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  1. Bridget Cromwell (born 1624) was the Cromwells’ eldest daughter and the eldest of their children to survive into full adulthood. Almost nothing is known of her life until 1646, when she married Henry Ireton, senior parliamentarian officer and close confidant of Oliver.

  2. Mary and Thomas had no children Frances (1638–1720) married (1) Richard Rich (1634–1658) and (2) John Russell, 3rd Baronet. Sir John and Lady Frances had three sons and two daughters: Sir William Russell, 4th Baronet (c. 1660–1725) Christina Russell (d. 1669) Frances Elizabeth Russell (1664–1733) Maj.-Gen. Rich Russell (c. 1667–1735)

    • Burial and Disinterment
    • Cromwell Family
    • St Margaret's Churchyard Memorial
    • Elizabeth Claypole

    Cromwell died at Whitehall on 3rd September 1658. His body was embalmed and taken privately to Somerset House on 20 September. The public lying in state began on 18 October until 10 November. He was then buried privately without ceremony, according to contemporary sources, in a vault at the east end of Henry VII's chapel in the Abbey on the night o...

    By Royal Warrant of 9th September 1661 the bodies of Oliver's mother Elizabeth, who had died on 18th November 1654, and his sister Jane(wife of Major General John Desborough), who died in 1656, together with other regicides who had been interred in the Abbey since 1641, were also removed but this time the bodies were thrown in a pit in the churchya...

    A modern incised inscription records all the names of those re-buried in the churchyard, including Henry, Elizabeth and Jane, on the base of the tower near the west entrance of St Margaret's. The others are: Robert Blake, Denis Bond, Nicholas Boscawen, Mary Bradshaw, Sir William Constable, Richard Deane, Isaac Dorislaus, Anne Fleetwood, Thomas Hesi...

    Only Oliver's favourite daughter Elizabeth Claypole, who died on 6th August 1658, still lies in the Abbey, as her vault was in a different part of the chapel and was not found at the time the others were being dis-interred. A small modern stone marks her grave to the north of Henry VII's monument. A photograph of the Cromwell stone and regicides ta...

    • Soldier,Politician
  3. Sir. Oliver Cromwell (25 April 1599 – 3 September 1658) [note 1] was an English general and statesman who, first as a subordinate and later as Commander-in-Chief, led armies of the Parliament of England against King Charles I during the English Civil War, subsequently ruling the British Isles as Lord Protector from 1653 until his death in 1658.

    • English
    • pre-1642 (militia service), 1642–1651 (civil war)
  4. Henry Cromwell (died 1711) m. Hannah Hewling five sons and two daughters Elizabeth Cromwell (1629–1658) m. John Claypole (1625–1688) James Cromwell (born and died in 1632) Mary Cromwell (1637–1713) m. Thomas Belasyse, 1st Earl Fauconberg (ca. 1627 – 1700) Frances Cromwell (1638–1720) 1st m. Robert Rich (died 1658) 2nd m.

  5. However, Oliver’s remaining three children, his son Henry and his daughters Bridget (from the first of her two marriages) and Frances, established lines which have been traced down to the late nineteenth century and which are known or very likely to continue to this day.

  6. son Henry and his daughters Bridget and Frances. Their descent has been thoroughly researched and reconstructed down to the mid Victorian period. Thus so long as you can trace your ancestry back as far as the 1860s, you should be able to see quite easily whether or not you lock into one of the proven lines of descent from Cromwell."