Bridget Cromwell (1624 – June 1662) was Oliver Cromwell's eldest daughter. She married General Henry Ireton and after he died, General Charles Fleetwood. Life. She was born to Elizabeth (born Bouchier) and Oliver Cromwell in 1624. Cromwell comes to notice in 1646 when she marries Henry Ireton who was a close colleague of her father.
- 5 August 1624 (baptised)
- June 1662 (aged 37)
Bridget Cromwell (born 1624) was the Cromwells’ eldest daughter and the eldest of their children to survive into full adulthood. Almost nothing is known of her life until 1646, when she married Henry Ireton, senior parliamentarian officer and close confidant of Oliver.
Henry Ireton married Bridget Cromwell (pictured), daughter of Oliver Cromwell, during the Siege of Oxford Ireton was at the siege of Bristol in September 1645, and took part in the subsequent campaign that succeeded in overthrowing the royal cause.
Cromwell, Bridget (1624–c. 1660) Daughter of English soldier and Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell. Name variations: Bridget Fleetwood. Baptized on August 5, 1624, in Huntingdon, England; died soon after the Restoration (1660), date of death unknown; daughter of Oliver Cromwell and Eliza-beth (Bourchier) Cromwell ; sister of Mary, Countess of ...
Bridget Cromwell (born 1624) was Sir Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector's eldest daughter and the eldest of his children to survive into full adulthood. Almost nothing is known of her life until 1646, when she married Henry Ireton, senior parliamentarian officer and close confidant of Oliver.
Bridget Cromwell (baptised 4 August 1624 – 1681), married firstly Henry Ireton (on 15 June 1646), and secondly Charles Fleetwood (in 1652). She had one son and three daughters by her first husband. Richard Cromwell (4 October 1626 – 12 July 1712).