LUTTRELL FAMILY

Geoffrey De LUTEREL

Born: ABT 1158 / 1175, Gamsten, Nottinghamshire, England

Died: 1217, England

Notes: 1215 sole agent in Queen Berengaria negotiations. Baron Luterel by Writ of Summons, dated 24 Jun, 1295. Lineage. The noble family claimed descent from one of the Norman Chiefs who accompanied William the Conqueror to England. There has been some doubt expressed by antiquarians as to when the Luttrell family first came to England. Was one Robert Luttrell, and other Osbert Luttrell, mentioned as living in Normandy previous to the Conquest of England, and as being extensive landowners, and to this day families of the name are found in different parts of France. The name is not mentioned in the Doomsday Book, although it is mentioned in the Roll of Battle Abbey, vol. II (Abbey lists in the British Museum), although doubt is now being cast upon the authenticity of the records. The unquestioned respect in which the Rolls have been held by antiquarians is due to the fact that for many families they are the only proof for a claim to an existence at that early period.

A branch of this ancient family appears to have settled in Ireland so early as the reign of King John, when Sir Geoffrey Luttrell obtained from that Prince a grant of the lands of Luttrellstown, Co. Dublin. Both Sir John and Sir Geoffrey Luttrell served under King John in Ireland. (1996 family tree by, Juanita L Berrian)

It is not certain whether the head of the Irish branch was a son or a brother of this Sir Geoffrey, but it is reasonable that he bore either the one or the other relation, for the reason that the lands of Luttrellstown secured by royal grant by Sir Geoffrey were from this time [of Geoffrey's death] owned by Sir Robert Luttrell, head of the Irish branch, who lived at Lucan, near Dublin, and that it remained in the family until the early part of the nineteenth century. In the time of Richard I, the lands of Sir Geoffrey De Luterel, in the counties of Nottingham and Derby, were seized by the Crown, for his adherence to the Earl of Moreton, but he was compensated, upon the accession of the Earl to the Throne as King John, by extensive territorial and other grants. He was also stationed in Ireland in 1204, and in 1215, when he possessed large administrative powers. In 1215 King John appointed him to be his sole agent in the negotiations concerning the dower of Queen Berengaria, commissioning him at the same time to join with the Archbishops of Bordeaux and Dublin in denouncing to the Pope the rebellious barons who had recently extorted the Great Charter of English liberties. In one of these documents he is styled "Nobilis vir." His
mission was so far successful that Pope Innocent III annulled the Charter, suspended the Archbishop of Canterbury and excommunicated the barons, but it is uncertain whether it was Sir Geoffrey who conveyed the papal bull from Rome to England. He is supposed to have died in 1216 or in 1217. As a reward for his services he was granted lands in Yorkshire, Northamptonshire, and at Croxton, in Leicestershire. In consideration of twenty ounces of gold he was still further rewarded with a large estate, known as Luttrellstown to the present day, and situated on the banks of the Liffey, about eight miles out from Dublin. He married Frethesant, 2nd daughter of William Paganal, Lord of Irnham. His marriage was of more enduring importance for the family fortune was founded upon her inheritance
, through this marriage was also heir to certain lands of Maurice De Gaunt, and his descendants, in direct line from William the Conqueror's brother, Robert. And by her had a son and heir, Andrew. Sir Geoffrey died in the 2nd year of Henry III (1218) and was succeeded by his son, Sir Andrew De Luterel, of Iraham, County.

The descendants of Sir Geoffrey were afterwards feudal barons of Irnham, and one of those barons, Robert De Luttrell, had summons to parliament on the 24th Jun, and 2nd Nov, 1295. (See Burke's Extinct and Dormant Peerage.)

Married: Frethesant PAGANEL BET Feb 1202/3 - 1205

Children:

1. Andrew De LUTTRELL (1 B. Irnham)

2. Margaret De LUTTRELL


Margaret De LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1184

Died: 1 Dec 178

Father: Geoffrey De LUTEREL

Mother: Frethesant PAGANEL

Married: John FOLJAMBE (d. 1249) (son of Henry Foljambe, Lord of Tideswell and Eleanor Fitzherbert)

Children: 

1. Thomas FOLJAMBE (Sir) (b. ABT 1206 - d. 17 Jan 1283) (m. Margaret De Gernon)

Andrew De LUTTRELL (1 B. Irnham)

Died: 1264, East Quantoxhead, England

Notes: served 14th Henry III, on the first journey into Britanny. He laid claim to lands in the county of Somerset, as well as the manor of Irnham, Co. Lincoln, which formerly belonged to Maurice de Gaunt, and had descended to him by right of inheritance. The next year he had livery of the same, upon paying 100 marks to the crown. He subsequently served in the office of sheriff of Lincolnshire. He married the daughter of Phillip de La Mare, a rich and powerful baron.

Father: Geoffrey De LUTEREL

Mother: Frethesant PAGANEL

Married: Pernel De La MARE (d. AFT 1267) (dau. of Phillip De la Mare) ABT 1229

Children: 

1. Geoffrey De LUTTRELL (2 B. Irnham)

2. Alexander De LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

3. Robert De LUTTRELL

4. Annora De LUTTRELL


Robert De LUTTRELL

Born: 1238, East Quantoxhead, Somersetshire, England

Died: 1315

Notes: a clerk and a graduate. He was, in 1262, presented by his father to the rectory of Irnham. He founded three chantries, at Irnham, Stamford and Sempringham respectively, about the year 1303. He died in 1315, being at that time a Canon of Salisbury. (Lyte, Sir Henry Churchill Maxwell, A History of Dunster, and of the families of Mohun & Luttrell, (London : St. Catherine Press, Ltd., 1909), Page 66.)

Father: Andrew De LUTTRELL (1 B. Irnham)

Mother: Pernel De La MARE

Geoffrey De LUTTRELL (2 B. Irnham)

Born: 1235

Died: Feb 1269/70, Irnham, Lincoln, England

Notes: 2nd Baron of Irnham. Being insane, his brother, Alexander Luterel, had the custody of his person, and William De Gray, whose daughter he had married, the education of his children. To these succeeded Sir Robert De Luterel (whom courthope's Historic Peerage calls brother of Geoffrey De Luterel)

Father: Andrew De LUTTRELL (1 B. Irnham)

Mother: Pernel De La MARE

Married: Agnes De GREY

Children:

1. Robert LUTTRELL (3 B. Irnham)


Robert LUTTRELL (3 B. Irnham)

Born: 1255, Irnham, Lincoln, England

Died: Jun 1297

Notes: In the 5th of Edward I, AD; 1277, he was in the expedition then made into Wales, and had summons amongst other great men, in the 22nd of the same reign, to attend the King, touching the important affairs of the realm. He was summoned to parliament as a Baron, 24 Jun, 30 Sep, and 2 Nov, 1295, and dying in 1297, possessed of Irnham, County Lincoln, and Hoton Paganel, County York, left by Joan, his wife, a son and heir Sir Geoffrey De Luterel, feudal Lord of Irnham.

Father: Geoffrey De LUTTRELL (2 B. Irnham)

Mother: Agnes De GREY

Married: Joan ?

