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(info from "The Luttrell Family in Virginia" by Rev. Terril Littrell, Ph. D)
Born abt. 1690 in Prince William Co., VA
Son of Robert and Ann Luttrell
(immigrants from Ireland)
Simon, lived in Prince William and Westmoreland Cos, VA.
Thomas, died early in life.
He married around 1715 and settled in Fauquier Co., VA
Richard's will recorded (written) in Faquier Co., VA, Sept. 10, 1764
(Fauquier Co., VA, Will Book 1, Pg 95)
Will of Richard Luttrell, Sr. 1766
Fauquier County, Virginia, Will Book 1, Page 95
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.
WILL OF RICHARD LUTTRELL, SR 1766
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.
Richard X Luttrell
Signed sealed and delivered by said Richard Luttrell on his Last Will and Testament.
HIS Edward X Lorrence Mark HIS Richard Luttrell Mark
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.
shown on Virginia Rent Rolls
per "Early American Series, Early Virginia, Vol I" by R. V. Jackson
for Fauquier Co., VA 1770
(Samuel listed twice)
for Fauquier Co., VA 1777
on a deed dtd 27 July 1745
"Richard Lutterel of Pr. William Co.
58 A. 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."
referred to in Richard Sr. Will as "my new patent of land containing 58 Acres" inh. by Richard Luttrell, Jr.
Some sources show this Richard as son of Robert Luttrell who was son of Simon of Luttrellstown, Co. Dublin, Ireland
Mary Carewick Dermont
Michael Dermont Will; dated 3 Feb 1730, probated 18 Apr 1733 , Prince William County, Virginia
Shows his daughter Mary Carewick married to Richard Luttrell. Their children listed in the will are Catherine, James, Richard and Michael.
Michael Dermont Sr's 1730 will, which is now in the Library of Virginia, lists his wife Mary, children Michael, Catherine, and Mary, and his grandson William Miller. It also proves his daughter Mary's marriage to his first neighbor on Town Run, Richard Luttrell, Esq., who received a grant for 354 acres adjoining the north boundary of Michael's 636 acres.
http://dearmontfamilyhistory.org/index.php Dearmont Family History
http://genforum.genealogy.com/luttrell/messages/670.html by Marcine Lohman (Amelung)
Notes for Richard Luttrell:
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 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." By deed of 26 November 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 the 29 July 1745. By deed of 26 November 1760, Richard Luttrell, Sr., of Fauquier 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 Fauquier County was erected from Prince William on the 1 May 1759.
Richard luttrell gives a new meaning to an address change.When he established his home the area was called Northumberland. And the Parish was Hamilton, taken from Overwharton and became Dettington and Leeds Parish. .Prince William County split and Elk and Cedar Run became LEEDS Parish located in FAUQUIER County. Thus Richard had Northumberland in Overwharton ; Prince William in Hamilton.. finally Fauquier in Parish of Leeds. Fauquier was established in 1759. He never moved and still had an address change.
Richard purchased the land adjacent to Michael Dermont’s in 1722. Michael Dermont died in 1730 and mentions his grandchildren, the children of Richard and Mary Dermont. Richard and Mary Dermont must have married between 1722 and 1730, if Luttrell didn’t already know Dermonts before land grant.
Bought 240 acres adjacent to the south end of the 422-acre Michael Dermont, Sr, grant, Nov 26, 1760, Fauquier Co, VA. 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.
Census: Listed as a taxpayer in Hamilton Parish, 1751, Prince William Co, VA.
A List of Taxpayers for Hamilton Parish, 1751. (*)"A List of Taxpayers for Hamilton Parish, 1751" Newsletter of the Prince William County Genealogical Society, v. 10, no. 6 (December, 1991), pp. 43-45. Reprintd from "List of Taxpayers, Elk Run and Vicinity, 1751,"Bulletin of the Fauquier Historical Society, June 1923, pp. 239-242. The article states it is from the Account Book of Capt. John Crump, Sheriff of Prince William County, and that, "The original book was presented to the Fauquier Historical Society in 1922, by Col. Malcolm H. Crump, Bowling Green, Kentucky."
RE: Michael Dermont
Michael Dermont's first documented presence in Virginia is his 1712 grant for 248 acres of land on Accokeek Run in Stafford County, VA. The deed says that the land adjoined a Norman plantation and was already occupied by Michael.
Ten years later, in 1722, Michael received a grant for 636 acres of land on Town Run, near Negro Run, in Stafford County. In 1723 he sold the 248 acres purchased in 1712,
to Augustine Washington, father of George Washington.
In 1724 he purchased a grant of 422 acres which adjoined the 636 acres he had purchased in 1722.