Male, #37471, (say 1224 - 10 Aug 1270)
|Father*||Roger la Zouche (s 1165 - b 14 May 1238)|
|Mother*||Margaret (?) (s 1190 - )|
|AFN*||His Ancestral File Number is AFN: 84ZS-S0.|
|Birth*||say 1224||Alan was born at Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire, England, say 1224.|
|Marriage*||before 1244||He married Elena de Quincy before 1244.|
|Birth of Son||circa 1244||His son Eudes la Zouche of Harringworth, Northhamptonshire was born circa 1244 at Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leicestershire, England.|
|Death*||10 Aug 1270||He died on 10 Aug 1270.|
|Biography*||In the 26th year of King Henry III., Baron La Zouche had a military summons to attend the king into France, and in ten years afterwards had the whole county of Chester, and all North Wales placed under his government. In the 45th year of the same reign he obtained a charter for a weekly market at Ashby-la -Zouche, in Leicestershire, and for two fairs in the year at Swavesey. About the same time he was constituted warden of all the king's forests south of Trent, as also Sheriff of Northamptonshire. In the 46th year of King Henry III., he was made Justice Itinerant for the cos. of Southampton, Buckingham, and Northampton; and upon the arbitration made by Louis, King of France, between Henry III. and the barons, he was one of the sureties on the behalf of the king. In three years afterwards he was constituted Constable of the Tower of London, and Governor of the castle at Northampton. He was violently assaulted in Westminster Hall, in 1268, by John, Earl of Warren and Surrey, upon occasion of a dispute between them regarding some landed property, and with his son, Roger, who happened to be with him, severely wounded.|
Source: Vol II File 27: The Paternal Ancestry of Homer Beers James --
|Elena de Quincy (say 1226 - circa 20 Aug 1296)|
|Charts||Diana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart|
John Culpeper the Merchant: Ancestral Chart
|Last Edited||14 Sep 2002|
- Ruth Ellsworth Richardson, compiler, Samuel Richardson and Josiah Ellsworth, Call Number CS71.R52: Genealogylibrary.com, 1999 (privately in 1974).
- LDS Church, compiler, Ancestral File, Intellectual Reserve, Inc..