Following are the family members of Branch 1a sorted in alphabetical order by first name.
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Agnes Hanson (1588–1653) JM51
Of Halifax. Daughter of Edward Hanson of Woodhouse. Baptised at Elland 17 Nov 1588. Married in St Peter’s Church, Leeds 26 Nov 1623. Source: Paver’s Marriage License Index. Copy of will obtained – Long Marston.
Agnes Micklethwait JM31
Alec Arthur Douglas Micklethwait (born 2002) JM313
Alice Micklethwait JM58
Married at Penistone in 1604.
Alice Micklethwait JM14E
Married 15 Aug 1603 at Penistone.
Of Ingbirchworth, Yorkshire.
Alicia Elizabeth Bernard (born 4 Jul 1964) JM287
Daughter of Sir Dallas Bernard and Sheila, Lady Bernard (nee Roby) educated: Wycombe Abbey, Oxford University (Worcester College), IMD Lausanne (MBA).
Andrew Richard Micklethwait (born 11 May 1965) JM293
Born in Streetly, Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire. Married 1 Oct 1988, Coleshill Church, Warwickshire.
Anja Karina Lindgren JM308A
Born in Aakirkeby, Denmark. Changed name by deed poll to Anja Devach.
Ann Micklethwait (1774 – 13 Oct 1797) JM140
Baptised at Darfield 8 Oct 1774. Died unmarried 13 Oct 1797 aged 23 and buried at Darfield 15th.
Ann Micklethwait (15 Jan 1690 – 17 Apr 1691) JM120
Baptised at Terrington, Yorkshire on 15 Jan 1690. Buried 17 Apr 1691 at Terrington.
Ann Milner (born 1665) JM80
Daughter of George Milner Esq. of Burton Grange, Barnsley and Rockley Old Hall Nr. Worsbrough. Baptised at Royston 1 Jan 1666; married at Worsbrough 28 Aug 1694; buried at Darfield 12 Feb 1733. Source: Archbishop of York Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1660–1689.
Ann Wilson (1 Mar 1691–1754) JM118
Daughter of Andrew Wilson, Rector of Easingwold. Christened at Easingwold on 31 Mar 1691; married at Easingwold 3 May 1714; buried 19 Jun 1754 at Stonegrave, Yorkshire. Source: Archbishop of York Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1660–1689. Find out more about her on the Homes and Churches page.
Anna Micklethwait (1633–1676) JM77
Baptised 1633 and married 23 Dec 1651. Anna had seven children, one of whom was allegedly named Micklethwaite of Sheepscar 1662–95. She was buried 9 Jun 1676 at St John’s York. Will dated 6 Jun 1676.
Anna Micklethwait (born 2 Mar 1794) JM157
Baptised at Horsforth married at Guiseley 5 Feb 1814 to George Stansfeld Esq. Source: Archbishop of York Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1660–1689. Source: Monumental inscription.
Anna Micklethwait (1754–1759) JM136
Baptised at Darfield 7 May 1754 buried there 26 Dec 1759.
Anna Micklethwait (8 Sep 1730 – 8 Sep 1754) JM128
Baptised in Leeds on 1 Oct 1740. Married in 1753 as first wife of Edmund Lodge. A stone on the floor of the nave in the Parish Church of St Peter at Leeds states that Anna was buried there alongside her sister Eleanor on 8 Sep 1754 aged 24 years.
Anna Wilkinson (1704–1772) JM98
Daughter of Thomas Wilkinson of Leeds and London, merchant. Married 1725. A stone on the floor of the nave in the Parish Church of St Peter, Leeds states that Anna was buried there on 23 Jan 1772 in her 69th year alongside her two daughters. Source: Archbishop of York Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1660–1689.
Annabel Micklethwait (born 5 Jul 2008) JM319
Anne Frankrewe JM18A
Married 5 Sep 1584 at St Michael-Le-Belfrey, York. YorkshireIGI Batch M011021.
Anne Micklethwait (20 Dec 1654–1700) JM93
Baptised at Belfreys 28 Dec 1654. Copy of Curation dated 1669 obtained. Married at St Martin’s in Fields or Lincoln’s Inn Chapel. YorkshireMarriage Allegation in the Registry of the Vicar General of The Archbishop of Canterbury 1675. Died at Beverley, Yorkshire in 1700 aged 46 buried in the floor of Swine Parish Church – grave seen. Ward of her Aunt Constance, Lady Henley.
Anne Micklethwait (1910–1972) JM239
Born at 57 Bootham, York; died in St Albans, Herts. Cremated at Garston near Watford.
Anne Micklethwait (died 1712) JM116
Died unmarried, buried at Swine 10 Dec 1712, administration granted to her mother 15 May 1713. Document obtained.
Anne Micklethwait (1700–1760) JM109
Baptised at Darfield 11 Jun 1700, married there 16 Jan 1727. Mentioned in the will of Richard Micklethwait JM78. Source: Archbishop of York Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1660–1689.
Anne Parker (died 3 Mar 1724) JM95
Married 10 Nov 1681 and buried at Terrington, Yorkshire. Administration granted to Thomas Micklethwait in 1726 JM122. Document obtained.
Anne Topham (nee Levitt) (1590–1653) JM43
Of St Martin, Micklegate, York. Daughter of Percival Levitt of York (Sheriff in 1597/8) and widow of Christopher Topham, merchant, York (Sheriff 1622/3); married at St. Martin’s, Micklegate, York on 27 Mar 1627. She was buried at St John’s, Micklegate 7 Apr 1653.
Annie Elizabeth Aldrich-Blake (1868–1948) JM205
Third daughter of Rev. Frederic James Aldrich-Blake, M.A., Rector of Welsh Bicknor, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire. Married at Monmouth in 1898.
Anthony Micklethwayt (1522–1593) JM7
Of Ingbirchworth, clothier, Will dated 22 May 1591 proved at York 14 Jun 1593. Will obtained. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Anthony John Ernest Tritton JM268
Sir Anthony, only son of Sir Geoffrey Ernest Tritton, 3rd. Bt.
Anthony Betram Micklethwait (born 1946) JM259
Known as Toby.
Anthony Robert Toby Micklethwait (born 1939) JM270
Educated at Marlborough and Clare College, Cambridge (M.A. 1960), married 7 Mar 1964.
Arthur Reginald Empson (1853–1916) JM195
Of Yokefleet Hall, Howden; educated at Eton and Malvern and at Brasenose College, Oxford M.A. (1870) Barrister. J. P. Chairman of the Howden bench for many years. In 1912, became an East Riding County Councillor. Lord of the Manors of Yokefleet and Blacktoft.
Astley John Hilary Goodwin (died 1959) JM234
Professor Astley, Son of Rev. William Alleton Goodwin, of Queenstown Rectory, South Africa.
Barbara Micklethwait (born 1679) JM114
Born in Swine; baptised at Holy Trinity, Micklegate, York 17 Dec 1679. Married 24 Jul 1733. Died at Kensington, London. Sole executrix and residuary legatee under the will of her uncle Charles Middleton, which she proved 16 May 1705. She is mentioned on the East Riding of Yorkshire & London page.
Barbara Middleton (died 1669) JM68
Daughter of Timothy Middleton Esq. of Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex. Baptised 6 May 1628 at Bromley St Leonard’s; married 3 Sep 1653 at Stanstead Mountfitchet. Living at Swine.
Benjamin Micklethwait (1660–1747) JM79
Of Ardsley and Ingbirchworth, born in 1659, married 28 Aug 1694; died aged 87; buried at Darfield. Copy of will obtained. Beneficiaries included son Richard and four daughters Catherine Tottie; Anne Stead; Ruth Taylor and Douglas Carr.
Benjamin Micklethwait (born 1601) JM55
Born in Swine, Yorkshire and christened in St John Ousebridge, York in 1602.
