Following are the family members of Branch 2b sorted in alphabetical order by first name.
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Adeline Charlotte Micklethwait (29 Jul 1822 – 20 Aug 1831) JM901
Baptised 29 Jul 1822 at Sprowston. Buried 25 Aug 1831 at Taverham Church.
Alice Micklethwait JM837
Amelia Micklethwait (born 1723) JM866
Christened on 27 Aug 1723 at Cheshunt, Hertford.
Ann Lyng JM821
Daughter of Mr Lyng of London, Merchant.
Ann Micklethwait JM833
Of New England.
Anna Thompson (died 5 Oct 1743) JM857
Married on 30 Mar 1714 at Saint Katherine by the Tower, London. Buried at Birchanger 11 Oct 1743. Source: Birchanger Parish Register.
Annie Sarah Hancocks JM885H
Daughter of William Hancocks. Married at Saint James, Westminster, London
Beatrice Anderson JM421
For more information, see Beatrice JM421 on Branch 2a.
Charlotte Micklethwait (21 Jan 1816 – 29 Jul 1848) JM897
Baptised 21 Jun 1816 at Sprowston. Married 25 Jul 1835 by licence at St Mary, Marylebone, London. (Source Pallot’s marriages).
Charlotte Marriane Harriet Rous (2nd wife) (died 29 Apr 1830) JM882
Lady Charlotte, daughter of John, the 1st Earl of Stradbroke. Married 1810. According to the British Library catalogue they have a publication entitled ‘Tribute to the memory of Lady Charlotte Micklethwait’. She died in Mayfair, London. Buried at Taverham Church on 6 May 1830.
Dame Anne Stanbury (died 5 Apr 1859) JM884
Only daughter of William Stanbury Esq. of Kelmarsh, Northamptonshire and Shobdon, Herefordshire. Married on 20 Jul 1809.
Denham Stiles JM859A
Edward Micklethwait (14 Aug 1797 – 1840) JM885A
Baptised parish of Eversley, Hampshire. Mentioned in the will of Jonathan George Micklethwait – JM874. Copy of Edward’s will dated 1840 obtained.
Elias Micklethwait (born 1582) JM820
Of London. Admitted Caius College, Cambridge 23rd Jun 1599 aged 17 MA 1606. Typscript calendars of The Fishmongers Company refer to the Livery Coy having provided a grant to pay for Elias’s University education.
Elizabeth Bramhall JM885B
Daughter of Thomas Head, Victualler – widow of Joseph Bramhall. Married Edward Micklethwait at Christ Church, Marylebone, London in 1828. (Source Pallot’s marriages).
Elizabeth Micklethwait (born 26 Apr 1656) JM830D
Baptised 6 May 1656 at Saint Stephen, Coleman Street, London. Source IGI.
Elizabeth Micklethwait JM835
Elizabeth Micklethwait JM855
Elizabeth Micklethwait (born 1785) JM882A
Source: Parish Register St Stephen, Norwich.
Elizabeth Micklethwait (born 14 Apr 1796) JM886
Baptised parish of Eversley, Hampshire – Mentioned in the will of Jonathan George Micklethwait JM874.
Elizabeth Peckham (1729 – 18 Aug 1806) JM864
Daughter and heiress of William Peckham (descended from the Peckhams of Yaldham, Kent) of Iridge Place, Salehurst, Sussex. Married on 24 Feb 1756. Lived in Newmarket, Cambridgeshire at the time of her death. Was buried in the same vault as her late husband at Birchanger, Essex on 26 Aug 1806. Copy of will obtained. Various sources including the Bury and Norwich Post at the British Library. Also, Birchanger Parish Records also see tablet referred to under John JM863.
Elizabeth Winterton Timbrell (born 1812) JM885C
Source: 1851 Census.
Emily Charlotte Micklethwait (born 5 Jan 1821) JM910
Baptised 12 Jan 1821 at Sprowston. The 1841 Census finds her at Great Cumberland Place, St Marylebone, London. Married 6 Aug 1846 at St. Faith, Horsham, Norfolk.
