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Some account of General Robert Venables, of Antrobus and Wincham, Cheshire

Lee Porcher Townshend

Some account of General Robert Venables, of Antrobus and Wincham, Cheshire

(with an engraving from his portrait at Wincham) : together with the autobiographical memoranda, or diary, of his widow, Elizabeth Venables : from the original ms. in the possession of Lee P. Townshend.

by Lee Porcher Townshend

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Published by Printed for the Chetham Society in [Manchester] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Venables, Robert, -- 1612?-1687.,
  • Warrington Friary -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    With: A forme of confession / by B. Egerton -- A Kalender. A.D. 1597 / H. Cholmondeley. 1872 -- History of Warrington Friary / edited by W. Beamont. 1872.

    Other titlesHistory of Warrington Friary.
    SeriesChetham miscellanies -- v. 4 [no. 1], In Remains, historical & literary, connected with the palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester / pub. by the Chetham Society -- v. 83, Remains, historical and literary, connected with the palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester -- v. 83
    ContributionsVenables, Elizabeth Aldersey Lee, Mrs. d. 1689., Cholmley, Hugh, Sir, 1600-1657., Beamont, William, 1797?-1889., Egerton, Bridget (Grey) lady, d. 1648.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 28 p. :
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14739403M


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FROM THE ORIGINAL MS. IN THE POSSESSION OF LEE P. TOWNSHEND, Esq. PRINTED FOR THE CHETHAM. SOME ACCOUNT OF GENERAL ROBERT VENABLES, OP ANTROBUS AND WINCHAM, CHESHIRE (with an engraving from his portrait at wincham); TOGETHER WITH THE AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL MEMORANDA OR DIARY OF HIS WIDOW, ELIZABETH VENABLES.

PROM THB ORIGINAL MS. IN THR POSSESSION OP Of Antrobus and Wincham P. TOWNSHEND, Esq. t PRINTED FOR THE CHETHAM SOCIETY. [A good life of Venables is given in a note to the Discourse of the Civil War in Lancashire, edited by W.

Beaumont (Chetham Soc.),pp. 97–; Some Account of General Robert Venables (Chetham Miscel. vol. ); Notes and Queries, 3rd ser. ; Ormerod's Cheshire, i. ; letters of Venables are printed in the Thurloe State. Get print book. No eBook available The Story of a Cheshire Family.

Sir Reginald Laurence Antrobus. Mitchell, Hughes and Clark, - pages. 0 Reviews. What people are Some account of General Robert Venables - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Bibliographic information. Title: Antrobus Pedigrees: The Story of a Cheshire Family: Author. Some account of General Robert Venables, of Antrobus and Wincham, Cheshire (with an engraving from his portrait at Wincham); together with the autobiographical memoir, or diary, of his widow, Elizabeth Venables by Lee Porcher Townshend (Book).

Robert Venables (ca. –), was a soldier during the English Civil War and noted angler. Venables was lieutenant-colonel in the parliamentary army.

He was wounded at Chester in He was appointed governor of Liverpool in This is an ancient Cheshire of Antrobus and Wincham but their principal seat, Antrobus Hall, was sold in to Thomas Venables. The of Antrobus and Wincham of Antrobus lies south of Lymm.

Philip Antrobus of Congleton, eldest son of Philip Antrobus of Congleton and his wife, Anne, dau. of John Vardon of Congleton. He died 4 Nov. a buried Some account of General Robert Venables. Some account of Cheshire book Robert Venables, of Antrobus and Wincham, Cheshire (with an engraving from his portrait at Wincham); together with the autobiographical memoir, or diary, of his widow, Elizabeth Venables.

Welcome to the History of Antrobus website, which aims to bring together and share photos and stories about the village of Antrobus, Cheshire. If you have any photographs, memories or stories to contribute, or would like more information, please contact me at @ a) Some account of General Robert Venables, of Antrobus and Wincham, Cheshire, together with the autobiographical memoranda or diary of his widow, Elizabeth Venables [d], ed.

J[ames] C[rossley]. b) A forme of confession grounded upon the ancient catholique and apostolique faith, made and composed by the honorable ladie the Lady Bridget. Antrobus is a civil parish and village in Cheshire, England, immediately to the south of is situated within the unitary authority of Cheshire West and Chester, and has a population ofreducing to at the Census.

The parish is the most northeasterly point of Cheshire West and Chester, and as such borders both Warrington and Cheshire nial county: Cheshire. Robert Venables, inspeximus and exemplification, at the instance of the said Robert, of an inquisition post mortem, 13 April, 21 Elizabeth, [] taken after the death of Thomas Venables, finding that he was seized in his demesne, as of fee, of a messuage called the “Hall of Antrobus,” in Overwhitley, and of thirty acres of land, twenty.

Robert Venables (ca. –), was a soldier during the English Civil War and noted angler. Venables was a lieutenant-colonel in the parliamentary army and was wounded at the siege of Chester in He was appointed governor of Liverpool in and then served with success in Ireland from until Emerson Venable gives the following account of General Robert Venables' career: "InOliver Cromwell sent William Penn (father of the William Penn who received a grant of land from James III) and Robert Venables to attack the Spanish at Hispaniola, the expedition sailing from Ports-mouth on Decem File Size: 1MB.

