Since I made my post yesterday on the early Clarell family of Tickhill and Aldwark, I have been doing some further research in the Foljambe deeds on A2A and I have also received the text of the Curia Regis case that I mentioned from a very kind lady. Some major revisions to the pedigree that I presented are required.
1. Ralph Clarell
Ralph Clarell of Tickhill apears to have married Sibyl, daughter of Pain (Pagan) of Hooton Roberts and Wilsick. This is shown by the proceedings of a case in the Curia Regis in 1201, which roughly translated reads:
Ralph Selvein, Hugh de Stinninton, William de Livet, and William de Ausuic, were sent to bear record of the court of Tickhill of the dispute between Geoffrey Clarel and Robert son of Pagan concerning six bovates of land with appurtenances in Tickhill, which Robert son of Pagan had claimed against William father of the same Geoffrey, they say that the same Robert impleaded William father of the said Geoffrey, and William came and said that he had a warrant and named the charter of Jordan eldest brother of the aforesaid Robert, who gave the land to Ralph his father, in free marriage with Sibyl his sister, and brought forth on the day the charter, and Robert son of Pagan said that the charter was false and never made by Jordan and was made six years after Jordan died and therefore that charter was retained in the hands of Ralph Murdac and William of Furneus until it was proved legal or not; and he does not know what has been done later with that charter .
Sibyl cannot possibly have been the sister of Jordan de St. Mary who was still alive in the early 1220's. Robert son of Pain, the brother of Sibyl appears to be the Robert son of Pain of Hooton Roberts and Wilsick who died in 1203 .
In an undated charter, Ralph Clarel and William his son appear as witnesses to a grant by William de Wadworth to the monks of Roche, which was also witnessed by Robert son of Pain (his brother-in-law) and Ralph son of Robert .
2. William Clarell
From the above Curia Regis case it is evident William, son of Ralph Clarell was dead in 1201.
3. Geoffrey Clarell
I still haven't worked out when Geoffrey son of William died, but it was probably around 1240. Geoffrey definitely had two sons, William and John. In an undated deed, William Clarell, knight, demised to John Clarell his brother, the manor of Tickhill with 60 acres of arable and 7 acres meadow, for the life of John and 6 years further, at 10 marks per annum .
4. Sir William Clarell
William Clarell married Ada, daughter (not widow as I previously thought) of Geoffrey Maureward of Goadby and Cole Orton, Leicestershire by his wife Ada de Quatremars. In an undated deed, William Maureward granted to William Clarell in free marriage with William's sister Ada, all land and woods which William's father and mother Geoffrey Maureward and Ada granted to William Clarell .
5. Joan Clarell
William Clarell was succeeded by his only daughter and heiress Joan.
In an undated deed, William Clarell granted for life to Master John Clarell his brother, all lands, etc., in Tickhill, Lyncepoll, Heselay and Marlhover, with remainder for life to Joan, daughter of William then to her next heirs for ever without power of alienation. William to have for life 15 marks per annum from the premises .
Joan Clarell married Robert de Aldwark.
In an undated deed William Clarel granted to Robert de Aldwark and Joan daughter of William Clarel, his lands and tenements in Chelardeston (Chellaston, Derbyshire) for life with remainder to their heirs male .
Robert de Aldwark was dead before 1274-75, when Geoffrey de Leukenore and John de Metingham were appointed to take the assize of novel disseisin arrainged by Joan late the wife of Robert de Aldewerk' against Robert de Shepeye and Geoffrey de Luteburg', touching a tenement in Papworth [Pipewell?], Leicestershire .
It is possible that Joan married secondly, Robert de Potterton, which might explain this deed in the Foljambe papers:
27 March 1302, Adam de Poterton son of Robert de Poterton grants to William Clarel his brother a messuage and 27 acres in Wadworth .
6. Sir William Clarell of Tickhill and Aldwark
Robert de Aldwark was succeeded by his son William, who took his mother's name of Clarell.
In an undated deed, William son of Jordan de Tickhill granted to William Clarell, son of Robert de Aldwark, the manor of Westfold and all premises in Tykehill, Sandebeck and Maltby, with some exceptions, at 1d. per annum to Sir Robert de Eccleshale .
In an undated deed, Adam de Hertehill in Tickhill, exchanged land with William Clarel of Tickhill, son of Robert de Aldwark .
Which solves the mystery of how the Clarell family came to hold land in Aldwark. Hunter and others have always considered that Aldwark came to the Clarells through Agnes wife of William Clarell. Hunter calls her "Agnes lady of Aldwark" . It is evident that William Clarell inherited land in Aldwark from his father and not by marriage to Agnes.
William first appears in dated records in 1284, when Master John Clarell, his great uncle, granted William Clarell of Aldwark, a messuage, a carucate of land, 20 acres of meadow, and 100 shillings of rent in Tickhill to hold of Master John during his lifetime at a yearly rent of £10 sterling . I had previously assumed that he must have been "of Aldwark" in right of his wife and therefore must have been married to Agnes. The first dated record I can find of William and his wife Agnes is in 1319.
 Curia Regis Rolls of the Reigns of Richard I and John Preserved in the Public Record Office. Volume 1: Richard I to 2 John (1189-1201) (London, 1922), 296.
 William Farrer, ed., Early Yorkshire Charters; Being a Collection of Documents Anterior to the Thirteenth Century Made from the Public Records, Monastic Chartularies, Roger Dodsworth's Manuscripts and Other Available Sources, vol. 3 (Edinburgh, 1915), 11n.
 William Farrer, ed., Early Yorkshire Charters; Being a Collection of Documents Anterior to the Thirteenth Century Made from the Public Records, Monastic Chartularies, Roger Dodsworth's Manuscripts and Other Available Sources, vol. 2 (Edinburgh, 1915), 337, No. 1101.
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 Joseph Hunter, South Yorkshire. The History and Topography of the Deanery of Doncaster in the Diocese and County of York, vol. 2 (London, 1831), 53.
 F. H. Slingsby, ed., Feet of Fines for the County of York, From 1272 to 1300, Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Record Series 121, 1956, 68, No. 42.