Benjamin Micklethwait (19 Aug 1838 – 27 Dec 1841) JM172
There is some uncertainty about the parentage of this Benjamin because the date of birth differs between Foster and the PR transcript, and the transcript says his mother was Harriet. However, the 1841 Census shows him as part of this family, so here he stays until we have evidence to the contrary.
Benjamin Micklethwait (1762–1798) JM141
Baptised at Darfield 12 Apr 1762, buried at Darfield 23 Jan 1798. Foster states that Benjamin was of Sheffield and that he married Mary at Chesterfield in 1790 but we have found no evidence of this alleged marriage in the Chesterfield records.
Benjamin Micklethwait (1705–1782) JM101
Built Birk House, Nr Ardsley and later of the Old Manor House, Ardsley. Lord of The Ardsley Manor, baptised at Darfield 21 Feb 1705; died aged 77, unmarried; mentioned in the will of Richard Micklethwait JM78; and buried 28 Feb 1782. Will proved Mar 1782. Copy of will obtained. He left Birk House to his nephew Thomas Taylor of Park House, who married Elizabeth Elmhirst in 1784 according to Hunters South Yorkshire (p. 281).
Blackwell Parkyns JM114A
Brian Hugh Micklethwait (born 1947) JM273
Educated at Marlborough College.
Caroline Matilda Micklethwait (1833 – 25 Feb 1924) JM179
Sources: 1841 Census. The 1861 Census shows Caroline as unmarried living with her mother at Ardsley House. By the time of the 1871 Census she is still unmarried but living with her elder sister Marian Augusta in Chepstow. Will exists.
Catherine Greaves (1st wife) (died 1694) JM61
Daughter of William Greaves of Hoalden. Married on 25 Nov 1646 at Bradfield. Buried at Penistone 27 May 1694.
Catherine Micklethwait (1770–1786) JM138
Baptised at Darfield 22 Feb 1770; buried there 11 Aug 1786.
Catherine Micklethwait (1695–1778) JM105
Baptised at Darfield 12 Sep 1695; married there 18 Apr 1722; mentioned in the will of Richard Micklethwait JM78; buried at Wakefield. Source: Archbishop of York Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1660–1689.
Charles Robert William Micklethwait (born 15 Jun 2007) JM320
Born Canberra Hospital, Australia.
Christopher Topham (born 1600) JM44
Of York, Merchant.
Clara Rose Thomas Micklethwait (born 16 Oct 2015) JM300C
Clarinda Margaret Trethowan (1st wife) (1938–1998) JM264
Daughter of Michael Trethowan O.B.E., of Haven Hill, St. Mary Bourne, Andover, Hants.
Clelland Kerr JM260
Clemence Penelope Olga Welby-Everard JM241
Daughter of Edward Everard Earle Welby-Everard of Gosberton House, Nr. Spalding, Lincolnshire. Married in 1929.
Colin Lindsay-Reekie (1st husband) (born 1932) JM257
Constance Middleton (died 1718) JM91
Of Howden. Daughter of Sir Thomas Middleton of Stansted Mountfitchet, Essex. Buried at Swine 20 Oct 1718. Will dated 26 Jan 1715–6.
Daphne Louisa Micklethwait (born 1941) JM275
Dr Daphne, educated at Downhouse and Newnham College, Cambridge (B.A.)
David John Micklethwait (born 1943) JM276
Educated at Eton and Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Barrister-at-law Middle Temple 1970 specialising in intellectual property. Author of ‘Noah Webster and the American Dictionary’ published in the USA in year 2000.
Denis Watkins JM274
Diana Micklethwait (born 1931) JM269
Married 12 Oct 1957.
Dorothy Jaques (1st wife) (1565–1611) JM16
Daughter of Francis Jaques of York, Merchant. Married about 1591. She was buried in Holy Trinity, Micklegate, York on 11 or 19 Aug 1611.
Dorothy Micklethwait (born 1633) JM70
Baptised 2 Aug 1633 at St Martin’s, Micklegate, York. Married 24 Jan 1657/8 at Belfreys
Douglas Micklethwait (1704–1780) JM111
Baptised at Darfield 26 Feb 1704; married there 24 Jul 1735; mentioned in the will of Richard Micklethwait JM78; died aged 76. Source: Archbishop of York Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1660–1689.
Douglas Milner (1651–1704) JM87
Daughter of William Milner Esq., of Monk Bretton Abbey; baptised at Royston 4 Aug 1651; married at Royston 24 Apr 1679; died aged 53; buried at Darfield 20 Feb 1704.
Dyonis Eleanor Christine Micklethwait (1894–1970) JM229
Baptised at Christ Church, Ardsley 18 Jun 1894. Died at Ovington Edge, Richmond, Yorkshire.
Edith Marcia Micklethwait (born 1829) JM177
Married at Christ Church, Ardsley 15 Apr 1857. See also 1841 and 1871 Census returns.
Edmund Lodge JM127
Edmund Lodge Esq. Mayor of Leeds.
Edward Curr 1798 16 Nov 1850) JM160
Born at Bell View House, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England. Emigrated to Australia. Had a distinguished career both in Tasmania and subsequently in Victoria. Records are held at Highfield House, Stanley, Tasmania and are recorded at: http://home.vicnet.net.au/~pioneers/pppg5o.htm Buried in family grave in the Roman Catholic section of the Old Melbourne Cemetery.
Edward Hugh Micklethwait (born 1999) JM306
Edward Micklethwait (1797–1797) JM151
Baptised 29 Jul 1797; buried in St Oswald’s Church, Guiseley in the family grave. Source: Monumental inscription.
Eleanor Frances Micklethwait (1871–1957) JM194
Baptised at Christ Church, Ardsley 20 May 1871; married 11 Nov 1897. 1901 Census states: ‘living with her mother and her daughter Lucy at 1 Driffield Terrace, York.’
Eleanor Micklethwait (born 1758) JM144
Baptised at Darfield 6 Jan 1758, married there 16 Dec 1799. Source: Archbishop of York Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1660–1689.
Eleanor Micklethwait (1732–1749) JM129
A stone on the floor of the nave in the Parish Church of St Peter at Leeds states that Eleanor was buried there on 11 Mar 1749, aged 17 years.
Elias Micklethwait (16 May 1651 – 16 Jul 1721) JM94
Baptised at Long Marston 16 Mar 1652. Educated Sidney College, Cambridge. B.A. 1672/3. M.A. 1676. Prebend of Bottivant. Rector of Terrington, Yorkshire 1671–1721. Patron Rev. Marcus Micklethwait MA (probably JM96). The earliest record of a school in Terrington is in 1705 when the Rev. Elyas Micklethwait recorded in a note for Diocese records ‘the present incumbent has built a schoolhouse’. Will dated 17 Jun 1720, proved 29 Nov 1721. Copy obtained. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Elias Micklethwait (1625 – 28 Jan 1681) JM72
Baptised at Long Marston 14 Feb 1625. Educated at Sidney College, Cambridge. B.A. 1646. M.A. 1650. Rector of Long Marston, Hearth Tax 1672 states 9 hearths. Prebendary of York from 1648–1671. Rector of Terrington 1671–1681. Patron John Geldard. Buried at Long Marston 31 Jan 1681. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Elias Micklethwait (1610–1644) JM52
Born in Swine, Yorkshire. of Swaithe Hall, Worsbrough Dale, West Riding Yorkshire. Baptised at Holy Trinity Micklegate, York 7 Feb 1611. Barrister of the Inner Temple, London. Commanded a Troop of Horse under Lord Fairfax at The Battle of Marston Moor in 1644. Died of his wounds shortly afterwards. Died s.p., will dated 13 Jul 1644, proved 21 Oct 1644 at York. He dis-annuls the will in the hands of his cousin, Sir John Micklethwait M.D. JM470, and leaves all his property to his brother, Joseph JM42. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page. Elias is also on Branch 2a.
