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QUESTION 101 Was the "original" Geoffrey            (d. 1215 -16), who was granted property in Ireland and England by King John, the "father" of the Luttrells of Ireland?

QUESTION 102  Did Sir Hugh Luttrell of Dunster have a son, Robert, from whom descended the Luttrells of Luttrellstown in Ireland?

QUESTION 201  Was the "original" Geoffrey Luttrell, long-time supporter and minister to King John, a "rebel" baron (in opposition to the King) at the signing of the Magna Carta in 1215?

QUESTION 301 An "Osbert Lotrel" is documented as a landowner in Normandy in 1180 and 1198.  This makes him a contemporary to the "original" Sir Geoffrey Luttrell.  Are there any subsequent records regarding the Osbert Lotrel family or any other of his "Luttrell" contemporaries (besides Geoffrey)?

QUESTION 401 Were there American Luttrells who fought in the American Revolutionary War?


QUESTION 402 Were there English Luttrells who fought in the American Revolutionary War?


From H. C. Maxwell-Lyte, "A History of Dunster"
From Ball's "A History of the County Dublin"
From "National Society Magna Charta Dames and Barons" and "A History of Dunster" by H. C. Maxwell Lyte
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