Emily Elizabeth Minnie Mills (6 Feb 1826 – 1 May 1891) JM892
Daughter of Sir Charles Mills. Bt. D.L. J.P. and Emily nee Cox. Born at St George’s Hanover Square, London and married there on 29 May 1849. Buried in the Mills family vault at Hillingdon in May 1891. Known as Minny.
Francis Crane JM838
Francis L’Strange Astley JM896
Of Melton Constable, Norfolk. Younger brother of Lord Hastings.
Frederick Edward Tyrwhitt Drake JM907
Frederick Nathaniel Micklethwait (18 Apr 1817 – 18 Oct 1878) JM898
Of Taverham Hall (as tenant) Born in Beeston, Norfolk. Baptised 20 Apr 1817 at Sprowston. The 1841 Census finds him at Great Cumberland Place, St Marylebone, London. In 1856, he inherited The New Iridge Estate from his father. Barrister at Law. The 1861 Census shows him as unmarried visiting people in Hatfield. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
George Nathaniel Micklethwait (18 Aug 1824 – 17 Mar 1901) JM903
Major George, of Taverham Hall, Norfolk and Bath. Born in Taverham Hall. Baptised on 23rd Aug 1824 at Taverham Church. The 1841 Census shows him age 15 at school in Shrewsbury, Shropshire with his elder brother Sotherton JM902 and his younger brother William JM906. J. P. for Norwich. Mentioned in ‘Kelly’s Directory of Norfolk 1900’. In 1894, He inherited The Old Iridge Estate from his elder brother Henry Sharnborne. Service record – India 1845-47: Crimea 1854-6: retired 1858. 1st Vol. Battalion Norfolk Regiment. Died in Bath. Buried at Taverham Church Mar 1901. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Gertrude Charlotte Micklethwait (born 20 Jul 1826) JM905
Born and baptised in Taverham Hall. The 1841 Census finds her at Great Cumberland Place, St Marylebone, London. Married 19 Jul 1847 at All Souls, St Marylebone, London.
Henry Sharnborne Nathaniel Micklethwait (13 Aug 1814 – 25 Jun 1894) JM895
Of Iridge Place, Sussex. J. P. Baptised at Sprowston, 21 Aug 1814. Educated at The Royal Naval College. The 1841 Census finds him at Bisterne Ringwood, Hampshire – the ancestral home of the Mills family JM893. The 1861 Census shows him as Lieutenant Royal Navy. A member of The Commission of Peace. (A Royal Commission issued on a regular basis for each county which set out the powers and names of those appointed to act as Justices of the Peace). Commander R. N. in 1878. In the publication ‘Great Landowners of Great Britain and Ireland 1878’ it is stated that H S N Micklethwait owned 5356 acres in Norfolk; 2,671 acres in Sussex; 1,839 acres in Suffolk and 713 acres in Co. Westmeath, Ireland.
Herbert Langham JM899
Of Cottesbrooke, Northants.
Hester Micklethwait JM839
Mentioned in will of Nathaniel JM830.
James Fellowes JM904
Of Shotesham, Norfolk. J.P., D.L. Born about 1814 in Ramsey, Huntingdon.
Jane Corthine (1754 – 12 Aug 1819) JM871
Of Anlaby, Yorkshire. Married at nearby Kirk Ella on 3rd Jul 1782. Source: Kirk Ella Parish Register. Hatchment at Salehurst. Copy of will obtained. Source: Archbishop of York Marriage Bonds and Allegations 1660-1689.
Joanna Reade (2nd wife) (died 1701) JM831
Daughter of Jonathan Reade – Citizen and draper of London. Copy of will obtained.
John Fawcett Micklethwait JM862
Inherited from his father the Manor House at Ilketshall Bardolfes, Ilketshall St Andrews, Suffolk and part of the Great Tithes of Westleton, Suffolk.
