Jean de Cracks
Owned Barons de Cracks in the West Flanders SENIOR Cracks, Kanapl and Fraisse with X, or even from the IX century, although the kind of coherent story can be reconstructed from documents from the era of the Crusades. History unexpected return from the Holy Land to the finished remarry the wife of a knight Raoul de Cracks sung in the medieval "novel about the sire de Cracks"; on this subject Didlo staged in St. Petersburg is one of his best ballets - "Raul de Cracks, or return from the Crusades."
Jean de Cracks, one of the companions of Philip of Burgundy, in 1429 was sent to the last to defend Paris from the onset of Joan of Arc. The following year, in the establishment of the Order of the Golden Fleece, he was among the first of his admirers. At the end of the XV century Cracks inherited Picardy SENIOR Pua (Poix), whose owners (from the family Tireli) from the XII century called themselves princes