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  1. Charles Fleetwood, c. 1618 to 4 October 1692, was an English lawyer from Northamptonshire, who served with the Parliamentarian army during the Wars of the Three Kingdoms. A close associate of Oliver Cromwell, to whom he was related by marriage, Fleetwood held a number of senior political and administrative posts under the Commonwealth ...

  2. Charles Fleetwood (born c. 1618, Aldwinkle, Northamptonshire, Eng.—died Oct. 4, 1692, Stoke Newington, Middlesex) English Parliamentary general, son-in-law and supporter of Oliver Cromwell.

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  3. 17 de jun. de 2023 · While Cromwell remained with the bulk of his army on the eastern side of the Severn, his future son-in-law, Charles Fleetwood, led 12,000 red-coated soldiers in an attack in the west. The Scots fought hard, progress was slow and there was some bitter fighting in and around the village of Powick just south of the Teme.

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  4. Charles Fleetwood, 1618?–1692, English parliamentary general. He fought under Oliver Cromwell in many battles of the English civil war and later (1650) in Scotland. He became (1651) a member of the council of state and married (1652) Bridget, daughter of Cromwell and widow of Henry Ireton.

  5. 21 de fev. de 2011 · MONUMENT TO CHARLES FLEETWOOD, SOUTH ENCLOSURE. Statutory Address 1: MONUMENT TO CHARLES FLEETWOOD, SOUTH ENCLOSURE, BUNHILL FIELDS BURIAL GROUND. This List entry helps identify the building designated at this address for its special architectural or historic interest.

  6. Charles Fleetwood, c. 1618 to 4 October 1692, was an English lawyer from Northamptonshire, who served with the Parliamentarian army during the Wars of the Three Kingdoms. A close associate of Oliver Cromwell, to whom he was related by marriage, Fleetwood held a number of senior political and administrative posts under the Commonwealth ...