Cromwell, Richard (16261712)

Cromwell, Richard, son of the Protector; appointed to succeed him; was unequal to the task, and compelled to abdicate, April 26, 1659; retired into private life; went after the Restoration for a time abroad; returned under a feigned name, and lived and died at Cheshunt (16261712).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Cromwell, Oliver * Cromwell, Thomas
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Croker, T. Crofton
Croll, James
Croly, George
Crome, John
Crompton, Samuel
Cromwell, Oliver
Cromwell, Richard
Cromwell, Thomas
Crookes, William
Cross, Mrs.
Cross, Southern
Cross, Victoria
Cross Fell
Crosse, Andrew
Crotch, William


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Baxter, Richard
Coote, Sir Charles
Cromwell, Oliver
Cudworth, Ralph
Dryden, John
Evelyn, John
Flatman, Thomas
Fleetwood, Charles
Hyde, Dr. Thomas
Maynard, Sir John
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