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Elizabeth Claypole (1629–1658)

Photo credit: Cromwell Museum

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Second daughter of Oliver Cromwell. She married John Claypole of Northborough in 1646 near Peterborough. Claypole was the son of an old family friend.
This is a copy of a painting by John Michael Wright which is now in the National Portrait Gallery.

Cromwell Museum

Huntingdon

Title

Elizabeth Claypole (1629–1658)

Date

1897

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 52 x W 44 cm (E)

Accession number

HUTCM:L61

Acquisition method

on loan from the Rector of Northborough

Work type

Painting

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