Cheryl

Cheryl in 2011, DFree / Shutterstock.com

Birth Name: Cheryl Ann Tweedy

Place of Birth: Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, England, U.K.

Date of Birth: 30 June, 1983

Ethnicity: English, some Irish

Cheryl, also known by her birth name, Cheryl Tweedy, or by her married names, Cheryl Cole and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, is a British television personality, musician, singer, and dancer. She is famous for being one of the members of the pop group Girls Aloud, with Nadine Coyle, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts, and Kimberley Walsh.

Cheryl is the daughter of Joan (Callaghan) and Gary Tweedy. Cheryl’s ancestry is English, with some Irish. A picture of Cheryl with her father can be seen here. A picture of Cheryl with her mother can be seen here.

Cheryl has a son with her former partner, singer and songwriter Liam Payne.

Cheryl used the name Cheryl Cole, after marrying British football player Ashley Cole, and was legally known as Cheryl Ann Fernandez-Versini, after marrying French restaurateur Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini.

Cheryl’s paternal grandfather was Brian Tweedy (the son of William Purdy Tweedy and Nora Kelso). Brian was born in Northumberland South, Northumberland. William was the son of James Tweedy and Mary Ellen Tully. Nora was born in North Shields, Tyne and Wear, the daughter of George William Kelso and Mary Jane Laing.

Cheryl’s paternal grandmother is Margaret R. Bullock (the daughter of John Bullock and Margaret Parry). Cheryl’s grandmother Margaret was born in Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland.

Cheryl’s maternal grandfather was Joseph Callaghan (the son of Joseph Callaghan and Emma Wilkinson). Cheryl’s grandfather Joseph was born in Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland. Cheryl’s great-grandfather Joseph had Irish ancestry, and was the son of Joseph Callaghan. Emma was the daughter of William Wilkinson.

Cheryl’s maternal grandmother was Olga Ridley (the daughter of Joseph Wilson Ridley and Edith Annie Burton). Olga was born in County Durham. Joseph was the son of Edward Fletcher Ridley and Emily Matilda Brown.

Sources: Genealogy of Cheryl – https://www.geni.com

Obituary of Cheryl’s paternal great-grandmother, Nora (Kelso) Tweedy – http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk

Marriage record of Cheryl’s maternal great-grandparents, Joseph Callaghan and Emma Wilkinson – https://www.familysearch.org

Cheryl’s appearance on Who Do You Think You Are?, 2016 – https://www.youtube.com

Information about Cheryl’s appearance on Who Do You Think You Are?, 2016 – http://www.dailymail.co.uk

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342 Responses

  1. Samiiraa says:

    Why would they lire about their heritage ?

  2. fatkat says:

    Are you a Yank? Because it’s usually just the Yanks who state that Brits can’t have dark hair, which is obviously bullshit.

  3. Hill says:

    She looks Spanish to me. But I believe that she’s English as there’s evidence.

  4. Kimmel says:

    Yeap, so weird. In the future the baby will tell the truth about Cheryl’s ethnicity.

  5. andrew says:

    Yes, there are dark ethnic Brits since Roman times, they looked like Tom Jones according to Tacitus

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silures

    Taylot Lautner has claimed to have Native American roots since he was only 13 years old. So you’re right, he lied.

    • fuzzybear44 says:

      @Andrew

      Where does Tacitus say that the Silures looked like tom jones? Those people Tacitus spoke of were probably just dark brown skin people, like the hunter gatherers who lived all over Europe at one time

      • andrew says:

        @fuzzybear

        That’s your usual Afrocentric bulls#!t.

        • fuzzybear44 says:

          @Andrew

          What I stated was probably more accurate than that blatant [email protected] you just told. Everyone on here KNOWS you don’t know SH*t about history. You need to stop listening to those National Front and Skinhead buddies of yours. Stick with football, you might actual know something about that

        • andrew says:

          Whatever you think, I don’t care. You’re a charlatan. I alwais supported left parties in my life. And don’t try to debat with me anymore.

        • fuzzybear44 says:

          @Andrew

          Quote(Whatever you think, I don’t care)

          You obviously do since you replied back

          Quote( And don’t try to debat with me anymore.)

          That wasn’t a debate, I asked you a question, which you did not answer. Instead you went right into (NAME CALLING, and using PROFANITY). Now here you are crying like a little baby, because it was done back to you.

          Quote( You’re a charlatan)

          You’re the one up in here lying, and I didn’t say you didn’t support the left wing parties(Tacitus did)

        • andrew says:

          I did not answer because it was useless. There’s a big, huge difference between “swarthy complexion” (as someone like Tom Jones) and “dark brown skin people” wtf. You dumb Afrocentrists are an embarrassment for real Black African people.

        • fuzzybear44 says:

          @Andrew

          Quote(I did not answer because it was useless.)

