Aged: 58 years
Notes Ancestry.com has several more genertions of Cromwells in England. William Cromwell arrived in Maryland about 1667, according to his own statement. He first appears in Calvert County, bet soon removed to Anne Arundel County, taking up land on the south side of the Pa The will of William Cromwell is on file at the Maryland State Archives in Annapolis, Maryland.
!NOTE: Source of Article is from Jean Cromwell Price. William and John Cromwell came to Maryland in 1667. William, one of the pioneers of Maryland, named a son Philip as well as naming one of his tracts of land Philip's Fancy. As to the claim of the family to Henry Cromwell, son of Oliver, it is noted that the given name of Henry is conspicuously !WILL: William Cromwell made his will on 19 JUNE 1680, leaving his estate to his wife and two minor children. In 1682, William patented Philip's Fancy of 61 acres, which descended to William Cromwell Jr. William Jr. sold this tract in 1700. The deed of conveyance read. William Cromwell Jr. Gent., son of William Cromwell, Gent., the original grantee. William Cromwell I died sometime in the early part of 1685 during which time a third son was born. He bequeathed to his wife, Elizabeth, a life interest in the home plantation of 100 acres called "Cromwells Adventure." being
Biography: William, son of Sir Oliver and Elizabeth Bromley Cromwell alias Williams of Hinchenbrooke, married twice. His first wife's name is unknown. Secondly he married Elizabeth Trahearne. They had !Sources: Mabel Williams Beane: "Williams-Enoch Genealogy", 1953.: