Luttrell, Geoffrey 1a

Birth Name Luttrell, Geoffrey
Gender male
Age at Death 58 years


Event Date Place Description Sources
Birth 1160 Gamsten, Nottinghamshire, England   2
Death 1218     2

Age: 58y


Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Luttrell, Alfred11101170
         Luttrell, Geoffrey 1160 1218


Family of Luttrell, Geoffrey and de Paynel, Frethesant

Unknown Partner de Paynel, Frethesant ( * 1170 + ... )
Name Birth Date Death Date
Lutterell, Margaret1188

Source References

  1. Susan Johanson: Johanson Family Tree-Roots spreading from Sweden, Medieval England, Massachusetts, and South Carolina
      • Source text:

        # ID: I56811
        # Name: Geoffrey LUTTRELL 1 2
        # Sex: M
        # Reference Number: 56815
        # Birth: ABT 1160 in Gamsten, Nottinghamshire, England
        # Death: 1218



        Father: Alfred LUTTRELL b: ABT 1110 in Gamston, Nottinghamshire, England

        Marriage 1 Frethesant de PAYNEL b: ABT 1170 in Hotan Pagnel, Yorkshire, England


        1. Has Children Unknown Luttrell b: ABT 1197 in Gamsten, Nottinghamshire, England
        2. Has Children Margaret LUTTERELL b: ABT 1188 in Gamston, Nottinghamshire, England



        1. Author: Foster
        Title: Pedigrees of the County Families of Yorkshire
        Publication: Date: 1874;
        Name: Internet
        Page: v1 Foljambe
        2. Author: George Cokayne
        Title: Complete Peerage of England Scotland Ireland Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by G. E Cokayne, Sutton Publishing Ltd, 2000
        Name: Susan Johanson's library
        Source Medium: Book

        Page: VIII:283-284
        Text: Sir GEOFFREY LUTTRELL (b), of Gamston and Bridgeford, co. Notts, took part in the unsuccessful rebellion of John, Count of Mortain during the absence of his brother, Richard I, and, as a result, lost his lands. These were, however, restored to him on John's accession to the throne. His name occurs at this period as witness to many royal charters, he having been in close personal attendance on the King. He was for a time paymaster of the King's ships. In 1204, and also in 1215, he was in Ireland, vested with large administrative powers, and in 1206 in Poitou and Gascony, as one of the King's treasurers. As a reward for personal services, he received from King John grants for life of the houses of the Jew, Isaac of York, at Oxford and Northampton, and those of the Jew, Bonnechose, at Oxford. He received a further grant of land at Croxton, co. Leicester.

        He married, before 26 February 1203/4, Frethesant, daughter and coheir of William PAYNELL. He died in 1216 or 1217. His widow married, in 1217, Henry DE NEWMARCH. He was dead in 1239. [Complete Peerage VIII:283-4, (transcribed by Dave Utzinger)]



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  2. Susan Johanson: Johanson Family Tree-Roots spreading from Sweden, Medieval England, Massachusetts, and South Carolina