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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.

  2. Henry Cromwell (1628–1674) m. Elizabeth Russell (died 1687) Henry Cromwell (died 1711) m. Hannah Hewling; five sons and two daughters; Elizabeth Cromwell (1629–1658) m. John Claypole (1625–1688) James Cromwell (born and died in 1632) Mary Cromwell (1637–1713) m. Thomas Belasyse, 1st Earl Fauconberg (ca. 1627 – 1700) Frances ...

  3. 5 de dez. de 2014 · There's a special mystery around the life of Elizabeth Cromwell. She was a genuine commoner and very few documents survive other than records of her marriage and death.

  4. In August 1620, just a few months after his twenty-first birthday, Oliver Cromwell married Elizabeth Bourchier at St Giles’s church in Cripplegate, London. Elizabeth had been born in 1598, the eldest of twelve children (nine sons and three daughters) of Sir James Bourchier and his wife Frances, who was a daughter of Thomas Crane of Newton ...

  5. Seu reinado, a partir de 1660, durou 25 anos. Foi sucedido em 1685 por seu irmão Jaime 2º, que procurou restabelecer o absolutismo e o catolicismo na Inglaterra. O fato de ser católico o afastava de ambas as facções do Parlamento e o conflito entre este e o rei se manifestou durante seus três anos de reinado.

  6. Elizabeth lived under four Tudor monarchs and was married three times. By July 1530 [15] she had married Sir Anthony Ughtred, Governor of Jersey, who died in 1534. She then married Gregory Cromwell, 1st Baron Cromwell, the son of Thomas Cromwell, chief minister to Henry VIII in 1537, who died in 1551.

  7. As tendências extravagantes de Henry deixaram os seus herdeiros, incluindo o seu filho Robert Cromwell, Escudeiro (1560-1617) com uma herança que incluía terra mas nenhum dinheiro. Oliver nasceu do casamento de Robert Cromwell com Elizabeth Steward ou Stewart (1564 - 1654) a 25 de abril de 1599.