St Ives Oliver Cromwell

St Ives Photo: a fantastic St Ives Photograph Featuring Oliver Cromwell

Photograph Taken On Sunday, September 6, 2020

Oliver Cromwell (Grade II Listed Circa 1901. by F W Pomeroy. Bronze statue on Portland Stone base) inspecting scooters St Ives Huntingdonshire. Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland In office 16 December 1653 – 3 September 1658. Member of Parliament for Cambridge 20 February 1640 – 30 January 1649. Born25 April 1599 Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, Kingdom of England. Died 3 September 1658 (aged 59). Palace of Whitehall, London. Resting place Tyburn, London Nationality English Alma mater Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge Occupation Farmer, parliamentarian and military commander. Nickname (s) Old Noll and Old Ironsides. Allegiance Roundhead Military Service, Eastern Association (1643–1645) and New Model Army (1645–1646). Rank Colonel (1643 – bef. 1644), Lieutenant-General of Horse (bef. 1644 – 1645) and Lieutenant-General of Cavalry (1645–1646). Commands, Cambridgeshire Ironsides (1643 – bef. 1644) Eastern Association (bef. 1644 – 1645) andNew Model Army (1645–1646). War English Civil War (1642–1651). Battles, Gainsborough, Marston Moor, 2nd Newbury, Naseby, Langport, Preston, Dunbar and Worcester. The 3 Scooters are L to R are 1961 Lambretta TI175, 1968 Vespa (Douglas) 180cc and a 1962 Lambretta LI175. (see the previous 2 photos for details of the bikes). St Ives is a market town and civil parish in Cambridgeshire, England, 5 miles (8 km) east of Huntingdon and 12 miles (19 km) north-west of Cambridge. Historically in Huntingdonshire,,_Cambridgeshire image on Flickr

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