Sir Geoffrey Luttrell Knight
- Marriage: Frethesant Paynel 141
- Died: 1216, Irnham, Bourne, Lincholnshire, England 141
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 141
Sir Geoffrey Luttrell, 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.
Sir Geoffrey Luttrell married, before 26 February 1203/4, Frethesant, daughter and coheir of William Paynel. He died in 1216 or 1217.Frethesant, his widow married, in 1217, Henry de Newmarch, who was dead in 1239.
~Cokayne's Complete Peerage, 2nd Edition, Vol. VIII, pp. 283-284
Geoffrey married Frethesant Paynel, daughter of William Paynel and Frethesanda de Munchensy.141 (Frethesant Paynel was born in Hooton Pagnell, West Riding Yorkshire, England.)