The chief seat of the Cheshire family, Antrobus Hall, was sold by Henry Antrobus in 1460 to Thomas Venables, nephew of Sir William Venables, of Bolyn, whose branch of the Venables lived there for several centuries; the lands, however, were redeemed in the late 1600's/early 1700's by Edmund Antrobus, of Odrode, Astbury, near Chester (gggs of Henry Antrobus). [Burke's Peerage]
Father: Thomas de ANTROBUS b: 1454 in Antrobus, Runcorn, Cheshire, England
Mother: Mary FITZWALTER b: ABT 1458 in England
Marriage 1 Elizabeth MACHELSFELD b: ABT 1484 in Guysnes Castle, Artois/Pas-de-Calais, France
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