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James Luttrell
(the immigrant)
(Because info at left, with b. 1630, seems to skip a generation, this info seems to fit better.  Webmaster)
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compiled by Glenna L. Deal, 1987
posted to genforum by Marcine (Amelung) Lohman

b. ca. 1650, Ireland (info source?)
 transported to Virginia as servant in 1671/2 *?
 transported to Maryland as servant 19 Mar 1677 *?
returned to Virginia, Northumberland Co.; 
m. Susannah ________ 
bought 100 acres from Dennis CORNWALL; 
d. 1698. 
Susannah appointed administratrix of his estate 15 June 1698. 

(Laurance Robinson received 1350 acres, Northampton Co., Va. 23 Mar l671/2 for transport of 27 persons. 
James LATTERELL, one of those transported – Cavaliers & Pioneers, Vol. II)
Parents of James Luttrell

some say (see info at left)
Richard Luttrell, d. 1633 Dublin, IR
and Ann Cusack

Birth date would indicate Richard and Ann
are James' grandparents (but what is date source?)

"A Timeline of the Luttrells in Ireland"
The link is on Ireland page of

Children of James and Susannah:

1.       John b. 10 Nov 1691, d. 1761, Northumberland Co. 

2.       Richard, b. ca. 1693, d. 1766, Fauquier Co., Va.
 (will 10 Sept 1764, pr. 26 May 1766); 
m. ca. 1720 Mary LAWRENCE(?): 
received warrant for 354 acres on Brent Town Run, Stafford Co., later Fauquier Co. from the proprietors of the 
Northern Neck, 15 Dec 1721/2; land surveyed and warrant issued 12 Mar 1722/23 in Lancaster Co., Va.

3.       James b. ca. 1695, d. _____ Northumberland Co.; 

4.       Daughters (?)

"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. . . ."

"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. . . ."

"Signed sealed and del' in presence of us.
William Stevens     John White"
posted by Marcine Lohman (Amelung)
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