Humphrys genealogy

Genealogy research by Mark Humphrys.


Our common ancestors - Luttrell - Contents


Sir Andrew Luttrell, born c.1330,
of Chilton, Thorverton, Devon,
mar Elizabeth Courtenay [descendant of Edward I],
she died 7 August 1395,
they had issue:

Sir Hugh Luttrell, born c.1364,
of Dunster Castle in Somerset,
mar 1384 to Catherine Beaumont [dau of Sir John Beaumont by his 2nd wife Joan Crawthorne],
he died 1428,
she died 1435,
had issue:

  1. Elizabeth Luttrell, mar John Stratton and had issue:
    1. Elizabeth Stratton, mar John Andrews and had issue:

      1. Elizabeth Andrews, mar Thomas Windsor and had issue.

  2. Sir John Luttrell, mar Margaret de Audley and had issue:
    1. Sir James Luttrell, mar Elisabeth Courtenay [descendant of Edward I] and had issue:
      1. Sir Hugh Luttrell, mar Margaret Hill and had issue:

        1. Sir Andrew Luttrell,
          mar Margaret Wyndham [descendant of Edward I],
          had issue:

          1. Margaret Luttrell,
            mar Pierce Edgecumbe [or Piers, or Edgcumbe] of Mount Edgecumbe in Cornwall,
            had issue:

            1. Margaret Edgecumbe, born 1560,
              mar Sir Edward Denny, Knt [born 1548] and had issue.

Pierce Edgecumbe and his daughter Margaret mentioned on the tomb of Margaret's husband Sir Edward Denny in Waltham Abbey, Essex.

Margaret Edgecumbe.
From Victoria and Albert Museum.
Image used with permission of V&A Images/Victoria and Albert Museum.

Margaret Edgecumbe on her husband's tomb in Waltham Abbey, Essex.
Photo 2019. See full size.

Luttrell of Ireland

The unreliable [Burkes Extinct] says Sir Hugh Luttrell, born c.1364, above, is father of Robert Luttrell below.
But [Ball, vol.4, 1906] has Robert's father as John.
LOUTH in [Burkes Peerage] also has Genet Luttrell's father as John.

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