Children:

1. Geoffrey LUTTRELL (4 B. Irnham)

2. Guy LUTTRELL (b. ABT 1280 - d. AFT 3 Apr 1345)

3. Andrew LUTTRELL

4. Margery LUTTRELL

5. Lucy LUTTRELL

6. Aubrey LUTTRELL

7. Elizabeth LUTTRELL


Geoffrey LUTTRELL (4 B. Irnham)

Born: 1276, Irnham, Lincolnshire, England

Died: 23 May 1345, Irnham Church, England

Notes: does not appear, from the existing enrollments, to have ever been summoned to parliament. In the 14th century, Sir Geoffrey Luttrell (Luterel), who owned a village called Gerneham in the English County of Lincolnshire, commissioned a Psalter, or prayer book, to be made for him. As well as including prayers, psalms and a calendar of the seasons, the Luttrell Psalter also shows pictures of Sir Geoffrey, his family and his tenants as they went about their daily lives. This rare and beautiful book is preserved in a glass case in the British Library in the British Museum, London.

Father: Robert LUTTRELL (3 B. Irnham)

Mother: Joan ?

Married: Agnes De SUTTON

Children:

1. Robert LUTTRELL (b. BET 1309 / 1317)

2. Jane LUTTRELL

3. Andrew LUTTRELL (5 B. Irnham)

4. Geoffrey LUTTRELL

5. Isabella LUTTRELL (b. ABT 1319)

6. John LUTTRELL


Jane LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1310, Irnham, Lincolnshire, England

Died: BEF 23 May 1345, Wiverton, Nottinghamshire, England

Father: Geoffrey De LUTTRELL (2 B. Irnham)

Mother: Agnes De GREY

Married: Thomas CHAWORTH (Esq.) ABT 1330

Children:

1. Thomas CHAWORTH


Geoffrey LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1315, Irnham, Lincolnshire, England

Died: AFT 1355

Father: Geoffrey LUTTRELL (4 B. Irnham)

Mother: Agnes De SUTTON

Married: Constance SCROPE BEF 1324


Andrew LUTTRELL (5 B. Irnham)

Born: BET 1313 - 1320, Irnham, Lincolnshire, England

Died: 6 Sep 1390

Buried: St. Andrew's, Irnham, Lincolnshire, England

Father: Geoffrey LUTTRELL (4 B. Irnham)

Mother: Agnes De SUTTON

Married: Beatrice SCROPE BEF 1324

Children:

1. Andrew LUTTRELL (6 B. Irnham)


Andrew LUTTRELL (6 B. Irnham)

Died: 1397

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (5 B. Irnham)

Mother: Beatrice SCROPE

Married: Hawise le DESPENSER 7 Sep 1363, Nottinghamshire, England

Children:

1. Andrew LUTTRELL (7 B. Irnham)


Andrew LUTTRELL (7 B. Irnham)

Died: 31 Dec 1397

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (6 B. Irnham)

Mother: Hawise le DESPENSER

Married: Joan TALBOYS 1379

Children:

1. Geoffrey LUTTRELL (8 B. Irnham)

2. Hawise LUTTRELL


Geoffrey LUTTRELL (8 B. Irnham)

Born: 1391, Irnham, Lincolnshire, England

Died: 3 Jan 1419, Rouen, Seine Maritime, Haute Normandie, France

Notes: at his decease in 1419, the Barony of Irnham and Lordship of Hoton Paganal devolved on his only sister and heiress.

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (7 B. Irnham)

Mother: Joan TALBOYS

Married: Mary De GREENE (b. 1381) ABT 1404, Drayton, Northamptonshire, England


Hawise LUTTRELL

Born: 1393

Died: ABT 24 Mar 1421

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (7 B. Irnham)

Mother: Joan TALBOYS

Married 1: Thomas De BELESBY

Children:

1. Thomas BELESBY (b. ABT 1411)

Married 2: Godfrey HILTON (d. 5 Aug 1459) (son of Richard Hilton and Isabel ?)

Children:

2. Hawise HILTON (b. 1417)

3. Godfrey HILTON (B. Luttrell) (b. 9 Nov 1419 - d. 18 May 1472) (m. Margery Willoughby)


Alexander De LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Born: 1236, East Quantoxhead, Somerset, England

Died: 1272, Holy Land, Palestine

Buried: ABT 1273, West Quantoxhead, Somerset, England

Notes: In 1266, obtained from the King Henry III the custody of his elder brother, Sir Geoffrey, who had lost the use of his reason. Was among the first to assume the cross of the Crusaders, in company with the king's eldest son, Edward, and many others of the chief nobility. In 1270, he embarded for the Holy Land in the retinue of Prince Edward, leaving the management of his affairs at home in the hands of a neighbour, Sir Warin De Raleigh, whom he appointed his attorney for four years. It is very doubtful whether he returned from the Crusade. The fact of his death was known in Somerset at the beginning of Apr 1273, when the king's escheator took possession of his lands.

Father: Andrew De LUTTRELL (1 B. Irnham)

Mother: Pernel De La MARE

Married: Margery FITZWILLIAM

Children:

1. Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

2. John LUTTRELL

4. Annora LUTTRELL


John LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1255, Somerset, England

Father: Alexander De LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Margery FITZWILLIAM

Married: Rose ?


Annora LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1256, Somerset, England

Died: 1320

Father: Alexander De LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Margery FITZWILLIAM

Married: Ralph FITZURSE

Children:

1. Ralph FITZURSE (m. Annora Luttrell)


Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Born: ABT 1254, Somerset, England

Died: ABT 1326

Father: Alexander De LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Margery FITZWILLIAM

Married: Elizabeth De RALEIGH ABT 1270, Somerset, England

Children:

1. Alexander LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

2. John LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

3. Andrew LUTTRELL

4. Annora LUTTRELL


Annora LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1294, Somerset, England

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Elizabeth De RALEIGH

Married: Ralph FITZURSE (son of Ralph Fitzurse and Annora Luttrell)

Children:

1. Alice FITZURSE (b. ABT 1314) (m. John Fulford)

2. Joan FITZURSE (m. John Langdon)


Andrew LUTTRELL

Notes: a clerk. When instituted to the rectory of East Quantockshead at a very early age, in Apr 1329, on the nomination of Sir Alexander Luttrell, he took an oath to study diligently at an English University. Formal leave of absence for this purpose was granted to him a few months later. His diocesan allowed him to be ordained acolyte in Dec of that year and subdeacon in the following Feb, by some other bishop, and his leave of absence was renewed in Dec 1330. In Mar 1337, he received permission to stay in the service of his brother John. A priest was appointed to succeed him at East Quantockshead in 1341.

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Elizabeth De RALEIGH


Alexander LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Born: ABT 1285

Died: Apr 1354, Watchet, England

Notes: Feb 1326/7 Knighted by Edward III. At the end of Mar, 1354, he conveyed the manor and the advowson of East Quantockshead to Sir John Palton and Thomas Luttrell at the reduced rent of 20l. In the following month, he was killed at Watchet, together with Alexander Montfort and John Strechleye. Several persons were found guilty of murder, and others were declared to have been present and assisting.

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Elizabeth De RALEIGH

Married: Mary ?

Children:

1. Thomas LUTTRELL


Thomas LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1324, East Quantockshead, Sommerset, England

Notes: died during the later part of the reign of Edward III.

Father: Alexander LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Mary ?

Married 1: Denise ?

Children:

1. John LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Married 2: Joan PALTON 1343, East Quantockshead, Somerset, England


John LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Notes: 1399, Knight of the Bath.

