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Alan la Zouche, 1st Baron la Zouche of Ashby (9 October 1267 – shortly before 25 March 1314) was born at North Molton, Devonshire, the only son of Roger La Zouche and his wife, Ela Longespee, daughter of Stephen Longespee and Emmeline de Ridelsford. He received seisin of his father's lands after paying homage to the king on October 13, 1289. Alan was governor of Rockingham Castle and steward of Rockingham Forest. Alan La Zouche died without any sons shortly before at the age of 46, and his barony fell into abeyance among his daughters.

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  • Alan la Zouche, 1st Baron la Zouche of Ashby (9 October 1267 – shortly before 25 March 1314) was born at North Molton, Devonshire, the only son of Roger La Zouche and his wife, Ela Longespee, daughter of Stephen Longespee and Emmeline de Ridelsford. He received seisin of his father's lands after paying homage to the king on October 13, 1289. Alan was governor of Rockingham Castle and steward of Rockingham Forest. Alan La Zouche died without any sons shortly before at the age of 46, and his barony fell into abeyance among his daughters.
  • Alan la Zouche, 1. Baron la Zouche of Ashby (* 9. Oktober 1267; † um 25. März 1314) war ein englischer Adliger. Alan la Zouche entstammte der Familie Zouche. Er war der älteste Sohn von Roger la Zouche und von Ela de Longespée, einer Tochter von Stephen Longespée und Emeline de Ridelsford. Beim Tod seines Vaters im Oktober 1285 erbte er dessen Besitzungen, darunter Ashby-de-la-Zouch in Leicestershire. Zouche heiratete Eleanor de Segrave, eine Tochter von Nicholas Seagrave, 1. Baron Seagrave und von dessen Frau Matilda. Mit ihr hatte er mehrere Kinder, darunter:
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  • Alan la Zouche, 1st Baron la Zouche of Ashby (9 October 1267 – shortly before 25 March 1314) was born at North Molton, Devonshire, the only son of Roger La Zouche and his wife, Ela Longespee, daughter of Stephen Longespee and Emmeline de Ridelsford. He received seisin of his father's lands after paying homage to the king on October 13, 1289. Alan was governor of Rockingham Castle and steward of Rockingham Forest. Alan La Zouche died without any sons shortly before at the age of 46, and his barony fell into abeyance among his daughters.
  • Alan la Zouche, 1. Baron la Zouche of Ashby (* 9. Oktober 1267; † um 25. März 1314) war ein englischer Adliger. Alan la Zouche entstammte der Familie Zouche. Er war der älteste Sohn von Roger la Zouche und von Ela de Longespée, einer Tochter von Stephen Longespée und Emeline de Ridelsford. Beim Tod seines Vaters im Oktober 1285 erbte er dessen Besitzungen, darunter Ashby-de-la-Zouch in Leicestershire. Zouche nahm am Ersten Schottischen Unabhängigkeitskrieg teil und kämpfte während der Schlacht von Falkirk 1298 in der englischen Vorhut. Am 5. Februar 1299 wurde er als Baron Zouche in das englische Parlament berufen. Von Februar 1312 bis Februar 1314 diente er als Verwalter der königlichen Wälder zwischen Oxford und Stamford Bridge sowie als Constable von Rockingham Castle. Zouche heiratete Eleanor de Segrave, eine Tochter von Nicholas Seagrave, 1. Baron Seagrave und von dessen Frau Matilda. Mit ihr hatte er mehrere Kinder, darunter: * Ellen la Zouche (um 1288–1334) 1. * ∞ Nicholas de St. Maur, 1. Baron St. Maur 2. * ∞ Sir Alan de Cherleton * Maude la Zouche (um 1290–1349) ∞ Robert de Holand, 1. Baron Holand * Elizabeth la Zouche (* um 1294) Da er ohne männliche Nachkommen starb, fiel bei seinem Tod sein Titel in Abeyance. Bereits 1304 hatte er William de Mortimer, den Sohn seiner Cousine Joyce la Zouche zu seinem Haupterben eingesetzt.
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