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They arrived in England largely as a by-product of the slave trade; some were of mixed-race African and Spanish, and became interpreters or sailors.
However, the slave trade did not become entrenched until the 17th century and Hawkins only embarked on 3 expeditions.
Botolph's in Aldgate are identified as "blackamoors." In the period of the war with Spain, between 15, there was an increase in the number of people reaching England from Spanish colonial expeditions in parts of Africa.
When trade lines began to open between London and West Africa, persons from this area began coming to Britain on board merchant and slaving ships.
For example, merchant John Lok brought several captives to London in 1555 from Guinea.
She is thought to have been an unpaid bonded servant or slave, Early in the 16th century, Catherine of Aragon likely brought servants from Africa among her retinue when she travelled to England to marry Henry VIII.
A black musician is among the six trumpeters depicted in the royal retinue of Henry VIII in the Westminster Tournament Roll, an illuminated manuscript dating from 1511.
The term has been used from the 1950s, mainly to refer to Black people from former British colonies in the West Indies (i.e., the New Commonwealth) and Africa, who are residents of the United Kingdom and who consider themselves British.
The term "black" has historically had a number of applications as a racial and political label, and may be used in a wider sociopolitical context to encompass a broader range of non-European ethnic minority populations in Britain. "Black British" is one of various self-designation entries used in official UK ethnicity classifications.In 2007, scientists found the rare paternal haplogroup A1 in a few living British men with Yorkshire surnames.This clade is today almost exclusively found among males in West Africa, where it is also rare.He wears the royal livery and is mounted on horseback.The man is generally identified as the "John Blanke, the blacke trumpeter," who is listed in the payment accounts of both Henry VIII and his father, Henry VII.Black residents constituted around 3 per cent of the United Kingdom's population in 2011.The figures have increased from just under 1.15 million residents in 2001, or 2 per cent of the population, to just over 1.9 million in 2011.The voyage account in Hakluyt reports that they: "were tall and strong men, and could wel agree with our meates and drinkes.The colde and moyst aire doth somewhat offend them." During the later 16th century as well as into the first two decades of the 17th century, 25 people named in the records of the small parish of St.The 1991 UK census was the first to include a question on ethnicity.As of the 2011 UK Census, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) and the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) allow people in England and Wales and Northern Ireland who self-identify as "Black" to select "Black African", "Black Caribbean" or "Any other Black/African/Caribbean background" tick boxes.