John William Micklethwait (born 1843) JM885D
London Gazette states: Ensign John William Micklethwait to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Pearson. Dated 5 Aug 1864.
John Micklethwait (25 Oct 1719 – 27 Feb 1799) JM863
Christened on 22 Nov 1719 at Cheshunt, Hertford. of Beeston Hall, Norfolk which he purchased from the Fellowes family See No 904 in 1790. Then following his marriage in 1756 of Iridge Place, Salehurst, Sussex. High Sheriff of Sussex in 1770. Inherited land in Westmeath, Ireland from his father. Inherited land in Suffolk from his cousin Nathaniel Fawcett Micklethwait. Inherited land in Birchanger, Essex. Purchased the Hickling Estate in Norfolk in 1750. Died 27 Feb 1799 whilst en route to Bath in an effort to recover his health. Copy of will obtained. Buried at Birchanger, Essex on 5 Mar 1799. Source: Birchanger Parish Records. (See stone tablet high on the north wall of the little chance of St Mary’s Church, Birchanger). Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page. See Coats of Arms page.
John Micklethwait (1757 – 20 Apr 1824) JM870
Of Iridge Place, Sussex and Hillborough, Norfolk. Baptised Iridge Place, Sussex. Married 3 Jul 1782. Left property and land in Norfolk; Suffolk; Essex; Middlesex; Surrey; Sussex; London and Ireland. See his father’s will (I D No 863). Divided the Sussex Iridge Estate into two parts – The New Iridge Estate and The Old Iridge Estate. Referred to as John Micklethwait of Newmarket, Cambridgeshire. Died in his house in Cavendish Place in Bath. Brought to Iridge Place on 30 Apr and buried at St Mary, Salehurst, Sussex on 1 May 1824 – copy of will obtained. Sources: various including Salehurst Parish Register; the Bury and Norwich Post in the British Library. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
John Micklethwait (born 14 Apr 1796) JM885
Baptised Parish of Eversley, Hampshire. Referred to in his father’s will as ‘a captain in His Majesty’s Army’. Described as ‘Army’ in 1841 Census. Copy of will obtained.
John Mills (11 Aug 1789 – 28 Feb 1871) JM893
Of St. Geo Hanover Square, London. Source: Pallot’s marriages. Son of William Mills M.P. and Elizabeth nee Digby. of Bisterne House, Hants. Member of Parliament for Rochester 1831–1834. (His son, Rev. Cecil Mills, became owner of Taverham Hall and in 1905 inherited The New Iridge Estate).
John Tyrwhitt Drake JM909
Rector of Cottesbrooke, Northamptonshire.
John Nathaniel Micklethwait (17 Mar 1812 – 21 Jul 1877) JM891
Born at Beeston, Norfolk – of Taverham Hall, Norfolk, which he inherited in 1856 when his half-brother Nathaniel Waldergrave JM890 died; baptised 22 Mar 1812 in Sprowston, Norfolk; educated Cambridge Magdalen BA; Deacon 1835 and Priest 1836. Source: CCEd. The 1851 Census records that the Rev. John and his wife were living at Coltishall Hall, St Faiths, Norfolk. Inherited The Old Iridge Estate from his uncle Sir Sotherton in 1854. The 1861 Census shows the Rev. John and his wife staying with his wife’s parents at Hillingdon Court, Uxbridge. Died in St Leonards–on–sea of blood poisoning. Buried at Taverham Church. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Jonathan Frederick Micklethwait (born 9 Oct 1800) JM885K
Baptised parish of Eversley, Hampshire.
Jonathan George Micklethwait (born 15 Jan 1803) JM885L
Baptised parish of Eversley, Hampshire.
Jonathan Micklethwait (1665–1712) JM842
Of St Laurence, Poultney, London. Baptised on 6 Oct 1665 at Totteridge, Herfordshire. London Merchant. Copy of will obtained. He is mentioned on the page St Andrew Holborn, London.
