M, #35, d. before 24 February 1672
- Name Variation: Gyles Cromlome3
- Marriage*: Possibly Alice Weeke, m. 1629; Principal=Alice (?)4
- Immigration*: before 1646
- Marriage*: 10 September 1648; Newbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts; Principal=Alice Wiseman5
- Death*: before 24 February 1672; Newbury, Essex Co., Massachusetts; Date of inventory of his estate.2
- Note*: Gyles Cromlon was assigned a house lot in Newbury, Massachusetts. The source does not specify the date, but it appears to have been in 1645 or 1646.6
- Note: At the September 1648 court, "Giles Crulu [Cromwell]" was sued by Nicholas Easton for an undisclosed issue. Easton was embroiled in several other suits.7
- Note: Gyles Cromlome signed petition, presented 14 May 1654, for release of Robert Pike, fined for preaching without consent.3
- Note: Gyles Cromlom was selected 6 July 1663 to keep the young boys in order at church.8
- Note: Will of Giles Cromwell of Newbury in county of Essex in New England, written 27 Apr 1672, proved 20 Mar 1672/73. Names son Phillip Cromwell, and daughter Argentine Cram wife of Benjamin Cram. Executor Benjamin Cram. Inventory made 24 Feb 1672. Essex County, Massachusetts. Case 6583.2
- Note: At the Ipswich Quarterly Court 29 Sep 1646, the will of Thomas Croomwell was brought in to be proved, but Gyles Croomwell objected. The vital records of Newbury Massachusetts indicate a Thomas Cromwell and his wife who died in 1635. Then a Thomas Cromwell appears in the Newbury town records from 1635/6 through 1645-1646. Giles Cromwell appears in those records 1645-1646 through 1663. Other than this court record there is no published connection between Giles and the Thomas's.
1) The Grantees and Settlement of Hampton, N. H.; section Thomas Cromwell, by V. C. Sanborn, in The Essex Institute Historical Collections, Vol. 53 (Jul 1917):235-237. [viewed on FamilySearch.org]
2) Records and Files of the Quarterly Courts of Essex County, Massachusetts, Volume 1, Ipswich, Sept 1646, p. 110 [archive.org, image 136]
3) Probate Records of Essex County, Massachusetts, 1635-1681, v. 1, p. 53
4) History of Newbury, Mass. 1635 - 1902, by John J. Currier, Boston 1902.
- Note: The parentage of this Giles Cromwell of Newbury Massachusetts is unknown.
He is not the son of Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector (1599-1658). Nor is he to be confused with Giles Cromwell, the son of the Lord Protector's uncle Sir Oliver Cromwell (1566-1655). See '944. - Cronwalliana: A Missing Cromwell' in Fenland Notes and Queries: A Quarterly Antiquarian Journal for the Fenland, Volume 5 (1901-3), p. 213-218. [viewed on Google books]
- Note: See additional genealogical details.9
Last Edited: 30 Sep 2015
- [S13] The Great Migration; Immigrants to New England 1634 - 1635 by Robert Charles Anderson, George F. Sanborn Jr., Melinde Lutz Sanborn. publ. Great Migration Study Project; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston 1999-., p. 229.
- [S41] Essex County, MA, Probate File Papers, 1631-1881. original documents. Image database on AmericanAncestors.org., Case 6583, Giles Cromwell, 1673.
- [S42] History of Newbury, Mass. 1635 - 1902, by John J. Currier, Boston 1902. [viewed on archive.org], p. 163.
- [S43] FamilySearch.org image series: Massachusetts, Town Clerk, Vital and Town Records, 1627-2001, Essex county, Newbury, Births, marriages, deaths 1635-1735., Vol. 3, image 75.
- [S44] Vital records of Newbury, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849. Volume I. Births. Volume II. Marriages and Deaths. Publ. Salem 1911., 2:126.
- [S42] History of Newbury, Mass. 1635 - 1902, by John J. Currier, Boston 1902. [viewed on archive.org], p. 90.
- [S13] The Great Migration; Immigrants to New England 1634 - 1635 by Robert Charles Anderson, George F. Sanborn Jr., Melinde Lutz Sanborn. publ. Great Migration Study Project; New England Historic Genealogical Society; Boston 1999-., p. 402, citing Essex Quarterly Court 1:150.
- [S42] History of Newbury, Mass. 1635 - 1902, by John J. Currier, Boston 1902. [viewed on archive.org], p. 339.
- [S51] Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire, by Sybil Noyes, Charles Thornton Libby, Walter Goodwin Davis. Orig. publ. in five parts Portland 1928-39., p.173.