1) (cos. Derby and Leicester). Gu. bezantee, a canton erm.
2) (Richard's Castle). Gu. ten bezants, four, three, two and one, a label az.
3) (Lubbesthorpe, co. Leicester). Az. ten bezants, four, three, two, and one.
4) (co. Leicester). Gu. a bend erm. betw. ten bezants.
5) (co. Leicester). Gu. a chev. erm. betw. ten bezants, four, two, one, two, and one.
6) (Gosberkirke, co. Lincoln). Gu. bezantee, on a canton erm. a crescent of the field.
7) (co. Somerset, and Pyrton, co. Wilts). Gu. fifteen bezants, five, four, three, two, and one, a canton erm. Cest —On a staff couped and raguly or, sprouting at the dexter point, a raven, wings expanded ar.
8) (or Souch) (co. Wilts). Gu. twelve bezants, three, three, three, two, and one, on a canton or, a lozenge sa. charged with a fleur-de-lis ar. Crest—An ass’s head ar. neck round the mouth with cord az. charged on the nech with a fleur-de-lis vert.
9) Ar. a fess sa. in chief a leopard pass, of the second.
10) Az. ten bezants, four, three, two, and one, a border engr. gu.
11) (Baron Zouche, of Ashby, in abeyance since 1314; descended from Alan la Zusche, Earl of Brittany, temp. William I.; Sir Alanla Zusche, of Ashby-de-la-Zouche, co. Leicester, was appointed, 49 Henry III., Constable of the Tower of London, and d. 1269, leaving two sons: 1) Roger, whose son, Alan la Zouche, was summoned to Parliament 1297, and left three daus., among whom his barony fell into abeyance; 2) udo, ancestor of Baron Zouche, of Harringworth). Gu. ten bezants, four, three, two and one.
12) (Baron Zouche, of Harringworth; descended from Ecdo la Zouche, second son of Sir Alan la Zouche, Constable of the Tower of London, temp. Henry III; William la Zouche, his son, was summoned to Parliament 1308; Edward, eleventh Baron Zouche, d. 1625, leaving two daus. his co-heirs: 1) Elizabeth, m. Sir William Tate, Knt., of De La Pré Abbey, co. Northants; 2) Mary, m. first, Thomas Leighton, Esq., and second, William Connard; betw. these co-heirs the barony fell into abeyance, which was terminated 1815, Sir Cecil Bishop, eighth bart. of Parham Park, co. Sussex, having been summoned to Parliament as Boron Zouche, of Harringworth; at his death, 1828, the barony again fell into abeyance, which has been since terminated. See Curzon, Baron De la Zouche). Same Arms, with a canton erm. Supporters—Two eagles, wings endorsed ar.
13) (Baron Zouche, of Mortimer, extinct 1368; descended from William la Zouche, brother of Sir Alan la Zouche, Knt., of Ashby-de-la-Zouche, Constable of the Tower of London, temp. Henry III.; his only dau. Joice la Zouche, m. Robert Mortimer, of Richard's Castle, and her second son, William Mortimer, assumed the surname of Zouche. and was summoned to Parliament 1323; the third baron d. s. p.). Same Arms, without the canton.
14) (Alan de la Zouche, 1301). Gu. bezantée. On his seal six lions are placed round the shield, evidently alluding to the arms of ELA, his wife, who was dau. and co-heiress of Stephens de Longspee, Justiciary of Ireland, temp. Henry III., who bore six lions ramp. Tbe following differences of coats of Zouche, in the 14th century, are taken from a Roll, Cottonian MSS: Alan la Zouche, Gu. bezantée or. William la Zouche, Same Arms, a quarter erm.—The following were Knights in co. Leicester: Sir William Zouche, Same Arms, a label az. Sir Oliver Zouche, Same Arms, a chev. erm. Sir Amory Zouche, Same Arms, a bend ar. Sir Thomas Zouche, Same Arms, on a quarter ar. a mullet sa.