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Élie de Cosnac. His family line originating from Limousin. In 1190 borrowing a sum from Italian merchants he took the Cross in to join the third crusade.

Élie de Cosnac. His family line originating from Limousin. In 1190 borrowing a sum from Italian merchants he took the Cross in to join the third crusade.

Geoffroy de Goulaine. Alphonse de Goulaine, at the behest of the Duke of Brittany, negotiated peace between the Kings of England and France. He did so with such effectiveness that both Kings granted the Lords of Goulaine the right to bear half of their Royal arms upon his shield. In 1248 Geoffroy de Goulaine took the Cross to join the sixth crusade.

Geoffroy de Goulaine. Alphonse de Goulaine, at the behest of the Duke of Brittany, negotiated peace between the Kings of England and France. He did so with such effectiveness that both Kings granted the Lords of Goulaine the right to bear half of their Royal arms upon his shield. In 1248 Geoffroy de Goulaine took the Cross to join the sixth crusade.

Pierre de Saint Geniez. This Lord of Quercy took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade.

Pierre de Saint Geniez. This Lord of Quercy took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade.

Henri and Hamon Lelong. These nobles from Bretagne took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade.

Henri and Hamon Lelong. These nobles from Bretagne took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade.

Guy, Guichard and Bernard d'Escayrac. They took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade, their presence attested to by sealed title.

Guy, Guichard and Bernard d'Escayrac. They took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade, their presence attested to by sealed title.

Jean de Québriac. This noble who's house was from the province of Rennes took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade.

Jean de Québriac. This noble who's house was from the province of Rennes took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade.

Aymeric de Sainte-Hermine du Poitou took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade.

Aymeric de Sainte-Hermine du Poitou took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade.

Aymeric de Rechignevoisin. His house originates from Anjou took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade.

Aymeric de Rechignevoisin. His house originates from Anjou took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade.