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HOOTON PAGNELL 4485 4080. 1334 Subsidy £34.50.
M (Charter) Thurs; mercatum, gr 24 Aug 1254, by K Hen III to Geoffrey Luterell (Roles Gascons, 1242-54, no. 3982; CPR, 1247-58, p. 324). To be held at the manor.
F (Charter) vfm, Laurence (10 Aug); feria, gr 24 Aug 1254, by K Hen III to Geoffrey Luterell (Roles Gascons, 1242-54, no. 3982; CPR, 1247-58, p. 324). To be held at the manor.
Data from Gazetter Home Page / Suffolk
DEBENHAM 6174 2632. 1334 Subsidy £82.62. In 1488 a charter was enrolled whereby Sir Hugh Luttrell, great-grandson and heir of Sir Hugh Luttrell granted his right in the ‘markets and fairs of Debenham’ to Sir Henry Wentworth and others (H.J.T. Wood, ‘Pedigrees from the De Banco Rolls, temp. Henry VII’, The Genealogist n.s. 22 (1906), pp. 175-87, no. 90). Market town c.1600 (Everitt, p. 475).
M (Letter Close) Mon; mercatum, gr 9 May 1221, by King Henry III to Robert Aguillon. To be held at the manor until the king came of age (RLC, i, p. 456). On 17 Mar 1227, Robert Aguillun was granted markets on Mon and Fri by King Henry III (CChR, 1226–57, p. 23). Order to sh of Norfolk and Suffolk regarding the markets, 18 Mar 1227 (RLC, ii, p. 176b). The market in the manor of Debenham was recorded at Easter 1294 (Abb. Plac., p. 233). This could relate to the Mon market, or to the Fri market, below.
M (Letter Close) Fri; mercatum, gr 10 Jun 1222, by K Hen III to Robert Aguillon. To be held until the king came of age (RLC, i, p. 499). On 17 Mar 1227, Robert Aguillun was granted markets on Mon and Fri by K Hen III (CChR, 1226–57, p. 23). Order to sh of Norfolk and Suffolk regarding the markets, 18 Mar 1227 (RLC, ii, p. 176b). The market in the manor of Debenham was recorded at Easter 1294 (Abb. Plac., p. 233). This could relate to the Fri market, or to the Mon market, above.
F (Letter Close) vf, Nativity of John the Baptist (24 Jun); feria gr 10 Jun 1222, by K Hen III to Robert de Aguillun. To be held at the manor until the king came of age (RLC, i, p. 499). On 17 Mar 1227, Robert de Aguillun was granted a fair on vfm John the Baptist by K Hen III (CChR, 1226–57, p. 23). Order to sh of Norfolk and Suffolk regarding the fair, 18 Mar 1227 (RLC, ii, p. 176b).
DUNSTER 2990 1435. Borough 1197 (BF, p. 155). 1334 Subsidy £31.17. Market town c.1600 (Everitt, p. 471).
M (Prescriptive: borough) mercatum, recorded 28 Dec 1222 (RLC, i, p. 527b). Market was allegedly being damaged by that at Watchet, Somerset (q.v.).
M (Charter) Mon; gr 6 May 1253, by K Hen III to Reginald de Mohun (CChR, 1226-57, p. 431). To be held at the manor. Note by charter: ‘Vacated. This charter ... fortieth year, fifth day’.
|Lu3. Ludgson Lutro b about 787 Norway d about 845|
|Lu||Arnod Lutro b about 840 Norway|
|Lu||Robert Lutro b about 877 Normandy|
|Lu||Hugh Lutre b 906|
|Lu30||Hugh II de Lutre b about 945|
|Lu29||Hugh de Lutre b about 989 d about 1060|
|Lu28||Symon de Lutre b about 1012|
|Lu27||Anston de Luterel b about 1041 Normandy d about 1102 Bakewell Derbys or Tideswell Yorks fought at Hastings with the Conqueror|
|Lu26||Henry de Luterel b about 1070 Derbys d about 1140|
|Lu25||Alfred de Luterel|
|(Lu24) Sir Geoffrey de Luterel of Gamston and Bridgeford b ? Nottinghams d 1216/7 possibly son of the above Alfred|
|m. (before 26.02.1203/4) Frethesant (Pa24) daughter of William Paynel of Irnham)|
|(Lu23)||Sir Andrew de Luterel of Irnham, Sheriff of Lincolnshire (d 1265)|
|m. Pernel (probably daughter of Philip Mark or de la Mere)|
|Lu22-1||Sir Geoffrey de Luterel of Irnham and Hooton Paganell or Paynell (b before 1235, d c12.1269)|
|m. _ de Grey (a 1275, dau of Sir William de Grey, Sheriff of Lincoln)|
|(Lu22-1-1)||Sir Robert Luttrell of Irnham, 1st Lord (d by 06.1297)|
|m. Joan (a 06.1320)|
|TCP reports that none of the successive 'Lords' were called to Parliament.|
|(Lu22-1-1-1)||Sir Geoffrey Luttrell of Irnham, '2nd Lord' (b 1276, d 23.05.1345)|
|m. Agnes de Sutton (d 12.06.1340, daughter of Sir Richard de Sutton of Warsop and Sutton)|
|(Lu22-1-1-1-1)||Robert Luttrell (dvp 1320)|
|(Lu22-1-1-1-2)||Sir Andrew Luttrell of Irnham and Hooton Paganel, '3rd Lord' (b c1313, d 06.09.1390)|
|m. Beatrice Scrope (d 10.04.1414, daughter of Sir Geoffrey Scrope of Masham)|
|Lu22-1-1-1-2-1||Sir Andrew Luttrell , '4th Lord' (b c1364, d 31.12.1397)|
|BE1883 identifies 3 generations of successive Lord Andrews but TCP, which we follow, shows just 2. BE1883 shows the 2nd Andrew as having died in 1397 (the 3rd as having died in 1400) and reports his (Andrew 2nd)'s wife as Hawisia, daughter of John le Despenser, but TCP shows her as ...|
|m. (by 1379) Joan Taillebois (daughter of Henry Taillebois or Tailboys)|
|Lu22-1-1-1-2-1-1||Sir Geoffrey Luttrell , '5th Lord' (b c1385, dsp 03.01.1418/9)|
|m. Mary Green (a 1422, dau of Sir Henry Green)|
|Lu22-1-1-1-2-1-2||Hawise Luttrell (d 24.03.1421/2)|
|Lu22-1-1-1-2-1-2-1||Sir Thomas Belesby|
|Lu22-1-1-1-2-1-2-1-1||Thomas Belesby (b c1411, dsp 25.11.1429)|
|Lu22-1-1-1-2-1-2-2||Sir Godfrey Hilton (d 05.08.1459)|
|Lu22-1-1-1-2-1-2-2-1||Geoffrey Hilton (b 09.11.1419, d 18.05.1472)|
|m. Margery (d 14.11.1495)|
|Lu22-1-1-1-2-1-2-2-1-1||Godfrey Hilton (dsp 12.09.1476)|
|m. Richard Thimelby or Irnham|
|m. Lawrence Breuern|
|Lu22-1-1-1-3||Sir Geoffrey Lutrell|
|m. Constance Scrope (dau of Sir Geoffrey Scrope of Masham)|
|m. Walter Gloucester (son of Sir Walter)|
|Lu22-1-1-1-3-2||Isabel Lutrell , a nun|
|Lu22||Alexander de Luterel of East Quantoxhead (d after 1269)|
|Lu21||Sir Andrew Luttrell of East Quantoxhead|
|m. (1270) Elizabeth de Raleigh (dau of Sir Warin de Raleigh)|
|Lu20-1||Alexander Luttrell (20-1) of East Quantoxhead|
|Lu20-1-1||Thomas Luttrell (20-1-1) of East Quantoxhead|
|Lu20-1-1-1||Sir John Luttrell (20-1-1-1) of East Quantoxhead (dspl)|
|Lu20.||Sir John Luttrell of Chilton (b about1310 d about 1360)|
|m. Joan Mohun|
|Lu19||Sir Andrew Luttrell of Chilton b about1340|
|m. (1359) Elizabeth Courtenay (Co19) (b about1340 d 07.08.1395, dau of Hugh Courtenay (Co21), 2nd Earl of Devon)|
|Lu18-1||John Luttrell (died 1398)|
|Lu18-2||Elizabeth Luttrell (died 1378)|
|Lu18||Sir Hugh Luttrell of Chilton, East Quantoxhead and Dunster Castle (b about1360 d 24.03.1428, Seneschal of Nomandy)|
|m. Catherine Beaumont (Be18) (b about1360 died 28.08.1435, dau of Sir John Beaumont of Sherwell)|
|Lu17-1||Sir John Luttrell of Dunster Castle (b about1390 died 30.06.1430)|
|m. Margaret Touchet (dau of John Tuchet, 4th Lord Audley)|
|Lu17-1-1||Sir James Luttrell of Dunster Castle (b about1420 d St. Albans 17.02.1461 ? more likely at the Battle of Towton with the Lancastrians)|
|m. Elizabeth Courtenay (d 1493, dau of Sir Philip Courtenay)|
|Lu17-1-1-1||Sir Hugh Luttrell (Lu17-1-1-1) of Dunster Castle, Sheriff of Somerset and Dorset (d 01.02.1521)|
|m1. Margaret Hill (dau of Robert Hill of Houndston)|
|Lu17-1-1-1-1||Sir Andrew Luttrell of Dunster Castle, Sheriff of Somerset and Dorset|
|m. Margaret Wyndham (died 1580, dau of Sir Thomas Wyndham of Felbrigg)|
|Lu17-1-1-1-2||John Luttrell ancestor of Luttrells of Kentsbury and Spaxton|
|m2. Walthcan Yard of Exeter|
|Lu17-1-1-2||Joan Luttrell probably of this generation|
|m. George Stewkley of Marsh|