In Antrobus is a township, and with Seven Oaks is a parish, formed in from the civil parish of Great Budworth. The township of Antrobus is 5 1/2 miles north-west from Northwich station, on the Cheshire Lines and London and North Western railways, and 6 south-east from Warrington, in the Northwich division of the county, hundred of Bucklow, Runcorn union.

Antrobus, Cheshire, a village in Cheshire, England. Antrobus baronets. #N#Disambiguation page providing links to topics that could be referred to by the same search term. This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Antrobus.

If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended. Chetham Miscellanies, Vol. IV., containing: Some Account of General Robert Venables, of Antrobus and Wincham, Cheshire ; with an engraving from his Portrait at Wincham, together with the Autobiographical Memoranda or Diary of his Widow, Elizabeth Venables.

A Forme of Confession grounded upon the Ancient Catholique and Apostolique Faith. Remains historical and literary connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Cheshire, Vol Some account of General Robert Venables, of Antrobus and Wincham, Cheshire (with an engraving from his portrait at Wincham); together with the autobiographical memoir, or diary, of his widow, Elizabeth Venables By Lee P Townshend.

Bound volume contains: Some account of General Robert Venables, of Antrobus and Wincham, Cheshire (with an engraving from his portrait at Wincham): together with the autobiographical memoir, or diary, of his widow, Elizabeth Venables / from the original ms.

in the possession of Lee P. Townshend, : Wincham Hall, recorded as 'Winundersham' in the Domesday Book, was given to Gilbert de Venables following the Norman Conquest, but it successively passed in and out of the Venables family's ownership through inheritance, married and sale over the following centuries.

Vol Pedigrees Made at the Visitation of Cheshire, Some account of General Robert Venables, of Antrobus and Wincham, Cheshire (with an engraving from his portrait at Wincham): together with the autobiographical memoir, or diary, of his widow, Elizabeth Venables.

sir thomas venables, 20th baron Sir Thomas Venables, son of William and Elianor, was born insucceeded his father as baron inand died in July, He was one of the Cheshire gentlemen who were knighted by the Earl of Hertford after.

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GENERAL ROBERT VENABLES General Robert Venables was the son of Robert Venables of Antro-bus, and Ellen, daughter of Richard Simcox, of Rudheath, Cheshire. Born in that county abouthe entered the Parliamentary army on the outbreak of the Civil War, and served in Yorkshire and Lancashire, being wounded at the siege of Chester.

See also: the Publications of the Chetham Society, Vol. IV, "Some Account of General Robert Venables of Antrobus and Winsham, Cheshire." An engraving from the portrait of General Venables of Winsham Hall, is used as the frontispiece.

The Venables family also held Antrobus Hall in Great Budworth from the early ’s and lived there for many generations before acquiring Wincham Hall in the 17th century.

Robert Venables in the Caribbean and Cheshire. Robert Venables had fought well for Cromwell in the Irish campaign of and Cromwell recommended him as commander of his. William Antrobus of Over Knutsford was one of seven sons, and he had four sons: John, William, Robert and Walter.

William and Walter settled at St. Albans; William was a draper and m. (1) Eliza Rolfe and (2) Joan Rogers - he left only a daughter, Elizabeth, m.

Robert. Some Venables of England and America and brief accounts of families into which certain Venables married. Kinderton Press. If so please quote the relevant page and passage here as the book is on the net in snippet form.

-- PBS. Full text of "Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of " See other formats. The disfranchisement of Plympton Erle by the Reform Act ended Antrobus’s parliamentary career, and he concentrated on developing his Cheshire estates.

He died in May and Eaton Hall passed to his only son from his first marriage, John Coutts Antrobus () Ref Volumes: Author: Martin Casey. Notes. My Legh ancestors: The following history on the Warren line includes segments from the book: "Kin of Mellcene Thurman Smith" See also Wikipedia article "Leghs of Adlington.

" Hamon Legh of West-Hall in High Legh, in Cheshire, about the time of Henry is incontrovertibly clear from Domesday Book that the Saxon lords of High Legh were ejected at the Conquest, and. Best Antrobus B&Bs on Tripadvisor: Find 79 traveller reviews, 91 candid photos, and prices for bed and breakfasts in Antrobus, England.

PARKER, THOMAS, first Earl of Macclesfield (?–), the younger son of Thomas Parker, an attorney at Leek, in Staffordshire, by his wife Ann, second daughter and coheiress of Robert Venables of Wincham, Cheshire, was born at Leek, it is said, on 23 July The date of his baptism, however, in the Leek parish register is 8 Aug.

H. ES, ROBERT (?–), soldier, born aboutson of Robert Venables of Antrobus, Cheshire, by Ellen, daughter of Richard Simcox of Rudheath, entered the parliamentary army when the civil war broke out, and served under Sir William Brereton in Cheshire and Lancashire (Ormerod, Cheshire, i. ; Discourse of the Civil War.

Newly acquired by Cheshire Heraldry is the Bookplate of Sir Edmund Antrobus Bt. Arms: Lozengy Or and Azure, on a pale Gules three estoiles of the first. This is a Cheshire family (in origin at least) the chief seat of the family, Antrobus Hall, was sold by Henry Antrobus in to Thomas Venables.

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