Dalits are Ethiopians/Africans. The term Dalits means Bound and the name may have been given to them by those who enslaved them and put them in a racist caste system at the lowest levels. the Dalits or Dravidians were the indigenous peoples of India or the Eastern Ethiopians or Eastern Africans. 

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Below pictures East Africa Sudanese people

Below historical black India

“The distinction between the black-skinned Sudroid races of southern India and the fair-skinned Aryan races of northern India is not an invention of English colonialist historians; it is a feature mentioned by the earliest Greek travelers who visited south Asia centuries before the advent of Robert Clive.

The ancient Greeks considered the Africans and Sudras (modern Dalits and Dravidians) as belonging to the same `Ethiopian’ stock. `Ethiopian’ was the Greek word for `Negro’, and Greek authors referred to the African Negroes as `Western Ethiopians’ and to the Sudroids as `Eastern Ethiopians’ (ie. Eastern Negroes) [ cf. Herodotus.VI.70 ]

Witness the following citation from Herodotus –

” The Eastern Ethiopians, [ ie. Sudras ] differed in nothing from the other Ethiopians, save in their language, and the character of their hair. For the Eastern Ethiopians have straight hair, while they of Libya are more woolly-haired than any other people in the world. “

” [I]n other respects India is not unlike Ethiopia, and the Indian rivers have crocodiles like the Ethiopian and Egyptian Nile; and some of the Indian rivers have fish and other large water animals like those of the Nile, save the river-horse: though Onesicritus states that they do have the river-horse also. The appearance of the inhabitants, too, is not so far different in India and Ethiopia; the southern Indians resemble the Ethiopians a good deal, and, are black of countenance, and their hair black also, only they are not as snub-nosed or so woolly-haired as the Ethiopians; but the northern Indians are most like the Egyptians in appearance. ” Arrian, `Anabasis Alexandri, Book VIII (Indica),’ Chapter 6, tr. E. Iliff Robson (1933)

Also

The First to populate India

When we see pictures of Indians and India most of us have no knowledge of the Dravidians or Dalits, we see black people but somehow we do not relate to them as part f our family. 

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The Caste system was instituted by the ruling Aryan class that invaded India. Here a some comments on that history:

“The Dravidians entered India before the Aryans, before 2000 B.C., after passing through Mesopotamia, Iran, and Baluchistan where the Brahuis, a Dravidian race, still live. On grounds of cultural affinities such as inheritance through women, snake cults, organization of society, and structure of temples, some historians connect the Dravidians with the Elamites and Mesopotamians. The evidence of Indian skulls from the Indus Valley indicates that the Mediter-ranean stock became established in north India before the Harappab Civilization came into existence around 2000 B.C.”

“Of particular significance is archeologist B. B. Lal’s contention that the Dravidians probably came from Nubia, Upper Egypt. This theory would give them among other things their Mediterranean features and dark complexion. Lal writes: “At Timos the Indian team dug up several megalithic sites of ancient Nubians which bear an uncanny resemblance to the cemeteries of early Dravidians which are found all over Western India from Kathiawar to Cape Comorin. The intriguing similarity extends from the subterranean structure found near them. Even the earthenware ring-stands used by theDravidians and Nubians to hold pots were identical.” According to Lal, the Nubian megaliths date from around 1000 B.C.”

Here is an excerpt of an essay by Mukesh Paswan:

“Distorted Race Theory”

The term “distorted race theory” in application to the Dravidian movement, which is compared to Nazism and Hindutva. The latest genetic research, which conclusively proves that the Dravidians and Dalits belong to the same Negroid stock.

The poisonous casteism, which the Indian iconoclasts suffering from, is entirely Aryan and Brahmanic origin. Historians have conclusively established that caste did not exist in the pre-Aryan age. It was introduced by racist color-conscious Aryan invaders who wished to “maintain their racial purity” from “contamination” with native Dravidians.

