"Bailiffs & Sheriffs of Dublin City, 1308 - 1884."
Luttrell, Adam - 1571
Luttrell, John - 1563. 1567.
Luttrell, Simon - 1532
From INDEX TO THE ACT OR GRANT BOOKS, AND TO THE ORIGINAL WILLS, OF THE DIOCESE OF DUBLIN (c. 1638) TO THE YEAR 1800 - APPENDIX TO THE TWENTY-SIXTH REPORT OF THE DEPUTY KEEPER OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS AND KEEPER OF THE STATE PAPERS IN IRELAND, 1895, pg. 540
From "The Civil Survey, A. D. 1654-1656, Vol. VII, County of Dublin"
"Index of Proprietors ('Irish Papists')"
Luttrell, Thomas pg. 3
From "The Civil Survey, A. D. 1654-1656, County of Meath, Vol. V"
"An Alphabeticall Index of the Names of Such Irish Papists As Were Proprietors Of Lands In The Barrony Of Dulleeke In Ye Yeare 1640"
Simon Lutterall pgs 41: 43: 51
James L. 1587 not PC - possibly rel to Richard & Robt of Dublin (see Wills)
Notes in red are those of webmaster - feel free to contact me regarding any of these - esp. if you have documentation.
"PC" = "Parish of Clonsilla" from "History of County Dublin" by Ball
No ref in PC to these William L
James L. d. 1557 m. Sarsfield 1556 per PC
James L - Dublin 1660 - the immigrant to America 1661/7? Does it refer to a WILL or other record (such as land sale)? If WILL, then James the immigrant would have been James, Jr. and he wouldn't be 60 when children born.
Stephen, Sir Thomas & Thomas of Luttrellstown all in PC
Is Thomas (m. A Warren) 1671 the "only surviving son of Thomas L. of Luttrellstown who died 1634? He was said to have "settled in Westmeath; educ. in England" PC
"Irish Pedigrees" shows "Thomas who m. Alice Warren and had two sons and two daughters".
John L probably not son of Thomas Luttrell of Luttrellstown (d. 1634) as Thomas L. of co. Westmeath "only surviving son" as of abt 1663 per PC.
No ref to Patr. or Richard in PC
Are Adam L and John L brothers?
Is Simon L their father?
Same Symon L who is merchant with 1540 will?
or Simon of Russardstown with 1577 will?
Sir Thomas L of Luttrellstown (d. 1554) had brother Simon who d. bef. 1554 and son John who d. 1620
John L. d. 1620 - son of Sir Thomas L of Luttrellstown (d. 1554) per PC - therefore b. bef 1554
Robert L. 1730 - Son of Col. Henry L?
Simon L. 1597 - 3rd son of Sir Thomas L. (who d. 1554)
Symon L, 1540 will - bro. of Sir Thomas of Luttrellstown (d. 1554)?
Richard L. d. 1634, son of Robert L. d. 1595. Richard L. father of James the immigrant to America abt 1661/7
Robert L. 1595 - son of Sir Thomas L (d. 1554)
Nicholas L., d. 1567, was cousin of Sir Thomas L (d. 1554), had "numerous family" per PC
Col. Henry Luttrell of Luttrellstown
IRISH PEDIGREES shows "William L. (d. 1676) of Corn Market who m. Mary English"
"Irish Pedigrees" show "William L. of Belgad, who d. 1730: son of Thomas"
Thomas L (d. 1673) same ? as
m. Alice Warren with 2 s & 2 dau - William of Belgad (d. 1730), Thomas L.-merchant, Mary (m. Fitzwilliam) & Anne (m. Talbot of Malahide)
"Irish Pedigrees" show "William L. of Corn Market who d. 1676, m. Mary English"
From "Indexes to Irish Wills", edited by W. P. W. Phillimore and Gertrude Thrift, orig. publ. 1909
From the "Census of Ireland - circa 1659, With Supplementary Material from the Poll Money Ordinances (1660 - 1661)", edited by Seamus Pender, M. A. (lecturer in History, Univ. College, Cork), publ. 1939
County of Dublin, Barony of Castleknocke, Parish of Malahiddart, Poocestowne - 20 people (3 Eng - 17 Irish) - Tituladoes Names - Thomas Luttrell, esq.
