This is the second oldest tree dating back to the very beginning of the 16th Century. Unfortunately, it has not yet been possible to prove a direct connection between it and the original Cawthorne-Ingbirchworth tree.
Having said that, it is almost certain that if future researchers can go back far enough, it will be found that the two branches have the same ancestry.
Worsbroughdale and Cawthorne-Ingbirchworth are geographically close and there is clear evidence that members of the two branches knew each other and on occasions did business together. There was even one marriage involving both trees!
These branches shows a direct connection from the very beginning of the 16th Century in Yorkshire through to descendants who were to be found not only in Yorkshire but also in the south of England in the 19th Century. So far as we know, this branch is now extinct.
Because of the size of this branch, it has has been split up into the two following separate branches.
To view or print the PDF of any of the following branches, click on the link to view that branch. You may need to zoom in to read all of the details.
Branch 2a – The top of the tree
Originally in Worsbroughdale followed initially by Cherry Burton; Yorkshire and then Lincolnshire; Kent and London.
Branch 2b – The Southern Branch
Thomas Micklethwait and his wife Beatrice Anderson appear on Branch 2a and their descendants are shown here. Members of this tree resided in Kent, London, Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Sussex and Cambridgeshire.
Finding a family member
You can search for any family member using the search box on the Find family members page. Clicking on their ID number will take you to their profile on the correct branch page.