Jonathan Micklethwait (died 1747) JM851
Of London and of Cookley, Suffolk. Lived at the Manor of Ilketshall Bardolphes and owned property in Westmeath, Ireland; Croydon; High Holborn; Suffolk including the Great Tithes of Westleton: Norfolk; Sutton Marsh, Lincs. and Lisbon Portugal. Copy of will obtained. He is mentioned on the page, St Andrew Holborn, London.
Jonathan Micklethwait (born 5 Mar 1695) JM858
Educated at Merchant Taylor’s school, Middlesex 1704/5-1710.
Jonathan George Micklethwait (26 Dec 1764 – 27 Feb 1838) JM874
Rev. Jonathan of Warbrooke House near Hartford Bridge in the parish of Eversley in the County of Hants: Baptised at Sprowston, Norfolk. Source: Sprowston Parish Records. Educated at Queens College, Cambridge. Ordained Deacon (Norwich) 1787, Chaplain of Worlingham, Suffolk. A beneficiary of his father’s will – see Codicil JM2 dated 27 Feb 1799. Copy of his will obtained.
Joseph Andrews JM854
Joseph Benson (born 1645) JM844
Laura Charlotte Micklethwait (18 Oct 1819 – 3 Sep 1861) JM900
Baptised 24 Oct 1819 at Sprowston. Married on 25 Jun 1839 in St. Margaret’s, Westminster, London. Buried at Cottesbrooke.
Maria Diana Charlotte Micklethwait (born 1830) JM908
Born in St George’s London. The 1841 Census finds her at Great Cumberland Place, St Marylebone, London. Married in London on 28 Jul 1859. Died after 1881.
Maria Wilhelmina Waldegrave (1st wife) (14 Jul 1783 – 20 Feb 1805) JM881
Lady Maria, daughter of George Gower Waldegrave, 4 Earl of Waldergrave and Elizabeth Laura of Chewton, Somerset. Married 26 Jan 1804 in Taverham. Died at the age of 21 in childbirth – monument at the church of St. Mary and St. Margaret, Sprowston, Norfolk.
Mary Micklethwait (born 1592) JM824
Matilda Micklethwait (born 1835) JM885E
Source: Parish Register Old Church, St Pancras, London also 1841 and 1851 Census.
Michael Micklethwait (1721–1753) JM865
Christened 1 Oct 1721 in Cheshunt, Hertford. Inherited property in Croydon and High Holborn, London. Died a bachelor in Jersey. Copy of will obtained.
Mrs Anna Pettit JM852
Nathaniel Fawcett Micklethwait (died 12 Dec 1757) JM861
Of Beeston, Norfolk. Inherited property in Suffolk and Beeston, Norfolk. Buried at Sprowston. Source: Sprowston Parish Records. Copy of will obtained.
Nathaniel Micklethwait (born 1592) JM823
Typscript calendars of The Fishmongers Company refer to the Livery Coy having provided a grant to pay for Nathaniel’s University education.
Nathaniel Micklethwait (9 Apr 1612 – 1686) JM830
Educated at Merchant Taylor’s school, Middlesex 1626-1629. London Merchant. Member of the Fishmongers Company; proved his Uncle Paul’s will in 1639. Owned land in Westmeath, Ireland. Copy of will obtained. He is referred to in The Rulers of London 1660-1689 – a biographical record of the Aldermen and Common Councilmen of The City of London. His father in law Jonathan Reade is also listed as owning City Property and land in Ireland so this would seem to explain how the Micklethwait family came to own land in Ireland. Copy of will obtained. He is mentioned on the page St Andrew Holborn, London.
Nathaniel Micklethwait (born 14 Mar 1646) JM830C
Baptised at Saint Stephen, Coleman Street, London. Source: IGI.