Elias Micklethwait (27 Jan 1684–1714) JM117
Born at Terrington 1684. Educated at Thirsk School (Mr Midgley) and Beverley School (Mr Jos Lambert). Metric 1701. Adm. pens. at Sidney College, Cambridge University 12 May 1701.B. A. 1704–5; M. A. 1708. Incorporated at Oxford 1708. Ordained deacon (York) May 1708; priest 1709. Rector of Gilling East, Yorkshire 1710–4. Buried at Gilling 2 Dec 1714. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Elias Micklethwayt (1556–1632) JM15
Born in Ingbirchworth, Yorkshire. a merchant in York, took up his freedom in 1590, was Sheriff in 1605–6. Roman Catholic. Elected Alderman in 1614 and served as Lord Mayor of York both in 1615 and 1627; he also represented the City in Parliament in the reign of James I (1603–25). He was buried in Holy Trinity Church, Micklegate, 8 Feb 1632. Will dated 2 Feb 1632, proved at York, 29 May 1633. He is mentioned on the Origin & History page. See Coats of Arms page.
Elin Gabrielle Chaundy Micklethwait Westman (born 27 Mar 2016) JM302B
Elise Beata Thomas Micklethwait (born 11 Sep 2013) JM300B
Elizabeth Calverley (2 Jun 1706 – 11 Nov 1740) JM300B
Daughter of William Calverley Gent and granddaughter of Thomas Kitchingman once Mayor of Leeds. Married at Leeds Parish Church 21 Jul 1726. Buried at the same church. Source: Archbishop of York Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1660–1689.
Elizabeth Catherine Micklethwait (1826–1876) JM174
Baptised 12 Apr 1827, married at Christ Church, Ardsley, 7 Feb 1861; died 1876. 1841 Census refers.
Elizabeth Micklethwait (1635–1635) JM70A
Elizabeth Micklethwait (1609–1623) JM54
Born in Swine, Yorkshire. Baptised at Holy Trinity, York 11 Aug 1609, buried there Apr 1623.
Elizabeth Micklethwait (16 Nov 1605–1608) JM48
Born in Swine, Yorkshire. Baptised at Holy Trinity, York Nov 1605 and buried there 15 May 1608.
Elizabeth Micklethwait (1797 – 18 Oct 1866) JM161
Born at Eyre, Sheffield, England. Married 30 Jun 1819 at Belle View House and on 1 Jul 1819 at The Protestant Church. Emigrated to Australia with her husband. Had 15 children! All records are held at Highfield House, Stanley, Tasmania. Buried in the Curr family grave in the Roman Catholic section of the Old Melbourne Cemetery. Source: Archbishop of York Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1660–1689.
Elizabeth Micklethwait (10 Dec 1798 – 22 Oct 1816) JM158
Baptised at Horsforth 11 Apr 1799, died unmarried; buried in St Oswald’s Church, Guiseley in the family grave. Source: Monumental inscription.
Elizabeth Micklethwait (1788 – 7 Aug 1791) JM155
Buried in St Oswald’s Church, Guiseley in the family grave. Source: Monumental inscription.
Elizabeth Micklethwait JM14P
Elizabeth Micklethwait (1764–1789) JM137
Baptised at Darfield 16 Jul 1764; buried at Darfield on 21 Feb 1789.
Elizabeth Micklethwait (died 1696) JM115
Of Swine; buried 2 Jun 1696 at York Minster. Administration given to her mother 3 Nov 1716. Document obtained.
Elizabeth Pollard (1st wife) (1762 – 25 May 1803) JM133
Only daughter and eventual heir of John Pollard Esq. of Newlaithes Grange, Horsforth near Leeds, married at St Peter’s Church, Leeds 28 Feb 1787. Source: Archbishop of York Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1660–1689. Buried in St Oswald’s Church, Guiseley in the family grave. Source: Monumental inscription.
Elizabeth Sotwell JM38
Sister of Richard Sotwell, Esq. of Catling Hall, Yorkshire; buried at Penistone, 4 Apr 1672.
Elizabeth (born 1518) JM6
Elizabeth Ann Micklethwait (born 1941) JM280
She is known to her friends as Anna.
Elizabeth Margaret Russell White (1913–1979) JM245
Born in Montevideo; only child of the late Francis John White of South Kensington and Ecuador.
Ellen Micklethwait (died 1688) JM89
Married at Woolley 8 Nov 1686. Buried at Darfield 31 Aug 1688.
Ellen Micklethwait JM59
Emily Micklethwait (1832 – 29 Jan 1904) JM178
See 1841 Census. Will exists.
Eric Walter Eustace Micklethwait (1906–1986) JM244
Born in Wimbledon; educated at Clifton and Corpus Christi College, Cambridge (M.A.). Chartered patent agent. During World War II, he was employed by the Ministry of Supply and also the School of Tank Technology at the Military College of Science. As he had a reserved occupation he volunteered for the ROC where he devised the Micklethwait Height Correction Attachment. This allowed for heights to be corrected between two posts. Later he became President of the Chartered Institute of Patent Agents. Married 24 Feb 1940.
Ethel Ann Kent (died 1949) JM200
Youngest daughter of Cmdr. George Kent R.N. who fought in the Crimea War – HMS Blenheim 20 Jun 1852 and HMS Tiger 31 Mar 1854. Photo shows Ethel presenting a bouquet of flowers to Queen Alexandra. Married at St Saviour’s, Paddington on 23 Jan 1907 by the Rev. S. W. Key – cousin of the bridegroom.
Ethel Mabel Gore Micklethwait (1872–1905) JM207
Born in Chepstow, married 29 Apr 1905. 1901 Census states ‘hospital nurse working at Chest Hospital, City Road, Shoreditch, London.
Faraday Anna Margot Micklethwait Westman (born 19 Jul 2018) JM302D
Felicity Cecilmarie Micklethwait (born 1903) JM231
Married 2 Oct 1929.
Fevronia Read (born 1964) JM285
Only daughter of Michael Read.
Frances Inglis (2nd wife) (died 1839) JM134
Daughter of ? Rogerson of Leeds and widow of Thomas Inglis M.D., of Hutton–Bassett. Married at Rothwell. Source: Parish register. Copy of will obtained. Died 1839.
Frances Eleanor Key (1841 – 1 May 1932) JM171
Eldest daughter of Rev. Samuel Key of Fulford Hall, Yorkshire. Married 7 Jun 1866. 1901 Census states ‘living at 1 Driffield Terrace, York’.
Frances Mary Gore Micklethwait (1950) JM212
M.B.E; died unmarried 23 Mar 1950. See 1871 Census return.
Francis Fawthorpe JM22
Francis Micklethwait (born 1593) JM49
Christened in St John Ousebridge, York. Died young.
Francis Micklethwayt (1548–1587) JM13
A merchant in York, died s.p., administration of his effects was granted to his father, 19 Oct 1587, buried at St.John’s, York – 1 Sep 1587.
Frederick Gore Micklethwait (born 1868) JM202
Born in Cheltenham; died young.
George Eyre JM14B
Uncle of Adam Eyre, the famous diarist. Please see The Surtees Society publication ‘Yorkshire Diaries’ 1875 – Appendix part 1 (p. 351) refers.
George Robert Micklethwait (2 Jul 2001) JM311
George Whitley Micklethwait (1873–1940) JM199
Dr George, M.R.C.S. (Eng.) L.R.C.P. (London). Baptised in Christ Church, Ardsley 26 May 1873. Educated Charterhouse and Trinity College, Cambridge, (M.A.) and St. Bartholomews Hospital (M.D., B.C.). Married 23 Jan 1907. President of the York Medical Society and consulting physician at York County hospital. Died in St Albans, Hertfordshire.
