initiator: Hugo, Cesaree Palestine dominus
recipient: Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem
institution: Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem
text: Dec. 25 1165 - Apr. 29 1166.  Hugo dominus Cesaree Palestine, with the agreement of his wife Isabella and his homines, makes an eleemosynary grant to the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem, represented by Girbertus prior Hospitalis magister. He gives a casale called Hadedun and 2 guastinae. The boundaries are as follows: to the west dunae….. of dominus Hugo Feustellus; to the north the land stretches as far as the river [flumaria] by way of an old berchile and ends [at] S. Michaelis… casale…of Engelbertus; to the east the boundary ends, by way of a bechile, with the casale of the [canons of the] Templum Domini; to the south by way of the turon Bufali it ends….with the land of Seraphia belonging to the archbishop, as far as a large lake [lacus]. Hugo adds to his gift a curtile that had belonged to Urricus Tendilla and the salt pans [salina] of Gervasius, with as much land as is needed to produce salt fully and to build houses for colonists [incolae]. In return for Hadedun he receives from the Hospital 2000 besants in charity. Petrus Perrez, his wife Maria and his children Paganus and Mathalia surrender the casale of Hadedun, in exchange for a rent [assisia] given by Hugo de Cesarea, and confirm the grant. Witnesses: Petrus Costi vicecomes Cesaree; dominus Robertus de Cozi; dominus Bertinus; dominus Rainerius de Galenie; dominus Carlus; dominus Rogerius Gualez; dominus Ernaldus filius Heri; Petrus de Fossato vicecomes Calenzun; dominus Paganus de Calenzun; dominus Gervasius Cesaree; Rohardus Rufus; Petrus de S. Germano and many others; and dominus Johannes Costi, who was absent at first, but was afterwards a witness.
Dec. 25 1165 - Apr. 29 1166.  Hugo dominus Cesaree Palestine, with the agreement of his wife Isabella and his homines, makes an eleemosynary grant to the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem, represented by Girbertus prior Hospitalis magister. He gives a casale called Hadedun and 2 guastinae. The... more
sources: Delaville Le Roulx, Cart Hosp 1:243-4, no. 350 (RRH no. 426)