Mary Cromwell, Countess Fauconberg (9 February 1637 (christened) – 14 March 1713) was an English noblewoman, the third daughter of Oliver Cromwell and his wife Elizabeth Bourchier. Biography. Born in either late 1636 or early 1637, Mary Cromwell was christened on 9 February 1637.
Born in February 1636 in Ely, England; died in 1712 in London, England; daughter of Oliver Cromwell, later Lord Protector of England, and Elizabeth (Bouchier) Cromwell; married Thomas Belayse, Viscount Fauconberg, in November 1657 (died 1700); no children. Mary Cromwell was the seventh of eight surviving children of Oliver Cromwell and Elizabeth Bouchier Cromwell.
Born in either late 1636 or early 1637, Mary Cromwell was christened on 9 February 1637. On 19 November 1657 she married Thomas Belasyse, 1st Earl Fauconberg, at Hampton Court, and became Countess Fauconberg. Fauconberg had been previously married to Mildred Saunderson, who had died.
26 de jul. de 2019 · Mary Cromwell, born in Ely, Cambridgeshire, was baptized at St. John’s Church, Huntingdon on February 9, 1637. She was the eighth child and third of four daughters of Oliver Cromwell and his wife Elizabeth Bourchier. Mary, nicknamed Mall, and her brothers and sisters grew up in obscurity in East Anglia.
Mary (née Cromwell), Countess Fauconberg. (1637-1713), Wife of 1st Earl Fauconberg; daughter of Oliver Cromwell. Sitter in 5 portraits. Tell us More. Like. List Thumbnail. Sort by. Mary (née Cromwell), Countess Fauconberg. by Giles King.
She was the third daughter of Oliver Cromwell, English Military and political figure, and his wife Elizabeth Bourchier. Her christened was recorded as being on February 9, 1637. On November 19, 1657, she married a loyal political ally to her father, Thomas Belasyse, 1st Earl Fauconbery at Hampton Court, thus becoming Countess Fauconberg.
Thomas Belasyse, 1st Earl Fauconberg PC was an English peer. He supported the Parliamentary cause in the English Civil War, becoming close to Oliver Cromwell and marrying Cromwell's third daughter, Mary. After the Restoration of the monarchy he became a member of the Privy Council to Charles II and was elevated to an earldom by William III.