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Index of Persons and Places: C

Pages 535-546

Calendar of Papal Registers Relating To Great Britain and Ireland: Volume 6, 1404-1415. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1904.

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Cabassolis, James de, writer of letters of the papal penitentiary, 414.

Cabrespino, John de, canon of Narbonne, nuncio of Urban V in England, 67.

Cachyr, James, dean of Tuam, 452.

Caddington Major, Godyngton Magna [co. Bedford], prebend in London, 89.

Caenrach, Thomas. See Oaenrach.

Caer Guby. See Holyhead.

Cairbre Gabhrain, Cyrecarbry i.e. barony of Granard [co. Longford], 234.

Cairo. See Babylon.

Caistor, Castre [co. Lincoln], parish church of, 50, 51, 111.

-, prebend in Lincoln. 379.

Cajetanis. Anthony de. See Cardinal bishops (Porto).

Calabelr, prebend in Tuam, 189.

Calbrond, John. See Colbrond.

Caldecote, Nicholas, Benedictine, 353.

Calder, Caldra [co. Cumberland], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, monk of, 173.

Caldewel, Thomas, rector of North Collingham, 416.

Caldra. See Calder.

Callan [co. Kilkenny], 101.

Calton, Nicholas, canon of Salisbury and Southwell, rector of Brightwell and Horton, 228, 433, 450.

-, Nicholas, rector of Withern, 92.

Calvis, Anthony de. See Cardinal priests (St. Mark's).

Camborne, Cambron [co. Cornwall], 88.

Cambridge, William, citizen of London, 405.

Cambridge, St. Michael's College [now Trinity College], patronage of, 69.

-, St. Peter's College [now Peterhouse], patronage of, 130.

-, bachelor of canon law of, 54.

-, bachelor of theology of, 129.

-, students at, 54, 57, 114, 129, 142, 417.

-, university of, patronage of, 62.

-, Gilbertine priory of St. Edmund, prior of, papal mandatary, 126.

-, Friars Minors' convents of the custody of, 485.

Cambron. See Camborne.

Camera, Camere alias Chambre, Henry de, 354.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 354.

-, William, archdeacon of Dublin, 367, 368.

Cammusconall. See Camus.

Campania [Italy], count of. See Brancaciis.

Campes Magna alias Castle Campes. See Castle Camps.

Camplo, Master James de, papal chaplain and auditor, 367, 368.

Campo Albaldo, Raymund de, clerk, papal notary, 68.

Camporegali, A. de, 100.

Campsall, Campsale [co. York, W.R.], 384, 411.

Camus (St. Comghall's), Cammusconall, Sancti Coeli [co. Tyrone], 255, 310.

Camworth. See Tamworth.

Candia, Peter de, cardinal of the Twelve Apostles. See Alexander V.

Cane or Cave, John, Benedictine, 389.

Caneton, Gerald, bishop of Cloyne, afterwards of Elphin, afterwards of Cloyne, 88, 124, 224, 454.

Cangode or Caugode, John, vicar of Teynham, 359.

Canon, Ralph, canon of Wells, 55.

-, See Canoun.

Canons Ashby, Assheby [co. Northants], Augustinian priory, prior and convent of, 229.

-, -, church of, parochial and conventual, 229.

Canoun alias Beglis, John, baker and citizen of Exeter, 408.

-, See Canon.

Canterbiri, Benedict, canon of Exeter and Glasney, rector of Camborne, 88, 89.

Canterbury [co. Kent], archbishop of, citiation of parishioners before, 109.

-, -, faculty for, 97.

-, -, mandate by, 441.

-, -, mensa of, 133, 134, 313.

-, -, papal legate, appointed collector of papal subsidy, 97.

-, -, papal mandatary, 5, 6, 8, 30, 55, 59-61, 66, 82, 84, 86, 89, 90, 92, 97, 107, 123, 124, 134, 154, 199, 210, 212, 237, 279, 326, 350, 365, 433, 442, 448, 453, 454, 482, 495.

-, -, patronage of, 134, 212.

-, -, peculiars of, 134, 154, 212.

-, -, rights of, in respect of the consecration of bishops, 112, 228, 450, 458.

-, -, visitation by, 441.

-, -, See Stratford; Courteney; Arundel; Chichele.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 86.

-, -, See Hallum; Wakeryng.

-, official of, cause before, 152.

-, -, citation of parishioners before, 108.

-, -, papal mandatary, 92.

-, chapter of, petition of and papal letters to, 454.

-, clergy and people of the city and diocese of, papal letters to, 454.

-, suffragans of, papal letters to, 454.

-, vassals of the church of, papal letters to, 454.

-, Benedictine priory of Christ Church (cathedral church), nave of, 133, 134.

-, -, prior of, papal mandatary, 212, 281.

-, -, monks of, 134, 466, 467.

-, Benedictine abbey of St. Augustine, abbot of, papal mandatary, 80, 92.

-, -, Thomas, abbot of. See Hunden.

-, -, William, abbot of. See Welde.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 82.

-, -, abbot and monks, etc., of, 10.

-, -, monk of, 82.

-, -, convent and vassals of, 82.

-, city and diocese of, papal legate to, 99.

-, province of, clergy of, 171.

-, -, papal subsidy in, 97.

-, parish church of St. Martin, 22.

-, William Lane, citizen of, 329, 339.

-, -, -, Joan his wife, 329, 339.

Cantewell, Theobald, rector of Monsea, 86.

Cantilupo, William de, 236.

Cappagh, Ceapach [co. Tyrone]. 264.

Capua [Campania, Italy], archbishop of, papal mandatary, 480, 514.

Caputgrassis, Master Paul de, of Sulmona, doctor of canon law, archdeacon of Ravenna, clerk of the papal camera, member of the pope's household, papal chamberlain, writer of papal letters, nuncio, envoy and collector of John XXIII in England, 170, 171, 182, 185, 186, 351.

Caraffa, Nicholas, of Naples, knight, nuncio of Innocent VII to England, 1.

Carauallis, diocese of Kilmore, Friars Minors' house, 66.

