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  1. Bridget Bendish (née Ireton) (1650–1726), was a daughter of General Henry Ireton and Bridget, Oliver Cromwell's eldest daughter. She was born in Attenborough, Nottinghamshire, England. She married Thomas Bendish, a distant relative of Sir Thomas Bendish, 2nd Baronet, in 1670.

  2. 1250906 Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 04 — Bendish, Bridget 1885 Sidney Lee BENDISH, BRIDGET (1650–1726), Oliver Cromwell's granddaughter, was daughter of General Henry Ireton, by his wife Bridget, Cromwell's eldest daughter.

  3. 7 de jul. de 2023 · Bridget (1649–1726) and Henry Ireton (1652–1711) and the politics of the Glorious Revolution. Abstract. This study centres around three leading military statesmen who served under Oliver Comwell but were also his kin and shared the experiences of the civil wars,

  4. bendish, bridget, Wife of Thomas Bendish, Esq., was the daughter of General Ireton, and grand-daughter of Oliver Cromwell; whom she resembled in piety, dissimulation, personal arrogance, and love of display.

  5. One of her daughters was Bridget Bendish. She features in an image in the National Portrait Gallery where she is shown in the foreground when her family were imagined to be pleading with Oliver Cromwell to spare the life of Charles I. The original was by William Fisk and James Scott creating the engraving in 1839. References

  6. Bridget Bendish was mostly famed for her physical resemblance to her grandfather Oliver Cromwell. Bridget Cromwell was the eldest daughter of Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland from 1653 to 1658, during the Commonwealth.

  7. Bridget Bendish and the memory of Oliver Cromwell in East Anglia; Henry and Bridget Ireton and the politics of the Glorious Revolution; Conclusion: Cromwell’s kin and the afterlife of the English Revolution. Bibliography