Luttrell - Littrell

 

By Marcine E. Lohman

 


 

Robert Luttrell of Luttrellstown, Ireland

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

†††† 1.Robert1 Luttrell was born before 1390 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland, and died 1436 - 1437 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.He married Ann Courtenay de Ashbourne1 in Ireland, daughter of Sir Elias de Astbourne.She was born in Devonshire, England, and died Unknown in Luttrellstown, Ireland.

 

Robert Luttrell of Luttrellstown Castle, Luttrellstown (the estate was most of Clonsilla parish, from the River Liffey to Clonsilla Church), between Clonsilla and Lucan, W Co. Dublin

 

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. He inherited property, including Kindlestown, in the County Wicklow, from Sir Elias de Ashbourne, (Knight of Devon) who has been mentioned in connection with Knocklyon in the parish of Tallaght, and who appears as a witness of the transfer of the Salmon Leap property to Simon Luttrell.(Source:Ball, Francis Elrington, A History of the County Dublin, This work covers almost all of Dublin and was originally published in six volumes (1902-1920).The people, parishes and antiquities from the earliest times to the close of the eighteenth century. Online Source: http://www.chaptersofdublin.com/books/ball1-6/balllist.htm)

 

Source:Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Volume IV. Richmond, VA: n.p, 1915.

The Robert Luttrell who settled on the banks of the Liffey near Dublin at Luttrellstown, was in 1226 treasurer of St. Patrick's Cathedral, and in 1236 was Lord Chancellor of Ireland. There is mention of a Michael Luttrell, who owned the same estate at the close of the century, and later in 1349 of a Simon Luttrell, who died in the possession of the property.The next owner whose name we have is Robert Luttrell, who married a daughter of Sir Elias de Ashbourne, of Devon, England, and by this marriage added materially to his already large estate.

[Marcine's Note:This would have me believe that Simon Luttrell who had the estate in 1349 could be a father or grandfather to this Robert who married Ann de Ashbourne.The Michael could be Simon's father and the Robert found here in 1226 could be the immigrant ancestor to Ireland.]

 

I have seen Ann Courtenay de Ashbourne listed as Margaret DeAshburne on Martha Wilson's genealogy, 20211 SW 85th ct, Tualatin, OR 97062 USAmoka_joka@yahoo.com

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Children of Robert Luttrell and Ann de Ashbourne are:

††††† 2†††††††††††† i.†† Hugh2 Luttrell, born in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland; died Unknown in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.

+††† 3††††††††††† ii.†† Christopher Luttrell, born circa 1400 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland; died April 1455 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

†††† 3.Christopher2 Luttrell (Robert1)1 was born circa 1400 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland, and died April 1455 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland2.He married Catherine Rochfort3,4 circa 1420 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland, daughter of Thomas Rochfort.

 

There is some confusion here as to who succeeded Christopher after his death in 1454-1455.Was it Richard or Thomas?

 

In "History of West Virginia and Itís People," it states that Christopher was succeeded by his son Richard who married Margaret FitzLyons, daughter of Patrick FitzLeons.(1)

 

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.At the age of 51, he is still alive with another comment, "In 1486 we find him filling the office of sheriff of his native county...." so we know he didn't pass away at least until after then. (2)

 

It also further states that in 1527 Thomas (who married in 1506) appeared as a plaintiff in a suit in the Common Pleas in connection with the property inherited from Sir Elias de Ashbourne. (2)[This is no doubt the property that Robert Luttrell inherited through his wife, Ann Courtenay de Ashbourne, daughter of Sir Elias de Ashbourne].

 

"A History of the County Dublin" indicates that Christopher was succeeded in order of generations, by Thomas, Richard, then Thomas.And that Richardís son, Thomas, was married in 1506 "when he can have been little more than a youth."Doing the math you can assume that Thomas' son Richard could have been born around the time when Thomas was only 19 (i.e. about. 1454-55).This would allow for Richard to father Thomas as early as 1475 but since we know that he "can have been a little more than a youth" in 1506, it must be assumed that Thomas was born much later.So it is reasonable that this could be true.

 

I then looked to the other possibility of Christopher Luttrell being succeeded by his son Richard who had married Margaret FitzLyons, daughter of Patrick Fitz-Leons, Esq., and they had a son, Sir Thomas who became the chief justice of Ireland. (3)

 

To do any confirmation at all, requires some dates of reference of which the "History of West Virginia and Itís People" offers none.So I then turned to the other document, A History of the County Dublin for dates to work with.Working with the dates of 1454 (Christopher's death) and 1506 (Thomas' marriage) you have a difference of 52 years.If Thomas was only 10 years old (remember he was a youth) at the time of his marriage, then he could have been born in 1494 - this narrows the time range to 40 years.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, to Richard, to Thomas.

 

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(1)History of West Virginia and Itís People,(Volume 2. Charleston, WV: Lewis Historical Publishing County, 1913.).

 

(2)Ball, Francis Elrington, A History of the County Dublin,(Originally published in six volumes (1902-1920). Online Source: http://www.chaptersofdublin.com/books/ball1-6/balllist.htm).

 

(3)Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, Volume IV. Richmond, VA: n.p, 1915.

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Child of Christopher Luttrell and Catherine Rochfort is:

+††† 4†††††††††††† i.†† Thomas3 Luttrell, born circa 1435 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland; died after 1486 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

†††† 4.Thomas3 Luttrell (Christopher2, Robert1) was born circa 1435 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland, and died after 1486 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland5.He married Ellen Bellew before 1454 in Ireland, daughter of Philip Bellew.She was born WFT Est. 1423-1465, and died in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.

 

Robert was succeeded by his son Christopher Luttrell, who died in 1454, and the latter by his son Thomas Luttrell, who was stated at the time of his father's death, although only nineteen years of age, to be married to Ellen, daughter of Philip 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.

 

Thomas Luttrell was succeeded at Luttrellstown by his son Richard Luttrell, who married Margaret, daughter of Patrick FitzLyon; and the latter in his turn by his son Thomas, who adopted the profession of the law and was one of the most distinguished members of the family.

 

(Source:Ball, Francis Elrington, A History of the County Dublin, This work covers almost all of Dublin and was originally published in six volumes (1902-1920).The people, parishes and antiquities from the earliest times to the close of the eighteenth century. Online Source: http://www.chaptersofdublin.com/books/ball1-6/balllist.htm)

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Children of Thomas Luttrell and Ellen Bellew are:

††††† 5†††††††††††† i.†† Ellen4 Luttrell, born in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.She married Nicholas Travers; born in Cortilagh, County Meath, Ireland.

 

More About Nicholas Travers:

Appointments/Titles: Esquire of Corthagh, County Meath, Ireland

 

††††† 6††††††††††† ii.†† Sir Robert Luttrell, born in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.

††††† 7†††††††††† iii.†† Thomas Luttrell, born in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland; died 15706.

 

More About Thomas Luttrell:

Occupation: 1486, Sheriff of Co. Dublin

 

+††† 8†††††††††† iv.†† Richard Luttrell, born after 1455 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland; died after 1540 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

†††† 8.Richard4 Luttrell (Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)7 was born after 1455 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland, and died after 1540 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.He married Margaret FitzLyons circa 1505 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland, daughter of Patrick Fitz-Leon.She was born in Dublin, Ireland, and died Unknown.

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Children of Richard Luttrell and Margaret FitzLyons are:

††††† 9†††††††††††† i.†† Anne5 Luttrell, born in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.She married Sir Patrick Barnewall.

 

More About Sir Patrick Barnewall:

Occupation: Master of the Rolls.

 

††††† 10††††††††† ii.†† Catherine Luttrell, born in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.She married (1) Nicholas Barnewall8; born in Drimnagh.She married (2) Sir John Plunkett9.

 

More About Nicholas Barnewall:

Occupation: Esquire of Drumnagh, Ireland.

 

For a quarter of a century after Thomas Plunkett's death in 1519, Dunsoghly castle was occupied by his son, Christopher. As he was old enough when his father bought Much Cabragh to understand the effect of the purchase, he must have been at least 50 years of age when he succeeded to the castle, and he had been long married, and had children of mature years. His wife was a daughter of his father's colleague, Philip Bermingham, chief justice of the king's bench, and by her he had three sons, the eldest of whom, maintaining the legal tradition of his family, adopted the Bar as his profession.

 

Before 1547 Dunsoghly castle had passed to Sir John Plunkett, chief justice of the queen's bench, as Christopher Plunkett's eldest son became in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, and was his chief residence until his death. In the last decade of Henry the Eighth's reign there is an indication that John Plunkett was well known to those in high places, and not long after his succession to Dunsoghly he appears at the right hand of Edward the Sixth's lord deputy, Sir Edward Bellingham. His post was hardly one that an embryo judge would now fill, and his chief duties seem to have been the provisioning and furnishing of the houses occupied by the lord deputy and his retinue.

 

While the lord deputy was in the country he writes as an expert on the quality of beer to him, and in the same letter he promises to use his best efforts to procure for the lord deputy's retinue beds of the first quality in place of some which had been rejected on the ground that they were unfit for the lord deputy's servants, much less for his gentlemen.

 

But during the reign of Queen Mary, John Plunkett is mentioned frequently as acting on commissions of a legal character, and in 1556 he appears as a member of the Irish privy council. In the latter position he was continued on the accession of Queen Elizabeth, and before she had been 12 months on the throne he was raised to the chief seat on the common law bench.

 

Although it is not uncommon to find leading men in the Pale adapting themselves to the revolutions in Church and State which the 16th century witnessed, yet Sir John Plunkett is an exceptionally striking example.

 

In the reign of Edward the Sixth he was one of the few Irish officials privileged to approach the Lord Protector, and was entrusted with the duty of providing for the spiritual care of his own parish; and in the reign of Queen Elizabeth he was prominent in the government of his country, and enjoyed the close friendship of her chancellor, Archbishop Loftus, the chief ecclesiastic of the Established Church, who refers to him after his death as "the good Sir John Plunkett."

 

But notwithstanding these indications of his attachment to the reformed faith, he was not only appointed by Queen Mary a member of her Irish council, hut was also admitted to her presence and given by her a grant of lands on more favourable terms than had been originally proposed.

 

In regard to the affairs of State as well as of the Church he saw eye to eye with the English government. In the winter of 1562 he was one of the three members of the Irish council sent to discuss with Queen Elizabeth the state of Ireland, and he displayed then such zeal for the English interest that her secretary assured him on his taking leave that he would be one of the first remembered for reward. When the controversy arose in regard to the cess the only land-owners in Dublin county, who approved of its imposition, were he and Sir Thomas Fitzwilliam, of Merrion, who was his cousin; and not long before his death he was commended by Archbishop Loftus to Sir Francis Walsingham for the "hearty service and great friendship" which he had always extended to "their whole nation."

 

Of his discharge of his judicial duties no knowledge is available, but the assistance which he gave in the government of Ireland was of great value, and drew from successive chief governors high praise. In the year 1565, after the battle between Ormond and Desmond at Affane, he was for many weeks at Waterford with Lord Justice Arnold, inquiring into the origin of the encounter; and at the close of the year 1567, when he received the honour of knighthood, he was sent with the Bishop of Meath, under a guard of 50 horse, to Munster, where he remained for several months settling the country after the Desmond confiscations. On that occasion his justice and incorruptibility were eulogized by Lord Justice Fitzwilliam and his successor Lord Deputy Sidney, and a few months before his death, in 1582, an effort to obtain some token of the queen's recognition of his long service was made by the Irish government, but met no substantial response.

 

At the time of his death Sir John Plunkett had attained to a very great age. Three years before he is said to have been so blind as to have been scarcely able to see his food, and for some months before his death he was known to be dying. His later years were clouded by attacks made upon him by a step-son. He had been married three times: first to Catherine Luttrell ; secondly to Elizabeth Preston; and thirdly to Genet Sarsfield.

 

Genet Sarsfield, who is said to have been married five times, was, at the time of her marriage to Sir John Plunkett, the widow of Sir Thomas Cusack, sometime lord chancellor of Ireland, and the attacks made upon him came from her son by that marriage, with whom he had long litigation.

 

In regard to these he wrote thus two years before his death to Sir Francis Walsingham.

 

"Truth urged me to visit your honour with those few lines, where I am informed Edward Cusack alleged my book concerning his proceeding contained but lies. I assure your honour every article therein in pith and substance is most true. I look not to live to write any untruth willingly, 'laudanti se videntur deesse vicini,' yet in truth a man may be his own herald. I have served my sovereign, beginning the first Michaelmas term of her Highness's reign to this present, and God be praised, uprightly, without respect to the contrary, and now to fail were too late."

 

As he mentions in his will, Sir John Plunkett received with his last wife "no small commodity," but although "he laid thereunto so much of his own," he says that he was "nothing the richer." His references to silver vessels, gilt, partly gilt, and ungilt, show that his cupboard was as well furnished as that of his grandfather; and a chapel adjoining Dunsoghly castle, another adjoining the church of the parish, and a chamber built over a mineral spring in the village, testified to his large ideas and piety. The chapel adjoining the castle lies to the south, and is an oblong building, 21 feet three inches by 12 feet three inches, the plainness of which is relieved by the doorway and the windows. The doorway is in the north wall, and as a tablet with the initials " I. P. M. D. G. S.1573," records, it was the work of John Plunkett, knight, of Dunsoghly, and his wife Genet Sarsfield. It is round-headed, with neat mouldings and a bold hood. Under the hood are a rose and fleur-de-lis, which were possibly intended to be symbolic of the Virgin, "the rose of Sharon and the lily of the valley," and above the hood there is a well-cut slab showing the instruments of the Passion; those in the centre, namely the handle of the scourge, the spear, and the hammer, with the heart, the hands, and the feet, were probably originally of metal set in the existing stone.

 

Of an east window only the round-headed splay remains, but, owing to its having been built up inside, a window to the west, of two lights with a thin shaft and segmental heads, is in good preservation. Besides these windows there are two smaller windows in the south side, and there are ambries at both ends of the north wall.

 

As in the case of the blind Lord of Howth, pride in his family and interest in the past were prominent in Sir John Plunkett's character. In regard to the first trait, it is related that he was very angry when a representation of his arms was blown down in Christ Church Cathedral, and in his will he is careful to emphasize his descent from the noble house of Killeen by large bequests to the churches with which that house was connected; and in regard to the second trait, it is recorded that it was from chronicles belonging to him that part of the "Book of Howth" was compiled, and his active support was given to the first proposal for printing the statutes of Ireland.

 

Of his office he was not a little proud, as a bequest of his judicial gown "furred with madder" shows; arid the fact that Dunsoghly was held from the Crown by royal service, and that it fell to his lot to contribute three archers to the muster, was to him, no doubt, a source of gratification.

 

As a neighbour at Dunbro, Sir John Plunkett bad a leading gentleman of the Pale, Mark Barnewall, a great-grandson of Sir Nicholas Barnewall and Ismay Serjeant of Castleknock. Their son Edward married a daughter of his stepfather, Sir Robert Bold, by a previous marriage, and is said to have been the first of his name seated at Dunbro.

 

He was succeeded there by his son Robert, who married Elizabeth Shelton, and was the father by her of Sir John Plunkett's neighbour. Mark Barnewall resembled in character Sir John Plunkett, being, in the words of Archbishop Loftus, " a very godly and honest man," and married a lady who had been previously wife of a son of Sir John Plunkett. He is mentioned first in connexion with the military expeditions against the Scots and Shane O'Neill, in which he served either in person or by deputy, and later on he appears on a mission to the English court on behalf of the Earl of Clanricarde.

 

But at the same time his own services were considered worthy of recognition, and he is found in correspondence with Lord Burghley about lands in county Kildare which were granted to him, together with a commissionership of the muster in Dublin county.

 

After Sir John Plunkett's death Dunsoghly came into the possession of Sir Christopher Plunkett, who was his grandson. He has been described as "an eminent and gracious lawyer," but he has left no mark in his professional capacity, and ire is now remembered as one of the leading landowners of the Pale in the reign of James the First.

http://www.chaptersofdublin.com/books/ball1-6/Ball6/ball6.5.htm

(Ball, Vol 6, Chapter 5)

 

More About Sir John Plunkett:

Appointments/Titles: Knight of Dunsoghly, County Dublin, Ireland.

Occupation: Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench.9

 

††††† 11†††††††† iii.†† Elizabeth Luttrell, born in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.She married (1) John Fitz-Christopher Cusack; born in Turvey, Ireland.She married (2) Thomas Barbe; born in Dublin, Ireland.

+††† 12†††††††† iv.†† Simon Luttrell, born in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.

††††† 13††††††††† v.†† Robert Luttrell9, born in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.Robert Luttrell was a Archdeacon of Meath9 and never married or left any children.

+††† 15††††††† vii.†† Honorable Sir Thomas Luttrell, born before 1496 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland; died 1554 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

†††† 12.Simon5 Luttrell (Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland, and died Unknown.He married Margaret Bathe 1490.She was born in Landenstown, County Kildare, Ireland, and died Unknown.

 

Simon, alderman of Dublin, who m. Margaret, Dau. of--Bath, Esq., of Landenstown, co. Kildare, and had three daus.:

(1) Mary, m. to Robert Sherlock, Esq.; (2) Catherine, m. to Patrick white, Esq., of Flemingstown; and (3) Elizabeth, m. to Christopher Cruise, Esq., of the Naule.

[Source:Luterel-Baron Luterel, By writ of summons, Dated 24 June 1295.I have this manuscript in my possession but do not know who authored it.]

 

More About Simon Luttrell:

Appointments/Titles: Alderman of Dublin, Ireland.

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Children of Simon Luttrell and Margaret Bathe are:

††††† 16†††††††††† i.†† Mary6 Luttrell10, born in Luttrellstown, Ireland.She married Robert Sherlock.

 

More About Robert Sherlock:

Appointments/Titles: Esquire, Ireland.

 

††††† 17††††††††† ii.†† Catherine Luttrell10, born in Luttrellstown, Ireland.She married Patrick White; born in Flemingstown, Ireland.

 

More About Patrick White:

Appointments/Titles: Esquire of Flemingstown.

 

††††† 18†††††††† iii.†† Elizabeth Luttrell10, born in Luttrellstown, Ireland.She married Christopher Cruise; born in Naule, Ireland.

 

More About Christopher Cruise:

Appointments/Titles: Esquire of Naule.

 

 

†††† 15.Honorable Sir Thomas5 Luttrell (Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born before 1496 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland11, and died 1554 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland12.He married (1) Elizabeth Bathe1213, daughter of Sir William Bathe.She was born in Rathfeigh, County Meath, Ireland, and died Unknown.He married (2) Anne Aylmer1415.She was born circa 1505 in Lyons, Kildare, Ireland, and died before 1599.

 

The Right Hon. Sir Thomas Luttrell, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas in Ireland, as he became, was a typical example of a gentleman of the English Pale of his time. In spite of the centuries which had elapsed since his family first settled in Ireland and of constant intercourse in his youth with the Irish, which is shown by his knowledge of the Irish language, he remained ever true to the interests of England, and looked upon Ireland, outside the small extent embraced in the Pale, as a foreign country. (1)

 

At the same time the long separation of his family from England caused him to have little in common with the inhabitants of that country, and to take what may perhaps be described as a parochial view of English policy. Notwithstanding the residence in England necessary for his admission to the legal profession, during which he must have made acquaintance with many of English birth, his relatives and more intimate friends all belonged to the small community within the Pale. (1)

 

One of his sisters was married to Sir Patrick Barnewall of Turvey, who, like himself, was a lawyer and became Master of the Rolls, and another married as her first husband Nicholas Barnewall of Drimnagh, and as her second Sir John Plunkett of Dunsoghly, who was also a lawyer and became Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench. (1)

 

Of his two brothers, Robert, who was Archdeacon of Meath, never married, but the other, Simon, a merchant and alderman of Dublin, took as his wife a daughter of the house of Bathe. Both Chief Justice Luttrell's own wives-for he was twice married-were also taken from old Pale families, one being the daughter of Bartholomew Aylmer of Lyons, and the other the daughter of Sir William Bathe, of Rathfeigh. (1)

 

Of Luttrell's early life little is known. His first marriage appears to have taken place in 1506, when he can have been little more than a youth, and in 1527 he appears as plaintiff in a suit in the Common Pleas in connection with the property inherited from Sir Elias de Ashbourne. (1)

 

In 1532 his talents first received recognition from the Crown in his appointment as Solicitor-General and King's Serjeant in Ireland, and in 1534 he was promoted to the Bench as Chief Justice of the Common Pleas a position he filled until his death twenty years later. (1)

 

He was an active member of the Council, in which capacity we find him accompanying Lord Deputy Grey on his expedition to meet Tirlagh O"Poole, and on another occasion taking charge of Dublin in the Lord Deputy's absence; and it has been stated that he was instrumental in securing the preservation of the public records in a place of safety. (1)

 

When the Commission presided over by Sir Anthony St. Leger was sent to Ireland in 1537 by Henry VIII., Chief Justice Luttrell was one of those called upon to give evidence. He urged the desirability of restraining the defenders of the Pale in their exaction's, which he feared would soon reduce the Pale to the same condition as the rest of Ireland, where obedience to their Prince was only feigned; the necessity of subduing their nearest enemies, the Kavanaghs, O'Tooles and O'Byrnes; the danger of employing Irish soldiers; the advantage of a Lord Deputy of English birth but with long tenure of office; and, with reference to the inhabitants of the Pale, the benefit of making the English dress and language, as well as knowledge of the use of the bow, compulsory, of expelling Irish bards and musicians, of preventing the return of Englishmen to their own country, and finally, of printing the statutes, a work only now about to be accomplished. (1)

 

Some letters from Chief Justice Luttrell written about this time are still extant; in one of these he refers to the capture of his relative Aylmer of Lyons, by the O'Tooles, and says that a ransom will have to be paid for his release; and in another he mentions the recent "ruffling time" with O'Neill, and says that rents will be slowly paid, as the farmers, whose services saved the Pale from utter destruction, are all lying out in camps. (1)

 

In the latter letter the Chief Justice also mentions the dissolution of the religious houses, by which he profited. St. Mary's Abbey had owned from the time of its foundation the lands of Coolmine, in Clonsilla parish, and in addition had obtained in the fifteenth century lands in that parish which had belonged to the Priory of Little Malvern in England. (1)

 

Of the latter lands Chief Justice Luttrell was tenant at the time of the dissolution, and doubtless then became owner. In addition he received grants of other monastic property, including some of the possessions of the Hospital of St. John the Baptist, to which he had acted as legal adviser. (1)

 

The estate which he had inherited from his father was no inconsiderable one, and must have been of material assistance to him in professional advancement. Of this we catch a glimpse in the rare and much. prized goshawk sent by him as a present to Mr. Secretary Cromwell. (1)

 

At the time of his death Chief Justice Luttrell was possessed of much personal as well as real property, and shortly after his death the Crown applied to his executors for the loan of what was then a very large amount of money. (1)

 

He kept open house in the castle of Luttrellstown, and entailed on the future owners certain property for the maintenance of hospitality there, together with the use of a basin and ewer of silver, a silver gilt salt cellar and cover, a dozen spoons, and a chain of fine gold of twenty links - articles of no small value as is shown by their weight in ounces, which the Chief Justice sets forth in his will. (1)

 

His death took place in 1554, and he was, doubtless, buried according to his directions, "honestly but without pomp," in Clonsilla Church, which he directed should be extended sufficiently to admit of a sepulchre being made for him on the north side of the new part. (1)

 

He must have, at any rate outwardly, adopted the reformed faith, but his belief in its creed did not prevent his leaving money for the preferment in marriage of maidens of his kin in the hope of obtaining salvation for himself and his brother Simon. (1)

 

Besides providing for the extension of Clonsilla Church he left money for the repair of the chancel and also for rebuilding the bridge at Mulhuddart. He left six sons and three daughters, one of whom was married to Luke Netterville of Dowth, who became one of the Justices of the Queen's Bench, and another to Thomas Dillon of Riverston. Another son, Richard, had predeceased him, leaving a daughter, for whom the Chief Justice made provision. (1)

 

The Chief Justice was succeeded by his eldest son Christopher, who however survived him only a short time, and two years after the Chief Justice's death, in 1556, his second son, James, was in possession of Luttrellstown. (1)

 

However, a manuscript I have on the Luterel-Baron Luterel lineage indicates that Thomas' oldest son, Richard was still alive and succeeded him.It further indicates that Richard Luttrell, Esquire, married Mary, daughter of Lord Dunsany, and widow of Thomas Plunket, Esquire, of Rathmore, and by her had two daughters and one son.The two daughters being Anne who died unmarried and Elizabeth who married Sir Christopher Nugent in 1601 and the son, being Thomas who married Eleanor Preston and succeeded him. (2)I must now wonder if this is the correct Richard to tie into this line especially since the marriage to Eleanor Preston is even in question.And by Ball believed to be Eleanor Cheevers instead.

 

In that year the latter was Sheriff of the County Dublin, and in the expedition against the Scottish invaders was ordered to serve in person as well as to contribute four mounted archers His death, which took place in 1557, was, like that of his brother, premature. 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. (1)

 

He married, the year before his death, a sister of one of his neighbours, Sir William Sarsfleld, of Lucan - a lady remarkable for having no less than five husbands, of whom Luttrell was the second. By her he had a posthumous son, who only lived three years. (1)

 

On the death of this infant, Luttrellstown passed to the Chief Justice's third son, Simon Luttrell, from whom the subsequent owners were descended. Of his three younger brothers the eldest, Robert, settled at Tankardstown, in the County Meath; the second, John, who died in 1620 and was buried at Clonsilla, resided at a place called Killeigh; and the third, Walter, matriculated in 1572 at Oxford University. (1)

 

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(1)Ball, Francis Elrington, "A History of the County Dublin", Volume IV, Chapter 1.This work covers almost all of Dublin and was originally published in six volumes (1902-1920).Covers the people, parishes and antiquities from the earliest times to the close of the eighteenth century. Online Source: http://www.chaptersofdublin.com/books/ball1-6/balllist.htm.

 

(2)Luterel-Baron Luterel.I have this manuscript in my possession but do not know who authored it.

 

See also:

Form No: 12242

Repository: National Archives of Ireland, Dublin

Collection: Record Commission

Main Reference: RC10/1

Description: Wills and Deeds of landowners in the 16th and 17th centuries, many of which detail family settlements, including provisions for wives, daughters, and younger sons.This volume contains Deeds and Wills extracted from inquisitions, County Carlow and County Dublin in the reign of Elizabeth, for example, page 91, Thomas Luttrell of Luttrellstown, Knight, details of inheritance granted to his daughter Anne.

 

This is where the two branches in America split.Richard's descendants follow Robert and Simon to America while Robert's descendants follow James to America.

 

More About Honorable Sir Thomas Luttrell:

Appointments/Titles: November 1553, Chief Justice of the Court of Camron Place in Ireland16

Burial: 1554, Clonsilla Church, Ireland.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Bathe:

Elizabeth Bathe was the daughter and co-heir of Sir William Bathe, Knight of Rathfeigh, County Meath, Ireland.

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Children of Thomas Luttrell and Elizabeth Bathe are:

††††† 21†††††††††† i.†† Christopher6 Luttrell, born before 1530 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland; died 155617.

+††† 22††††††††† ii.†† Richard Luttrell, born circa 1530 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland; died before 1554.

+††† 23†††††††† iii.†† Anne Luttrell, born circa 1526 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.

††††† 24†††††††† iv.†† Margaret Luttrell, born circa 1532 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland; died 1532 - 1572.She married Lucas Natterville; born WFT Est. 1520-1552.Lucas Natterville was the Justice of King's Bench

††††† 25††††††††† v.†† James Luttrell, born circa 1536 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland; died 155717.He married Dame Janet Sarsfield 1556 in Luttrellstown, Ireland17.In 1556, he was Sheriff of the County Dublin.

+††† 26†††††††† vi.†† Robert Luttrell, born 1539 - 1582 in Luttrellstown, County Dublin, Ireland; died 1579 - 1663 in Tankardstown, County Meath, Ireland.

+††† 27††††††† vii.†† Simon Luttrell, born circa 1548 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.

††††† 28†††††† viii.†† John Luttrell, born circa 1553 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland; died 162017.He married Mary Nugent.

††††† 29†††††††† ix.†† Walter Luttrell, born circa 1554 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

†††† 22.Richard6 Luttrell (Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born circa 1530 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland18, and died before 155419.He married Mary Dunsany.She was born 1550 - 156020,20, and died Unknown.

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Children of Richard Luttrell and Mary Dunsany are:

††††† 30†††††††††† i.†† Anne7 Luttrell21.

††††† 31††††††††† ii.†† Elizabeth Luttrell21.She married Sir Christopher Nugent 1601.

 

 

†††† 23.Anne6 Luttrell (Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born circa 1526 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland, and died Unknown.She married Esquire Thomas Dillon22 WFT Est. 1546-1589.He was born in Riverston, County Meath, Ireland, and died Unknown.

 

Notes for Esquire Thomas Dillon:

Thomas and Anne were the progenitors of the Dillon Baronets of Lismullen Co. Meath, Ireland.

 

This Dillon family is being researched by:Clo Schwager, e-mail:cschwager@interbaun.com

 

His father was Sir Bartholemew Dillon who died 1534 and his mother was Elizabeth, the only daughter of Thomas Barnwell or Barnewell of Irishtown.His grandfather was Sir James Dillon of Proudstown and his grandmother was either Honora, daughter of Sir John D'Arcy or Elizabeth, daughter of Bartholemew Bathe of Dullardstown.I have record of Anne and Thomas having only one son, Sir Robert of Riverston or Riverstown who died 27/07/1597.--Clo Schwager

 

More About Esquire Thomas Dillon:

Appointments/Titles: Esquire of Rilverston County Meath, Ireland.

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Child of Anne Luttrell and Thomas Dillon is:

††††† 33†††††††††† i.†† Sir Robert7 Dillon, died July 27, 1597.

 

 

†††† 26.Robert6 Luttrell (Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)23 was born 1539 - 1582 in Luttrellstown, County Dublin, Ireland, and died 1579 - 1663 in Tankardstown, County Meath, Ireland.He married Elizabeth Rochfort 1565 - 1618 in Kilbride, Ireland, daughter of Robert Rochfort.She was born 1546 - 1585 in Kilbride, Ireland, and died 1579 - 1669.

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Children of Robert Luttrell and Elizabeth Rochfort are:

††††† 34†††††††††† i.†† James7 Luttrell, born in Tankardstown, County Meath, Ireland.

††††† 35††††††††† ii.†† Mary Luttrell, born in Tankardstown, County Meath, Ireland.

††††† 36†††††††† iii.†† Oliver Luttrell, born in Tankardstown, County Meath, Ireland.

+††† 37†††††††† iv.†† Richard Luttrell, born circa 1559 in Tankardstown, (6 miles East of Navan), County Meath, Ireland; died October 1633 in Tankardstown, County Meath, Ireland.

††††† 38††††††††† v.†† Jane Luttrell, born circa 1632 in Tankardstown, County Meath, Ireland.

 

 

†††† 27.Simon6 Luttrell (Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)24 was born circa 1548 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland, and died Unknown.He married (1) Gaydon.She died Unknown.He married (2) Elizabeth Finglas.She died Unknown.

 

Simon Luttrell was only a youth at the time of his father's death, and six years after he succeeded to Luttrellstown, in 1566, he entered Lincoln's Inn as a student. He soon settled down to the duties of his position, and we find him acting as a Commissioner for the muster of the militia and sending two archers to the hosting against Shane O'Neill, and three to the hosting at Tara Hill.

