initiator: Hugo de Hybelino
recipient: Canons of the Holy Sepulchre
institution: Holy Sepulchre
text: Sept. 24 - Dec. 24. Jerusalem. In capitulo Sancti Sepulcri. Hugo de Ybelino, with the consent of his brothers Balduinus and Barisanus, his sister Hermengardis, his mother Alois and his uncles Philippus de Neapoli, Guido Francigena and Henricus Bubalus, sells to the canons of the Holy Sepulchre Huetdebes with its villani and Deirmugsin with its villani, which Hugo’s father Barisanus had given to Muisse Arrabit and his son Georgius and which had then been willingly exchanged by Muisse Arrabit and Georgius. Hugo, forced by the need to pay ransom for his release from captivity, sells the casalia, freed from all servitium dominium, for 3000 besants. Hugo’s brothers Balduinus and Barisanus, his mother Alois, his sister Hermengardis and his uncles Philippus de Neapoli, Guido Francigena and Henricus Bubalus, together with his relations [cognati] Philippus de Cafran and his brother, and Petrus de Teillei agree to the sale. On behalf of minors, Hugo’s sister Stephania and the heirs of Arrabit and his son Georgius, Hugo de Hybelino, his brother Balduinus, and Hugo’s homines, Muisse Arrabit and his son Georgius, Symon de Haia, Ordelet and his son Stephanus, Adam de Orgeol, Nicholaus de Hybelino, Hosmundus, his brother Radulfus, Lebertus, Paganus de Rohais and Philippus de Cafran swear to be guarantors and will go to the chapter of the Holy Sepulchre to confirm the sale within a year. If there is any reduction in what is due Hugo will answer to the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem within 15 days of a summons to remain as hostages. The sale is agreed by Amalricus comes Ascal[onis], in whose feodum the casalia lie, and who has sealed it, because Hugo has no seal. Witnesses: Constantinus Liddensis episcopus; Absalon episcopus; Gaufridus abbas Templi; Rainaldus prior Latinę; Petrus de Calvario; Petrus Bertrandi frater Hospitalis; Willelmus Acer frater Hospitalis; Azo capellanus casalis Balneorum; Radulfus capellanus Ramarum; Paletel vicecomes Ybelini; of the burgenses of the king, Humbertus de Bar; Symon Ruffus; Bricius; Gaufridus Turonensis; Willelmus Normannus; Johannes Raimundi; Guibertus Papais; Petrus Burdinus; Petrus de Sancto Jacobo; Hugo Saliens in bonum; Radulfus Burgensis; Petrus de Sancto Lazaro; Johannes Vitrarius; Evervvinus; Anschetinus; Johannes, filius Rainaldi; Pictavus.
Sept. 24 - Dec. 24. Jerusalem. In capitulo Sancti Sepulcri. Hugo de Ybelino, with the consent of his brothers Balduinus and Barisanus, his sister Hermengardis, his mother Alois and his uncles Philippus de Neapoli, Guido Francigena and Henricus Bubalus, sells to the canons of the Holy Sepulchre... more
sources: Bresc-Bautier, Cart St-Sépulcre, pp. 136-8, no. 51; UKJ 2:524-5, no. 297 (RRH no. 333)