During the Harappan Golden Age, that the Dravidians and Dalits existed as one people, known as `Sudras’. The division between Dravidians and Adi-Dravidians is purely artificial and the result of Aryan invasions, with the former choosing to adopting Aryan culture and submit as slaves to the Aryans and the latter battling the savage Aryans, retaining their freedom in the jungles. Adi-Dravida means – it means `Original Dravidian’.

`Dravida’ is Sanskrit :

Dravida is of Sanskrit origin and the term `Sudra’ and `Adi-Sudra’ are now more in vogue for this very reason. The word `Sudra’ is attested from the Vedic Dark Ages, and this word is of African origin, whilst the terms `Dravida’ and `Dalit’ are much later innovations. The following diagram shows how the Dravidian word `Sudra’ is in fact derived from `Sudan’ :

Sudan           ----> Sudra
(Central Africa)    (Black Indian Caste)

Sanskrit

The word ‘Hindu’ has its origin in Sanskrit literature. In the Rig Veda, India was referred to as the country of’Sapta Sindhu’, i.e. the country of seven great rivers. The word ‘Sindhu’ refers to rivers and sea and not merely to the specific river called the Sindhu (Indus), now in Pakistan. In Vedic Sanskrit, according to ancient dictionaries, ‘sa’ was pronounced as ‘ha’. Thus ‘Sapta Sindhu’ was pronounced as ‘Hapta Hindu‘; similarly ‘Saraswati’ was pronounced as ‘Haravyati’ or ‘Harahwati’. This is how the word ‘Hindu’ came into being. The ancient Persians also referred to India as ‘Hapta Hind’, as recorded in their ancient classic ‘Bern Riyadh’. That is why some scholars came to believe that the word ‘Hindu’ had its origin in Persia. The Greeks who invaded India under Alexander the Great, dropped the ‘H’ completely and used the name Indoos or Indus which later led to the formation of the word ‘India’.

http://www.essaysbyekowa.com/dravidians_sudanese.htm

Ancient Man and His First Civilizations

Indus Valley civilization click for link to article

Dravidian peoples refers to the peoples that natively speak languages belonging to the Dravidian language family. The language group appears unrelated to Indo-European language families, most significantly the Indo-Aryan language. Populations of Dravidian speakers live mainly in southern India, most notably Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam,Telugu, and Tulu. Dravidian has been identified as one of the major language groups in the world, with Dravidian peoples dwelling in parts of central India, Sri Lanka,BangladeshPakistan, Southwestern Iran, Southern Afghanistan, and Nepal.

The origins of the Dravidian people and language has been difficult to ascertain. Anthropologists are largely at odds. A number of earlier anthropologists held the view that the Dravidian peoples constituted a distinct race. Some argue the origin of Dravidian before the Indo-Aryan invasion, making the Indus Valley civilization Dravidian. Still others argue that Dravidian held sway in a much larger region, replacing Indo-Aryan languages. Genetic studies have concluded that the Dravidian people are not a distinct race but, rather, a common genetic pool between the Dravidian and non-Dravidian people in South India. Some suggest that the British Raj attempted to create a distinction between the races as a way of dividing and controlling the people of India.

http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Dravidian_peoples

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Asian variants

Caucasian describes a race derived from The Caucus mountains and Asia. The caucasus mountains are near to Russia Georgia, Armenia Turkey Iraq and Iran.

Johann Friedrich Blumenbach, who in 1795 divided the human species into five races: Caucasian, the “white” race; Mongolian, the “yellow” race; Malayan, the “brown” race; Ethiopian, the “black” race; and American, the “red” race. He considered the Caucasians to be the first race on Earth, consistent with the common conception of the Caucasus as a place of human origin. The Bible describes Noah landing his ark at a place called Mount Ararat, which was thought by Europeans of Blumenbach’s time to be on the modern Turkish-Armenian border. (Ararat is still the name of the largest mountain in Turkey.) In Greek mythology, Zeus chained Prometheus to a rock in the Caucasus.

