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Zouche [Zouch], Alan de lalocked

(d. 1270)
  • T. F. Tout
  • , revised by R. R. Davies


Zouche [Zouch], Alan de la (d. 1270), administrator and soldier, was one of Henry III's trusted supporters and servants. His grandfather, also called Alan, had arrived in England from Brittany in the 1170s, and had founded the family's fortunes in England by his marriage to the heiress ...

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