Elizabeth Claypole, by John Michael Wright. 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.
- Elizabeth Cromwell, 2 July 1629
18/06/2022 · She died at Hampton Court on the sixth day of August in the 28th year of her age and in the year of our Lord 1658. She was born at Huntingdon and baptised on 2nd July 1629, one of the nine children of Oliver Cromwell and his wife Elizabeth (Bourchier). On 13th January 1646 at Ely she married army officer John Claypole (1625-1688).
Elizabeth Claypole - Elizabeth Claypole Era la hija predilecta de su padre, a quien su condición espiritual parece haberle causado cierta ansiedad. En una ocasión, le escribe a su hija, Bridget, expresando su satisfacción de que su hermana (es decir, Claypole) "ve su propia vanidad y mente carnal, se lamenta y busca lo que la satisfará".
Elizabeth Claypole was born on July 2 1629, to Oliver Cromwell and Elizabeth Cromwell. Elizabeth married John Claypole. Elizabeth passed away on August 6 1658, at age 29. Elizabeth Claypole (born Cromwell) in The Marriage, Baptismal, and Burial Registers of the Collegiate Church or Abbey of St. Peter, Westminster, 1876
Painted miniature portrait of Elizabeth Claypole, daughter of Oliver Cromwell, by Samuel Cooper.
Elizabeth Claypole [nb 1] (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.
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