Father: Thomas LUTTRELL

Mother: Denise ?

Married: Joan KINGSTON

John LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Born: BET 1303 - 1310

Died: BET 1363 - 1378, Chilton, Devonshire, England

Notes: Mar 1336/37, Knighted, when Edward III conferred the title of Duke of Cornwall upon his own eldest son, Edward. 1360, Parliament (Knight of the shire of Devon). 1363, Parliament (Knight of the shire of Devon). 1337, Chilton in the parish Thorverton in Devon. There was another Sir John Luttrell at this period who was Chancellor of Oxford University.

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Elizabeth De RALEIGH

Married: Joan De MOHUN (b. ABT 1307 - d. 1378) (dau. of John De Mohun, B. Dunster, and Ada Tiptopft) ABT 1306, Somerset, England

Children:

1. Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

2. Thomas LUTTRELL


Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Born: BET 1330 - 1335, Chilton, Devonshire, England

Died: 7 Aug 1395, Somerset, England

Notes: married Elizabeth, relict of Sir John de Vere, son of the Earl of Oxford. She was the second daughter of Hugh, Earl of Devon. Through her sisters, she was closely connected with the Lords Cobham and Harington. On the occasion of the marriage, in the summer of 1359, Edward III gave them an annuity of 200 for their lives, in aid of the maintenance of their social position. In 1361, Sir Andrew Luttrell and his wife went on pilgrimage to the famous shrine of Santiago de Compostella, with a retinue. of twenty-four men and women and as many horses.

Father: John LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Joan De MOHUN

Married: Elizabeth COURTENAY Jul 1359, Dunster, Somerset, England

Children:

1. Hugh LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

2. Blanche LUTTRELL

3. John LUTTRELL

4. Elizabeth LUTTRELL


Blanche LUTTRELL

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Elizabeth COURTENAY

Married: Nicholas De STUCKLEY (Sir)


John LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1362, Dunster, Somersetshire, England

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Elizabeth COURTENAY

Married: Joan ?

Children:

1. Genet LUTTRELL

Genet LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1392, Bewley, Louth, Ireland

Father: John LUTTRELL

Mother: Joan ?

Married: Walter PLUNKET (b. ABT 1388 - d. 10 Sep 1475) (son of Walter Plunkett and Joan Netterville) ABT 1413, Bewley, Louth, Ireland

Children:

1. Walter PLUNKET (b. ABT 1414 - d. ABT 1445) (m. Dau. Bellew)


Hugh LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Born: ABT 1364, Chilton, Devonshire, England

Died: 24 Mar 1427/8, Shaftsbury, Dorset, England

Notes: served in France with Richard II and Henry IV, and held a spectrum of appointments. He was, in succession, Lieut. of Calain, Mayor of Bordeaux ABT 1404, Govenor of Marfluer, and Great Sentinal of Normandy. He was Member of Parliament for Somersetshire in the reign of Richard II, and subsequently for Devonshire. Esquire to the Household of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster. Keeper of the Forest of Gillingham to King Henry IV ABT 1400. Ambassador to a Treaty With France and Burgundy ABT 1403. On the death of his cousin, John, he inherited East Quantoxhead, and when Old Lady De Mohun died in 1404, hastened to pursue his claim to Dunster. He began by dispatching the tenants and moving into the Castle in time to celebrate Christmas 1405. This stung the Mohuns into action and they followed a scramble for the deeds of title of the Castle, entrusted to the Prior of Christ Church, Canterbury. Sir Hugh took the Prior to court and eventually obtained the documents which prove his right to the Castle. The Mohun coheirs, Edward Plantagenet, Duke of York, the Countess of Salisbury and Lord Strange of Knockin -a formidable trio- still argued the validity of the transaction. Sir Hugh was not easily panicked; he won Parliament onto his side and so arranged arbitration by two peers and all the justices. When this failed, Parliament insisted the claim should be heard in the ordinary courts before an impartial jury. By this time, the Mohun's case was wearing thin and they resorted to arguing legal technicalities. It is nevertheless disappointing to find the the story lacks a climax; the case was adjourned in 1407 after the first hearing and was never recommenced. Henceforth, Sir Hugh's right to Dunster was unchallenged. He worked hard to make his new home habituale; and on his first note was to install windows in the neat hall and his private quarters. In 1420 work began on the gatehouse, a symbol of property of the newowner of the Castle. Steward of the Household of Queen Joan ABT 1410. Constable of Bristol Castle and Keeper of the Forests of Kingwood and Fulwood ABT 1412. He was afterwards ranger of Blackmore forest in Dorsetshire, a privy councilor to Henry V, and on of the commanders under that martial monarch at the reduction of Harfleur in Normandy in 1415, and at the memorable siege of Rouen. He died while on a visit to his daughter Joan, who was a nun at Shaftesbury, Dorset.

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Elizabeth COURTENAY

Married: Catherine De BEAUMONT (b. ABT 1354 - bur. 28 Aug 1435) (dau. of Sir John Beaumont and Elizabeth Stowel) (w. of John Strecche) 1385, Dunster, Somerset, England

Children:

1. Margaret LUTTRELL

2. Elizabeth LUTTRELL

3. Anne LUTTRELL

4. Joan LUTTRELL (Nun)

5. John LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

6. William LUTTRELL

7. Robert LUTTRELL


Margaret LUTTRELL

Born: 1386, Dunster, Somersetshire, England

Died: AFT 1416

Father: Hugh LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Catherine De BEAUMONT

Married: John De COTES (Esq.) 1402


Elizabeth LUTTRELL

Born: 1388, Dunster, Somerset, England

Died: AFT 4 Oct 1438, Lye Hall, Weston, Norfolk, England

Father: Hugh LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Catherine De BEAUMONT

Married 1: William (Hugh) HARLESTON (Husband) 24 Apr 1406, Dunster Castle, Somerset, England

Married 2: John STRATTON (Sir) (1388 - d. AFT 1448) (son of James Andrews and Alice Weyland) 1421, Longville, Norfolkshire, England

Children:

1. Elizabeth STRATTON (b. 1425 - d. 1485) (m.1 Thomas Blackchurch - m.2 John Andrews)

2. Alice STRATTON (m.1 Sir Hugh Wyche, Aldermen of London - m.2 William Holt)


Anne LUTTRELL

Born: 1390, Dunster, Somerset, England

Died: BET 1400 - 1448

Notes: some sources listed her as daughter of Robert Luttrell.

Father: Hugh LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Catherine De BEAUMONT

Married: William GODWYN ABT Jul 1408, Dunster, Somerset, England


Joan LUTTRELL (Nun)

Born: 1392, Dunster, Somerset, England

Died: Bet 1393 and 1486

Notes: took the veil at Shaftesbury. There are three notices of her in the accounts of the receiver-general of her brother, Sir John Luttrell: 1428. "Paid to Robert Draper, by the hands of Thomas Kynggestone, for the banquet of my lady Joan Luttrell, a nun of Shaftesbury, on the 27th day of July, by order of my lord 40s." "To the same lord, on the 30th day of July, when the same lord rode towards Shaftesbury to the banquet of my lady Joan Luttrell, his sister, to be held there, 106s. 8d." 1430. "Paid to robert Draper for the expenses of my lady Joan Lutrell, and her sister, a nun of Shaftesbury, ruding thence to Dunster and there on the 19th day of July, 12s.". The nun had apparently been allowed to revisit her old home in order to see her brother on his deathbed.(Lyte, Sir Henry Churchill Maxwell, A History of Dunster, and of the families of Mohun & Luttrell, - London: St. Catherine Press, Ltd., 1909, Page 108.)

