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Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 1, 1509-1514. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1920.

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Caa or Cae, Wm., 438 (2 m. 5).

Cabanillas, Hieronymo de, Spanish ambassador in France, 261, 325, 329 (pp. 148, 150), 333, 572, 854, 858, 867, 983, 1119, 1127, 1257 (2):App. 10.
-, -, -, letter from, 572.
-, -, -, letter to, 261:App. 6.

Cabra, Count de, 6 (p. 5).

Cabrieres, in France, 3344.

Caceres (Casserys), Francisca de, wife of Francisco Grimaldo, 474, 2120, 2131.

Cacheman or Cachemay, Ph., g. 132 (68), 587 (12).

Cachmayd (Catchmay), John, page of the Chamber, 20 (p. 13).
-, - (Chachemay, Chacchemew, Cachemewe), Ric., page and groom of the Chamber, 228, 640, 707 (p. 383), 2480 (29):g. 381 (29), 632 (74), 651 (23), 1316 (47).

Caddington, Beds, prebend of C. Major, in St. Paul's, London, g. 3499 (10).

Cadebury, Th., p. 1517.

Cadherne, Henry, g. 731 (57).

Cadiov, Wm., rector of Brinkley, g. 2422 (2).

Cadiz (Gwaides, Calles, Cadys), in Spain, 730, 1321, 1326 (p. 617), 1883.
-, -, letters dated at, 787, 795.

Cadney, Linc., 438 (4 m. 14).

Cadogan, Th., 438 (3 m. 24).

Caen, in Normandy, 1594.
-, -, letter dated at, 1201.

Caenoncle. See Canoncle.

Caen stone (Canestones), g. 1494 (21).

Caerdegok, co. Anglesea, 438 (1 m. 22).

Caerleon (Kaerlyon, Carlion, Karlyon), co. Monmouth, g. 54 (31, 356), 190 (6), 381 (1), 447 (19), 485 (37), 784 (21), 924 (11), 1804 (42), 2964 (12).

Caermarthen county, g. 414 (56), 749 (17).

Caermarthen (Kermerdyn), town, confirmation for, g. 414 (57).

Caernarvon, g. 784 (45).

Caerwent (Carewent), co. Monmouth, 438 (1 m. 22).

Caestres. See Castres.

Cafe. See Cave.

Caherelly (Rayrillei, Rayralley), co. Limerick, p. 1530.

Cahors. See Oulx.

Cailwey. See Kelway.

Cairo, in Egypt, 1002, 1522.

Caister (Castre, Caster Bardolf), Norf., 438 (1 m. 3), 438 (2 m. 24):g. 833 (46).

Caistor (Castre), Linc., g. 190 (13, 14).

Caithness (Catnes), bp. of. See Stewart, A.

Caithness, Wm. St. Clair earl of, slain at Flodden, 2313.

Cakrowe. See Carrow.

Calabria, Ferdinand duke of, son of Frederic king of Naples ( 1504), 1511.

Calabut. See Calibut.

Calais (Calesse, Calise, Kales), 110, 168, 193, 214, 261, 438 (1 mm. 1, 5, 8), 438 (2 m. 15), 438 (3 mm. 19 bis, 22, 30 bis, 32), 438 (4 mm. 2, 6 bis, 19, 29), 535, 568, 592, 791, 878, 1004, 1032 (5), 1055, 1087, 1201, 1216, 1233, 1237, 1241, 1258, 1265 (p. 580), 1279, 1285, 1291, 1307, 13212, 1344 (p. 625), 1377, 1413, 1420, 1424, 1461, 1463, 1500, 1551, 1559, 1643, 1679, 1715, 1725, 1812, 1821, 1834, 1848, 1863, 1869 vii., 1876, 1891 (2), 1899, 1902, 1912, 1921, 1937, 1942, 19623, 1970, 200910, 2014, 2028, 2037, 2054 (2), 2057, 2061, 20635, 2069, 2073, 2078, 2081, 2092, 2120, 2126, 2132, 2147, 2163, 2179, 2185, 22201, 22267, 2257, 2269, 2273, 2278, 2305 ii., iii., 2308, 23756, 2378, 2380, 2391, 2397, 2404, 2413, 2451, 2478, (2, 3), 2480, 2483, 2493, 2510, 2540, 2542, 2544 ii., 2562, 2604, 2609, 2611, 2633, 2650, 2656, 2678, 2685, 2693, 2741, 2765, 2768 (2), 2781, 2797, 2809, 281112, 2832 (v., vi.), 28334, 2849, 2853, 2865, 2875, 28778, 2888, 2894, 2934, 2946, 2951, 2972, 2983, 3009, 3018 (p. 1302), 3041, 3048, 3085, 3090, 3135, 3137 (16), 31734, 3178, 3210, 3222, 3228, 3246, 3257, 3272, 3298, 3329, 3331, 3338, 3411, 3421, 3424, 3427, 3456, 3501, 3506, 3513 (2), 3539, 3555, 3565, 3567, 3578, 3595:pp. 1505, 150811, 1514, 15167:g. 11 (12), 94 (59), 132 (53, 945), 158 (30), 190 (34), 257 (13, 22), 381 (41), 447 (3, 145), 449 (10, 19), 519 (12, 16), 651 (17), 682 (6, 39), 709 (42), 751 (2), 784 (25), 833 (71), 1221 (11), 1316 (401), 1365 (16), 1804 (47), 2055 (11), 2222 (11), 2422 (4), 2535 (22), 2617 (31), 2772 (5, 55), 3408 (26, 37), 3499 (77).
-, -, confirmation of charters for, g. 414 (40).
-, -, grants dated at, g. 2137 (21, 27), 2222 (3, 57, 11), 2484 (14), 2535 (18).
-, -, letters &c., dated at, 170, 723, 1567, 1815, 1853, 1865, 1871, 18901, 1901, 1908, 2082, 208990, 2098, 2100, 2112, 2385, 2470, 2556, 2593, 2643, 2673, 2767, 2854, 2974, 2983, 3087, 3144.
-, -, alderman, 438 (3 m. 16).
-, -, artillerist. See Cliff, R.
-, -, artillery and "springald" at, 193.
-, -, bailiff of the scunage, g. 969 (35). See Culpeper, W.
-, -, "bill-money," g. 94 (110), 193 (p. 99), 1804 (53).
-, -, captain of the castle. See Carew, Sir Ric.
-, -, chief carpenter, g. 289 (48). See Bukmer, G.
-, -, chief mason, g. 289 (49). See Baker, J.
-, -, chief smith, g. 381 (10). See Dowsyn, J.
-, -, clerk of the council, g. 604 (47). See Lathbury, R.; Tuke, B.
-, -, clerk of the works. See Deacon, Th.
-, -, collector of quit rents, 878:g. 158 (28), 604 (5). See English, T.; Pawne, W.
-, -, comptroller of, g. 190 (39), 218 (4), 257 (4), 2222 (7). See Wiltshire, Sir J.
-, -, council of, 193 (pp. 101, 103), 2786, 2854.
-, -, customer of, g. 94 (94). See Smith, R.; also Vaughan, W.
-, -, customer at Lanterngate. See Bingham, J.
-, -, Deputy of, 175, 194:g. 190 (39), 2222 (7). See Talbot, Sir G.; Wingfield, Sir Ric.
-, -, "devours" or dues of, g. 54 (82), 94 (34, 94), 289 (34), 357 (8).
-, -, dyke keepers, 193 (p. 101).
-, -, Englishmen at, 713.
-, -, espial money, 193 (p. 102):g. 190 (39).
-, -, exchange in, 193 (p. 100).
-, -, fortifications, 1463 xiii.
-, -, garrisons of. See below, retinue.
-, -, keeper of the Exchange or foreign exchanges, g. 132 (92), 833 (62), 1266 (32). See Boleyn, Sir T.; Ardisono, G.
-, -, king's rents, 193.
-, -, lieutenant of, 193 (pp. 99, 1012), 3338 (2):g. 190 (39).
-, -, marshal of, 1887:g. 190 (39), 447 (31), 969 (48), 2222 (6, 7). See Meryng, Sir W.; Wingfield, Sir Richard and Sir Robert.
-, -, master of artillery and ordnance, g. 218 (62). See Somerset, A.
-, -, master carpenter of, g. 2535 (21).
-, -, mayor of (appointed 4 Aug. yearly), 438 (1 m. 24), 438 (3 m. 19):g. 3226 (17). See Burdon, T. (15089); Chafer, R. (151112); Prowde, T. (151213); Cuttures, R. de (151314).
-, -, mint (and cinerage of money) in, 193 (p. 100). See also Mint.
-, -, porter (master porter) of, 1803 (1 m. 2), 2375:g. 190 (39), 447 (12), 2222 (7).
-, -, - See Carew, Sir R.; Wotton, R.
-, -, receiver of, 438 (1 m. 23).
-, -, retinue (soldiers, garrison, spears, &c.) of, 193 (2), 438 (1 mm. 22, 245), 438 (2 m. 30), 438 (3 mm. 16 bis, 17, 20, 23), 440, 589 (24), 634, 1803 (2 m. 1), 1887, 2049, 2053 (3), 2179, 2425, 2607, 2673, 2786, 2954:g. 190 (34), 1805 (1).
-, -, -, musters, g. 190 (34).
-, -, -, spears, g. 218 (62), 651 (17), 833 (36, 667), 857 (10), 1524 (9), 2055 (62), 2684 (30, 40), 2861 (15), 3324 (19).
-, -, -, spears and archers on horseback named, 2049.
-, -, revenues, g. 709 (14), 1948 (31), 2684 (30, 40).
-, -, searcher, g. 749 (1). See Redmayn, A.; Davy, W.; Clerk, J.
-, -, secretary. See Benolt, J.
-, -, soldiers, g. 447 (3), 749 (25), 833 (71), 1804 (53, 58), 2222 (7).
-, -, Staple, merchants of the (collectively), 438 (1 m. 16), 440, 634, 876, 1715, 1752, 1921, 1940, 2211, 2787, 2954:g. 709 (14), 1170 (11), 1494 (13), 1662 (13), 1948 (31, 74), 2055 (1012), 2964 (48), 3107 (2, 20), 3226 (14, 29).
-, -, -, account of wool shipments, 1752.
-, -, -, confirmation of charters, g. 519 (29).
-, -, -, grants to, g. 546 (5), 2222 (1).
-, -, -, dispute with Merchant Adventurers, 1032.
-, -, -, lieutenant of, 2673.
-, -, -, merchants of the, 193 (pp. 1013), 438 (1 mm. 2, 3, 5, 16 ter, 18, 19 quater, 22), 438 (2 mm. 13 quater, 15, 202, 25), 438 (3 mm. 2 bis, 3, 4, 5 bis, 7, 8, 10 bis, 11 ter, 12, 14 ter, 16 ter, 19, 20 bis, 234, 28, 29 bis, 32 ter, 33, 34), 438 (4 mm. 3, 7, 8 bis, 19, 223, 27, 29), 872, 1032, 1385, 1803, (2 mm. 1, 5), 2812, 2832 v., vi., 3385:pp. 1507, 150910, 1515, 1519:g. 485 (10), 784 (27), 924 (7), 1221 (4, 38), 1316 (39), 2137 (16), 2684 (31), 2772 (41), 2964 (48), 3499 (38).
-, -, -, mayor, 1032 (8).
-, -, -, solicitor of, 438 (1 m. 17), 1803 (1 m. 6).
-, -, steward of, 438 (3 m. 15).
-, -, sub-marshal or under-marshal, q.v.
-, -, surveyor of works. See Nele, A.; Briswood, W.
-, -, treasurer of, g. 190 (39), 218 (4, 15), 257 (4), 833 (47), 1804 (10), 2222 (7), 3107 (20), 3408 (9). See Conway, Sir H.
-, -, treasurer's accounts, 3595.
-, See under Conway, Sir H.
-, -, treasurer's seal, 193 (p. 100).
-, -, under-marshal or vice-marshal of, g. 190 (39). See Culpeper, W.
-, -, victualling of, 1150:g. 1804 (22).
-, -, water-bailiff, g. 94 (6), 1221 (46). See Cokeson, J.
-, -, weigher or wool-weigher of, 1803 (2 m. 5):g. 1804 (44).
-, -, works at, account, 582.
-, -, places in and near:
-, Balingham (Bavelingham), 193 (pp. 100, 1034), 214:g. 709 (14), 1948 (31).
-, -, rector presented, g. 731 (53).
-, Brewhouses (the King's), 2675.
-, Calkewell. See below Coquelle.
-, Carmelite Friars, 193 (p. 102).
-, Castle, 1961, 2656 (3):g. 190 (34).
-, -, lieutenant of, 170, 405:g. 414 (59), 2484 (29). See Carew, Sir R.
-, Castle Hill, 193.
-, Colne Island, 193:g. 969 (35).
-, Coquelle (Calkewell, Calkwell), 2112, 2380, 2391.
-, Elveringham or Everingham. See below, Hervelinghen.
-, Exchequer, 2482.
-, Fisherstrete, g. 257 (51).
-, Froyton. See Frthun.
-, Hemp Street, g. 546 (5).
-, Hervelinghen (Elveringham, Everingham, Overingham), rector presented, g. 731 (43), 1003 (21), 1494 (56).
-, Lantern (Lantron) Gate, customer at, 1921:g. 1083 (6).
-, Le Lede, g. 1804 (58).
-, Marke, rectory of, g. 54 (16).
-, Marke (Merke) and Oye, lordships of, 193 (pp. 100, 104), 582, 589 (p. 339), 1715, 2483, 2593, 2834, 2888, 3222, 3317:g. 190(39), 546 (2), 709 (14), 1948 (31), 2222 (7).
-, -, beadle, g. 833 (67). See Cokeson, W.
-, -, confirmation for the inhabitants, g. 381 (72).
-, Mill Hill, 193.
-, Netylbed Tenements, g. 833 (66).
-, Newenham, sluice and turnpike at, 193 (p. 101).
-, - (Neunham) Bridge, 193 (p. 101), 2392 (p. 1063), 2834, 3222.
-, -, collector of tolls, g. 749 (25), 1804 (58).
-, Newhaven, 193 (p. 99):g. 749 (1), 1221 (46).
-, Overingham. See above, Hervelinghen.
-, Oye. See Marke and Oye.
-, Pitta church, 2391 (p. 1061).
-, Richard II's chantry, 2854.
-, Roper Lane, g. 546 (5).
-, Ruysbank tower, 193 (p. 100), 716, 1871, 2959.
-, -, lieutenant of, g. 54 (17). See Knight, R.; Peachy, Sir J.
-, St. Blaise, rector presented, g. 218 (20), 3324 (17).
-, St. Mary's, 2295, 2391 (p. 1058), 2483.
-, -, rector presented, g. 289 (37).
-, St. Nichasius, rector presented, g. 804 (37).
-, St. Nicholas, 2391 (pp. 10578), 3457.
-, -, rectory of, g. 54 (15).
-, St. Peter's or St. Peter le Stones, 3411, 3424, 3430:g. 1804 (58).
-, Sangatte (Sandegate), 193 (pp. 100, 1034), 214, 589 (p. 339), 3338:g. 519 (12), 709 (14), 1948 (31).
-, -, bailiff of. See Cheyny, R.
-, Scunage, 193:g. 1804 (58).
-, Staple Inn and Hall, 2295, 2380, 2562, 2656 (3):g. 546 (5).
-, Wale, 2593.
-, White Friars, g. 546 (71).
-, Windmills, 193.

