initiator: Rainald of Châtillon, lord of Hebron and Montreal, and his wife Stephania
recipient: Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem
institution: Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem
text: Nov. 1-30. Rainaldus quondam Antiochie princeps, nunc Hebronsensis et Montis Regalis dominus, and his wife Stephania, with the agreement of his homines and her sons, make a sealed eleemosynary grant to the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem. They confirm the eleemosynary gifts of Mauricius Montis Regalis dominus to the Hospital. These are specified as: a casale in the territory of Mons Regalis called Benisalem with its villani on both sides of the river; in the vicus of Mons Regalis, Caissar filius Tamin with his heirs and possessions, and land which is situated between the vineyard of Seguinus and [that of] Gullelmus Hasin; a house in Mons Regalis; a casale called Canzil in the territory of Petra with its rustici and with a gastina called Hable which is adjacent to it; a house in Petra; land next to the vineyard that belonged to Johannes Castellanus and afterwards to the archbishop; a ship [navis] for transporting Hospitaller goods, freed from any duty [sine precio vel munere]. Rainaldus and Stephania confirm the Hospital’s possession of a small herb garden [ortus pro habendis herbis], previously given by Stephania. They also give partly cultivated land which dominus Tebaldus de Betun had held in the Vallis Riparie during his lifetime. Witnesses of the gifts of Mauricius were: frater Ascenardus; Seguinus; Martinus vicecomes; Johannes Tyberiadensis; Eraudus castellanus; Martinus de Melida; Balduinus de Taroana; Garinus de Hobelet; Johannes Mahomet; magister Raimundus; magister Martinus; and many others from Mons Regalis and Petra; Of these, Seguinus, Martinus vicecomes, Johannes Tyberiadensis and Eraudus castellanus have since died. Witnesses: dominus Guerricus Latinorum primus Petracensis archiepiscopus; dominus Godescalcus; Evenus castellanus; Seherius; Rangotus; Girardus de Betarrasa; Johannes de Terroda; Balduinus frater ejus. The charter was drawn up by Willelmus capellanus Rainaldi.
Nov. 1-30. Rainaldus quondam Antiochie princeps, nunc Hebronsensis et Montis Regalis dominus, and his wife Stephania, with the agreement of his homines and her sons, make a sealed eleemosynary grant to the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem. They confirm the eleemosynary gifts of Mauricius Montis... more
sources: Delaville Le Roulx, Cart Hosp 1:355-6, no. 521 (RRH no. 551)