Carbonus, Francis. See Cardinal bishops (Sabina).

-, Henry, of Naples, knight, 2.

-, Masonus, of Naples, donsel, his brother, 2.

Cardigan [co. Cardigan], parish church of St. Mary, 248, 439.

Cardinal bishops:

Albano, Jordan de Ursinis (Orsini), in charge of the papal penitentiary, 414.

Ostia, Angelus Acciaiolus, vice-chancellor of the Roman church, canon of Salisbury, 93, 232.

-, John de Bronhiaco, vice-chancellor of the Roman church, 351, 422.

Porto, Anthony de Cajetanis, sometime bishop of Palestrina (commonly called the cardinal of Bologna), major penitentiary of Innocent VII, legate of Gregory XII to Almain and Flanders, afterwards to England, Ireland and Aquitaine, chamberlain of Gregory XII. bishop of Bologna, archdeacon of Lincoln, 79, 99, 113.

Palestrina. See Porto.

Sabina. Henry de Minutulis (Minutolo), sometime cardinal bishop of Tusculum, sometime cardinal priest of St. Anastasia's, canon of Lincoln, Salisbury and York, 31, 44, 87, 114, 124, 166, 173, 196, 197.

-, -, -, members of the household of. See Fox alias Raghat; Possewike.

-, Francis Carbonus, formerly cardinal priest of St. Susanna's, commendatary of the monastery of St. Peter ad Aram, Naples, archdeacon and canon of York, major penitentiary of Innocent VII, protector of the order of Friars Minors, 2, 6, 78, 79, 239, 440, 441, 475.

Tusculum. See Sabina.

Cardinal priests:

St. Anastasia's. See Cardinal bishops (Sabina).

St. Cecilia's, Anthony de Challant, nuncio, with legatine powers, of John XXIII to England, legate of John XXIII to Scotland, 175-181.

St. Cross in Jerusalem, Cosmatus Melioratus, afterwards Innocent VII [q. r.], 1.

-, Francis Landus, papal mandatary, 503.

-, John Meliorati, canon of Salisbury, vicar of Oakham, 196.

St. Mark's, Anthony de Calvis, archdeacon of Exeter, canon of Salisbury, rector of Shillington, vicar of Oakham, 168, 195, 196.

Sancti Quatuor Coronati, Francis Uguccione, archdeacon and canon of York, canon of Lichfield, archbishop of Bordeaux and, when cardinal, administrator of that see, 2, 197, 365, 380, 453.

St. Sixtus's, John Dominici (commonly called the cardinal of Ragusa), legate of Gregory XII to Hungary and Poland, 99.

-, Simon Langham, papal nuncio in England under Urban V, 32.

St. Susanna's. See Cardinal bishops (Sabina).

Twelve Apostles. See Alexander V.

Cardinal deacons:

SS. Cosmas and Damian's, John Aegidii, papal commissioner, 415.

-, Francis Zabarella, archdeacon and canon of York, canon of Lichfield and Lincoln, papal mandatary, 365, 442, 448, 503.

St. Lucy's in Orthea, Cencius Sabellus, chamberlain of Celestine III. 281.

St. Nicholas's in Carcere Tulliano, Tuliano, Landulph Maramaldus, 371.

St. Vitus's in Macello, Raynald de, Reynald de Brancaciis or Brancatiis, archdeacon and canon of York, papal mandatary, 239, 240, 411, 474, 503.

Cardyffe, Thomas, canon of Ossory, 114.

Carfi or Carsi, Richard, rector of Tredington, 363.

Carleton (? Carlton, co. Bedford), parish church of St. Mary, 12, 16.

Carleton by Bokenham. See Carlton Rode.

Carlisle [co. Cumberland], bishop of, papal mandatary, 59, 65.

-, -, See Strickland.

-, John, bishop of. See Halucton.

-, archdeacon of. See Strickland; Burdet.

-, Augustinian priory of St. Mary the Virgin (cathedral), church of, 220.

Carlton, John, clerk, 436.

Carlton. See Carleton.

Carlton Rode, Carleton by Bokenham [co. Norfolk], 319.

Carmarthen, Kermerdin, Kermerdyn, Keyrmerthyn [co. Carmarthen], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 85.

-, -, See Usk; Walton.

-, Friars Minors' house at, 223.

Carminaw, John, layman, 492.

Carnyka or Caruyka, Carnika or Caruika, Alice, noblewoman, 331.

-, Thomas, canon of Lincoln, 337.

-, -, dean of Wells, rector of Settrington and Skirbeck, 433, 434.

Carnyn or Caruyn, John de, archdeacon of Bangor, canon of Seclin, etc., 251.

Carpineto, Carpeneto, Anthony de, collector of the papal camera in Portugal and Algarve, 4.

Carran, Richard, archdeacon of Dublin, 367, 368.

Carran. See Carudnahymygan.

Carrat alias Correr, John, vicar of Kinsale, 514.

Carrick, Carrik, Karig [co. Wexford]. chapel of St. Nicholas, 156, 293.

Carrou, Oddo de, 281.

Carsi or Carfi, Richard, rector of Tredington, 363.

Carton. See Occurtean.

Carudnahymygan, diocese of Kilfenora (? Carran, co. Clare), 36.

Caruyka or Carnyka, Caruika or Carnika, Alice, noblewoman, 331.

-, Thomas, canon of Lincoln, 337.

-, -, dean of Wells, rector of Settrington and Skirbeck, 433, 434.

Caruyn or Carnyn, John de, archdeacon of Bangor, canon of Seclin, etc., 251.

Cashel [co. Cork], archbishop of, papal mandatary, 7, 82, 116, 150, 197, 389, 453, 454.

-, -, rights of in respect of the consecration of bishops, 129.

-, -, See Hacket; O'Hedian.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 84.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 45, 84.

-, -, See Ocurke; O'Hedian, John and Richard.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 85.

-, canons of. See Flemming; Oduyr; O'Hedian; Snell; Sutton; Sylk.

-, city and diocese of, papal legate to, 99.

-, suffragans of, 174.

Casini, Bartholomew, bishop of Pesaro, nuncio of John XXIII in England, etc., 183-186.