Calais pursuivant, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 879.
-, - See Joyner, J.

Calais (Calyse, Caleys, Cales, Calise), Henry, 20 (p. 17), 1801, 2540, 3343, 3357:g. 190 (1), 749 (30), 3408 (11).

Calatrava, Order of, 2267.

Calcatt, Edw., purser, 2305 ii.

Calce, Jane, and Alice de (temp. Hen. III. ?), g. 632 (82).

Calcidony, John bp. of, prior of Bromholme, 574.

Calcina (Calzina), in Italy, 2434.
-, -, letter dated at, 2154.

Calcot, Rutl. See Caldecot.

Calcot or Calcote, John, 438 (3 m. 29):g. 257 (49), 632 (26), 969 (23), 1494 (9), 2484 (9), 3499 (12).

Calcote. See Caldecot.

Calcout. See Calicut.

Caldbeck, Cumb., g. 485 (25).

Caldecot (Calcote), Hunts, p. 1520.

Caldecot (Calcote), Ntht., p. 1548.

Caldecot (Calcot), Rutl., 438 (1 m. 22).

Calderon, , servant of Ferdinand of Aragon, 513.

Caldon. See Cauldon.

Caldstreme. See Coldstream.

Caldwell, Beds, 438 (3 m. 18).

Calebut. See Calibut.

Cale Hill (Calhull), Kent, g. 1123 (27).

Calehum, Jerome, of Milan, 1277 (p. 587).

Calendar, proposed reform of the, 3083.

Calendarer, 1003 (16).

Cales or Caleys. See Calais.

Cales, Robenet of, 1918.

Caleweyse. See Keilways.

Calfehill, Humphrey, g. 132 (85).

Calgarth, Westmld., g. 158 (89), 1732 (1).

Calibut (Calabut, Calebut), Francis, 438 (1 m. 1):p. 1541:g. 132 (26), 381 (43), 414 (4), 833 (58 i.), 3107 (24).

Calicut (Calcout), in India, 1344, 2801.

Calilee. See Callaly.

Calipolis. See Gallipoli.

Calke, Derb., St. Giles church, cell to Repton priory, 1803 (1 m. 4).

Callaly (Calilee, Caluley, Calole), Nthld., 438 (4 m. 20):g. 485 (26), 2863 (5).

Callay, G. de. See La Calege.

Calles. See Calais; also Cadiz.

Callington (Calington. Caryngton), Cornw., 438 (4 m. 23).

Callow, Derb., 438 (2 m. 30).

Callowhill (Colowhill), Worc., 438 (1 m. 12).

Calmyre, Westmld., 438 (2 m. 31).

Calne, Wilts, 438 (4 m. 24):g. 94 (35).

Calne hundred, Wilts, g. 94 (35).

Calole. See Callaly.

Calonne, Oliver le, notary, of Tournay, 2767.

Calonymos, Calo, a Hebrew physician or astrologer, letter from, 2212.

Calowe House, Glouc., 438 (2 m. 5).

Calstone (Calston), Wilts, 438.