Blumenbach considered the skulls of the Georgians to be the epitome of the white race, and he named the first class of humans after the country’s home in the Caucasus Mountains. Blumenbach’s class of Caucasians included most Europeans, Northern Africans, and Asians as far east as the Ganges Delta in modern India. As more scientists pursued racial classification in the 1800s, they relied on Blumenbach’s nomenclature, cementing the region’s legacy in anthropology.

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/explainer/2008/08/do_white_people_really_come_from_the_caucasus.html

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How Europeans developed white skin

When it comes to skin color, the team found a patchwork of evolution in different places, and three separate genes that produce light skin, telling a complex story for how European’s skin evolved to be much lighter during the past 8000 years. The modern humans who came out of Africa to originally settle Europe about 40,000 years are presumed to have had dark skin, which is advantageous in sunny latitudes. And the new data confirm that about 8500 years ago, early hunter-gatherers in Spain, Luxembourg, and Hungary also had darker skin: They lacked versions of two genes—SLC24A5 and SLC45A2—that lead to depigmentation and, therefore, pale skin in Europeans today.

But in the far north—where low light levels would favor pale skin—the team found a different picture in hunter-gatherers: Seven people from the 7700-year-old Motala archaeological site in southern Sweden had both light skin gene variants, SLC24A5and SLC45A2. They also had a third gene, HERC2/OCA2, which causes blue eyes and may also contribute to light skin and blond hair. Thus ancient hunter-gatherers of the far north were already pale and blue-eyed, but those of central and southern Europe had darker skin.

Then, the first farmers from the Near East arrived in Europe; they carried both genes for light skin. As they interbred with the indigenous hunter-gatherers, one of their light-skin genes swept through Europe, so that central and southern Europeans also began to have lighter skin. The other gene variant, SLC45A2, was at low levels until about 5800 years ago when it swept up to high frequency.

http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2015/04/how-europeans-evolved-white-skin

Below from https://www.thoughtco.com/genetic-mutation-led-to-white-race-3974978

Imagine a world where everyone had brown skin. Tens of thousands of years ago, that was the case, say scientists at Penn State University. So, how did white people get here?

Evidently, when humans began leaving Africa 20,000 to 50,000 years ago, a skin-whitening mutation appeared randomly in a sole individual. That mutation proved advantageous as humans moved into Europe. Why? Because it upped the amount of vitamin D the migrants had.

“Sun intensity is great enough in equatorial regions that the vitamin can still be made in dark-skinned people despite the ultraviolet shielding effects of melanin,” explained Rick Weiss of theWashington Post. “In the north, where sunlight is less intense and cold weather demands that more clothing be worn, melanin’s ultraviolet shielding became a liability, the thinking goes.”

The Penn State researchers also found that Asians developed light skin because of different genetic mutations. So, what does this mean? Have scientists identified a race gene? Hardly. As the Post notes, the scientific community maintains that “race is a vaguely defined biological, social and political concept, … and skin color is only part of what race is–and is not.”

Scientists still say that race is more of a social construct than a scientific one because people of the so-called same race have more distinctions in their DNA than people of different races do.

In fact, scientists posit that all people are roughly 99.5 percent genetically identical.

The Penn State researchers’ findings on the skin-whitening gene show that skin color amounts for a miniscule biological difference between humans.

“The newly found mutation involves a change of just one letter of DNA code out of the 3.1 billion letters in the human genome—the complete instructions for making a human being,” the Post reports.

Still, scientists and sociologists fear that the identification of this skin-whitening mutation may lead people to argue that whites, blacks and others are somehow inherently different.  Keith Cheng, the scientist who led the team of Penn State researchers, wants the public to know that’s not so. He told the Post, “I think human beings are extremely insecure and look to visual cues of sameness to feel better, and people will do bad things to people who look different.”

His statement captures what racism is in a nutshell. Truth be told, people may look different, but there’s virtually no difference in our genetic makeup. Skin color really is just skin deep.

