Elizabeth Claypole (née Cromwell)(1629-1658), Daughter of Oliver Cromwell
Sitter associated with 7 portraits
The second daughter of Oliver Cromwell, and his favourite child, Elizabeth Claypole is supposed to have exercised a moderating influence on him. She married John Claypole, a leading Parliamentarian in 1646.
by James Scott, published by Thomas Boys, after William Fisk
mixed-method engraving, published 1839
- John Claypole (husband)
- Elizabeth Cromwell (née Steward) (grandmother)
- Elizabeth Cromwell (née Bourchier) (mother)
- Henry Cromwell (brother)
- Oliver Cromwell (father)
- Richard Cromwell (brother)
- Robert Cromwell (grandfather)
- Mary (née Cromwell), Countess Fauconberg (sister)
- Bridget Fleetwood (née Cromwell) (sister)
- Frances Russell (née Cromwell), Lady Russell (sister)
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