Calthorne. See Cawthorne.

Calthorpe, Eliz., 438 (3 m. 21).
-, -, Francis, 438 (3 m. 21).
-, -, Joan, wife of Sir Philip, g. 969 (30).
-, -, John, 438 (3 m. 16).
-, - (Caltropp, Calthrop), Sir Philip, 20 (p. 16), 438 (3 m. 16), 1176 (4), 1453, 2830, 3348 (3):p. 1517:g. 833 (58), 969 (30).
-, - (Calthrop), Ric., ship captain, 1661 (3, 4), 1971, 2304 (3 i., ii., 4), 2686.

Caltrasse. See Galtres.

Calvecaunt. See Cavalcanti.

Calveley, James, warden of Ruthyn college, g. 833 (57).

Calverley (Calvarey), Yorks, 438 (3 m. 11), 438 (4 m. 12).

Calverley, Walter or Sir Walter, 438 (4 m. 12):App. 26.
-, -, Sir Wm., and Isabel his wife, 438 (4 m. 12).

Calvertsholme, in Scotland, p. 1260.

Calvus, Peter Baptista, p. 1525.

Calwodlegh, John, g. 132 (57).

Calzina. See Calcina.

Cam (Came), Richard, 438 (3 m. 5).

Camadium. See Comacchio.

Camangel. See Cormangel.

Camarata, Count of, 478.

Cambaye, king of, 1974 (p. 895).

Cambel. See Campbell.

Camber, the, 1480, 2546, 2825, 2865, 3042.

Camberwell (Camerwell), Surr., 438 (2 m. 12), 438 (3 m. 10), 438 (4 mm. 11 bis, 26).

Camboise (Camboys), Nthld., g. 94 (67).

Camborne (Cambourne), Cornw., 438 (4 m. 18).

Cambray, and the Cambresis, 1265, 1925, 2281, 2355, 2981.

Cambray (Camereye), Treaty and League of (1508), 83, 266, 279, 319, 356, 389, 463 ii., 531, 545, 562, 564, 614, 669, 681, 777, 780 (p. 418), 783, 943, 1002, 1138, 1338, 1357, 2646:App. 6.

Cambridge, 438 (1 m. 19), 438 (3 m. 6), 438 (3 m. 19), 438 (4 mm. 1, 3, 5, 11, 20, 24), 933, 952, 2133, 2457:g. 11 (10), 289 (31), 833 (11), 1221 (21), 2055 (16, 21), 2617 (13), 2772 (39), 3049 (37).
-, -, letters dated at, 8478, 863, 865, 883, 8901, 905, 920, 926, 936, 958, 961, 972, 980, 1060, 1188, 2088, 2133, 2306, 2424, 2458, 2468, 2519, 2558, 2625.
-, -, ancient farm of, g. 94 (35).
-, -, bailiff of, g. 94 (35 p. 50).
-, -, commission of the peace, p. 1504.
-, -, confirmation of charters, 443:g. 449 (16).
-, -, mayor of, g. 289 (31), 2772 (39).
-, -, Black Friars (Friars Preachers), annuity to, g. 132 (21).
-, -, Friars Minors, annuity to, g. 132 (23).
-, -, St. Edmund's priory, 438 (3 m. 15).
-, -, priory of St. John the Evangelist, g. 158 (24).

Cambridge University, 438 (1 mm. 3, 15, 18, 19 bis), 438 (2 mm. 21, 245, 32 bis), 438 (3 mm. 2, 6, 13, 16), 438 (4 mm. 4, 9), 559, 882, 948, 1526, 1803 (1 m. 4), 22234, 3063:g. 132 (11).
-, -, letters from, 1526, 2224, 2942.
-, -, election of Chancellor, 2942.
-, -, a Dutch physician at, 847.
-, Christ's College, g. 158 (27).
-, -, confirmation for, g. 1836 (16).
-, -, Countess of Richmond's bequest to, 145, 1446.
-, Clare Hall, 1803 (1 m. 3):p. 1525.
-, College of Holy Trinity of Norwich, 438 (2 m. 17), 438 (3 m. 20).
-, -, master of. See Wright, J.
-, Corpus Christi College, 438 (3 m. 34).
-, -, master. See Cosyn, T.
-, Gonville Hall, 438 (3 m. 16).
-, -, master. See Stubbe, E.
-, King's College (Royal College of St. Mary and St. Nicholas), 438 (1 m. 8), 438 (3 m. 5):g. 546 (30), 1083 (50), 3107 (19).
-, -, confirmation for, g. 1083 (50).
-, King's Hall, 438 (4 m. 3).
-, -, confirmation for, g. 414 (19).
-, New College, 1 (p. 2).
-, Pembroke Hall, founded by Mary widow of Aymer de Valence earl of Pembroke ( 1324), g. 1732 (26).
-, Queen's College, confirmation for, g. 632 (77).
-, St. John's College, g. 158 (24).
-, -, Countess of Richmond's bequest to, 1446.
-, St. Katharine's Hall, 438 (3 m. 19):g. 1662 (34).
-, -, master. See Grene, T.
-, St. Peter's College, 438 (3 m. 22).
-, -, master of, 438 (1 m. 3), 438 (3 m. 22).

Cambridgeshire, 205 (p. 106), 438 (4 m. 5), 1409 (2), 2054, 2392 (p. 1063), 3377:g. 11 (10), 132 (26, 39, 59), 218 (55), 257 (48), 381 (74), 632 (26), 682 (4), 804 (38), 833 (11), 969 (23), 1123 (15), 1462 (1), 1494 (9, 37), 1602 (19), 1804 (22, 29), 1836 (6), 2222 (12, 16), 2484 (9, 17), 2684 (5), 2964 (81), 3324 (20), 3408 (18), 3499 (12, 22, 68).
-, -, commission of the peace, p. 1534.

Camburn, Wm., p. 1549.

Cambuskenneth (Cambuschinet, Tunbuschmech) abbey, in Scotland, 107, 178, 1757, 2155, 3119, 3123, 3487:p. 1526.
-, -, Andrew abbot of, 1757.
-, -, Patrick abbot of. See Paniter, P.

Camby, , of the Counter, g. 11 (10).
-, -, John, g. 924 (17).

Camden, Glouc., g. 3049 (33).

Camden, Ric., g. 3324 (15).

Came. See Kyme.

Camel (Cammell), East, Soms., 438 (3 m. 3).

Camel, Queen's-, Soms., g. 158 (3).

Camelford (Camelforth), Cornw., 438 (4 m. 10).

Camelton. See Campton.

Cameryngham (Camryngham), Ric., of the Stable, 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 40).

Camfer. See Veere.

Camme, Ric., monk, g. 381 (11).

Cammyswell. See Camswell.

Campagna, in Italy, 933.

Campanato, Hieronymo, letter from, 965 ii.

Campbell, Archibald, earl of Argyle, q.v.
-, - (Cambel), Dougal, 3349 (p. 1411).
-, - (Caufelde), Sir Duncan, slain at Flodden, 2313.
-, - (Cambel), John, 1625, 2084, 3349 (p. 1412).

Campden, Glouc., 438 (4 m. 20).

Campeggio, Lawrence, auditor of the Rota, bp. of Feltre, Papal nuncio to Maximilian, 965, 2448 (pp. 1081, 1083), 2572, 2601, 2611, 2928, 3080, 3172, 3218, 3541, 3556.

Campion, Henry, 2357.

Campis, Bernard de, g. 1462 (9).

Campochy. See Campucci.

Campo Fregoso, Janus da, 529, 765, 1345.
-, -, Octavian da, 529.

Campsall (Camsall), Yorks, 1803 (1 m. 3).

Campsey (Campessey), Suff., nunnery, 438 (4 m. 11).
-, -, -, prioress. See Blenerhasset, A.

Campton (Camelton), Beds., 438 (2 m. 27).

Campucci (Campochy, Campucio), John, merchant of Lucca, 1493 vi., 2644, 2668, 3496:p. 1510:g. 1266 (40), 2055 (33).

Campvere. See Veere.

Campyon. See Champyon.

Camswell (Cammyswell), John, 438 (2 m. 24), 438 (4 m. 10).

Camynadus, Augustine, a Scot, 6623.

Camyngys. See Cannings.

Can, abbot of. See Fcamp.

Canarya, bp. of. See Ayala, Don P.

Candalle (Kendall), Gaston de Foix, comte de, 1327.

Candeveresden. See Preston Candover.

Candia (Candy, or Crete), the island, 83, 1005, 1216.

Candie, M., 2195.

Candissh. See Cavendish.

Candlemas tapers, 1027.

Candy, Ric., ship captain, 2938.

Candyshe. See Cavendish.

Caneto, by Asola, in Italy, 2154.

Canewdon (Canvedon, Caneweden), Essex, 438 (1 m. 25).
-, -, marshes of Kengeworth and Goore, 438 (4 m. 11).
-, -, Scottis in, 438 (4 m. 11).

Canfelde. See Campbell.

Canferre. See Veere.

Canfield, Little-, Essex, g. 289 (12).

Canford, Dors, g. 158 (69), 1123 (26).
-, -, grant dated at, g. 587 (19).
-, -, bailiff, &c., of, g. 132 (87).

Canford laund, Dors., g. 132 (87).

Cank. See Cannock.

Cannaquecul et Cannamare, in Ireland, p. 1523.

