THE NORMANS—Noir Men—& DUBHGHALLS—Black Strangers—Danish VikingsThe Normans (Noir men) that invaded England in 1066 came from Normandy in Northern France…However, they were originally Vikings from Denmark..
.It was the Noir men who brought surnames / family names to England…
The Norman conquest of England was the 11th-century invasion and occupation of England by an army of Norman, Breton, Flemish, and French soldiers, all led by the Duke of Normandy later styled William the Conqueror…If you research your last name and discover that it arrived in England with the “Normans”—it arrived in England with the Noir men…“Dubhghall (literally the black foreigner) was a name which they (the Irish) frequently gave to their Danish invaders”SOURCE;(The Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy, Volume 22; 1850)“The Danes, then, were like the “Moors” —
black”“The Danes, then were not “of pure colour.” They were dubh, black.”“In other words, the “Gentiles of pure colour” and the “black heathen,” known in history as the Norsemen and the Danes, had in this particular family become amalgamated.” “The Picts Proper and the Black Danes, being both Moors and both being “black strangers” or dubh galls, in the sight of the white races of Britain…”SOURCE;(David MacRitchie, “Ancient & Modern Britons Vol. 1”; 1884)A Dane is a native or inhabitant of Denmark…The Danes or Dubhgalls or Black Strangers were Viking invaders of the British Isles in the 9th–11th centuries…Genetic research tells us that the Anglo-Saxon (Caucasian) inhabitants of England and Scotland have absolutely no relation to the Danish Vikings…Danish Vikings (Dubhgalls / Black Strangers) ruled England for many years, yet, according to genetic studies:“We’re quite confident that the Danish Vikings didn’t leave much DNA in the UK population, Anglo-Saxons left a clear DNA signal, but the Vikings did not,”Says Peter Donnelly, lead-author on the Nature study and director of the People of the British Isles project, which supplied the genetic data for the Nature study….A large DNA study in 2015 concluded there is “no clear genetic evidence” of the Danish Viking occupation of England….“We see no clear genetic evidence of the Danish Viking occupation and control of a large part of England,” SOURCE;https://www.nature.com/articles/nature14230