Casleancomur, Casleandcomur. See Castlecomer.

Cassy, Richard, canon of St. Chad's, Shrewsbury, rector of Sapperton, 221.

Castel Campes alias Campes Magna. See Castle Camps.

Castelcombe. See Castle Combe.

Castell, John de, prior of Holy Trinity York, 17.

-, Nicholas, clerk, 222.

Castellakre. See Castle Acre.

Castelmartyn, Joan, damsel, 23.

Castiglioni, Branda, bishop of Piacenza, regent of the chancery of the Roman church, 93.

Castle Acre, Castelacre, Castellakre [co. Norfolk], Cluniac priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 394.

-, -, Simon, prior of. See Sutton.

Castle Camps, Castel Campes alias Campes Magna [co. Cambridge], 500.

Castle Combe, Castelcombe [co. Wilts], 44, 45.

Castlecomer, Casleancomur, Casleandcomur [co. Kilkenny], 259, 266.

Castleconnell alias Stradbally [co. Limerick], 255.

Castleknock [co. Dublin], prebend in Dublin, 294.

Castleterra [co. Cavan]. See Ganga.

Castletownarra, Baleincayssleayn and Ara. Balynikasslean and Ara [co. Tipperary], chapel of, 33, 68.

Caston [co. Norfolk], 214.

Castre. See Caistor.

Castro, Bertrand de, abbot of St. Roman, Blaye, collector of the papal camera in the provinces of Bordeaux and Auch, 2.

Castrum Kubii. See Holyhead.

Catadensis, see of. See Katadensis.

Catisson, John. 330.

-, -, Cecily his wife, 330.

Catrik, Catryk, Master John, archdeacon of Surrey, treasurer and canon of Lincoln, canon of Shaftesbury and York, rector of Crick, papal notary, afterwards of Lichfield and Coventry, 14, 39, 40, 155, 306, 350, 443, 450, 454, 473.

Caugode or Cangode, John, rector of Teynham, 359.

Caundisch, Roger. See Cavendisch.

Caunton alias ap Gwillim, Richard, rector of Bridell (diocese of St. Davids), 377.

-, -, priest (diocese of St. Davids), 404.

Caurs, Richard, rector of Bow Brickhill, 324.

Causton. See Cawston.

Cave or Cane. John, Benedictine, 389.

Cave, North [co. York, E.R.], 9.

Caveler, Gilbert. See Gaveler.

Cavendisch alias Caundisch, Cawndych, Roger, donsel, 11, 50.

Cawod. See Cawood.

Cawode, Cawod, John, 14.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 14.

-, William, canon of York, papal mandatary, 322.

-, William, Cistercian, papal chaplain, 168.

Cawood, Cawod, Cawode [co. York, W.R.], castle or manor of the archbishop of York, letters dated at, 273, 288, 390, 391.

Cawston, Causton [co. Norfolk], John Palmere of, layman, 331.

Cay, Thomas, clerk, 345.

Caylcolla, diocese of Tuam, 278.

Cays, Thomas, donsel, 347.

-, -, Tiffany his wife, 347.

-, See Kays.

Ceapach. See Cappagh.

Celestine III, letters of, 281, 508.

Cella Nigra. See Derry.

Cella Parva. See Annadown.

Cely, John, prior, afterwards bishop, of Down, 454.

Cemer. See Semer.

Cerne, Richard, Hospitaller, 362.

-, -, -, preceptor of Newland and Ossington, 354.

Cerne [co. Dorset], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 482.

Cernes [Gironde, France], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 118.

Cestre, Richard de, canon of York, 447.

Chabachn, Thady, rector of Monsea. 86.

Chacomb, Chacombe. See Chalcombe.

Chaddok, John, 21.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 21.

Chadwell. Chaldewell [co. Essex], 73, 74.

Chalcombe, Chacomb, Chacombe, Chaucombe [co. Northants], Augustinian priory of SS. James and Peter and Paul, prior of. See Brackeley.

-, -, prior and convent of, appropriation to, 276.

-, -, -, letters conservatory for, 343.

-, -, canons of, 275, 316, 396.

Chaldewell. See Chadwell.

Chalgrave [co. Bedford], 154.

Challant, Anthony de. See Cardinal priests (St. Cecilia's).

Chamberleyn, Wynnocus, rector of Braintree, 195.

Chambre alias Camere, William. archdeacon of Dublin, 367, 368.

Chamly, Cornellus. See Ohanly.

Champeneys, John, 11.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 11.

Charlecote [co. Warwick], Thomas Lucy of, knight, 463.

Charles VI, king of France, papal letters to, 434.

-, -, wars between and the kings of England, 485.

Charlton Abbots, Cherleton, Chorleton [co. Gloucester], 219.

Charminster and Bere Regis, Chermenster and Byre, Chermonstre and Bere [co. Dorset], prebend in Salisbury, 196, 244.

Chaucer, Thauter, Thomas, donsel, 20.

-, -, Maud [Burghersh] his wife, damsel, 20.

Chaucombe. See Chalcombe.

Cheadle, Chedole [co. Chester], 69.

Cheddesey. See Chedzoy.

Cheddon Fitzpaine, Cheden [co. Somerset], 384.

Chedole. See Cheadle.

Chedzoy, Cheddesey [co. Somerset], 419.

Chelwood, Chelworth [co. Somerset], 289, 334.

Chepstow, Chepstowe [co. Gloucester and Monmouth], 24.

Cherleton, Thomas de, canon of York, 447.

Cherleton. See Charlton Abbots.

Chermenster and Byre, Chermonstre and Bere. See Charminster and Bere Regis.

Chernyllis, John, Cistercian, abbot of St. Mary's, Tintern, papal chaplain, 175.

Cherry Hinton, Hynton [co. Cambridge], 130.

Chertesey, Walter, citizen of London, 406.

-, -, -, Alice his wife, 406.

-, William, Crouched friar, 386.

Chertsey [co. Surrey], Benedictine abbey, abbot and convent of, 248, 439.

Chester [co. Chester], archdeacon of. See Halsall.

