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Information about Oliver_Cromwell

Published on March 13, 2014

Author: historia1968

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Oliver Cromwell: Oliver Cromwell A presentation by Michelle Anstett Cromwell’s early life: Cromwell’s early life Cromwell was born on April 25, 1599 in Huntingdon, England to Elizabeth and Robert Cromwell Elizabeth Cromwell Robert Cromwell Cromwell’s education: Cromwell’s education He attended grammar school at Huntingdon grammar school, which is now the Cromwell Museum PowerPoint Presentation: He then attended Cambridge University If he was smart, he would have gone to Oxford: If he was smart, he would have gone to Oxford See, it’s much prettier than dirty old Cambridge, isn’t it?? Cromwell’s early occupation: Cromwell’s early occupation He became a minor landowner in East Anglia, farming and collecting rents for income This is Cromwell Cromwell’s wife: Cromwell’s wife He married Elizabeth Bourchier in 1620, just a few months after his 21 st birthday Cromwell’s children: Cromwell’s children Robert (1621-1639) Oliver (1623-1644) Bridget (1624-?) Richard (1626-1712) Henry (1628-1674) Elizabeth (1629-1658) James (1632) Mary (1637-1700) Frances (1638-1721) Cromwell and religion: Cromwell and religion Believed to have converted before civil wars “Godly reformation” “Liberty of conscience” Cromwell as military man: Cromwell as military man Captain of small group of mounted troops in 1642 Promoted to colonel in 1643 2 nd in command of New Model Army in 1645 Summer 1650 – appointed lord general (commander-in-chief) of all parliamentary forces Became Lord Protector in December 1653: Became Lord Protector in December 1653 Died in London on September 3, 1658 after a recurrence of malarial fever: Died in London on September 3, 1658 after a recurrence of malarial fever Works Cited: Works Cited “The Oliver Cromwell website.” The Cromwell Association . 13 February 2007. <www.olivercromwell.org>. Plant, David. “Oliver Cromwell 1599-1658.” British Civil Wars, Commonwealth and Protectorate 1638-60 . <www.british-civil-wars.co.uk>. Buchan, John. Oliver Cromwell . Houghton Mifflin: Boston, 1934.

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