Early years. Cromwell was born in Huntingdon on 25 April 1599 to Robert Cromwell and his second wife Elizabeth, daughter of William Steward. The family's estate derived from Oliver's great-great-grandfather Morgan ap William, a brewer from Glamorgan who settled at Putney near London, and married Katherine Cromwell (born 1482), the sister of Thomas Cromwell, who would become the famous chief ...
Oliver Cromwell (Huntingdon (Cambridgeshire), 25 april 1599 - Londen, 3 september 1658) was een Engels militair, staatsman en Lord Protector van Engeland, ...
Oliver ou Olivier Cromwell, né le 25 avril 1599 [note 1] à Huntingdon et mort le 3 septembre 1658 à Londres, est un militaire et homme politique anglais, resté dans les mémoires pour avoir pris part à l'établissement d'un Commonwealth républicain d'Angleterre (ainsi qu'en Irlande et en Écosse), puis pour en être devenu le lord-protecteur.
21/04/2022 · Oliver Cromwell, (born April 25, 1599, Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, England—died September 3, 1658, London), English soldier and statesman, who led parliamentary forces in the English Civil Wars and was lord protector of England, Scotland, and Ireland (1653–58) during the republican Commonwealth.
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10/03/2016 · CROMWELL THE HERO. When Oliver Cromwell sat for a portrait, he instructed the artist to "paint my picture truly like me, and not flatter me at all; but remark all these roughnesses, pimples, warts, and everything as you see me." That's Cromwell in a nutshell. No nonsense, blunt, and unsentimental, always ready to accept the ugly realities of life.
08/05/2022 · Oliver Cromwell played a major role in the execution of Charles I; He led the invasion of Ireland in 1649, which resulted in massacres of Catholic civilians at Drogheda and Wexford