-, Benedictine abbey of St. Werburgh, abbot of, papal mandatary, 334, 401, 484.

-, -, -, See Erdeley.

-, -, Henry, abbot of, See Sutton.

-, -, prior and convent of, 350, 504.

-, -, monk of, 350.

-, -, convent of, 350.

-, -, vassals, etc., of, 350.

-, Benedictine nuns' priory, prioress of. See Crewe.

-, collegiate church of St. John Baptist, dean of, papal mandatary, 441, 485.

-, -, -, See Leyot.

-, -, canon of. See Feriby.

-, -, sacristship of, 246.

-, -, indulgence for, 302.

-, parish church of Holy Trinity, 352, 355, 484, 505.

-, parish church of St. Peter, 19.

Chester le Street [co. Durham], collegiate church, canon of. See Lyes.

Chetewynd, Joan (diocese of Lichfield), noblewoman, 329.

-, John (diocese of Lichfield), donsel, 363.

-, -, his wife, 363.

Chetewynd. See Chetwynd.

Chettham, John, abbot of Bayham, 402.

Chetwynd Chetewynd [co. Salop], 329.

-, See Chetewynd.

Chichele, Clichele, Henry, archdeacon of Dorset, chancellor of Salisbury, canon of Abergwilly, Lichfield, Lincoln, St. Martins-le-Grand and St. Paul's, London, and Shaftesbury, rector of East Hendred, afterwards of Brington, bishop of St. Davids, archbishop of Canterbury, 56, 57, 112, 126, 130, 132-134, 150, 156, 214, 294, 438, 443, 449, 454.

-, William (diocese of London), clerk, 155.

-, William, chancellor of Salisbury, archdeacon of Brecknock, canon of Lichfield, 214, 215, 228.

Chichester [co. Sussex], bishop of, institution by, 34.

-, -, papal mandatary, 5, 25, 104, 298.

-, -, See Reade.

-, Richard, bishop of (pp. 461 and 505), i.e. Robert Reade q.v.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 119.

-, subdean of. See Symond.

-, archdeacons of, rights of, 54, 55.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 497.

-, -, See Malpas.

-, precentor of. See Courteney.

-, official of, 298.

-, canons of. See Aylmere; Colnet; Crukadan; Harlyng; Ixworth; Mone; Nottingham; Petir; Pilton; Welles.

-, hospital of St. Mary, master of. See Ayleston.

-, diocese of, appropriated churches, etc., in the, 305, 309.

-, Robert Blondel, Blondell, Blundell of, rector successively of Farnborough, of Bishop Wearmouth, of Bishopsbourne, and of Monks Risborough, 153, 154, 323.

-, Thomas Tholite of, canon of St. Davids, 85.

Chidham, Chudeham alias Parssheprouende [co. Sussex], prebend in Bosham, 216.

Chieti [Abruzzi, Italy], William, bishop of, 2.

Childwall, Childewall [co. Lancaster], chapel, now parish church, of St. Mary, Hale, in the parish of, 246, 326, 327.

Chiron [Crete], bishop of, papal mandatary, 113.

Chorleton. See Charlton Abbots.

Chounce, John, layman, 346.

Christchurch, Twinham, Twynham [co. Southants], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 282.

-, -, John, prior of, 282.

-, -, Thomas, prior, and the convent of, 381.

-, -, canons of, 282, 381.

Chrishall, Crestishall [co. Essex], prebend in St. Martins-le-Grand, London, 218.

Chuallachan, Andrew. See Ohuallachan.

Chudeham alias Parssheprouende. See Chidham.

Church Brampton, Brampton, Brompton [co. Northants], 246, 327.

Church Island. See Inchmacnerin.

Church Lawton, Lauton [co. Chester], 415.

Cillmickallan. See Kilmacallan.

Cillmurchan. See Kilmorgan.

Cinel-Baith, Kynealbayd (i.e., Inagh parish, co. Clare), 459, 479.

Cinel Ben Uchair, Cirylbenuchayr, i.e., the upper part of Cinel Binnigh, now the county of Londonderry, 427.

Circetre, Thomas, vicar of Wellow, 495.

Cirylbenuchayr. See Cinel Ben Uchair.

Citeaux [Cte-d'Or, France], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, 76.

-, -, Order of, 74.

Ciudad Rodrigo, Civitatensis [Spain] bishop of, papal mandatary, 192, 231-233, 235, 238, 239, 251, 252, 255, 256, 268, 269, 272, 275, 320, 327.

Claenynis. See Cleenish.

Clainchan. See Clann Cuain.

Clairvaux [Aube, France] Cistercian abbey, Matthew, abbot of, 435.

Clann Cuain, Clainchan, i.e., the northern part of the barony of Carra, co. Mayo, 426, 427.

Clard, John, 341.

-, -, Cecily his wife, 341.

Clare, Richard de, canon of York, 447.

Clare, de Forgio [co. Clare], Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 120, 263, 278.

Claro Fonte. abbey de. See Macosquin.

Clashmore, Glasmor ab infra, Glasmore ab infra [co. Waterford], prebend in Lismore, 35, 460.

Classcharrig. See Glascarrig.

Claxton, Thomas, Friar Preacher, 468.

Clay, Richard Augustinian friar, papal chaplain, 173.

Claydon, East, Estelaydon [co. Bucks], 157.

Claypol, Robert, rector of Farndon, 16.

Clayton, John, priest, notary, 93.

Cleenish, Cluaineoys, Cluaineys, Cleanynis [co. Fermanagh], parish church of St. Sineal, 481, 491.

-, See also Clones.

Cleeve, Cliva, Clyva [co. Somerset], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 7, 324.

Cleeve, Bishops, Clyve [co. Gloucester], 89, 90, 115, 295, 307.

Clefford. See Clifford.

Clement, John, of Leake, donsel, 385.

-, -, -, Agnes his wife, 385.

-, John, Carmelite, papal chaplain, 280, 319.

Clement V, letters of, 380.

-, constitutions of, in the Council of Vienne, 172, 394.

Clement VI, immunities, etc. granted to papal chaplams by, 316, 327, 349, 497.

