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  1. Frances Cromwell, Lady Russell (c. 6 December 1638 – 27 January 1720) was the ninth child and youngest daughter of Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland, and his wife, Elizabeth Cromwell.

    • English
    • 5, including John
  2. 2 de abr. de 2020 · My novel The Puritan Princess seeks to recreate this vibrant Cromwellian court through the eyes of Oliver Cromwell’s youngest daughter, Frances, whose extraordinary life, together with those of her sisters, has been entirely overlooked.

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    Frances Cromwell was daughter of Oliver Cromwell and his wife, Elizabeth Bourchier. She was baptised at St Mary, Ely in Cambridgeshire on 6 December 1638. At the time of her birth her father was merely a redundant member of Parliament but in 1642 he took up arms against the King. A long civil war led to the execution of the King and the establishme...

    Boston News-Letter (January 23-30, 1721, Boston, MA) Issue: 881 Page: 2. available at"Mortuary Notice: Lady Frances Russel, Daughter of Oliver Cromwell, aged 88 years"
    Waylen, James, 1810-1894. The House of Cromwell And the Story of Dunkirk: a Genealogical History of the Descendants of the Protector. Boston: J. G. Cupples, pg. 102.
    • Female
    • December 6, 1638
    • Robert Rich, John Russell
    • January 27, 1720
  5. The Cromwell family is an English aristocratic family descended from Hugh de Cromwell who came to England with William the Conqueror. Its most famous members are: Thomas Cromwell, 1st Earl of Essex; and, Oliver Cromwell, the Lord Protector.

  6. Frances Cromwell (1638–1720), Daughter of Oliver Cromwell. John Michael Wright (1617–1694) Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Back to image. Photo credit: Glasgow Museums. Send information to Art Detective. How you can use this image.