Moorish Kings of England: King James VI and I of Scotland and England 1566 – 1625 and his daughter

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King James IV and I of Scotland and England

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King James vi bbc_getty_226

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James I 1616

James I (1566–1625) was the King of Great Britain from 1603 until his death in 1625. The first English ruler from the House of Stuart, he succeeded Queen Elizabeth I after her death, and was the first British monarch to rule both England and Scotland. In 1606, James authorized the Virginia Company of London to found the Jamestown colony. The English successfully settled in Virginia, planting the foundation of Great Britain’s American colonies and the future United States of America. This colonization enterprise was a moneymaking venture intended to boost the coffers of the Crown.

Daughter of King James I

Check out her face! Official depiction stamped on her minted coins.

Elizabeth of Bohemia, Countess Palatine, daughter of James I, Married to Frederick, Count Palatine.

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17 thoughts on “Moorish Kings of England: King James VI and I of Scotland and England 1566 – 1625 and his daughter”

    1. His mother was Mary, Queen of scots..she was a white woman, his father is supposedly Lord Darnley who also was white..but there was speculation that he was not Lord Darnley child..and very well may have been mulattoe at best!

    1. no they arent morons just because they have red hair doesnt mean that they arent mulattoes. ive went to a performing arts school with a girl by the name of Denise and she had naturally orange wavy hair and she was a mulatto. what you have to except is that these features in the paintings were put there for the purpose to show what the genetic makeup of the person was at the time. the lady in this picture is indeed a mulatto. you cant deny that. whether she be quadroon octaroon she is still a mulatto which is still under universal law considered a negro

    2. I have met black people who have red tinged/highlights in their hair (father black, mother a red head). As far as paintings back then; many famous rulers from that time period were not actually in front of the artist. So, the painting are an artistic rendition, very unlike a photograph.
      As a descendant of African King(s) of Scotland, this trace does show up on my DNA analysis (heritage goes back to area of Morocco/Tanzania)

  1. Red hair is quiet common amongst blacks, occurs frequently in mulattos but plenty of blacks have red hair. And common sense, why doesn’t she have straight blonde stringy hair like the other 99% of white women in England? Do you not realize that her hair is not even straight and of clear black afro texture?

  2. where are the sources for thins information. I am pretty confident the information brought forth is true however to be truly creditable. Thanks for the work that is put in on Rastawire.

  3. My family have straight dark hair but my father and his were born with red hair which went black. Hook noses in my family with dark skin and eyes, I think moorish blood or gypsy.

  4. His mother was white!..Mary queen of Scots…and his father was supposedly Lord Darnley who was also white, but there was speculation that he was the child of her secretary David Rizzio an Italian man..butbyou never know he could have had a black father?..they say Mary got around lol

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