Cannings (Cannynges), Wilts, 438 (1 m. 7).

Cannings (Camyngys), Bishops-, Wilts, 438 (4 m. 7).

Cannington (Canyngton, Conyngton), Soms., 438 (2 m. 16), 438 (3 m. 25), 2033.

Cannock (Cank) Forest, Staff., g. 257 (70).
-, -, the Seven Hayes, g. 94 (16), 257 (70).

Cannon (Canon), George, 438 (1 m. 20).
-, -, John, g. 3582 (25).
-, - (Canon), Wm., chaplain, 1803 (2 m. 3).

Cannonby, in Scotland, p. 1260.

Canon. See Cannon.

Canoncle (Caenoncle, Carnoncle), John, g. 1415 (13).

Canons Ashby, Ntht., priory, 1803 (1 m. 2).
-, -, -, prior. See Randall, R.

Canossa (Canosse), Count Louis de, 3018, i.e., the bp. of Tricarico, q.v.

Cantabrians. See Biscay.

Cantelowe, Henry and Joan, 438 (3 m. 4).

Cantepye, Jean de, called Mercerot, 3349.

Canterbury, 1 (pp. 2, 3), 205 (p. 106), 438 (1 m. 8), 438 (2 mm. 4, 8, 26), 438 (3 mm. 9, 13, 19, 24, 29), 438 (4 m. 15), 480, 855, 1430, 1803 (1 m. 3), 1941, 2057, 2120, 2148, 2438, 2809, 2912, 2929, 3308, 3376:p. 1516:g. 587 (5), 833 (11), 885 (2), 1462 (27), 1732 (13, 25), 1948 (14), 2222 (16), 2422 (5), 2964 (67).
-, -, grants dated at, 546 (603), 731 (3340, 424, 4651, 537), 749 passim, 750 (1), 885 (27), 1083 (25), 1316 (414), 1524 (32), 1662 (27, 315, 37, 43, 456, 489, 514, 568),1732 (1, 38, 25, 345, 39, 41, 434, 478), 1804 (9), 2137 (26), 2684 (99).
-, -, letters dated at, 725, 1803 (1 m. 3), 2019, 2023, 2034, 2059, 2729, 31556.
-, -, customs of the city, 1727.
-, Christchurch cathedral priory, 438 (3 mm. 4, 13), 861, 1780, 2295, 3596:g. 731 (40).
-, -, chapter of, 205, 1780, 1941.
-, -, confirmation for, g. 414 (37).
-, -, dean of the alms-house, 438 (2 m. 6).
-, -, prior of, p. 1531. See Goldstone, T.
-, -, shrine of St. Thomas, 1 (p. 2).
-, -, visitation, 861.
-, Mint in, 438 (4 m. 22).
-, Northgate hospital, confirmation for, g. 749 (34).
-, St. Augustine's abbey, 1638, 2295.
-, -, abbot. See Hampton, T.
-, -, election of abbot, g. 485 (52), 546 (63).
-, -, John [Dygon], abbot of, 205:g. 485 (52), 546 (63).
-, St. John's hospital, 490.
-, -, prior. See Man, J.
-, St. Mary Undercrofte, 2295.
-, St. Paul's, vicar of, 438 (3 m. 33).
-, St. Sepulchre's nunnery, 438 (4 m. 28).
-, -, prioress. See Hales, M.

Canterbury, abp. of. See Warham, W.
-, -, -, audience court, 631.
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 381 (86).
-, -, -, prerogative court of, 438 (1 m. 19).

Canterbury, Boniface of Savoy abp. of (12441270), g. 414 (37), 485 (47).
-, -, Thomas abp. of (A.D. 1403), g. 414 (37).
-, -, Henry Chicheley, abp. of (A.D. 14141443), g. 485 (61).

Cantilupo, Eva de, charter of, g. 381 (66).

Cantleston (Cantlewaston), co. Glamorgan, 438 (1 m. 14).

Cantley (Cantelowe), Norf., g. 3049 (11).

Cantley (Kanteley), Yorks, g. 784 (35).

Cantok. See Quantock.

Cantref Selyf (Cantrecelby), co. Brecon, g. 709 (14).

Cantrell (Canterell), Ralph, D.D., 438 (2m. 24).

Cantuar', Willmus. See Warham.

Canute (Cnhut), King, grants of, g. 381 (73), 682 (12).

Canvedon. See Canewdon.

Canyngton. See Cannington.

Capast, Th., p. 1548.

Cap de la Hague ("the Hag"), in Normandy, 3001.

Capell, Surr., 438 (4 m. 27).

Capell, Giles or Sir Giles, esquire for the Body, knighted at Tournay, 20 (p. 12), 1176 (1, 4), 2301, 2480 (30):g. 587 (212), 749 (27), 1170 (4).
-, -, Sir Wm., merchant of the Staple, mayor of London, 309, 438 (1 m. 18), 1032 (2):pp. 1509, 1514:g. 11 (10), 587 (212), 731 (27), 1948 (11).
-, -, -, pardon for, g. 357 (22).

Capell. See also Cappell.

Capello, Filippo, of Venice, letter to, 147.
-, -, Francisco, appointed ambassador to England, 336, 383, 4012, 909, 914, 965 ii., 1276, 1345, 1352, 1374, 1386, 1426, 1439, 2567.
-, -, -, instructions, 1276.
-, -, -, letter from, 1352.
-, -, Paulo, Venetian ambassador at Rome (in 1509), proveditor, letters from, 147, 373 (2), 765, 1102.
-, -, -, letters to, 398, 1102, 1178.

Cape St. Vincent, in Spain, 837.

Capet, Ant., gunner, g. 357 (25).

Capland, West (Westecabbelond), Soms., g. 1083 (2).

Caponibus or Capponibus (Capponus), Louis de, pp. 15256.

Cappadocia, 766.

Cappe, Th., trumpet, 2803.

Cappell, , 597.
-, - (Capell), Peter, 438 (3 m. 24).

Capper, Ralph, 438 (2 m. 25).
-, -, Wm., 438 (1 m. 9).

Cappers, 438 (2 m. 25), 438 (4 m. 26):g. 604 (40), 2484 (5).

Cappleside (Capyshede), Westmld. [in Beetham], 438 (3 m. 10).

Capron, Henry, p. 1520.

Caps and hats, licence to import, 1732 (19, 29), 3107 (27), 3582 (13, 21, 28).

Capyshede. See Cappleside.

Car (of Scotland). See Kerr.

Caracciolo, , letters from, 3008, 3022, 3037, 3084, 3096, 3165, 3211, 3256.

Carafa, Jo. Petrus, bp. of Chieti, q.v.
-, -, Oliver, cardinal of Naples, q.v.

Carais, rectory of [co. Londonderry ?], p. 1522.

Carant (Carent, Carrant, Carraunt), Wm., 438 (4 m. 7):p. 1543:g. 257 (49), 632 (26).

Carate, Mathieu, Spanish messenger, 2588.

Carbrooke (Karbroke), Norf., 438 (1 m. 2), 438 (2 m. 9).

Carcassonne, in France, seneschal of, 1064, 1647 (p. 743).

Carden (Cawardyne, Cawrdyn), Robert, 438 (1 m. 11), 2392.
-, - (Karden), Wm., 561.

Carder, Wm., a heretic, 752 ii.

Cardeston. See Kerdiston.

Cardew, Cumb., g. 132 (50).

Cardiff (Kardyff, Kaerdyff, Kerdif), in Wales, 438 (2 mm. 14, 27), 438 (3 m. 25), 438 (4 m. 8, 21 bis):g. 158 (55), 257 (12), 1836 (18).
-, -, letter dated at, 1402.
-, -, castle, g. 54 (87).
-, -, -, constable, g. 519 (51).

Cardiff (Kerdeff), Matth., 20 (p. 16).

Cardigan county, 438 (1 m. 23):g. 94 (98), 414 (56), 749 (17).

Cardigan (Gardygon), Th., groom of the Chamber, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 41), 380.
-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 380.

Cardinals, the, college of, and consistory, 147, 268, 354, 476, 515, 590, 633, 697, 773, 785, 812, 866, 1006, 1232, 1670, 1677, 1697, 1719, 1735, 1769, 202932, 2273, 2276, 2353, 2373, 2530, 2601, 2636, 2642, 2644, 2891, 2928, 2932, 3051, 3063, 3236, 3301, 3304, 34956, 35089:g. 1083 (19).
-, -, -, letters from, 2168, 3504, 3562.
-, -, -, letters to, 697, 702, 1540, 1616.
-, -, creation of, 636, 669, 674, 714, 718, 777, 834, 1041, 1182, 1293, 2320, 2398:p. 1529.
-, -, French, 3544.
-, -, schismatic (viz., St. Cross, Narbonne, Cusentin, Bayeux, and St. Severin), holding a General Council, 625, 636, 667, 732, 777 (p. 415), 829, 842, 923, 932, 1007, 1127 (p. 539), 1224, 1670, 1750, 1769, 2016, 2029, 2056, 2123, 2127:p. 1528:g. 1836 (3).
-, -, -, letters from, 625, 732.
-, -, -, messenger of, 636, 667.

Cardinham (Dynham), Cornw., 438 (4 m. 4).

Cardington, Beds, 438 (1 m. 26).

Cardington, Salop, 438 (1 m. 7).

Cardmaker, 438 (4 m. 27).

Cardmaker, Th., 438 (4 m. 27).

Cardona, Duke of, his daughter, 2292.
-, -, Ramon de, viceroy of Naples, 481, 965 ii., 1277 (p. 588), 1301 (pp. 5958), 1339, 1345, 1364, 1374, 1469, 1489, 1555, 1559, 1568, 1604, 1637, 1667, 1670, 1676, 1699, 1722 (p. 783), 1739, 1769, 1868, 1884, 1892, 1897, 1953, 1984, 1988, 1993, 1999 (4), 2006 (p. 908), 2010, 2020, 2022, 20289, 2038, 2040, 2074, 2076, 2106, 2113, 2132, 2154, 2177, 2271, 23289, 2389, 2448, 2462, 2472, 24746, 2889, 2945, 2982, 3014 ii., 3109, 3243 ii., 3245, 3274, 3392, 3396, 3400, 3451, 3525, 3541, 3556.
-, -, -, letters to, 481, 1559, 1667, 1739, 2056, 23289.
-, -, -, an Imperial secretary with, 2945.
-, -, -, a gentleman of. See Geytan, B.

Carecroft, Yorks, 438 (2 m. 6).

Caredon. See Cuerden.

Carell. See Caryll.

Caresfeld, Oxon, g. 2055 (95 ii.).

Carethorne. See Garthorn.

Carethorp, Yorks, p. 1547.

Caretto, Dominic de, cardinal of Finale, q.v.
-, - (Carito, Carretto), Fabrizio di, Great Master of the Order of St. John (Dec. 1513), 1604, 2511, 2645, 3451.
-, -, -, letter from, 2511.

Carewe, Norf. See Carrow.

Carew, co. Pembroke, 543, 2481.

Carew (Carue, Carrewe), Sir Edmund, called the Baron of Carew, killed at Terouenne, 20 (p. 14), 438 (1 m. 3), 1176 (1, 2, 4), 2053 (6 ii., 7), 2391, 2392 (p. 1063), 2414, 2834, 3222:pp. 15356, 1543:g. 833 (58 iv.), 969 (23), 2137 (1).
-, - (Carru), Elizabeth. See Brian, Eliz.
-, - (Carow, Caru, Caro, Careri, Carrowe), Sir John, esquire (or knight) for the Body, marshal of the Household, killed at Brest (Aug. 1512), 20 (pp. 13, 15), 82 (p. 42), 438 (2 m. 12), 1260, 1356, 1385, 1403, 1414:pp. 1536, 1543, 1545:g. 158 (62, 789, 81), 587 (19), 682 (10), 751 (5), 969 (62), 1123 (8, 26), 1524 (20), 2684 (37).
-, -, John, 438 (2 m. 21):g. 3499 (12 bis, 13), 3582 (11).
-, -, John, of Anthony, g. 969 (23).
-, -, John, s. and h. of John, g. 833 (20), 1602 (35).
-, - (Carue), Nic., 438 (2 m. 21).
-, - (Carrewe, Carue), Nicholas, gentleman of the Privy Chamber, 772, 877n., 1105, 2562, 3338, 3419:g. 2484 (29), 2863 (10).
-, - (Caru, Karewe), Sir Richard, knight for the Body, captain of Calais Castle, 104, 170, 193 (p. 103), 405, 438 (3 m. 34), 589 (2), 791, 893 (2), 981, 1715, 1744, 1848, 2025 ii., 2053 (1, 2, 3, 5, 6 i., ii.), 2413, 3419:p. 1544:App. 26:g. 11 (12), 257 (13), 414 (59), 449 (19), 731 (44, 52), 751 (2), 885 (3), 924 (34), 2484 (29).
-, -, -, letter from, 170.
-, -, -, signature of, 981, 3419:g. 2964 (19).
-, -, Richard, 2983.
-, - (Carrewe, Carowe), Th., ship captain, 2304 (3 i., ii.), 2305 ii. bis, 2652.
-, -, Sir Wm., 3483.
-, -, Wm., p. 1535:g. 2484 (9).

Carewent. See Caerwent.

Carewike. See Carrick.

Carhampton (Caramton, Carinton), Soms., 438 (3 m. 6), 1803 (1 m. 1).

Cariati (Carriati, Chariati), Jo. Bapt. Spinelli, Count of, Spanish ambassador at Venice, 1345, 1352, 1374, 1376, 1426, 1432, 1558, 1676, 1790, 1868, 1878, 1884 (p. 858), 1892, 2003, 2010, 3405.
-, -, -, letter to, 1558.

Carinthia (Carynthe), 2889.

Carinton. See Carhampton.

Carisbrook (Caresbroke) Castle, I. of Wight, 2828:g. 2055 (63).
-, -, repairs account, 1799.

Carlanerig (Carlangrick), in Scotland, 2390:p. 1260.

Carleton, Camb., 438 (3 m. 13), 438 (4 m. 4).

Carleton. See also Carlton.

Carleton, Ant., 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 41), 1801, 2540.
-, -, John, g. 833 (55).

Carlewich. See Carlowitz.

Carlile, John, a Scot, g. 1948 (14).

Carlinghow, Yorks, 438 (4 m. 25).

Carlion. See Caerleon.

Carlis, John de, servant of Emperor Maximilian, 1534.

Carlisle (Carlell), 438 (1 mm. 212), 438 (2 mm. 10, 12, 16, 20, 31), 438 (3 mm. 8, 28, 32), 438 (4 mm. 7, 23 bis, 26), 827, 1315, 2394, 2455, 2714:g. 1316 (7).
-, -, letters dated at, 1302, 1342, 1645, 23812, 23867, 2390, 2793, 2973, 3170.
-, -, confirmation for, g. 381 (105).
-, -, castle, g. 485 (59).
-, -, cathedral priory, 438 (1 m. 14), 438 (3 m. 16):p. 1531.
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 381 (106).
-, -, -, Simon prior of. See Senos, S.

Carlisle, bp. of. See Penny, J.

Carlowitz (Carlewich, Charlo), George, captain of Almains, 1934 (2), 1939, 2050, 2383.

Carlton (Carleton), Beds, 1410.
-, -, manorial court at, 1398.

Carlton (Carleton), Notts, 438 (1 m. 11):g. 485 (43).

Carlton (Carleton), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 12), 438 (4 m. 14):g. 2772 (11).

Carlton (Carleton, Charleton, Charleiton) in Craven, Yorks, 438 (4 m. 5):g. 218 (24), 709 (14):g. 1948 (31), 2137 (18).

Carlton in Lindrick (Carlyngton, Carylinton in Lynracke), Notts, 438 (2 m. 27).
-, -, rector of, 438 (2 m. 30).

Carlton, John, p. 1518.

Carlyngton. See Carlton.

Carlyon, Ric., vicar of Stratton, p. 1524.

Carmarthen (Carmarden, Kermerdyn, or New C.), 438 (1 m. 23), 438 (3 mm. 23, 33).

Carmarthen (Carmerdyn), Old-, priory, 438 (3 m. 15).
-, -, -, Thomas prior of, 438 (3 m. 15).

Carmarthen county, 438 (1 m. 23):g. 94 (98).

Carmarthen (Carmerden), archd. of, g. 94 (26). See Ap John, E.

Carmeliano, Peter, of Brescia, secretary for the Latin tongue, prb. of St. Stephen's, lute player, 20 (p. 15), 169, 280, 322, 413, 430, 438 (4 m. 23), 463 ii., 1188, 1970 ii., 2053 (2), 2246 (5 ii.), 2457, 2468, 2519.
-, -, -, letter from, 430.
-, -, -, his epitaph on James IV., 2246 (5 ii.).

Carmelite Friars, 1763.

Carmygam. See Kermincham.

Carmynowe, John, p. 1535:g. 833 (58 iii.), 2484 (9).
-, -, Nic., p. 1535.
-, - (Carmynall, Carmenowe, Kermynow), Thos., gentleman usher, 20 (p. 12), 82 (p. 42), 510, 1256:g. 190 (10), 289 (50), 381 (48), 1804 (18).

Carnaby, Th., g. 257 (49), 632 (26), 969 (23).

Carnarvon, in Wales, 438 (2 mm. 12, 20, 27), 438 (3 mm. 201), 438 (4 m. 4), 1803 (1 m. 4).
-, -, exchequer of, 438 (3 m. 21), 438 (4 m. 4).
-, -, vicar of, 438 (4 m. 4).
-, -, sheriff of, 438 (4 m. 18).

Carndean (Cornden), Glouc., 438 (1 m. 8).

Carne (Kerne), Wm., 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39).

Carnesdale [Lanc.], g. 2137 (23).

Carnesowe (Carnsayowe, Carnsewe, Carnesewe, Carnsuyow), Wm., p. 1535:g. 632 (26), 833 (58 iii.), 969 (23), 2222 (16 Cornw.), 3408 (4).

Carnforth (Carneford), Westmld., g. 1732 (1).

Carnoncle. See Canoncle.

Carnwhayte, Derb., 1803 (2 m. 6).

Carold. See Garold.

Caroldo, Zuam Giacomo, Venetian secretary at Milan, letter from, 1368.

Carondelet, Claude de, bailli of Amont, 49, 1977.
-, -, Ferry, prothonotary, 2294 (2).