Nathaniel Micklethwait (1662–1728) JM840
Of St. Laurence, Poultney, London. Christened on 7 Aug 1662 at Saint Stephan, Coleman Street, London. A marriage licence issued in 1691. Merchant. Freeman of The City of London and a member of The Fishmongers Company in 1708 JM150 Property in Croydon: High Holborn and Westmeath, Ireland. Copy of will obtained. He is mentioned on the page, St Andrew Holborn, London.
Nathaniel Micklethwait (died 28 Jan 1734) JM850
Of London. Owned property in Croydon and High Holborn, London. Inherited land at Westmeath, Ireland for life. Died a bachelor. Copy of will obtained. He is mentioned on the page, St Andrew Holborn, London.
Nathaniel Micklethwait (20 Mar 1760 – 29 Apr 1786) JM872
Of Hungate Lodge, Weston Longville, Norfolk. Born 20 Mar 1760 in Navestock, Essex. Baptised 28 Apr 1760 at Sprowston Parish Church. Married 12 Sep 1782. Marriagr settlement documents at Ipswich Record Office, refs HB26/412/1659 and 1660. Lived at Huntgate lodge, north of Frans Green, Norfolk in 1783. Died in a post–chaise 3 miles from Attleborough, Norfolk. Buried at Sprowston, Norfolk. Source: Sprowston Parish Records.
Nathaniel Micklethwait (27 Jan 1784 – 7 Jan 1856) JM880
Born in Norwich – of Beeston Hall, Norfolk and then from about 1823, Taverham Hall, Norfolk. J. P. Owned Hickling in 1808 at the time of The Enclosure Act. 1st married 26 Jan 1804 at Taverham Hall. High Sheriff of Norfolk 1810. Also, in 1810, a draft settlement on his marriage to his second wife was written – copy at Ipswich Record Office Ref HB26/412/1574. In 1824 he inherited The New Iridge Estate from his father. The 1841 Census finds him at Great Cumberland Place, St Marylebone, London. Buried at Taverham Church. Copy of will obtained. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Nathaniel Micklethwait (1693 – 9 Nov 1758) JM856
Of Maresfield, Sussex and Beeston, Norfolk. Inherited Westmeath, Ireland for life. Christened at Saint Dunstan in the East, London on 21 Dec 1693. Educated at Merchant Taylor’s school, Middlesex 1705/6-1710. Formerly H. M. Consul in Aleppo, Syria. Buried at Sprowston. Source: Sprowston Parish Records. Copy of will obtained. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Nathaniel Waldegrave John Branthwayt Micklethwait (14 Feb 1805 – 18 Jul 1856) JM890
Born in Navestock, Essex – of Taverham Hall, Norfolk. Lt. Colonel, Scots Fusilier Guards. Copy of will obtained. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Paul Micklethwait (1589–1639) JM822
Educated at Canterbury School and from 27 Jun 1606 Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge B A 1609/10; M A from Sydney Sussex College 1613. Incorporated at Oxford University 1615. Ordained a priest (Peterborough) 26 May 1616. B.D. 1620. D.D. 1628. Master of The Temple Church, London. 1628-39. Rector of Herstmonceaux, Sussex 1637-9 and of Sandy, Bedfordshire Jun 1639 until his death on 4 Aug 1639. Will proved (P.C.C. 51 Coventry) – copy obtained. Typescript calendars of The Fishmongers Company refer to the Livery Coy having provided a grant to pay for Paul’s University education. They also refer to Paul having preached to The Fishmongers Company after he was ordained. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page.
Rebecca Jones (1672–1731) JM843
Of London. Marriage settlement dated 27 Jan 1692. Married 26 Jan 1692/3 at Bow near Stratford, Middlesex. Source: Marriage Licence issued by The Archbishop of Canterbury, 1679–1694. Copy of will obtained.
Rebecca Micklethwait (died 1726) JM859
Copy of will obtained.
Rebecca Micklethwait JM867
Mentioned in the will of her grandmother Rebecca JM843.
Sarah Branthwayt (1752 – 5 Mar 1793) JM873
Daughter and heiress of Miles Branthwayt of Taverham, Norfolk. Married in 12 Sep 1782. Buried at Sprowston. Source: Sprowston Parish Records. 11 Mar 1793. Copy of will obtained.
