Bridget Cromwell (born 1624) was the Cromwells’ eldest daughter and the eldest of their children to survive into full adulthood. Almost nothing is known of her life until 1646, when she married Henry Ireton, senior parliamentarian officer and close confidant of Oliver.
What is actually known about Elizabeth is sparse. We know that Thomas Cromwell married a young wealthy widow in 1514 whose first husband was in cloth and who was also a king’s yeoman. Elizabeth may have inherited her husband’s cloth business. Thomas and Elizabeth, close in age, also could have met as children in Putney.
23/07/2010 · Best Answer Copy Thomas Cromwell (1485-1540) had 3 children by his wife Elizabeth Wykes (d. 1527) Gregory Cromwell, Baron Cromwell of Oakham (c. 1514-1551) Anne (died young) Grace (died young)...
Grace Cromwell (died c. 1529) Cromwell's wife died early in 1529  and his daughters, Anne and Grace, are believed to have died not long after their mother. Their death may have been due to sweating sickness. Provisions made for Anne and Grace in Cromwell's will, dated 12 July 1529, were crossed out at some later date.
Thomas Cromwell never remarried. Gregory Cromwell married Elizabeth Seymour, the sister of Queen Jane Seymour and widow of Sir Anthony Ughtred. They had five children:  Henry Cromwell, 2nd Baron Cromwell, 1538 – 1592 Edward, 1539 – died young Thomas Cromwell, c. 1540 – died between February 1610 and April 1611