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  1. Há 2 dias · Bridget (1624–1662), married (1) Henry Ireton, (2) Charles Fleetwood Richard (1626–1712), his father's successor as Lord Protector, [18] married Dorothy Maijor Henry (1628–1674), later Lord Deputy of Ireland (in office: 1657–1659), married Elizabeth Russell (daughter of Sir Francis Russell )

    • pre-1642 (militia service), 1642–1651 (civil war)
    • Robert Cromwell (father), Elizabeth Steward (mother)
    • Early Life
    • English Civil War
    • Ireland
    • Career Under The Protectorate
    • Collapse of The Protectorate and Restoration of The Monarchy
    • Legacy
    • References

    Charles Fleetwood was the third son of Sir Miles Fleetwood of Aldwinkle, Northamptonshire, and of Anne, daughter of Nicholas Luke of Woodend, Bedfordshire. He may have been educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, before being admitted into Gray's Innon 30 November 1638.

    At the beginning of the First English Civil War in August 1642, like many other young lawyers who afterwards distinguished themselves in the field, he joined Essex’s life-guard, was wounded at the first battle of Newbury (1643), obtained a regiment in 1644 and fought at Naseby. He had already been appointed receiver of the court of wards, and in 16...

    In 1652 he married Cromwell’s daughter, Bridget, widow of Henry Ireton, and became commander-in-chief of the Parliamentarian forces in Ireland, to which title that of Lord Deputy of Ireland was added. The first year of his tenure saw the mopping up of the last Catholic Irish guerrilla resistance to the Cromwellian conquest of Ireland.Fleetwood nego...

    Fleetwood was a strong and unswerving follower of Cromwell's policy. He supported Cromwell's assumption of the position of Lord Protector and his dismissal of the parliaments. In December 1654 he became a member of the council, and after his return to England in 1655 was appointed one of the administrative major-generals. He approved of the Humble ...

    With the suppression of parliament, the Committee of Safety led by Fleetwood and Lambert was nominally left as absolute ruler of the Commonwealth. The regime was practically without public support however. Presbyterians opposed the Committee for its perceived devotion to the Independentscause, republicans had been alienated by the dissolution of pa...

    Fleetwood acquired by his marriage in 1664 to Mary, daughter of Sir John Coke and widow of Sir Edward Hartopp, an estate in Stoke Newington, then a village north of London; Fleetwood House, next to Abney House on Church Street was named after him. It served as a meeting place for Dissenters, and from 1824 housed the Newington Academy for Girls, an ...

    Ashley, Maurice. Cromwell's generals(1954), pp 181–98 ·
    Barnard, T. C. Cromwellian Ireland: English government and reform in Ireland, 1649–1660(1975)
    Barnard, Toby (January 2008) [2004]. "Charles Fleetwood (c.1618–1692)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/9684. (subscription required)
    Daniels, Peter (2002). "Quakers in Stoke Newington. Part 1: to the mid-nineteenth century". Hackney History. 8. Archived from the originalon 1 July 2007.
  2. 24 de nov. de 2023 · John Owen (1616–83) was one of the foremost English Puritans of the seventeenth century. His story has been largely limited to events in Britain. The letters examined in this article, translated from the French, reveal Owen's reputation and activity among Huguenots at the end of Oliver Cromwell's Protectorate.

  3. 30 de nov. de 2023 · Joey Barton condemned for saying brother ‘lost 17 years of his life’ following murder conviction Michael Barton was jailed for life alongside his cousin Paul Taylor in the 2005 killing of 18 ...

  4. 26 de nov. de 2023 · Although he perhaps underestimates the degree of reticence about the conquest in radical and sectarian thought, and rashly proclams that ‘the vast majority of opinion in England enthusiastically supported the enterprise’ (p. 64), he nevertheless emphasises the very different visions displayed by different factions and different individuals, whether in terms of Charles Fleetwood and Henry ...

  5. 20 de nov. de 2023 · Charles Fleetwood: Succeeded by: Edmund Ludlow (as commander-in-chief) Personal details; Born (1628-01-20) 20 January 1628 Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, England: Died: 23 March 1674 (1674-03-23) (aged 46) Wicken, Cambridgeshire, England: Spouse: Elizabeth Russell: Children: 7: Parent(s) Oliver Cromwell Elizabeth Bourchier: Profession ...

  6. 21 de nov. de 2023 · Harrison became a major in Charles Fleetwood's regiment of horse, which was noted as one of the most radical in religion in the Parliamentarian army. Major Harrison was denounced as an Anabaptist by Manchester's Presbyterian officers, but praised as God-fearing and zealous by Oliver Cromwell.