Sarah Fawcett (died 1758) JM853
Died a spinster. Copy of will obtained.
Sarah Sophia Micklethwait (born 1832) JM885G
Source: Parish Register Old Church, St Pancras, London.
Sarah Micklethwait (born 1650) JM830B
Of St Catherine, Coleman Street, London. Married 15 May 1672 at St Catherine Colechurch. Source: The Harleian Society, Allegations for Marriage Licences issued by the Vicar General of the Archbishop of Canterbury 1669–1679, Volume 34.
Sarah Micklethwait (died 1758) JM860
Sarah Micklethwait (born 1717) JM868
Source: Parish Register St Katherine Coleman London
Sarah Sutton (born 1673) JM841
Of St Christopher’s London. Source Marriage certificate issued 4 Sep 1691 by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Sarah Woodruffe (1st wife) JM830A
Of London. Married Hackney 15 Nov 1642.
Sarah Charlotte Micklethwait (28 Jun 1813 – 11 Feb 1869) JM894
Baptised 28 Jun 1813 at Sprowston. Married by licence 28 Jul 1835 at St Mary, Marylebone, London. Source: Pallot’s marriages. The 1841 Census shows her at Bisterne but still using her maiden name! Buried at Bisterne. Find out more about her on the Homes and Churches page.
Sophia Stacey Micklethwait (born 5 Dec 1798) JM885J
Baptised parish of Eversley, Hampshire.
Sophia Micklethwait (born 1829) JM885F
Source: Parish Register Old Church, St Pancras, London.
Sophia Stracey (1776 – 15 Aug 1808) JM875
Daughter of Sir Edward Stracey, Bt. of Rackheath Hall, Norfolk.
Sotherton Branthwayt Peckham Micklethwait Bart (30 May 1786 – 3 Sep 1853) JM883
Baptised St Stephen Norwich. Sir Sotherton of Iridge Place, Salehurst, Sussex. Inherited the Old Iridge Estate in 1824 from his uncle, John Micklethwait. Captain in the 3rd Dragoon Guards. In 1824 he also assumed by Sign Manual the surname of Peckham, in addition to and before the name Micklethwait. Created a baronet on 27 Jul 1838 by Queen Victoria as a reward for saving both her and her mother (The Duchess of Kent) when she was still Princess Victoria. The horses of the Royal carriage had bolted and Captain Sotherton, who was a huge and powerful man, stood in the way of the horses, seized the animals by their bridles and compelled them by sheer physical strength to stop thus saving the occupants from serious if not fatal injury. The young Queen remembered his bravery and Captain Sotherton was one of her first baronets. Died childless in 1853. Copy of will obtained. See Coats of Arms page.
Sotherton Nathaniel Micklethwait (22 Aug 1823 – 25 Mar 1889) JM902
Born in Taverham Hall, Norfolk. Baptised 24 Aug 1823 at Taverham Church. The 1841 Census shows him as age 15 at school with his younger brothers George JM903 and William JM906 in Shrewsbury, Shropshire. Later educated at Magdalene College, Cambridge. Rector of Hickling Village, Norfolk for some 40 years. As a mark of his long service, the family paid for the bells to be re-cast and re-hung. Principal Landowner and Lord of The Manors of Hickling Overhall; Hickling Netherhall and Hickling Stannow. Inherited Iridge Place, Hurst Green, Sussex. Source: County Families by Walford 1. Find out more about him on the Homes and Churches page. Find out more about him on the Obituary & Service Record page.
Thomas Micklethwait (1538–1592) JM420
For more information, see Thomas JM420 on Branch 2a.
William Nathaniel Micklethwait (4 Sep 1827 – 1851) JM906
The 1841 Census shows him as age 13 at school with his elder brothers Sotherton JM902 and George JM903 in Shrewsbury, Shropshire.