Father: Hugh LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Catherine De BEAUMONT


William LUTTRELL

Born: 1396, Dunster, Somerset, England

Died: AFT 1426

Father: Hugh LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Catherine De BEAUMONT

Married: ?

Children:

1. Richard LUTTRELL

Richard LUTTRELL

Died: BEF 1463

Notes: In Feb 1449, James Luttrell obtained royal license to convey the castle and borough of Dunster, the manors of Minehead, Carhampton, and Kilton and the hundred of Carhampton to Feoffees, in order they they should be settled on himself and the heirs of his body, with remainder to his 'cousin', Richard Luttrell and the heirs of his body and ultimate remainder to his own heirs general. On the death of Richard Luttrell without lawful issue, James Luttrell [his cousin] obtained some land at Kentsford near Watchet, as an escheat to the Honour of Dunster, Richard having been a bastard, (Lyte, Sir Henry Churchill Maxwell, A History of Dunster, and of the families of Mohun & Luttrell, - London: St. Catherine Press, Ltd., 1909)

Father: William LUTTRELL

Mother: ?

John LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Born: ABT 1394, Dunster, Somerset, England

Died: 30 Jun 1430, Dunster, Somerset, England

Buried: Augustinian Priory, Bruton, Somerset, England

Notes: Knight of the Bath of King Henry IV. John Luttrell describes himself as 'esquire' in Jun 1429, and as 'knight' in Mar following. He survived his father by a little more than two years and died on the 30 Jun 1430. It would appear that
he was buried at the Augustinian Priory of Bruton, of which he was a patron. There are certainly no traces of any monument to his memory at Dunster. He married Margaret, daughter of Sir John Touchet, of Audley, owner of Nether Stowey Castle. Some web pages indicate his wife was Elisabeth Schill.

Father: Hugh LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Catherine De BEAUMONT

Married 1: Joan MALET (dau. of Baldwin Malet and Elizabeth Trovet)

Married 2: Elizabeth SCHILL

Married 3: Margaret TOUCHET ABT 1422

Children:

1. James LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

2. Juliana LUTTRELL

3. John LUTTRELL


Juliana LUTTRELL

Father: John LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Margaret TOUCHET

Married: Henry WYKE (son of William Wyke of Northwyke and Catherine Burnell)


James LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Born: BET 1426 - 1427, Dunster, Somerset, England

Died: Feb 1460/1, Battle of St. Albans, Herts, England

Notes: in Feb 1449, James Luttrell obtained royal license to convey the castle and borough of Dunster, the manors of Minehead, Carhampton, and Kilton and the hundred of Carhampton to Feoffees, in order they they should be settled on himself and the heirs of his body, with remainder to his 'cousin', Richard Luttrell and the heirs of his body and ultimate remainder to his own heirs general. James Luttrell fought against the Duke of York at Wakefield at the end of Dec 1460, and was knighted by the Duke of Somerset on the field of battle. Seven weeks later, he again served under the victorious banner of Queen Margaret at the second battle of St. Albans, but he there received a wound of which he died on the fifth day. The triumph of the House of York was disastrous to the Luttrells, who had been attached to the House of Lancaster ever since the days of John of Gaunt. Within a week of his accession to the throne, Edward IV ordered the sheriff and escheator in Somerset and Dorset to seize all the possessions of the Dukes of Exeter and Somerset, the Earls of Devon, Wilts and Northumberland, Sir James Luttrell and Sir Alexander Hody, in those counties. Two months later, a somewhat wider commission was issued to Sir William Herbert, Thomas Herbert, John Herbert, and Hugh Huntley, to take possession of the lands of the Earls of Pembroke and Shrewsbury and Sir James Luttrell, who are specifically described as rebels. For some unknown reason, this commission was repeated in Aug. In the meanwhile, the King had granted to Sir William Bourchier the wardship and marriage of Alexander Luttrell, the infant heir, as if it had fallen to the Crown in the ordinary course. The Parliament, however, which sat in Nov 1461 passed a sweeping ordinance against all the chief supporters of Henry VI. Sir James Luttrell was therein named amongst those who 'with grete despite and curell violence, horrible and unmanly tyrannye' murdered the late Duke of York at Wakefield, and who were consequently to 'stand and be convycted and attainted of high treason, and forfett to the King and his heires all the castles, maners' and other lands of which they were or had been possessed. Lady Luttrell had, in the earlier months of her widowhood, been tacitly allowed to receive the issues of the lands settled on her in jointure, and when the king's officers took possession of these lands, she lodged a complaint against them, protesting that she was a loyal subject of the reigning monarch. A commission of enquiry was accordingly issued in Sep 1462, but it does not appear that she got much satisfaction.

Father: John LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Margaret TOUCHET

Married: Elizabeth COURTENAY 13 Jan 1450/1, Powderham, Devonshire, England, Mar. Lic.

Children:

1. Alexander LUTTRELL

2. Hugh LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

3. Joan LUTTRELL


Joan LUTTRELL

Born: AFT 1456

Father: James LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Elizabeth COURTENAY

Married: George STEWKLEY of Marsh (son of Hugh Stewkley and Catherine Affeton)

Children:

1. Peter STUKELEY of Marsh


Alexander LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1452

Died: BEF 1481

Notes: died in obscurity.

Father: James LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Elizabeth COURTENAY

Hugh LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Born: 1456, Dunster, Somerset, England

Died: BET 1 Feb 1519/20 - 1523, East Quantoxhead, Somerset, England

Buried: East Quantoxhead, Somerset, England

Notes: See his Biography.

Father: James LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Elizabeth COURTENAY

Married 1: Margaret HILL (b. ABT 1467 - d. 1508) (dau. of Robert Hill and Alice Stourton, B. Daubeney) 1487

Children:

1. Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

2. John LUTTRELL

3. Eleanor LUTTRELL

Married 2: Walthera YARD (w.1 of Walter Yorke - w.2 of Thomas Drelne) ABT Jan 1508


Eleanor LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1495

Died: BEF 1531

Father: Hugh LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Margaret HILL

Married: Roger YORKE (b. ABT 1490) (son of Walter Yorke and Walthera Yard) ABT 1514

Children:

1. Elizabeth YORKE (b. ABT 1515 - d. 8 Sep 1601) (m. Edmund Percival)

2. Thomas YORKE (b. ABT 1520) (m. Eleanor Waldron)

3. Phillippa YORKE (b. ABT 1523 - d. BEF 25 Jan 1597/8) (m.1 Richard Parker - m.2 Roger Prideaux)

4. Andrew YORKE (b. ABT 1525 - d. BEF 1547)

5. William YORKE (b. ABT 1527 - d. BEF 1547)


John LUTTRELL

Born: 1492, Dunster, Somerset, England

Father: Hugh LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Margaret HILL

Married: Elizabeth REYNOLDS

Children:

1. Hugh LUTTRELL


Hugh LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1540, Dunster, Somerset, England

Died: Apr 1574

Buried: 30 Apr 1574

Father: John LUTTRELL

Mother: Elizabeth REYNOLDS

Married: Philippa OPY 1 Oct 1565, East Quantockshead, Somerset, England

Children:

1. Andrew LUTTRELL

2. Cecily LUTTRELL

3. Thomas LUTTRELL

4. Margaret LUTTRELL

5. Honor LUTTRELL


Honor LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1574, East Quantockshead, Somerset, England

Father: Hugh LUTTRELL

Mother: Philippa OPY

Married: Phillip STANTON 24 May 1606


Andrew LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1567, East Quantockshead, Somerset, England

Father: Hugh LUTTRELL

Mother: Philippa OPY

Married: Susan LEY

Children:

1. Edward LUTTRELL

2. Phillip LUTTRELL (b. 10 Jun 1600)

3. Margaret LUTTRELL (b. 28 Jun 1601)

4. Elizabeth LUTTRELL (b. 10 Jan 1603/4)

5. Andrew LUTTRELL (b. 13 Jul 1606)

6. Richard LUTTRELL (b. 30 Jul 1609 - d. 15 Apr 1613)

7. Susan LUTTRELL (b. 5 Apr 1612)

8. Hugh LUTTRELL (b. 11 Jan 1617/18)

9. Wilmot LUTTRELL (b. 20 Jul 1623)


Edward LUTTRELL

Christened: 8 Mar 1599, East Down, Devon, England

Died: May 1654

Buried: 5 May 1654, East Down, Devon, England

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL

Mother: Susan LEY

Married: Frances COLLARD Feb 1629

Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Born: ABT 1488

Died: 4 May 1538, Somerset, England

Buried: Church of Wast, Quantockhead, Somerset, England

Notes: 1528 Sheriff of Somerset.

Father: Hugh LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Margaret HILL

Married: Margaret WYNDHAM (b. ABT 1501 - d. 7 Jul 1580) (dau. of Sir Thomas Wyndham and Eleanor Scrope) 22 Apr 1514 / Feb 1521

Children:

1. Honor LUTTRELL

2. John LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

3. Thomas LUTTRELL (Esq.)

4. Richard LUTTRELL

5. Andrew LUTTRELL

6. Hugh LUTTRELL

7. Cecilia LUTTRELL

8. Elizabeth LUTTRELL

9. George LUTTRELL

10. Margaret LUTTRELL

11. Nicholas LUTTRELL


Honor LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1517, Dunster, Somerset, England

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Margaret WYNDHAM

Married: Edward BARROW 26 Jan 1561, Dunster, Somerset, England

Elizabeth LUTTRELL

Born: 1530, Dunster, Somerset, England

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Margaret WYNDHAM

Married 1: Richard MALLET of Enmore (b. ABT 1523 - d. 27 Jul 1552) (son of Hugh Mallet and Elizabeth Michell)

Children:

1. Thomas MALLET of Enmore (b. ABT 1548 - d. ABT 1580) (m. Elizabeth Coles)

Married 2: George SPEKE of White Lackington (Sir) (son of Sir Thomas Speke and Anne Berkeley) (m.2 Dorothy Gilbert)

Children:

2. George SPEKE of White Lackington (Sir) (d. AFT 1623) (m. Phillippa Roswell)

3. Anne SPEKE (b. 27 Jan 1558 - d. Jan 1587/8) (m. Sir George Trenchard)

4. Barbara SPEKE

5. Dorothy SPEKE (m. Sir Edward Gorges of Charlton)

Richard LUTTRELL

Notes: ancestor of the Luttrells of Hartland, Honnibere Sandon-Court, and Chelsea.

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Margaret WYNDHAM

Cecilia LUTTRELL

Born: 1523, Dunster, Somerset, England

Died: 10 Mar 1565/6, Dunster, Somerset, England

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Margaret WYNDHAM

Married: Richard ROGERS of Bryanston (Sir)

Children:

1. Honora ROGERS

2. Andrew ROGERS

3. Richard ROGERS

4. John ROGERS (Sir Knight)

5. Margaret ROGERS

6. Elizabeth ROGERS

7. Eleanor ROGERS

8. Son ROGERS


Margaret LUTTRELL

Born: 1538, Dunster, Somerset, England

Notes: She and her husband were executors to the will of her mother.

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Margaret WYNDHAM

Married: Piers EDGECUMBE of Mount Edgecombe (b. ABT 1536 - d. 4 Jan 1606/7) (son of Sir Richard Edgecumbe and Winifred Essex)

Children:

1. Margaret EDGECUMBE (b. 1560 - d. 24 Apr 1648) (m. Sir Edward Denny)

2. Elizabeth EDGECUMBE (m. John Specott)

3. Catherine EDGECUMBE (b. ABT 1562)

4. Richard EDGECUMBE (b. 1570 - d. 23 Mar 1639) (m.1 Mary Cottle - m.2 Anne Carey)

5. Piers EDGECUMBE (d. 1628)

6. Edward EDGECUMBE (d. 1630)

7. John EDGECUMBE

8. Andrew EDGECUMBE (d. 1640)

9. Anne EDGECUMBE


John LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Born: 1519, Dunster Castle, Somerset, England

Died: 10 Jul 1551

Notes: See his Biography.

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Margaret WYNDHAM

Married: Mary Ryce GRIFFITH (d. 1588) (dau. of Sir John Griffith) (m.2 James Godolphin of Cornwall)

Children:

1. Catherine LUTTRELL

2. Dorothy LUTTRELL

3. Mary LUTTRELL


Catherine LUTTRELL

Notes: served in Queen Mary's privy chamber and presumably owed the position to her guerdian, the Earl of Arundel, who was Lord Steward of the royal household by this time. The Earl married her to Thomas Copley in Jul 1558. The nuptial celebrations took place at Nonsuch Palace, which Arundel had recently purchased from the crown. The Queen probably attended the wedding as Copley, who had incurred her wrath in the first session of the 1558 parliament by expressing the fear that Princess Elizabeth would be excluded from the succession, wrote with some apprehension to the Master of the Revels requesting the loan of paraphernalia for the masque with which the guests were entertained. Later that year Copley attended Arundel at the peace conference at Cercamp.

Father: John LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Mary Ryce GRIFFITH

Married: Thomas COPLEY

Nicholas LUTTRELL

Born: 1532, Honibere, Lilstock, Somerset, England

Died: 1591

Buried: 23 Mar 1591/2

Notes: will dated 5 Jul 1588.

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Margaret WYNDHAM

Married: Joan SACHEVERELL (d. 6 Jun 1627) (dau. of Christopher Sacheverell)

Children:

1. Andrew LUTTRELL


Andrew LUTTRELL

Born: 8 Nov 1560, Cattistock, Dorset, England

Died: 25 Aug 1625, Hartland Abbey, Devon, England

Father: Nicholas LUTTRELL

Mother: Joan SACHEVERELL

Married: Prudence ABBOTT (chr. 30 Oct 1564 - bur. 13 Dec 1639) (dau. of William Abbott of Hartland and Anne Milliton)  16 Feb 1582

Children:

1. John LUTTRELL (Sir)

2. Nicholas LUTTRELL


Nicholas LUTTRELL

Christened: 6 Jan 1583/4, Hartland, Devonshire, England

Died: 5 Apr 1637, Hartland, Devonshire, England

Buried: 9 Apr 1637, Hartland, Devonshire, England

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL

Mother: Prudence ABBOTT

Married: Elizabeth MONKE (d. 26 Aug 1653) (dau. of Anthony Monk and Mary Ascott)

Children:

1. Anthony LUTTRELL (b. 1608 - bur. 1 Oct 1663 ) (m. Mary Cotton)

John LUTTRELL (Sir)

Christened: 28 Dec 1584, Hartland Abbey, Devon England

Died: 24 Feb 1617, Braunton, Devon, England

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL

Mother: Prudence ABBOTT

Married: Frances GORGES 1609, Wraxall, Somerset, England

Children:

1. John LUTTRELL (chr. 21 Oct 1610 - d. 20 Jan 1643) (m. Rachel Hardy)

2. Francis LUTTRELL (d. 21 Apr 1677)

3. Dorothy LUTTRELL (b. ABT 1614)

4. Edward LUTTRELL (b. 11 Feb 1616 - d. 30 Mar 1669)


Thomas LUTTRELL (Esq.)

