President George Washington's ancestor was a Boterel. That family did well in the Middle ages, helping two homosexual kings, and two heterosexual, with their intimate problems. The French king destroyed the Knights Templar, but the Order of Sion continued to manage Europe.
Several Boterels fell in battle in 100 Years' war. The Cornish branch of the family died out and with it the title.
Under six kings, two of them homosexual, the Boterel family stuck close and knew all their bedmates – male and female. They acquired lands including old Camelot. In the background, the Order of Sion organised the Crusades and the Hundred Years' War. It set up and then destroyed the Templars with their real work done, and founded Switzerland, the Masons and the Rosicrucians.
1191: In a clash of two faiths, a boy knight destined to be a hero…Cuthbert, hungry for adventure and glory, joins King Richard on his way to free Jerusalem from the Saracens. Even before reaching their goal the Crusaders are torn by jealousy and intrigue. Cuthbert finds that chivalry and honour are little valued as he faces desperate obstacles to his quest for knighthood and his own castle.