 

He was twice married, his first wife being a Miss Gaydon, and his second, who survived him, being Elizabeth, daughter of Richard Finglas. Besides his eldest son Thomas, he left several children, including a daughter, who married Nicholas FitzSimons of Baldoyle, and a son Nicholas, who died in 1610.

 

In the previous year the latter made a will in which he mentioned that he had intended "to apply his study towards Oxford, then after to the Inns of Court," but that through want of means "he had altered his course" and intended to go into other countries "where he might attain the faculty of physic".

 

Luttrellstown was then considered one of the principal castles in the County Dublin. It had been, no doubt, enlarged several times, and in his will Simon Luttrell, when directing that for some years the timber at Luttrellstown should not be cut, excepts such as should be required for the building, as well as the expense of the house.

 

In his son's time we read of the great gallery furnished with cupboards and iron-bound chests in which the family papers were kept, and of the dining room with its tapestry hangings. There was then a mill in full working order on the lands, and at least one other house of considerable size besides the castle, within the parish of Clonsilla.

 

This house was occupied by a first cousin of the Chief Justice's, Nicholas Luttrell, who appears from his will, made in 1568, to have been a man of good position, possessed of flocks and herds and much household goods, including plate, which he divided amongst a somewhat numerous family.

 

The next owner of Luttrellstown, Thomas Luttrell, the eldest son of Simon Luttrell, was returned in 1613, with his relative Sir Christopher Plunkett of Dunsoghly, as Knight of the shire for the County Dublin, and took a prominent part in public affairs as one of the leaders of the Roman Catholic party in the House of Commons.

 

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Ball, Francis Elrington, "A History of the County Dublin", Volume IV, Chapter 1.

This work covers almost all of Dublin and was originally published in six volumes (1902-1920). Covers the people, parishes and antiquities from the earliest times to the close of the eighteenth century.

Online Source: http://www.chaptersofdublin.com/books/ball1-6/balllist.htm

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Child of Simon Luttrell and Gaydon is:

+††† 39†††††††††† i.†† Thomas7 Luttrell, born 1576 - 1580 in Luttrellstown, Ireland; died November 12, 1634 in Luttrellstown, Ireland.

 

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Child of Simon Luttrell and Elizabeth Finglas is:

††††† 40†††††††††† i.†† Nicholas7 Luttrell25, died 161025.

 

Notes for Nicholas Luttrell:

Source Information:

Hamilton, Rosanna, comp.. British Chancery Records, 1386-1558 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004. Original data: Lists of Early Chancery Proceedings.. Public Record Offic Lists and Indexes Volumes.

Description:

The Chancery Court handled civil disputes for all of England and Wales. Its records are now held at the National Archives of the UK and begin in the late 14th century. In 1875 this court became the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice. Therefore, records for the Chancery Court exist from the late 14th century to 1875. This database is an index to the Chancery Court proceedings, which consist of bills of complaint, answers, replications, and rejoinders, from 1386-1558.

Name: Nicholas Luttrell

Place: Somerset

Date: 1556-1558

Volume: 10

Page: 230

Bundle: 1467

 

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

†††† 37.Richard7 Luttrell (Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born circa 1559 in Tankardstown, (6 miles East of Navan), County Meath, Ireland26, and died October 1633 in Tankardstown, County Meath, Ireland.He married Anne (Mary) Cusack circa 1627 in Tankardstown, County Meath, Ireland27, daughter of Robert Cusack.She was born circa 1551 in Cussington, County Meath, Ireland, and died Unknown.

 

LDS Ancestral File submitted by Elizabeth Whitten, 720 Giles Drive NE, Huntsville, AL 35801.I have also seen Richard Luttrell's birth listed as circa 1602, in Tankardstown, Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland.

 

Marcineís Note:How can Anne have children as late as 1634 when she was born in 1551?She would have been 83 years old!Plus she would have been 77 years of age when her first child, Oliver,was born.I am positive I have a generation missing here.

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Children of Richard Luttrell and Anne Cusack are:

††††† 41†††††††††† i.†† Oliver8 Luttrell, born circa 1628 in Tankardstown, (6 miles East of Navan), County Meath, Ireland.

 

Notes for Oliver Luttrell:

Forfeiting proprietor in 1654, Oliver was the father of five sons.

 

+††† 42††††††††† ii.†† James Luttrell I, born circa 1630 in Tankardstown, County Meath, Ireland; died 1698 in St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland, Virginia.

††††† 43†††††††† iii.†† Jane Luttrell, born circa 1632 in Cocklestown, Ireland.She married Rowland Plunkett; born in Cocklestown, Ireland.

 

Per Lewis E. Roberts, Jr., 12014 NE 140th St., Kirkland, WA98034 - 20 May 1990 letter:

Walter Luttrell, 20, was "licensed to go beyond the seas" and on 2 May 1635 was transported from London to Barbados in the 'Alexander', Mr. Gilbert Grimes under Captain Burke.Of interest, there were also aboard Edward, 20; Thomas, 28; and Rowland 18 Plunkett.The name, Rowland Plunkett, has been documented as the husband of ...Jane Luttrell, daughter of Richard Luttrell and Anne Cusak.

 

††††† 44†††††††† iv.†† Mary Luttrell, born circa 1634 in Tankardstown, County Meath, Ireland.She married George Bathe; born in Edickston, County Meath, Ireland.

 

 

†††† 39.Thomas7 Luttrell (Simon6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born 1576 - 1580 in Luttrellstown, Ireland, and died November 12, 1634 in Luttrellstown, Ireland28,28.He married (1) Lady Eleanor Preston (or Cheevers)29,30,31,32 1605 in Luttrellstown, Ireland33.She died before 1616 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland34.He married (2) Alison St. Lawrence 1616 in Ireland.She was born in Ireland, and died Unknown.

 

The next owner of Luttrellstown, Thomas Luttrell, the eldest son of Simon Luttrell, was returned in 1613, with his relative Sir Christopher Plunkett of Dunsoghly, as Knight of the shire for the County Dublin, and took a prominent part in public affairs as one of the leaders of the Roman Catholic party in the House of Commons. (1)

 

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. (1)

 

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. (1)

 

The rapid changes of that time soon brought him into favour again. 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. (1)

 

A few months after that event, in November 1634, he departed this mortal life, as a funeral entry informs us, and after a considerable interval necessary for the preparation of a stately funeral was interred in Clonsilla Church. (1)Thomas Luttrell died 12th Nov 1634, buried Clonsilla Church, [Ball, vol.4, 1906] references his will and funeral entry. Alison fl 1663. (2)

 

Thomas Luttrell, a prominent Roman Catholic, was twice married, his first wife being in 1605 to Eleanor Preston [according to Burkes Extinct, daughter of the Earl of Gormanston (2) (3), but, Ball, vol.4, 1906, says she was Eleanor Cheevers, daughter of John Cheevers] (2), by whom he had two sons, Simon and Stephen.

 

Another source seems to confirm the Preston marriage."Thomas, son of Richard Luttrell, had the audacity to make a comparison with the Earl of Thomond, the Chief of the O'Briens, in the Lord Deputy's presence. He married Eleanor Preston, daughter of Christopher, fourth Lord Viscount Gormanston, by Catherine, daughter of William Fitz-William and had a son, Simon." (4)

 

Thomas Luttrell's second wife was Alison, daughter of Nicholas, twenty-first Baron of Howth, by whom he had also two sons, John and Thomas. (1)

 

Besides sons he had a number of daughters, one of whom married William, third Viscount Fitzwilliam, of Merrion. Another married Walter Goulding. His provision for his second wife, who survived him, and for his children, indicates that the wealth of the Luttrells had not decreased in his hands. To his widow he left, in addition to her jointure, Diswellstown, in the parish of Castleknock, as a dower house; and besides much plate and household stuff he bequeathed to her twenty great cows with their calves, three hundred sheep, six rams of the English breed, and fifteen farm horses, as well as her riding horse and three horses to carry the servants in attendance upon her. (1)

 

His eldest son, to whom lie bequeathed his signet ring and gold chain, besides his furniture and the greater portion of his plate, succeeded under settlement to all his lands, but in consideration of the fatherly love and affection which he bore to his younger children he had laid up for them in the iron-bound chests in the gallery of Luttrellstown a great store of silver and gold, out of which they were to be paid substantial legacies in current English money. (1)

 

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(1) Ball, Francis Elrington, "A History of the County Dublin", Volume IV, Chapter 1.This work covers almost all of Dublin and was originally published in six volumes (1902-1920).Covers the people, parishes and antiquities from the earliest times to the close of the eighteenth century.

Online Source: http://www.chaptersofdublin.com/books/ball1-6/balllist.htm

 

(2) Burke's "Extinct and Dormant Baronetage", latest edn 1841 (and subsequent reprints), [GO] RR, [ECL] CS 424 (22701), [WCL] RR.

 

(3) Passage from the "History Of A Noted Irish Family" Published in a magazine in Ireland called "The Shamrock", page 811 and 812, mail to Elston Luttrell on April 1895, by William Luttrell of Cappakeel, New Inn, Monastarevan, Queens County, Ireland.

 

(4) "History of West Virginia and Its People", Volume 2. Charleston, WV: Lewis Historical Publishing County, 1913.

 

More About Thomas Luttrell:

Burial: Unknown, Clonsilla Church, Luttrellstown, Ireland

 

Notes for Alison St. Lawrence:

While staying at Howth Chichester referred to Nicholas as an old man who could not live long, and in less than two years his death took place. It was announced by Chichester on May 11, 1607, and his funeral is recorded in Ulster's office to have taken place at Howth 10 days later. His second wife survived him for a short time, until July 25, and proved his will. It had been made nine years before, on March 20, 1598, and shows that family affection was one of his attributes, and that his married life was happier than that of his father, or, as will be seen, than that of his son. He left, besides his heir, a younger son, Thomas, by his first wife, and three sons, Edward, Richard, and Almeric, by his second wife. He had also four daughters: by his first wife, Mary, who married William Eustace of Castlemartine; and by his second wife, Margaret, who married first Jenico, Viscount Gormanstown, and secondly Luke, Earl of Fingal; Elinor; and Alison, who married Thomas Luttrell of Luttrellstown.

 

His successor, Christopher, had shown himself, as we have seen, before the close of Queen Elizabeth's reign a brave soldier, but had displayed the impetuosity and recklessness of character which are so often united with courage its the Irish race.

 

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Ball, Francis Elrington, "A History of the County Dublin", Volume 5, Chapter 6

Online:http://www.chaptersofdublin.com/books/ball1-6/Ball5/ball5.6.htm

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Children of Thomas Luttrell and Eleanor Cheevers) are:

††††† 45†††††††††† i.†† Stephen8 Luttrell35, born in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.

††††† 46††††††††† ii.†† Catherine Luttrell, born in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.She married Robert Hartpole; born in Stirule, Queen's County, Ireland.

+††† 47†††††††† iii.†† Simon Luttrell, born 1600 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland; died 1650.

 

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Children of Thomas Luttrell and Alison St. Lawrence are:

††††† 48†††††††††† i.†† Thomas8 Luttrell35, born in Luttrellstown, Ireland; died 1673 in Ranaghan, County Westmeath, Ireland.

 

Notes for Thomas Luttrell:

[BrÝderbund WFT Vol. 21, Ed. 1, Tree #1439, Date of Import: Jul 17, 1998]Thomas Luttrell, by will settled his estates on his nephew Thomas, Viscount Fitz-William.

 

 

††††† 49††††††††† ii.†† John Luttrell35, born in Luttrellstown, Ireland.

††††† 50†††††††† iii.†† Susan Luttrell, born in Luttrellstown, Ireland.She married Edmond Butler; born in Tullahinah County, Ireland.

††††† 51†††††††† iv.†† Margaret Luttrell, born in Luttrellstown, Ireland.

††††† 52††††††††† v.†† Allison Luttrell, born in Luttrellstown, Ireland.

††††† 53†††††††† vi.†† Thomas Luttrell35, born in Luttrellstown, Ireland; died 1673 in Ranaghan, County Westmeath, Ireland.

 

Notes for Thomas Luttrell:

[BrÝderbund WFT Vol. 21, Ed. 1, Tree #1439, Date of Import: Jul 17, 1998] Thomas Luttrell, by will settled his estates on his nephew Thomas, Viscount Fitz-William.

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+††† 56†††††††† ix.†† Mary Luttrell, born circa 1620 in Luttrellstown, Ireland.

 

 

Generation No. 8

 

†††† 42.James8 Luttrell I (Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born circa 1630 in Tankardstown, County Meath, Ireland, and died 1698 in St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland, Virginia.He married Susanna (Tullos?) in St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland, Virginia.She was born circa 1634 in Tankardstown, County Meath, Ireland36, and died before 1714 in St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland, Virginia.

 

We know that James Luttrell was first transported to Virginia from a land grant given to Laurance Robinson for the transportation of 27 persons including James Latterell.Later Daniell Selby of Somerset County received 50 acres on June 15, 1678 for transporting 15 people into Maryland.James Loterill was one of them.He had to have returned to Virginia sometime later.

 

LAURANCE ROBINSON, 1350 acs., N'ampton County, on a br. of Muddy Cr., parting this & land of Griffin Savage; lying bet. Martin Moore & Wm. Hickman; adj. Wm. O Noughton & on a br. of Hunting Cr.; 23 Mar. 1671/72 p. 390.Trans. of 27 pers:James Latterell, Wm. Peterson, Jno. Joy (or Ivy), Jeffery Grigson, Ferdinand Hawker, Ben. Finch, Tho. Tulpe (or Tripe), Sara Pink, Hum Hawthorn, Eliza, Male, Jno. Dickason, James Davison, James Cobman, Jacob Jefferson, Peter Peterson, Wm. Thomason, Wm. Baker, Jno. Wheally, Jno. Drye. Ann Macklin, Hump, Lloyd, Wm. Swepston, Jno. Moodery, Jno. Philips, Hen. Sowerby, John Mackoine, Wm. Wheally.[Source:Cavaliers and Pioneers, Abstracts of Virginia Land Patients and Grants, Volume 2, 1666-1695, Virginia State Library, Richmond, 1977, Page 101.]

 

James Luttrell/Littrell, came to Maryland on 19 March 1667 [Maryland Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland - Land Office (Patents) 15, p. 720 (folio 499) James Loterill], arrived in Virginia about 1671[Source:Cavaliers and Pioneers, Abstracts of Virginia Land Patients and Grants, Volume 2, 1666-1695, Virginia State Library, Richmond, 1977, Page 101.], and by 1698 had settled in Northumberland County, Virginia in St. Stephen's Parish.

 

State of Maryland, State Archives, Hall of Records Commission, P. O. Box 828, Annapolis, MD21404-0828, Phone:(301) 269-3915.Page 720 (743):June 15th, 1678 warrant then granted unto Daniell Selby of Somerset County for one hundred and fifty acres of land due to him by the aforegoing ass't. from William Stevens:

 

A list of persons transported into Maryland by Capt. William Piper.

Thomas Horsman, Tim Marcateilie, John Hamby, Richard Clarke, Will. Redman, Mick. Wall, James Loterill (Luttrell), James Canidie, Thomas Harlow, Charity ?Grumens, Kath. Fennile, Jane Morris, Ann Kelly, Jane Fannill, Cisty Shaw, Ann Coward, Ann ?Dodworth.

 

"These servants all landed and brought into Maryland by me Wm. Piper.These servants proved in common forme the ninteenth day of March Anno Domini 1677 before me:††† William Stevens.

 

Know all men by these presents that I William Piper marriner for a valuable consideration have and doe by these presents assigne and make over to Capt. Thomas Walker of Somerset County all my right title and interest clame and demand of and to the seventeen rights above menconed together with all profits and priviledes thereunto belonging To have and to hold the same to the said Thomas Walker his heirs and assignes forever as witness my hand and seal the nineteenth day of March anno domi 1677:William Piper {seal}"[Source:Maryland Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland - Land Office (Patents) 15, p. 720 (folio 499) James Loterill, transported by Capt. William Piper, transportation proved Mar. 19, 1677.1p VTP.]

 

[Source:Order Book 1678-98, p. 828, Court held 20 July 1698, Northumberland County, Virginia.]

Ordered that Susanna Luttrell, widow& relict of James Luttrell, be allowed for her paraphenalia a flock bed and furniture appraised to four hundred and fifty pounds of tobacco out of her 1t deceased husband James Luttrell's Estate.

 

More About James Luttrell I:

Immigration: circa 1661, From Ireland to Maryland, then Northumberland, Virginia

 

Susanna was James Luttrell's second wife.She immigrated to Maryland in 1667.It is believed, but not documented, that James Luttrell married Susanna Tullos, daughter of Claudious Tullos and Sarah Rodham, however, I checked the Tullos GenForum and their data on Susanna do not show her marrying a Luttrell.†† (Susannah TULLOS b: February 06, 1671/72 in Northumberland County, Virginia, married (1) John HUGHLETT, (2)Joseph FRANKLIN).

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Children of James Luttrell and Susanna (Tullos?) are:

+††† 57†††††††††† i.†† James9 Luttrell II, born circa 1682 in St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia; died Unknown in Northumberland County, Virginia.

††††† 58††††††††† ii.†† Thomas Luttrell, born circa 1685 in St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia.He married Elizabeth Hayfield June 13, 1734 in Maryland.Thomas Luttrell was a warden in St. Anne's Parish, Maryland.

+††† 59†††††††† iii.†† Esquire Richard Luttrell, Sr., born circa 1687 in St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia (or 1685 in Westmoreland County, Virginiawhich was created in 1653 from Northumberland Co.); died May 25, 1766 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

+††† 60†††††††† iv.†† John Luttrell I, born November 10, 1691 in St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia; died September 26, 1729 in Northumberland County, Virginia (have also seen 1761).

 

 

†††† 47.Simon8 Luttrell (Thomas7, Simon6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)37,37 was born 1600 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland38, and died 165039,39.He married Mary Preston40 1634 in Gormanston, Meath, Ireland, daughter of Jenico Preston and Margaret St. Lawrence.She was born circa 1600 in Dublin, Ireland (Have also seen circa 1611 & 1629)41, and died Unknown.

 

Troublous times fell to the lot of his eldest son, Simon Luttrell, who succeeded him, and who 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, daughter of Jenico, fifth Viscount Gormanston, the widow of one of the Luttrell's near neighbours, Sir Thomas Allen of St. Wolstan's. (1)I have seen where his wife is listed as Janice but believe that the reading of Jenico is to be blamed."He married Janice, daughter of the fifth Viscount Gormanston, a cousin, and had sons: Simon, Henry, Robert. The last named was the founder of the American family." (2)Whoever was the daughter of the fifth Viscount of Gormanston, that is whom he married.

 

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.(1)

 

Simon, son of Thomas and Eleanor (Preston) Luttrell, was made a gentleman of the Bedchamber to Charles the Second. (2)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. (3)

 

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. (1)

 

His death took place about 1650, 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. (1)

 

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(1)Ball, Francis Elrington, "A History of the County Dublin", Volume IV, Chapter 1.This work covers almost all of Dublin and was originally published in six volumes (1902-1920).Covers the people, parishes and antiquities from the earliest times to the close of the eighteenth century.

Online Source: http://www.chaptersofdublin.com/books/ball1-6/balllist.htm

 

(2)"History of West Virginia and Its People", Volume 2. Charleston, WV: Lewis Historical Publishing County, 1913.)

 

(3) "History of a Noted Irish Family", (The Shamrock Magazine, Pages 811 and 812, 1895, Ireland.

 

More About Simon Luttrell:

Cause of Death: Died in the Battle of Lindon, in the French army.

 

Notes for Mary Preston:

Preston, William Bowker. The Preston Genealogy. Utah: The Deseret News, 1900, Page 51

 

JENICO PRESTON, 5th Viscount, who left (with a daughter, Mary, married first, to Sir Thomas Alen, Baronet, of St. Wolstans; second, to Simon Luttrell, Esq., of Luttrellstown) a son and successor,

 

NICHOLAS PRESTON, 6th Viscount, who married Mary, daughter of Nicholas, 1st Viscount Kingsland.

 

More About Mary Preston:

Name (Alternate): Janice42

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Children of Simon Luttrell and Mary Preston are:

††††† 61†††††††††† i.†† Henry9 Luttrell.

††††† 62††††††††† ii.†† Simon Luttrell.

††††† 63†††††††† iii.†† Robert Luttrell43.

 

(Source:History of West Virginia and Its People, Volume 2. Charleston, WV: Lewis Historical Publishing County, 1913.)

This source belives that it was this Robert and not his nephew, Robert, son of Henry, who was the immigrant to come to America.

 

+††† 64†††††††† iv.†† Thomas Luttrell, born after 1634 in Ireland; died August 1674 in County Dublin, Ireland.

 

 

†††† 56.Mary8 Luttrell (Thomas7, Simon6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born circa 1620 in Luttrellstown, Ireland, and died Unknown.She married 3rd Viscount Fitzwilliam William Fitzwilliam.He was born circa 1610, and died 1675.

 

William Fitzwilliam, 3rd Viscount Fitzwilliam, born est c.1610, living in Dundrum Castle at the time of the outbreak of the Rebellion in Oct 1641, was driven out of it by the rebels, who themselves were driven out Jan 1642, his father and brother were also having to deal with rebels at this time, living in Dundrum Castle again as at 1646, mar Mary Luttrell [born est c. 1620, descendant of Edward I], the Fitzwilliams had left Dundrum Castle by 1653, and did not live there again, after the Restoration 1660 he lived at Simmonscourt Castle, died parish of St.Nicholas Within, Dublin (the area just in front of Christ Church, on the S side of it), 1675, age est c.65 yrs, Catholic, bur Donnybrook church,

 

More About 3rd Viscount Fitzwilliam William Fitzwilliam:

Appointments/Titles: 3rd Viscount FitzWilliam

Burial: Unknown, Donnybrook Church

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Children of Mary Luttrell and William Fitzwilliam are:

††††† 65†††††††††† i.†† Elizabeth9 Fitzwilliam.

††††† 66††††††††† ii.†† 4th Viscount Fitzwilliam Thomas Fitzwilliam, born circa 1645.

 

 

Generation No. 9

 

†††† 57.James9 Luttrell II (James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born circa 1682 in St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia, and died Unknown in Northumberland County, Virginia44.He married Susanna.She died after 1748.

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Children of James Luttrell and Susanna are:

+††† 67†††††††††† i.†† James10 Luttrell III, born August 10, 1728 in North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia; died April 27, 1780 - October 01, 1781 in Richmond County, Virginia.

+††† 68††††††††† ii.†† Richard Luttrell, Sr., born circa 1730 in North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia; died circa 1800 in Amherst County, Virginia.

 

 

†††† 59.Esquire Richard9 Luttrell, Sr. (James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)45 was born circa 1687 in St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia (or 1685 in Westmoreland County, Virginiawhich was created in 1653 from Northumberland Co.), and died May 25, 1766 in Fauquier County, Virginia46.He married Mary Dermont47 1717 - 1723 in possibly Stafford County, Virginia, daughter of Michael Dermont and Mary.She was born before 1700 in Virginia, and died after 1764 in (Listed in husband's 1764 Will).

 

IMPORTANT NOTE:

There is NO DOCUMENTED PROOF to show that Esquire Richard Luttrell, Sr. was fathered by James, b. about 1631 in Tankardstown, Ireland nor is there any proof that Robert, b. between 1645 - 1655 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland is his father (the other assumption).What I do know is that I have a Richard Luttrell born 1685 in Westmoreland County, Virginia, with another birth date of 1687 in St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland, Virginia.Is there actually two Richard Luttrell's here? I believe so.Since James is listed as dying in Northumberland, VA, it seems more likely that he is the father but he would have been quite old when Richard as born (age 56).I'd be more likely to suspect that I've got a generation missing there.

 

But in defense of Robert, his son, Simon, died in Westmoreland County, VA which is the other county I'm working with.Robert would also have been younger and sound more likely.

 

The most common "assumption" is that Richard is the son of James and therefore I've decided to link him as such only until I can find proof to show it differently.

 

[Source:Richard Luttrell Last Will & Testament, Will book 1, Pages 95-97, Sept. 27, 1764 Fauquire County, Virginia. ]

In the name of GOD Amen, this 10th day of September 1764. I Richard LUTTRELL of Fauquier County, in the Colony of Virginia being of perfect health and sound mind and memory thanks be given to GOD for it therefore calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men to once die, do make and ordain this my last will and testament, that the hands of Almighty GOD that gave it and my body I recommend to earth to be buried in a decent christian burial at the descretion of my Executors nothing doubting that at the General resurection I shall receive the same by the Mighty of GOD and as touching such worldy estate wherewith it has pleased GOD to bless me in the manner following:

 

IN PRIMIS I give to my son James Luttrell, 70 acres of land more or less and being the land whereon he now lives and bounded by me.

 

ITEM I give to my son Michael Luttrell 70 acres of land more or less being the land whereon he now lives and being on the same side of the run that my son James Lives on and bounded by me.

 

ITEM I give to my son Samuel Luttrell 70 acres of land more or less being the same land and plantation whereon he now lives and where John Collier formerly lived and bounded by me.

 

ITEM I give to my son John Luttrell 70 acres of land more or less it being that part of land whereon he now lives and bounded by me.

 

ITEM I give to my son Richard Luttrell my new patent of land containing 58 acres of land whereon he now lives.

 

ITEM I give to my daughter Antiss Luttrell part of the land that I bought off George Crump lying on the south side of Rocke Run that runs from John Nelsons old field to William Raussaus mill bounded by Woods line, Forsythes line and Dearmons line, containing 80 acres of land more or less.

 

ITEM I give to my daughter Mary Luttrell part of the said land on the west side of the run bounded by Woods line, Dearmans line and Peters line and the ridge path that goes from John Combs to John Nelsons, containing 80 acres of land more or less.

 

ITEM I give to my daughter Susan Luttrell the remainder part of the land on the west side of the said path bounded by woods line and Peters line, containing 80 acres of land more or less.

 

ITEM I give to my son Robert Luttrell the plantation whereon I now live and the remaining part of my land adjoining to my said plantation being 74 acres of land more or less.

 

ITEM I give to my son Robert one feather bed and furniture, my new gun, sword and coutch box.

 

ITEM I give to my daughter Catherine Corum five pounds of current money of the Colony to be raised within the compass of one year after my decease, out of what part of my moveable estate my Executors and Executri shall think most proper to sell for the raising of said money.

 

ITEM I give to my daughter Sarah Luttrell five pounds and my young bay mare branded on or near the buttock to be delivered to her at the age of eighteen or marryed.

 

ITEM I give to my granddaughter Mary Corum five pounds of current money of Virginia to be paid at the age of eighteen or when she is marryed.

 

ITEM I give to my loving wife, Mary all the rest of my moveable estate to be by possessed and enjoyed during her natural life and after her decease to be equally divided amongst my children.

 

ITEM I constitute my loving wife, Mary and sons, Richard and Robert Luttrell to be Executors of this my last will and testament and do hereby utterly, disallow, revoke and dismell all and every other former testament, wills, legates and bequeathed ratifying this to be my last will and testament and no other in witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand seal, day and year above written VS.

 

†††††††††††† †††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††HIS

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Richard†† X†† Luttrell

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Mark

 

Signed sealed and delivered by said Richard Luttrell on his Last Will and Testament.

†††††††††††††† HIS†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† HIS

EdwardXLorrence†††††††††††††† Richard†† X†† Luttrell

††††††††††††† Mark††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Mark

Edward Lorrence

Richard Lorrence

 

Notes:

At a court held for Fauquier County, Virginia, 26th day of May 1766 this will was proved by Edward Lorrence--Witness thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of Richard Luttrell and Robert Luttrell who made oath and acknowledged bond as the law directs Certificate is granted them for obtaining a probate thereof in due form.

 

LAND DEEDS:

 

Source:Northern Neck Grants Book A (1722-1726)

A-21:Rich'd Lutterall of Stafford Co. 354A. On Brent Town Run (xerox cut off) Surv. by Capt. Tho's Hooper 18 Dec. last.Adj. Michael Dorment.12 Mar. 1722/3.

 

F-232:Richard Lutterel of Prince William County.58A. in said Co. Surv. George Byrn.Adj. Lutterel's other land, on Town Run, Crossby's now Edw'd Lawrence, Thomas Hooper, Thomas Berry's now Thomas Conway's. 27 July 1745.

 

I-136:Michael Luttall of Fauquier Co. 109A. on Town Run in said co. Surv. Mr. John Moffett.Adj. Richard Luttrall, Deasmond now Mr. Mauzy, Michael Luttrall, Crossby, Combs.†† 23 July 1765.

 

[Source:Allied families of Read, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters, by A.M. Prichard, Staunton, Virginia 1930.]

By grant of 12 March 1722, the Proprietors of the Northern Neck of Virgina conveyed unto "Richd Lutterall" of Stafford County, a track of 354 acres of land lying on "Brent Town Run" in Stafford County, Virginia; and, by subsequent grant of 7 July 1745, Lord Failrfax conveyed unto Richard "Lutteral" of Prince William County, a track of 58 acres of land adjoining the "said Lutterall's other land on a drain of Town Run."By deed of 26 November 1760, recorded in Fauquire County, Virginia, Richard Luttrell acquired from George Crump a track of 240 acres of land on a branch of Negro Run, which was granted to John Crump by the Proprietors of the Northern Neck on the 29 July 1745.By deed of 26 November 1760, Richard Luttrell, Sr., of Fauquire County, conveyed to his son, Samuel Luttrell, 70 acres of the 350 acres acquired from the Proprietors, as above shown.

 

Stafford County was erected in 1664 from Westmoreland; King George was taken from Richmond County in April, 1721; Prince William, embracing parts of Stafford and King George , was made a county in March 1731; and Fauquire County was erected from Prince William on 1 May 1759.

 

Among the tax payers of Elk Run and vicinity in 1751, as shown in Bulletin #3, Page 239, of the Fauquier Historical Society, appears the names of Richard Luttrell, Richard Luttrell, Jr., and William Luttrell. "This William Luttrell is no doubt the son of John and grandson of Old Simon of Westmoreland County.Richard Sr., and Simon were brothers, sons of Robert Luttrell."[Haven't found proof of this]

 

By a deed of November 26, 1760, recorded in Fauquier County, Virginia, Richard Luttrell acquired from George Crump a track of 240 acres of land on a branch of Negro Run, which was granted to John Crump by the proprietors of the Northern Neck on July 29, 1745.By a deed of November 26, 1760, Richard Luttrell, Sr., of Fauquier County conveyed to his son, Samuel Luttrell, 70 acres of the 240 acres acquired from the Proprietors.In his will recorded in Fauquier County, on September 10, 1764, Richard lists his eleven children:James; Michael; Samuel; John; Richard; Anstiss; Mary; Susanna; Robert; Catherine; Sarah.The dates of their births are not known but his youngest daughter Sarah must have been close to 18 years old for a specific young bay mare to be held for her.

 

LITRALL, RICHARD

State: VA Year: 1758

County: Northumberland County Record Type: Rent Role

Township: St.Stephen Parish Page:

Database: VA Early Census Index

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LITTRAL, RICHARD

State: VA Year: 1759

County: Northumberland County Record Type: Rent Role

Township: St.Ephen Parish Page:

Database: VA Early Census Index

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More About Esquire Richard Luttrell, Sr.:

Will: September 27, 1764, Fauquire County, Virginia48

 

Notes for Mary Dermont:

The Dearmont/Luttrell connection is also being researched by:Sceletta (Murphey) Shell, genquestlady@aol.com; Dan Bell, dbell@badsector.com; Michelle Dillon, mdillon@cannet.com and Julie Schmees, 4xj@comcast.net.

 

The 1730 Will of Michael Dermont from the Library of Virginia, Burned Record Counties Collection, dated 3 Feb 1730, probated 18 Apr 1733 names Richard Luttrell's children leaving one to believe that they are related in some way.

