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Albert Aachen's History of the Journey to Jerusalem 

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the Journey to Jerusalem

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Translated by Susan B Edgington

edited by Brett Edward Whalen

E A Escallier, from monastic records in French and Latin 1852

Simon Sebag Montefiore

Steven Runciman

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Peter Petrus edited by Julian Haseldine

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the Peerage.com

Where  published print and online records and information have been used  precedence has been given to referenced historical fact.

Unreferenced information has been cross checked to a reasonable level of authority. 

Prime evidence has been used wherever possible by way of  public records, archives and documents. 

Translation from documents in French, German and Latin have been randomly outsourced for reference. 

Ancestry links have only been used where there is confirmed documentation of birth, death, marriage or census records.