Fulk of Neuilly
A priest at Neuilly from 1191, he attended the lectures of Peter the Chanter in Paris. He began to preach, and gained a reputation for piety and eloquence. An invitation for him to preach the Crusade came from Pope Innocent III in 1199. Both Simon de Montfort, 5th Earl of Leicester and Alix de Montmorency were influenced by him.
His assiduous enthusiasm in carrying out his mission led to rumours concerning the usage made of the monetary sums it produced[specify]. He died shortly afterwards.
- C. Grasso, Folco di Neuilly sacerdos et predicator crucis, dans "Nuova Rivista Storica", Anno 2010 - Volume XCIV - Fascicolo III, p. 741-764.
- Foulque de Neuilly, Foulques de Neuilly.
- Maddicott, John Robert (1994). Simon de Montfort. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p. 5.