Elizabeth Cromwell (baptised 2 July 1629 – August 1658), married John Claypole, with whom she had four children. Elizabeth was known as "Bettie" and was said to have been her father's favourite child. James Cromwell (born and died in 1632) Mary Cromwell (baptised 9 February 1637 – 19 November 1713), married Thomas Belasyse, 1st Earl Fauconberg.
Elizabeth, la mayor de doce hermanos, nació en una fecha desconocida en 1598. El 22 de agosto de 1620 en St Giles, Cripplegate , Londres, se casó con Oliver Cromwell.
06/10/2019 · Elizabeth Cromwell, the founding president of the Black Loyalist Heritage Society, has died. She was instrumental in getting the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre in Birchtown, N.S., built. (CBC) Many...
Elizabeth Ann Cromwell (née Gallion) ONS CM MC (September 4, 1944 – October 2, 2019) was an African Nova Scotian and Black Loyalist. She dedicated her career to the celebration of African Nova Scotian History and recognising the experiences of the Birchtown black loyalists. She was recognised with an Order of Nova Scotia in 2019. Contents
05/12/2014 · In the Restoration, with the aristocracy firmly back in power, Elizabeth was crudely mocked in a satirical pamphlet cookbook The Court and Kitchen of Elizabeth, Commonly called Joan Cromwell, the...
Elizabeth Cromwell was born 1600 in Hinchenbrooke, England, United Kingdom (Huntingdonshire) to Oliver Cromwell (1563-1655) and Elizabeth Bromley (1566-1600) and died 2 May 1666 Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, England, United Kingdom of unspecified causes. She married John Claypoole (c1600-) . She married Henry Neale (c1600-1644) . Contents 1 Siblings
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