Norah Jones

Jones in 2007, cinemafestival / Shutterstock.com

Birth Name: Geetali Norah Shankar

Place of Birth: Brooklyn, New York City, New York, U.S.

Date of Birth: March 30, 1979

Ethnicity:
*father – Bengali Indian
*mother – English, Scottish, Scots-Irish/Northern Irish

Norah Jones is an American singer, songwriter, pianist, and actress. Her father was Indian musician Ravi Shankar (Robindro Shaunkor Chowdhury), who was born in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India. Her mother, Sue Jones, is American, and has English, Scottish, and Scots-Irish/Northern Irish ancestry.

Norah has two children with her husband.

Norah’s paternal grandparents were named Shyam Shankar and Hemangini Devi.

Norah’s maternal grandfather was named Delwin Edward Jones. Delwin was born in Oklahoma.

Norah’s maternal grandmother was Norma Jean Stevenson (the daughter of Clarence Edward Stevenson and Fannie R. Dockery). Norma was born in Oklahoma. Clarence was the son of Ralph Douglas Stevenson and Alice Louisa Huston. Fannie was the daughter of Harrid Calvert “Calvin” Dockery and Luetta E. “Lula” McCoy.

Source: Genealogy of Norah Jones (focusing on her father’s side) – https://www.geni.com

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Curious about ethnicity

17 Responses

  1. midori29 says:

    @Nieltenant actually many Bengalis get very dark and some look East African mixed. A portion small of their dna is melanesian and thats from anchient Africa. Also there are blacks negritos in Asia (people ignore this fact). Hispanica are just mixtures too of Asia, Europe and Africa.
    Melanesians part of South Asian dna .
    https://www.quiet-corner.com/wp-content/cache/all/interesting-things/melanesians-blonde-afros-solomon-islands/
    Link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melanesians

    *This is documented and you can look it up

    More black Bengalis http://www.ipoaa.com/blacks_of_east_bengal.htm

  2. Adrian1Cram says:

    damn she’s hot!

  3. cwm85 says:

    Nope. Indian and English

  4. Devotion says:

    Thought she was a Maori

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