 

"...Catherine and her heirs forever and in case she dies without heirs that then the said land be equally divided between Richard Luttrells children namely Catherine, James, Richard and Michael Litterals.

 

Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Catherine a certain piece of land from the White Oake Cabbin branch to the Long Branch going up to Tobias Woods on the east side of Town Run to her and her heirs forever and in default of such heirs to fall to my son Michael and if he dies without heirs that then said land to fall to the aforesaid Catharine, James, Richard and Michael Littrell..."

 

I have seen Dermont/Dearmond/Dorment, Dunsany and Lawrence as possible last names of Richard's wife.All we seem to know for sure is that in his will he lists his wife as Mary.

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Children of Richard Luttrell and Mary Dermont are:

+††† 69†††††††††† i.†† Michael10 Luttrell, Sr., born 1720 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died March 16 - August 24, 1778 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

††††† 70††††††††† ii.†† James Luttrell49, born 1726 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died 1743 - 1816 in Knox County,Tennessee.He married (1) Mary50.

 

James Luttrell shows up on the 1770 and 1777 Fauquier County, Virginia Rent Rolls.By a deed of December 19, 1766, recorded in Fauquier County, Virginia, John Luttrell conveyed unto his brother James Luttrell, a parcel of land formerly belonging to Richard Luttrell, deceased; and, thereafter, James Luttrell and Mary, his wife, "of Fauquire County, Virginia," by deed of November 19, 1782, conveyed unto Charles Waller 147 acres of land, "being part of a larger tract formerly belonging to Richard Luttrell, Sr.," which he, in his life time, gave by deeds of gift to his sons James Luttrell and John Luttrell, which deeds are of record in Prince William County, and also part of a larger tract belonging to Michael Luttrell, deceased, which he conveyed unto James Luttrell by deed ofDecember 22, 1766.[Source:Allied families of Read, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters.Compiled by A.M. Prichard, Staunton, Virginia, 1980, Page 202]

 

James was also a veteran of the Revolutionary War and received a pension (#6585) for his service.

 

More About James Luttrell:

Pension: Pension # 6585,Revolutionary War

 

††††† 71†††††††† iii.†† Catherine Luttrell51, born before 1730 in Fauquier County, Virginia52; died Unknown in Fauquier County, Virginia.She married Richard/Champ Coram; died Unknown in Fauquier County, Virginia.

 

Notes for Catherine Luttrell:

Catherine Luttrell/Lutterell about 1741.Champe died in 1787 in Fauquier Co. Virginia. Descendants moved to Grainger, Knox County, Tennessee.

 

Per Julie Schmees, 4xj@comcast.net

"I did just run across information in John Alcock's book Fauquier Families 1759-1799, pg 76 which states Catherine Coram (Richard's Luttrell's daughter) She, widow of Champ, and Richard & Sarah Coram mortgage, then sell Willliam Allason 227 a. where they live; in fork of Town and Middle Runs; bequeathed by PW will of Michael Dermont to Catherine Luttrell, now Coram; wit incl Champ and William Coram.

 

The above would indicate that Catherine Luttrell Coram is relation to Michael Dermont (grandaughter)?"

 

Notes for Richard/Champ Coram:

Fauquier County, Virginia Estate Settlement March 12th, 1793, Settlement of the Estate of Champ CORAM

Kathy Welder <conch@softcom.net>

By order of the worshiffal court of Fauquier Co. We have settled the account of Richard Coram, Administer of Champ Coram.†† Levied after paying Court debt, a balance due of 28 pounds, 4 shillings and 8 pence to be divided in these parts:

TO:††† Rich Coram..........††††† 2.16.4 pounds

††††††††† Champ Coram Jr...††††† 2.16.5

††††††††† Sarah Coram........†† .2.16.5

††††††††† Elizabeth..............††††† 2.16.5

†††††††† Catherine Coram Sr...†† 2.16.5

†††††††† Mary Coram...........†††† 2.16.5

††††††† Catherine Coram Jr....†† 2.16.5

†††††††† Jane Corum.............†††† 2.16.5

††††††† Anster Coram, Elias Patton..2.16.6

††††††† William Coram.........†††† 2.16.6

 

Given under our hand this day.

Samuel Blackwell and John Goldsmith

 

+††† 72†††††††† iv.†† Richard Luttrell, Jr., born circa 1730 in Stafford County, Virginia; died April 24, 1819 - May 21, 1821 in Culpeper County, Virginia.

+††† 73††††††††† v.†† Samuel Luttrell, born 1730 - 1745 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died 1810 - 1819 in Franklin County, Virginia.

+††† 74†††††††† vi.†† John Lewis Luttrell, born 1732 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died June 20, 1790 in Leeds Parish, Fauquier County, Virginia.

+††† 75††††††† vii.†† Anstiss (Unstiss) Luttrell, born 1736 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

††††† 76†††††† viii.†† Mary Luttrell53, born 1738 in Fauquier County, Virginia.Mary Luttrell appears on the 1770 Fauquier County, Virginia Rent Rolls .

+††† 77†††††††† ix.†† Robert Luttrell, born 1738 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died 1812 in Prince William County, Virginia.

+††† 78††††††††† x.†† Susanna Luttrell, born 1740 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

+††† 79†††††††† xi.†† Catherine Luttrell, born 1744 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died Unknown in Fauquier County, Virginia.

††††† 80††††††† xii.†† Sarah Luttrell53, born circa 1748 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died 1764 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

 

 

†††† 60.John9 Luttrell I (James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born November 10, 1691 in St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia54, and died September 26, 1729 in Northumberland County, Virginia (have also seen 1761).He married (1) Ruth circa 1712.She died 1727 - 1729.He married (2) Ann Bowler before 1729.She died Unknown.

 

"1371.20 April 1709 -- John Luttrell, servant to Sarah Tullos, moveing this Court for Liberty to Choose his guardian to take care of his Land dureing his minority & nominating John Tullos, the sd Tullos is accordingly by the Court admitted his guardian for that purpose and ordered the sd Luttrell serve his full time of service to his sd. Mrs. without ye moloestation of the sd John Tullos Jr.OB 1699-1713, Part 2, 573."[Source:Records of Indentured Servants and of Certificates for Land, Northumberland County, Virginia, 1650-1795, compiled by W. Preston Haynie, Heritage Books, Inc., Page 228]

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Children of John Luttrell and Ruth are:

††††† 81†††††††††† i.†† Susana10 Luttrell, born August 12, 1713 in St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia55.

+††† 82††††††††† ii.†† James Luttrell, born May 06, 1715 in St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia; died June 1762 in Richmond County, Virginia (drowned in Tutoskey Creek).

+††† 83†††††††† iii.†† John Luttrell II, born July 16, 1717 in St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia; died June 1766 - February 1767.

+††† 84†††††††† iv.†† Richard Luttrell, born July 22, 1719 in St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia; died April 24, 1781 - February 13, 1786 in St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia.

††††† 85††††††††† v.†† Samuel Luttrell, born September 26, 1721 in St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia56.

 

Richmond County, Virginia - 2 July 1765 - Samuel Luttrell vs. Richard Luttrell - Upon attachment obtained by the Plaintiff against Deft estate he having privately removed himself out of this County or so absconds that ordinary process of law cannot be served upon him.This Richard is the one who moved to Amherst County, Virginia by 1764.[Source:Glenna L. Deal Manuscript, 1989]Samuel Luttrell resided in Albermarle County, Virginia between 1776 - 1787.

 

More About Samuel Luttrell:

Residence: 1776 - 1787, Albermarle County, Virginia

 

+††† 86†††††††† vi.†† William Luttrell, born 1723; died January - April 1795.

††††† 87††††††† vii.†† Presley Luttrell57, born 1725.

 

Presley Luttrell - witness to will of Mary How on 21 Nov 1761; Richmond County 7 Aug 1764 witness for William Luttrell against James English; Ct. 8 Sept 1772 Presley's petition against Andrew Headley is dismissed.No further record of Presley.

 

††††† 88†††††† viii.†† Jeremiah Luttrell57, born 1727.

 

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Children of John Luttrell and Ann Bowler are:

††††† 89†††††††††† i.†† Ruth10 Luttrell, born June 23, 1729 in St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia58.

††††† 90††††††††† ii.†† Ann Luttrell, born June 23, 1729 in St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia59,60,61.She married Robert Moore; died 1779.

 

 

†††† 64.Thomas9 Luttrell (Simon8, Thomas7, Simon6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born after 1634 in Ireland, and died August 1674 in County Dublin, Ireland.He married Barbara Segrave62.She was born after 1590 in Parish of Finglas, Ireland, and died Unknown.

 

Luttrellstown was too attractive a possession to escape the eyes of the new rulers of Ireland, and was quickly seized upon as a country residence, like Monkstown by Edmund Ludlow, by one of the authorities of the Parliament, Colonel John Hewson, who had been appointed Governor of Dublin. Hewson, once an honest shoemaker in Westminster, had served in the Parliament army from the beginning of the Civil War, and was one of the most unrelenting of the regicides. (4)

 

He had come to Ireland with Cromwell, under whom he commanded a foot regiment, and was subsequently employed in the civil government of this country. He occupied a seat in the House of Commons, for some time as representative of Dublin, and was called by Cromwell, who conferred on him knighthood, to his House of Lords. (4)

 

Hewson was at first given Luttrellstown on lease, but in 1659 he was granted it in fee farm, together with an immense extent of lands in the County Dublin, estimated to comprise nearly 7,000 acres. He spent much of that year in England, and at the time of the Restoration, when Hewson was obliged to fly to the Continent, Sir William Bury appears to have been in temporary occupation of Luttrellstown. (4)

 

Sir William Bury, who belonged to a Lincolnshire family of that name, came over to Ireland as a member of Henry Cromwell's privy council, but continued to serve after the Restoration for a time, and is remarkable for having received the honour of knighthood both from Henry Cromwell and from the Lords Justices appointed by Charles II. (4)

 

At that time Luttrellstown is described as a great mansion house with twelve chimneys, surrounded by offices, and having near it a malt house, a barn, and two stables. All the buildings were slated, and the exceptional value of £1,000 placed upon them shows their large extent. (4)

 

Besides pleasure-grounds and ornamental plantations there were in the demesne a garden and no less than three orchards for the provision of the house, and two quarries for the supply of stone. There were also attached to the house a corn mill and a cloth mill, as well as a weir for catching salmon on the Liffey. (4)

 

In the grange of Clonsilla there were a thatched house with offices, and another mill surrounded by an orchard and grove of ash trees, and upon the other lands belonging to the Luttrells a second thatched house of smaller size and about twelve cottages. (4)

 

The only lands in the parish of Clonsilla which did not belong to the Luttrells were those of Coolmine, and Hartstown and Castaheany. The lands of Coolmine, which after the dissolution of St. Mary's Abbey, had been successively granted to Walter Peppard and the Earl of Thomond, had before 1641 come into the possession of Sir Edward Bolton, Chief Baron of the Exchequer, and on them were stated to be a thatched house with two stone chimneys, besides a barn, a stable, and several small cottages. (4)

 

The lands of Hartstown and Castaheany belonged to the Barnewall family, and on them there was no building. Shortly before the Restoration the population of the parish was returned as forty-two persons of English birth and eighty-seven of Irish, the principal inhabitants besides Sir William Bury being Richard Broughall, who lived in the Grange, and James Russell, who lived on the lands of Coolmine. (4)

 

During the Commonwealth the Luttrells resided in Dublin, and before the Restoration, Thomas Luttrell married a lady belonging to a very old Dublin family, Barbara, daughter of Henry Sedgrave, of Cabra, by whom he had three sons, Simon, Henry, and Thomas. (4)

 

About the time of the Restoration, Henry Segrave's death took place, and at Finglaswood, in the following October, his widow, Alice Noble, made her will. In it she-bequeathed to her sons sacramental plate, some of which was in the hands of the priests, and farm stock at Finglaswood to her unmarried daughters, Alice and Elinor, houses called the Saracen's Head and the Horse-shoe, with a horse "to carry them on their journey and up and down"; and to her married daughters, Jane, wife of Benedict Arthur of Much Cabragh, and Barbara, wife of Thomas Luttrell of Luttrellstown, some of her mugs and other jewels.'(5)

 

Owing to the influence of the Duke of Ormonde, whose friendship the Luttrells enjoyed, Thomas Luttrell was one of those mentioned by name in the Act of Settlement as deserving of restoration to his estates, and in 1663 the Commissioners of Settlement directed that he should be placed in possession of them. (4)

 

At the same time the widow of his grandfather, Thomas Luttrell, the Knight of the shire for the County Dublin, who stated that she had been a great sufferer by the Rebellion, and that she had maintained her husband's younger children with motherly care, proved herself an innocent Roman Catholic, as did also her son Thomas, the only surviving son of her husband, who mentioned that he had been partly educated in England, and who settled in the County Westmeath.(4)

 

Some years later the owner of Luttrellstown took part in a remarkable duel, in which the principals escaped without hurt but the seconds sustained serious injury. Not long before his death, which took place in 1673, his son Simon was in the matrimonial market, and an agent of the Legge family, who was on terms of intimacy with the elder Thomas Luttrell, the uncle of the owner of Luttrellstown, tried to arrange a match between Simon Luttrell and a Miss Legge. (4)

 

There seems to be some question as to who was the father of Henry and Simon who fought for King James II in the war with Prince William of Orange.Was it Simon or Thomas Luttrell?

 

In an article published in a magazine in Ireland called THE SHAMROCK, it states, "When Simon Luttrell died in 1650, his son Thomas, who would have inherited Luttrellstown, was practically outlawed by Cromwell's government. On the death of the protector he availed himself of the Act of settlement, which was passed as soon as Charles II ascended the throne. The new King Charles II, did him the honor of making him a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, in addition to which he enjoyed the estate of Luttrellstown to the end of his days. Thomas Luttrell died in 1674, leaving four sons, the two eldest of whom, Simon and Henry Luttrell, were destined to have remarkable careers.At an early age these two young men served in the French army, and Simon Luttrell, the elder, attained the rank of Colonel." (1)

 

This seems to also be confirmed in Notable Southern Families, however, it gives one conflicting statement."He [Thomas] was succeeded by his son, Simon Luttrell, who was a gallant officer under King James II, and was a member of the Irish Parliament of 1698 from County Dublin and was appointed Military Governor of the City of Dublin.He was succeeded by his brother, Henry Luttrell, who was also a gallant soldier and became a Major General."(3)If Simon did indeed die in 1693 in the Battle of Lindon,(2) then there is no way that he could have been a member of Parliament in 1698.(3)But was this the same Simon who died in 1693?We know for sure that he had died by June 1699 when his brother, Henry, wrote to the Lord Lieutenant regarding his brother's widow, Catherine (Newcemen) Luttrell's, return to Ireland.(1)

 

If this is indeed the same Simon, then the date of 1698 must be incorrect.This would seem true according to the article in the Shamrock Magazine."In the parliament of 1689 Simon Luttrell sat as one of the members for the County of Dublin, and Henry Luttrell sat as member for the County of Carlow."(1)It could be quite easy for a person to transpose the date from 1689 to 1698, therefore, we can with some confidence assume that yes, this is the same Simon.With this determined, we know then that we are not talking about two separate families.

 

So then where does the conflict of Simon being the father come into place?In the book, The History of West Virginia and Itís People, it indicates, "Simon, son of Thomas and Eleanor (Preston) Luttrell, was made a gentleman of the Bedchamber to Charles the Second.He married Janice, daughter of the fifth Viscount Gormanston, a cousin, and had sons: Simon, Henry, Robert. The last named was the founder of the American family.Simon and Henry, sons of Simon Luttrell, were both prominent in the war between James the Second and the Prince of Orange, Simon at that time being the governor of the city of Dublin."(2)However, the wife's name of Janice has been questioned as Mary instead with her father being Jenico, fifth Viscount Gormanston. (4)

 

So we find that Simon and Henry definitely descend from Simon, the son of Thomas and Eleanor (Preston) Luttrell. The question remaining is whether they are the children of Simon or the grandchildren of Simon through his son Thomas.

 

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SOURCES:

(1) History of a Noted Irish Family, The Shamrock Magazine, Pages 811 and 812, 1895, Ireland which was mailed to Elston Luttrell on April 1895 by William Luttrell of Cappakeel, New Inn, Monasterevan, Queens County, Ireland.

(2) History of West Virginia and Its People, Volume 2. Charleston, WV: Lewis Historical Publishing County, 1913.

(3) Notable Southern Families, by Zella Armstrong, (Baltimore, Genealogical Pub. County, 1974).

(4)Ball, Francis Elrington, "A History of the County Dublin", Volume IV, Chapter 1.This work covers almost all of Dublin and was originally published in six volumes (1902-1920).Covers the people, parishes and antiquities from the earliest times to the close of the eighteenth century.

Online Source: http://www.chaptersofdublin.com/books/ball1-6/balllist.htm

(5)†† Ball, Francis Elrington, "A History of the County Dublin", Volume VI, Chapter 6.

Online Source:http://www.chaptersofdublin.com/books/ball1-6/Ball6/ball6.6.htm

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Children of Thomas Luttrell and Barbara Segrave are:

††††† 91†††††††††† i.†† Thomas10 Luttrell63, born in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland; died 1688 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland.Assassinated for high treason in 1688.

††††† 92††††††††† ii.†† Simon Luttrell64, born before 1654 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland; died 1693 in the Battle of Lindon, in the French army.He married Catherine Newcomen August 1672; born in Ireland.

 

Colonel Simon Luttrell was a man of handsome stature at the time he entered into possession of his ancestral estates, and although a match with Miss Legge had not taken place he had found a wife in Catherine, daughter of Sir Thomas Newcomen of Sutton. Her mother was a sister of Richard Talbot, Earl of Tyrconnel (A tombstone in Clonsilla Churchyard bears the following inscription: - "Here Lyeth ye Body of Frances Lady Newcomen, Wife to Sr. Thomas Newcomen of Sutton & Daughter to Sir William Talbot of Cartown Barronet, who deceased Feb. ye 17 1687."), but Miss Newcomen had been brought up as a Protestant, and the marriage was celebrated first by a clergyman of the Established Church, although subsequently by the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Dublin. (3)

 

Colonel Simon Luttrell appears for many years to have suffered from ill health. In a letter written by him in London on Christmas Eve, 1688, to the young Duke of Ormonde, he states that he had been sick for ten years, and had symptoms of paralysis. (3)

 

He had not been in Ireland for eighteen months, and on the strength of the friendship shown his father by the Duke's father and grandfather, begged the Duke to obtain license for him to go abroad, where he said he desired to be out of the way until things should come to a settlement, and where, if his health permitted, he would seek military employment. (3)

 

Not many months later he threw in his lot with James II., and in September, 1689, we find him in Dublin, of which he had been appointed Governor, busily preparing the city against the danger of invasion, and "chaining up the streets and making breastworks in order to secure that naked place." (3)

 

In 1688-1692 the following Warrens of the Pale, were in King James's Irish Army: Thomas Warren, of Warrenstown, Co. Meath, Captain; and Michael Warren,(*) of Warrenstown, Co. Meath (d. 1712), Ensign in his Company in the King's Regiment of Infantry, which, together with the Regiments of Fitz-James, Lord Galway, Col. John Bourke, Sir Maurice Eustace, Col. Ramsey, Col. John Hamilton, Lord Gilmoy, Lord Abercorn, James Preston, Viscount Gormanstown, Colonel Dominick Sheldon, Col. Charles Cavenagh, and Col. Simon Luttrell, constituted the besieging forces at Derry and Limerick, at the Boyne, and on the fields of Aughrim and Cavan. (4)

 

He raised a regiment of dragoons for James, and was appointed by the latter Lord Lieutenant of the County Dublin, which he represented in James' parliament, as well as a privy councillor. He appears to have gone to France before the battle of the Boyne, but returned to Ireland for a short time during the siege of Limerick. He died abroad in 1698. (3)However another source indicates he died in 1693 killed at the battle of Landen commanding an Irish regiment in foreign service.(1)

 

His widow survived him until 1704, and the year before her death married as his second wife the father of the eccentric Thomas Armory, the author of the "Life of John Buncle, Esq." (3)

 

To Colonel Simon Luttrell's confiscated estates and possessions his brother, Colonel Henry Luttrell, whose life, both public and private, brought his family into great disrepute, succeeded since Simon had no issue. (3)

 

Simon and Henry, sons of Simon Luttrell, were both prominent in the war between James the Second and the Prince of Orange, Simon at that time being the governor of the city of Dublin. At the close of the war Simon chose to go to France with other Irish soldiers, and afterwards commanded an Irish regiment in foreign service. (2)

 

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(1) History of West Virginia and Its People, Volume 2. Charleston, WV: Lewis Historical Publishing County, 1913.

 

(2) History of a Noted Irish Family, The Shamrock Magazine, Pages 811 and 812, 1895, Ireland

 

(3) Ball, Francis Elrington, A History of the County Dublin,(Originally published in six volumes (1902-1920). Online Source: http://www.chaptersofdublin.com/books/ball1-6/balllist.htm).

 

(4) O'Hart, John; Irish Landed Gentry When Cromwell Came to Ireland. Dublin, Ireland: James Duffy and Sons, 1887. Call Number: R929.1 O36, Page 217.

Online Source:http://books.google.com/books?hl=en&id=MB8t8mv8wL0C&dq=Irish+and+Anglo-Irish+Landed+Gentry&printsec=frontcover&source=web&ots=pqOKuE-dlE&sig=rbENzAYJ5v8h5fjn3fN-M19yK4g&ei=4kOaSca7OYKEsAOF16l-&sa=X&oi=book_result&resnum=2&ct=result

 

+††† 93†††††††† iii.†† Henry Luttrell, born 1654 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland; died November 02, 1717 in Dublin, Ireland (Have also seen October 22, 1717).

+††† 94†††††††† iv.†† Robert Luttrell, born 1645 - 1655 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland; died Unknown in Prince William County, Virginia (most probably).

 

 

Generation No. 10

 

†††† 67.James10 Luttrell III (James9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born August 10, 1728 in North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia65, and died April 27, 1780 - October 01, 1781 in Richmond County, Virginia66.He married Frances circa 1753 in Richmond County, Virginia (Suspected).She died Unknown.

 

WILL OF JAMES LUTTRELL, dated April 27, 1780,Northumberland County, Virginia; Probated October 1, 1781, Richmond County, Virginia

 

In the name of God Amen. I, JAMES LUTTERELL, of the County of Northumberland and Parish of St. Stephen's, being of sound and perfect mind and memory praise be to God, do make this my Last Will and Testament in manner and form following, that is to say; first and principally I commend my soul into the hands of Almighty God that gave it, and body to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executors hereafter named, and as touching the disposition (?) of all such temporal estate as it hath pleased Almighty God to bestow upon, I give and dispose thereof as followth.

 

I leave to my loving wife FRANCES LUTTERELL, my plantation in Richmond County, during her natural life, and then to my daughter BETTY LUTTERELL, to her and her heirs lawfully begotten, and if she should die without such heirs, then the plantation to fall to my son LEROY LUTTERELL, and his heirs.

 

I give to my son LEROY LUTTERELL, the plantation whereon I now live in Northumberland to him and his heirs lawfully begotten, and if he should die without such heirs, then the plantation to fall to my daughter BETTY LUTTERELL, and her heirs, and all the rest and residue of my personal estate, goods and chattels, whatsoever, I leave to my loving wife FRANCES LUTTERELL, during her natural life, and after her decease to be equally divided among son LeRoy and my daughter Betty and if either of them should die without lawfull heirs, then their part to fall to the survivors, to his or her heirs. Only my wife FRANCES LUTTERELL, and my son LEROY LUTTERELL, and RICE COCKMAN and RICHARD GRENSTEAD, full and sole executors of this my Last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 27th day of April, 1780.

 

His mark

JAMES X LUTTERELL

 

Signed published and delivered to be my Last Will and Testament in presents of us:

RICHARD GRENSTEAD, JOS. VANLANDENHAM, and WILLIAM GRENSTEAD at a court held for Richmond County the 1st day of October, 1781.

 

This will of JAMES LUTTERELL, dec'd was presented in court by FRANCES LUTTERELL, the widow of the said James, and one of the Executors therein named who made oath thereto according to law and being proved by the witnesses, it was admitted to record and on the motion of the said Executrix giving security a certificate is granted for obtaining probate thereof in due form.

 

Test:LEROY PEACHEY, c.c.

 

More About James Luttrell III:

Will: April 27, 1780, Richmond County, Virginia (Probated 1 Oct 1781)67

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Children of James Luttrell and Frances are:

††††† 95†††††††††† i.†† Betty11 Luttrell, born September 18, 1755 in Richmond County, Virginia68.

+††† 96††††††††† ii.†† Leroy Luttrell, born circa 1760 in Richmond County, Virginia; died 1838.

 

 

†††† 68.Richard10 Luttrell, Sr. (James9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born circa 1730 in North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia69,70,71, and died circa 1800 in Amherst County, Virginia72.He married Sarah Yeatman December 21, 1752 in Richmond County, Virginia72,73,74,75, daughter of John Yeatman and Hannah Lewis.She was born March 28, 172776, and died Unknown.

 

Notes for Richard Luttrell, Sr.:

Richard Luttrell resided in Amherst County Virginia by 1764.

 

I think I have this Richard Luttrell and children mixed up with the Richard Luttrell who married Sarah Churchwell in Westmoreland County, Virginia.I have the same names listed for both family's children.Does anyone have the right children for this Richard?

 

More About Richard Luttrell, Sr.:

Residence: 1764, Amherst County, Virginia76

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Children of Richard Luttrell and Sarah Yeatman are:

††††† 97†††††††††† i.†† Ann11 Luttrell.

††††† 98††††††††† ii.†† Elizabeth Luttrell.

††††† 99†††††††† iii.†† Hannah Luttrell.

††††† 100†††††† iv.†† James C. Luttrell.James C. Luttrell is shown on the 1815 Knox County, Tennessee Petition List.

††††† 101††††††† v.†† John Luttrell.

††††† 102†††††† vi.†† Mary Luttrell.

††††† 103††††† vii.†† Richard Luttrell, Jr..

††††† 104†††† viii.†† Susannah Luttrell.

††††† 105†††††† ix.†† William Luttrell.

 

 

†††† 69.Michael10 Luttrell, Sr. (Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born 1720 in Fauquier County, Virginia, and died March 16 - August 24, 1778 in Fauquier County, Virginia77.He married Dinah78 before 1741 in Fauquier County, Virginia.She was born circa 1721 in Fauquier County, Virginia (or circa 1765 and 2nd wife), and died circa 1788 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

 

This line of Michael Luttrell is being researched by Beverly Overman, Gurley, Alabama 35748, e-mail:mbover@nehp.ne

 

It is not known where Michael Luttrell, Sr. is buried.What we do know is that he served in the American Revolutionary War (Pension # 532021), and that he owned land in Fauquier County, Virginia.[See Deed listings below].He also shows up on the 1770 Fauquier County Rent Rolls.

 

[Circuit Court of Franklin County, Va., Deed Book 5, Page 540]

Land that Michael owned went to his brother, James, of Fauquier County, Virginia.[Source:Deed Book 2, Page 589, December 22, 1766.]

 

4 Feb 1762 - 1 Jul 1762 Fauquier Co, Virginia. Warrants & Surveys. Michael LUTTRELL, 4 Feb 1762 - 1 Jul 1762; 109 a. on Negro Run, drs. of Town Run; houses on plat; adj. his own land, George CROSBEY, Richard LUTTERALL, Joseph COMBS, Michael DEERMAN/DEARMOND (now MAUZIE'S). CC -Saml WOOD & Dan NEWLIN. Pilot - Richard LUTTRALL. Surv. John MOFFETT. (Joyner, Vol. III) SW: DERMOT CROSBY

 

I-136:Michael Luttall of Fauquier Co. 109A. on Town Run in said co. Surv. Mr. John Moffett.Adj. Richard Luttrall, Deasmond now Mr. Mauzy, Michael Luttrall, Crossby, Combs.†† 23 July 1765.

 

MICHAEL LUTTRELL WILL:

In the name of GOD Amen this 16th day of March 1778, I Michael LUTTRELL of Fauquier County in the Colony of Virginia being weak of body but of sound mind and memory thanks be give to GOD for it therefore calling to mind the mortality of body and knowing that it be appointed for all men to once to die, make and ordain this my last will and testament that is to say principally and first of all: I give and recommend my soul into the hands of Almighty God that gave it and my body I recommend to earth to be buried in a decent Christian burial at the descresion of my Executors, nothing doubting that the general resurrection I shall receive the same by the Mighty Power of GOD and as touching such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased GOD to bless me in this life. I give demise and dispose of the same, in the following for and manner:

 

ITEM I give to my daughter, Franklin McKinzey my large ironpot.

ITEM I give to my daughter Hannah Luttrell, one bed and furniture.

ITEM I give to my son Abner Luttrell, my young sorrell horse.

ITEM I give to my daughter, Lydia Luttrell, one bed and furniture.

ITEM I give to my son Michael Luttrell, one pair of stillards

ITEM I give to my son Nathan Luttrell, a bellmettle skillet.

ITEM I give to my daughter Dinah Luttrell, unit weight of feathers.

ITEM I give to my son Richard Luttrell, one handsaw.

ITEM I give to my daughter, Sarah Luttrell, one large and two small pewter basons.

ITEM I give to my daughter Dolly Luttrell, my black walnut chest.

ITEM I give to my son Lott Luttrell, one hundred and twenty acres of land being the same more or less and if he dies without issue of his body lawfully, begotten to my son Abner Luttrell.

ITEM I give to my daughter Betsy Luttrell, my trunk.

ITEM I give and bequeath to my loving wife, Dinah Luttrell, all my movable estate to be by her possessed and enjoyed during her natural life and after her decease to be equally divided amongst my children.

ITEM I constitute my loving wife, Dinah Luttrell, Richard Luttrell and John Luttrell to be Executors of this my last will and testament and I do hereby utterly disallow, revoke and disamuel all and every other former testament will, legate and bequeaths ratifying this to be my last will and testament and no other. In witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year above written.

 

Signed sealed and delivered by the law, Michael Luttrell as his last will and testament.

His Mark,

MICHAEL LUTTRELL

 

EST: JOHN COMBS, RICHARD CORUM, JAMES LUTTRELL, and ROBERT LUTTRELL

 

At a court held in Fauquier County, Virginia, the 24th day of August 1778.

 

This Will was proved the oath of John Combs, James Luttrell and Robert Luttrell, witness hereto and ordered to be recorded and on motion of Richard Luttrell and John Luttrell the Executors therein named who made oath and executed and acknowledged bond as the law directs certificate is granted them for obtaining a probate in due form.

TEST:R. Brooke

[Source:MICHAEL LUTTRELL WILL, Fauquier County, Virginia, Will Book I, Page 351.Dated March 16, 1778, Probated August 24, 1778. ]

 

More About Michael Luttrell, Sr.:

Burial: Unknown, Fauquier County, Virginia79

Military service: American Revolutionary War.Pension # 532021.

Probate: August 24, 1778, Fauquier County, Virginia80

Property: November 26, 1760, Fauquier County, Virginia

Will: March 16, 1778, Fauquier County, Virginia81

 

It is believed that Michael's wife is Dinah Shumate, the daughter of Daniel Shumate, however, I have found no proof to document this.I did find a Power of Attorney for Samuel Luttrell and wife Dinah requesting Samuel Shumate to represent them regarding Daniel Shumate's estate.This leads me to believe that Samuel Luttrellís wife is Dinah Shumate.

