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Finding a templar knight

Reader comment on item: Knights Templar Trial Records Made Public – After Seven Centuries

Submitted by Ivan woodberry (United States), Aug 12, 2008 at 07:18

I have found this article very interesting and have added it to my favourite place for further reading, the reason I am posting this comment is to see if any one can help me find a templar knight, not much to go on sorry but I hope some one might hit a cord.

Information I got:

Name: Jean-Paul ?????

Place of birth: Cluny, France.

Died in battle at Hattin on July 4th 1187

Age: in mid thirties

I know this is not much to go on but would like to try any thing to find out who is knight was.

I thank-you for your time on this matter.

I send you peace and well being.

Ivan.

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