|Birth: ||Oct. 9, 1267|
|Death: ||Mar., 1314, England|
Knight of Ashby de la Zouche, Leicestershire, of Swavesey and Fulbourn, Cambrisgeshire, of Great Gaddesden, Hertfodshire, of Brackley, Northamptonshire and of Treve in Tillington and Nutbourne in Pulborough, Sussex. Constable of Rockingham Castle.
Son of Sir Roger la Zouche and Ela Longpee, grandson of Sir Alan de la Zouche and Ellen de Quincy, Sir Stephen Longespee and Emeline de Ridelisford. Alan was born at North Molton, Devon.
Alan married Eleanor de Seagrave, daughter of Sir Knight Nicholas de Seagrave and Maud de Lacy. Her maritagium included the manor of Great Dalby, Leicestershire.
Eleanor and Alan had three daughters:
Ellen m Sir Knight Nicholas de Saint Maur
Maud m Sir Knight Robert de Holand
Elizabeth, a nun at Brewood
In 1288, Alan was in Gascony and given by King Edward as a hostage to Alfonso of Aragon. He was in service to King Edward in Scotland, Gascony and Flanders, fought at the Battle of Falkirk in Scotland 22 July 1298, summoned to Parliament 1299 to 1313, directed by writs that made him Lord La Zouche. Alan was present at the Battle of Caerlaverock in 1300, attended King Edward II's coronation, went on a pilgrimage to Spain in 1308 and accompanied Aymer de Valence, the Earl of Pembroke in 1313.
Alan de la Zouche died shortly before 25 March 1314.
Maud la Zouche (1289 - 1349)*
Brackley St Peter Churchyard
Created by: Anne Shurtleff Stevens
Record added: Nov 21, 2012
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