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  1. Há 4 dias · John Pym, Sir Thomas Fairfax and Henry Ireton emerge covered in glory, while Cromwell is repeatedly supported and praised, even – perhaps especially – when in conflict with fellow parliamentarians deemed to be holding back the cause.

  2. Há 3 dias · It is perhaps needless to point out that 1630, the date generally accepted for Cromwell's supposed experiment in house-building, was twelve years before the outbreak of the Civil War, and sixteen years before the marriage of Henry Ireton, afterwards Major-General, to the Protector's eldest daughter Bridget.

  3. Há 2 dias · Henry Ireton (1661) – posthumously beheaded at Tyburn by order of Charles II as a regicide. John Bradshaw (1661) – posthumously beheaded at Tyburn by order of Charles II as a regicide. Sir Henry Vane the Younger (1662) – executed at Tower Hill by order of Charles II for the death of his father Charles I [16]

  4. Há 4 dias · In 1652 he married Cromwell’s daughter, Bridget, widow of Henry Ireton, and became commander-in-chief of the Parliamentarian forces in Ireland, to which title that of Lord Deputy of Ireland was added.

  5. Há 3 dias · After the surrender of Oxford, Ireton in January 1647 married Cromwell's daughter Bridget in the manor-house, which was the headquarters of Fairfax's army. The Whorwoods were strong royalists, (fn. 42) but old Lady Ursula Whorwood was in the house when Ireton and Bridget were married, for Ireton gave her, in return for her hospitality, an embossed silver cup which had been given him by Cromwell.

  6. Há 4 dias · Introduction to Reign. (Ben Wild) Document Contents. 1. The Reign of Henry III, 1216-1272. 2. The Minority of Henry III and its aftermath, 1216-1234. 3. The Personal rule of Henry III, 1234-1258. 4. The Period of reform and rebellion, 1258-1267. 5. The Final years, 1267-1272. 1. The Reign of Henry III, 1216-1272.

  7. Há 1 dia · Brief biographies of notable early residents of Sheldon will be included and the number of each historical person will correspond to the location on a burial plot on our imaginary cemetery map. No. 1 Robert Aborn. Robert was the great-grandson of Israel Sheldon, whose name was given to the town. Aborn graduated from Sheldon High School in 1914.