[/LIST] Hi, this is Shawn again. Thanks for your reply.
I have attached my DNA tribes results that would explain what I mean. My DNA is apparently from South Sotho, Tswana, Zulu, Western Camaroon, Gabon, Lisongo, Xhosa,
Venda, Bioko Island, Cape Town, Tsonga, Mozambique, Ewondo(Fabe Village, Cameroon), Equatorial Guinea,and Ovambo Bantu(Nambia).
From what I've been able to learn, after the last ice age, the first people to settle in Ireland were sailors from Africa. They settled in the west and just stayed there. The invading Celts pushed them there.
There have been stories of Black Irish, but until DNA came along, they were just stories. The first history of Ireland was written around 1600 by an Irish monk, and it talks about the origanal Irish as being from Africa. So before my Irish history, I had an African one, a long time ago. thanks for listening.