Elizabeth Claypole 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. After Cromwell created a peerage for her husband, John Claypole, she was known as Lady Claypole. She was buried in Westminster Abbey.
05/11/2022 · 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 vault was some way away from the others and it was not found at the time.
Elizabeth Claypole (født 2. juli 1629, død 6. august 1658) var den andre datteren til Oliver Cromwell og hans hustru Elizabeth Cromwell (født Bourchier). Hun ble gift med John Claypole i 1646 og det er sagt at hun gjorde seg til en talsmenn for de rojalistiske fanger var fengslet under hennes far styre.
She died at Hampton Court on the sixth day of August in the 28th year of her age and in the year of our Lord 1658. She was born at Huntingdon and baptised on 2nd July 1629, one of the nine children of Oliver Cromwell and his wife Elizabeth (Bourchier). On 13th January 1646 at Ely she married army officer John Claypole (1625-1688).
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. Cromwell Museum Huntingdon Title Elizabeth Claypole (1629–1658) Date 1897 Medium oil on canvas Measurements H 52 x W 44 cm (E) Accession number HUTCM:L61 Acquisition method
Elizabeth Claypole From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository An engraving by George Vertue by of a medal of Elizabeth Claypole by Thomas Simon Elizabeth Claypole (née Cromwell), by John Michael Wright (died 1694). Portrait of Elizabeth Claypole, c.1680 Jacob Huysmans Chequers, England Category: Elizabeth Claypole
Elizabeth Claypole was born on month day 1862, at birth place, to James Jarvis and Matilda Jarvis. James was born on March 14 1833, in Cottingham, Northamptonshire, England. Matilda was born on November 15 1834. Elizabeth was baptized on month day 1862, at baptism place. She had 8 siblings: John Jarvis, Clara Jarvis and 6 other siblings.