Memorials of the Abbey of St. Mary of Fountains (2; V. 67)

 
9781150360879: Memorials of the Abbey of St. Mary of Fountains (2; V. 67)

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1876. Excerpt: ... XI.--A GENEALOGICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF THE LORDS OF STUDLEY, IN YORKSHIRE.1 BY JOHN RICHARD WALBRAN, HONORARY MEMBER OF THE OXFORD UNIVERSITY GENEALOGICAL And Heraldic SOCIETY. Bipon: Printed by William Harrison, 1841. Quamvis obstet mihi tarda vetustas, Multaque me fugiant primis spectata sub annis, Plura tamen memini. Ovid, Metam., XII, 152. In the year 1180, Richard Le Aleman was lord of Studley, and also of a moiety of the manor of Linton, in Craven. He was succeeded by his son, Walter Le Aleman, who gave to the Monks of Fountains, and all that belonged to them, free passage over his lands there, and also his lands in Swanley.2 William his brother, also gave them two carucates of land in Horton. He had also another brother, John. Walter was succeeded by his son, Sir John Le Aleman, knight, who was living in 1229, and, in that year presented Walter de Hedon to his mediety of the rectory of Linton, in Craven.3 He gave his mill at Malham to Fountains, for elemosynary purposes, and was otherwise a considerable benefactor to the monastery. In October, 1233, Archbishop Gray gave the land and heir of John le Aleman to his brother, Sir Robert Gray. (Kirkby's Inquest, ed. Surtees Soc. 422.) By his wife, Alice, who after his death married William de Hebbeden, he had issue a son, of whom nothing further is known than that his only daughter and heiress, Isabel Le Aleman, married, John Le Gras--Le Crassus, or Le Gardus, who became, in her right, lord of Studley. He was living in 1251, and in that year presented John le Gras, probably his nephew, to his moiety of Linton rectory. He had issue, by the heiress of Aleman, Sir John Le Gras, knight, lord of Studley, &c. jure matris, who in 1310 presented Simon le Gras, then an acolyte, to his mediety before menti...

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