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Guillaume de Kergariou. This knight took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade and who's arms are shown in the Salles des Croisades in the Palace of Versailles.

Guillaume de Kergariou. This knight took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade and who's arms are shown in the Salles des Croisades in the Palace of Versailles.

Robert de Kersauson. Another noble of Bretagne who in 1248 took the Cross to join the sixth crusade.

Robert de Kersauson. Another noble of Bretagne who in 1248 took the Cross to join the sixth crusade.

Sanchon de Corn. He took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade, Sanchon and Bertrand de Lentilhac were of a group of crusaders who borrowed 300 Livres from the merchants of Siena.

Sanchon de Corn. He took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade, Sanchon and Bertrand de Lentilhac were of a group of crusaders who borrowed 300 Livres from the merchants of Siena.

Enguerrand de Bournel. He was one of a group of nobles from Picardie and Artois who took the Cross in the late 1240s to join the sixth crusade. This revealed in letters from Gaucher de Chatillon to lenders in Genoa, offering to act as guarantor for a loan that these Lords had taken out for three hundred and thirty Livres. They made camp before Damietta in August of 1249.

Enguerrand de Bournel. He was one of a group of nobles from Picardie and Artois who took the Cross in the late 1240s to join the sixth crusade. This revealed in letters from Gaucher de Chatillon to lenders in Genoa, offering to act as guarantor for a loan that these Lords had taken out for three hundred and thirty Livres. They made camp before Damietta in August of 1249.

Aymeric and Guillaume de Montalembert. They came from poitou though their family originate from Bretagne. Taking the Cross in 1248 they followed Pierre Mauclerc to join the latter stages of the sixth crusade.

Aymeric and Guillaume de Montalembert. They came from poitou though their family originate from Bretagne. Taking the Cross in 1248 they followed Pierre Mauclerc to join the latter stages of the sixth crusade.

Thibaut de Solages. He being from the House of Solages of Rouergue, took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade.

Thibaut de Solages. He being from the House of Solages of Rouergue, took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade.

Gilles de Croix. This knight took the Cross in 1218 to join the fifth crusade. His presence at the crusader camp before Damietta is recorded by a contract for a loan that he took out with Italian merchants. This bearing his personal seal of arms.

Gilles de Croix. This knight took the Cross in 1218 to join the fifth crusade. His presence at the crusader camp before Damietta is recorded by a contract for a loan that he took out with Italian merchants. This bearing his personal seal of arms.

Raoul and Guillaume du Authier. These Lords who's house is from Limousin, took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade.

Raoul and Guillaume du Authier. These Lords who's house is from Limousin, took the Cross in 1248 to join the sixth crusade.

Arnaud Bertrand de Comps. A noble of a long established house from Dauphiné. It was during the fifth crusade when he succeeded Guérin de Montacute Lebun, becoming seventeenth Grand Master of the Knights of Saint John. A rank he held from 1236 to 1240.

Arnaud Bertrand de Comps. A noble of a long established house from Dauphiné. It was during the fifth crusade when he succeeded Guérin de Montacute Lebun, becoming seventeenth Grand Master of the Knights of Saint John. A rank he held from 1236 to 1240.

Gérard de Bosredont. Little is known of this noble other than him taking Cross to join the fifth crusade.

Gérard de Bosredont. Little is known of this noble other than him taking Cross to join the fifth crusade.