Lu22 Alexander de Luterel of East Quantoxhead (d ) was the son of Sir Andrew de Lutterell (Lu23) of Irnham and Hooton Paganell or Paynell and Pernel (probably daughter of Philip Mark or de la Mere).
|Born: about 1230
Died: after 1269
Luterel and Margerie had issue:
(21) Sir Andrew Luttrell of East Quantoxhead
No. 166.—At Westminster, on the morrow of All Souls Day, 45 Henry III.
[3rd November, 1260].
Between John de Byrun, plaintiff, and Alexander Luterel and Margery, his wife, impedients, by Roger de la Chapele, put in Alexander's place, of nine oxgangs of land in Ryton [Royton], (fn. 15) and sixty acres in Thorp and Hayleg, (fn. 16) respecting which a plea of warranty of charter had been summoned between them.
Alexander and Margery acknowledged the land to be the right of John, as that which he has by the gift of Alexander and Margery, to hold of them and the heirs of Margery, rendering yearly one penny at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist for all service, and performing to the chief lords of the fee the service belonging to that land. With warranty. For this acknowledgment John gave them 150 marks of silver.
From: 'Lancashire Fines: 40-46 Henry III', Final Concords for Lancashire, Part 1: 1189-1307 (1899), pp. 118-142. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=52536. Date accessed: 03 May 2008.