John le Aleman Lord of Studley
Another name for John was John le Ailman.
Noted events in his life were:
• Background Information. 734
John le Gras, or Crassus, of Gembling, married Isabella, daughter and heir of John le Aleman, lord of Studley. John died in 52 Henry III (1267/68).
~A History of the Parish of Barwick-in-Elmet, in the County of York, pg. 163
• Background Information. 838
Sir John le Aleman, knight, was living in 1229. In that year he presented Walter de Hedon to his mediety of the rectory of Linton, in Craven. he gave his mill at Malham to fountains, for elemosynary purposes, and was otherwise a considerable benefactor 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, Surtees Soc. 422] By his wife Alice, who after his death married William de Hebbeden, he had issue of a son, of whom nothing is further known than his only daughter and heiress Isabel le Aleman married John le Gras.
~Memorials of the Abbey of St. Mary of Fountains, Vol. II, Part. I, p. 311