 

Another problem I have with this family is that Dinah had children very late in life and a census I found for daughter Hannah (the youngest) indicates she was born in 1790 which is after Dinah has died.So the dates are definitely in question for this family.

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Children of Michael Luttrell and Dinah are:

††††† 106†††††††† i.†† Mary11 Luttrell82, born 1741 in Fauquier County, Virginia.She married Jezadoh Roberts October 22, 1818 in (This can't be right - she was 77 when she married!)83.Does anyone have the correct information for her?

+††† 107††††††† ii.†† Lydia Luttrell, born 1742 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died 1810.

††††† 108†††††† iii.†† Franklin Luttrell84, born 1743 in Fauquier County, Virginia.She married Mr. McKinsey85.

+††† 109†††††† iv.†† Nathaniel Luttrell, Sr., born October 1747 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died June 15, 1840 in Hardeman County, Tennessee.

+††† 110††††††† v.†† Michael Luttrell, Jr., born October 1751 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died December 19, 1844 in Marion County, Illinois.

††††† 111†††††† vi.†† Dinah Luttrell86, born circa 1755 in Fauquier County, Virginia.She married George Peak October 20, 1785 in Henry County, Virginia.

+††† 112††††† vii.†† Sarah (Sally) Luttrell, born circa 1759 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died 1786 in Fauquer County, Virginia.

+††† 113†††† viii.†† Richard C. Luttrell, born before 1760 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died August 21, 1815 in Adair County, Kentucky.

††††† 114†††††† ix.†† Betsy Elizabeth Luttrell86, born circa 1766 in Fauquier County, Virginia.She married Samuel Meall December 26, 1786 in Fauquier County, Virginia87,88,89,90.Samuel Meall's last name has been spelled Meale or Meall on some records.I'm not sure which is correct.

††††† 115††††††† x.†† Abner Luttrell91, born 1766 in Fauquier County, Virginia.He married Sarah Kelly March 11, 1786 in Fauquier County, Virginia (Robert Luttrell, Bondsman)92,93,94,95.

 

By deed of 30th and 31st of Aug. 1793, Abner Luttrell, and Sarah, his wife, of Fauquire County, and Lott Luttrell , of Patrick County, Va., conveyed to Enos Combs the land bequeathed to them by their father's will.[Source:Allied families of Read, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters, by A.M. Prichard, Staunton, Virginia 1930, Page 206]By deed of 30th and 31st of Aug. 1793, Abner Luttrell, and Sarah, his wife, of Fauquire County, and Lott Luttrell , of Patrick County, Va., conveyed to Enos Combs the land bequeathed to them by their father's will.[Source:Allied families of Read, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters, by A.M. Prichard, Staunton, Virginia 1930, Page 206]

 

Database: Kentucky Census, 1810-90

LUTTREL, ABNER

State: KY Year: 1800

County: Lincoln County Record Type: Tax list

Township: No Township Listed Page:

Database: KY Early Census Index

(Also listed were Lott, Nathan & Rodham)

 

+††† 116†††††† xi.†† Dolly Luttrell, born 1768 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died 1844 in Greasy Ridge County, Ohio.

+††† 117††††† xii.†† Lott Luttrell, born 1772 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died after 1817 in Dunnville, Casey County, Kentucky.

 

 

†††† 72.Richard10 Luttrell, Jr. (Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born circa 1730 in Stafford County, Virginia96,97, and died April 24, 1819 - May 21, 1821 in Culpeper County, Virginia98.He married (1) Sarah Watson.She died Unknown.He married (2) Rachel Stallard99 before 1785 in Essex County, Virginia, daughter of Walter Stallard and Hannah Pitt.She was born circa 1759 in Essex County, Virginia100, and died after 1821 in Culpeper County, Virginia101.

 

Richard is designated as "Jr." in his father's will and also in a judgment which he recovered the 29th of August 1760, against FRANCIS BURGESS, [Fauquire Minute Book, 1759-63, Page 98], as well as in the following commission of which the original is in the possession of JOHN AUGUSTINE ADAMS LUTTRELL.[Source:Allied families of Read, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters, by A.M. Prichard, Staunton, Virginia, 1930.]

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In another letter written to Mrs. A.M. Prichard on the 20 Mar. 1927, Mr. John A. A. Luttrell said:"The Richard Luttrell Jr., commission was given to me by my father for the reason that I seemed to him the only child the least interested in Family History.I think it came down from each generation perhaps to the oldest son or to the one who administered the estate.It is in very good condition.He once had as well, a commission signed by Jefferson naming the same Richard, Governor of the County of Illinois, and I remember when a kid my father showed this one to a relative visiting from Missouri--well it was never seen after that.I have never looked up any records on this item, so never quoted it as a fact as I had no proof of it."

 

On the 18 Jan. 1928, Mr. George L. Osborne, Librarian of the Illinois State Historical Society, wrote:"I have no record of Richard Luttrell being appointed as Governor of the Illinois County."

 

The Commonwealth of Virginia

To Richard Luttrell, Jr., Gentlemen, greetings:

Know you that our Governour on recommendation of the Court of the county of Fauquire hathe constituted and appointed you Ensign of a Company of Militia in said County.

In testimony whereof these our letters are sealed with the seal of the Commonwealth and made Patent.

Witness, Thomas Jefferson, Esquire, our said Governour at Richmond, the 25th day of October in the year of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty.

{Seal} Thomas Jefferson

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As early as 1760 Richard Luttrell, Jr. shows up in Fauquier County, Virginia per his judgement above.This would be around the time that Fauquier County was formed, May 1, 1759, from Prince William County and in 1770 and 1777 he shows up on the Fauquier Rent Rolls.He is found in Culpeper County by July 31, 1797 when he witnessed the will of Joseph Pitts [Culpeper County, Virginia, Will Book D, Page 208], and of course on April 24, 1819 when he made out his own Will.

 

Here is the big question for the family, I'm not sure if this is the correct Richard Jr. to connect to Richard Sr., who lived in Fauquier County, Virginia.Richard Sr. indicated in his Will, "ITEM I give to my son Richard Luttrell my new patent of land containing 58 acres of land whereon he now lives."†† This is the land indicated below of 58 acres.

 

[By grant of 12 March 1722, the Proprietors of the Northern Neck of Virgina conveyed unto "Richd Lutterall" of Stafford County, a track of 354 acres of land lying on "Brent Town Run" in Stafford County, Virginia; and, by subsequent grant of 7 July 1745, Lord Fairfax conveyed unto Richard "Lutteral" of Prince William County, a track of 58 acres of land adjoining the "said Lutterall's other land on a drain of Town Run."]

 

Prince William county was created in March 1731 embracing parts of Stafford and King George Counties.Fauquier County was created in May 1, 1759 from Prince William County.So it is quite likely that Richard lived in the same general area being born in Stafford County in 1730 then in 1731 being listed in Prince William County and later in 1759, being rezoned into Fauquier County without doing a lot of moving.But Culpeper County was cut off from Orange County in 1749 and to be shown living there, he would have had to move and most likely sell his land on "Brent Town Run" Fauquier County and purchase land in Culpeper County.

 

Unless I can find something to tell me that Richard, Jr. sold this land (and purchased land in Culpeper County), I can't come out and say that the Culpeper County, Richard Jr. and the Fauquier County Richard Jr., are the same person since in Richard Jr.'s Culpeper County, will, he didn't leave the Fauquier County land to any of his heirs.If I can find a land sale showing that he sold the land, then it might be a possibility, but I can't even find that. Let us not forget that there is another Richard Jr. and Sr. living in Westmoreland County at this very same time and I believe all the Westmoreland Luttrell's descend from Simon and Robert.

 

To also confirm that this might be the Westmoreland branch is a notation in Bulletin #3, Page 239, of the Fauquier Historical Society, where the names of Richard Luttrell, Richard Luttrell, Jr., and William Luttrell appear."This William Luttrell is no doubt the son of John and grandson of Old Simon of Westmoreland County.Richard Sr., and Simon were brothers, sons of Robert Luttrell."

-- Marcine Lohman

marcinelohman@comcast.net

 

In Vol. 19, Illinois Historical Collections, George Rogers Clark Papers, pp. 422, 439, and 441, it appears that the land claim was allowed to "Richd Lutterell," as a soldier.This claim was assigned to Richd LTerrell, to whom deed was issued, "for Luttrell 100 acres pt of 79."[Source:Allied families of Read, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters, by A.M. Prichard, Staunton, Virginia, 1930, Page 205.]

 

LAND DEEDS:

1768-9 (Fauquier Co, Va., Deed Book 3, pp. 205 & 373). JOSEPH COMBS, and his wife Elizabeth, of Loudon County sell 100 acres on Brenttown Road to ORIGINAL YOUNG. The land was part of a gift of land given to him in 1756 by his father, Joseph Sr. (Extracted by Combs Researcher Jeff Duvall from "Fauquier Families, 1759-1799: Comprehensive indexed abstracts of Tax and Tithable Lists, Marriage Bonds and Minute, Deed, and Will Books, and Others" by John P. Alcock (Athens, GA: Iberian Publishing Company, 1994) 27-28 June 1768. Fauquier Co, VA Deed Book 3, page 205 (& see 373) Lease & Release between Joseph Combs & Elizabeth, his wife, of Loudoun County, & Original YOUNG...part of tract given by Joseph Combs Sr. to his son Joseph Jr. (of the 1st part) by deed of lease & release recorded in Prince Wm. Co 22 Nov 1756... oak on hillside in the dividing line between John & Joseph Combs... corner to Mr. John Combs... corner to Combs & COPPAGE... saplin of East side of Brenton Rd 100 acres . signed JOSEPH COMBS & ELIZABETH COMBS. Witness: JOHN LEE, JR, JOSEPH BARBEY, RICHARD LUTTRELL, SINIT YOUNG, JOHN PETERS, CHARLES WALKER. Recorded 25 July 1768, proved by oath of LEE, BARBEY, & SINNITT YOUNG. [Extracted by Debi Houser from "Fauquier County, Virginia Deeds 1759-1778" by John K. Gott, Pages 205-211] SW: Brent Town Road

 

By a deed of November 26, 1760, recorded in Fauquier County, Virginia, RICHARD LUTTRELL acquired from GEORGE CRUMP a track of 240 acres of land on a branch of Negro Run, which was granted to JOHN CRUMP by the proprietors of the Northern Neck on July 29, 1745.By a deed of November 26, 1760, RICHARD LUTTRELL, SR., of Fauquier County conveyed to his son, SAMUEL LUTTRELL, 70 acres of the 240 acres acquired from the Proprietors.In his will recorded in Fauquier County, on September 10, 1764, Richard lists his eleven children:JAMES; MICHAEL; SAMUEL; JOHN; RICHARD; ANSTISS; MARY; SUSANNA; ROBERT; CATHERINE; AND SARAH.The dates of their births are not known but his youngest daughter Sarah must have been close to 18 years old for a specific mare to be held for her.

 

Culpeper County, Virginia, Will Book D, Page 208, Joseph Pitts, dated July 31, 1797, probated October 16, 1797.Will lists children:Son, Joseph Pitts; Son-in-Law, David Stallard; daughter, Susanna; Richard Luttrell listed as a witness to the will.

 

Culpeper County, Virginia, Will Book D, Page 240.Estate of Anthony Haynie, January 1799.Richard Luttrell listed as one of the appraisers.Inventory recorded February 18, 1799.(This may very well be Richard C. Luttrell who married Mary Ann P. Haynie.)

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[Richard Luttrell, Jr. Will,dated April 24, 1819, probated May 21, 1821 recorded in Culpeper Will Book H, Pages 301-302.]

 

NOTE:Words in brackets [ ] are the transcriber's notes or suggestions.

 

RICHARD LUTTRELL WILL

In the name of God amen the 24th day of April One thousand eight hundred and nineteen.I RICHARD LUTTRELL of Culpeper County being of perfect memory do hereby make my Last Will and Testament in manner and form following.That is to say.

 

First to my four following children to wit WILLIS LUTTRELL, JAMES LUTTRELL, SUSANNAH LUTTRELL & FANNY LUTTRELL I give each one feather bed, bedstead [bed stand?] and furniture.

 

2naly To RACHEL my dearly beloved wife I lend the use of profits of all the rest of my Estate both real & personal during her natural life and after her decease I give to my two daughters Susanna & Fanny the following Negroes namely Frederich, Joseph, Harriott, Guss, Dopon, & Eliza and all their increase to be enjoyed by them and their heirs forever by an equal division between them at the death of their mother.

 

3dly My desire is that my land be sold as also the rest of my Negroes namely Anthony Selena Scepio Matelda [?] Aylell and all their [?] increase on a credit of twelve months and that the land be first sold in two tracts agreeable to a survey and division thereof for 283 1/2 acres more or less without a resurvey the deciding line beginning at a small branch a white oak sapling standing on the east and a white oak and hickory on the west side whereof is the line of THOMAS KEMPER and extending down said branch with [?] meanders to a larger branch to three maples one on each side of the small branch and one on the north side of the larger branch thence down said branch [five poles?] to two maples at the mouth of another small branch thence up the meanders thereof to its head and continuing thence North thirty three degrees West to a box oak and two white oak saplings on this one line of the tract which is also the line of WILLIAM COOKE leaving on the south side of dividing line 15 3/4 acres on which the dwelling house stands and on the north side 130 1/4 acres and the monies or [thos?] profits arising from such sale to be equally divided between my four following children to wit BURRELL, WILLIS, ELIZABETH wife of THOMAS STALLARD and JAMES and their heirs.

 

4thly All the rest and residence of my property except the crops which may then be on the land I wish to be sold on the same credit as aforementioned [?] the crops to be sold for [?]ady money the wheat crop at private and the other crops at public sale and out of the monies are [?] from such sales my son Willis is first to receive the sum of two hundred dollars and the residuel to be equally divided among all my children namely BURRELL, WILLIS, ELIZABETH, JAMES, SUSANNA and FANNY.

 

5thly I hereby constitute and appoint my aforesaid wife Rachel Executrix and my friends HENRY BASGE and THOMAS G. KEMPER executors of this my last will and Testament and I do hereby utterly disallow, revoke and disannull all and every former Wills and Testaments ratifying and conforming this and no other to be my last Will and Testament [?] witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal the day and year first above written.

RICHARD LUTTRELL{Seal}

Signed sealed and declared by the Said Richard Luttrell as his Last Will and testament in the presence of us

ALFRED COOKE, WILLIAM COOKE. ELIAS COOKE

 

At a court held for Culpeper County the 21st day of May 1821

†††† This last will and Testament of RICHARD LUTTRELL deceased was exhibited to the court and proved by the oaths of ALFRED COOKE and ELIAS COOKE two of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded and on the motion of HENRY BASGE and THOMAS G. KEMPER the executors therein named certificate is granted them for obtaining a probate thereof in due form they having made oaths thereto and given bond & security according to law.

 

Teste TH W. LIGHTFOOT

 

No listings in Culpeper County, Virginia, Will Book A (1749-1770) for Stallards or Luttrells.

 

1810 Culpeper, Culpeper County, Virginia Census; Roll: 68; Page: 101; Image: 196.00.

Rd. Lutrell

Males:2 age 10-15 (born 1795-1800); 1 age 45 & over (born before 1765).

Females:2 age 10-15 (born 1795-1800); 1 age 45 & over (born before 1765).

Slaves:8

 

1820 Culpeper County, Virginia Census; Roll: M33_133; Page: 244; Image: 105.

Richard Lutrell

Males:1 age 16-18 (born 1802 - 1804); 1 age 16-26 (born 1794-1804); 1 age 26-45 (born 1775-1794).

Females:2 age 10-16 (born 1804-1810); 1 age 26-45 (born 1775-1794).

Slaves:12

The oldest male listed is too young to be Richard shown on the 1810 census.So is the census wrong or is this a different Richard?

 

More About Richard Luttrell, Jr.:

Probate: May 21, 1821102

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Children of Richard Luttrell and Rachel Stallard are:

+††† 118†††††††† i.†† Burrell11 Luttrell, born October 25, 1785 in Culpeper County, Virginia; died November 26, 1831 in Culpeper County, Virginia.

+††† 119††††††† ii.†† Elizabeth Luttrell, born 1789 in Culpeper County, Virginia.

††††† 120†††††† iii.†† Willis Luttrell103, born circa 1790 in Culpeper County, Virginia104,105.

 

1830 Culpeper County, Virginia Census; Roll: 197; Page: 143.

Willis Lttrel

Males:1 age 40-50 (born 1780-1790).

Females:0

Slaves:2

 

+††† 121†††††† iv.†† Susannah Luttrell, born May 27, 1793 in Culpeper County, Virginia; died April 04, 1865 in Platte County, Missouri.

+††† 122††††††† v.†† James Luttrell, born 1795 in Culpeper County, Virginia; died 1850 - 1860 in Culpepper County, Virginia.

+††† 123†††††† vi.†† Fanny Luttrell, born June 08, 1800 in Culpeper County, Virginia; died August 16, 1858 in Platte County, Missouri.

 

 

†††† 73.Samuel10 Luttrell (Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)106 was born 1730 - 1745 in Fauquier County, Virginia107,108, and died 1810 - 1819 in Franklin County, Virginia109,110.He married (1) Annis Crowther circa 1765 in Leeds Parish, Fauquier County, Virginia.She died Unknown.He married (2) Dinah Shumate111,112,113 circa 1785 in Fauquier County, Virginia114, daughter of Daniel Shumate and Sarah James.She was born circa 1760 in Fauquier County, Virginia115, and died after 1810 in Franklin County, Virginia115.

 

Samuel Luttrell is listed on the 1770 and 1777 Fauquier County, Virginia Rent Rolls (Leeds Manor or Leeds Parish).Although both he and his wife, Dinah obtained a power of attorney on October 24, 1808 in Franklin County, Virginia [Source:Circuit Court of Franklin County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Page 540], I show where he resided in Fauquier County, Virginia.[November 1, 1766, Fauquier County, Va., Deed Book 2, page 618]

 

LAND DEEDS:

 

SAMUEL LUTTRELL by deed of November 1, 1766, recorded in Fauquire Deed Book 2, page 618, Lord Fairfax leased to Samuel Luttrell 150 acres of and for the joint lives of himself, his wife Dinah, and his son, Daniel.By deed of 22 Oct. 1767, Samuel Luttrell leased unto Samuel Wood 70 acres of land devised to him by his father's will; and, by deed of 22 May 1788, Samuel Luttrell "of Leeds Parish, Fauquire County, Virginia," conveyed this 70 acres of land to his brother, Robert Luttrell.†† The deed above referred to shows that Samuel Luttrell had at least one child, Daniel. [Source:Prichard, Armstead Mead, Allied families of Read, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters,(Staunton, Virginia 1930.), Page 202. ]Samuel Luttrell is listed on the 1770 and 1777 Fauquier County, Virginia Rent Rolls (Leeds Manor or Leeds Parish).Although both he and his wife, Dinah obtained a power of attorney on October 24, 1808 in Franklin County, Virginia [Source:Circuit Court of Franklin County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Page 540], I show where he resided in Fauquier County, Virginia.[November 1, 1766, Fauquier County, Va., Deed Book 2, page 618]

 

Franklin County, Virginia, Court Documents - Power of Attorney, Samuel and Dinah Luttrell to Samuel Shumate, October 24, 1808

To all to whom these presents shall come. Know ye, that I, Samuel Luttrell and Dinah Luttrell my wife, in the County of Franklin and State of Virginia, have by these presents, nominated, ordained and appointed Samuel Shumate in Henry County and State aforesaid, to ask, demand, sue for and recover such part, parsel or share, as we the aforesaid Samuel Luttrell and Dinah Luttrell may have a right on, on the Estate of Daniel Shumate, deceas'd, in Fauquier County and State aforesaid, either by will or otherwise, as his said estate may be left and by our attorney not only to ask, demand and receive, but also to receipt, acquit and discharge the Executors, administrators, or other persons who may have the same in possession, at his will and pleasure which receipt shall be as valid against us, as we could do in about the premises, ratifying and confirming generally whatsoever our said attorney may act, or do, in and about the Estate. In Testimony whereof, we the said Samuel Luttrell and Dinah Luttrell hath hereto set our hands and caused our seals to be affixed on the 24th day of October 1808.

Signed and acknowledged in the presence of

SAM'L LUTTRELL††††††† DINAH LUTTRELL

 

DANIEL HUNT

ALLEN JARRATT

JOHN MARTIN

WILLIS LUTTRELL

RICH'D STOCKTON

 

At a Court held for Franklin County December 5th, 1808. This letter of Attorney from Samuel Luttrell and Dinah his wife was proved by the oaths of Daniel Hunt, Willis Luttrell and Richard Stockton, three of the witnesses hereto, and ordered to be recorded.

Teste: James Galloway, C.F.C.

[Source:Circuit Court of Franklin County, Virginia Deed Book 5, Page 540]

 

I'm not sure where I got Annis Crowther as his wife.A deed list his wife as Dinah plus Samuel and Dinah Luttrell gave a power of attorney to Samuel Shumate regarding the estate of Daniel Shumate [Franklin County, Virginia, Court Documents - Power of Attorney, Samuel and Dinah Luttrell to Samuel Shumate, dated 24 October 1808].

 

LAND DEEDS:

 

SAMUEL LUTTRELL by deed of November 1, 1766, recorded in Fauquire Deed Book 2, page 618, Lord Fairfax leased to Samuel Luttrell 150 acres of and for the joint lives of himself, his wife Dinah, and his son, Daniel.By deed of 22 Oct. 1767, Samuel Luttrell leased unto Samuel Wood 70 acres of land devised to him by his father's will; and, by deed of 22 May 1788, Samuel Luttrell "of Leeds Parish, Fauquire County, Virginia," conveyed this 70 acres of land to his brother, Robert Luttrell.†† The deed above referred to shows that Samuel Luttrell had at least one child, Daniel.[Source:Prichard, Armstead Mead, Allied families of Read, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters,(Staunton, Virginia 1930.), Page 202. ]

 

1810 Franklin County, Virginia Census; Roll: 68; Page: 299; Image: 573.00.

Samuel Litteral

Males:2 age 16-25 (born 1785-1794); 1 age 26-44 (born 1766-1784); 1 age 45 & over (born before 1765).

Females:1 age 16-25 (born 1785-1794); 1 age 26-44 (born 1766-1784); 1 age 45 & over (born before 1765)

Slaves:0

(Listed next to Daniel Shewmake)

 

Notes for Dinah Shumate:

HOW CAN DINAH HAVE A SON WHEN SHE IS ONLY 4 YEARS OLD!!!!She has to be born closer to her husband's date of birth (1730-1740).

 

Marcine's Note:I think I may have the answer to this problem.It is not proven but is feasible.I show that Samuel was also married to Annis Crowther.If she were his first wife and she were closer to Samuel's age, then Daniel could be her son.I know that Dinah Schumate's father was named Daniel and it is believed that Daniel Luttrell is named after him but I believe Daniel was a common enough name that he wasn't.This is only a possible theory that would explain why Daniel is only about 5 years older than his mother.

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Child of Samuel Luttrell and Dinah Shumate is:

+††† 124†††††††† i.†† Daniel11 Luttrell, born before 1766 in Leeds Parish, Fauquier County, Virginia; died 1810 - 1830 in Lee County, Virginia.

 

 

†††† 74.John Lewis10 Luttrell (Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)116 was born 1732 in Fauquier County, Virginia, and died June 20, 1790 in Leeds Parish, Fauquier County, Virginia.He married Winifred Lawrence117,117 1758 in Fauquier County, Virginia, daughter of Edward Larrance, Sr..She was born December 03, 1733 in Virginia118, and died March 19, 1816 in Frederick County, Virginia119,119.

 

JOHN LUTTRELL.In Elston Luttrell's manuscript he is called one of the emigrant brothers.He may have been born abroad, but his father was certainly here with him.His wife, according to John Lewis Luttrell, No. 49, was Winifred Larrance who, with certain of her children, went from Fauquire to Frederick County, Va., where she died on the 19 Mar. 1816 or 1818.By deed of Dec. 1766, recorded in Fauquire deed book 2, page 590, John Luttrell conveyed unto his brother James, a parcel of land formerly belonging to his father, Richard.By act of the Virginia General Assembly in March 1756, John Luttrell was allowed compensation for services in the militia of Prince William County.(7 Henning's Statues At Large, 24.)He died before 28 June 1790, when inventory of his estate was recorded in Fauquire County will book 2, page 171.In confirmation of the statement that his wife was Winifred Larrance, the will of Edward Larrance, Sr., dated 26 Mar. 1783, probated 27 Mar. 1786, and recorded in Fauquire will book 2, page 82, devise three negroes to his daughter, Winifred Luttrell.[Source:Allied families of Read, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters, by A.M. Prichard, Staunton, Virginia 1930, Pg. 203.]

 

Winnifred Luttrell (Listed next to Robert Luttrell and Fielding Luttrell)

1810 Frederick County, Virginia Census; Roll: 68; Page: 350; Image: 670.00.

Winnifred Luttrell

Males:0

Females:1 age 26-44 (born 1766-1784); 2 age 45 & over (born before 1765).

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Children of John Luttrell and Winifred Lawrence are:

††††† 125†††††††† i.†† Richard11 Luttrell120, born 1759 - 1784 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

††††† 126††††††† ii.†† Sarah Luttrell120, born 1760 - 1770 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

 

1830 Western District, Frederick, Virginia; Roll: 190; Page: 120.

Lewis Luttrell

Males:1 age 20-30 (born 1800-1810).

Females:1 age 15-20 (born 1810-1815).

 

1830 Western District, Frederick, Virginia; Roll: 190; Page: 120.

Sarah Luttrell

Males:0

Females:1 age 60-70 (born 1760-1770); 1 age 80-90 (born 1740-1750).

 

1830 Western District, Frederick, Virginia; Roll: 190; Page: 120.

Fielding Luttrell

Males:1 age 5-10 (born 1820-1825); 1 age 50-60 (born 1770-1780).

Females:1 age 10-15 (born 1815-1820); 2 age 15-20 (born 1810-1815); 1 age 50-60 (born 1770-1780).

 

1830 Western District, Frederick, Virginia; Roll: 190; Page: 120.

James Luttrell

Males:2 under age 5 (born 1825-1830); 1 age 5-10 (born 1820-1825); 2 age 10-15 (born 1815-1820); 1 age 15-20 (born 1810-1815); 1 age 40-50 (born 1780-1790).

Females:2 under age 5 (born 1825-1830); 2 age 5-10 (born 1820-1825); 1 age 40-50 (born 1780-1790).

 

1830 Western District, Frederick, Virginia; Roll: 190; Page: 120.

Richard Luttrell

Males:2 under age 5 (born 1825-1830); 1 age 5-10 (born 1820-1825); 1 age 30-40 (born 1790-1800).

Females:1 under age 5 (born 1825-1830); 1 age 20-30 (born 1800-1810).

 

Sarah never married.

 

+††† 127†††††† iii.†† Edward Luttrell, born circa 1761 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died 1830 - 1840 in Knox County, Tennessee.

+††† 128†††††† iv.†† John Luttrell, born February 09, 1763 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died 1819 in Union County, Kentucky.

††††† 129††††††† v.†† Frances Luttrell.

+††† 130†††††† vi.†† Robert Luttrell, born 1766 - 1784 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died January 01, 1815 in Frederick County, Virginia.

+††† 131††††† vii.†† Fielding Luttrell, born 1773 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died January - April 1842 in Frederick County, Virginia.

††††† 132†††† viii.†† Lewis Luttrell120, born 1780 - 1790 in Fauquier County, Virginia121; died after 1840 in Knox County, Tennessee.

 

1840 Knox County, Tennessee; Roll: 527; Page: 56.

Lewis Luttrell

Males:1 age 5-10 (born 1830-1835); 3 age 10-15 (born 1825-1830); 1 age 50-60 (born 1780-1790).

Females:1 under age 5 (born 1835-1840); 1 age 5-10 (born 1830-1835); 1 age 15-20 (born 1820-1825); 1 age 20-30 (born 1810-1820); 1 age 30-40 (born 1800-1810).

 

+††† 133†††††† ix.†† James Luttrell, born February 09, 1783 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died after 1850 in Frederick County, Virginia.

 

 

†††† 75.Anstiss (Unstiss)10 Luttrell (Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)122 was born 1736 in Fauquier County, Virginia, and died Unknown.She married Benjamin Robinson Neale 1755.He was born circa 1720, and died before September 26, 1785 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

 

1770 LUTTRELL AUSTICE Fauquier County VA†† Rent Rolls

 

Notes for Benjamin Robinson Neale:

Benjamin Robinson Neale's will dated March 23, 1779 and probated on September 26, 1785, recorded in Fauquire County, Virginia Will Book 2, Page 76, indicated that all his "wearing clothes" be divided equally between his sons Jesse and Moses.He gives the remainder of his estate, lease and plantation to his wife,Anstiss who was appointed executrix.

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Children of Anstiss Luttrell and Benjamin Neale are:

††††† 134†††††††† i.†† Moses11 Neale123,123.

††††† 135††††††† ii.†† Jesse Neale124,124, born 1757 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

 

 

†††† 77.Robert10 Luttrell (Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)125 was born 1738 in Fauquier County, Virginia, and died 1812 in Prince William County, Virginia.He married Lydia Luttrell126 in Fauquier County, Virginia, daughter of Michael Luttrell and Dinah.She was born 1742 in Fauquier County, Virginia, and died 1810.

 

Source:Northern Neck Grants Book A (1722-1726)

A2-197T.W.4349=5 June 1806 Robert Luttrell 10A. 1 Ro. (6 June 1807) in Pr. William Co. adj. Bayles Renoe, said Luttrell.6 Mar 1809.

 

Robert Luttrell is listed on the 1770 and 1777 Fauquier County, Virginia Rent Rolls.

 

Source:Allied families of Read, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters, by A.M. Prichard, Staunton, Virginia 1930.

Page 206

Reference has already been made to a deed of 22 May 1778, from Samuel Luttrell "of Leeds parish," Fauquire Col, Va., to his brother, Robert Luttrell, for 70 acres of the 350 acres of land granted to their father, Richard Luttrell, by the Proprietors of the Northern Neck, by deed of 12 Mar. 1722.By deed of 1 Sept. 1797, recorded in Fauquire deed book 13, page 467, Robert Luttrell and Lydia, his wife, conveyed the foregoing land to Sylvanus Waller.Another deed of 14 Nov. 1777 from Benjamin Neale to Robert Luttrell conveyed 80 acres part of 240 acres granted to John Crump by the Proprietors.This was doubtless the same land devised by the will of Richard Luttrell to his daughter Anstiss who appears to have married Benjamin Neale.By deed of 19 Nov. 1799, Robert Luttrell conveyed unto John Fox the land devised to him by his father's will.

 

1810 Prince William, Virginia; Roll: 70; Page: 284; Image: 534.00.

Robert Luttrell

Males:1 under age 10 (born 1800-1810); 1 age 16-25 (born 1785-1794); 1 age 45 & over (born before 1765).

Females:2 age 10-15 (born 1795-1800); 2 age 26-44 (born 1766-1784).

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Children of Robert Luttrell and Lydia Luttrell are:

+††† 136†††††††† i.†† Robert11 Luttrell, born 1765 - 1776; died 1821 in Gerrard County, Kentucky.

+††† 137††††††† ii.†† Rodham Luttrell, born circa 1767 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died 1850 - 1860 in Lawrence County, Tennessee.

 

 

†††† 78.Susanna10 Luttrell (Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)127 was born 1740 in Fauquier County, Virginia, and died Unknown.She married John Robinson November 26, 1792 in Fauquier County, Virginia128,129,130.He died Unknown.