County of Dublin, Barony of Castleknocke, Parish of Clonsillagh, Luttrellstowne - 31 people (16 Eng. - 15 Irish)
Tituladoes Names - Sir William Berry, Knt.
County of Dublin, Barony of Neithercross, Parish of Finglass, Finglas - 92 people (36 Eng - 56 Irish) - Tituladoes Names - . . . Nicholas Luttrell, gent. . . .
County of Meath, Barony of Ratouth, Parish of Rathregan, Poorestowne - 5 people (5 Irish) - Tituladoes Names - Michaell Litterell, gent.
This is during "Commonwealth" period. Luttrells are dispossessed of Luttrellstown by Parliamentarians until 1663.
Not all Luttrell references in this document are shown below
Oct 1539 – reference to Robert Luttrell in
St Catherine’s Parish. . .”a yard there (St. Olave’s Parish) held by Robert Lutterell worth 4s. . . .
8 Mar 1534 – ref.to Robert Lutterell of Dublin, carpenter
Nov 1543 – ref to property granted to William, s.of Thomas Luttrell, and Joan Brown his wife (of Wm.)
Dec 1547 – ref to property in co. Dublin granted (by Will?) to “Thomas Lutrell of Tyrrelliston, husbandman”
1555 - Will Patrick Fynglas mentions Andrew Luttrell and his sister Ellin Plunket
1582Janet Luttrell, widow of Walter Locke of Culmyne, co. Dublin and William Luttrell w/adjacent properties
20 Apr 1599 - document witnessed by Henry Luttrell, lessee of Giltons, Co.Kildare; mark by James Luttrell
12 May 1603 - Edward Luttrell, witness to attornment on property document re several Cusacks
1591 - William Luttrell of Terrelston and Richard Luttrell of Terrelston witness to "livery of seisin" on document. William Luttrell also noted as "tenant of Luttrellston"
8 Feb 1606. Grant by John Bremingham of Dunfert. Edward Luttrell, gent., attorney to deliver seisin
Simon Luttrell, A
18 May 1694. Kilmainham.
Simon Luttrell of Luttrellstowne, esq. outlawed and attainted at Kilmainham on 6 Apr 1691 for high treason at Swords on 20 Aug 1689
10 Feb 1623 deed. . . grant of various lands in co. Dublin to . . . and John Luttrell of Killeighe. Witnesses include Thomas and Alexander Luttrell
Pg 489Deed. English. Leading the uses of a recovery to be suffered by Simon Luttrell of Luttrellstown, esq., recoverer Peter Reade of Dublin, gent., of lands in . . .Lucan, Lutherstown, . . . Clonsillagh. . .and other properties. . . “to be held to the use of Simon Luttrell for life then to his eldest s. by Catherine Newcomen, alias Luttrell” . . . “to Simon’s heirs male by any other wife, to Henry Luttrell, Simon’s brother” . . . “to Thomas, Simon’s third brother, for life, and then to his son’s successively in t.m., to Robert Luttrell of Symonstowne, co. Kildare, gent., Simon’s uncle. . .
to Michael, s. of Oliver Luttrell of Tankardstowne, gent., to Patrick another s. of Oliver
to William Luttrell of Old Cornmarket, Dublin
to Oliver s. of Robert Luttrell of Liscarten, gent.,
to Michael another son,
to Stephen Luttrell of co. Kildare, gent.,
to Henry bro. of Stephen,
to Patrick s. of James Luttrell of Dublin, chirurgen,
to Luke, another son of James,
to William Luttrell of Dublin, baker,
to Richard Luttrell of Naas, chandler, and
to Patrick Luttrell of Naas, shoemaker, all in t.m., and finally to Simon’s right heirs forever provided that if Simon die without heirs male and Catherine survive him, she shall have the house, mill and demesne of Luttrellstown in addition to the jointure appointed to her by a deed of 16 Aug 1672 between Thomas Luttrell of Lutrellstone and Sir Thomas Newcomen of Sutton, co. Dublin, Francis Barnewall of Beggstowne, co. Meath, esq., & Jenico viscount Gormanstown & that is she bear him a posthumous child, she shall maintain it until age 21, . . . (multiple other conditions and terms).
This document provides greater definition to previously unconnected Luttrells who are close relatives (uncles, cousins, etc.) to Col. Simon Luttrell and the Luttrells of Luttrellstown, co. Dublin, IR. GEL