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    ZOUCHE, Francis (d.1600), of Ansty; later of Shaftesbury, Wilts.

    sell Ansty for £3,250, and he still owed £1,800 on which he was paying £150 p.a. interest. His wife refused to realise money on her jointure, and had gone to court to petition the Queen about his disposal of Ansty.

    ZOUCHE, John I (c.1515-85), of Ansty, Wilts.

    I (c.1515-85), of Ansty, Wilts. Constituency Dates Hindon 1547 Shaftesbury 1559 Ofifces Held Esquire of the body extraordinary by 1533; gent. pens. 1540, steward and bailiff, duchy of Cornwall manor of Mere, Wilts., keeper, Mere park 1539-d.; warden, Gillingham forest

    ZOUCHE, Sir John (d.1585), of Ansty, Wilts.

    John (d.1585), of Ansty, Wilts. Constituency Dates Hindon 1547 Shaftesbury 1559 Ofifces Held Warden of Gillingham forest and bailiff of town and manor of Gillingham, Dorset 1539; esquire of the body extraordinary 1535/6; keeper of Mere park, Wilts.; steward and

    ZOUCHE, Richard.

    of Pitton, near Salisbury, which had been conveyed to his father and mother by Edward’s brother Sir John Zouche of Ansty, and which was hardly greater than that spendthrift had started with (it rated Edward Zouche at only £10 in

    SMART (SMERT), Roger, of Kenilworth, Warws.

    member of the Council, was shortly to become the King’s secretary, their dispute arising over issues from the manor of Ansty (Warwickshire) of which Prophet had been granted custody. This can hardly have provided much of a set-back, however. He

    CATESBY, John (d.1404/5), of Ashby St. Ledgers, Northants. and Ladbroke, Warws.

    efforts brought him no rewards of any note, however, save for an Exchequer lease (in 1382) of the manor of Ansty. During the 1380s he acted as counsel for Sir William Breton’s† widow, and as legis peritus he received an

    STANHOPE, Sir Richard (c.1374-1436), of Rampton, Notts.

    1406, in favour of Roger Deyncourt the stepson of his widowed sister-in-law, coincided with a release of the manor of Ansty in Warwickshire made to him by Deyncourt, and almost certainly constituting the purchase price of the manor, which his

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