Clement VII (Robert of Geneva), adherents of, 63, 69, 76, 141, 143.

Clere, Denise, 11.

Clerk, Clerke, Alice, 104.

-, John (diocese of Lincoln), priest, 12.

-, John, vicar of Hunston (diocese of Chichester), 300.

-, Robert, of Wragby, 329.

-, -, -, Elena his wife, 329.

-, Semannus, donsel, 12.

-, -, Cristina his wife, 12.

-, Thomas, of Preston, clerk, 505.

-, William, 146.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 146.

Clerkenwell. See London (religious houses).

Cleveland, Clyveland [co. York], archdeaconry of, 389, 390.

Clewer [co. Berks], 213.

Clichele William. See Chichele.

Cliff, Clyf, Clyff. Augustine de, donsel, 330, 336.

-, -, Isabel his wife, damsel, 330, 336.

-, Henry de, canon of York, 447.

-, Thomas, rector of Lambeth, 491.

-, See Clyve.

Cliffe, Clyve [co. Kent], 59, 60.

Clifford, Richard, bishop elect of Bath and Wells, afterwards bishop of Worcester, afterwards of London, sometime dean and canon of York, 44, 103, 104, 139, 156, 219, 225, 227, 336.

-, Richard (the younger), canon of St. Martin's-le-Grand and St. Paul's, London, and of St. Stephen's, Westminster, rector of Bishops Cleeve, clerk of Henry IV, 295, 307.

Clifford, Clefford [co. Hereford], Cluniac priory, prior of. See Tombrich.

Clifford, John, lord of, 383.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 383.

Clifton, North, Clifton [co. Notts], prebend in Lincoln, 308.

Clist. See Clyst.

Cliston Hayes. See Hayes.

Clitheroe, Clyddyrhow, Tlidyithow, Richard de, Cistercian, 12.

-, Sibyl, damsel, 410.

Cliuainfadda, a possession of Dunbrody abbey, 281.

Cliva. See Cleeve.

Clochincanthualayg, Cloch in Cantualaig, in the parish of Kilcummin [co. Galway], Friars Minors' house at, 467.

Clochorbrayn. See Cloghcrbrien.

Clochurlog, diocese of Tuam, 278.

Clogher [co. Tyrone], bishop of, papal mandatary, 39, 45, 119, 121, 122, 255, 262, 269, 366, 480.

-, -, See MacCamoeil.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 258, 261, 262, 266, 267, 366, 432, 433.

-, -, See Macconcabond; Olucheran.

-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 233, 266, 269, 491.

-, -, See Macguyr.

-, canons of. See Maguydir; Ocarbri; Ohenrachtaich.

Clogherbrien, Clochorbrayn [co. Kerry], 131.

Clonard, Clonarde [co. Meath], Augustinian abbey of St. Peter, abbot of, papal mandatary, 119, 398.

-, Augustinian nunnery of St. Mary, nun of, 159.

Clondagad, Cluayndagad [co. Clare], 252.

Clonduff, Cluaindaym [co. Down], 117, 124.

Clonenagh, Clonencach [Queen's County], 437.

Clones, Claenynis, Cluanoys, Cluaynoys, [co. Fermanagh], 149, 292, 428.

-, Augustinian abbey of SS. Peter and Paul, indulgence for, 421.

Clonfad, Cluainfada [co. Westmeath], 478, 479.

Clonfeacle, Cluainfiachna, Cluainfiaghna, Cluaynfiachna [co. Armagh and Tyrone], rectory of, a prebend in Armagh, 39, 122.

-, vicarage of, 424.

Clonfert [co. Galway], bishop of, papal mandatary, 83, 163, 387, 388, 467.

-, -, See O'Kelly.

-, Henry, bishop of, afterwards bishop of Kilmacduagh, 6, 301.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 42, 119, 124, 263, 424, 431.

-, -, See Olongain; Macaedagan.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 414, 424.

-, -, See Odubagan; Omadagain.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 430.

-, canons of. See Maclandehuga; Ocormacan; Odallayn; Odubgilla; Ohanrachayn; O'Kelly: Omadagain; Omulalaich.

-, cathedral church of St. Brandan, indulgence for, 411.

-, de Portupuro, Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 42, 259, 467, 478, 480, 507.

-, -, -, See Ohurain.

-, -, Charles, abbot of, 494.

-, -, canon of, 494.

-, -, convent of, 494.

-, -, indulgence for, 461.

Clongesh, Cluaingessi [co. Longford], parish church of St. Hilary, 369.

Clonlard, Cuildescert [parish of St. James and Dunbrody, co. Wexford], 281.

Clonmacnoise [King's County]. bishop of, papal mandatary, 203, 394, 427.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 161.

-, canons of. See Omayl; Omuleon; Orodogan.

Clonmore, Cloynmer, Cloynonor [co. Louth], parish church of St. Columba, 87, 88, 118, 120, 463, 503.

Clontuskert Omanny. Cluaintuaisgert Omane, Cluantuasgerta, Cluantuasgutomane, Cluayn Tuaisgeart Omanie [co. Galway]. Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 161, 163, 201.

-, -, indulgence for, 413.

Clony. See Clooney.

Clooncraff, Cluaincremma [co. Roscommon], 258.

Cloone, Cluain, Cluayn [co. Leitrim], 61, 86.

Clooney, Clony, Cluany, [barony of Upper Bunratty, co. Clare], 38, 122.

Cloontuskert, Cluantuaisgert, Cluaintuasgerta Nasinna, Cluaintuasgertanassinna[co. Roscommon], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 322.

-, -, -, See Maciago; Macneill; Omulymnan.

-, -, prior and convent of, 226, 236.

-, -, canons of, 204, 233, 234, 283, 316.

-, -, indulgence for 226.

Cloyne [co. Cork], bishop of, faculty to, 126.

-, -, papal mandatary, 88, 370, 398, 514.

-, -, patronage of, 398.

-, -, See Caneton; Payn.

-, Ralph. bishop of. sometime bishop of Dromore, 109.

-, dean of. See O'Folan; Meyler.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary. 85.