George Stansfeld (20 Feb 1784 – 6 Mar 1834) JM156
Of Bradford and New Laithes Grange, Horsforth – second son of David Stansfeld of Leeds – and Sarah, daughter and co-heiress of Thomas Woolrich Esq. of Armley House. Buried in St Oswald’s Church, Guiseley. Source: Monumental inscription.
Gertrude Gore Micklethwait (1874–1924) JM209
Of Penhein, Nr Chepstow.
Guy Herbert Cradock JM230
Major Guy, Late 15th Hussars, of Hartforth, Richmond, Yorkshire. Originally known as Guy Herbert Straker prior to him assuming by Royal licence the surname and arms of Cradock of Hartforth in 1930.
Guy Gore Micklethwait (born 1869) JM203
Guy Roland Micklethwait (born 12 Dec 1963) JM291
Born in Sutton Coldfield. B.Eng (Hons) ‘Electrical & Electronic Engineering’ at Nottingham Trent University. Moved to live in Australia in 1988. M.Des.Sc. ‘Film and Digital Video’ at The University of Sydney. Ph.D. in ‘Science Communication’ at The Australian National University, Canberra. http://hdl.handle.net/1885/9486
Guy William Micklethwait (born 1999) JM305
Guy Micklethwait (1910–1985) JM246
Educated at Clifton and University College, Oxford (B.A.) O.B.E. A major in World War II in the Special Operations Executive working behind enemy lines. Retired to Helston, Cornwall. We have a recording of him being interviewed in his retirement by Radio Cornwall.
Hannah or Anne Micklethwait (born 1630) JM66
Baptised 8 Jun 1630 at St Martin’s, York.
Harriet Faber (1780–1836) JM146
Only daughter of Thomas Faber Esq. of Leeds; married 11 Dec 1793 in St Peter’s, Leeds; buried at Leeds. There are two brasses in the City of Leeds room in the church of St Peter, Leeds. The second one states: Also of the above-named Harriett Micklethwait who died 26 Jan 1836 aged 56 years.
Harriet Wood JM135A
Harrington Fountain (born 1650) JM92
Of Lincoln’s Inn, London.
Helen Jane Micklethwait (born 19 Feb 1974) JM299
Henry Brearey JM74
Of York, gent.
Henry Jackson Whitley (1835–1888) JM173
Of The Close, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire and Trinity College Cambridge B.A. – only son of the late William Whitley Esq. of Lancashire. The 1861 Census shows him as married and residing at Ardsley House with his mother-in-law. No mention of his new wife!
Hilda Gore Micklethwait (born 1877) JM211
Of Penhein, Nr Chepstow; married 19 Feb 1913.
Hon Ivy Mary Stapleton JM228
Daughter of 10th Baron Beaumont, married 9 May 1929 at Carlton Towers, Yorkshire.
James Herbert Budgett JM206
Son of late W.H. Budgett of Stoke House, Clifton.
James Hearn JM299A
James Richard Micklethwait (born 9 Sep 1976) JM300
Jane (2nd wife) (1636–1718) JM62
Died aged 82; buried at Darfield.
Jane Evelyn Codrington JM253
Eldest daughter of William Melville Codrington, CMG, MC, MA of Preston Hall, Uppingham, Rutland. Married 26 Jan 1961.
Jane Mawhood (nee Prince) (1668–1747) JM100
Daughter of John Prince of Woolley and widow of John Mawhood of Ardsley. Married 29 Oct 1728; buried at Darfield on the 10 Sep 1747. Source: Archbishop of York Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1660–1689.
Jane Ruth Micklethwait (1702–1774) JM107
Baptised at Darfield 12 Jun 1702; married there 13 Jan 1732. Mentioned in the will of Richard Micklethwait JM78. Source: Archbishop of York Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1660–1689.
Jane Micklethwait JM20
Living in 1589
Jane Micklethwait (born 1558) JM14G
Named in the marriage settlement which covers the marriage of her son John JM60 and Catherine Greaves JM61.
Jennet (born 1493) JM2
Born in Ingbirchworth, Yorkshire.
Joan Micklethwait JM32
Joan Micklethwait JM21
John Geldart JM46
Merchant and Alderman of The City of York.
John James Knox (born 1927) JM279
John Lachlan Macdonald JM254
Only son of Colonel Kenneth Lachlan Macdonald D S O of Tote, Isle of Skye.
John Douglas Pelham Micklethwait (1933 – 13 Jan 2017) JM263
Educated at Eton, married 7 Feb 1959. Died aged 83.
John Gore Micklethwait (born 1866) JM201
John Julian Pollard Micklethwait (born 1961) JM295
Born 1 Nov 1961.
John Kent Micklethwait (1908–1984) JM236
Born at Crewe Cottage, Haslington, Crewe. Educated at Rossall. Married 4 Aug 1934 in The Chapel of The Savoy, London. Inherited the Danby and Tranmire estates in North Yorkshire. Served as Captain in World War II (1940–45). Worked before and after the war in the Dunlop Tyre Co. Died and cremated in Sutton Coldfield.
John Leonard Micklethwait (1869–1950) JM197
Born at Ardsley House; baptised at Christ Church, Ardsley on 11 Jan 1870. The 1881 Census shows him at Temple Grove Grammar School (age 11) in Mortlake Surrey. Educated at Rugby, married 16 Aug 1894. The 1901 Census shows him living with his wife, daughter and son at Haigh Hall, Swithen Haigh, Kexborough, Yorkshire. Designed a special plough which enabled moorland to be cultivated. (Yorkshire Herald article dated 13 Oct 1917 refers).
John Patrick Micklethwait (born 30 Jan 1936) JM261
Born in Leicester; educated at Bradfield College. National Service Captain RA. Married 28 Oct 1961 in Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield. Retired from full-time employment in 1997 after 40 years in business. In 1998, John and his wife were invited by Queen Elizabeth II to attend her Garden Party at Buckingham Palace as a thank you for work that John had undertaken for the then UK Government. Later became the Chairman of Leisure East Devon Ltd. As a hobby, undertook family history research, which resulted in him transferring our family tree onto computer and updating it. With the help of his son Guy, he established the first Micklethwait family website for the benefit of future generations at www.micklethwait.org
John Pollard Micklethwait (16 Nov 1836–1909) JM180
Born at Ardsley House; of Penhein, Caerwent, Monmouthshire and Thornville, Yorkshire. He was married at Cheltenham 5 Jul 1865. Barrister-at-law, The Middle Temple 1862. Justice of the Peace. Died 31 Jul 1909. See also 1841, 1861 and 1871 Census returns.
John Raymond Micklethwait (1899–1966) JM232
Of Scarborough, Yorkshire; educated at Harrow and Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge (B.A. 1920 M.A.) Married 3 Jan 1929, emigrated to Rhodesia. Served in World War I in RFASR and in World War II in the RAFVR.
John Micklethwait (1698–1753) JM99
Of the Old Manor House, Ardsley, baptised at Darfield and married there 29 Oct 1728. He was mentioned in the will of Richard Micklethwait JM78, died s.p. and was buried at Darfield on 3 Oct 1753. Copy of will obtained – proved February 1754.
John Micklethwait (1624–1697) JM60
Of Ingbirchworth and of Ardsley; born at Ingbirchworth, Penistone in 1624. Buried 7 May 1697 at Penistone. Copy of will dated 1696 obtained. The marriage settlement refers to this John’s father as Richard Micklethwait of Ingbirchworth. Hearth Tax 1672 states three hearths.
John Micklethwait (1607–1608) JM56
Baptised at Holy Trinity, Micklegate, York on 10 Nov 1607 – buried there 2 Apr 1608.
John Micklethwait JM37A
Mentioned in Elias Micklethwait’s will in 1633. Ingbirchworth.
John Micklethwait (died 23 Nov 1671) JM37
Of Grange Farmhouse, Ingbirchworth, now known as The Grange, has inscribed over the front door the words ‘John Micklethwait owned this house 1624’. Buried at Penistone 23 Nov 1671. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
John Micklethwait JM29
Living 1589. Ingbirchworth. Clothier.
John Micklethwait JM14A
Aged 40 years or more at his father’s death. Of Ingbirchworth. Hearth Tax 1672 states five hearths.
John Micklethwait (21 Nov 1795–1861) JM149
Born at Ardsley House; baptised at Horsforth 25 Jan 1796; of Ardsley House and of Thornville, Yorkshire. Lord of the Manor of Ardsley; married 18 May 1825 at Skipwith; buried at Christ Church, Ardsley 12 Jul 1861. Will proved 25 Oct 1861. Copy of will obtained – 38 pages! See also 1841 Census. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
John Micklethwait (1759–1838) JM135
Born at Ardsley House; of Birk House and Shepcote House, Ardsley, a merchant in Leeds, baptised at Darfield 28 Sep 1759. He died unmarried and was buried in St. George Church, Barnsley. Will proved Nov 1838. Had an illegitimate family with Harriet Wood. His eldest son Thomas followed his father’s example with Mary Ann Downing! See John’s will. Copy obtained. Descendants are shown on Branch 1b.
John Micklethwait (1726–1792) JM123
Baptised at St Peter, Leeds on 3 Mar 1726; Mayor of that town in 1779. A brass on a stone on the floor of the choir and below a blank shield at St Peter’s Church, Leeds state: ‘In memory of John Micklethwait Esq, Alderman of this Borough, who departed this life on the 14th day of March in the year of our Lord 1792 aged 66 years.’ Copy of will obtained. Probate reads as follows: John Micklethwait formerly of Featherstone Bldgs, in the parish of St. Andrew Holborn, London but late of Kingston in the County of Surrey, decd. Sole Executor his brother Richard ID124. Beneficiaries: Wife Mary nee Argill JM123A. Nephews Richard JM132, John JM135, Thomas JM145, and Benjamin JM141. Nieces: Eleanor JM144, Mary JM139, and Anna JM140. He is mentioned on the St Andrew Holborn, London page.
John Micklethwayt (died 1594) JM3
Of Ingbirchworth, eldest son and heir; born between 1516 and 1530, living 1544; died intestate, administration of his effects granted to his son, Elias, 17 Feb 1596/7. Copy of grant of probate obtained. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page, the Origin & History page and the Coats of Arms page.
John Micklethwayte (born 1546) JM11
Of Ingbirchworth; married in 1593 and obtained a certificate of his arms in 1626. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
John Emanuel Nichols (died 1861) JM152
John Micklethwait (25 Apr 1628–1660) JM67
Of Swine, Holderness, Yorkshire and of the Inner Temple, London, Barrister-at-law, J.P. for the East Riding. Born at Swine, baptised at St Martin’s, Micklegate, 25 Apr 1628; mentioned in Elias Micklethwaite’s will JM15 in 1633 – gentleman. Buried at Swine. Will obtained – dated 16 Feb 1660 – proved at London 31 Oct 1660. He is mentioned on the East Riding of Yorkshire & London page.
John Felix Stephane Trethowan Micklethwait (born 2001) JM312
Jonas Micklethwait (1710–1756) JM103
Of Ingbirchworth; baptised at Darfield 20 Jun 1710; his uncle Richard Micklethwait of Ingbirchworth JM78 left his estate to Jonas. Jonas resided at Annat Royd, Ingbirchworth; buried at Penistone on the 20 Nov 1756. Memorial in Penistone Church refers to him as Josias – see Hunter’s South Yorkshire Volume II. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Jonas (John) Micklethwait (1663–1732) JM81
Of Ardsley and of Ingbirchworth, died unmarried leaving his property to his nephew Benjamin JM101.
Jonathan Micklethwait Lindgren (born 2000) JM308
Born Copenhagen. Name changed by deed poll to Ocean Jonathan Devach.
Joseph Micklethwait (born 1656) JM90
Of Swine in Holderness, baptised at St John’s, Beverley 5 Jul 1656. Ward of his Aunt Constance, Lady Henley. Educated at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. Gray’s Inn, London. 27 Nov 1672. Married in 1677 to his first cousin Constance. Extract from will obtained. Will dated 9 Aug 1686, Codicil 18 Jun 1688. Proved at York 5 Feb 1712/3. Died before 1696. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page. He is mentioned on the East Riding of Yorkshire & London page.
Joseph Micklethwait (1639–1670) JM71
Of York Gent, baptised 6 Dec 1639 at St. Martin’s Micklegate, York; educated at Sidney College, Cambridge. Died unmarried – buried in York Minster 30 Mar 1670. Will dated 29 Sep 1669. Proved at York 5 Apr 1670.
Joseph Micklethwait JM35
Of Ingbirchworth, eldest son and heir.
Joseph Micklethwait (1594–1658) JM42
Christened in St John Ousebridge, York. Dr Joseph, M.D., J.P. of Swine in Holderness which manor he purchased from the Darcy’s in 1639. Baptised 8 Nov 1594 at St. Johns York. Educated at Caius College, Cambridge. BA 1614/5. MA 1618. Inherited all the property of his brother, Elias of Swaithe Hall JM52. Buried 7 Sep 1658 at York Minster. Will proved in London on 2 Dec 1658. Copy obtained. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page and on the East Riding of Yorkshire & London page.
Joseph Viscount Micklethwait (1680 – 16 Jan 1733) JM113
Of Swine Yorkshire and of Coatham Conyers and Cosham in the parish of Long Newton, County Durham. Was Secretary to the Earl Stanhope, The English Ambassador at The Court of Madrid, Spain in 1708, afterwards M.P. for Arundel (1718–27) and Hull (1727–33). Created Baron Micklethwait of Portarlington on 7 Aug 1724 and Viscount Micklethwait of Longford in Ireland 30 May 1727. He died unmarried. He was buried 26 Jan 1733 at Monken Hadley, Middlesex. Will dated 5 Jan 1733, codicil 5 Jan 1733; proved at York 22 Feb 1733 leaving much of his estates to Mrs. Anne Ewer of Westminster, London. Copy of will obtained. The title became extinct. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page. He is mentioned on the Origin & History page. See Coats of Arms page. He is mentioned on the East Riding of Yorkshire & London page. He is mentioned on the St Andrew Holdorn, London page.
Joshua Dallas Bernard Micklethwait (born 4 Nov 2002) JM318
Joshua Richard Micklethwait (born 3 Jan 1997) JM310
Judith Ann Hunt (born 16 Feb 1941) JM262
Daughter of Mr and Mrs H. V. Hunt of Sutton Coldfield.
Judith Anne Thacker (born 1966) JM298
Katherine Micklethwait (1734–1738) JM131
Kevin Van Breda JM290A
Kevin Micklethwait ((died 1993) JM289
Kit William Osbourne Micklethwait Westman (born 19 Jul 2018) JM302C
Kitty Rita Robinson (24 Feb 1908 – 16 Jul 2010) JM237
Youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Walter Robinson of Northampton.
Laura Micklethwait (1867–1944) JM196
Married 24 Apr 1890 at Christ Church, Ardsley.
Laurence Isabelle Raillard JM296
Leanne Carol Haughton nee Stirling (born 31 Oct 1967) JM291A
Daughter of Roy Stirling and Margaret Jill McLeod.
Lizzy Westman JM302A
Llewelyn William Atcherley (died 1954) JM193
Major General Sir Llewellyn, Decorations: K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O. He entered the army and served with the Ashanti expedition (1895/6); in The South African war (1899–1902) and in the Great War (1914–18). Besides being entitled to wear the Victorian Order, he held the Queen’s medal (6 clasps), The King’s medal (2 clasps), and the Ashanti star. He served on the staff of Lord Kitchener at Pretoria and was twice mentioned in despatches during the South African campaign. He was appointed as Assistant Quartermaster – General of the regular forces. On passing into the reserve, he was appointed Chief Constable of Shropshire then after two years he became Chief Constable of The West Riding from 1908 until 1919. Then H. M. Inspector of Constabulary for the north of England. (His twin sons both joined the RAF – one became an Air Vice Marshal and the other became an Air Marshal).