 

 

 

“First you was the Nigers then the Eboes  then the Heeboes then the Negroes then you started turning into colours and became black people your nationality has been changing every 20 years” Quote from song. The song comes after the reenactment. See clip below. You have always been Tribe of Judah.

 

A Return of Slaves in the Parish of Saint Elizabeth in the possession of John James Snr 1817

JAMES – ST. ELIZABETH

John James, Snr – St. Elizabeth

 

 

From Jamaica Almanac – St. Elizabeth

 

From Jamaica Almanacs, based on givings-in to the Parochial Vestries as of March in the prior year.

 

YEAR     OWNER                        PROPERTY                                          SLAVES           STOCK          ACRES

 

1810       James John, senior      Lignumvitae Pond etc.                         105                  916

1811       James, John, senior     Lignumvitae Pond etc.                         155                  852

1814       James, John, senior     Lignum-Vitae Pond, Watchwell,

                                                   Forfar, Spotts and Newell                    204                  1229

1816       James, John, senior     Lignum-Vitae, Pond, Watchwell,

                                                   Forfar, Spotts, Newel                           215                  page torn       

1817       James, John, sen.        Lignumvitae, Pond, Watchwell,

                                                   Forfar, Spotts, Newell                          168                  1181

1819       James, John heirs of                                                                150[illegible]    411                

1820       James, John, heirs of                                                               169                  647

 

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Return of Slaves in St. Elizabeth, 1817

                                                                                                           

                  A Return of Slaves in the Parish of Saint Elizabeth in the possession of John James Snr as Owner on the 28th day of June in the Year of our Lord 1817.

                                                                                                

Names                                     Colour   Age              African or Creole      Remarks

Males                                                                                                

Quaco                               Negro    75              African                   

Tom                                  Negro    72              African                   

Abraham                            Negro    62              African                   

Allick                                 Negro    70              African                   

Wiltshire                            Negro    75              African                   

Bob                                   Negro    60              African                   

Lenn                                 Negro    55              African                   

London                              Negro    70              African                   

Hector                               Negro    45              African                   

George                              Negro    40              African                   

Solomon                             Negro    40              African                   

Charles                              Negro    45              African                   

Marlborough                        Negro    55              African                   

Cyrus                                Negro    35              African                   

Fuller                                 Negro    30              African                   

Jack                                  Negro    38              African                   

Paddy                                Negro    26              African                   

Edward                              Negro    35              African                   

Thomas                             Negro    30              African                   

Peter                                 Negro    23              African                   

Venture                             Negro    40              African                   

Harry                                 Negro    40              African                   

Tom                                  Negro    45              African                   

Jamaica                             Negro    35              African                   

Pancho                              Negro    30              African                   

Hampton                            Negro    30              African                   

Lancashire                          Negro    32              African                   

Price                                 Negro    40              African                   

Phillander                           Negro    36              African                   

Whan                                Negro    35              African                   

Swift                                 Negro    40              African                   

Shepherd                           Negro    50              African                   

Quamina                            Negro    40              African                   

Old William                          Negro    26              African                   

Marcus                              Negro    32              African                   

Kent                                  Negro    30              African                   

Darby                                Negro    50              Creole                    

Creole Quaco                      Negro    50              Creole                    

Cuffee                               Negro    60              Creole                    

Old Adam                           Negro    65              Creole                    

Old Guy                             Negro    50              Creole                    

Natty                                Negro    55              Creole                    

Quawo                               Negro    50              Creole                    

Jack                                  Negro    31              Creole                    

April                                  Negro    44              Creole                    

Nicholas James                    Sambo   40              Creole                    

Enneas                              Negro    27              Creole                     Sarah’s

Little Adam                         Negro    25              Creole                     Jenny’s

Pompey                             Negro    35              Creole                    

Tackey                              Negro    30              Creole                    

Tommy                              Negro    35              Creole                    

Charles                              Negro    23              Creole                     Jenny’s