-, -, See Meyler.

-, precentor of. See Meyler.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary. 398.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary. 445.

-, canons of. See Fox alias Raghat; Galle; Geraldinis; Heywode; Ogealvayn; Ohaylle; Ohealgy; Olongain: Sancto Jacobo.

-, chapter of, papal letters to, 454.

-, -, patronage of, 398.

-, clergy and people of the city and diocese of, 454.

-, vassals of the church of, 454.

Cloynmer, Cloynonor. See Clonmore.

Cluain. See Cloone.

Cluaincorpi. St. Beraid's, i.e. Kilbarry. i.e. Termonbarry, q.v.

Cluaincremma. See Clooncraff.

Cluaindaym. See Clonduff.

Cluaineoys, Cluaineys. See Cleenish.

Cluainfada. See Clonfad.

Cluainfairth. diocese of Kilmore, 396.

Cluainfiachna. Cluainfiaghna. See Clonfeacle.

Cluaingessi. See Clongesh.

Cluainnacalleach, diocese of Elphin, 283.

Cluaintuaisgert. See Cloontuskert.

Cluaintuaisgert Omane. See Clontuskert.

Cluaintuasgerta Nasinna, Cluaintuasgertanassinna. See Cloontuskert.

Cluanoys. See Clones.

Cluantuasgerta, Cluantuasgutomane. See Clontuskert Omanny.

Cluany. See Clooney.

Cluayn. See Cloone.

Cluaynbaub, diocese of Tuam, 278.

Cluayndagad. See Clondagad.

Cluayneoys. See Clee#nish.

Cluaynfiachna. See Clonfeacle.

Cluaynoys. See Clones.

Cluayn Tuaisgeart Omanie. See Clontuskert.

Cluaynunderg, diocese of Tuam, 278.

Clyddyrhow, Richard de. See Clitheroe.

Clyf, Clyff, Augustine de. See Cliff.

-, Thomas, See Cliff.

Clyfley. Agnes, damsel, 359.

Clynton, William, donsel, 236.

Clypsham, John, donsel, 498.

-, -, Alice his wife, 498.

Clyst, Clist, St. George [co. Devon], 150.

Clyst St. Michael. See Sowton.

Clyve, John, Benedictine, 275.

-, See Cliff.

Clyve. See Cleeve, Bishops; Cliffe.

Clyveland. See Cleveland.

Cobbe, Alexander, rector of Ringsfield, 292.

Cobham, Cobeham [co. Kent], John de Cobham, Cobeham, knight, lord of, 27-29.

-, lord of. See Braybrook.

-, collegiate church of St. Mary Magdalene, 27-29, 49, 50.

-, -, master of. See Tanner.

Cockersand. Cokersand [co. Lancaster], Premonstratensian abbey, abbot and convent of, 389.

Cockfield, Cokefeld [co. Suffolk], 60, 84.

Codeford, John, priest, 407.

Codenore. See Codnor.

Codling, Thomas, clerk, 307.

Codnor, Codenore [co. Derby], Richard Grey of, 225.

Coggeran, Maurice. See Coggran.

Coggeshale, John, 11.

-, -, Alice his wife, 11.

Coggeran, Coggeran, Maurice, archdeacon of Ossory, canon of Emly, Limerick and Lismore, rector of Dungarvan, 34, 35, 460.

Cok. Thomas. See Coke.

Cokayn, John. donsel, 21.

-, -, Ida his wife, damsel, 21.

-, See Cokyn.

Coke, Cok, Edmund, of Thurgarton, 18.

-, Thomas, citizen of Norwich, 406.

-, -, -, Agnes his wife, 406.

-, See Cook.

Cokefeld. See Cockfield.

Cokersand. See Cockersand.

Cokisford. See Coxford.

Cokworthy, John, rector of St. Ewin's, London, 510.

Cokyn, John, priest, 13.

-, See Cokayn.

Colbi, Thomas, Carmelite, bishop of Elphin, afterwards of Lismore and Waterford, 240, 310, 443, 453.

Colbrond, Calbrond, John (diocese of Chichester), nobleman, 339.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 339.

-, John (diocese of Chichester), donsel, 340.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 340.

Colchester [co. Essex], archdeacon of. See Kyngeston.

-, Elena Ross of, damsel, 407.

Coldall, Thomas, 329.

-, -, Isabel his wife, 329.

Colde Norton. See Norton, Cold.

Coldyke, John, of Stody, donsel, 330, 340.

-, -, -, Emma his wife, 330, 340.

Cole, John (diocese of Exeter), clerk, 331. 333, 337.

-, John, chancellor of St. Davids, 322.

Colebre, Alexander. See Colowe.

Colebeny. See Cooliney.

Colerne, Collerne [co. Wilts], 337.

Colewe, Alexander. See Colowe.

Colholme, Colhome, Richard (diocese of York), clerk, 288.

-, Richard (diocese of York), clerk, to be a notary public, 214.

Colle. Walter, clerk, 287.

Collerne. See Colerne.

Collingbourne Kingston, Colyngborne Abbatis [co. Wilts], 498.

Collingham, North, North Colyngham [co. Notts], 416.

-, South, Sowthcolyngham [co. Notts], 318.

Collis Victorie. See Knockmoy.

Colly, John, rector of Kelshall, 12, 16.

Collys, John, priest, notary, 352.

Colmon, Thomas, of Lichfield, prior of Launde, 335.

Colmorde (i.e. Colmworth), John, rector of Storrington, 504.

Colmworth, Colmurde [co. Bedford], parish church of St Denis, 21.

Colne, John (diocese of York), priest, 360.

-, John, rector of Methley (diocese of York), 484.

-, Richard, 11.

-, -, Cecily his wife, 11.

Colnet or Coluet, Nicholas, canon of Chichester and London, rector of Sutton Courtney, doctor of Henry V, 507.

Colobre, Alexander. See Colowe.

Cologne [Rheinland], archbishop of. See Saarwerden.

-, dean of St. George's. papal mandatary, 380, 397.

Colowe, Colewe, Colebre, Colobre, Alexander, priest, 468, 469.

