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  1. Sir Henry Cromwell, the Golden Knight was born circa 1537 to Richard Williams Cromwell (c1495-c1550) and Frances Murfyn (1509-c1533) and died 1603 of unspecified causes. He married Joan Warren (c1540-1584) . He married Susan Weeks (c1550-1592) . Robin Patterson

  2. When Henry Cromwell was born about 1820, in Westchester, New York, United States, his father, Daniel Cromwell, was 34 and his mother, Elizabeth Townsend, was 26. He married Sarah Matilda Bowne on 27 August 1845, in Westchester, New York, United States. They were the parents of at least 4 sons and 1 daughter.

  3. British Statesman. Fourth son of Oliver Cromwell. He spent most of his active political life in Ireland where he worked hard to relieve the poverty of the country. He became Lord Deputy in 1657. Carlyle referred to him as the best of Cromwell's sons and this is inscribed on a brass plate in the church where he is...

  4. Henry Cromwell was the fourth son of Oliver Cromwell and his wife, Elizabeth Bourchier, born in Huntingdon on 20 January 1628. He was baptised at Huntingdon on 29th. [1] Educated at Felsted School and Emmanuel College, Cambridge he served under his father during the latter part of the Civil War.

  5. Henry Cromwell-Williams (22 June 1625 – 3 August 1673) of Bodsey House, Huntingdonshire was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons variously between 1654 and 1673. Cromwell-Williams was born as Cromwell, the son of Henry Cromwell (1586–1657) of Ramsey, Huntingdonshire .

  6. 14/05/2020 · By A. C. Grimes / May 14, 2020 5:59 pm EDT. In 1540, Henry VIII gave his primary advisor, Thomas Cromwell, the axe. Well, technically the executioner gave him the axe, but the point still holds. Citing a dubious "contemporary" source, Victorian author Arthur Galton describes an "ungodly" affair in which the executioner hacked away at Cromwell's ...

  7. 17/03/2015 · Henry gave Cromwell a number of posts between 1532 and 1533 and by the end of the year it was assumed that Cromwell was the king’s chief minister. Therefore, at the start of Cromwell’s tenure as chief minister, the relationship between him and Henry must be seen as being positive and constructive.