Louis Hartley JM210
Son of George Hartley of Timperley, Cheshire. (1 Wondedzo, near Fort Victoria, Zimbabwe)
Louis Micklethwait (born 2003) JM314
Lucy Gabrielle Curtis (born 1951) JM277
Devises books on art for children. Find out about her Harper Collins books.
Mabel Winifred Meyrick (1868–1960) JM198
Daughter of Rev. Frederick Meyrick, Rector of Blickling. Married 16 Aug 1894 at Blickling, Aylsham, Norfolk.
Magdalene Ardington (2nd wife) (1590 – 20 Aug 1623) JM17
Of St Helen’s, York. Widow of ? Ardington. Married Elias 31 Aug 1612 in Holy Trinity, Micklegate, York. Source: Paver’s Marriage License Index and IGI M011101. Buried there Aug 1623.
Mandy Mary Milner (born 18 Jan 1964) JM294
Margaret Levens (died 25 Jan 1681) JM73
Daughter of Thomas Levens of Rusholme, Yorkshire, gentleman; buried at Long Marston.
Margaret Micklethwait (born 1565) JM14J
Born in Ingbirchworth, Yorkshire. Married at St. Martin’s, York 16 Nov 1595.
Margaret Micklethwait JM14C
Margaret Micklethwait (born 14 Jan 1695) JM121
Baptised at Terrington, Yorkshire 14 Jan 1695, Witness at Dalby 11 Oct 1717.
Margaret Whitley (died 1664) JM64
Daughter and sole heiress of Richard Whitley of The New Manor House, Ardsley. Married in 1655. Buried at Darfield 1 Dec 1664.
Margaret Ellin Stormonth Key Matterson (died 1950) JM192
Eldest Daughter of Major William Key Matterson, Cheshire Regiment of Drayton Court, Taunton. Married 2 Aug 1893 at St Georges, Westminster St George, Hanover Square, London.
Marian Augusta Micklethwait (born 1827) JM175
See 1841 and 1871 Census returns.
Marian Adelaide Chetwynd Talbot (1908–1992) JM233
Only daughter of Mr and Mrs Bertram Chetwynd Talbot – relative of the Earl of Shrewsbury. Married on 3 Jan 1929 at St Nicholas, Cholderton, Nr. Salisbury, Wilts.
Marie Louise Henderson JM271
Only daughter of R. Syme Henderson, of Hamilton House, Englefield Green, Surrey.
Marion Wendy Micklethwait (born 1936) JM258
Mark Micklethwait (1653–1696) JM96
Of Marston, Yorkshire. Baptised at Long Marston 30 Sep 1653. Educated at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.B.A. 1673/4. Incorporated Oxford University as Marmaduke M.A. 1677. Sources: Alumni Cantabrigienses and Alumni Oronienses. Rector / Vicar. Translator of The History of Olivaires of Castile … Translated out of the Spanish into the Italian tongue by Francesco Portonari, and from the Italian made English by Mark Micklethwait (pub. 1695). Buried in York Minster 21 Nov 1696.
Mark Micklethwait (27 Apr 1597 – 1648) JM50
Born in Swinegate, York. Baptised 27 Apr 1597 at St John Ousebridge, York. Educated at Sidney College, Cambridge. BA 1616/7. MA 1620. Rector of Long Marston, near York, 1622–48. Buried at Long Marston 18/11/1648. Died intestate. Administration granted to his widow Agnes 20 Dec 1648. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Martha Micklethwait (1612–1634) JM53
Married on 12 Feb 1628 in Worsborough, Yorkshire. Martha JM53 is also on Branch 2a.
Martha Micklethwait (1787 1859) JM153
Of Guiseley. Married at St Peter’s Church, Leeds on 28 May 1810. Source: Archbishop of York Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1660–1689. Buried in St Oswald’s Church, Guiseley in the family grave. Source: Monumental inscription.
Mary Aboyne (born 1550) JM12
Daughter of Henry Aboyne. Married in 1593 at Ingbirchworth.
Mary Argill JM123A
Married by license on 26 Oct 1789 at St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London. Source: Pallot’s marriages. Mentioned in the codicil to her husband’s will.
Mary Anne Atkinson (1800–1869) JM150
Eldest daughter of Miles Atkinson Esq. of Skipwith Hall, near York and his wife Catherine, daughter of Capt. Baynes, R.N. Of Knostrof Hall. Married 18 May 1825 at Skipwith, Yorkshire. The 1861 Census shows her to be living at Ardsley House. Died aged 69 at Cheltenham. Buried 14 Jan 1869 at Christ Church, Ardsley. See also 1841 Census and Archbishop of York Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1660–1689.
Mary Gore (1845–1921) JM181
Only child of Frederick Gore Esq. Married 5 Jul 1865 at Christ Church, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. See 1871 Census return.
Mary Elizabeth Micklethwait (1789 – 5 Jul 1790) JM154
Buried in St Oswald’s Church, Guiseley in the family grave. Source: Monumental inscription.
Mary Ellen Micklethwait (6 Nov 1801 – 3 Jun 1884) JM159
Baptised at Horsforth 25 Jan 1802. See also 1841 and 1871 Census returns. Will exists.
Mary Imogen Micklethwait (born 1931) JM255
Born 15 Aug 1931, married 2 Jun 1961 John Lachlan Macdonald of Tote House, Skeabost Bridge, Isle of Skye.
Mary Micklethwait ((died 14 Oct 1661) JM75
Baptised 1632/3, married 1642/3, buried at St John’s, York.
Mary Micklethwait (born 1599) JM41
Of Swine, Yorkshire. Baptised 23 Feb 1599 in St John Ousebridge, York. Married 24 Dec 1619 at Holy Trinity, York. Source: Paver’s Marriage License Index.
Mary Micklethwait JM23
Living in 1589.
Mary Micklethwait (177 –1856) JM139
Baptised at Darfield 27 Apr 1772 and died unmarried at Leeds 13 Sep 1856. Buried at Darfield. See also 1841 Census.
Mary Raywood 1731–1798) JM125
Daughter of ? Raywood Esq. of Ardsley and sister of Richard Raywood Esq. of that place. Married 1753. Died aged 67, buried at Darfield 2 Apr 1798.
Mary Stainsby (born 1535) JM4
Of Ingbirchworth, Yorkshire. Daughter of Henry Stainsby. Married in 1545.
Matilda Hawksworth JM34
Daughter of Richard Hawksworth of Brodoke. Marriage settlement seen at Sheffield archives. Married 1573.
Maude Gore Micklethwait (1873–1951) JM213
Born in Chepstow 1873 died unmarried.
Maurice Jones (died 1868) JM176
Lt. R N – later Jones-Saltoun of Ifronfraith, Montgomeryshire. D L, J P, High Sheriff, County of Montgomeryshire 1857. Eldest surviving son of Admiral Sir Charles Thomas Jones of Fron Fraith, Montgomeryshire.
Michael St John Micklethwait (born 1964) JM297
Mike Donald (born 1972) JM288A
Molly Gabrielle Micklethwait (born 1982) JM303
Muriel Frances Micklethwait (1909–1996) JM238
Born in Haslington, Crewe. Died in Harpenden, Hertfordshire.
Nicholas Stead (1705–1748) JM108
Son of Thomas Stead of Onesacre; born and christened in Bradfield. In 1691 the Stead family had purchased More Hall, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire (in the valley of the River Don opposite to Wharncliffe Woods) where Nicholas and Anne resided. In 1836 the Stead family changed their name to comply with a stipulation in an inheritance to Pegge-Burnell of Beauchief Abbey; buried 26 Apr 1748.
