Sir Andrew Luttrell Knight
- Born: Abt 1208, West Bridgford, Basford, Nottinghamshire, England
- Marriage: Pernel Mark 141
- Died: 1265, Irnham, Bourne, Lincholnshire, England about age 57
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 141
Andrew Luttrell, son and heir, was a minor at his father's death. The wardship of his person and lands held by the Crown was transferred, in 1218, to Philip Mark, sometime one of the King's councillors. He had livery in 1229, when he attained his majorityl of his inheritance in cos. York, Northants, and Leicester. In February 1239/40 he was a justice in eyre at Nottingham, and in 1242 was summoned for military service in Gascony. He was appointed Sheriff of co. Lincoln in 1251. He had a grant of free warren on his estates at Gamston and Bridgeford in Notts, and a confirmation of a weekly market and a yearly fair at Irnham.
Andrew Luttrell married Pernel, probably daughter of Philip Mark. He died in1265. His widow was living in 1267.
~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. VIII, pp. 284-285
On the death in 1230 of Maurice de Gant, grandson of Robert de Gant and Alice Paynel, Irnham and East Quantockshead and the remainder of his Paynel inheritance passed to his distant cousin Andrew Luterel, who was descended from Ralph Paynel the Domesday tenant by his second wife Maud, presumed to be a daughter and coheir of Richard de Surdeval. Andrew Luterel had previously inherited the estates held by Ralph Paynel in right of his second wife, which included Hooton Pagnell and other lands in West Ride Yorks. These, which had been held by William Paynel of Hooton, grandson of Ralph by his second wife, passed to Geoffrey Luterel, Andrew's father, by marriage with Frethesant, daughter and eventually sole heir of William Paynel. Irnham, East Quantockshead and Hooton Pagnell thus descended in the Luterel family.
~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. X, p. 320
Andrew married Pernel Mark, daughter of Phillip Mark and Unknown.141