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Copyright Glenn Luttrell 2020-21
   LAST UPDATED Nov 12, 2021


​b. ?  d. 12 Sep 1596

son of
Sir Thomas Luttrell of Luttrellstown

inherited Luttrellstown 15 Aug 1560 after death of brothers Christopher and James (d. 30 Apr 1557) and James' young son

Succeeded by Thomas (age 22 and unmarried)

m. (1) _____Gaydon m. (2) Elizabeth Finglas
inherited Luttrellstown abt 1560
1566 entered Lincoln's Inn as student
 THOMAS LUTTRELL (eldest son & heir) b. 1574
NICHOLAS LUTTRELL d. 1610 Will (3, 6)
_________LUTTRELL (dau.) m. Nicholas FitzSimons of Baldoyle
from Ball's "A History of the County Dublin"(3)
* this is not Simon Luttrell, the third or fourth.  This is the third or fourth Luttrell of Luttrellstown named Simon.  The red numerals are to keep the various "Simons" more easily distinguished from one another.
Irish Manuscripts (10)

UPDATE Nov 6, 2021
Other children of Simon Luttrell
(not named by FE Ball)
William, Robert, Richard, James & Henry
(see below)
From “Calendar of Inquisitions. . .by Griffith A.K.A "Irish Manuscripts" (10)
Eliz. 244/168 John Chevers, PM (post mortem) 23 May 1660
The manor of Carrickbrenan, alias Monkton, co. Dublin had been granted to
Richard Luttrell of Luttrellstown, gent. 26 Nov 1560 “for a sum of money”

This Richard "of Luttrellstown" is probably not the son of Simon.  He may be Simon's younger brother, son of Sir Thomas Luttrell, who was assumed by FE Ball and CEJ O'Brien to have predeceased his father (Sir Thomas died 1554).

In a footnote to the above. . .
Eliz. 244/168 John Chevers, PM (post mortem) 23 May 1660
In a deed. . .
“If the goods and Chattels of said John Chevers do not suffice to satisfy Thomas Luttrell of Luttrelliston for the sum due as the marriage portion of John’s 2nd dau., Eleanor, then feoffees are to be seised. . . .
W. to delivery of deed: - . . .James Luttrell.
Declaration of attornment by Henry Luttrell, lessee of Giltons, co. Kildare, 20 Apr 1599
Are James and Henry brothers of Thomas?
They are not brothers of Simon, Thomas’ father, acc. to FE Ball’s info.

NOTE: RE date of PM (post mortem - formal court proceeding after death) and date of this Will –
The PM is stating a record of the properties so the properties dates may be many years prior to the PM date.

1591 - William Luttrell of Terrelston and Richard Luttrell of Terrelston are both witness to "livery of seisin" on document. 
William Luttrell also noted as "tenant of Luttrellston"  (10)  "Calendar of Inquisitions. . ."
Many Luttrells were "tenants of Luttrellstown" - such as Luttrells of Tankardstown, 
Nicholas Luttrell at Clonsilla (who died in 1567/8 with "numerous family".

Richard Luttrell, PM
3 Nov 1625 Dublin. From CA. Not in calendar
Calendar of Inquisitions C I 6 (pg 409)

Thomas Luttrell of Luttrellston, esq. (son of Simon Luttrell)was seised of mes. in Dubin. In 9 James I (1611/12) he levied a fine of them without licence to Sir Gerald Aylmer, who alienated without licence to Richard Luttrell & his heirs. 
 Richard d. seised on 20 Oct 1621. Heir: -- bro. Robert, of age & married.
Richard, apparently, has no male children.  Robert is probably younger than Richard but old enough to marry.

Richard Luttrell of Luttrellstown, gent., 1602 "seised of large plot of ground & gardens  in suburbs of city of Dublin (20)