 

Notes for Susanna Luttrell:

1770 LUTRELL SUSANNAH Fauquier County VA†† Rent Rolls

 

Notes for John Robinson:

This Robinson/Luttrell family is being researched by paula meyer, e-mail:pkmeyer@usa.net.

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Children of Susanna Luttrell and John Robinson are:

††††† 138†††††††† i.†† Louisa11 Robinson131.

††††† 139††††††† ii.†† Jefferson Robinson131.

††††† 140†††††† iii.†† Madison Robinson131.

 

 

†††† 79.Catherine10 Luttrell (Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)132 was born 1744 in Fauquier County, Virginia, and died Unknown in Fauquier County, Virginia.She married Richard Coram.He died Unknown in Fauquier County, Virginia.

 

Notes for Catherine Luttrell:

[Juanita Berrian.FTW]

Catherine Luttrell/Lutterell about 1741.Champe died in 1787 in Fauquier Co. Virginia. Descendants moved to Grainger, Knox County, Tennessee.

 

Notes for Richard Coram:

Fauquier County, Virginia Estate Settlement March 12th, 1793, Settlement of the Estate of Champ CORAM

Kathy Welder <conch@softcom.net>

By order of the worshiffal court of Fauquier Co. We have settled the account of Richard Coram, Administer of Champ Coram.†† Levied after paying Court debt, a balance due of 28 pounds, 4 shillings and 8 pence to be divided in these parts:

TO:††† Rich Coram..........††††† 2.16.4 pounds

††††††††† Champ Coram Jr...††††† 2.16.5

††††††††† Sarah Coram........†† .2.16.5

††††††††† Elizabeth..............††††† 2.16.5

†††††††† Catherine Coram Sr...†† 2.16.5

†††††††† Mary Coram...........†††† 2.16.5

†††††††† Catherine Coram Jr....†† 2.16.5

†††††††† Jane Corum.............†††† 2.16.5

††††††† Anster Coram, Elias Patton..2.16.6

††††††† William Coram.........†††† 2.16.6

 

Given under our hand this day.††

Samuel Blackwell and John Goldsmith

 

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Child of Catherine Luttrell and Richard Coram is:

††††† 141†††††††† i.†† Mary11 Coram132, born 1764 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

 

 

†††† 82.James10 Luttrell (John9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born May 06, 1715 in St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia133, and died June 1762 in Richmond County, Virginia (drowned in Tutoskey Creek)134.He married Elizabeth How circa 1747.She died Unknown.

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Children of James Luttrell and Elizabeth How are:

††††† 142†††††††† i.†† Molly/Mary11 Luttrell.

††††† 143††††††† ii.†† Thomas Luttrell, born circa 1750; died 1820 - 1830 in Montgomery County, Virginia.He married Mary Chamblin circa 1772.Thomas Luttrell resided between 1771 - 1780 in Loudoun County, Virginia, between 1781 - 1830 in Botetourt & Montgomery County, Virginia and between 1820 - 1830 in Montgomery County, Virginia.

 

 

†††† 83.John10 Luttrell II (John9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born July 16, 1717 in St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia135, and died June 1766 - February 1767.He married (1) Catherine Thomas circa 1732 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.She died 1734 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.He married (2) Francis Patience Sanford circa 1735 in Westmoreland County, Virginia, daughter of Thomas Sanford and Margaret Luttrell.She was born circa 1719 in Westmoreland County, Virginia, and died after 1752 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.

 

Tennessee Cousins, Page 223

It can be surmised that JOHN LUTTRELL, son of Simon, had a son who married a daughter of THOMAS SANFORD, of Westmoreland, and that they were the parents of four children:

 

†††† 1. THOMAS LUTTRELL

†††† 2. JOHN LUTTRELL

†††† 3. HUGH LUTTRELL

††† 4. WILLIAM LUTTRELL

 

THOMAS SANFORD'S will mentions his wife MARGARET (who could have been MARGARET LUTTRELL, daughter of old SIMON) and his grandson THOMAS LUTTRELL. This SANFORD WILL was probated in Westmoreland County in 1770. And in 1770 a JOHN LUTTRELL was a young man. living in ORANCE County, North Carolina, who had married one of the HART daughters and was beginning his associations with JUDGE RICHARD HENDERSON, John Williams and his wife's folks about the HENDERSON PURCHASE of the Transylvania lands. When JOHN died, afterwards he left his interest in those same lands to his three brothers. HUGH, THOMAS and WILLIAM.

 

Notes for Catherine Thomas:

Catherine Thomas apparently died about 1734 probably while giving birth to James.

 

Notes for Francis Patience Sanford:

I have differing information as to who was the father of Francis Patience Sanford's husband, John Luttrell.The manuscript by Glenna L. Deal, 1989, indicates John is the son of John and grandson of James, Sr.The "Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Vol. III, Northumberland Co. Record of Births, St. Stephen's Parish" confirms that John was born to James on November 10, 1691 (St. Stephens Parish page 114) and then later (also page 114) shows that John was born to John on July 16, 1717.

 

I also show a John b. October 08, 1712 to be the son of Simon and Elizabeth Canfield Pierce and he is also listed in his father's will.I believe this is a different John and not the one who married Francis Patience Sanford or Catherine Thomas.††

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The manuscript by Glenna L. Deal, 1989, lists the following children for John Luttrell:

 

By Catherine Thomas:

John b. Abt. 1740

James b. Abt. 1742

 

By Frances Patience Sanford:

 

Hugh b. Abt. 1746

Thomas b. Abt. 1748

William b. Abt. 1750

 

There is no mention of Richard or Elizabeth

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Children of John Luttrell and Catherine Thomas are:

+††† 144†††††††† i.†† Colonel John11 Luttrell III, born 1733 in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died February 1782 in Orange County, North Carolina.

††††† 145††††††† ii.†† James Luttrell, born 1734 in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died 1769 - 1775 in North Carolina.He never married.136.James Luttrell resided between 1768 - 1769, in Granville County, North Carolina. 136

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Children of John Luttrell and Francis Sanford are:

+††† 146†††††††† i.†† Richard11 Luttrell, Sr., born 1735 in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died November 11, 1790 in Westmoreland County, Virginia (or 1800 in Amherst County, Virginia).

††††† 147††††††† ii.†† Thomas Luttrell, born 1748 in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died before June 1780 in Kentucky (killed by Indians).

 

Source:Manuscript compiled by Glenna L. Deal, 1989.

Thomas b. ca. 1748; d. before June 1780, probably in Kentucky, living in Kentucky 25 Nov 1777.Unmarried.Mentioned as grandson in will of Thomas Sanford 1770, Westmoreland County, Virginia.

 

Westmoreland County, Virginia Wills, 1654-1800

Source:Lineages, Inc., comp. Westmoreland County, Virginia Wills, 1654-1800. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Records transcribed from LDS Family History Library microfilm copies of wills for this locality.

"Sanford, Thomas, dated 24 May 1767; proved 27 Nov. 1770. 150 acres of land to grand son Thomas son of Youell and Eliz. Sanford; grand son Thomas Luttrell; son Thomas exr.; wife Margaret residue of estate which at her death goes to my children and grand son Thomas Luttrell."

 

Original wills may be found at the Westmoreland County Archives, P.O. Box 467, Montrose, VA 22520. For more information, see also the Family History Library Catalog (FHLC) for FHL #34267-34278.

 

More About Thomas Luttrell:

Cause of Death: Killed by Indians.

Residence: November 25, 1777, Kentucky

 

+††† 148†††††† iii.†† Elizabeth Luttrell, born circa 1750 in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died before 1823 in Knox County, Tennessee.

+††† 149†††††† iv.†† William Luttrell, born 1750 in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died July - August 1815 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.

+††† 150††††††† v.†† Hugh Luttrell, born circa 1752 in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died before 1799.

 

 

†††† 84.Richard10 Luttrell (John9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born July 22, 1719 in St. Stephens Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia137, and died April 24, 1781 - February 13, 1786 in St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia138,139,140.He married Mary Ann Rice 1746 - 1747 in most probably Richmond County, Virginia.She was born December 14, 1731141, and died 1795 in Northumberland County, Virginia142,143,144,145.

 

Source:St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia Will - Richard Litrel (Luttrell), dated:April 24, 1781, Probated:February 13, 1786

WILL OF RICHARD LITREL 1786

(Luttrell)

In the name of God Amend, I Richard LITREL, of St. Stephen's Parish and County of Northumberland, being sick and weak but in prefect mind and memory thanks be to almighty God for it, calling into mind the mortality of my body, do and ordain this my Last Will and Testament and first I bequeath my soul to God who gave it me and my body to buried in decent Christian burial at the discretion of my Executors who I shall hereafter name - nothing doubting but that I shall receive the same at the general resurrection at the last day through the mighty power of God and as touching such worldly goods as it hath pleased God to bless me with I give and devise in the following manner and form Viz.

 

Item - I give and bequeath to my son Moses LITREL, the brack of land I bought of William BAYLIS, to him and his heirs forever.

 

Item - I give and bequeath to my son Richard LITREL, the plantation whereon I now live to him and his heirs forever and if my son Richard LITREL, should die without heirs then it is my desire it should fall to my son John LITREL, and his heirs forever.

 

Item - I give and bequeath to my son John LITREL, my still, also my gray horse Darby, also my best feather bed and furniture, also my gun to him and his heirs forever, and if my son John LITREL, should die without heir it is my desire all the above Richard LITREL, and his heirs forever.

 

Item - I give and bequeath to my loving wife Ann LITREL, my sorrel mare Fly, also my new pine chest.

 

Item - I give and bequeath all the remaining part of my estate be it of what nature soever not already given to be equally divided immediately after my decease between my son John LITREL, and my daughter Mary WARRICK HEADLEYS, children and my daughter Rebecah WILLIAMS, children.

 

Item - I give and bequeath to my daughter Mary WARRICK HEADLEY, one shilling sterling.

 

Item - I give to my daughter Rebecah WILLIAMS, one shilling sterling.

 

Lastly; I nominate and appoint my two sons Richard LITREL and John LITREL, Executors of this my Last Will and Testament ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my Last Will and Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty forth day of April, 1781.

 

Signed, Sealed and delivered by the said Richard LITREL, as his Last Will and Testament in presence of us who in Richard LITREL, his presence and in the presence of each other have; His X mark Subscribed our names.

Thos. COELMAN (Coleman), William RICE, SR., John SMITH.

 

At Court held for Northumberland County the 13th day of February, 1786. This Last Will and Testament of Richard LUTTRELL, dec's, was presented in Court by John LUTTRELL, one of the Executors therein named who made oath thereto according to law and the same was proved by the oaths of Thomas COELMAN and John SMITH, two of the witnesses thereto and security a certificate is granted him for obtaining probate thereof in due form Ann LUTTRELL, the widow of the said dec'd having recented thereto.

 

More About Richard Luttrell:

Will: April 04, 1781, Proved February 13, 1786 in Northumberland County, Virginia

 

Notes for Mary Ann Rice:

Source:Northumberland County, Virginia Will - Ann Littrell (Rice), Dated: January 10, 1794, Probated:April 14, 1795

WILL OF ANN LITTRELL 1795

(Luttrell)

In the name of God Amen. I Ann LITTRELL; of the County of Northumberland being sick and weak of body but of perfect sense and memory, I thank God for the same do make and ordain this to be my last Will and Testament, in manner and form as followth. First I give and bequeath my soul to God my maker to dispose of at his blessed will and pleasure and my body to be decently buried; and for my worldly goods which it hath pleased to my brother John RICE, the bed and furniture that was left to me by my father and my largest iron pot and hooks to him and his heirs for ever.

 

Item - I give to Susanah HILL, my best calico gound and black handkerchief..

 

Item - I give to my two sisters Winneyfred WAY, and Sarahan RICE, the remainder part of my cloths to be equally divided between them.

 

Item - I give my side saddle to my sister Sarahan RICE.

 

Item - I give to my sister Winneyfred WAY, my pine chest.

 

Item - I give to Susanah HILL, my box iron and heters.

 

Item - I give to brother Isaac RICE, my large puter dish.

 

It is my will and desire that after my just debts are paid that all the remainder part of my estate that is not already given to be equally divided amongst all my brothers and sisters namely; Isaac RICE, John RICE, Winnyfred WAY, Sarahan RICE, to them and their heirs lawfully begotten of their body and if either of them should die without lawful heirs begotten of their body it is my will and desire that their part be equally divided between the surviving brothers and sisters and their heirs. Lastly I do nominate and appoint my two brothers Isaac RICE and John RICE to be my whole and sole Executors of this my last will and testament revoking and denying all other will or wills heretofore made by me or any other. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 10th day of January, 1794.

 

George LAMKIN her

George RICE

Anne X LITTRELL

Mark

 

At a court of monthly session continued and held for Northumberland County at the Courthouse on Tuesday the 14th day of April, 1795. This last will and testament of Ann LITTRELL, dec'd was this day proved in open court by the oaths of George LAMKIN and George RICE the witnesses thereto, and is ordered to be recorded. And on the motion of Isaac RICE and John RICE the Executors therein named a certificate is granted them for obtaining a probate thereof in due form, they having taken the oath of executors and together with James HUDNALL their security entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of one hundred pounds, conditioned as the law directs.

 

Teste:

 

Gatesby Jones CLK

Truly recorded

Teste:

Tho. Pollard

 

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Children of Richard Luttrell and Mary Rice are:

+††† 151†††††††† i.†† Moses11 Luttrell, born September 24, 1747 in Richmond County, Virginia; died February 08, 1796 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.

††††† 152††††††† ii.†† Judith Luttrell, born December 22, 1751 in Richmond County, Virginia146,147.Judith was not listed in her father's will.

+††† 153†††††† iii.†† Mary Warrick Luttrell, born August 27, 1753 in Richmond County, Virginia.

+††† 154†††††† iv.†† Richard Luttrell, born December 02, 1755 in Richmond County, Virginia; died 1803 in St. Stephen's Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia.

+††† 155††††††† v.†† John Luttrell, born October 28, 1757 in Richmond County, Virginia.

+††† 156†††††† vi.†† Rebecca Luttrell, born October 24, 1759; died August 10, 1843 in Montgomery County, Kentucky.

 

 

†††† 86.William10 Luttrell (John9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)148 was born 1723, and died January - April 1795.He married Elizabeth.She died Unknown.

 

Notes for William Luttrell:

1795 Inventory of Estate at sister, Ann Moore's house.Will Book #9, 1794-1822, Page 27-28, Inventory and Appraisal recorded 1 June 1795, Richmond County, Virginia.

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Children of William Luttrell and Elizabeth are:

††††† 157†††††††† i.†† John Heartley11 Luttrell148, born April 27, 1769 in Richmond County, Virginia149.

††††† 158††††††† ii.†† Winifred Luttrell150, born February 14, 1771 in Richmond County, Virginia151.

 

 

†††† 93.Henry10 Luttrell (Thomas9, Simon8, Thomas7, Simon6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)152 was born 1654 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland153, and died November 02, 1717 in Dublin, Ireland (Have also seen October 22, 1717)154.He married Elizabeth Jones155 October 1704 in Ireland.She was born circa 1665 in Halkin, County Flint, Ireland, and died 1723.

 

Colonel Simon Luttrell's confiscated estates and possessions went to his brother, Colonel Henry Luttrell, whose life, both public and private, brought his family into great disrepute.Colonel Henry Luttrell appears to have passed his early life in France, where in 1684 we find him taking part in a quarrel, resulting in no less than three duels, in which he was wounded, and another of the combatants, Lord Purbecke, was killed. (1)

 

When James II appealed to the Irish people to support his cause against the Prince of Orange, Simon and Henry Luttrell came back from France with the avowed object of fighting on the Jacobite side. They raised between them five squadrons of cavalry, and each of them obtained command of a regiment in the royal service. In the parliament of 1689 Simon Luttrell sat as one of the members for the County of Dublin, and Henry Luttrell sat as member for the County of Carlow.Macaylay says; of Henry Luttrell that he "brought back to Ireland a sharpened intellect and polished manners, a flattering tongue, some skill in war, and much more skill in intrigue." It certainly appears evident, from his subsequent conduct, that the younger of these two brothers was a thoroughly unscrupulous man. (3)

 

At first his efforts for James II., in whose army he commanded a troop of horses, are said to have been whole hearted, but with that monarch's falling fortunes his skill in intrigue began to assert itself.At Aughrim his defection is said to have contributed to the defeat of James' army, and during the siege of Limerick he was discovered in correspondence with the besiegers, and is said to have been condemned to be shot. (1)

 

He was discovered in a attempt to betray his fellow countrymen to the Williamite General, and to his treachery we may fairly attribute some of the disasters that befell the Irish troops, in the closing of the campaign. He was tried on a charge of treasonable conspiracy and convicted, but he escaped the punishment due to his crime. (3)

 

On the surrender of Limerick he went over openly to King William, and was active in inducing Irish soldiers to join the winning side or to enlist in foreign service. Besides his ancestral estates a pension is said to have been given him. (1)From the time of the treaty of Limerick all communication between the two brothers, Simon and Henry appeared to have ceased. (3)

 

Simon Luttrell left Ireland before the treaty of Limerick was signed; and we find his name mentioned as "one of the officers belonging to the regiments of the Irish army beyond the seas," who were offered pardon and the restoration of their estates on condition of taking the oath of allegiance and returning to Ireland "within the space of eight months." He did not think fit to avail himself of this stipulation in the treaty, rightly suspecting, no doubt, that it would not be honorably adhered to; and his brother Henry easily induced Ginkell, the Williamite commander, to put him in possession of the mansion and demesne of Luttrellstown at the expiration of the period affixed in the articles for the exile's return.To show his loyalty, Henry Luttrell raised a splendid regiment of horses, which he enrolled in the service of King William. After this, he was frequently employed as a Government agent. (3) When the war of the Spanish succession broke out, Henry was, through the influence of William III, appointed the major-general in the Dutch army in 1702, with a regiment, and nominated to command on a military enterprise of importance, but at the death of King William he retired to his seat at Luttrellstown, Ireland where he chiefly resided, until his death. (2)

 

While in Luttrellstown, he did not behave well with regard to the jointure to which his brother's widow was entitled.A letter from him written in 1699 to a Minister of State is still extant, in which, after mentioning that his sister-in-law had come to England, he begs that steps may be taken to prevent her going into Ireland, and that in case she should give him trouble by her attorney he may be permitted to put in force the Act of Attainder against her. (1)

 

Henry Luttrell cherished great feelings of malignant animosity against his brother's widow, and in the month of June, 1699 he wrote to the Lord Lieutenant to warn the government that she had returned to Ireland, by means of an old pass given to her by Lord Romney.He begged of the viceroy that he might have permission "to make use of the outlawry against her, in case she should give him trouble by an attorney." He was evidently afraid that she would attempt to bring a suit for the recovery of Luttrellstown. Henry added; "she is a very intriguing woman and it was thought when she went for (sic) France that she went on a very intriguing message. I hard my Lord Romney repent mightily giving her a pass, and I need not tell you lordship that there will be nothing left undone by the Jacobites here to perplex me in this affair." Simon Luttrell, had married Catherine Newcemen in August 1672, her father was Sir Thomas Newcemen. (3)

 

Subsequently she was enabled to take legal proceedings against him, and in a statement of her case by her second husband, Thomas Amory, there were allegations of conduct on the part of her brother-in-law not at all to his credit. (1)

 

During this time, Colonel Henry Luttrell seems still to have professed to be a Roman Catholic, and a quarrel between him and Lady Eustace, a sister of Colonel Simon Luttrell's wife, is said, by Archbishop King writing in 1699, to have created two very furious parties amongst Roman Catholics. (1)

 

Intrigue on his part was not confined to public affairs, and whether the assassin to whom his death was due was actuated by political or private motives is open to doubt, although the Irish parliament and the publisher of an elegy on his death attributed his murder to the former. (1)

 

On October 22, 1717, Henry Luttrell was fired at and mortally wounded while he was sitting in a hackney chair in which he was returning from Lucas' coffee house on Cork Hill to his town residence on Stafford Street, between the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock at night.A reward of 300 pounds, afterward increased to 1,000 pounds, was offered by the government for the arrest and conviction of his murderer.Although two persons were arrested, the assassin was never found. (1) (3)

 

We see a different death date given in Life In Old Dublin by James Collins, however, the bulk of the story remains the same.The fate of Luttrell, the traitor, is thus recorded in O'Callaghan's "History of the Irish Brigades":- "After King William's decease Henry Luttrell retired to Luttrellstown, and mostly resided there till November 2nd, 1717, when, being waylaid between 10 and 11 o'clock at night in Dublin, as he was proceeding from Lucas's Coffee House, situated where the City Hall now stands, to his town house in Stafford Street, he was fired at and mortally wounded in his sedan chair. He lingered until next day, and then died, in the 63rd year of his age.(5)

 

Two days after, a proclamation was issued by the Duke of Bedford, Lord Lieutenant, stating that on Tuesday, etc., 'between the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock at night, a tall man, with long, lank hair, in a short, light-coloured coat, did, in Stafford Street, in the City of Dublin, in a most barbarous and inhuman manner, murther and assassinate Colonel Henry Luttrell as he was going in a hackney chair from a coffee house on Cork Hill to his own house in Stafford Street aforesaid, by firing a pistol or gun loden with ball into the said chair, and thereby so dangerously wounding the said Henry Luttrell that he has since died of his said wounds; and that the said assassin found means of escape, and the authors and contrivers of such an horrid murther were still undiscovered Ö and we hereby give the necessary orders for the payment of the sum of £300 to such person or persons as shall discover,: take, or apprehend the person who fired the said pistol.'(5)

 

This reward not succeeding, as a further inducement the then Irish House of Commons authorised a further reward of £1,000 for the capture of the person who shot Luttrell. Some arrests on suspicion took place, but nothing of more consequence was the result of the efforts of the authorities. The memory of Colonel Henry Luttrell was held up after his death to national hatred in the following epigram, cited by Hardiman, and unsurpassed for comprehensive bitterness.(5)

 

"If HEAV'N be pleased when mortals cease to sin,

And HELL be pleased when villains enter in,

If EARTH be pleas'd when it entombs a knave,

ALL must be pleased - now Luttrell's in his grave."

 

"Towards the end of the 17th century it is said that Henry Luttrell's tomb, near Luttrellstown, was broken open at night by some of the peasantry of the neighbourhood, and his skull taken out and smashed with a pickaxe by a labourer named Carty, who was afterwards hanged for being concerned in the plan to cut off Lord Carhampton in 1797, on his way to Luttrellstown, as a character not less detested living than his grandfather dead." (5)

 

Colonel Henry Luttrell had married late in life a Welsh lady, Elizabeth, daughter of Charles Jones, of Halkin, in Flintshire, and granddaughter of Sir Simon Clarke, a friend of Dugdale the historian. He left two sons, Robert and Simon. (1)

 

In a will made on his deathbed, for he survived the fatal shot a few hours, he committed the care of his sons to his widow and Lord Cadogan, Lord Gowran, and Sir William Strickland, and mentions an unmarried sister, a married sister Mrs. Slingsby (A stone at the east end of Clonsilla Church bears this inscription -"I.H.S. This Stone & Burial Place belong to Mr. Simon Slingsby of the City of Dublin Merchant & his Posterity. Here lieth the Body of the above Simon Slingsby who departed this life the 29 of December 1747 aged 57. Here also lyeth the Body of his Mother Alice Slingsby alias Finglas who departed this life December the 19th 1717 aged 70. Here also lieth the Body of his Father Francis Slingsby Esq. who departed this life February the 9th 1719 aged 71." Colonel Henry Luttrell mentions in his will, besides his sister Mrs. Slingsby (who apparently had been previously married to a Mr. Finglas, and only survived her brother two mouths), his nephew Simon Slingsby.), and a niece Mrs. Delamar. He appears to have died a Protestant, and his sons were educated in England in that faith. The eldest, Robert, went to travel abroad in 1727, and owing to his premature death a short time afterwards, the second, Simon, succeeded to the estates of the Luttrell family. (1)

 

The hatred felt towards them in Ireland is shown by legends which linger round a place at Luttrellstown called the Devil's Mill. According to some of these the name commemorates a mill which was erected by Satanic agency for Colonel Henry Luttrell, who invoked the aid of Satan, but by outwitting him was successful in escaping with his life; while another legend attributes the name to the opposition offered by Satan to the erection of a mill in the place. (1)

 

In 1790, a nephew of the unhappy man, whose life had thus paid the forfeit of his treachery, was tried for willful perjury against two persons whom the enterprising youth had falsely accused of the murder. For this offense the young man was condemned in the pillory, to have his ears cut off and to be imprisoned for eight months. The real murder was, as it has been suggested, some "enthusiast who sought to avenge the wrongs of his country in the blood of a traitor." (3)

 

From Colonel Henry Luttrell's time a cloud of evil tradition and unpopularity has hung over the Luttrells, and probably the frailties of no family have ever been more fully chronicled than those of the Luttrells in the eighteenth century. (1)

 

This arose not only from the detestation in which Colonel Henry Luttrell's memory was held by the Jacobites, but also from the famous contest between his grandson and Wilkes for the representation of Middlesex, which brought the family under the lash of the terrible author of the Letters of Junius. (1)

 

The part taken by Colonel Henry Luttrell's grandson, the second Lord Carhampton, in suppressing the rebellion of 1798, occasioned a fresh outbreak of hostility against the family, and it is said that at that time the grave of Colonel Henry Luttrell in Clonsilla Churchyard was opened and his skull smashed with a pickaxe. (1)

 

Henry Luttrell, whose tragic fate was so strongly suggestive, left two sons, Robert and Simon Luttrell, one of whom subsequently became Lord Carhampton. The infamous career of Henry Lewis, second Lord Carhampton, has made the subject of an interesting sketch in Mr. Fitzpatrick's "Ireland Before the Union." The only thing which need be mentioned here is that, exactly eighty years after Henry Luttrell's assassination, Lord Carhampton was also murdered under somewhat similar circumstances. (3)

 

His son, Simon Lutrell, second, married Maria, daughter of Sir Nicholas Lawes, and was raised to the Irish Peerage first as Baron Irnham, later as Viscount Carhamon, later still as Earl of Carhamon or Carhampton. He named his son, Henry Lawes Luttrell, who is accepted as the greatest Luttrell in Brittain's history. He left no children, however, to succeed to the title which went therefore to his brother, John Luttrell.A sister of these two Luttrells was Anne Luttrell, who married the Duke of Cumberland, brother to King George III. John Luttrell, third Earl of Carhampton, died in 1829, without children, and the title became extinct. (4)

 

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(1)Ball, Francis Elrington, "A History of the County Dublin", in six volumes (1902-1920).Covers the people, parishes and antiquities from the earliest times to the close of the eighteenth century.

Online Source: http://www.chaptersofdublin.com/books/ball1-6/balllist.htm

 

(2)"Genealogical History of the Dormant, Abegant, Forfeited, and Ertinct Peerages of the British Empire", by Sir Bernard Burke, C.B. LL.D., Ulster King of Arms.London and BaltimoreBurke's Peerage/Genealogical Publishing Co.

 

(3) Passage from the "History Of A Noted Irish Family", published in a magazine in Ireland called "The Shamrock", page 811 and 812, mailed to Elston Luttrell on April 1895, by William Luttrell of Cappakeel, New Inn, Monastarevan, Queens County, Ireland.

Online Source:http://members.iquest.net/~lkellems/lt/html/rarch_ireland.html

 

(4) "Notable Southern Families", Volumes I-II. Richmond, VA: n.p., 1918

 

(5) Collin, James, "Life In Old Dublin", Chapter 5, published in 1913 by James Duffy and Co. Ltd., 38 Westmoreland Street.

 

For more information on Luttrellstown Castle, visit:

http://www.golfingireland.com/luttrelstownc.html

 

England, Scotland, Ireland: Musgrave's Obituaries Prior to 1800, parts 3 & 4

Obituary Prior to 1800 (as far as Relates to England, Scotland, and Ireland), Compiled by Sir William Musgrave, 6th Bart., of Hayton Castle, Co. Cumberland, and Entitled by Him "A General Nomenclator and Obituary, with Referrence to the Books Where the Persons are Mentioned, and Where Some Account of Their Character is to be Found."

County: General

Country: England

Luttrell, Henry (Capt.), killed. 22 Oct 1717. (P.S. 14, 339; H.R.C. 42.)

 

More About Henry Luttrell:

Burial: Unknown, Clonsilla Church Cemetery

Cause of Death: Assassinated in the City of Dublin, Ireland

Military service: 1702, Appointed Major-General in the Dutch Army

 

Notes for Elizabeth Jones:

I have also seen listed that Simon married Elizabeth Halkin of Flintshire, not sure which is correct.

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Children of Henry Luttrell and Elizabeth Jones are:

††††† 159†††††††† i.†† Robert11 Luttrell.

+††† 160††††††† ii.†† 1st Earl of Carhampton Simon Luttrell, born 1713; died January 14, 1787.

 

 

†††† 94.Robert10 Luttrell (Thomas9, Simon8, Thomas7, Simon6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born 1645 - 1655 in Luttrellstown, Dublin, Ireland, and died Unknown in Prince William County, Virginia (most probably).He married Anne Preston circa 1680 in Dublin, Ireland (or in 1667), daughter of 6th Viscount Gormanston Nicholas Preston.She was born circa 1659 in Dublin, Ireland (or born after 1620), and died Unknown.Robert Luttrell married his cousin in Dublin, Ireland.

 

This line being researched by Juanita L. Berrian, E-mail jberriansac@verio.net and Marcine Lohman, E-mail marcinelohman@comcast.net.

 

More About Anne Preston:

Religion: Roman Catholic

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Children of Robert Luttrell and Anne Preston are:

+††† 161†††††††† i.†† Simon11 Luttrell I, born circa 1682 in Stafford County, Virginia; died before September 25, 1723 in Washington Parish, Westmoreland County, Virginia.

††††† 162††††††† ii.†† Thomas Luttrell, born circa 1683 in Stafford County, Virginia; died Unknown in Jamaica, Caribbean (in search of health).

 

 

Generation No. 11

 

†††† 96.Leroy11 Luttrell (James10, James9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born circa 1760 in Richmond County, Virginia156,157,158, and died 1838.He married Betsey H. Pope June 24, 1795 in Richmond County, Virginia159,160.She was born before 1777161, and died before 1820 in Richmond County, Virginia162.

 

1820 Richmond, Virginia; Roll: M33_133; Page: 228; Image: 265.

Leroy Lutrell

Males:1 age 16-26 (born 1794-1804); 1 age 45 & over (born before 1775).

Females:2 age 10-16 (born 1804-1810); 2 age 16-26 (born 1794-1804).

 

1830 Richmond, Virginia; Roll: 194; Page: 90.

Leroy Luttrell

Males:1 under age 5 (born 1825-1830); 1 age 20-30 (born 1800-1810); 1 age 70-80 (born 1750-1760).

Females:3 age 20-30 (born 1800-1810).

 

More About Leroy Luttrell:

Will: December 23, 1815, Proved December 3, 1838, County unknown163

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Children of Leroy Luttrell and Betsey Pope are:

††††† 163†††††††† i.†† Elizabeth "Betsy" Pope12 Luttrell, born March 06, 1796 in Richmond County, Virginia.She married Thomas A. Richardson January 10, 1821 in Richmond County, Virginia164,165; born in Northumberland County, Virginia.

††††† 164††††††† ii.†† James L. Luttrell, born September 24, 1797 in Richmond County, Virginia.James L. Luttrell was not listed in his father's will.

+††† 165†††††† iii.†† John Pope Luttrell, born January 18, 1800 in Richmond County, Virginia; died before 1860 in Virginia.

