Rhestr Americanwyr Cymreig

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  1. [1] "We're about to prove that Tom Cruise is a Welshman. A mission impossible, you might think, but you'd be wrong. Cruise, best known for talking into the mobile phones of strangers at film premieres, has deep roots in Wales. His great great grandfather Dylan Henry Mapother emigrated from Flint in North Wales to Louisville in Kentucky in 1850, at the age of 16. Tom's real name is Thomas Cruise Mapother IV, and many generations of Mapothers have lived in Wales. Nicole Kidman's ex was surprised to learn of his Welsh ancestry, which he discovered in a January 2004 episode of the US TV show Inside The Actor's Studio, which reveals family trees of the rich and famous."
  2. [2] "Bette Davis, just one of the many famous Welsh actors... Bette Davis has Welsh connections from here father Harlow Davies whose family hail from Wales. She even visited Wales when in Britain acting to trace her family roots."
  3. Donny Osmond Coming Home, BBC
  4. "copi archif". Archifwyd o'r gwreiddiol ar 2003-09-04. Cyrchwyd 2003-09-04.
  5. "Bush praises role of Welsh in US history on St David's Day" - icWales
  6. [3] Archifwyd 2006-07-20 yn y Peiriant Wayback. "Welsh Americans have helped settle the American frontier, build our cities, and defend our liberty... to the sharp wit of Bob Hope"
  7. [4] Archifwyd 2006-09-04 yn y Peiriant Wayback. "Later, at a brief press conference, Hopkins, who was born in Wales, was asked why he recently became an American citizen. "I've lived here some years. I feel at home in America. I suppose it was a pretty bold decision, but America has been very generous to me. There was a bit of an outburst in the British press. I was branded as some sort of turncoat, but so be it.""
  8. "copi archif". Archifwyd o'r gwreiddiol ar 2012-07-24. Cyrchwyd 2009-04-26.
  9. [5] Archifwyd 2007-09-27 yn y Peiriant Wayback. "100 Great Welsh Women"; [6]
  10. "copi archif". Archifwyd o'r gwreiddiol ar 2007-12-25. Cyrchwyd 2009-04-26.
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  16. "copi archif". Archifwyd o'r gwreiddiol ar 2006-08-21. Cyrchwyd 2009-04-26.
  17. [10][dolen marw] "Of the four New York signatories, three were Welsh; Lewis Morris, Francis Lewis and William Floyd."
  18. "copi archif". Archifwyd o'r gwreiddiol ar 2007-03-11. Cyrchwyd 2009-04-26.
  19. [11] "The only child of a pious American Baptist mother and an immigrant Welsh minister."
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  21. "copi archif". Archifwyd o'r gwreiddiol ar 1998-12-02. Cyrchwyd 2009-04-26.
  22. "Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru 06/07/99". Archifwyd o'r gwreiddiol ar 2005-03-09. Cyrchwyd 2009-04-26.
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  24. [14]; [15] Archifwyd 2006-06-15 yn y Peiriant Wayback. "Daniel Boone’s mother, Sarah Morgan, was a member of a Welsh family that came to Pennsylvania in 1683 and later settled in Gwynedd."
  25. GENUKI
  26. [16] Archifwyd 2009-06-06 yn y Peiriant Wayback. "A Welsh-American invented the first automobile."
  27. [17] "No Gangster More Bold: Murray Humphreys, the Welsh Political Genius Who Corrupted America"
  28. [18] "His great grandfather, Robert Lewis, a Welsh officer in the British Army... The Meriwether family was also Welsh, well connected, and land-rich with sizable holdings near Charlottesville. Lucy's father was a respected friend of Thomas Jefferson."
  29. "copi archif". Archifwyd o'r gwreiddiol ar 2001-04-12. Cyrchwyd 2001-04-12.
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