Born: ABT 1524, Dunster, Somerset, England

Died: 16 Feb 1570/1, Dunster, Somerset, England

Notes: esq. M.P. for Minehead. Sheriff of Somerset. This gentleman, in order to preserve the estates which he thus inherited clear of his nieces portions and of his brother's debts, sold all the lands in Devon and Suffolk, but those were amply replaced by the estates acquired on his marriage with Margaret, only daughter and heiress of Christopher Hadley, esq. of Withycombe, and great grandaughter of Philippa, daughter of Sir Humphrey Audley, by Elizabeth Courtenay, widow of Sir James Luttrell. In consequence of this consanguinity it was necessary to procure a special bull, in the 5th of Felipe and Mary, from Pope Paul V to sanction the marriage.

Father: Andrew LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Margaret WYNDHAM

Married: Margaret HADLEY (d. 1607) (dau. of Christopher Hadley) (m.2 John Strode of Parnham, Esq. - m.3 Richard Hill, Esq.) 27 Aug 1560

Children:

1. George LUTTRELL (Esq.)

2. Margaret LUTTRELL

3. John LUTTRELL


Margaret LUTTRELL

Father: Thomas LUTTRELL (Esq.)

Mother: Margaret HADLEY

Married: Robert STRODE (Sir) (son of Sir John Strode of Parnham and Catherine Cromwell) (m.2 Margaret Wyndham)

Children:

1. Mary STRODE (m. Sir Richard Strode)

John LUTTRELL

Christened: 26 May 1566

Father: Thomas LUTTRELL (Esq.)

Mother: Margaret HADLEY

Married: Anne BAMPFIELD


George LUTTRELL (Esq.)

Born: 12 Sep 1560, Dunster Castle

Died: 1 Apr 1629

Notes: 1593 Sheriff of Somerset. Added considerably to the buildings of Dunster Castle, and lived there in the greatest hospitality, enjoying, in an eminent degree, the love and respect of his neighbourhood. He married first, Joan, daughter of his guardian Hugh Stewkley of Marsh, in the county of Somerset, although his marriage had been arranged by his mother with a niece of Sir James Fitzjames, of the ancient family of that name in Wales. He married, secondly, Sylvestra Capper.

Father: Thomas LUTTRELL (Esq.)

Mother: Margaret HADLEY

Married 1: Joan STUCKLEY (dau. of Hugh Stewkley of Marsh, Esq.)

Children:

1. Thomas LUTTRELL (Esq.)

2. Hugh LUTTRELL

Married 2: Sylvestra CAPPER (m.2 Sir Edmund Story - m.3 Gyles Penny, Esq.)

Children:

3. Dau. LUTTRELL

4. Dau. LUTTRELL


Hugh LUTTRELL

Born: BEF 1608, Carhampton, Somersetshire, England

Died: Carhampton, Somersetshire, England

Father: George LUTTRELL (Esq.)

Mother: Joan STUCKLEY

Married: Jane LYTE (b. 1612 - d. 1678) ABT 1634, Carhampton, Somersetshire, England

Thomas LUTTRELL (Esq.)

Born: 1584, Dunster Castle

Died: 17 Feb 1644 / 1647

Notes: espoused the parliamentary cause in the reign of Charles I.

Father: George LUTTRELL (Esq.)

Mother: Joan STUCKLEY

Married: Jane POPHAM (d. 1668) (dau. of Sir Francis Popham and Anne Dudley)

Children:

1. George LUTTRELL

2. Francis LUTTRELL

3. Thomas LUTTRELL


George LUTTRELL

Born: 1625, Dunster Castle

Notes: by royal order was commanded by King Charles I to have as his guest at Dunster Castle the Prince of Wales, afterwards Charles II. Dying without issue, he was succeeded by his brother Francis.

Father: Thomas LUTTRELL (Esq.)

Mother: Jane POPHAM

Married 1: Elizabeth PRIDEAUX (b. ABT 1629 - d. 22 May 1652) (dau. of Nicholas Prideaux)

Married 2: Honora FORTESCUE (b. 1632) (dau. of John Fortescue and Thomasine Prideaux) 25 Jun 1652, Buckland Filleigh, Devonshire, England

Francis LUTTRELL

Father: Thomas LUTTRELL (Esq.)

Mother: Jane POPHAM

Married: Lucy SYMONDS (d. 1668) (dau. of Thomas Symonds, Esq.)

Children:

1. Alexander LUTTRELL (Esq.)


Thomas LUTTRELL

Father: Thomas LUTTRELL (Esq.)

Mother: Jane POPHAM

Married: Lucy SYMONDS (d. 1668) (dau. of Thomas Symonds, Esq.)

Children:

1. Francis LUTTRELL


Robert LUTTRELL

Born: BEF 1390

Died: 1437

Notes: seized of the castle and lands of Luttrellstown, in the county of Dublin, descended the well known Irish family of Luttrell. Robert was a man of substance, and was employed by the Crown in the responsible position of collector of the subsidy in the Castleknock district. Acquired considerable possessions in the county Dublin by his marriage with the daughter of Sir Elias de Ashbourne, Knight of Dovon. (Sir Geoffrey, the first of this line, obtained a grant from King John of the lands of Luttrellstown, Co., Dublin, Ireland, and this is the first descendant who is indicted as having lived in Luttrellstown). Robert died in the 13th year of reign of Henry VI. (1436-7), seized the Castle and the lands of Luttrellstown , Co., Dublin.

Father: Hugh LUTTRELL (Sir Knight)

Mother: Catherine De BEAUMONT

Married: Anne De ASHBOURNE (dau. of Elias de Ashbourne) b. in Devon, England

Children:

1. Hugh LUTTRELL

2. Christopher LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

3. Anne LUTTRELL


Anne LUTTRELL

Father: Robert LUTTRELL

Mother: Anne De ASHBOURNE

Married: Simon FLEMING of Slane


Christopher LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Born: ABT 1400, Luttrellstown, Ireland

Died: 1454

Notes: There is some confusion here as to who succeeded Christopher after his death in 1454-1455. In "History of West Virginia and It's People," it states that Christopher was succeeded by his son Richard who married Margaret FitzLyons, daughter of Patrick FitzLeons. However, in "A History of the County Dublin" it claims that his son, Thomas, succeeded him. It also states that Thomas was only 19 at the time of his father's death in 1454 which would make his date of birth around 1435 and that he was already married to Ellen, daughter of Philip Bellew. As has been seen in the past, many men have married more than once or married a younger wife and had several children well into their aged years. So this hypothesis is not unreasonable either. With this lack of information, I had to conclude that either could be true and therefore chose the path that most others had chosen, the Christopher to Thomas. (History of West Virginia and It's People, (Volume 2. Charleston, WV: Lewis Historical Publishing County, 1913.) (Ball, Francis Elrington, A History of the County Dublin, (Originally published in six volumes (1902-1920)