††††† 166†††††† iv.†† Fanny G. Luttrell166, born January 31, 1802 in Richmond County, Virginia167.She married William Bell January 17, 1842168.

††††† 167††††††† v.†† Nancy M. Luttrell168, born February 21, 1804 in Richmond County, Virginia169.She married Francis Rock February 10, 1827170.

††††† 168†††††† vi.†† Polly M. Luttrell170, born July 19, 1806 in Richmond County, Virginia171.She married Vincent Rice December 03, 1823 in Northumberland County, Virginia172.

 

 

†††† 107.Lydia11 Luttrell (Michael10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)173 was born 1742 in Fauquier County, Virginia, and died 1810.She married Robert Luttrell174 in Fauquier County, Virginia, son of Richard Luttrell and Mary Dermont.He was born 1738 in Fauquier County, Virginia, and died 1812 in Prince William County, Virginia.

 

Source:Northern Neck Grants Book A (1722-1726)

A2-197T.W.4349=5 June 1806 Robert Luttrell 10A. 1 Ro. (6 June 1807) in Pr. William Co. adj. Bayles Renoe, said Luttrell.6 Mar 1809.

 

Robert Luttrell is listed on the 1770 and 1777 Fauquier County, Virginia Rent Rolls.

 

Source:Allied families of Read, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters, by A.M. Prichard, Staunton, Virginia 1930.

Page 206

Reference has already been made to a deed of 22 May 1778, from Samuel Luttrell "of Leeds parish," Fauquire Col, Va., to his brother, Robert Luttrell, for 70 acres of the 350 acres of land granted to their father, Richard Luttrell, by the Proprietors of the Northern Neck, by deed of 12 Mar. 1722.By deed of 1 Sept. 1797, recorded in Fauquire deed book 13, page 467, Robert Luttrell and Lydia, his wife, conveyed the foregoing land to Sylvanus Waller.Another deed of 14 Nov. 1777 from Benjamin Neale to Robert Luttrell conveyed 80 acres part of 240 acres granted to John Crump by the Proprietors.This was doubtless the same land devised by the will of Richard Luttrell to his daughter Anstiss who appears to have married Benjamin Neale.By deed of 19 Nov. 1799, Robert Luttrell conveyed unto John Fox the land devised to him by his father's will.

 

1810 Prince William, Virginia; Roll: 70; Page: 284; Image: 534.00.

Robert Luttrell

Males:1 under age 10 (born 1800-1810); 1 age 16-25 (born 1785-1794); 1 age 45 & over (born before 1765).

Females:2 age 10-15 (born 1795-1800); 2 age 26-44 (born 1766-1784).

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Children are listed above under (77) Robert Luttrell.

 

†††† 109.Nathaniel11 Luttrell, Sr. (Michael10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)175 was born October 1747 in Fauquier County, Virginia176,177,178, and died June 15, 1840 in Hardeman County, Tennessee179.He married Nancy Sarah Shelton circa 1781 in Fauquier County, Virginia (suspected), daughter of James Shelton and Susanna (Vardiman?).She was born 1760 - 1770 in Virginia180,181, and died after 1830 in Arkansas or Tennessee.

 

Information received from Alma Wiles:

 

July 3, 1837:Application for Revolutionary War Pension - Weakly County, Tennessee. Claimed to be 90 years of age at this time.Entered service in 1780 as a private.Resided in Fauquier County, Virginia.Jeremiah Shelton, witness to application.Nathan's Estate sale as of July 4, 1840, listed only 5 children.Name in book Pioneers and makers of Ark. page 115.Moved to Lincoln Co. Tn 1808-09 Fauquire Co. VA, erected from Prince William Co., VA May 1, 1759.Lincoln Co., VA, erected by ACT of the Legislature in 1809.Stafford Co., VA, erected fromWestmoreland Co.1664.Prince William County, embracing parts of Stafford and King George Co. March 1731.

 

See facts:

1837- Weatley County, Tennessee, applied for pension

1840- Estate Sale, July 4, 1840; 5 children named

1840- died between July 14, & Sept. 10, 1840 Hardeman County, Tennessee

1820- Census list Lincoln County, Tennessee

1- M. over 45 years;Nathan SR.

2- M. 10 to 16 years; Colbert and Bluford

1- M. 18 to 26 years; Charles

1- F. over 45 years; Wife Sarah or Nancy

1- F. 16 to 26 years; Sarah

 

Nathan does not show up in 1792-1794 in Patrick County Virginia as paying taxes although his brothers, Richard, Rodham, Michael, Lott and John Littrell do.

 

LITTRELL, NATHAN:1800 Lincoln County, Kentucky Tax List (Also listed are Lott, Rodham and Abner).

 

22 February 1799, chainman on a survey for 133 acres of land, surveyed for Rodham Luttrell, Lincoln County, Kentucky.

 

23 Feb 1799, chainman on a survey for 200 acres of land, surveyed for Lot Luttrell, Lincoln County, Kentucky (M. Luttrell also a Chainman, which may be Michael).

 

1 September 1816, Nathan named on deed of James Shelton, Sr.,- Lincoln County, Tennessee.Recorded November 1816.

 

29 January 1825, Nathan Littrell, of Jackson County, Alabama, deed to Joseph Vines, 30 acres in Lincoln County, Tennessee.Land was surveyed by James Bright, C.S.,30 July 1813.This property was located "southeast corner of a 205 acre tract laid off for the use of schools iand in the west boundary of a 640 acre tract granted to Andrew Shutz (Street)" in 1811.†† Recorded Lincoln County, Tennessee 5 July 1825.

 

1830 - Nathan is shown on the census of Lawrence County, Arkansas.Also 1830 Tax list for Lawrence County, Arkansas.

(1830 Lawrence County, Arkansas Territory Census; Roll: 5; Page: 2.:Males:2 under age 5; 1 age 70-80.Females:1 age 5-10; 1 age 20-30; 1 age 60-70.)

 

Oct 1834, Nathan Luttrells track, south boundary of, - mentioned in deed:Zachariah Arnold to Thomas Luttrell - Lincoln County, Tennessee 1834.

 

4 July 1840, Inventory of the estate of Nathan Lutterell - Hardeman County, Tennessee.Must have died in early months of 1840.Not on 1840 Hardeman County Census records.

 

1820 Lincoln County, Tennessee; Roll: M33_123; Page: 298; Image: 112.

Nathan Luttrell

Males:2 age 10-16 (born 1804-1810)(Colbert & Bluford); 1 age 16-26 (born 1794-1804) (Charles); 1 age 45 & over (born before 1775) (Nathan, Sr.).

Females:1 age 16-26 (born 1794-1804) (Sarah); 1 age 45 & over (born before 1775) (Wife Sarah or Nancy).

[Marcine's Note:There is a Nathan Littrell in the 1800 Lincoln County, Kentucky Tax List as well]

 

1830 Lawrence County, Arkansas Territory census; Roll: 5; Page: 2.

Nathan Luttrull, Sr.

Males:2 under age 5 (born 1825-1830); 1 age 70-80 (born 1750-1760).

Females:1 age 5-10 (born 1820-1825); 1 age 20-30 (born 1800-1810); 1 age 60-70 (born 1760-1780).

 

More About Nathaniel Luttrell, Sr.:

Burial: 1840, Luttrell Cemetery, Hardeman County, Tennessee

Military service: 1781, Revolutionary War-Fauquier County, VA # R6536

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Children of Nathaniel Luttrell and Nancy Shelton are:

+††† 169†††††††† i.†† Nathaniel12 Luttrell, Jr., born 1782 in Kentucky or Patrick County, Virginia (have also seen 1794); died March 1865 in Marion County, Illinois.

+††† 170††††††† ii.†† Rodham Luttrell I, born 1785 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died 1860 - 1870 in Russell County, Kentucky.

+††† 171†††††† iii.†† James Henderson Luttrell, Sr., born December 07, 1788 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died March 16, 1844 in Randolph County, Arkansas.

+††† 172†††††† iv.†† William Luttrell, born 1780 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died 1841 - 1850 in Tennessee/Arkansas.

††††† 173††††††† v.†† John Luttrell, born 1791 - 1792 in Fauquier County, Virginia or Kentucky182; died August 20, 1843 in Randolph County, Arkansas.He married Kezziah Bryant; born 1812 - 1841; died Unknown in Arkansas.

 

Notes for John Luttrell:

LUTTRELL, JOHN - AR 1832 Tax List, Lawrence County, Arkansas, Current River Township, Page 039.

LUTTRELL, JOHN - AR 1833 Tax List, Lawrence County, Arkansas, Current River Township, Page 014.

 

1830 Lawrence County, Arkansas Territory census; Roll: 5; Page: 3.

John Luttrell

Males:1 age 10-15 (born 1815-1820); 1 age 30-40 (born 1790-1800).

Females:2 under age 5 (born 1825-1830); 3 age 5-10 (born 1820-1825); 1 age 30-40 (born 1790-1800).

 

1840 Randolph County, Arkansas Census Record, Roll M704_20, Page 145.

John Luttrell

Males:1 age 5-10; 1 age 20-30; 1 age 40-50.

Females:1 age 20-30.

(On same page is his brother, James Luttrell)

 

More About John Luttrell:

Residence: 1830, Lawrence County, Arkansas (known as Randolph County, Arkansas after 1839)182

 

+††† 174†††††† vi.†† Shelton Luttrell, born May 12, 1795 in Casey County, Kentucky; died April 06, 1882 in Browning, Schuyler County, Illinois.

††††† 175††††† vii.†† Charles Luttrell, born 1797 in Kentucky (no records on him)183.

+††† 176†††† viii.†† Colbert J. Luttrell, born 1799 - 1800 in Lincoln County, Kentucky; died September 15, 1866 in Hardeman County, Tennessee.

††††† 177†††††† ix.†† Sarah Luttrell, born 1800 in Lincoln County, Tennessee183,184.She married (1) Reynolds.She married (2) Runnels.She married (3) John W. McReynolds August 03, 1848 in Roane County, Tennessee.Are these all actually one husband?

+††† 178††††††† x.†† Bluford Luttrell, born circa 1812 in Lincoln County, Tennessee; died March 24, 1891 in Miller County, Missouri.

 

 

†††† 110.Michael11 Luttrell, Jr. (Michael10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)185 was born October 1751 in Fauquier County, Virginia186, and died December 19, 1844 in Marion County, Illinois186.He married Susanna Ann Shelton before 1780 in Fauquier County, Virginia (suspected)187, daughter of James Shelton and Susanna (Vardiman?).She was born circa 1760 in Virginia, and died before 1830 in Marion County, Illinois188.

 

Notes for Michael Luttrell, Jr.:

Pension application - Virginia, S-32021 (or 532021).Revolutionary War Soldier, resided in Marion County, Illinois.

 

Witness on Deed:Francis Barrett to Rhoda Literal - Patrick County, Virginia.Recorded 9 January 1792.Brothers Michael and Lott, sold land in Patrick County, Virginia on 24 September 1794.John and Rodham also sold land at this time.

 

1770 LUTTRELL MICHL Fauquier County VA†† Rent Rolls

1777 LUTTRELL MICL Fauquier County VA†† Rental Rolls

 

Illinois: Army Service number 26230

From: Heroes of the Revolutionary War, by Earl DeWitt Littrell,Page 227-229

He was a private in the Company commanded by Col. Churchill in the Virginia line for Militia. $20.00

 

Michael Luttrell was born in Fauquier County, Virginia, in October. 1751.

The Luttrell families of Fauquier County and Michael's father, mother, brothers and sisters are described above, under Nathan Luttrell's story.

 

MICHAEL LUTTRELL IS CALLED TO THE ARMY:

Michael Luttrell was drafted to serve three months in the United States Army in February "before Cornwallis was taken", in 1781. He was in Captain George Shelton's Company in Colonel Billy Churchill's Regiment of Virginia Militia. This Regiment immediately marched to Williamsburg, Virginia. Their duty was to guard the sea coast. The purpose was to support General George Washington in his plan of battle against the British Army of Lord Cornwallis. A large British force landed about five miles from the Regiment's position. Colonel Billy Churchill received orders to retreat to Jamestown. They stayed there a short time and moved on to Richmond, Virginia. By then, Michael Luttrell had served about three weeks more than the three months draft. His time had expired. He was discharged and traveled home to Fauquier County, Virginia, and his family.

 

The same year, in the fall of 1781, Michael Luttrell was drafted for another three month duty with the United States Army. General Washington was getting his forces ready for the final blow against the British southern army of Lord Cornwallis.

 

Michael was drafted at Williamsburg, Virginia. He was in Captain Thomas Helm's Company of Major John Chun's Battallion. About three weeks later, General Washington's Army arrived. Michael Luttrell's unit marched to York with this Army. General Washington's strategy forced Lord Cornwallis to surrender his army at Yorktown on the 17th of October, 1781. So Michael was there, serving with the regular army, during the crucial days of battle preceding Lord Cornwallis' surrender. He knew General Wayne and General Greene, both of whom we have met in this history.

 

The entire British Army of Lord Cornwallis laid down arms. Each British soldier was a prisoner-of-war. Michael Luttrell and his unit marched to Bartlett Barracks, Pennsylvania. There they guarded about 500 enemy prisoners. At that time, Michael had served three months and thirteen days. He was again discharged. Michael Luttrell returned to Fauquier County and to his family.

 

MICHAEL LUTTRELL LEAVES FAUQUIER COUNTY:

Michael Luttrell, Sr., the father of Nathan, Michael and ten other children, died in 1777 or 1778. His will was recorded 16th March 1778 and probated 24th August 1778.Michael Luttrell, Jr., and five of his brothers and sisters left Fauquier County, Virginia and moved to Henry County, Virginia. Were there too many heirs or too little land?

On 18th May 1787, Michael Litrul appears on the tax rolls of Henry County, Virginia. Michael was charged with the tax. There were no males listed from 16 to 25 years of age. He was taxed for one horse and himself.

 

On 7th December 1787, Michael Littrell bought 80 acres of land for 20£ from John Preston.Nathan Littrell witnessed the deed.Michael Luttrell then moved from Henry County, Virginia to Green County, Kentucky.The 1800 census of Green County, Kentucky lists Michael Litral.Also appearing in the census were Richard, Jesse and John Littral.Michael Luttrell resided in Jackson County, Alabama, in 1822.When he moved there with his brother Nathan has not been determined.While there, his residence burned and his papers, including his army discharges, were destroyed.

 

Michael Luttrell moved to Marion County, Illinois, exact date not determined.In the 1830 census of Illinois, Michael Litrell is listed, his family at that time, shows: Males 1 age under 5; 1 age 20 to 30; 1 age 70 to 80. Females 1 under 5; 1 age 15 to 20.

 

Also in the 1830 Illinois census are: Thomas Litrell; Nathaniel Litrell; William Litrell and John Lutrell, in Marion County, Illinois. It seems that Thomas and William Litrell are Michael's sons. Lot Litterl, Michael's youngest brother, is shown, in Morgan County, Illinois, in 1830.

 

Michael Lutterell applied for revolutionary War pension on 24th March 1834. His application, number S32021 was approved, in the amount of $20.00 per annum. Beginning 4th March 1831. He received $70.00 in back pay for 1831 to 1834.

 

Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.3.

Notes from page 229:

Michael Luttrell died December 19, 1844, in Marion county, Illinois at age of 93 years, 2 months and ? days. He is buried in the Haddon Cemetery, near Iuka, Illinois. His surviving children were: Thomas, James, Alfred and William Lutterell and Nancy Matterly. Their places of residence are not definitely known but they made a affidavit in Marion County. His wife did not survive him. Her name is not given.

 

Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.3.

Notes from page 227:

Michael was about thirty years old and reported to have married a Miss Shelton.

 

Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Illinois, Author: Harriet J. Walker, Call Number: 6125, Page 89

MICHAEL LUTTRELL was born in Virginia, October, 1751, in Fauquier county. He served in 1781 under Capt. George Shelton and Col. William Churchill; again the same year with Capt. Thomas Helm and Major John Chun in the Virginia troops. He removed to Illinois, settling in Marion county, near Salem; later in iuka township. He died December 19, 1844, and was doubtless buried near Iuka. He was pensioned.

 

More About Michael Luttrell, Jr.:

Burial: Unknown, Hadden Cemetery, Iuka, Marion County, Illinois (Near Lawrenceville)189,190

Military service: 1781, Revolutionary War Soldier191,192

Residence: May 18, 1787, Henry County, Virginia193,193

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Children of Michael Luttrell and Susanna Shelton are:

††††† 179†††††††† i.†† William12 Luttrell, born in Kentucky.He married (1) Catharine Cole February 05, 1864 in Marion County, Illinois194.He married (2) Parthena Keele December 18, 1879 in Foxville, Marion County, Illinois195.

 

William Luttrell/Littrell lineage is being researched by Ray Littrell, littrells@webtv.net

 

††††† 180††††††† ii.†† James Luttrell, born 1775 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

††††† 181†††††† iii.†† Thomas Luttrell, born 1777 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

+††† 182†††††† iv.†† Jesse Littrell, born before 1780 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died March 17, 1840 in Lauderdale County, Alabama.

+††† 183††††††† v.†† Susanna/Susan Littrell, born 1785.

††††† 184†††††† vi.†† Nancy Luttrell, born 1793.She married a Mattingley.

††††† 185††††† vii.†† Michael Littrell III, born 1800.He married Elizabeth Shelton; died Unknown, buried in Marion County, Illinois.

 

 

†††† 112.Sarah (Sally)11 Luttrell (Michael10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)196 was born circa 1759 in Fauquier County, Virginia, and died 1786 in Fauquer County, Virginia.She married John Combs, Jr. circa 1773 in Fauquier County, Virginia, son of John Combs and Beth Bullitt.He was born 1744 - 1759 in Cherry Valley, Stafford County, Virginia, and died October 06, 1780 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

 

WILL OF JOHN COMBS, Jr. 1780

(ALIS LUTTRELL)

 

We ORIGINAL YOUNG and ENIS COMBS, did on the seventh of this instant attend JOHN COMBS, JR. in his sickness and at the request of the said JOHN COMBS, I the said ORIGINAL YOUNG, was desiered of by the said JOHN COMBS, to write his Will, and the said ENIS COMBS, present here appeared to be in his senses at the time, and desired this estate to be divided as followeth.That is to say, that all his lands to be equally divided between his two sons NIMROD COMBS alis LUTTRELL and JOHN COMBS, and all other his estate to be equally divided between his two sons and four daughters namely; NIMROD COMBS alis LUTTRELL, JOHN COMBS, HETHELAND COMBS alis LUTTRELL, BETTY COMBS, HELAND COMBS alis LUTTRELL and SARAH COMBS.The land to be so divided as NIMROD COMBS alis LUTTRELL, to have his one half so as he - to enjoy the dwelling house of the said deceased JOHN COMBS, and that his said wife SARAH COMBS, was by his request to enjoy all the land and negroes together with all other of his estate during her widowhood or life, and then to be divided as before mentioned.And that before I the said YOUNG, had wrote the said Will, the said JOHN COMBS got out of his senses and so died.Certified under our hands this 7th day of October, 1780.

Andthat it was also his desire that his wife Sarah together with JOSEPH COMBS and Enis should be executors to

his Will.†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Original YOUNG

 

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Enis COMBS

 

Fauquier County

 

I do hereby certify that ORIGINAL YOUNG and ENIS COMBS came personally before me, WILLIAM BLACKWELL, and made oath on the holy Evangelist to the above writing and who died on the

6th day of October, 1780.

 

W. BLACKWELL

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Children of Sarah Luttrell and John Combs are:

††††† 186†††††††† i.†† Hetheland12 Combs, born in Fauquier County, Virginia.

††††† 187††††††† ii.†† John Combs, born in Fauquier County, Virginia.

††††† 188†††††† iii.†† Heland Combs, born 1773 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

††††† 189†††††† iv.†† Betty Combs, born circa 1775 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died May 14, 1840 in Grant County, Kentucky.

††††† 190††††††† v.†† Nimrod Combs, born circa 1775 in Fauquier County, Virginia.He married Betsy Kenner Markham November 12, 1791 in Fauquier County, Virginia197.

††††† 191†††††† vi.†† Sarah Combs, born circa 1775 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

 

 

†††† 113.Richard C.11 Luttrell (Michael10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)198 was born before 1760 in Fauquier County, Virginia, and died August 21, 1815 in Adair County, Kentucky199.He married (1) Unknown200.She died before 1800.He married (2) Debra Frances Heflin201 March 29, 1800 in Fauquier County, Virginia202,203, daughter of William Martin Hefling, Sr.She was born 1778 in Virginia, and died November 08, 1852 in Russell County, Kentucky204.

 

This line being researched by Beverly Overman, Gurley, Alabama 35748, e-mail:mbover@nehp.ne

 

1810 Adair County Kentucky Census, RollM252_5, Page 10 , Image 12.

Rich'd. Littrel

Males:1 under age 10 (born 1800-1810); 2 age 16-26 (born 1784-1794); 1 age 45 & upwards (born 1765 or earlier)

Females:2 age 10-16 (born 1794-1800); 1 age 16-26 (born 1784-1794); 1 age 26-45 (born 1765-1784).

 

Page 171 - Inventory of Richard Luttrell, dec'd., by James Cason, Charles Jenkins, Wm. Goode. Aug. 21, 1815.

Page 210 - Aug. 25, 1815. Sale of the personal property of Richard Luttrell, dec'd. Buyers: Thomas Luttrell (bought many things), Michael Dillingham, Frances Petree, Nancy Luttrell (many things), John Luttrell (Richard's brother?), Lot Luttrell, Wm. Sutherland, Wm. Smith, Polly Luttrell, John Thomas Administrators - Nancy Luttrell and Thomas Luttrell.

Note owing estate - Richard Luttrell note to Thomas Luttell $83.34

We the undersigned heirs of the aforementioned deceased, Richard Luttrell, acknowledge the settlement to be just and true. Aug. 29, 1815.

Nancy Luttrell, Adms. (No signatures)

The widows dower was laid off by the consent of all legatees of lawful age, Aug. 25, 1815.

Adair County Court, Sept. Term, 1816

from Adair County, Kentucky Will Book B

 

Notes for Debra Frances Heflin:

WILL OF WILLIAM HEFFLING SR.

Born Stafford County, VA 1740

Died Fauquier County, VA 1803

Researched by Phyllis Ann Heflin Farmer

4795 Wentz Road, Manchester MD 21102

e-mail: hfarmer@ccpl.carr.org

Will was proven on 25 Mar 1807 and names children William, Nancy, Margaret, Darkey, Milly, Polly, and Anna.

 

Also, Fauquier Lease #229 dated 13 Nov 1792.

 

The following Administration Account was dated 26th May 1807.

The distribution of the estate by Elijah Arnold acting Executor was for equal portions to the children:

William Heflin

Nancy Haddox

Deby Luttrell

Margaret Barton

Darkey Brock

Milly Jett

Polly Heflin

Anna Lacy

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Children of Richard Luttrell and Unknown are:

+††† 192†††††††† i.†† Thomas12 Luttrell, born 1784 in Adair County, Kentucky.

††††† 193††††††† ii.†† William Luttrell, born circa 1790 in Adair County, Kentucky205.

 

1830 Morgan County, Illinois Census; Roll: 24; Page: 85.

Wm Luttrell

Males:1 under age 5 (born 1825-1830); 3 age 5-10 (born 1820-1825); 3 age 15-20 (born 1810-1815); 1 age 40-50 (born 1780-1790).

Females:1 age 30-40 (born 1790-1800).

 

1840 Platte County, Missouri Census; Roll: 228; Page: 161.

William Luttrell

Males:1 age 5-10 (born 1830-1835); 2 age 10-15 (born 1835-1840); 1 age 15-20 (born 1820-1825); 1 age 40-50 (born 1790-1800).

Females:3 under age 5 (born 1835-1840); 1 age 40-50 (born 1790-1800).

 

+††† 194†††††† iii.†† Lott Luttrell, born June 08, 1794 in Adair County, Kentucky, or Morgan County, Kentucky; died September 22, 1862 in Morgan County, Illinois.

††††† 195†††††† iv.†† Joacob Luttrell, born circa 1798 in North Carolina.

 

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Children of Richard Luttrell and Debra Heflin are:

+††† 196†††††††† i.†† Richard12 Luttrell, born 1805 in Casey County, Kentucky; died 1891 in Liberty, Casey County, Kentucky.

+††† 197††††††† ii.†† Green Luttrell, born 1804 - 1806 in Casey County, Kentucky; died October 18, 1866 in California, Moniteau County, Missouri.

+††† 198†††††† iii.†† Rodham Luttrell, born April 05, 1810 in Casey County, Kentucky; died June 23, 1878 in Casey County, Kentucky.

 

 

†††† 116.Dolly11 Luttrell (Michael10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)206 was born 1768 in Fauquier County, Virginia, and died 1844 in Greasy Ridge County, Ohio.She married George Corn 1794, son of John Adam Corn.He was born 1740 in Patrick County, Virginia, and died December 1829 in Jackson County, Ohio.

 

Notes for Dolly Luttrell:

Dolly went to Patrick County, Virginia.1790 left forN.C. then went to Ohio.

 

Notes for George Corn:

Luella Eckert, 3232 Rex St., Overland, MO 63114 (314) 428-1150 has George Corn's original Revolutionary War pension paper indicating he would receive $80 semi-annually.It is dated 7 Jun 1832.

 

There appears to be two different George Corn's in Ohio which may indicate another son as the age would be fit in with the other sons.

 

CORN, GEORGE

Ohio State Census, 1820 Jackson County, OH, Bloomfield Township, Page 142.

 

CORN, GEORGE

Ohio State Census, 1830 Muskingum County, OH, Roll M19_137, Muskingum Township, page 251.

Males:1-age 20-30

Females:2-under 5 years of age; 1-age 10-15; 1-age 20-30

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Children of Dolly Luttrell and George Corn are:

††††† 199†††††††† i.†† Nancy12 Corn.

††††† 200††††††† ii.†† Jesse Corn, born January 19, 1796 in Virginia207.He married Jane Mannering June 11, 1829 in Gallia County, Ohio.

 

Notes for Jesse Corn:

Census listings - not confirmed if this is the same Jesse Corn.

 

1830 Federal Census, Jackson County, Jefferson Township, Roll M19_134, Page 95.

CORN, JESSE

Males:3-age 5-10; 1-age 30-40

Females:1-age 5-10; 1-age 30-40

 

1850 Ohio State Census, Lawrence County, OH, Mason Township, Roll M432_701, Page 363, Dwelling No. 104.

Jesse Corn, age 57, Male, Farmer, born Virginia

Jane Corn, age 56, Female, born Ohio

Clark Corn, age 17, Male, born Ohio

C. Corn, age 16, Male, born Ohio

Hanna Gillen, age 18, Female, born Ohio

 

1850 Ohio State Census, Lawrence County, OH, Mason Township, Roll M432_701, Page 363, Dwelling No. 105.

Henry Corn, age 27, Male, born Ohio

Virginia Corn, age 24, Female, born Ohio

Barbara Corn, age 5, Female, born Ohio

George Corn, age 2, Male, born Ohio

 

+††† 201†††††† iii.†† Samuel Corn, born 1800 in Virginia.

††††† 202†††††† iv.†† William Corn, born 1800 - 1810 in Virginia.

 

Notes for William Corn:

CORN, WILLIAM

Ohio State Census, 1830 Campaign County, Ohio, Roll M19-128, Mad River Township, Page 29.

Males:1-age 20-30

Females:1-age 30-40

 

††††† 203††††††† v.†† Richard Corn, born 1800 - 1810 in Virginia207.

 

CORN, RICHARD

Ohio State Census, 1830 Jackson County, OH, Franklin Township, Roll M19_134, Page 127.

Males:1-age 20-30

Females:2-under 5 years of age; 1-age 20-30

 

††††† 204†††††† vi.†† Lucy Corn, born December 29, 1805 in Virginia.

+††† 205††††† vii.†† James Corn, born November 20, 1808 in Virginia; died November 20, 1900 in Lawrence County, Ohio.

††††† 206†††† viii.†† Martha Corn, born December 13, 1810 in Virginia.

††††† 207†††††† ix.†† Hannah Corn, born March 12, 1813 in Virginia.

 

The census records below are obviously not the Hannah born in 1813 as she would not be age 73 in 1850.But being in the same location, I do believe they are related somehow and am listing the data here for the time being.

 

CORN, HANNAH

Ohio State Census, 1830 Jackson County, OH, Bloomfield Township, Roll M19_134, Page 109.

Males:2-age 15-20; 1-age 20-30

Females:1-age 5-10; 2-age 10-15; 1-age 50-60

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CORN, HANNAH

Ohio State Census, 1850 Jackson County, Bloomfield Township, Page 232.

Hannah Corn, Female, age 73, born Virginia(would be born circa 1777)

Caroline Corn, Female, age 34, born Virginia

 

 

†††† 117.Lott11 Luttrell (Michael10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)208 was born 1772 in Fauquier County, Virginia, and died after 1817 in Dunnville, Casey County, Kentucky.He married Malinda Sarah Breeding June 12, 1802 in Adair County, Kentucky209.She was born before 1784 in (birthdate estimated from date of marriage), and died Unknown.

 

Lott is believed to have died near Dunnville, Kentucky.Some of his Children went to Cannon and Warren County, Tennessee.Since his father was born and died in Fauquier County, Virginia, I suspect Lott may have been born there.

 

Witness on Deed:Francis Barrett to Rhoda Literal - Patrick County, Virginia.Recorded January 9, 1792.Brothers Michael and Lott, sold land in Patrick County, Virginia on September 24, 1794.John and Rodham also sold land at this time.

 

Sarah Breeding married Lot Littrell on 12 Jun 1802 in Adair County, Kentucky.

 

Allied families of Read, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters, by A.M. Prichard, Staunton, Virginia 1930.

Page 206

By deed of 30th and 31st of Aug. 1793, Abner Luttrell, and Sarah, his wife, of Fauquire County, and Lott Luttrell , of Patrick County, Va., conveyed to Enos Combs the land bequeathed to them by their father's will.

 

More About Lott Luttrell:

Residence: August 23, 1800, Lincoln County, Kentucky (Tax List)210

 

Notes for Malinda Sarah Breeding:

Possible parents of Sarah are John, George and Peter Breeding who appear to be in Lincoln County, Kentucky at the same time as Lott Littrell.