Oscar Jacques John Micklethwait (born 30 Jan 2006) JM316
Born in Canberra, Australia
Penelope Fleur Micklethwait (born 2 May 2006) JM317
Peter Micklethwait JM19
Peter David Taylor (1932–2004) JM256
Peter Bernard Micklethwait (born 1945) JM272
Educated Marlborough and Trinity College, Cambridge.
Philip Michael Aldridge Micklethwait (born 2005) JM315
Philippa Jennette Bosanquet (1914–2009) JM243
Second daughter of Sir Samuel Ronald Courthope Bosanquet, K.C. of Dingestow Court, Monmouth.
Ralph Micklethwayt (1518 – 9 Aug 1584) JM5
Born in Ingbirchworth, Yorkshire. Of York, merchant, a Freeman of that city, by purchase, in 1553. Sheriff in 1572–3; buried at St John’s, Micklegate, York. Will dated 8 Aug 1584 proved 16 Nov 1584 at York. Will obtained. He is mentioned on the Origin & History page.
Rev Thomas Needham JM88
Vicar of Darfield, Yorkshire. BA of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge.
Richard Carr JM110
Of Birley Edge, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire – Gentleman.
Richard Gerald Micklethwait (1896 – 2 Jul 1976) JM227
Of Ardsley House, Barnsley, born in London. Baptised at Christ Church, Ardsley 30 Nov 1896. Educated at Eton and Christ Church, Oxford. The last Lord of The Manor of Ardsley. Ardsley House was sold and eventually converted into a Best Western Hotel. The Lady Stappleton chapel in Snaith Parish Church (commonly called the Micklethwait chapel) was a gift from Richard Gerald. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Richard John Micklethwait (born 11 Aug 1962) JM284
The Editor-in-Chief of Bloomberg News. For more information, read his Wikipedia page.
Richard Key Micklethwait (1868–1908) JM191
Of Ardsley, J.P., West Riding, Yorks; Major Yorkshire Dragoons. Baptised 16 May 1868 at Christ Church, Ardsley; educated Eton and Trinity College, Cambridge (B.A.); married at St Georges, Hanover Square, London 2 Aug 1893. In 1905 moved for health reasons to Zeals House, Zeals, Nr. Wincanton, Wilts. Died at Tunbridge Wells. Buried in the family vault at Ardsley, Barnsley. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Richard Miles Micklethwait (1934 – 17 Sep 2009) JM252
Of Preston Hall, Oakham, Rutland. Educated at Ampleforth and Christ Church, Oxford.
Richard Tom Micklethwait (born 1997) JM304
Richard Micklethwait (1697–1773) JM97
Of Ardsley and Leeds, succeeded to Ingbirchworth on the death of his first cousin once removed, Richard Micklethwait JM86 in 1750. Baptised at Darfield 8 Apr 1697, married in 1725; mentioned in the will of Richard Micklethwait JM78. A stone on the floor of the nave in the Parish Church of St Peter, Leeds states that Richard JM97 was buried there on 11 Jun 1773 aged 76 alongside his late wife and two daughters. Will proved Aug 1773. Copy of will obtained.
Richard Micklethwait (1657–1750) JM86
He held lands in Ardsley, Goldthorpe, Bolton and Hickleton, which he bequeathed to the children of his cousin Benjamin JM79. He inherited Annat Royd (alias Oxcloses) from his father. He died s.p. aged 93 and was buried at Darfield 15 Jun 1750. Will dated 1 Oct 1717 and 17 Jun 1745 (copy obtained). Contemporary with this Richard was a Richard Micklethwait of Spink Hall, (ID ?) who attended the funeral of Douglas, his wife. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Richard Micklethwait (1650–1730) JM78
Of Ingbirchworth and Leeds. Died 1730 aged 80. Source: Penistone Church memorial noted by Hunter and reported in his Hunter’s South Yorkshire Volume II. Copy of will obtained.
Richard Micklethwait JM57
Of Ingbirchworth. Referred to in the marriage settlement which covers the marriage of his son John JM60 and Catherine Greaves JM61. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Richard Micklethwait (1559–1601) JM33
Of Ingbirchworth, Yeoman. In an inquisition held in Barnsley on 14 May 1590, Richard was said to be aged 30 at the date of his father’s death in Aug 1589. Will dated 10 Mar 1599 proved 30 Apr 1601. Copy of will obtained.
Richard Micklethwait (1938–2017) JM266
Of Penhein, Caerwent, Nr Chepstow. Born in Gravesend, Kent. Educated at Radley and Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Richard Micklethwait (8 Oct 1830–1888) JM170
Of Ardsley House, Barnsley and Thornville, Yorkshire, J.P. and D.L. West Riding of York, late Captain West York Rifles. Baptised 25 Nov 1830 at Thornton by Pocklington. Source: 1841 Census. The 1861 Census shows Richard as unmarried living at Ardsley House with his mother and the family. Married 7 Jun 1866; buried 13 Jul 1888 at Christ Church, Ardsley. Copy of original will obtained. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Richard Micklethwait (1792 – 18 Feb 1823) JM148
Of Leeds; died unmarried; buried in St Oswald’s Church, Guiseley in the family grave. Source: Monumental inscription. Copy of will obtained.
Richard Micklethwait (1756 – 3 Jun 1822) JM132
Merchant of Ardsley House and New Laithes Grange, Horsforth, near Leeds, baptised at Darfield 19 Mar 1756; buried 8 Jun 1822 at St Oswald, Guiseley in the family grave. Source: Monumental inscription. Copy of will obtained. Proved Oct 1822. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Richard Micklethwait (1727–1800) JM124
Born and baptised at St. Peter Leeds 9 Mar 1727, built a nvew house at Ardsley, (Ardsley House). Beneficiary listed in the 1745 will of Richard Micklethwait JM86; married 1753; buried at Darfield. Will proved Jun 1800. Copy of will obtained. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Richard Micklethwayt (1520–1589) JM9
Of Ingbirchworth, yeoman, sole Executor of his father’s will dated 1 Aug 1589, proved 13 Nov 1589 at York. Brothers John JM3 and Anthony JM7 were supervisors. Copy of will obtained. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Richard Sotwell JM14D
Of Catling Hall, in Hoyland Swaine, Yorkshire. Died circa 1622.
Richard Sykes (16 Oct 1628 – 8 Feb 1669) JM76
Rector of Spofforth and Prebendary of The Cathedral Church of St. Peter, York. Baptised at Kirkheaton 16 Oct 1628. Died 8 Feb 1669. Will dated 14 Jan 1669.
Richard Micklethwayt (1490–1544) JM1
Yeoman of Ingbirchworth in the Parish of Penistone, Yorkshire. Will dated 19 Feb 1544. Proved at York 30 Mar 1546 inq. p.m. taken at Doncaster 10 Aug, 15 Elizabeth (1572), states that he died 3 Nov 1544. Mentioned in The Harleian Society publication Familie Minorum Gentium 1895 page 759 and in Dugdale’s Visitation of Yorkshire (1666) page 358. Will obtained. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Robert Gore Micklethwait (born 1902) JM242
Sir Robert, educated at Clifton and Trinity College, Oxford (M.A.). Married 25 Jul 1936. Barrister-at-law, Middle Temple 1925; Reader in 1965 and Treasurer in 1971. Queens Counsel; Recorder of Worcester 1946–59; Deputy Chairman Staffordshire Qtr. Sessions 1956–59; Chief National Insurance Commissioner; Hon. Knight; Hon. Society of the Knights of the Round Table. Served with Royal Observer Corps. 1938–40, Civil Assistant War Office 1940–45.
