Ignatius, Letter to the Trallians, before AD 120:
“Be deaf toward anyone who tells you tales that do not lead to Jesus Christ, who was of David’s lineage, Mary’s son; who was born; who ate and drank; who was persecuted under Pontius Pilate; and was crucified and died …”
Justin, dialogue with Trypho the Jew 88.2-4, 8:
“He grew up like any other man. He lived in a fitting way and granted each stage of development its due. He used all kinds of food. He was thirty years old, more or less, when John appeared, who heralded his advent and went before him on the way of baptism”.
Justin Martyr, on the crucifixion in the official records - the acta:
Justin, First Apology 35.7-9:
“That these things happened you may learn from the ‘Acts’ which were recorded under Pontius Pilate”
Justin, First Apology 48.3:
“That he performed these miracles you may easily satisfy yourself from the ‘Acts’ of Pontius Pilate” .