Elizabeth Claypole (née Cromwell; 2 July 1629 – 6 August 1658) was the second daughter of Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland, and his wife, Elizabeth Cromwell, and reportedly interceded with her father for royalist prisoners.
Há 2 dias · Elizabeth Claypole, favourite daughter of Oliver Cromwell, is buried in Henry VII's chapel in Westminster Abbey. A small stone marks her burial place to the north of the tomb grille of Henry VII . When her father and his followers were all disinterred in 1661 by order of Charles II she was left alone, possibly because her burial ...
Portrait of Elizabeth Claypole (Cromwell), circle of Sir Peter Lely, c. 1655, Oil on Canvas. This painting shows Cromwell’s second daughter, ‘Bessie’ who married John Claypole of Northborough Manor near Peterborough.
Elizabeth Claypole (née Cromwell) (1629-1658), Daughter of Oliver Cromwell. Sitter associated with 7 portraits. The second daughter of Oliver Cromwell, and his favourite child, Elizabeth Claypole is supposed to have exercised a moderating influence on him. She married John Claypole, a leading Parliamentarian in 1646. Like.
Tag this. Second daughter of Oliver Cromwell. She married John Claypole of Northborough in 1646 near Peterborough. Claypole was the son of an old family friend. This is a copy of a painting by John Michael Wright which is now in the National Portrait Gallery.
24 de nov. de 2023 · Oliver Cromwell and Family Oliver Cromwell and Family Soldier and Politician Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland, was born in Huntingdon on 25th April 1599. He was the second son of Robert Cromwell (d.1617) and his wife Elizabeth, daughter of William Steward of Ely.