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Carhampton, Earl of (I, 1785 - 1829)

 

Creation: let.pat. 23 Jun 1785

 

Extinct: 19 Mar 1829

 

Family name: Luttrell later Luttrell-Olmius

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Arms:

Per fess Azure and Argent a Fess counter-embattled Or in chief a Mullet of six points of the second in base on a Mount Vert an Elm Tree proper

Crest:

Between two Laurel Branches Vert a Demi Moor habited in Armour proper garnished Or wreathed about the temples Argent and Gules and on the breast a Fess as in the Arms

Supporters:

Dexter:  An Ancient Warrior proper arms and thighs vested in Mail of the last body habited crimson round the waist a Sword-Belt Or across the body from the dexter shoulder a Sash Azure from the middle of the thighs to the knees a Vest Vert tied with Bows Face Hands and Legs proper in the right hand a Bow at the back a Quiver of Arrows at the side a Sword hilted and pommelled Or Shoes Argent his helmet adorned with Feathers of the last;  Sinister:  A Female representing Plenty under Robe white the upper Robe flowing crimson in her left hand a Cornucopia with Fruit all proper

Motto:

 En Dieu est ma fiance

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Simon [Luttrell], 1st Baron Irnham later 1st Viscount Carhampton later 1st Earl of Carhampton

2nd and only surv. son of Maj Gen Henry Luttrell, of Luttrellstown, co. Dublin, by his wife Elizabeth Jones, dau. of Charles Jones, of Halkin, co. Flint

born

1713

mar.

1737 Judith Maria Lawes (d. Dec 1798), dau. and eventual hrss. of Sir Nicholas Lawes, Governor of Jamaica, by his wife Elizabeth Cotton, widow of Thomas cotton and dau. of Sir Thomas Lawley, Bt.

children

1. Hon Henry Lawes Luttrell, later 2nd Earl of Carhampton

2. Hon ..... Luttrell

3. Hon John Luttrell later Luttrell-Olmius, later 3rd Earl of Carhampton

4. Hon ..... Luttrell

5. Hon ..... Luttrell

1. Lady Anne Luttrell (b. 24 Jan 1742/3; d. 28 Dec 1808), mar. (1) Christopher Horton, of Catton Hall, co. Derby, and (2) 2 Oct 1771 HRH Prince Henry Frederick, 1st Duke of Cumberland and Strathearn

2. Lady ..... Luttrell

3. Lady Lucy Luttrell, mar. Capt Edmund Joshua Moriarty RN, and had issue

died

14 Jun 1787

created

13 Oct 1768 Baron Irnham, of Luttrellstown in the County of Dublin

9 Jan 1781 Viscount Carhampton, of Castlehaven in the County of Cork

23 Jun 1785 Earl of Carhampton

suc. by

son

note

Member of Parliament (Whig) for St Michael 1755-61, for Wigan 1761-68, for Weobley 1768-74 and for Stockbridge 1774-80; suc. his elder brother in the family estates 1768

 

Henry Lawes [Luttrell], 2nd Earl of Carhampton, PC

born

7 Aug 1743

mar.

25 Jun 1776 Jane Boyd (d. 7 Apr 1831), dau. of George Boyd, of Dublin, by his wife Anne Hamilton, dau. and cohrss. of Galbraith Hamilton, of Dublin

died

s.p. 25 Apr 1821

suc. by

brother

note

Member of Parliament (Tory) for Bossiney 1768-69 and 1774-84, for Middlesex 1769-74, for Old Leighlin 1783-87, for Plympton 1790-94 and for Ludgershall 1817-21; Adjutant General for Ireland 1770-83; Maj General 1782; Privy Councillor [I] 1786; Col, 6th Dragoon Guards 1788-1821; Lieutenant General of the Irish Ordnance 1789-97 and Master General 1797-1800; Custos Rotulorum of Co. Dublin 1789-1821; Lieut General 1793; Commander of the Irish Forces 1796-97; General 1798

 

John [Luttrell later Luttrell-Olmius], 3rd Earl of Carhampton

born

c. 1745

mar. (1)

1 Jul 1766 Hon Elizabeth Olmius (dspms. 12 Jun 1797), sister and hrss. of Drigue Billers [Olmius], 2nd Baron Waltham, and only dau. of John [Olmius], 1st Baron Waltham, by his wife Anne Billers, 1st dau. and eventual hrss. of Sir William Billers, of Thorley, co. Hertford, Lord Mayor of London 1733-34

children by first wife

1. John Luttrell (dvp. Apr 1769)

2. James Luttrell (dvp. 1772)

1. Lady Frances Maria Luttrell-Olmius (b. Sep 1768; d. 4 Jan 1848), mar. 1789 Sir Simeon Stuart, 4th Bt., and had issue

mar. (2)

16 Jul 1798 Maria Morgan (b. c. 1777; d. 18 Jan 1857), 1st dau. of John Morgan, of the Inner Temple, London, Recorder of Maidstone

only child by second wife

2. Lady Maria Anne Luttrell-Olmius (b. May 1799 ; d. 14 Nov 1861), mar. 17 Feb 1821 Lt Col Hardress Robert Saunderson, of Northbrook House, co. Hampshire, son of Francis Saunderson, of Castle Saunderson, co. Cavan, and had issue

died

s.p.m.s. 19 Mar 1829

note

Member of Parliament (Whig) for Stockbridge 1780-85; Capt, Royal Navy 1781-89; Commissioner of Excise 1785-1826; took the additional name of Olmius by Royal Licence 1787 on the death of his brother-in-law Lord Waltham

 

On the death of the 3rd Earl of Carhampton the Earldom of Carhampton and his other titles became extinct.

 

 First written 6 Apr 2005

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