Old Phillip                           Negro    45              Creole                     Old Marina’s

Little Phillip                         Negro    35              Creole                    

Joe Chalmers                      Negro    24              Creole                    

Frank                                Negro    20              Creole                     Sibell

James Jackson                    Sambo   27              Creole                    

Prince                                Negro    40              Creole                    

Toby                                 Negro    37              Creole                    

John Bryce                         Negro    35              Creole                    

Creole Peter                       Negro    23              Creole                    

Hackney                            Negro    27              Creole                    

Sam                                  Negro    17              Creole                     Sebell

Hyam                                Negro    17              Creole                    

Prymus                              Negro    15              Creole                     Sebell

Blackwall                            Negro    37              Creole                    

Ben                                   Sambo     2 mos       Creole                     Mary Bennett

Quamine                            Negro    14              Creole                     Phillis’s

Old Quashea                       Negro    40              Creole                    

Old Isaac                           Negro    56              Creole                     Old Marina’s

Little Isaac                         Negro    14              Creole                    

Little Quashea                     Negro    19              Creole                    

Little William                       Negro    13              Creole                     Queen (alias) Jane James

Malborough                         Negro    9               Creole                     Cynthia’s

Dick                                  Negro    13              Creole                     Cynthia’s

Glasgow                             Negro    50              Creole                    

Tom                                  Negro    55              Creole                    

Carey                                Negro    10              Creole                    

Little Whan                         Negro    10              Creole                     Cuba’s

Julius                                 Negro    10              Creole                     Polly’s

Arthur                               Negro    10              Creole                     Jenny’s

John                                  Negro    10              Creole                     Cormantee Polly’s

Little Guy                           Negro    6               Creole                     Polly’s

James                                Negro    6               Creole                    

Little Cudjoe                       Negro    8               Creole                     Bella’s

Hardtimes                           Negro    4               Creole                    

Little Natty                         Negro    5               Creole                     Mary James’s

Little Bob                           Negro    6               Creole                     Cretia’s

William James Bennett          Sambo   12              Creole                     Jane Bennett’s

Tommy                              Sambo   10              Creole                     Jane Bennett’s

Little Abraham                     Negro    6               Creole                     Benny’s

Oliphant                             Negro    3               Creole                     Cynthia’s

Barnett                              Negro    2               Creole                     Molly’s

Little Quaco                        Sambo   3               Creole                     Mary Bennett

Providence                         Negro    1               Creole                     Polly’s

Runaway Quaco                  Negro    37              Creole                     Runaway

Edward                              Sambo   1               Creole                     Amelia Ann James’s

Ben                                   Sambo   2 mos         Creole                     Mary Bennett

Edward                              Sambo   1               Creole                     Amelia Ann James’s

Females                                                                                           

Old Marina                          Negro    80              Creole                    

Sarah                                Negro    62              Creole                     Old Marina’s

Diana                                Negro    70              African                   

Charlotte                           Negro    60              African                   

Hannah James                     Negro    60              Creole                    

Peggy                                Sambo   55              Creole                    

Phebea                              Negro    50              African                   

Sebell                                Negro    47              African                   

Lucy                                 Negro    50              African                   

Jenny                                Negro    47              African                   

Rose                                 Negro    40              Creole                     Old Marina’s

Queen (alias) Jane James      Negro    38              African                   

Beck                                 Negro    37              African                   

Polly                                  Negro    35              African                   

Old Phillis                           Negro    38              African                   

Cynthia                              Negro    33              African                   

Minerva                             Negro    40              African                   

Little Phillis                         Negro    40              African                   

Cretia                                Negro    32              African                   

Cormantee Sally                  Negro    32              African                   

Fanny                                Negro    50              African                   

Rachell                              Negro    45              Creole                     Hannah James’s

Velvet (alias) Eliza Ebanks     Negro    35              Creole                     Sarah’s

