Tom Cruise's great-great grandfather, Dylan Henry Mapother, emigrated to Louisville, Kentucky in 1850 from Flint, Wales. Halle Berry's grandmother, Nellie Dicken, was nine months old when she sailed from Liverpool, England in 1912 onboard the Merion to settle in Philadelphia. Mary MacLeod, mother of real estate mogul Donald Trump, travelled from the Isle of Lewis, Scotland to America on board The Transylvania in 1935. These are a few of the stories revealed in a list of passengers on voyages from the British Isles to the United States between 1820 and 1960 released Thursday by a British genealogy website. launched over a 100 million U.S. immigration records from England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, tracing the ancestors of some of America's most famous names. The website is part of a global network of genealogy sites providing over five billion records to the public. The lists reveal the journeys of Scottish men who became symbols of success in American business, including the founders of Buick, Campbell's soup and Forbes magazine. "Without question, the millions of names in the Ancestry passenger lists represent brave and colorful individuals who played a significant role in shaping what has become modern America," the website's managing director Simon Harper said. The records show date, departure port, destination, age, nationality, occupation, accompanying family members and purpose of travel among other criteria. Liverpool became the most popular departure point for Irish and British immigrants in 1818, according to records from Ellis Island, the historic immigrant portal in New York harbor.