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    Cromwellian conquest of Ireland. Drogheda; Waterford; Limerick. Henry Ireton (baptised 3 November 1611; [1] died 26 November 1651) was an English general in the Parliamentarian army during the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, and the son-in-law of Oliver Cromwell. He died of disease outside Limerick in November 1651.

  2. Role In: English Civil Wars. First English Civil War. Henry Ireton (born 1611, Attenborough, Nottinghamshire, Eng.—died Nov. 28, 1651, Limerick, County Limerick, Ire.) was an English soldier and statesman, a leader of the Parliamentary cause during the Civil Wars between the Royalists and Parliamentarians.

    • The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
  3. Há 2 dias · Henry Ireton was a lawyer, diplomat and soldier who fought for the Parliamentarians in the English Civil War. He married Oliver Cromwell's daughter, signed the death warrant of Charles I and led campaigns in Ireland.

  4. Há 2 dias · Soldier. Henry Ireton, Parliamentary official and son in law of Oliver Cromwell, was buried in Henry VII's chapel in Westminster Abbey in 1652.

  5. 2 de dez. de 2023 · A devout puritan, Henry Ireton was an immediate parliamentarian activist rising to the rank of Commissary-General of the New Model Army. Ireton shared Oliver Cromwell's religious enthusiasm and acted as one of his political mentors. Ireton, more than any other individual, even Cromwell, brought about the execution of Charles I.

    • David Farr
    • 2006
  6. 17 de jan. de 2022 · A biography of Henry Ireton, a Puritan leader and Cromwell's right-hand man in the English Civil War. Learn about his military career, his role in the Putney Debates, and his involvement in the King's trial and execution.

  7. Overview. Henry Ireton. (1611—1651) parliamentarian army officer and regicide. Quick Reference. (1611–51). Ireton was plunged into the Civil War, since he was appointed by Parliament to command the horse at Nottingham two months before Charles I raised his standard in the same town.