Micklethwaits associated with St Andrew Holborn, London

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St Andrew Holborn Church, London – Credit: Elisa.rolle CC BY-SA 4.0

Following is a list of Micklethwaits that were born, owned land or were buried in St Andrew Holborn, London or neighbouring parishes:

Joseph Micklethwait JM1021

Married Frances Johnson JM1021A on 4 Dec 1690 at St Giles Cripplegate, London. Source: Allegation dated November 1690 – copy obtained.
They had a son Elias JM1021G, who was christened at St Andrew Holborn, London on 13 Jun 1700.

Sir John Micklethwait (23 Aug 1612–1681) JM470

Born at Cherry Burton. Educated at Queens College, Cambridge. BA 1630/1, MA 1634. Personal physician to Charles II. Bartholomew’s Hospital. Buried at St. Botolphs Aldergate, London in 1682.

Nathaniel Micklethwait (1646–1696) JM830

Christened on 14 Mar 1646 at Saint Stephan, Coleman Street, London. London Merchant. Owned land in Holborn and Westmeath, Ireland. Copy of will obtained.

Jonathan Micklethwait (died 1712) JM842

London merchant. St Laurence, Poultney. Copy of will obtained.

Thomas Micklethwait (19 Jul 1678–1718) JM112

Thomas Micklethwait Esq. 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., was MP for Arundel 1715–18. Lord Commissioner of The Treasury in 1717. Appointed Lieutenant-General of the Ordnance on 19 Mar 1717. Died 28 Mar 1718. Buried at St Andrew Holborn, London on 4 Apr 1718. Will dated 23 Sep 1715, proved at London 12 Jun 1718. Copy of will obtained.

Nathaniel Micklethwait (died 1728) JM840

Of St. Laurence, Poultney, London. Merchant. Property in Croydon, High Holborn and Westmeath, Ireland. Copy of will obtained.

Joseph Viscount Micklethwait (1680–1734) JM113

Joseph Viscount Micklethwait Esq of Swine, Yorkshire and Colton Conyers and Cosham, County Durham. Born in 1680. Was Secretary to the Earl of Stanhope, The English Ambassador at The Court of Madrid, Spain in 1708, afterwards M.P. for Arundel (1718–27) and Hull (1727–34). Created Baron Micklethwait of Portarlington on 7 Aug 1724 and Viscount Micklethwait of Longford in Ireland 30 May 1727. He died unmarried 16 Jan 1734. Will dated 24 Jul 1733, proved at York 22 Feb 1734 leaving his estates to Ann Ewer, spinster of Red Lyon Square, High Holborn, London. Copy of will obtained. The title became extinct. He was buried 26 Jan 1734 at Hadley, Middlesex.

Nathaniel Micklethwait (died 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.

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 on Sea (originally Sutton Marsh), Lincs; and Lisbon, Portugal. Copy of will obtained.

John Micklethwait (1726–1792) JM123

John Micklethwait Esq. baptised at St Peter, Leeds on 3 Mar 1726. Mayor of that town in 1779, died unmarried. Probate copy of his will is held at West Yorkshire Archives Service, Sheepscar, Leeds and probate read 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.