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Information about

Richard Luttrell
of Tankardstown, County Meath, Ireland
d. Oct 1633

Son of Robert Luttrell (d. 1594/95) and Elizabeth Rochfort of Tankardstown, County Meath, Ireland

m. Anne Cusack, dau. of Robert Cusack

Children of Richard Luttrell and Anne Cusack

Oliver, of Tankardstown; m. Jane Plunkett
James,  b. Tankardstown, County Meath; 
(some researchers show b. 1630 & m. Mary Bathe)
Jane* m. Rowland Plunket of Cocklestown
Mary m. to George Bathe of Edickstown, co. Meath”

“Sir Thomas Luttrell of Luttrellstown married (1) Anne Aylmer, d/o Bartholomew Aylmer, esq. of Lyons, Co. Kildare and by her had two sons and two daughters. . .
Richard – his heir
Robert – married Elizabeth, 2nd dau of Robert Rochfort Esq. of Kilbride and was father of Richard Luttrell, esq. of Tankardstown, Co. Meath, who married Anne, dau of Robert Cusack of Cussington, co. Meath and d. in Oct. 1633 leaving two sons and two daughters, viz. (1) Oliver of Tankardstown; (2) James; (1) Jane married to Rowland Plunket of Cocklestown; and (2) Mary m. to George Bathe of Edickstown, co. Meath”

(From Burke’s Extinct Peerages. . . A Genealogical History of the Dormant: Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct ...  By Sir Bernard Burke  pg 340)

"1634 - Richard Luttrell, Dublin"
(from "Index to Prerogative Wills of Ireland", pg. 294)

* "Walter Luttrell, 20, was "licensed to go beyond the seas" and on 2 May 1635 was transported from London to Barbados on the Alexander, Mr. Gilbert Grimes under Captain Burke. Of interest, there were also aboard Edward, 20; Thomas, 28, (b. ca 1607) and Rowland 18 PLUNKETT. The name Rowland Plunkett has been documented as the husband of Jane Luttrell, daughter of Richard Luttrell and Anne Cusak."
(Marcine Lohman / Plunkett Family forum / 16 May 2001 / Msg 818)

​from The Description of Ireland: And the State Thereof as it is at this Present ...
edited by Edmund Hogan 1878

Members of Parliament in 1585
“Rising out of Skreen. . .Sir T. Cusack of Lismullen. . .Cusack of Gerardston. . .Duleeke – L. of Gormanston . . . Jn. Cusake of Cusingstone . . .Rising Out – L. Viscount Gormanston 8. . .Navan . . .Rob. Rochfort of Kilbride. . .Geo. Cusake of Rathallrone. . .Js. Cusake of Tullegharde. . .Th. Luttrell of Tankardstown. . .Dece. . .Jn. Cusake of Troneblie. . .Rising Out of Deece and Moyfenragh. . .B. Cusake 1. . .Lune. . .Jn. Rochfort of Keranston. . . Rising out of Lune—. . . Rochford of Keranston 1

"Rob. R. (Rochford) of Kilbryde, ancestor of N Lord Belfield, brought 4 archers on horseback to the general Hosting at Tara in 1593 for the barony of Navan and one for that of Ratoath; he m. a dau. of Chief Baron Sir Lucas Dillon, and had 6 sons and 4 daughters. His son and heir, John, was 23 years old in 1598; his sons-in-law were Sir W. Dongan of Castleton Kildrought, and Luttrell of Tancardstown in Meath.— Lodge.

“The Chief Gentlemen” - . . . Cusack of Lismollin, Cusack of Cufyngston, Cusack of Gerardston, 
Cusack of Rahalion [Rathlion], Cusack of Ballunalheu, Cusack of Trubloy1, Cusack of Cloneard, Cusack of Clomochain,. . . Luttrell of Tancardston, . . . Rochforde of Kilbride.