Jane Bennett                      Negro    33              Creole                     Sarah’s

Abigail                               Negro    38              Creole                    

Ann                                   Negro    38              Creole                     Peggey’s

Molly                                 Negro    30              Creole                    

Cuba                                 Negro    29              Creole                     Phebea’s

Benny                                Negro    26              Creole                     Phebea’s

Gracey                              Negro    30              Creole                     Sarah’s

Bella                                  Negro    30              African                   

Pomellia                             Negro    27              Creole                     Fanny’s

Congo Sally                        Negro    47              African                   

Rosey                                Negro    37              African                   

Famea                               Negro    17              Creole                     Cretia’s

Little Abigail                        Negro    20              Creole                     Jenny’s

Little Marina                       Negro    16              Creole                     Cormantee Sally’s

Bessey                              Negro    20              Creole                     Rachell’s

Little Cuba                         Negro    16              Creole                    

Franky                               Negro    16              Creole                     Cretia’s

Peggey                              Negro    15              Creole                     Bella’s

Memba                              Negro    15              Creole                     Phillis’s

Monimia                             Negro    15              Creole                     Minerva’s

Mary Bennett                      Negro    30              Creole                    

Little Rose                          Negro    17              Creole                    

Queens Marina                    Negro    17              Creole                     Queen (alias) Jane James

Kitty                                 Negro    28              Creole                    

Dauphney                           Negro    13              Creole                    

Little Kitty                          Negro    5               Creole                     Bella’s

Sally (alias) Sarah Forbes      Negro    12              Creole                     Velvet (alias) Eliza Ebanks

Little Rosey                        Negro    11              Creole                     Abigall’s

Prudence                           Negro    10              Creole                     Cretia’s

Little Sarah                        Negro    8               Creole                     Cretia’s

Eleaner                              Negro    1               Creole                     Cynthia’s

Henrietta                           Negro    10              Creole                     Cormantee Sally’s

Martitta                             Negro    2               Creole                     Cormantee Sally’s

Harriott                              Negro    1               Creole                     Cormantee Sally’s

Nancy                               Negro    1               Creole                     Bella’s

Kate                                  Negro    1               Creole                     Cretia’s

Little Jenny                        Negro    10              Creole                     Gracey’s

Bella’s Rose                        Negro    10              Creole                     Bella Rose’s

Nancey                              Negro    1               Creole                     Queen (alias) Jane James

Juddy                                Negro    14              Creole                     Abigall’s

Amelia Ann James                Negro    28              Creole                     Sally’s

Margaret Jane Chalmers        Negro    15              Creole                     Rosey’s

Milly                                  Negro    7               Creole                     Pommillia’s

Catalina                             Negro    14              Creole                    

Susan                                Negro    9               Creole                     Jane Bennett’s

Violet (alias) Eliza F. James    Negro    20              Creole                    

Olive                                 Negro    5               Creole                     Cynthia’s

Catherine Eliza Bennett         Negro    3               Creole                     Violet’s (alias) Eliza F. James

Monimia                             Negro    9               Creole                    

                                                                                                

                                                                    Males                     Ninety seven

                                                                    Females                  Seventy two

                                                                    Total                      One hundred and Sixty Nine

                                                                                                 

 

 

John  X  James Snr.

Mark

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“My maternal grandmother told me…that way back in time, we had family members who went to the stream to fetch water and never returned. This stuck in my psyche for all those years.” – Ade

As a young boy of 6 or 7, Ade and his older brother normally visited with their grandmother Alice after school until their parents returned from work. On one particular day, they decided to play instead of going straight to their grandmother’s home. Their grandmother searched their community in Ijeshaland, Nigeria, but could not find them. When Ade and his brother finally ended their play and went to their grandmother’s home, she “sternly scolded” them, Ade said. His grandmother firmly warned them about their missing ancestors.

“I am 54 years old now, but I remember it like yesterday. I remember wondering that okay, if…

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