Banks Hall, Cawthorne, Nr Barnsley, Yorkshire. It is said that Banks Hall now stands on the site of the original Micklethwait home. In the book 'A History of Cawthorne' there is a paragraph headed 'Banks Hall'. It states that this house was formally called Micklethwait or the Bank. In the same publication, there is reference to members of the Micklethwait family in Cawthorne in 1379 at the time of Richard II Poll Tax. In another publication there is a reference to the Micklethwait family home being demolished prior to the building of the hall now known as Banks Hall.