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  1. Elizabeth Cromwell (née Bourchier; 1598 –1665) was the wife of Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland, and the mother of Richard Cromwell, the second Lord Protector.

    • Sir James Bourchier, Frances Crane
  2. Elizabeth Bourchier (before 1473 – 8 August 1557) was an English noblewoman. She was, by her third husband, Sir Edward Stanhope, the mother of Anne Stanhope, wife of the Protector Somerset. Her fourth husband was the courtier Sir Richard Page. She died in 1557, and was buried at Clerkenwell .

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  3. Discover life events, stories and photos about Lady Elizabeth Bourchier (1475–1557) of Combe in Teignhead, Devon, England, United Kingdom.

  4. The couple had ten children, three boys and seven girls. Only one of the boys survived infancy – Oliver Cromwell, who was born in Huntingdon on 25 th April 1599. We know relatively little about Oliver’s early life. We know that he attended the Huntingdon Grammar School (then located in the building which is now the Cromwell Museum) between ...

  5. 5 de dez. de 2014 · Oliver Cromwell remains an intensely controversial figure - the subject of ongoing debate. But little is known about Elizabeth Bourchier.

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  6. Name variations: Elizabeth Bourchier; though her name was Elizabeth she was called Joan by the cavaliers. Born Elizabeth Bourchier in 1598; died at Northborough Manor, in Northamptonshire, England, the home of her son-in-law John Claypole, in 1665; buried in the local church; eldest of six children of Sir James Bourchier (a merchant of the ...

  7. Elizabeth Bourchier was born in 1598, the daughter of wealthy London fur and leather merchant Sir James Bourchier and his wife Frances. Elizabeth and Oliver probably became acquainted through a family connection; Elizabeth’s father and Oliver’s aunt, Joan Barrington, were near neighbours and both families were of an equal social standing.