 

1790 Tax Lists

BREEDEN, JOHN

State: KY Year: 1790

County: Lincoln County Record Type: Tax list

Township: No Township Listed Page:

Database: KY Early Census Index

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BREEDEN, GEORGE

State: KY Year: 1790

County: Lincoln County Record Type: Tax list

Township: No Township Listed Page:

Database: KY Early Census Index

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BREEDEN, PETER

State: KY Year: 1790

County: Lincoln County Record Type: Tax list

Township: No Township Listed Page:

Database: KY Early Census Index

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1800 United States Federal Census

Littrell, Lott

State: Kentucky Year: 1800

County: Lincoln Roll:

Township: Unknown Townships Page:0

Image:

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BREDIN, JOHN

State: KY Year: 1800

County: Lincoln County Record Type: Tax list

Township: No Township Listed Page:

Database: KY Early Census Index

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BREEDEN, GEORGE

State: KY Year: 1800

County: Lincoln County Record Type: Tax list

Township: No Township Listed Page:

Database: KY Early Census Index

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LITTRELL, LOTT

State: KY Year: 1800

County: Lincoln County Record Type: Tax list

Township: No Township Listed Page:

Database: KY Early Census Index

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LITTRELL, NATHAN

State: KY Year: 1800

County: Lincoln County Record Type: Tax list

Township: No Township Listed Page:

Database: KY Early Census Index

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LITTRELL, RODHAM

State: KY Year: 1800

County: Lincoln County Record Type: Tax list

Township: No Township Listed Page:

Database: KY Early Census Index

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LUTTREL, ABNER

State: KY Year: 1800

County: Lincoln County Record Type: Tax list

Township: No Township Listed Page:

Database: KY Early Census Index

 

1810 United States Federal Census

Breeding, Jacob

State: Kentucky Year: 1810

County: Barren Roll:M252_5

Township:†† Page:35

Image: 38

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Breeden, Elijah

State: Kentucky Year: 1810

County: Boone Roll:M252_5

Township:†† Page:57

Image: 61

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Breeden, Abraham

State: Kentucky Year: 1810

County: Casey Roll:M252_9

Township:†† Page:44

Image: 47

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Breeden, Elijah

State: Kentucky Year: 1810

County: Gallatin Roll:M252_6

Township:†† Page:192

Image: 200

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Breeden, Richard

State: Kentucky Year: 1810

County: Gallatin Roll:M252_6

Township:†† Page:192

Image: 200

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Breden, James

State: Kentucky Year: 1810

County: Rockcastle Roll:M252_8

Township:†† Page:161

Image: 148

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Breedon, Fanny

State: Kentucky Year: 1810

County: Shelby Roll:M252_8

Township:†† Page:201

Image: 191

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Breedon, James

State: Kentucky Year: 1810

County: Shelby Roll:M252_8

Township:†† Page:201

Image: 191

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Breden, Aaron

State: Kentucky Year: 1810

County: Washington Roll:M252_8

Township:†† Page:342

Image: 334

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Child of Lott Luttrell and Malinda Breeding is:

††††† 208†††††††† i.†† John12 Luttrell, born February 1817 in Morgan County, Kentucky.

 

 

†††† 118.Burrell11 Luttrell (Richard10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)211 was born October 25, 1785 in Culpeper County, Virginia212,213,214,215,216,217, and died November 26, 1831 in Culpeper County, Virginia218,219.He married Hannah Button January 22, 1807 in Culpeper County, Virginia220,221, daughter of Harmon Button and Sarah Fishback.She was born August 27, 1787 in Culpeper County, Virginia222,223,224,225,226, and died August 1844 in Culpeper County, Virginia227,228.

 

1810 Culpeper, Culpeper County, Virginia Census; Roll: 68; Page: 102; Image: 198.00.

Burrel Luttrell

Males:1 under age 10 (born 1800-1810); 1 age 16-25 (born 1785-1794).

Females:2 under age 10 (born 1800-1810); 1 age 16-25 (born 1785-1794).

Slaves:2

 

1820 Culpeper County, Virginia Census; Roll: M33_133; Page: 243; Image: 104.

Burwell Lutrell

Males:2 age 10-16 (born 1804-1810); 1 age 16-18 (born 1802 - 1804); 1 age 45 & over (born before 1775).

Females:1 age 10-16 (born 1804-1810); 1 age 16-26 (born 1794-1804); 1 age 45 & over (born before 1775).

Slaves:4

Marcine's Note:Burrell Luttrell does have 3 sons and 3 daughters who were all living in 1820 and unmarried.However, the 2 males age 10-16 could include James "Richard" Luttrell who was born 1809 and possibly James born 1813but where does John born 1816 fit in?I also show a son born 1802-1804 which falls before the marriage date for Burrell.There are also only 2 daughters listed yet the oldest daughter would be only 13 and too young to marry.The children listed do not match up with the known children of Burrell.

 

1830 Culpeper County, Virginia Census; Roll: 197; Page: 143.

Burrel Lttrel

Males:1 age 10-15 (born 1815-1820); 1 age 15-20 (born 1810-1815); 1 age 20-30 (born 1800-1810); 1 age 40-50 (born 1780-1790).

Females:1 age 5-10 (born 1820-1825); 1 age 15-20 (born 1810-1815); 1 age 20-30 (born 1800-1810); 1 age 40-50 (born 1780-1790).

Slaves:14

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Children of Burrell Luttrell and Hannah Button are:

+††† 209†††††††† i.†† Sarah "Sally"12 Luttrell, born December 23, 1807 in Culpeper County, Virginia; died February 03, 1893 in Hixeyville, Virginia.

+††† 210††††††† ii.†† James "Richard" Luttrell, born January 06, 1809 in Culpeper County, Virginia; died February 11, 1874 in Culpeper County, Virginia.

††††† 211†††††† iii.†† Juliett Ann Luttrell229, born September 22, 1810 in Culpeper County, Virginia230,231,232,233,234,235; died September 29, 1889 in Rappahannock County, Virginia.She married Armistead Corbin December 18, 1843 in Culpeper County, Virginia; died before 1870 in Rappahannock County, Virginia235.

 

1870 Jackson, Rappahannock County, Virginia; Roll: M593_1674; Page: 129; Image: 258; Post Office: Amissville.

Juliet Corbin, age 56, female, white, farming, born Virginia.

William Corbin, age 25, male, white, farming, born Virginia.

Hannah Corbin, age 24, female, white, born Virginia.

Armstead Corbin, age 23, male, white, farm laborer, born Virginia.

Sallie V. Corbin, age 20, female, white, born Virginia.

May E. Corbin, age 19, female, white, born Virginia.

Julia A. Corbin, age 18, female, white, born Virginia.

Evaline Shelton, age 27, female, black, Domestic Servant, born Virginia.

Dillard Wigginton, age 14, male, mulatto, laborer, born Virginia.

 

+††† 212†††††† iv.†† James W. Luttrell, born February 22, 1813 in Culpeper County, Virginia; died October 14, 1884 in Virginia.

+††† 213††††††† v.†† John Willis Luttrell, born March 04, 1816 in Culpeper County, Virginia; died August 14, 1894 in Culpeper County, Virginia.

+††† 214†††††† vi.†† Elizabeth Rachel Luttrell, born January 03, 1822 in Culpeper County, Virginia; died July 02, 1880 in Jefferson, Culpeper County, Virginia.

 

 

†††† 119.Elizabeth11 Luttrell (Richard10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)236 was born 1789 in Culpeper County, Virginia, and died Unknown.She married Thomas Stallard.He died Unknown.

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Children of Elizabeth Luttrell and Thomas Stallard are:

††††† 215†††††††† i.†† Elizabeth12 Stallard237.She married James Miller June 21, 1869237.

††††† 216††††††† ii.†† Lucy Stallard238,238.

††††† 217†††††† iii.†† Thomas H. Stallard239.He married Virginia Texas Corbin240.

††††† 218†††††† iv.†† Kitty A. Stallard241, born 1812242.She married (1) Thomas Kemper June 05, 1842243; born 1787; died May 02, 1855243,243.She married (2) Captain John Brown December 19, 1859243.

††††† 219††††††† v.†† Randolph Stallard244, born June 18, 1814245; died July 1874245.He married Margaret Biscoe 1837245; born January 26, 1818245; died January 10, 1912245.

††††† 220†††††† vi.†† Rachel B. Stallard246, born December 25, 1834247; died May 1905247.She married Thomas A. Crane December 15, 1851247.

 

 

†††† 121.Susannah11 Luttrell (Richard10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)248 was born May 27, 1793 in Culpeper County, Virginia249,250, and died April 04, 1865 in Platte County, Missouri.She married William Bywaters251 December 21, 1826251.He was born February 19, 1793251, and died January 29, 1872251.

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Children of Susannah Luttrell and William Bywaters are:

††††† 221†††††††† i.†† Elizabeth Frances12 Bywaters251.

††††† 222††††††† ii.†† Junius Octavius Bywaters251.

††††† 223†††††† iii.†† Richard Willis Bywaters251.He married Juliet Stallard252; born 1844 in Culpeper County, Virginia253,254.

††††† 224†††††† iv.†† Oscar Bywaters255, born July 01, 1832255; died January 12, 1858256,256.

 

 

†††† 122.James11 Luttrell (Richard10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)257 was born 1795 in Culpeper County, Virginia258,259, and died 1850 - 1860 in Culpepper County, Virginia.He married Elizabeth Stallard before 1847 in Culpepper County, Virginia.She was born 1810 in Culpepper County, Virginia260,261,262,263, and died after 1880 in Culpepper County, Virginia263.

 

1850 Culpeper County, Virginia Census; Roll: M432_941; Page: 276; Image: 127.

James Luttrell, age 55 (born circa 1795), male, born Virginia, insane.

Elizabeth Luttrell, age 40 (born circa 1810), female, born Virginia.

Richard Luttrell, age 4 (born circa 1846), male, born Virginia.

James Luttrell, Jr., age 1 (born circa 1849), born Virginia.

 

More About James Luttrell:

Medical Information: Listed as Insane on the 1850 census records.264

 

Notes for Elizabeth Stallard:

1860 Nothern Division, Culpeper County, Virginia Census; Roll: M653_1341; Page: 804; Image: 209, Homeland Post Office

Elizabeth Luttrell, age 52 (born circa 1808), female, lady, born Culpepper County, Virginia.

Richard Luttrell, age 13 (born circa 1847), male, born Culpepper County, Virginia.

James Luttrell, age 11 (born circa 1849), male, born Culpepper County, Virginia.

 

1870 Jefferson, Culpeper County, Virginia; Roll: M593_1641; Page: 593 (handwritten page 12); Image: 346, dated July 8, 1870, Post Office: Culpeper Court House

Richard D. Lutrell, age 23 (born circa 1847), male, white, farmer, born Virginia.

Elizabeth Lutrell, age 60 (born circa 1810), female, white, keeping house, born Virginia.

Jasphassey Jasper, age 24 (born circa 1846), female, mulatto, Domestic Servant, born Virginia.

John Jasper, age 4/12 (born Feb 1870), male, mulatto, born Virginia.

 

1880 Jefferson, Culpeper County, Virginia; Roll: T9_1361; Family History Film: 1255361; Page: 343.3000 (Handwritten Page 3); Enumeration District: 34

Richard Luttrell, age 33 (born circa 1847), white, male, farmer, born Virginia, parents born Virginia.

Annie Luttrell, age 39 (born circa 1841), white, female, wife, born Virginia, parents born Virginia.

Betsy Luttrell, age 71 (born circa 1809), white, female, mother, born Virginia, parents born Virginia.

Cassie Jasper, age 35 (born circa 1845), mulatto, female, born Virginia, parents born Virginia.

Cathie Jasper, age 8 (born circa 1872), mulatto, female, born Virginia, parents born Virginia.

Wyatt Jasper, age 3 (born circa 1877), mulatto, male, born Virginia, parents born Virginia.

Caroline Jasper, age 5M (born Nov 1879), mulatto, female, born Virginia, parents born Virginia.

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Children of James Luttrell and Elizabeth Stallard are:

††††† 225†††††††† i.†† Richard D.12 Luttrell265, born January 13, 1847 in Culpepper County, Virginia265,266,267,268,269,270; died May 10, 1902 in Warwick County, Virginia271,272.He married Annie Newman273 January 1873 in Culpepper County, Virginia273; born May 01, 1840 in Virginia273,274; died 1880 - 1900 in Virginia275.

 

Notes for Richard D. Luttrell:

1870 Jefferson, Culpeper County, Virginia; Roll: M593_1641; Page: 593 (handwritten page 12); Image: 346, dated July 8, 1870, Post Office: Culpeper Court House

Richard D. Lutrell, age 23 (born circa 1847), male, white, farmer, born Virginia.

Elizabeth Lutrell, age 60 (born circa 1810), female, white, keeping house, born Virginia.

Jasphassey Jasper, age 24 (born circa 1846), female, mulatto, Domestic Servant, born Virginia.

John Jasper, age 4/12 (born Feb 1870), male, mulatto, born Virginia.

 

1880 Jefferson, Culpeper County, Virginia; Roll: T9_1361; Family History Film: 1255361; Page: 343.3000 (Handwritten Page 3); Enumeration District: 34

Richard Luttrell, age 33 (born circa 1847), white, male, farmer, born Virginia, parents born Virginia.

Annie Luttrell, age 39 (born circa 1841), white, female, wife, born Virginia, parents born Virginia.

Betsy Luttrell, age 71 (born circa 1809), white, female, mother, born Virginia, parents born Virginia.

Cassie Jasper, age 35 (born circa 1845), mulatto, female, born Virginia, parents born Virginia.

Cathie Jasper, age 8 (born circa 1872), mulatto, female, born Virginia, parents born Virginia.

Wyatt Jasper, age 3 (born circa 1877), mulatto, male, born Virginia, parents born Virginia.

Caroline Jasper, age 5M (born Nov 1879), mulatto, female, born Virginia, parents born Virginia.

 

††††† 226††††††† ii.†† James Luttrell, Jr., born 1849 in Culpepper County, Virginia276,277.

 

 

†††† 123.Fanny11 Luttrell (Richard10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)278 was born June 08, 1800 in Culpeper County, Virginia279,280,281, and died August 16, 1858 in Platte County, Missouri282.She married Edward Pendleton Duncan December 24, 1829 in Culpeper County, Virginia283.He was born December 30, 1803 in Culpeper County, Virginia283,284,285, and died February 24, 1869 in Green City, Platte County, Missouri.

 

From Culpeper County, Virginia, they went to Platte County, Missouri in 1838.There Mr. Duncan held office as State Representative, and also as Judge.

Source:Armstead Mead Prichard, Allied families of Read, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters,(Staunton, Virginia 1930.), Page 209.

 

Notes for Edward Pendleton Duncan:

1850 Green, Platte County, Missouri Census; Roll: M432_410; Page: 371; Image: 173, dated 13 Oct 1850.

Edward P. Duncan, age 47 (born circa 1803), male, farmer, Real Estate Value $12,175, born Virginia.

Frances Duncan, age 50 (born circa 1800), female, born Virginia.

Richard Duncan, age 20 (born circa 1830), male, born Virginia.

Virginia Duncan, age 18 (born circa 1832), female, born Virginia.

Lucy Duncan, age 16 (born circa 1834), female, born Virginia.

James B. Duncan, age 14 (born circa 1836), male, born Virginia.

Delia Duncan, age 13 (born circa 1837), female, born Virginia.

Susan Duncan, age 7 (born circa 1843), female, born Missouri.

Edward W. Duncan, age 6 (born circa 1844), male, born Missouri.

 

1850 Green, Platte County, Missouri Census; Roll: M432_410; Page: 371; Image: 173, dated 13 Oct 1850.

John R. Duncan, age 28 (born circa 1822), male, farmer, real estate value $9,020, born Virginia.

Jane Duncan, age 29 (born circa 1821), female, born Virginia.

James Duncan, age 6 (born circa 1844), male, born Virginia.

Robert Duncan, age 5 (born circa 1845), male, born Missouri.

Mildred Duncan, age 2 (born circa 1848), male, born Missouri.

Flora Duncan, age 9/12 (born circa 1849), female, born Missouri.

 

1860 Green, Platte County, Missouri; Roll: M653_640; Page: 0; Image: 248, Camden Point Post Office.

E. P. Duncan, age 56 (born circa 1804), male, farmer, real estate value $21,600, personal estate value $5,000, born Virginia.

Melvina A. Duncan, age 39 (born circa 1821), female, born Kentucky.

Edward W. Duncan, age 16 (born circa 1844), male, born Missouri.

-- Swearinger, age 63 (born circa 1797), laborer, born Virginia.

 

Children of Fanny Luttrell and Edward Duncan are:

††††† 227†††††††† i.†† Richard Frederick12 Duncan286, born November 14, 1830 in Culpeper County, Virginia287; died July 07, 1907 in Edgerton, Platte County, Missouri.

††††† 228††††††† ii.†† Virginia Americus Duncan288, born February 27, 1832 in Culpeper County, Virginia289; died July 15, 1919 in Missouri.

††††† 229†††††† iii.†† Lucy Elizabeth Duncan290, born August 08, 1833 in Culpeper County, Virginia291; died March 1912.

††††† 230†††††† iv.†† James Burrell Duncan292, born April 07, 1835 in Culpeper County, Virginia293; died October 06, 1899.

††††† 231††††††† v.†† Mary Adelia Duncan294, born June 01, 1838 in Culpeper County, Virginia295; died February 09, 1909.She married David Richard Stallard296; born 1836 in Culpeper County, Virginia297.

††††† 232†††††† vi.†† Susan Frances Duncan298, born March 24, 1842 in Platte County, Missouri (or Dearborn, Buchanan County, Missouri)299; died February 09, 1909.

††††† 233††††† vii.†† Edward Willis Duncan300, born July 17, 1844 in Platte County, Missouri301,302; died January 26, 1929.He married Sarinia 1860 - 1870 in Platte County, Missouri.

 

1870 Weston, Platte, Missouri; Roll: M593_799; Page: 437; Image: 279.

 

 

†††† 124.Daniel11 Luttrell (Samuel10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)303,304 was born before 1766 in Leeds Parish, Fauquier County, Virginia305,306, and died 1810 - 1830 in Lee County, Virginia.He married Abigail Bayless.She was born circa 1766 in Virginia307, and died after 1830 in Lee County, Virginia307.

 

This line is being researched by Deborah Littrell, E-Mail:DEBORAHC21@aol.com

 

By deed of 1 Nov. 1766, recorded in Fauquier County, Virginia,deed book 2, page 618, Lord Fairfax leased to Samuel Luttrell 150 acres of land for the joint lives of himself, his wife, Dinah, and his son, Daniel.[This shows that Daniel was born before 1766 and since Dinah Schumate was born circa 1760, she couldn't be his mother.I suspect Annis Crowther was Samuel's first wife and the mother of Daniel.].

 

1810 Franklin County, Virginia Census; Roll: 68; Page: 299; Image: 573.00.

Samuel Litteral

Males:2 age 16-25 (born 1785-1794); 1 age 26-44 (born 1766-1784); 1 age 45 & over (born before 1765).

Females:1 age 16-25 (born 1785-1794); 1 age 26-44 (born 1766-1784); 1 age 45 & over (born before 1765)

Slaves:0

[The male age 16-44 is the right age to be Daniel.I don't know who the other children are but it is possible that they are Samuel's grandchildren.]

 

1830 Lee County, Virginia; Roll: 191; Page: 310.

Daniel Litrel

Males:2 age 5-10 (born 1820-1825); 1 age 20-30 (born 1800-1810).

Females:2 under age 5 (born 1825-1830); 1 age 20-30 (born 1800-1810).

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Children of Daniel Luttrell and Abigail Bayless are:

††††† 234†††††††† i.†† Ewing12 Littrell, born 1794 in Lee County, Virginia308.

††††† 235††††††† ii.†† Bailaz Littrell, born 1800 - 1810 in Lee County, Virginia309.

††††† 236†††††† iii.†† Daniel Littrell, born 1800 - 1810 in Lee County, Virginia310.

 

 

†††† 127.Edward11 Luttrell (John Lewis10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)311 was born circa 1761 in Fauquier County, Virginia, and died 1830 - 1840 in Knox County, Tennessee.He married Ann 1783 in Fauquier County, Virginia.She was born circa 1761, and died 1830 - 1840 in Knox County, Tennessee.

 

Allied families of Read, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters, by A.M. Prichard, Staunton, Virginia 1930.

Page 206

By deed of 15 April 1785, recorded in Fauquire deed book 8, page 277, Joseph Comb Younger and Mary, his wife, conveyed unto Edward Luttrell, of Fauquire County, 108 1/2 acres of land which Edward Luttrell disposed of by deed of 20 Sept. 1802, recorded in deed book 15, page 215.By deed of 1 June 1785, recorded in deed book 8, page 286, Edward Luttrell and Ann, his wife, conveyed unto Charles Waller 68 acres of land calling for lines of Richard Luttrell, Sr.By deed of 14 Oct. 1799, recorded in deed book 14, page 525, Richard Bryley of Frederick County, conveyed unto Edward Luttrell, of Fauquire County, 138 1/2 acres of land on Negro Run.In Elston Luttrell's Manuscript, it is said that Edward Luttrell once lived in Fauquier County, and that he married and moved to Tennessee or Kentucky, leaving several children.

 

06 Apr 1785. (Fauquier Co VA DB8:277) Joseph Combs younger and Mary his wife of the county of Stafford ... for 90 pounds .. sold land to Edward LUTTREL of Fauquier Co. Document shows, "Joseph Combs and Mary his wife." Witnesses: Original YOUNG, Ennis COMBS, John YOUNG, Ben HARRISON, Edw'd ASHBY. (Researcher Larry LUTTRELL who adds: No acreage listed but tax records indicate, "of H. [sic?] Combs, 108.5 acres.")

 

1785 (Fauquier County, VA Deed Book, 8, p. 277) Joseph Combs the Younger and wife Mary, of Stafford County, sell 108 acres on Dorrells Run to Edward LUTTRELL; Ennis Combs witness. (Extracted by Combs Researcher Jeff Duvall from "Fauquier Families, 1759-1799: Comprehensive indexed abstracts of Tax and Tithable Lists, Marriage Bonds and Minute, Deed, and Will Books, and Others" by John P. Alcock (Athens, GA: Iberian Publishing Company, 1994)

 

Source Information:Jackson, Ronald V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp. Tennessee Census, 1810-91. [database on-line] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 1999-. Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.

1805, LUTTRELL, EDWARD, Roane County, TN,†† No Township Listed, Tax list, TN Early Census Index.

 

1830 Knox County, Tennessee; Roll: 178; Page: 325.

Edward Luttrell

Males:1 age 70-80 (born 1750-1760).

Females:1 age 70-80 (born 1750-1760).

 

I'm trying to figure out who this census belongs to:

1830 Knox County, Tennessee; Roll: 178; Page: 394.

Elizabeth Luttrell(wife of ?)

Males:1 under age 5 (born 1825-1830); 1 age 15-20 (born 1810-1815); 1 age 20-30 (born 1800-1810).

Females:1 under age 5 (born 1825-1830); 2 age 20-30 (born 1800-1810); 1 age 50-60 (born 1770-1780).

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Children of Edward Luttrell and Ann are:

††††† 237†††††††† i.†† Sally12 Luttrell312.

††††† 238††††††† ii.†† Susan Luttrell312.She married Elliott Johnston313 August 01, 1820 in Knox County, Tennessee313,314.

+††† 239†††††† iii.†† Martin Luttrell, born circa 1780 in Virginia; died after 1860 in Meigs County, Tennessee.

+††† 240†††††† iv.†† Mason Luttrell, born February 15, 1785 in Virginia; died 1848 in Roane County, Tennessee.

+††† 241††††††† v.†† Nelson Luttrell, born 1788 in Virginia; died after 1850 in Roane County, Tennessee.

+††† 242†††††† vi.†† Silas Luttrell, born 1792 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died 1851 in Roane County, Tennessee.

+††† 243††††† vii.†† George W. Luttrell, born circa 1794 in Virginia; died January 17, 1860 in Hamilton County, Tennessee.

 

 

†††† 128.John11 Luttrell (John Lewis10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)315 was born February 09, 1763 in Fauquier County, Virginia316, and died 1819 in Union County, Kentucky316.He married Rachel Leaper317 December 22, 1794 in Greene County, Tennessee.She was born October 28, 1772 in Greene County, Tennessee318, and died 1843318.

 

1830 Knox County, Tennessee; Roll: 178; Page: 394.

John Luttrell, Sr.

Males:1 age 15-20 (born 1810-1815); 1 age 20-30 (born 1800-1810); 1 age 60-70 (born 1750-1760).

Females:1 age 20-30 (born 1800-1810); 1 age 60-70 (born 1750-1760).

(Listed on same page as Elizabeth Luttrell)

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Children of John Luttrell and Rachel Leaper are:

††††† 244†††††††† i.†† Lewis12 Luttrell319, born 1795 in Greene County, Tennessee320; died October 03, 1854 in Never married.320.

+††† 245††††††† ii.†† Andrew Luttrell, born March 06, 1798 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died September 09, 1849.

††††† 246†††††† iii.†† John B. Luttrell321, born 1799.Moved to Union County, Kentucky per Allied Families by A.M. Prichard. 322

††††† 247†††††† iv.†† Winifred Luttrell323, born 1801, Never married.

††††† 248††††††† v.†† Naomi Luttrell323, born 1803, Never married.

††††† 249†††††† vi.†† Sarah Luttrell323, born 1805, Never married.

††††† 250††††† vii.†† Mary Luttrell323, born 1807, Never married.

††††† 251†††† viii.†† Lucinda Luttrell323, born 1809.She married Ignatius Buckman May 16, 1837 in Union County, Kentucky.

 

 

†††† 130.Robert11 Luttrell (John Lewis10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)324 was born 1766 - 1784 in Fauquier County, Virginia325, and died January 01, 1815 in Frederick County, Virginia326.He married Barbara Buzzard November 01, 1796 in Frederick County, Virginia327,328.She was born 1766 - 1784329, and died Unknown.

 

Source:Allied families of Read, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters, by A.M. Prichard, Staunton, VA 1930, Page 207.

"From letter of John L. Luttrell, ante., it appears that Robert, Fielding, Sarah and Franky, children of John Luttrell, deceased, together with their mother, Winifred, settled together near each other.This was in Frederick County, Va.,where Robert purchased land as early as 1796, being designated in that deed as of Frederick County, where the marriage records show that he married 1 Nov. 1796, Barbara Buzzard.By deed of 19 Mar. 1831, recorded in deed book 58, page 335, Robert's heirs conveyed to Fielding Luttrell 107 acres of land in Frederick County, his widow, Barbara signing the deed along with the following children:Richard, Robert, Susan, Franky, John, and Lewis."

 

Robert Luttrell (Listed next to Winnifred Luttrell and Fielding Luttrell)

1810 Frederick County, Virginia Census; Roll: 68; Page: 350; Image: 670.00.

Robert Luttrell

Males:2 males under age 10 (born 1800-1810); 2 age 10-15 (born 1795-1800); 1 age 26-44 (born 1766-1784).

Females:2 under age 10 (born 1800-1810); 1 age 26-44 (born 1766-1784).

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Children of Robert Luttrell and Barbara Buzzard are:

+††† 252†††††††† i.†† Richard12 Luttrell, born August 14, 1797 in Frederick County, Virginia; died March 22, 1848.

+††† 253††††††† ii.†† Robert Luttrell, born circa 1799 in Frederick County, Virginia; died Unknown in Ohio.

††††† 254†††††† iii.†† Frances (Franky) Luttrell330, born 1800 - 1810 in Frederick County, Virginia331.She married Archibald Dick332 February 15, 1830 in Frederick County, Virginia333; born before 1812334,334.

††††† 255†††††† iv.†† Susan Luttrell335, born 1800 - 1810 in Frederick County, Virginia336.

+††† 256††††††† v.†† John Luttrell, born July 12, 1805 in Frederick County, Virginia; died March 17, 1896.

+††† 257†††††† vi.†† Lewis Luttrell, born 1807 in Frederick County, Virginia.

 

 

†††† 131.Fielding11 Luttrell (John Lewis10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)337 was born 1773 in Fauquier County, Virginia, and died January - April 1842 in Frederick County, Virginia338,338.He married Elizabeth Burkhamer September 28, 1799 in Virginia.She died after April 1842 in Frederick County, Virginia339.

 

Fielding Luttrell Last Will & Testament:Frederick County, Virginia,January 19, 1842, Will book # 21 Page 73

http://members.iquest.net/~lkellems/lt/html/wills/will_fielding_luttrell.html

 

FIELDING LUTTRELL WILL

In the name of GOD Amen. I Fielding Luttrell of the County of Frederick and State of Virginia being sick and weak in body but of sound mind and disposing memory for which I thank GOD and calling to mind the uncertainty of human life, and being desirous to dispose of all such worldly estate as it hath pleased GOD to bless me with, I give and bequeath the same in manner following, that is to say.

 

1st. I desire that a portion of my personal property be sold after my decease and out of the moneys arising therefrom all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid.

 

2nd. After the payment of my debts & funeral expenses, I give and bequeath to my wife Elizabeth Luttrell all my estate both real and personal for and during the term of her natural life for her support and to dispose of as she may see necessary, and after decease and after her expenses are paid what is left if any I give to my daughter Mary Luttrell for and during the term of her natural life for her support.

 

3rd. After the decease of my daughter Mary what is left if any I give and bequeath to my grand children. I desire that all my estate if any both real and personal of what nature or kind soever it may be shall be sold and the moneys arising therefrom shall be equally divided amongst Mary Ann, Nancy Catharine, Maria Evelina, Sarah Jane, John Wesley H. Switzer, these being the children of my daughter Elizabeth dec'd which was the wife of Jocob Switzer. Also Elizabeth A, Susan, Sarah and Maria Millers, these being the children of my daughter Nancy dec'd which was the wife of David Miller. To these my grandchildren I give the above remainder to them, their heirs, executors, administrators and assigns forever. N. B. I desire that my sister Frankey Luttrell shall have the same privileges of the same houses, stables, springs gardens, fields, meadows and orchards as she formerly had whilst she lives. And if Hany the colored man outlives her, he shall have the use of the kitchen, garden, spring, the lot around the spring and that above it during his natural life.

 

And lastly I do hereby constitute and appoint my friends Jacob Switzer and Elizabeth Luttrell my wife Executor of this my last will and testament hereby revoking all others or former wills or testaments by me heretofore made. In witness where of I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this nineteenth day of January in the year one thousand and eight hundred and forth two.

 

Fielding Luttrell

 

Signed sealed published and declared by Fielding Luttrell as and for his last will and testament in the presence and hearing of us who at his request and in his presence have subscribed our names as witnesses.

Will of Fielding Luttrell 1842

William D. Engle

Zedekiah Smith

 

At a court held for Frederick County the 4th day of April 1842 this last will and testament of Fielding Luttrell dec's was proven by the oaths of William D. Engle and Zedekiah Smith the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. And on the motion of Jacob Switzer the Executor therein named who made oath according to law, certificate if granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form on his giving security, whereupon he together with Benedict Amiss, Zedekiah Smith and William D. Engle his securities entered into and acknowledged bond in the penalty of one thousand dollars conditioned for his due and faithful administration of said decedent's estate.

 

By the Court

 

F. A. Sidball, Clerk

 

Source:Allied families of Read, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters, by A.M. Prichard, Staunton, VA 1930, Page 207.

"By deed of 19 Mar. 1831, recorded in deed book 58, page 335, Robert's heirs conveyed to Fielding Luttrell 107 acres of land in Frederick County, his widow, Barbara signing the deed along with the following children:Richard, Robert, Susan, Franky, John, and Lewis."

 

1810 Frederick County, Virginia Census; Roll: 68; Page: 350; Image: 670.00.

Robert Luttrell

Males:2 males under age 10 (born 1800-1810); 2 age 10-15 (born 1795-1800); 1 age 26-44 (born 1766-1784).

Females:2 under age 10 (born 1800-1810); 1 age 26-44 (born 1766-1784).

 

1810 Frederick County, Virginia Census; Roll: 68; Page: 350; Image: 670.00.

Fielding Luttrell

Males:1 age 26-44 (born 1766-1784).

Females: 4 under age 10 (born 1800-1810); 1 age 10-15 (born 1795-1800); 1 age 26-44 (born 1766-1784).

There is a Henry Burkhammer listed on the same page.

 

1810 Frederick County, Virginia Census; Roll: 68; Page: 350; Image: 670.00.

Winnifred Luttrell

Males:0

Females:1 age 26-44 (born 1766-1784); 2 age 45 & over (born before 1765).

 

1830 Western District, Frederick, Virginia; Roll: 190; Page: 120.

Fielding Luttrell

Males:1 age 5-10 (born 1820-1825); 1 age 50-60 (born 1770-1780).

Females:1 age 10-15 (born 1815-1820); 2 age 15-20 (born 1810-1815); 1 age 50-60 (born 1770-1780).