|Lu19 =18||Robert Luttrell of Luttrellstown (d 1436-7)|
|m. _ Ashbourne (dau of Sir Elias de Ashbourne of Devon)|
|Lu18-1||Christopher Luttrell of Luttrellstown|
|Lu18-1||Thomas Luttrell of Luttrellstown (d 04.1455)|
|m. Catharine Rochfort (dau of Thomas Rochfort of Kilbride)|
|Lu18-1-1||Thomas Luttrell of Luttrellstown (dsp)|
|m. Ellen Bellew (dau of Philip Bellew)|
|Lu17 =18||Richard Luttrell of Luttrellstown (a 1540)
m Margaret FitzLeons dau of Patrick FitzLeons of Dublin
|-1 Sir Thomas Luttrell b c 1490 m1 Anne Aylmer, dau of Bartholomew Aylmer sis of Sir Gerald Aylmer m2 Elizabeth Bathe, dau/co-heiress of Sir William Bathe of Rathfeigh Co Meath||-1-1 Richard, who predeceased him
-1-2 Anne Luttrell m Thomas Dillon
-1-3 Christopher Luttrell dsp
-1-4 Margaret Luttrell m Luke Netterville: their descendants held the title Viscount Netterville
-1-5 Sir James Luttrell, High Sheriff of County Dublin, who inherited Luttrellstown from Christopher m Jenet Sarsfield no surv issue
-1-6 Simon Luttrell
-1-7 Robert Luttrell
-1-8 John Luttrell
-1-9 Walter Luttrell
-1-4-1? John Netterville of Castletown
-1-4-1-1 Alison Netterville m Sir William Talbot, 1st Baronet of Carton or Cartown b about 1560 d 16.03.1633/4
|Lu18-3||Sir Robert Luttrell|
m Nicholas Travers of Corthagh
m Simon Fleming, Lord Slane
m John Stratton b c 1390 d aft 1425 son of Walter Stratton of Kirkton b c 1350
|-1 St16 Elizabeth Stratton b c 1420 m 1439 Longville Norfolk John Andrews An16 b c 1420 son of James Andrews An17and Alice Weyland We17||-1-1 Ann Andrews (1442 - 25 July 1520), m1 Sir Thomas Bourgher about 1464 in Baylham, Suffolk m2 Sir John Sulyard, son of John Sulyard and Elizabeth Sulliard
-1-2 Elizabeth Andrews m Thomas de Windsor, Lord Stanwell.
-1-3 Alice Andrews, (1451 - ), m Sir Hugh Wyche in Baylham, Suffolk
|-1-1-1 Andrew Sulyard of Haughley dsp bur 21.10.1544
m1 Margaret Lyston d 01.04.1521, dau of Robert not John Lyston of Badingham Hall
m2 Mary d before 01.02.1546/7, wid of Sir John Timperley of Hintlesham
-1-1-2 John Sulyard of Wetherden b about 1470 bur 08.03.1538/9 m Margaret Baker d 31.08.1521, dau of Robert Baker of Wetherden
-1-1-3 Anne Sulyard m Roger Appleton of Dartford d 26.02.1557
-1-1-4 Alice Sulyard m Sir William Rous<
-1-1-5 Elizabeth Sulliard m c1505 Sir Edward Bainton of Bromham b 1480, d 27.11.1544
-1-2-1 Elizabeth Windsor
-1-2-2 Anne Windsor
-1-2-3 Andrew de Windsor, 1st Baron de Windsor of Bradenham m Elizabeth Blount Bl14, sister and co-heir of Edward, Lord Mountjoy, and daughter of William Blount
-1-2-4 William Windsor
-1-2-5 John Windsor
-1-2-6 Thomas Windsor
-1-2-7 Alice Windsor
-1-2-8 Miles Windsor
-1-2-9 Anthony Windsor
-1-2-10 Bridget Windsor
-1-2-11 Margaret Windsor (Prioress of Syon Abbey)
-1-2-3-1 Elizabeth Windsor, ?m George Paulet
-1-2-3-2 George Windsor
-1-2-3-3 Eleanor Windsor m1 Ralph le Scrope 9th Lord Scrope of Masham m2 Sir Edward Neville.
-1-2-3-4 William Windsor (2nd Baron Windsor of Bradenham)
-1-2-3-5 Andrew Windsor (b. ABT 1492)
-1-2-3-6 Edmund Windsor (b. ABT 1494 - d. AFT Jan 1553)
-1-2-3-7 Anne Windsor
-1-2-3-8 Edith Windsor m George Ludlow, Sheriff of Wiltshire, had issue.
-1-2-3-9 Thomas Windsor
|Lu20-3||Andrew Luttrell (rector of East Quantoxhead)|
|Lu22-3||Annora de Luttrell|
|Lu22-4||Robert de Luterel (d 1315, rector of Irnham, canon of Salisbury)|
|Lu23-2||Margaret Luttrell d 1278
m Sir John Foljambe
|Lu23-2-1||Sir Thomas Foljambe b about 1208 Yorks d 1283
m Margaret de Gernon dau of William de Gernon b about 1187 d about 1258 and Beatrix de Theydon
|Sir Thomas Foljambe|
|Lu23-3||Robert de Luttrell|