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  1. Elizabeth Cromwell is a character in Aphra Behn's 1681 comedic play, The Roundheads or, The Good Old Cause. William Fisk depicted Elizabeth and her children supposedly begging Oliver Cromwell to spare the king's life, in his sentimental painting Cromwell's Family Interceding for the Life of Charles I (1840).

  2. Elizabeth Cromwell, letter to her father-in-law, Thomas Cromwell, 1537 Possibly Gregory Cromwell , circa 1535–1540, Hans Holbein the Younger On 3 August 1537, Elizabeth married Gregory Cromwell at Mortlake.

  3. Early life and education. Cromwell was born in Huntingdon on 25 April 1599 to Robert Cromwell and his second wife Elizabeth, daughter of William Steward. The family's estate derived from Oliver's great-great-grandfather Morgan ap William, a brewer from Glamorgan who settled at Putney (at that time near London) and married Katherine Cromwell (born 1482), the sister of Thomas Cromwell, who would ...

  4. Thomas Cromwell, I conde de Essex (Putney, Surrey, Inglaterra, circa 1485 - Tower Hill, Londres, Inglaterra, 28 de julio de 1540) fue un estadista y abogado inglés que sirvió al rey Enrique VIII de Inglaterra como secretario de Estado y ministro principal durante el periodo de 1532 a 1540, y que fue ejecutado por decapitación en la Torre de Londres por orden del rey.

  5. Strong, Roy: The Cult of Elizabeth (The Harvill Press, 1999). ISBN 0-7126-6493-9; Wagner, John A. Historical Dictionary of the Elizabethan World: Britain, Ireland, Europe, and America (1999) Wilson, Jean. Entertainments for Elizabeth I (Studies in Elizabethan and Renaissance Culture) (2007) World History Encyclopedia – Food & Drink in the ...

  6. Elizabeth Claypole (née Cromwell; 2 July 1629 – 6 August 1658) 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.

  7. Robert Anthony De Niro (Nueva York, 17 de agosto de 1943), más conocido como Robert De Niro, es un actor, director y productor estadounidense.. Ganador de dos premios Óscar por su actuación en las películas El padrino: Parte II (1974) como un joven Vito Corleone —convirtiéndose en el primer actor en ganar un Óscar por interpretar a un mismo personaje, ya que Marlon Brando también lo ...