Ebremar or Evermer
Ebremar or Evermer the third Latin patriarch of Jerusalem, was born at Cickes, near Terouanne, towards the close of the 11th century. Admitted by Lambert, bishop of Arras, to the priesthood, he joined the first Crusaders, and was of the number appointed by Godfrey de Bouillon canon at the holy sepulcher. In 1103, on the deposition of Daimbert (q.v.), he was elevated to the patriarchate, in which, after much contention on the part of Daimbert, he was solemnly confirmed by the decree of a council. He was a member of the Council of Nablous (1120), and in 1123 signed the treaty between the crusading princes and the Vemetians. A letter of this prelate, with the response by Lambert of Arras, is contained in the 5th volume of the Miscellanea of Baluze. — Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, 15, 618.