Father: Robert LUTTRELL

Mother: Anne De ASHBOURNE

Married: Catherine ROCHFORT (dau. of Thomas Rochfort of Kilbryde and Elizabeth Darcy) (m.2 Thomas De La Field) ABT 1430

Children:

1. Thomas LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown


Thomas LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Born: 1435

Died: AFT 1486

Notes: was stated at the time of his father's death, although only nineteen years of age, to be married to Ellen Bellew. In 1486 we find him filling the office of sheriff of his native county, and a reference to the rejoicings on the occasion of the marriage of a daughter of the house of Luttrellstown (when more than forty archers attended to support the bridegroom, and many citizens came from Dublin), shows the esteem in which the family was held by the other inhabitants of the English Pale. The bridegroom was one Nicholas Travers, than whom amongst all the multitude at that wedding we are told, there was not a taller or better bowman, and it is probable from this alliance between the house of Travers and of Luttrell that Sir John Travers of Monkstown, who is frequently mentioned in connection with their affairs, was a near relative of the Luttrells. (Source: Ball, Francis Elrington, A History of the County Dublin)

Father: Christopher LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Mother: Catherine ROCHFORT

Married: Ellen BELLEW (dau. of Phillip Bellew) BEF 1454

Children:

1. Ellen LUTTRELL

2. Robert LUTTRELL

3. Thomas LUTTRELL (d. 1570)

4. Richard LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown


Ellen LUTTRELL

Father: Thomas LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Mother: Ellen BELLEW

Married: Nicholas TRAVERS 1486


Richard LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Born: AFT 1455, Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland

Died: AFT 1540

Father: Thomas LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Mother: Ellen BELLEW

Married: Margaret FITZLYONS (dau. of Patrick Fitzlyons) ABT 1505

Children:

1. Thomas LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown (Sir)

2. Anne LUTTRELL

3. Catherine LUTTRELL

4. Elizabeth LUTTRELL

5. Simon LUTTRELL

6. Robert LUTTRELL (Archdeacon of Meath)


Anne LUTTRELL

Father: Richard LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Mother: Margaret FITZLYONS

Married: Patrick BARNEWALL of Fieldston and Turvey ( Master of the Rolls) (son of Roger Barbewall and Alison Barnewall)

Children:

1. Margaret BARNEWALL (m. Patrick Barnewall of Crickstown)

2. Christopher BARNEWALL (High Sheriff of Dublin) (b. 1522 - d. 1575) (m. Marion Sherle)


Catherine LUTTRELL

Father: Richard LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Mother: Margaret FITZLYONS

Married 1: Nicholas BARNEWALL of Drimnagh (son of Roger Barbewall and Alison Barnewall)

Children:

1. Margaret BARNEWALL (b. 1531 - d. AFT 1571) (m. Thomas Plunkett, 2 B. Louth)

Married 2: John PLUNKETT of Dunsoghly (Sir) (See his Biography)

Children:

2. Alice PLUNKETT (b. ABT 1538 - d. 1 Sep 1607) (m. Richard Netterville)

3. Ellen PLUNKETT (b. ABT 1540) (m. William Manward)

4. Anne PLUNKETT (b. ABT 1542) (m. William Birmingham)

5. James PLUNKETT (b. 1550) (m. Catherine Fitzwilliam)


Elizabeth LUTTRELL

Father: Richard LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Mother: Margaret FITZLYONS

Married 1: John CUSACK (son of Christopher Cusack)

Married 2: Thomas BARBE


Simon LUTTRELL

Notes: a merchant and Alderman of Dublin, Ireland.

Father: Richard LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Mother: Margaret FITZLYONS

Married: Margaret BATHE 1490

Children:

1. Mary LUTTRELL

2. Catherine LUTTRELL

3. Elizabeth LUTTRELL


Mary LUTTRELL

Father: Simon LUTTRELL

Mother: Margaret BATHE

Married: Robert SHERLOCK (Esq.)


Catherine LUTTRELL

Father: Simon LUTTRELL

Mother: Margaret BATHE

Married: Patrick WHITE of Flemingstown (Esq.)


Elizabeth LUTTRELL

Father: Simon LUTTRELL

Mother: Margaret BATHE

Married: Christopher CRUISE of the Naule (Esq.)


Thomas LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown (Sir)

Born: BEF 1496, Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland

Died: 1554, Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland

Buried: 1554, Clonsilla Church, Ireland

Notes: See his Biography.

Father: Richard LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Mother: Margaret FITZLYONS

Married 1: Anne AYLMER (dau. of Bartholomew Aylmer of Lyons and Margaret Chevers) 1531, Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland

Children:

1. Richard LUTTRELL

2. Anne LUTTRELL

3. Christopher LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown (b. BEF 1530 - d. 1556)

4. Margaret LUTTRELL

Married 2: Elizabeth BATHE (dau. of Sir William Bathe of Rathfeigh)

Children:

5. James LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown (Sir)

6. Simon LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

7. Robert LUTTRELL of Tankardstown

8. John LUTTRELL of Killeigh

9. Walter LUTTRELL (b. ABT 1554 - d. AFT 1572)


Anne LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1526, Luttrellstown, Ireland

Notes: progenitors of the Dillon Baronets of Lismullen Co. Meath, Ireland. Thomas father was Sir Bartholemew Dillon who died 1534 and his mother was Elizabeth, the only daughter of Thomas Barnwell of Irishtown. His grandfather was Sir James Dillon of Proudstown and his grandmother was either Honora, daughter of Sir John Darcy of Tolleshunt, or Elizabeth, daughter of Bartholemew Bathe of Dullardstown.

Father: Thomas LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown (Sir)

Mother: Elizabeth BATHE / Anne AYLMER

Married: Thomas DILLON of Riverston (Esq.) (son of Sir Bartholemew Dillon and Elizabeth Barnwell)

Children:

1. Robert DILLON of Riverston (d. 27 Jul 1597)


Margaret LUTTRELL

Father: Thomas LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown (Sir)

Mother: Elizabeth BATHE / Anne AYLMER

Married: Luke NETTERVILLE of Douth (d. AFT 1558) (son of John Netterville and Alison St. Lawrence)

Children:

1. John NETTERVILLE of Douth (b. ABT 1554 - d. 20 Sep 1601) (m. Eleanor Gernon)

2. Richard NETTERVILE (b. ABT 1556 - d. 5 Sep 1607) (m. Alison Plunkett)

3. George NETTERVILE (b. ABT 1558)

4. Thomas NETTERVILE (b. ABT 1560)

5. Margaret NETTERVILE (b. ABT 1562) (m. John Netterville)

6. Alison NETTERVILE (b. ABT 1564) (m. Alexander Barnewall)


James LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown (Sir)

Born: ABT 1536, Luttrellstown, Ireland

Died: 1557

Notes: 1556, Sheriff of the County Dublin. In the expedition against the Scottish invaders was ordered to serve in person as well as to contribute four mounted archers. In his will he appears in a very pleasing light as a landlord, leaving legacies to those who had taken pains in the cultivation of the Luttrellstown lands, and mentioning that he had given leases in one case because the tenant had long served his family, and in another because the tenant's house and goods had been burned. He married, the year before his death, a sister of one of his neighbours, Sir William Sarfield of Lucan - a lady remarkable for having no less than five husbands, of whom Luttrell was the second, and married later to Sir John Plunkett, widow of Catherine, the aunt of Sir James. By her he had a posthumous son, who only lived three years. On the death of this infant Luttrellstown passed to his brother Simon Luttrell, from whom the subsequent owners were descended.