Caroz (Carroz, Carus, Carros, Carroze), Louis, de Villaragut, ambassador from Spain, 167, 220, 2534, 260, 321, 329 (p. 153), 332 (?), 355, 365, 367, 385, 395, 408, 413, 421, 430, 432, 4689, 472, 474, 4768, 4823, 556, 675, 742, 793 (p. 427), 795 (2), 880, 945, 1011, 1180, 1304, 1369, 1384, 1437, 1455, 14601, 1484, 1575 (p. 722), 1639, 1650, 1656, 1665 (p. 766), 1689, 17234, 1750 (35), 1815, 1884, 1897, 1899, 1911, 1916, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2006, 2079, 2120, 2131, 2162, 2242, 2292, 2326, 2377, 2501, 2583, 2665, 2743 (p. 1196), 2849, 2867, 2877, 2929, 2945, 3003, 3073, 3151, 3174, 3256, 3282, 3295, 3331, 3524:App. 6:g. 1083 (11), 1836 (32).
-, -, -, letters from, 474, 4768.
-, -, -, letters to, 4823, 1006, 1460 ii., 1656, 17378, 1999, 2001, 2079, 2132, 2496, 2499, 2744, 3104.
-, -, -, commission to, 321, 468, 830, 945, 1304.
-, -, -, signature of, 945, 1098, 1750 (3), 2377.
-, -, -, his salary, 254 iii.

Carpenter, John, p. 1496.
-, -, Ric., 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39).
-, -, Rob., 438 (1 m. 22).
-, -, Th., tailor, 438 (2 m. 15).
-, -, Wm., 438 (4 m. 14), 1803 (1 m. 1).

Carpenters, 438 (1 mm. 15, 25), 438 (2 mm. 20, 23, 32), 438 (3 m. 21), 438 (4 mm. 7, 22, 26, 27), 1803 (1 mm. 1, 6), 1803 (2 m. 6):g. 11 (10).

Carpi (Carpe), Count Alberto da, Imperial ambassador at Rome, 432, 530, 756, 965, 977, 1001, 1204, 1301 (p. 598), 1344, 1670, 1677, 2029 (p. 918), 21234, 2250, 2273, 2276, 2332, 2389, 2397, 2928.
-, -, -, letter from, 1677.

Carpmell or Carpnell. See Cartmell.

Carr or Carre, Edward, 2480 (38).
-, -, Hugh, 20 (p. 13).
-, -, James, 3170:g. 414 (11).
-, -, John or Sir John, esquire for the Body, King's spear, 20 (p. 13), 325, 2244, 2480 (38), 3342, 3348 (3):App. 9:g. 54 (76), 158 (31), 546 (61), 784 (12), 1221 (22), 1266 (33), 1732 (43), 2055 (50), 2772 (11).
-, -, -, letter from, 2480 (38).
-, -, Ralph, 438 (2 m. 19).
-, -, Rob., letter from, 2096.
-, -, Thomas, prior of Brinkborn, suffragan bishop of Durham, 438 (4 m. 11), 3170.
-, - (Scottish surname). See Kerr.

Carraunt. See Carant.

Carretto. See Caretto

Carrewe. See Carew.

Carriati. See Cariati.

Carrick (Carewike) in Reedsdale, Nthld., 438 (1 m. 1).

Carrickittle (Kareketaeyll), co. Limerick, p. 1529.

Carriers, 926, 936, 1803 (2 m. 3), 2468.

Carrik herald, of Scotland [ Murray], 11534, 12112, 13301.
-, -, instructions for, 1155, 1212.

Carrok. See Llandeinol.

Carroke, John, g. 1804 (17).

Carros. See Caroz.

Carrow (Cakrowe, Carewe), Norf. [in Norwich], 438 (1 m. 17), 438 (3 m. 9).

Carroze. See Caroz.

Carru. See Carew.

Carsfeld. See Caversfield.

Carsington, Oxon, g. 2055 (95 ii.).

Carstairs (Tastariis), in Scotland, p. 1522.

Carswell priory, Devon, p. 1531.
-, -, prior of. See Silivri, T. bp. of.

Cartagena, in Spain, 6 (p. 6), 1291.

Cartcote, Wm., 877n.

Cartelege, Ant., 2008 (3).

Cartelyng. See Kirtling.

Carter, John, 438 (4 mm. 14, 18, 27).
-, -, Nic., g. 833 (28), 1123 (31), 2772 (43).
-, -, Rice, 438 (4 m. 21).
-, -, Th., g. 546 (56).
-, -, Wm., 361, 438 (2 m. 13), 438 (4 m. 21).

Carteret, Helier, bailiff of Jersey, g. 2964 (30).
-, -, Philip, 438 (4 m. 13).
-, -, (Carterat), Ric., 438 (4 m. 13).

Carthorpe, Yorks, 438 (4 m. 24).

Cartier, John, French notary, 3269 (3, 5, 7).

Cartington, Wm., g. 381 (15).

Cartlynge. See Kirtling.

Cartmell (Carpnell, Carpmell), Lanc., 438 (3 m. 28), 438 (4 m. 12).

Cartriche, James, priest, 2304 (5).

Cartwrights, 1803 (1 m. 6).

Carue. See Carew.

Carus. See Caroz.

Carvael. See St. Cross, Card.

Carvanell (Carwenale), John, chaplain to the Queen of Scots, 1296, 1300.
-, -, Th., page of the Chamber, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 228, 475, 640, 877n. (bis), 1015, 1290, 3554.

Carvel (i.e. Carvajal), Bernard, Cardinal of St. Cross, q.v.

Carver, John, clk., p. 1547.

Carwenale. See Carvanell.

Cary (Care, Carie), Rob., 438 (4 m. 4):g. 632 (26), 833 (58 iv.), 969 (23).

Caryhas, Cornw., 199.

Carylinton. See Carlton.

Caryll (Carryll, Karell, Carell), John, 438 (4 m. 27):p. 1545.
-, - (Carell), John, serjeant at law, king's serjeant, justice of gaol delivery, 3464 (2):g. 94 (50), 969 (38), 1083 (39), 3049 (2).

Caryngton. See Callington.

Casal Maggiore (Casall Maiour), in Italy, 9.

Casby. See Catesby.

Case, John, 82 (pp. 39, 41).
-, - (Casse), Wm., 438 (1 m. 19).

Cashel, archdeacon of, p. 1530.
-, -, diocese of, pp. 15245.

Casius Hacquency, of Prince Charles's chamber, 2849.

Caspian Sea, 766.

Casse. See Case.

Cassel (Castyll, Cassells), near St. Omers, 2404.
-, -, bailli of. See Morbecque.
-, -, provost of. See Themsick.

Casserys. See Caeres.

Cassey. See Cassy.

Cassillis, David Kennedy earl of, slain at Flodden, 2246 (4), 2313.
-, -, Gilbert Kennedy earl of (1513), 2461, 2973.

Cassy, Elizabeth widow of, g. 2964 (8).
-, -, Leonard, s. and h. of John, g. 1170 (18).
-, -, Leonard, s. and h. of Wm., g. 1365 (7).
-, - (Cassey), Wm., g. 1123 (13).

Castel della Scala, in Italy, 278, 432.

Castel Franco, in Italy, 777 (p. 415).

Castell, Princess of. See Mary.

Castell, John, p. 1538:g. 1462 (27), 2222 (16 Hunts).
-, -, Leonard, 438 (4 m. 23):g. 833 (58 i.).
-, -, Th., 1803 (2 m. 5).
-, -, Wm., prior of Shrewsbury, g. 1123 (55).

Castelle Novate, Bonegaliaz de, Milanese ambassador to the Emperor, 2572 (p. 1127).

Castellensis, Adrian. See Corneto.

Castellensis, Polydore. See Vergil, P.

Castel Novo de Tortonese (Castrum novum prope Tordonam), in Italy, letter dated at, 1301.

Caster or Castre. See Caistor.

Caster Bardolf. See Caister.

Caster or Castur, John, 438 (2 m. 22).

Castern (Caster) Grange, Staff. [near Ilam], 438 (4 m. 26).

Casterton, Westmld., g. 1732 (1).

Casthorpe (Casthropp), Linc., 438 (2 mm. 14, 17):g. 969 (31).

Castile (Castyl) and Castilians, 6, 162 passim, 274, 329 (pp. 148, 150), 345, 610, 793, 1006, 1326, 1328, 1511 (p. 698), 1575, 1866, 1884, 2006 (p. 908), 2083, 2278, 2502, 2908, 3337, 3428, 3477.
-, -, constable of, 6.
-, -, King of. See Philip.
-, -, Prince of. See Charles ; also Juan, Don.
-, -, Princess of. See Mary.
-, -, Queen of. See Juaa.

Castillion, a castle in France, 2597.

Castleacre (Castelacre), Norf., 438 (1 mm. 1, 21).
-, -, priory, 574.
-, -, -, prior. See Winchelsea, J.

Castle Bromwich (Castell Bremege), Warw., g. 804 (15).

Castle Cary, Soms., 438 (2 m. 6), 1803 (2 m. 4).

Castle Combe (Castelcombe), Wilts, 438 (3 mm. 22, 30).

Castleconnell alias Stradbally (Scraduale), co. Limerick, p. 1524.

Castle Cornet, in Guernsey, g. 54 (71).