Coloworth. See Colworth.

Colton, John, archbishop of Armagh, 5, 110, 111, 436.

Coluet or Colnet, Nicholas, canon of Chichester and London, rector of Sutton Courtney, doctor of Henry V. 507.

Columpton. See Cullompton.

Colvile, Colvyle, John, knight, 25, 290.

Colworth, Coloworth [co. Sussex], prebend in Chichester, 415.

Colyn, Alexander, priest, 341.

Colyngborne Abbatis. See Collingbourne Kingston.

Colyngham, North. See North Collingham.

Combe [in the parish of Combe St. Nicholas, co. Somerset], prebend in Wells, 57, 210.

Combepyne, Pincombe [co. Devon], 328.

Combe Quinta [in the parish of Combe St. Nicholas, co. Somerset], prebend in Wells, 300, 463.

Combermere, Combremer, Combremere, Cumburmer [co. Chester], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 327.

-, -, Thomas, abbot of, 335.

-, -, monk of, 21.

Combwell, Cumbwell [co. Kent], Augustinian priory, canon of, 185, 349.

Comige or Conuge, John, priest, 358.

Comor. See Cumber.

Compostela. See Santiago.

Compton [co. Sussex], 496.

Conall priory. See Great Connell.

Concordia [Veneto, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 474, 478, 492.

-, -, See Ponto.

Condom [Gers, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 454.

Congresbury, St. Andrew, Congesbury, Congarysbury alias Congesbury, [co. Somerset], 323, 337.

Connaught [Ireland], Charles (i.e. Cathal) lord (king) of, 278.

Connell priory. See Great Connell.

Connor [co. Antrim], John, bishop of, 492.

Conolly. See Macconulag.

Constable, Thomas, 360.

-, -, Alice his wife, 360.

Constance [Baden], precentor of, papal mandatary, 514.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 514.

-, Benedictine abbey of the Irish (Scots), abbot of, papal mandatary, 36.

-, -, Cormac, abbot of, commendatary of the priory of Weih St. Peter, Regensburg, 487.

-, General Council of, 183, 185, 485.

-, -, letters of the, 514, 515.

-, letters dated at, 485.

Constantinople, reservation of the see of, 98.

Conuge or Comige, John, priest, 358.

Conwey, Thomas, priest, 17.

Conzi, Francis de, archbishop of Narbonne, chamberlain of John XXIII, 171.

Cook, Cooke, John, priest, 339.

-, William, 145.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 145.

-, See Coke.

Cooladye. See Cuyldega.

Coolcor, Cuilcorra [in Ballyburley parish, King's County], 257.

Coole, Cuelleach [in Killesk parish, co. Wexford], 281.

Cooliney, Colelbeny, Culene, Culeueny, [co. Cork], prebend in Cloyne, 114, 123, 124, 399.

Copenhale. See Coppenhall.

Coperoun, Nicholas, rector of Kington Magna, 294.

Copinger, William, priest, 15.

Coppenhall, Copenhale, St. Laurence [co. Stafford], prebend in Penkridge, 210.

Corario (Correr), Angelus. See Gregory XII.

-, A[nthony], corrector of papal letters. See Corrarius.

Corcomaga alias Killchorryn. See Kilkerrin.

Corcomroe, de Petrafertili [in Abbey parish, co. Clare], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 39, 263, 433, 479.

Corf, Thomas, Augustinian canon, 282.

Corfe, Corff [co. Somerset], 486.

Coringam, Coringham, Roger. See Corryngham.

Corinth [Greece], archbishop of, papal mandatary, 482, 494.

Cork [co. Cork], bishop of, papal mandatary, 124, 428.

-, -, See Fox alias Raghat.

-, Richard, bishop of, sometime rector of St. Columba's, Clonmore, 88, 197.

-, archdeacon of. See Galle; Pellyne.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 87, 88, 425, 428.

-, canons of. See Corre; Omurchili; Wynchedon.

-, chapter of, 428.

-, city and diocese of, papal collector in. See Corre.

-, clergy, etc. of the city and diocese of, 197.

-, see of, administrator of during voidance. See O'Hedian.

-, abbey of St. Gillaaeda alias de Antro, de Antro Sancti Findbarii, i.e., Gill abbey, O.S.A., near St. Finbar's cave, on the S.W. side of the city, abbot of, papal mandatary, 203.

-, -, canon of 280.

Corkamaga. See Kilkerrin.

Corner, Richard de la, bishop of Meath, 163.

Cornewayl, Thomas, rector of Sampford Courtenay, afterwards of St. Stephen's in Brannel, 228.

-, See Cornubii.

Cornhampton, Philip de, abbot of Netley, 202.

Cornubii, Robert, rector of St. Peter's by the Pump, Lincoln, chantry priest of St. Nicholas's in Lincoln cathedral church 293.

-, See Cornewayl.

Cornwall, archdeacon of. See Daunttesey; Bremore.

-, See Cornewayl; Cornubii.

Coron [Greece], reservation of the see of, 98.

Corran, barony of [co. Sligo]. See Dachorand.

Corrarius, Corario (Correr), Angelus. See Gregory XII.

-, Anthony, bishop of Modoni or Methona, nephew, treasurer, referendary, and nuncio of Gregory XII to France, etc., 94.

-, -, papal mandatary, 114.

-, A., corrector of papal letters, 132.

Corre, Correr alias Carrat. John, canon of Cork, rector of Ballymartle alias Kilmedy, etc., afterwards vicar of Kinsale, collector to the papal camera in the cities and dioceses of Cork and Ross, 87, 88, 514.

Corryngham, Coringam, Coringham, Coryngham, John, rector of Campsall, 384, 411.

-, Roger, archdeacon and canon of York, 106, 239, 240, 411, 474.

Corsley [co. Wilts], 491, 492.

Corteys, Hugh, donsel, 342.

-, -, his wife, damsel, 342.

Corymalet. See Curry Mallet.

Coryngham, John and Roger. See Corryngham.

Cossa, Balthasar, Baldasar. See John XXIII.

Cotes, John, donsel, 356.