 

1830 Staunton, Miami County, Ohio; Roll: 136; Page: 41.

Fielding Luttrell

Males:1 age 30-40 (born 1790-1800).

Females:1 under age 5 (born 1825-1830); 1 age 5-10 (born 1820-1825); 1 age 20-30 (born 1800-1810).

 

Fielding L. Luttrell married Elizabeth Miller on 19 Oct 1822 in Frederick County, Virginia.(Source:Virginia Marriages, 1740-1850 )

 

Children of Fielding Luttrell and Elizabeth Burkhamer are:

††††† 258†††††††† i.†† Martha12 Luttrell, born 1799 - 1842 in Frederick County, Virginia.

††††† 259††††††† ii.†† Mary Luttrell339, born 1799 - 1842 in Frederick County, Virginia; died circa 1849340.Mary never married.

+††† 260†††††† iii.†† Sarah Luttrell, born 1799 - 1842 in Frederick County, Virginia.

††††† 261†††††† iv.†† Susan Luttrell, born 1799 - 1842 in Frederick County, Virginia.

††††† 262††††††† v.†† Winifred Luttrell, born 1799 - 1842 in Frederick County, Virginia.

††††† 263†††††† vi.†† James Luttrell, born 1780 - 1790 in Frederick County, Virginia.

+††† 264††††† vii.†† Elizabeth Luttrell, born 1799 - 1810 in Frederick County, Virginia; died before 1842 in Frederick County, Virginia.

††††† 265†††† viii.†† Ellen Luttrell, born 1799 - 1810 in Frederick County, Virginia.

††††† 266†††††† ix.†† Lewis Luttrell, born circa 1808 in Frederick County, Virginia.He married Rachel Ann Mahany April 23, 1830 in Frederick County, Virginia341.

 

1830 Western District, Frederick, Virginia; Roll: 190; Page: 120.

Lewis Luttrell

Males:1 age 20-30 (born 1800-1810).

Females:1 age 15-20 (born 1810-1815).

 

1850 District 16, Frederick County, Virginia; Roll: M432_945; Page: 216; Image: 34.

Lewis Lutrell, age 42 (born circa 1808), male, Farmer, born Virginia.

Elizabeth Luterell, age 32 (born circa 1818), female, born Virginia.

Archibald Luterell, age 16 (born circa 1836), male, Labourer, born Maryland.

Robert Luterell, age 12 (born circa 1838), male, born Virginia.

Joseph Lutrell, age 8 (born circa 1842), male, born Virginia.

Sarah Lutrell, age 4 (born circa 1846), female, born Virginia.

Catharine Lutrell, age 2 (born circa 1848), female, born Virginia.

Lives next door to Robert Luttrell age 51.

 

+††† 267††††††† x.†† Nancy Luttrell, born circa 1808 in Frederick County, Virginia; died before 1842 in Frederick County, Virginia.

 

 

†††† 133.James11 Luttrell (John Lewis10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1)342 was born February 09, 1783 in Fauquier County, Virginia, and died after 1850 in Frederick County, Virginia343.He married Celia Catlett344.She was born circa 1792 in Fauquier County, Virginia, and died Unknown.

 

By deed 10 October 1825, recorded in Frederick County, Virginia, Deed Book 51, page 340, Jos, Baker & Sarah, his, wife, conveyed 90 acres of land to James Luttrell of Frederick County, Virginia.†† In letter of John L. Luttrell, ante, he quoted from letter of 13 Oct. 1810, stating that James had visited his brother Lewis in Greenfield, Highland County, Ohio."A History of Two Virginia Families," by Stubbs, page 56, under title:"Descendants of Col. John Catlett," states that Celia Catlett married James Luttrell.... [Source:A. M. Prichard, Allied families of Read, Corbin, Luttrell, Bywaters,(Staunton, Virginia 1930.), page 207.]

 

1830 Western District, Frederick, Virginia; Roll: 190; Page: 120.

James Luttrell

Males:2 under age 5 (born 1825-1830); 1 age 5-10 (born 1820-1825); 2 age 10-15 (born 1815-1820); 1 age 15-20 (born 1810-1815); 1 age 40-50 (born 1780-1790).

Females:2 under age 5 (born 1825-1830); 2 age 5-10 (born 1820-1825); 1 age 40-50 (born 1780-1790).

 

1850 District 16, Frederick County, Virginia; Roll: M432_945; Page: 212; Image: 25.

James Lutrell, age 61 (born circa 1789), male, Farmer, born Virginia.

Selah Lutrell, age 63 (born circa 1787), female, born Virginia.

Nancy Lutrell, age 30 (born circa 1820), female, born Virginia.

Sarah Lutrell, age 22 (born circa 1828), female, born Virginia.

Hiram Lutrell, age 16 (born circa 1834), male, farmer, born Virginia.

Alvina Lutrell, age 7 (born circa 1843), female, born Virginia.

Isaac L. Lutrell, age 5 (born circa 1845), male, born Virginia.

Mary E. Lutrell, age 3/12 (born circa 1850), female, born Virginia.

Adam Lutrell, age 25 (born circa 1825), male, Farmer, born Virginia.

Martha Lutrell, age 25 (born circa 1825), female, born Virginia.

Henrietta Johnson, age 3 (born circa 1847), female, born Virginia.

 

More About James Luttrell:

Born (Alternate): February 09, 1789

 

Notes for Celia Catlett:

All children born in Fauquier County, Virginia.

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Children of James Luttrell and Celia Catlett are:

††††† 268†††††††† i.†† John12 Luttrell345, born circa 1801 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

+††† 269††††††† ii.†† William Luttrell, born circa 1814 in Frederick County, Virginia; died August 08, 1878 in Shockeysville, Frederick County, Virginia.

††††† 270†††††† iii.†† James Luttrell345, born 1815 - 1818 in Fauquier County, Virginia.He married Lucinda Gaines August 08, 1834 in Morgan County, West Virginia; born circa 1813 in Virginia.

 

1850 District 16, Frederick, Virginia; Roll: M432_945; Page: 207; Image: 16.

James Lutrell, age 35 (born circa 1815), male, Farmer, born Virginia.

Lucinda Lutrell, age 37 (born circa 1813), female, born Virginia.

Mary Catlett, age 12, female, born Virginia.

Lives next door to John & Phoebe Catlett.

 

+††† 271†††††† iv.†† Leonard Luttrell, born 1816 - 1822 in Frederick County, Virginia; died 1906 in Paw Paw, Morgan County, West Virginia.

††††† 272††††††† v.†† Henry Luttrell345, born circa 1818 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

+††† 273†††††† vi.†† Elizabeth Luttrell, born 1820 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died after 1880 in Frederick County, Virginia.

††††† 274††††† vii.†† Adam Luttrell345, born circa 1825 in Fauquier County, Virginia.He married Martha E. Bowen December 24, 1846 in Morgan County, West Virginia.

+††† 275†††† viii.†† Nancy Luttrell, born 1826 in Fauquier County, Virginia.

††††† 276†††††† ix.†† Sarah Luttrell345, born circa 1828 in Fauquier County, Virginia; died December 17, 1895 in Frederick County, Virginia.She married Nun Place January 16, 1851346; died November 29, 1912 in Frederick County, Virginia347.Sarah Luttrell was buried on December 1895, in the Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Frederick County, Virginia.

 

From: "Cephe Place", cepheplace@hotmail.com

Nun Place is buried at Wesley Chapel Church's Graveyard. He and Sarah were members of this church.But you need to make a correction. The Church and graveyard is located in the Cross Junction area of Frederick County, Virginia....not Morgan Co. WVA. He died Nov 29, 1912. Sarah is buried beside him. All his children died before his wife or he expired.

 

More About Nun Place:

Burial: 1912, Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Frederick County, Virginia347

 

††††† 277††††††† x.†† Mary Luttrell348, born 1828 in Fauquier County, Virginia.She married Joseph T. Nesmith December 24, 1846 in Morgan County, West Virginia.

††††† 278†††††† xi.†† Celia Luttrell348, born circa 1830 in Fauquier County, Virginia.She married Stephen Miller.

 

 

†††† 136.Robert11 Luttrell (Robert10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born 1765 - 1776, and died 1821 in Gerrard County, Kentucky.He married Elizabeth before 1800.She died Unknown.

 

1810 Prince William, Virginia; Roll: 70; Page: 284; Image: 534.00.

Robert Luttrell

Males:1 under age 10 (born 1800-1810); 1 age 16-25 (born 1785-1794); 1 age 45 & over (born before 1765).

Females:2 age 10-15 (born 1795-1800); 2 age 26-44 (born 1766-1784).

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Child of Robert Luttrell and Elizabeth is:

††††† 279†††††††† i.†† Nancy12 Luttrell, born 1800 - 1810.

 

 

†††† 137.Rodham11 Luttrell (Robert10, Richard9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born circa 1767 in Fauquier County, Virginia, and died 1850 - 1860 in Lawrence County, Tennessee.He married (1) Hannah before 1792 in Virginia.She died Unknown.He married (2) Mary Peaceful January 13, 1796 in Fauquier County, Virginia349,349.She was born circa 1780 in South Carolina, and died 1850 - 1860 in Lawrence County, Tennessee.He married (3) Mary before 1816 in Grennville County, South Carolina.She died Unknown.

 

1820 Lawrence County, Tennessee; Roll: M33_123; Page: 211; Image: 71.

Rodeham Litteral

Males:2 under age 10 (born 1810-1820); 1 age 45 & over (born before 1775).

Females:2 under age 10 (born 1810-1820); 1 age 10-16 (born 1804-1810); 1 age 16-26 (born 1794-1804).

 

1830 Lawrence County, Tennessee; Roll: 177; Page: 305.

Rhodam Litrell

Males:1 under age 5 (born 1825-1830); 1 age 5-10 (born 1820-1825); 1 age 10-15 (born 1815-1820); 1 age 50-60 (born 1770-1780).

Females:1 age 10-15 (born 1815-1820); 1 age 30-40 (born 1790-1800).

 

1840 Lawrence County, Tennessee; Roll: 531; Page: 146.

Rodam Litrell

Males:1 age 10-15 (born 1825-1830); 1 age 15-20 (born 1820-1825); 1 age 70-80 (born 1760-1770).

Females:1 age 50-60 (born 1780-1790).

 

1840 Lawrence County, Tennessee; Roll: 531; Page: 146.

Henry Lutrell

Males:1 age 5-10 (born 1830-1835); 1 age 20-30 (born 1810-1820).

Females:1 age 5-10 (born 1830-1835); 1 age 20-30 (born 1810-1820).

(Listed on same page as Rodham Luttrell)

 

1850 District 3, Lawrence County, Tennessee; Roll: M432_886; Page: 321; Image: 634.

Joshua Day, age 40 (born circa 1810), male, farmer, born South Carolina.

Margaret Day, age 34 (born circa 1816), female, born Tennessee.

Mary M. Day, age 15 (born circa 1835), female, born Tennessee.

James R. Day, age 8 (born circa 1842), male, born Tennessee.

Eliza C. Day, age 13 (born circa 1837), female, born Tennessee.

Elizabeth A. Day, age 6 (born circa 1844), female, born Tennessee.

Gardner C. Day, age 4 (born circa 1846), male, born Tennessee.

Seaborn C. Day, age 2 (born circa 1848), male, born Tennessee.

Rhodom Literal, age 83 (born circa 1767), male, born Virginia.

Mary Literal, age 60 (born circa 1790), Female, born South Carolina.

 

Name: Rodham Littrell

State: KY

County: Lincoln County

Township: No Township Listed

Year: 1800

Record Type: Tax list

Database: KY Early Census Index

 

Most of the census records seem to indicate that Mary (Peaceful) Littrell was born around 1790 which means that she could not have married in 1796 at the age of 6.I suspect that either this Rhodham did not marry Mary Peaceful and that he married a different Mary at a later date OR Mary (Peaceful) Littrell is not giving her correct age on all the census records.This should be investigated further.

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Child of Rodham Luttrell and Hannah is:

††††† 280†††††††† i.†† Rodhom12 Luttrell, born 1792.

 

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Children of Rodham Luttrell and Mary Peaceful are:

††††† 281†††††††† i.†† George12 Luttrell, born 1815 - 1820.

 

1840 Lawrence County, Tennessee; Roll: 531; Page: 146.

Henry Lutrell

Males:1 age 5-10 (born 1830-1835); 1 age 20-30 (born 1810-1820).

Females:1 age 5-10 (born 1830-1835); 1 age 20-30 (born 1810-1820).

(Listed on same page as Rodham Luttrell)

 

††††† 282††††††† ii.†† Margaret Luttrell, born circa 1816 in Lawrence County, Tennessee.She married Joshua Day; born circa 1810 in South Carolina.

 

1850 District 3, Lawrence County, Tennessee; Roll: M432_886; Page: 321; Image: 634.

Joshua Day, age 40 (born circa 1810), male, farmer, born South Carolina.

Margaret Day, age 34 (born circa 1816), female, born Tennessee.

Mary M. Day, age 15 (born circa 1835), female, born Tennessee.

James R. Day, age 8 (born circa 1842), male, born Tennessee.

Eliza C. Day, age 13 (born circa 1837), female, born Tennessee.

Elizabeth A. Day, age 6 (born circa 1844), female, born Tennessee.

Gardner C. Day, age 4 (born circa 1846), male, born Tennessee.

Seaborn C. Day, age 2 (born circa 1848), male, born Tennessee.

Rhodom Literal, age 83 (born circa 1767), male, born Virginia.

Mary Literal, age 60 (born circa 1790), Female, born South Carolina.

 

+††† 283†††††† iii.†† Seburn Litteral, born circa 1819 in Lawrence County, Tennessee.

+††† 284†††††† iv.†† Eli Franklin C. Literal, born circa 1826 in Lawrence County, Tennessee.

 

 

†††† 144.Colonel John11 Luttrell III (John10, John9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born 1733 in Westmoreland County, Virginia, and died February 1782 in Orange County, North Carolina.He married Susannah Hart 1772 - 1774 in North Carolina350.She was born circa 1743, and died August 05, 1827 in Fleming County, Kentucky.

 

John Luttrell; birth 1733, went to North Carolina, in 1770 where he became clerk of the Crown for Orange County. He acquired a fortune as a member of the Henderson Company which came to own great amounts of land in Tennessee. In 1776 Daniel Boone with Judge Richard Henderson and associates made a treaty with the Indians on behalf of themselves in which they gained title to the vast "Transylvania" tract of land. A deed recorded in Knox County in 1800 shows the transfer of 190,000 acres of land from the estate of John Luttrell to a John Williams. John Luttrell was a Lieutenant Colonel in the army during the Revolutionary War; he was killed by Torries in 1782.

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JOHN LUTTRELL, associated with Col. Richard Henderson and other men of capital, namely Thomas Hart, John Williams, James Hogg, Math. Hart, David Hart, Leonard M. Bulloch, William Johnson.They paid 10,000 pds. Sterling in merchandise, to the Indians for certain lands in 1775 at that time an enormous sum.Purchase named Transylvania, 9 Proprietors contemplated a separate and independent government but in a memorial address to the Continental Congress 1775, they asked for Transylvania to be added to the United Colonies.The land purchased was all of South Kentucky river beginning at the mouth or junction said river with Ohio to it's source thence south into Tennessee until a westerly line should cross the Cumberland Mts. So as to strike the ridge which divides the waters of the Tennessee river from those of Cumberland with that ridge to the Ohio river and with that river to the mouth of the Kentucky river.It included most of the land now known as Kentucky and Tennessee.The company took possession April 20, 1775 but the Government of North Carolina issued a proclamation declaring the purchase illegal, Virginia did the same.Later North Carolina allowed them 200,000 acres, Virginia declared a similar grant, State of Tennessee also.Judge Henderson opened land office in Nashville, then the French Lick for sale of those lands.JOHN LUTTRELL of Cheatham County, North Carolina was clerk of the Crown at Hillsboro 1770, before the Revolution.Col. In the American army during the Revolutionary evidently childless.Willed land to his widow Susan Hart and his brothers, William, Hugh, and Thomas Luttrell of Westmoreland County, Virginia.His widow paid cash to William and Hugh Luttrell for their share in land in Tennessee.She was the daughter of John Hart of North Carolina.Beginning with the Revolution in Virginia there were:Rodham, John, Richard, and Michael Luttrell, all soldiers in the war.

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From Tennessee Cousins book, Page 11:

The Watauga was instituted in 1772, at Elizabethton, Tennessee.

 

Wataugians who fought in the wars of the country. Nowithstanding the fact that Wataugians had to furnish its own goverment, its settlers helped to defend the general goverment, and took part in some of the fierce fighting that was done. In Evan Shelby's company at the battle of Point Pleasant in 1774, several Wataugans, who had volunteared, whose names are familiar in the records of the Watauge Settlement, Included among these were:

 

John Sawyer,†††††††††††† John Findley,†††††††††††† John Williams,†††††††††††† James Robertson,

Valentine Sevier,†††††† George Ruddel, †††††††Emanual Choate,†††††† Abram Bogard,

William Tucker,††††††††† John Fain,†††††††††††††††††† Samuel Vance,††††††††††† Samuel Fain,†††††††

Samuel Handley,†††††† Geo. Armstrong,†††††† Robert Handley,††††††† Mack Williams,

Conrad Nave,††††††††††† John Stewart,††††††††††† Elijah Robertson,††††††† Rees Price,†††††††

Charles Fielder,††††††† Richard Holloway,††† Andrew Goff,†††††††††††††† Henry Spann,

Jarret Williams,††††††† Julius Robertson,

 

and others, some of whom I have omitted because in doubt.After that engagament the Indians gave up their claims to all lands South of the Ohio and Daniel Boone and Judge Richard Henderson and associates made a treaty in be half of theselvas in which they evoked a title from some of the indians to the great "Transyvanie" tract of land, afterwards annulled so far as they were concerned.

The names of Judge Henderson and associates in this deal were:

Richard Henderson,††††††† Thomas Hart,††††††† Judge John Williams,

James Hogg,†††††††††††††† Nathaniel Hart,†††††††† Leonard Henley Billock,

*John Luttrell,†††††††††††††† William Johston,

 

In 1776 our Wataugn friends, then holding titles to their lands direct from the Indians, petitioned the Legislature of North Carolina for annexation to that "Province", in response to which they were "noticed" and the county of Washington, N. C. established in 1777.

 

I am still collecting data on the LUTTRELL, HART, PRESTON and PATTON families of IRELAND, and the information on the land granted to the PATTON family by the KING; 200,000 acres in Virginia. The PATTONS were ship builders in IRELAND. The PATTONS served under the KING in the ROYAL NAVY. They came to AMERICA by way of CANADA. I do believe that COL. JOHN LUTTRELL was only trying to collect on the land of his grandmothers birth right. We find much written on this and all I find will be added later.-- Juanita L. Berrian, E-mail jberriansac.verio.net.

 

WILL of COL. JOHN LUTRELL/LUTRELL 1775

 

In the name of God, Amen. I, John Lutrell, of Orange County in the province of North Carolina of sound mind and memory do make and constitute this my last will and testament, in manner and form following. This first my will and desire is that the monees and profits arising from the sales, rents or leases of my share of the lands purchased by Richard HENDERSON and Company, of the Cherokee Indians on the waters of the Mississippi River, be aplied towards defraying and paying all my just debts and lawfull debts and that one third of the residue of the said lands to be given unto my three brothers Thomas LUTRELL, Hugh LUTREL and William LUTRELL to them and their heirs and assigns forever. Secondly; my will and desire is that my beloved wife, Susannah Lutrell have the residue of my estate both real and personal until the time that my child or children that she is now great with shall arive to the age of twenty one years or get married whichever of them circumstances first happens. My will is that my estate be equally divided between them to them and their heirs or assigns forever, but if it should so happen that my wife should no be with child or that her child she is now great with should die before it arives to twenty one years of or gets married as before mentioned in that case it is my desire that after the sequence paid my brothers and my just debts satisfied my estate be at her disposal to do with as she pleases. In testimony where of I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 20th day of March 1775.

 

†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† J. LUTRELL (seal)

 

Signed Sealed Notified of us Jesse BENTON

Thomas FAMAR, Nathan HENDERSON

Orange County set February Court 1782

 

The Execution of the within will was duly proved in open Court by the oath of Jesse BENTON a subscribing witness thereto and ordered to be recorded.

 

††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† †††††††††††††††††††Test Jess BENTON c.c.

State of North Carolina

 

More About COL. JOHN LUTRELL LUTTRELL:

Fact 1: 1772, First Government on the Watauga

Fact 2: At Elizabethton, Tennessee

Fact 3: 1774, Transylvania tract of land (Cherokee Land) on the Miss. River was in his Will.

Fact 4: 1776, Province

Fact 5: 1777, Washington NC. Established

Fact 6: 1775, child born to him and wife Susannah

Fact 7: 1775, Will made

Fact 8: 1782, killed in North Carolina

Fact 10: See notes for more information

Fact 11: on John Luttrell

Fact 12: 1712, John Luttrell was his Father b. 1712

Fact 13: 1734, Catherine Thomas Mother d.1734 John b. ca. 1740, d. 1781 Chatham County, N.C. killed in conflict during Rev. War between Gen. John Butler on one side and Cols. Fanning & Hector McNiel on the other.John taught school a few years in Westmoreland County, Va. before moving to N.C. ca. 1768 where he m. ca. 1772 Susanna Hart only dau. of John Hart out of Hanover County, Va.John was a Colonel during the War & received a land grand for 2,262 acres.As one of the Proprietors of the Transylvania Company, he owned vast amounts of land in Kentucky & Tennessee.He was living at Ft. Boonesborough, Ky. in 1775.John died without issue.Susanna m. 1783 John Umstead, physician of Orange County, N.C.John was administrator of father's estate Feb. 1767, Richmond County, Va.

Source:Glenna L. Deal Manuscript, 1939

 

More About Colonel John Luttrell III:

Cause of Death: Killed by Torriesover the "Transylvania" tract of land in North Carolina.350

Residence: circa 1768, North Carolina

Will: March 20, 1775, Orange County, North Carolina (Proved Feb. 1782)

 

Notes for Susannah Hart:

Suannah or Suzannah Hart: Info from, Ruby Umstattd Byland records.Family Bible in hands of Charles N. & Lousea Houghton Umstattd, Hannibal, Missouri as per letter by Dr. Wendell H. McChord, October 27, 1988 Place of death may have been Bloomington, IN.After the death of Col. John Luttrell, Susannah married John Umstead or Umstattd, Nicholas John. The 5 children; had to be from her 2nd husbands, 1st wife.

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Children of John Luttrell and Susannah Hart are:

††††† 285†††††††† i.†† James12 Luttrell, born in Westmoreland County, Virginia.

††††† 286††††††† ii.†† child Luttrell, born 1775 - 1776; died 1775.Stillborn.

 

 

†††† 146.Richard11 Luttrell, Sr. (John10, John9, James8, Richard7, Robert6, Thomas5, Richard4, Thomas3, Christopher2, Robert1) was born 1735 in Westmoreland County, Virginia, and died November 11, 1790 in Westmoreland County, Virginia (or 1800 in Amherst County, Virginia).He married Sarah Churchwell 1754 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.She was born 1732 in Westmoreland County, Virginia, and died November 25, 1790 in Amherst County, Virginia (or 1792).

 

Richard Luttrell m. Sarah Churchwell.About 1764 the family moved to a farm near Rockfish Creek, in Amherst County, Virginia the last two of the children born were William and John Luttrell.

 

Richard Luttrell and his sons James and Richard, Jr. served in the Revolutionary War.Richard Sr., served in the Virginia Troops under the command of Gen. George Rogers Clark in the Illinois Campaign. The land conquered from the British in this campaign became the Northwest Territory and later formed the state of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, and part of Minnesota. For his services Richard was given a grant of 108 acres of land in the present state of Illinois which he sold in July of 1789.

 

Amherst County, Virginia land records show his continued presence in Virginia in the years 1787, 1788 and 1794. They remained in Amherst County, Virginia until death.

 

Littrell (Luttrell) Richard : Amherst County, Virginia (Deed book G, p. 478, 1794) power of attorney.

 

Tennessee Cousins, Page 222

RICHARD LUTTRELL and his wife SARAH CHURCHWELL (probable daughter of a JAMES CHURCHWELL. grandson of SAMUEL CHURCHWELL) had the following children:

 

1. JAMES CHURCHWELL LUTTRELL, who we KNOW ( Burgess Vol. 1 p. 162) was born in WESTMORELAND COUNTY, Feb. 12, 1755, and died in KNOX COUNTY, Tennessee, in 1846.

2. RICHARD LUTTRELL (b. 1861) whowas commissioned by THOMAS JEFFERSON in 1780.

3. JOHN LUTTRELL who married ANNISJACKSON, daughter of PETERJACKSON.

4. WILLIAM LUTTRELL (who died in 1813)married ELIZABETH WITT, daughter of JOHN WITT.

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Children of Richard Luttrell and Sarah Churchwell are:

+††† 288†††††††† i.†† James Churchwell12 Luttrell I, born February 12, 1755 in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died November 01, 1848 in Knox County, Tennessee.

+††† 289††††††† ii.†† Mary Luttrell, born circa 1757 in Westmoreland County, Virginia, or Amherst County, Virginia; died 1802 - 1809 in Knox County, Tennessee.

††††† 290†††††† iii.†† Hannah Luttrell, born 1759 in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died 1808 - 1862.She married John Mack Leek before 1792 in Virginia; born 1758 in Amherst County, Virginia; died August 24, 1840 in Virginia.

††††† 291†††††† iv.†† Susannah Luttrell, born 1761 in Westmoreland County, Virginia.She married John Bell May 21, 1792 in Amherst County, Virginia.

††††† 292††††††† v.†† Richard Luttrell, Jr., born 1761 - 1763 in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died September 03, 1840 in Botetourt County, Virginia.He married (1) Francis Hambleton 1783; born in Westmoreland County, Virginia; died 1820 in Botetourt County, Virginia.He married (2) Jane (Welch) Champe August 26, 1830; born in Betetourt County, Virginia.

 

HISTORY OF VIRGINIA, (Vol.6) Page 270-271, American Historical Society, 1924

 

HUGH M. LUTTRELL

IVANHOE FARM

FAUQUIER CO. VIRGINIA

 

Hugh M. Luttrell.To say that Hugh M. Luttrell is master ofIvanhoe Farm, one of the pure bred stock farms of Fauquier County, is to give him a high and widely recognized tribute as one of the most successful stockmen of Virginia, one whose prize products have been exhibited not only in state but national shows and fairs.

 

Mr. Luttrell represents a Colonial Virginia family.The Luttrell's originally lived in France, went from there to England, thence to Ireland and from Ireland came to America in the early part of the eighteenth century, settling in Prince William County, Virginia.Richard Luttrell, son of the first Richard Luttrell, through the influence of Thomas Jefferson was commissioned an ensign from Fauquier County in the Revolution, and after the close of the war for independence he was appointed by President Thomas Jefferson, governor ofIllinois Territory.†† Richard Luttrell married a Miss Frances Hambleton.They were the parents of James Richard Luttrell, who married a Miss Bywaters, and by that union had one son and three daughters.The son was Burrell Edmond Luttrell, father of the proprietor ofIvanhoe.

 

Burrell Edmond Luttrell was a Confederate soldier, acting as a recruiting officer for Gen. J.E.B. Stuart and General Beauregard.He was captured at the battle ofStrasburg, Virginia, and was confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, until the end of the war.He was a native of Culpeper County, had a liberal education, was a teacher after the war and he then settled down to the business of farming, which had been the occupation of his ancestors for generations.

 

He became the owner of the old Nelson farm, Locust Grove, in Rappahannock County, and was a breeder of pedigreed cattle and sheep.He died at Locust Grove in 1912, at the age of seventy-six.He was one of the courtly old citizens of his time, and was a devout Baptist.B. E. Luttrell married Mary Nelson, daughter of James Richard Nelson, of Culpeper County and a descendant of the famous old General and governor Nelson ofRevolutionary times.James Richard Nelson was a farmer, and his wife was Elizabeth Bywaters.Mrs. B. E. Luttrell died in 1909 and she and her husband are buried at Amissville, Virginia.†† They reared a family of seven sons and one daughter. Capitola; wife of John S. Hughes, now a resident of Richmond; Richard Edmond, a Rappahannock ,County farmer who married Miss Ada Browning; Hugh Montgomery; Frank, a farmer in Rappahonnock, County; Charles, who died unmarried at the age of twenty-four; Warren, who died while a Baptist missionary in India; Russell, in the insurance and loan business at Falls church, Virginia; and John A, an insurance man at Waynesboro, Pensylvania.

 

Hugh Montgomery Luttrell was born at Olive, Culpeper County, Virginia, January 18, 1868.He grew up in Rappahannock County, and was well educated, attending the Virginia Military Academy at Culpeper Court House and RichmondCollege.His early training on the farm decided him in his course of a vocation, and after a year of ranching experience in California he returned to Virginia and established himself at Ivanhoe, and from the first has specialized in the raising of high grade stock. For many years he bred and showed hunting horses, but from that he concentrated his attention on Aberdeen Angus cattle and Poland China hogs.As a horse breeder he won several hundred prizes, exhibiting his stock at the important horse shows of the country, and has ribbons by the boxfull.He raised "Bowling" and brought out "Eagle" and"Willow King" as well as "Majesty."In the cattle industry he showed the Red Polled for five years, and later his Aberdeen Angus cattle were exhibited at the Chicago International Stock Show, winning several seconds.He won the junior championship of the State Fair three years in succession, owning the grand champion steer at the Richmond State Fair, and two dozen silver cups and vases in his home indicate to what extent his exhibits have been considered in competition with other prize stock horses, Hogs, Wheat and Corn grown at Ivanhoe has been awarded an aggregate of 530 ribbons.

 

With a long and successful experience as a stock breeder Mr. Luttrell hs contributed of his experience to the benefit of others and has written a number of articles for magazines on stock breeding and animal husbandry. He was one of the founders of the Fauquier Agricultural Society and its President for ten years, and that he isone of the most prominent men in the agricultural industry today is indicated. By the fact that he is Vice President of the Virginia State Fair Association, Vice President of the State Farmers Union, President of the Fauquier County farmers Union and President of the Virginia Aberdeen Angus Association.

 

The old home at Ivanhoe was built seventy-eight years ago by Lewis F. Marshall, a nephew of Chief Justice Marshall.This residence was burned in 1895, and the present owner of Ivanhoe replaced it with a modern mansion located opposite the old home ofChief Justice Marshall, Oak Hill.It is also near the birthplace of the Confederate General Turner Ashby, and not far away is the home of Admiral Jones of the United States Navy.During the war between the states, Ivanhoe was in the path of General Jackson' army and Col. John S. Mosby's troops as they went up and down skirmishing and campaigning.At that time Lewis F. Marshall was occupying Ivanhoe, and some of his sons were in the Confederate army battling for the cause of the South.

 

Mr. Luttrell was reared a Baptist, but is now a member of the Presbyterian Church and one of the trustees of the Westminster congregation at Delaplane.He cast his first presidential ballot for Grover Cleveland, and has never failed to cast his ballot for the national head of the party since then.

 

In Westminster Church at Delaplane, July 10, 1894, Mr. Luttrell Married Miss Atlanta Singleton, who was born at Baltimore, August 19, 1867, daughter of Andrew Jackson Singleton. She was the only child of her parents to grow to maturity, and was educated in the Carey School in Baltimore.Mr. And Mrs. H. M. Luttrell have one daughter and two sons: Mary Singleton Luttrell who finished her education in May Baldwin Seminary; Hugh M. Jr. and Singleton Luttrell.The sons are assisting their father in the management of Ivanhoe farm.