Father: Thomas LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown (Sir)

Mother: Elizabeth BATHE

Married: Janet SARFIELD (d. 23 Feb 1597) (dau. of Sir William Sarsfleld of Lucan) 1556

Children:

1. Son LUTTRELL


John LUTTRELL of Killeigh

Born: ABT 1553 in Luttrellstown, Ireland

Died: 1620

Father: Thomas LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown (Sir)

Mother: Elizabeth BATHE

Married 1: Mary NUGENT

Married 2: ?


Richard LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1530, Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland

Died: BEF 1554

Notes: some sources says that was his son the Thomas who married Eleanor Preston or Eleanor Cheevers.

Father: Thomas LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown (Sir)

Mother: Elizabeth BATHE / Anne AYLMER

Married: Mary DUNSANY (dau. of Lord Dunsany) (w. of Thomas Plunket of Rathmore, Esq.)

Children:

1. Anne LUTTRELL

2. Elizabeth LUTTRELL

3. Thomas LUTTRELL


Elizabeth LUTTRELL

Father: Richard LUTTRELL

Mother: Mary DUNSANY

Married: Christopher NUGENT 1601


Robert LUTRELL of Tankardstown

Born: ABT 1549, Laroghes, Kildare, Ireland

Died: BET 1579 / 1663, Tankardstown, County Meath, Ireland

Father: Thomas LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown (Sir)

Mother: Elizabeth BATHE

Married: Elizabeth ROCHFORT (dau. of Robert Rochfort) BET 1565 / 1618, Kilbride, Ireland

Children:

1. James LUTTRELL

2. Mary LUTTRELL

3. Oliver LUTTRELL

4. Richard LUTTRELL

5. Jane LUTTRELL (d. ABT 1632)


Richard LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1560, Tankardstown, Meath, Ireland

Died: ABT 1633

Father: Robert LUTTRELL of Tankardstown

Mother: Elizabeth ROCHFORT

Married: Anne CUSACK (dau. of Robert Cusack and Catherine Nugent)

Children:

1. Oliver LUTTRELL

2. James LUTTRELL

3. Jane LUTTRELL

4. Mary LUTTRELL


Simon LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Born: ABT 1548

Notes: See his Biography.

Father: Thomas LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown (Sir)

Mother: Elizabeth BATHE

Married 1: Dau. GAYDON

Children:

1. Thomas LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

2. Dau. LUTTRELL

Married 2: Elizabeth FINGLAS

Children:

2. Nicholas LUTTRELL (d. 1610)


Dau. LUTTRELL

Father: Simon LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Mother: Dau. GAYDON

Married: Nicholas FITZSIMONS of Baldoyle


Thomas LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Born: BET 1576 / 1580, Luttrellstown, Ireland

Died: 12 Nov 1634, Luttrellstown, Ireland

Buried: Unknown Clonsilla Church, Luttrellstown, Ireland

Notes: took a prominent part in public affairs as one of the leaders of the Roman Catholic party in the House of Commons. He was one of those who in 1605 signed the petition from the Roman Catholic lords and gentlemen of the Pale, and his action at that time led to his confinement in Dublin Castle, and to a recommendation from the Lord Deputy that on account of his obstinacy in refusing to make any acknowledgement of wrong doings he should be sent into England. He was foremost in the contest for the Speaker's Chair in 1613, and was one of those who went on the Roman Catholic deputation to James I. He had incurred the bitter enmity of Lord Deputy Chichester, and owing to the allegations which the Lord Deputy made against him was thrown into the Fleet Prison in London and kept a prisoner for eleven weeks. In 1627 he was returned as one of the men of fair estate in the English Pale who were fit to be placed in command of a troop of horse, and in 1634 he was again elected as one of the representative's of the County Dublin, and was present at the opening of Strafford's first parliament. Thomas Luttrell was twice married, his first wife being in 1605 to Eleanor Preston [according to Burkes Extinct, daughter of the Earl of Gormanston], but [Ball, vol.4, 1906] says she was Eleanor Cheevers, daughter of John Cheevers.

Father: Simon LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Mother: Dau. GAYDON

Married 1: Eleanor PRESTON (dau. of Christopher Preston, 4 V. Gormanston, and Catherine Fitzwilliam) 1605, Luttrellstown, Ireland

Children:

1. Stephen LUTTRELL

2. Catherine LUTTRELL

3. Simon LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Married 2: Alison St. LAWRENCE (dau. of Nicholas St. Lawrence, 21 B. Howth) 1616

Children:

4. Thomas LUTTRELL (d. 1673)

5. John LUTTRELL

6. Susan LUTTRELL (m. Edmund Butler of Tullahinah, Esq.)

7. Margaret LUTTRELL

8. Allison LUTTRELL

9. Mary LUTTRELL (b. ABT 1620) (m. William Fitzwilliam, 3 V. Merrion)


Catherine LUTTRELL

Father: Thomas LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Mother: Eleanor PRESTON

Married: Robert HARTPOLE of Stirule (Esq.)


Simon LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Born: 1600, Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland

Died: 1650

Notes: lived to see Ireland under the rule of the Parliament. He was thirty-four years of age when his father died, and had maintained the traditions of his family by his marriage to Mary Preston. He had sons: Simon, Henry, Robert. The last named was the founder of the American family. In 1643 he was returned to the dying Irish parliament at a by-election as member for the borough of Navan, and in the following year he waited upon Charles I at Oxford. Simon Luttrell was made a gentleman of the Bedchamber to Charles II. ( However, according to History of a Noted Irish Family, it states that it was Simon's son, Thomas, who was made a Gentleman of the Bedchamber not Thomas' son Simon.) Two years later, in 1646, he entertained the Marquis of Clanricarde at Luttrellstown, while the Marquis was carrying on the negotiations between Ormonde and General Preston, who had advanced as far as Lucan with the army of the Confederates. His death took place about 1650 in the Battle of Lindon, in the French army, and he left several children, including his heir, Thomas Luttrell, but it was some time before the latter enjoyed the estates to which he had succeeded.

Father: Thomas LUTTRELL of Luttrellstown

Mother: Eleanor PRESTON

Married: Mary PRESTON (b. ABT 1600) (dau. of Jenico Preston, 5 V. Gormanston, and Margaret St. Lawrence) (w. of Sir Thomas Allen of St. Wolstan's) 1634, Gormanston, Meath, Ireland

Children:

1. Thomas LUTTRELL (b. AFT 1634 - d. Aug 1674) (m. Barbara Seagrave)

2. Henry LUTTRELL

3. Robert LUTTRELL

4. Simon LUTTRELL



Margaret LUTTRELL

Born: ABT 1591, Dunster Castle, Somerset, England

Married: John TREVILIAN (d. 24 May 1623) (son of John Trevilian and Urith Chichester) ABT 1616, Nettlecombe, Somerset, England


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