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The history of the family LUTTRELL
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"Dominus Galfridus Louterell me fieri fecit"
'The Lord Geoffrey Luttrell
caused me to be made'
reads the inscription  above the illustration of Sir Geoffrey Luttrell, his wife Agnes de Sutton, and daughter-in-law Beatrice le Scrope.  The illustration is from "one of the most famous manuscripts in the world",
THE LUTTRELL PSALTER,
written and illuminated in England early in the 14th century for Sir Geoffrey Luttrell of Irnham in Lincolnshire.  This Sir Geoffrey was the great-great grandson of Geoffrey Luttrell, a "privy counselor" to King John and a "Rebel Baron on the field in 1215" at the signing of the Magna Carta.  This "original" Sir Geoffrey was very possibly the "father" of us all.
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The Luttrell Psalter
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The poignant story of Richard Luttrell of Illinois as told by NBC's Dateline
This page was last updated on: March 30, 2014
Lone Survivor” hits theaters in New York City and Los Angeles on December 27, 2013, and the rest of the U.S. on January 10, 2014

LONE SURVIVOR - a remarkably true story by Navy Seal Marcus Luttrell
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of Vietnam Veteran
Richard Luttrell 
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With a documented history stretching back a thousand years, Dunster Castle on the Somerset coast is one of Britain’s oldest and most intriguing great buildings, its turrets evoking centuries of siege warfare, dark deeds, bloodshed and treachery.
Dunster’s rich and colourful story covers more than nine hundred years of intermittent warfare. Only two families have owned and occupied the castle,
from the Norman Conquest in 1066 which led to its construction right through to the 20th century.  The Luttrells, the second of these families, remained in charge for 21 generations and six hundred years. These families and their knights, some worthy of their shining armour, others less honourable, brought peace and warfare, treachery and glory to the castle in equal measure down the years.
Jim Lee worked full time for the National Trust at Dunster Castle for 20 years. Few people are better qualified to tell its extraordinary story.

Dunster - A Castle at War
by Jim Lee
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