Castle Dinas (Dynas, Dynnas), co. Brecon, g. 3324 (26, 37), 3499 (75).

Castle Donington (Castilldonengton), Leic., 438 (4 m. 8).
-, -, chantry in, g. 784 (3).

Castle Eaton (Castell Eton), Wilts, 438 (2 m. 23).

Castle Frome, Heref., 438 (1 m. 22).

Castle Hay (Castell Hey, Castylhay), Staff., 438 (2 mm. 6, 7), 438 (3 m. 6).

Castle Hedingham (C. Henyngham, Hevenyngham Castell, Hengham ad Castrum, Huningham), Essex, 438 (2 mm. 20, 31), 438 (3 m. 17), 438 (4 mm. 1, 14), 1671.
-, -, letter dated at, 1626.

Castle Levinton (Castelleventon), Yorks (in Kirk Levinton), 438 (1 m. 15).

Castle Rising, Norf., g. 54 (14).
-, -, constable, &c., g. 94 (96).
-, -, rector presented, g. 94 (1).

Castle Sowerby (Castell Sourbye, C. Soreby), Cumb., 438 (4 m. 13):g. 1172 (16).

Castor (Kaster, Caster, Castre, Castra), Linc., 438 (1 m. 6), 438 (3 m. 4):g. 709 (14), 1948 (31).

Castor (Castere), Ntht., 438 (1 m. 11).

Castra. See Castor.

Castre. See Caister; also Castor.

Castres (Caestres), Jacques [de Thiennes], Sieur de, sovereign of Flanders, ambassador to England (1514), 2656, 3174, 3208, 3210, 3235, 3257, 3264, 3282.
-, -, -, letter from, 3268.
-, -, -, instructions to, 3210.
-, -, -, his brother, p. 1516.

Castro, Diego de (Decastre), 1364, 2083, 2091, 2158, 3051.
-, -, John de, merchant of Spain, 1968, 2765:g. 1948 (47).
-, - (Castir), Donna Katerina de, 3109.

Castro Car. in the signory of Florence, 1127 (p. 539).

Castro Novo. See Castel Novo; also Neufchatel.

Castrum Leonis, in Italy, 1277 (p. 587).

Castyll. See Cassell.

Castylton, Ant., 2054.

Catalenago, Fortuno de, 1463 vi.

Catania [James Comchillos], bishop of, 1665 (pp. 7656), 1689, 1736, 2002.

Catbeston, Yorks, 438 (2 m. 14).

Catchmay. See Cachmayd.

Catcote, Wm., 735.

Caterall. See Catterall.

Caterike, Wm., g. 1123 (48).

Catesby (Catysby), Mrs., 20 (pp. 11, 17), 1549.
-, -, Anne widow of Eusebius, 438 (3 m. 13).
-, - (Catisby, Catesbe), Edward, 438 (3 m. 13).
-, - (Catisby, Catysby, Cattisby), Eliz., widow of George, 438 (2 m. 11):g. 3324 (12), 3582 (22).
-, -, Eusebius, 438 (3 m. 13).
-, -, George, 438 (1 m. 16).
-, - (Catysby, Casby), John, g. 414 (46), 784 (50), 1494 (9), 2484 (9), 3107 (3).
-, - (Catisby), Sir Richard, attainted, g. 709 (14), 2137 (18).
-, -, Th., g. 3582 (11).
-, -, Wm., s. and h. of George, g. 190 (31), 1494 (17).

Catesthorp, Glouc., g. 651 (8).

Catfoss, Yorks, 1803 (1 m. 6):g. 357 (18).

Cathcart, in Scotland, vicar of, p. 1523.

Catherp. See Caythorpe.

Catherston (Caterston), Dors., g. 632 (70).

Catherton, Alan de, grant by Matilda his daughter, g. 158 (32).

Cathom. See Cotham.

Cathorp. See Caythorpe.

Catlyn, Th., p. 1548.

Catnes. See Caithness.

Catney, Linc., 438 (2 m. 25).

Catrope. See Caythorpe.

Catteley (Cattellea), Linc., priory, 438 (3 m. 15).

Catterall, Lanc., 438 (1 m. 18).

Catterall or Caterall, Ralph, 438 (1 m. 18):g. 2617 (43).
-, -, Th., g. 546 (57).

Catterick (Catrik), Yorks, 438 (2 m. 6), 1803 (1 m. 5).

Cattisby. See Catesby.

Catton (Catuna), Yorks, g. 158 (32).

Catuna. See Catton.

Catur, John, 1803 (1 m. 4).

Catwater, near Plymouth, 1907.

Catysby. See Catesby.

Cauchie, in the Boulonnais, 1961.

Caudron, Baudouin, bailli de la Basterre, 2256.

Cauldon (Caldon), Staff., g. 2617 (10).

Caulier, Jean, 614, 2082, 2532, 3519.

Caundeler, Th., prior of Horsham St. Faith's, 438 (1 m. 14):g. 709 (25).

Caundissh. See Cavendish.

Caundle (Caundell) Purs, Dors., 438 (2 m. 4).

Caunton, Notts, 438 (1 mm. 11, 22), 438 (2 m. 6).

Causton. See Cawston.

Cauwey, in Flanders, 2392 (p. 1063).

Cavalari (Caveler, Cavalar, Cavalare, Chavaly), Ant., merchant of Lucca, 1444, 2668, 2832 (iv., v., vi.):pp. 1503, 1506, 1508, 1511, 1515:g. 257 (67), 651 (30), 1170 (11), 1948 (74), 2861 (19), 2964 (79).
-, -, -, his patents, 3597.
-, -, John, master of Bethlehem hospital, London, g. 1123 (61), 2055 (45), 2137 (15).
-, - (Cavalere), Laurence, merchant of Genoa, 2008 (5).

Cavalcanti (Cavelcanti, Cavolcante, Cavilcant, Cavelcaunt, Chavalcanti, Cavacant), John, 1254, 1394, 1423, 1463 vi., xii., 1587, 1920, 2278, 2668, 2736, 2765, 2832 iii., v., vi., 2867, 2916, 3137 (16), 3155, 3205:pp. 1503, 1506, 150810, 151415, 1517, 1519:App. 21:g. 94 (34), 1462 (16), 1662 (48), 1804 (35), 3107 (11).
-, -, Th., 2308:pp. 15089.

Cavallicensis, episcopus, 1244.

Cave, Yorks, g. 132 (70).
-, -, prebend of, in York cathedral, 1803 (2 m. 3):g. 190 (5).

Cave, North (Northcave), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 9).

Cave, South (Southcave), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 9).

Cave, John, 2537:g. 804 (52).
-, - (Cafe), Ric., 438 (4 m. 17).
-, -, Th., 438 (4. m. 17).

Caveler. See Cavalari.

Cavell, Henry, 438 (2 m. 26).
-, - (Cavill), Nic., 438 (2 mm. 22, 26).

Cavendish, Suff., 438 (1 m. 18), 438 (2 m. 21).

Cavendish, Alice wife of Thomas, 438 (2 m. 21).
-, - (Candisshe), Sir Richard, ship captain, 1424 (p. 652), 1661 (1, 3), 2480 (62), 2575 ii.:pp. 1541, 1544.
-, - (Caundissh, Candissh), Th., 438 (2 m. 21):g. 1462 (27).

Caversfield (Carsfeld), Bucks [but within Oxon], 438 (3 mm. 10, 32).

Caversham, Oxon, g. 54 (75), 94 (79), 519 (56).

Cawardyne. See Carden.

Cawell, Master, clerk of chancery of Scotland, slain at Flodden, 2313n.

Cawood (Cauwode, Cawodys, Cawewode), Yorks, 438 (2 mm. 4, 27, 32), 438 (3 mm. 5, 13), 438 (4 mm. 7, 22):g. 3408 (34).

Caws, Gregory, shipowner, 1982 (4).

Cawston (Causton, Caweston), Norf., 438 (3 m. 20):g. 2055 (95 iii.).

Cawston (Causton, Cavston), John, 438 (2 m. 18), 438 (3 m. 20), 438 (4 m. 26).
-, - (Causton), Th., 438 (2 m. 18), 438 (4 mm. 20, 26).

Cawsy, Th., p. 1512.

Cawthorne (Calthorne), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 25).

Cawthorpe, Linc., 438 (4 m. 25).

Cayham. See Kyme.

Caylwey. See Kelway.

Caylweys. See Keilways.

Caynton (Kaynton), Salop, 438 (4 m. 6).

Cayo. See Kew.

Caythorpe (Cathorp, Catrope, Catherp), Linc., 438 (1 m. 16):p. 1528:g. 158 (14), 604 (30), 709 (1), 2684 (2).

Ceble or Ceblie, Geoffrey, 438 (4 m. 24).

Cecil (Cecille, Cecile), David, yeoman of the Chamber, g. 132 (49), 804 (38).
-, -, -, serjeant at arms, g. 2535 (13).
-, -, Sir William, lord Burleigh, handwriting of, 343.

Cecile, Cecylia, De Cecill, or De Cicilia, John, trumpet, 20 (p. 14), 82 (p. 42), 3320:g. 2964 (49).

Cecilia, Lady. See Welles, Viscountess.

Cecylya. See Sicily.

Cedbar or Ceddebargh. See Sedbergh.

Cefnrhos (Revynrose, Keffunros), co. Merioneth, 438 (2 m. 9).

