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  1. Bridget Bendish was the wife of Thomas Bendish, younger son of the second Baronet. Bendish baronets, of Steeple Bumpstead (1611) Sir Thomas Bendish, 1st Baronet (c. 1568–1636) Sir Thomas Bendish, 2nd Baronet (c. 1607–c. 1674) Sir John Bendish, 3rd Baronet (c. 1630–1707) Sir Henry Bendish, 4th Baronet (c. 1674–1717) References

  2. BENDISH, BRIDGET, Wife of Thomas Bendish, Esq., was the daughter of General Ireton, and grand-daughter of Oliver Cromwell; whom she resembled in piety, dissimulation, personal arrogance, and love of display. After managing her salt-works at Southtown, in Norfolk, with all the labour and exertion of the most menial servant, she would sometimes ...

  3. Bendish, Bridget (c. 1650–1726) English celebrity. Born Bridget Ireton c. 1650; died 1726; dau. of General Henry Ireton (1611–1651) and Bridget Cromwell (dau. of Oliver Cromwell ); granddau. of Oliver Cromwell. Was mostly famed for her physical resemblance to her grandfather, Oliver Cromwell. Bendish, Bridget (c. 1650–1726)English celebrity.

  4. 1 de feb. de 2022 · He was ordered to return to England in 1665, on pain of being declared a traitor, whereupon he was imprisoned in Dover Castle and the Tower of London, only to be released in February 1667, after which he joined the Stoke Newington congregation (in which, to complete the extended family connection, he would have been welcomed as the great-uncle of Bridget Bendish). 33 James Berry (d. 1691 ...

  5. 30 de may. de 2021 · Genealogy for Bridget Bendysh (Ireton) (1650 - 1729) family tree on Geni, ... Bridget Bendish (born Ireton) in WikiTree view all 16 ...

  6. Bridget Bendish (1650–1726) fue una dama inglesa, nieta de Oliver Cromwell e hija del general Ireton. Tenía un gran parecido con Cromwell y se hizo notable por lo extravagante de su conducta; pasaba los días dedicada a los trabajos más penosos, sencillamente vestida y alimentada como los más pobres jornaleros y por la tarde se adornaba y frecuentaba los salones de la buena sociedad.