Roger Micklethwayt (1552 – 1 Nov 1627) JM14
Of Ingbirchworth. Following his death, post-mortem taken at Barnsley 6 Sep 1631
Rufus White (born 4 Jan 1978) JM303A
Ruth Micklethwait (born 1656) JM83
Married at Penistone 30 Jan 1678.
Ruth Margaret Unwin (born 1944) JM267
Samuel Micklethwait (born 9 Jan 1991) JM309
Samuel Pawson (born 1597) JM40
Of York. Merchant.
Samuel Thomas Scaley JM143
Wine merchant of Leeds.
Samuel Tottie (died 1778) JM104
Of Methley, near Leeds.
Sandra Joy Micklethwait (born 1986) JM290
Sarah Lister JM142
Of Bradfield in the diocese of Yorkshire. Married in Sheffield 16 May 1795. Source: Archbishop of York Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1660–1689.
Sarah Micklethwait JM24
Shirley Micklethwait (born 1972) JM288
Married in 1997.
Sophie Hamrouni JM295A
St John Aldrich Micklethwait (1901–1977) JM240
Educated Royal Naval Colleges Osborne and Dartmouth. Served H.M.S. Thunderer in World War I as midshipman. Served Royal Navy in World War II in Tribal Class destroyers. Awarded first of three D.S.O.s in 1939, second in 1940 at Second Battle of Narvik and third in 1942 at Battle of Sirte in Mediterranean. Captured Tobruk in 1942 and prisoner of war in Italy and Germany until 1945. Retired as Rear Admiral in 1954. High Sheriff, Monmouthshire 1959 and Deputy Lieutenant 1960. Chairman Cwmbran Development Corporation for nine years. 1929 married Clemence Penelope Olga Welby-Everard. Address: Penhein, Llanvair Discoed, Monmouthshire. Club: United Services Club, Pall Mall, London. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
St John Gore Micklethwait (1870–1951) JM204
Born at Stratford-on-Avon; of Penhein, LLanvair Discoed, Nr. Chepstow, Monmouthshire. J.P. Educated Clifton and New College Oxford (M.A, B.C.L.). Married 4 Aug 1898 Annie Elizabeth. Barrister-at-law, Middle Temple 1893. Master of the Bench of the Middle Temple 1921. Reader 1930, Treasurer 1933, Recorder of Reading from 1923. Appointed King’s Counsel 1927. Deputy Chairman 1934–36, Chairman 1936–45. Middlx. Qtr. Sessions, Dep. Chairman Monmouthshire Qtr. Sessions from 1935, Chancellor of the Diocese of Monmouth 1935–38, Chairman of Merchandise Marks Committee of Board of Agriculture; Aliens’ Tribunal; Tunbridge Wells 1939; Chairman Aliens Advice Committee, South Area 1940. Member of Governing Body and Representative Body of Church in Wales. See 1871 Census and reference to Stratford-on-Avon. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Stephen Micklethwait (born 1561) JM18
Living in 1589. He is mentioned on the Origin & History page.
Susan Catherine Staveley Shinkwin (2nd wife) JM265
Susanna Micklethwait JM301
Susannah Micklethwait (1600 – 12 Oct 1622) JM45
Born in Swine, Yorkshire. Baptised 19 Oct 1600 in St John Ousebridge, York; married 6 Nov 1621; buried Oct 1622, all at Holy Trinity, Micklegate, York.
Susannah Micklethwait (born 1560) JM14K
Tabitha Micklethwait (1604–1638) JM47
Baptised 18 Jun 1604; married 14 Dec 1628 at Long Marston; buried 21 Aug 1638 at All Saints Pavement, York.
Tessa Juliet Micklethwait (born 8 Apr 2001) JM307
Thomas Brooke JM82
Thomas Dickenson Knt. JM65
Sir Thomas of Kirkby Hall, Yorkshire. An Alderman of York and Lord Mayor in 1648 and 1657. Knighted by Oliver Cromwell in 1657.
Thomas Driffield (born 1568) JM14L
Of Ingbirchworth, Yorkshire.
Thomas Micklethwait (1766–1839) JM145
Of Leeds and Claxton Grange, Nr Bossall, Yorkshire. Baptised at Darfield 23 Oct 1766. There are two brasses on a stone on the floor of the choir, below a blank shield, in the church of St Peter’s in Leeds. The second one states: ‘Also of the above-named Thomas Micklethwait who died 11 Jan 1839, aged 74 years.’ Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page. Thomas JM145 is also on Branch 1c.
Thomas Micklethwait (26 Aug 1698–1756) JM122
Baptised 26 Aug 1698 at Terrington, Yorkshire. Sole Executor of his father’s will in 1720. Thomas became an apprentice to Richard Kitchingham for a period of seven years commencing in 1714 according to Wilson’s book entitled Gentleman Merchants. He was Mayor of Leeds in 1735 and again in 1752. He and his wife lived at Red Hall in King Charles Croft, Headrow, Leeds. It was reputed to be the first house in Leeds to be built of brick. Now demolished. There is an inscription in St Peters Leeds Parish Church to Thomas and his wife Elizabeth.
Thomas Micklethwait (1678 – 28 Mar 1718) JM112
Of Swine and of Grindon, County Durham. Baptised at Holy Trinity, Micklegate, York 19 Jul 1678. Educated at Jesus College, Cambridge. Inherited the estates of Sir. John Cropley, Bart. of Clerkenwell (see Burke’s Extinct and Dormant Baronetcies 2nd Edition), was MP for Arundel 1715/8. Lord Commissioner of The Treasury in 1717. Appointed Lieutenant-General of the Ordnance 19 Mar 1717. Buried at St Andrew Holborn, London on 4 Apr 1718 formerly of Devonshire Street, St Andrew Holborn. Will dated 23 Sep 1715 codicil 12 Aug 1717; proved at London on 12 Jun 1718; a copy of the will obtained. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page, the East Riding of Yorkshire & London page and the St Andrew Holborn, London page.
Thomas Morton (died 1623) JM58A
Thomas Stillington JM69
Of Kelfield, Yorkshire. Son of John and Ursula Stillington.
Thomas Williams JM208
Dr Thomas MD.
Thomas Taylor (1697–1784) JM106
Of Barnsley; died aged 87. Will dated 12 Dec 1782.
Thos Wetherell (born 1572) JM14H
Of Ingbirchworth, Yorkshire.
Tiffany Sarah Thomas (born 2 Sep 1973) JM300A
Tina Date (2nd wife) (born 1941) JM278
Unknown (born 1567) JM14F
Of Ingbirchworth, Yorkshire.
Walter Harry Micklethwait (born 1978) JM302
William James Micklethwait (born 13 Jul 1964) JM286
Educated: Ampleforth College, Bristol University and INSEAD (MBA)
William Micklethwait (1618–1678) JM63
Of Ingbirchworth and Ardsley, Parish of Darfield yeoman; married Margaret Whitley, the sole heiress of The New Manor House, Ardsley. Hearth Tax records list him as having two hearths in Ardsley in 1672. Buried at Darfield. Left Annat Royd to his son Richard JM86. Will obtained – dated 1 Apr 1667 and proved 27 Feb 1678 gives the tuition of his children, Richard and Ellen, to John Micklethwait of Ingbirchworth JM60. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
William Micklethwait JM30
William Micklethwait (1768–1769) JM147
Baptised at Darfield 31 Aug 1768; buried at Darfield.
William Micklethwait (1753–1753) JM131A
William Micklethwait (1729–1731) JM126
William Micklethwait (1707–1721) JM102
Baptised at Darfield 11 Mar 1707, died at school, aged 14 and buried at Darfield 17 Jun 1721.
Winifred Laura Micklethwait (born 1895) JM235
Born in Leeds; married 16 Dec 1922. (5 Alfred Road, Westerford, Rondebosch, Cape Town, South Africa).