          You didn’t answer because you were caught LYING

          Quote(There’s a big, huge difference between “swarthy complexion” (as someone like Tom Jones) and “dark brown skin people” wtf.)

          If you knew anything about the word SWARTHY (DUMMY!), you would know it mean BLACK, BROWN, or DARK SKIN, any of those words. Also that it was often used to describe black people in the past.

          Also since the word SWARTHY was not used until the late 1500’s, I highly doubt Tacitus used the word. It sound to me like another European like yourself ,got creative with what the man actually wrote

          See no PROFANITY. This is the difference between an ADULT speaking , and a RIGHT WING SKINHEAD child lashing out. You’re kind that give good decent white people a bad name

        • andrew says:

          You’re really an Afrocentric loser. I guess that we have more or less the same age, and I’m gonna voting a left party at the local elections here.

        • fuzzybear44 says:

          @Andrew

          Only a Eurocentric MORON would think calling me Afrocentric magically does something. You’ve call me that 151 times already, and it hasn’t done anything to help you yet. It just confirms you know nothing about the subject, and ran out of things to say

          Quote(I’m gonna voting a left party at the local elections here.)

          Just quit it, you already outed yourself the second you mention (Arthur kemp) as your source. Which lets everyone know you subscribe to racist literature

        • andrew says:

          Ok, you don’t like to be called as such and I will try to not use that word again to not hurt you. I really have no idea about Kemp, never heard him before you mentioned him. Just this morning I found a right-wing postcard in my mailbox, whose message was “keep our Christian identity safe” or something…I immediately put it in the garbage.

        • fuzzybear44 says:

          @Andrew

          Quote(Ok, you don’t like to be called as such and I will try to not use that word again to not hurt you)

          deflection want work on me , but good try anyhow

          Quote( I really have no idea about Kemp, never heard him before you mentioned him)

          You must have the early stages of Alzheimer , or you just put down so much nonsense, you can’t remember what you write. You used him in the (tom jones) site page

          Quote(Just this morning I found a right-wing postcard in my mailbox, whose message was “keep our Christian identity safe” or something…I immediately put it in the garbage.)

          SURE you did. We all know you took it inside, put it on the wall and started yelling (Amen Brother )
          Amen Brother

        • andrew says:

          I did not remember that I used Kemp stuff because it’s not something important to me, I am enough less conservative than you to be free to share opinions with someone who has different views from mine. Don’t blame if I did that because you are the one who posted links from an anthropology forum which started as a Nordicist board like Stormfront before turning into a global world troll community against Europeans (led by a self-declared cocaine user). It’s not the case to make other publicity to that forum.

        • fuzzybear44 says:

          @Andrew

          Quote( I am enough less conservative than you to be free to share opinions with someone who has different views from mine.)

          Oh please, anyone following this mini debate can clearly see just how intolerant you are of other peoples opinion

          Quote( Don’t blame if I did that because you are the one who posted links from an anthropology forum which started as a Nordicist board like Stormfront before turning into a global world troll community against Europeans (led by a self-declared cocaine user). It’s not the case to make other publicity to that forum.)

          No those sites sound more like your style. I got most my information for school, museums, Documentaries from people with degrees and years of study on the subject. Plus my own research on certain subjects. Unlike you who for the second time, freely admit that you only pick sites that say the opposite of whatever I say. No matter if information is factual or not, just as long as it’s the opposite

        • andrew says:

          Well, even though I usually disagree with your personal views (but we kinda agree about women), this time I liked the attitude of your reply. Btw…can you find me the original Latin text of Tacitus about the Silures? I am able to read and translate Latin language.

        • fuzzybear44 says:

          @Andrew

          What are you talking about, women are the one thing we do agree on. Now although I was a fan of Greek and Roman mythology in school, I never really paid any attention to the real guys, unless they were black. So looking for the Tacitus text, is some leg work you have to put in

        • Alice says:

          Tacitus wasn’t even in Britain and also both Welsh and Scots are basically the same people so I wouldn’t base too much on that.

          http://mark-patton.blogspot.com.au/2013/08/tacitus-on-roman-britain.html

          There was a population turnover in Britain and Ireland with Bell Beakers during the Bronze Age. These Bell Beakers were closest to Dutch Bell Beakers.

          Here is the pdf.

          http://biorxiv.org/content/biorxiv/early/2017/05/09/135962.full.pdf

          • pedro_henrique says:

            Tacitus never went to Britain, but he mentioned those assertions based in slaves from there he saw. All of Europe population is a result of mix of three different groups: European Hunter-Gathereds who had dark skin, probably blue eyes, Neolithic farmers from middle east who had light skin, dark hair and eyes, and Indo European from Eurasia Steppe, who had blonde hair, light skin and dark eyes. The dark british could be descendants of neolithic or hunter gathereds.

    • follers says:

      Taylor Lautner said he had Native American ancestry (“distant”) when he was sixteen, not thirteen.

      Cheryl obviously looks like her father (and mother).

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