-, -, his wife, 356.

Cotgrave [co. Notts], 273.

Coton, John, priest, 332, 333, 342.

Cotyngham, Richard, Premonstratensian, papal chaplain, 182, 400.

Coudrey, Richard, rector of Old Radnor,449.

Courteney, Corthenay, Courtenay, Edward, knight, 383.

-, -, Eleanor his wife, 383.

-, Richard, chancellor of the university of Oxford, 303.

-, -, dean of Wells, archdeacon of Northampton, precentor of Chichester, canon of Exeter, Lincoln, London, Wells, Wilton and York, prebendary of Exeter castle and chaplain of Hayes in the same, afterwards bishop of Norwich, 59, 433, 434, 450, 453, 454.

-, William, archbishop of Canterbury, 134, 219.

Couton, Thomas, priest, 145, 147.

Covehithe, Northales [co. Suffolk], 380.

Coventre, Covyntre, John, Friar Preacher, papal chaplain, 175.

-, Nicholas, rector of Upton Lovell, 375.

Coventry [co. Warwick], Benedictine priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 8.

-, -, -, See Crosby.

-, -, subprior of. See Luffe.

-, -, monks of, 353.

-, -, church of St. Michael [in the cemetery of], 57.

-, see of. See Lichfield and Coventry.

Covyntre, John. See Coventre.

Cowtishale, Hugh, priest, 357.

Coxford, Cokisford [in East Rudham parish, co. Norfolk], Augustinian priory, canon of, 272.

Crakanthorp, Roger de, clerk, 215.

Crancewyk, John de. See Cranswick.

Cranley, Thomas, archbishop of Dublin, 11, 24, 67, 174, 203, 368, 493.

Cranloys or Crauloys, John, Benedictine, 358.

Cranswick, Crancewyk, John de, bishop of Antaradus or Tortosa, sometime a Gilbertine canon, 222.

Crantock, St. Karentoc [co. Cornwall], collegiate church, dean of. See Hendeman; Culling.

Cranwell, William, Friar Preacher, papal chaplain, 1.

Crask, William, clerk, 156.

Crathorne, John, priest, 356, 359.

Crauloys or Cranloys, John, Benedictine, 358.

Craunford, Richard de, rector of St. Martin's, Trimley, and of St. John's, Alleston, 50.

Craven, Thomas, clerk, 512.

Credi, John, donsel, 150.

Crediton [co. Devon], collegiate church of St. Cross, canons of. See Prophet; Ryssheton.

Crek. See Crick.

Cremona [Lombardy, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 105.

Cresakyr, John, priest, 15.

Cressewelle, John, donsel, 100.

Cressingham, Great, Cressyngham Magna [co. Norfolk], 285.

Crestishall. See Chrishall.

Crete, reservation of the see of, 98.

Crewe, Elizabet, prioress of Chester, 329.

Crick, Crek [co. Northants], 40.

Crickhowell. See Llangattock.

Cristemasse, Cristemassi, John, canon of the collegiate chapel of St. Mary and All Angels, York, 298.

Cristour alias Saleys, Thomas, vicar of Ballingarry, 231, 232.

Cropredy, Cropri alias Cropridi, Cropry alias Cropredi [co. Oxford], prebend in Lincoln, 39.

-, vicarage of, 306.

Crosby, Richard, prior of Coventry, 382.

Crosrathi [? Cross in Kilmore parish, co. Mayo], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 480.

Crosthwaite, Crosthuayt, Crosthwayt [co. Cumberland], 8, 207, 349.

Croston [co. Lancaster], parish church of St. Michael, 155.

Croutheston, William, clerk, notary, 93.

Crowland, Croyland [co. Lincoln], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 22.

Crownhall, Henry, Hospitaller, preceptor of Eagle and Willoughton, 354, 362.

Croxton, Croyston [co. Leicester], Premonstratensian abbey, abbot of, 159.

Croyland. See Crowland.

Croyston. See Croxton.

Crukadan, Geoffrey, canon of Chichester and Salisbury, rector of Tadmerton, 88.

Crukerne, John, donsel, 381.

Crulle, Margaret, Benedictine nun, 359.

-, Peter, donsel, 14, 20.

-, -, Joan his wife, damsel, 14, 20.

Crundale, Thomas, vicar of Trevet, 270.

Crychfearthuy alias Tirclach. See Tirawley.

Cuelleach. See Coole.

Cuhustat, diocese of Raphoe, 265.

Cuilcorra. See Coolcor.

Cuildescert. See Clonlard.

Cuilleada. See Cuyldega.

Cuiyky. See Quin.

Culene, Culeueny. See Cooliney.

Culling, Cullyng, William, dean of Crantock, provost and canon of Glasney, canon of Exeter and Salisbury, rector of Upton Pyne, 114, 115, 127.

Cullompton. Columpton [co. Devon], 385.

Cullurdoufe, Thomas, vicar of Diseworth, afterwards rector of Church Lawton, 416.

Cullyng, William. See Culling.

Cumbe, Thomas, vicar of Huish Episcopi, 495.

Cumber, Upper, Comor [co. Londonderry], 436.

Cumbermer. See Combermere.

Cumbwell. See Combwell.

Cunky. See Quin.

Curke, John, rector of Kinnagh (diocese of Ferns), 40, 103.

-, John, clerk, rector of Foston (diocese of Lincoln), 221.

-, See Ocurke.

Curlw, John, Benedictine, bishop of Dromore, 197, 315.

Curnok, Richard, priest, 408.

Curry Mallet, Corymalet [co. Somerset], 298.

Curry Rivell [co. Somerset], hospital and chapel of St. Mary Magdalene at Langport in the parish of, 245.

Curson, Thomas, clerk, 450.

Cuyldega, Cuilleada, diocese of Eiphin [?Cooladye, a townland in Tumna parish, co. Roscomon], 160, 469.

Cuynchy, Cuyngkyg, Cwnky. See Quin.

Cyllmaceyan, diocese of Tuam. 275.

Cymimacgid, diocese of Clonfert, 424.

Cyrecarbry. See Cairbre Gabhrain.