Ceira, bp. of, 754. See Coire.

Celand. See Zealand.

Cele. See Keel.

Celle, Glaudy. See Cilly, Claude de.

Cely, Ren de, French prisoner, 2172.

Celywreye, Cumb., 438 (4 m. 13).

Cene. See Cheyny.

Cenos or Cenose. See Senos.

Censeau, Pierre, g. 2772 (60).

Cento, in Italy, 765.

Centuryon, Peter, merchant of Genoa, g. 604 (26), 651 (31).

Cerdington, Exeter dioc. See Crediton.

Cerf (Serffe, Ducerf), John de, 594, 1700:g. 2222 (13).

Ceri. See Cieri.

Cerisola, M. de. See D'Arizoles.

Cerne (Sern), Dors., abbey, g. 1804 (11).
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 447 (22).
-, -, -, election of an abbot, g. 289 (47), 357 (28), 449 (1), 563 (5).
-, -, -, Robert abbot of. See Westbury, R.

Cerneffeld. See Sarnesfield.

Cerner, de, 1301- (p. 599).

Cervington, Roger, 853.
-, -, Walter, 438 (1 m. 13).

Cessenon, in France, 3344.

Cessford (Cesfurde), in Scotland, 817.

Cesson, Barth., g. 2772 (21).

Cetyngborn. See Sittingbourne.

Ceyton. See Keton.

Chabannes, de. See Auriere, Sieur d'.
-, -, Jacques de, Sieur de La Palisse, q.v.

Chabham. See Chobham.

Chabo, Anthony, surgeon, g. 3499 (65).

Chacchemew. See Cachmayd.

Chace, Wm., 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40), 707 (p. 383).

Chachemay. See Cachemayd.

Chacho or Chathei, lord Gabriel de (killed at Brest), 1385, 1403.

Chackmore (Chakemore), Bucks, g. 1316 (15).

Chacombe, Ntht., 438 (2 m. 8).

Chaddesley Corbet (Chedesley, Chadesley), Worc., 438 (3 m. 3), 1556, 1803 (2 m. 2), 2537:g. 1804 (25).
-, -, steward of, g. 158 (71).

Chaderton (Chaterton), George, and Margaret his wife, 1803 (1 m. 2).
-, -, Wm. See Notes and Errata, No. 833 (54).

Chadiok. See Chidiock.

Chadlington hundred, Oxon, g. 682 (8), 731 (31), 749 (7).

Chadsey. See Chedzoy.

Chadworth. See Chedworth.

Chafer, Ric., mayor of Calais (15112), 1424.

Chaffer, Ric., g. 519 (16).

Chafiri, Nicolo, merchant of Venice, letter to, 1956.

Chagford (Chaggeford, Chagfforth), Devon, 438 (2 m. 5), 438 (4 m. 7).
-, -, stannary receipts at, 803.

Chaini, M. de. See Chesnes.

Chalcot, Walter, serjeant at arms, g. 3499 (15).

Chaldeston. See Shalstone.

Chaldfield (Chalfeld), Wilts, 438 (1 m. 13).

Chaldfield, East (Estchalfeld), Wilts, 438 (2 m. 21).

Chaldfield (Chalfeld), Little-, Wilts, 438 (3 m. 4).

Chaldon (Chalvedon), Surr., 1803 (1 m. 3).

Chalener. See Chaloner.

Chalers, Sir John, 438 (4 m. 7).
-, -, Margaret, 438 (4 m. 7).

Chalfaunt, Ric., alias Hawardyn, q.v.

Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks, 438 (4 m. 19).

Chalford (Cholford, Challeford), John, 438 (3 m. 24).

Chalgrove (Chalgrave), Oxon, 438 (3 m. 15).

Challerton, Arnold, 20 (p. 17).

Challeye, Lady, 878 ii.

Challow (Chalowe), Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Chalmer, John, a Scot, 1262 (p. 578).

Chalner (Chalnar), Ranulph, g. 2422 (19), 2684 (99), 3107 (51).
-, -, Ric., collector of bill money of Calais, 193 (p. 99):g. 94 (110), 1804 (53).

Chaloner, , 559.
-, - (Chalener), John, p. 1547:g. 218 (1).
-, - (Chalener), Th., g. 1083 (39).

Chalons (Challon), in Champagne, 1837.
-, -, bp (and count) of, 3417 (p. 1437).

Chalvedon. See Chaldon.

Chalvelegh. See Chawleigh.

Chamber or Chambre (Chambyr), Edward, auditor, 438 (3 m. 34), 707 (p. 383), 1819.
-, -, Eliz., g. 3324 (36).
-, -, John, 1803 (2 m. 5).
-, -, John, marshal of the Minstrels, 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 42):g. 3408 (17).
-, -, Dr. John, clk., king's physician, canon of Windsor and St. Stephen's, dean of St. Stephen's (22 Nov. 1514), 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 438 (1 m. 26), 1446, 2404:g. 158 (43), 1534 (12), 2422 (15), 3499 (40, 42, 534).
-, -, John, serjeant at arms, g. 2055 (39).
-, - (Chaumbre), Reynold, 438 (3 m. 17), 2607.
-, -, Robert, rector of Haughton, 438 (2 m. 18).
-, -, Robert, smith, g. 3499 (36).
-, -, Th., g. 2137 (9), 3408 (7).
-, - (Achamber), Wm., 438 (3 m. 28).

Chamberleyn, Edw. or Sir Edw., esquire for the Body, 20 (p. 14), 1176 (1, 4), 1496 iii., 2480 (48), 2575 ii.:p. 1542:App. 26:g. 1221 (35), 3499 (12).
-, -, Edward, 438 (3 m. 29), 2404.
-, -, Eliz. widow of Sir Robert, 438 (3 m. 29), 2765.
-, -, Eliz., wife of Ralph, 438 (3 m. 29).
-, -, Ralph or Sir Ralph, esquire for the Body, knighted at Tournay, 20 (p. 15), 438 (3 m. 29), 707, 1493, 2301, 2480 (6), 3306 (2), 3348 (3):p. 1534:App. 26:g. 709 (2), 1123 (8), 1494 (9), 1732 (47), 3324 (34), 3499 (12).
-, -, Sybil widow of Richard, 438 (4 m. 22).
-, -, Th., p. 1549.
-, - (Chambyrlayn), Wm., merchant of the Staple, 1032 (2), 1891 (2).

Chamburn. See Champernon.

Chamley. See Cholmondeley.

Chamon. See Chaumont.

Chamond, John, esquire for the Body, p. 1535 bis:g. 833 (58 iii.), 1415 (6), 2222 (16 Cornw.), 2484 (9).

Champagne, in France, 2101, 2106.
-, -, court of, 3417 (p. 1437).

Champaigne herald, of France, 1962, 2047 (? "bearer").

Champaigne (Champion), Piers, esquire for the Body, 20 (p. 14):g. 357 (26), 381 (56), 604 (29), 632 (71), 651 (27), 682 (10), 969 (8).
-, - (Champayne, Champney, Champyon), Peter, page of the Chamber, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 228, 640, 1015, 3554.

Champaynes, Suff., g. 1316 (26).

Champernon (Champernor, Chamburn, Champernuphe), Philip, 438 (3 m. 34).

Champion or Champyon, Arnold, 438 (1 m. 8).
-, -, Hugh, g. 1948 (35).
-, - (Campyon), John, 438 (3 m. 27).
-, -, Laurence, abbot of Battle, 205, 308, 438 (2 m. 16), 963, 3464:g. 381 (93).
-, -, Walter, 438 (1 m. 8):g. 833 (13).
-, -, Wm., 438 (4 m. 14), 1998:g. 749 (28).

Champlyn. See Chaplyn.

Champnes, George, purser, 3148.

Champnes, John, g. 2861 (29).

Champney. See Champaigne.

Champneys (Champney), Joan, widow of Thomas, 438 (4 m. 29).

Chancellor, Lord. See Warham, W.

Chancellor, Mr. [of the Duchy of Lancaster], 392. See Marney, Sir H.
-, -, Mr. [of Durham], 163.

Chancery, 109, 438 (1 m. 22), 438 (2 m. 8), 579:g. 257 (93).
-, -, Chaffwax, 109. See Clerke, Nic.
-, -, clerk of the Crown, g. 54 (62), 857 (3), 1003 (13, 19), 1123 (31), 1316 (30), 1662 (31, 35, 37), 1732 (8, 14), 1836 (20), 2484 (22, 31), 2535 (15), 2617 (3), 2772 (23), 2861 (32), 3049 (6, 22), 3324 (38).
-, -, - See Porter, W.
-, -, clerk of the hanaper, 579:g. 132 (113). See Smith, W.; Lupton, R.
-, -, masters in, g. 218 (50), 257 (58), 1123 (21).
-, -, portjoy, 109. See Mason, J.
-, -, prothonotary, g. 632 (55).
-, -, six clerks of, 438 (2 m. 8), 438 (3 m. 7), 438 (4 m. 11).
-, -, spigurnel or sealer, 109:g. 1948 (9). See Hodgeson, J.

Chances or Chancy. See Chauncy.

Chancton (Chengton), Suss., 559.

Chancy. See Chauncy.

Chandler, Eliz., 438 (3 m. 9).
-, - (Chaundeler, Chaunler), Hugh, 438 (3 m. 9).
-, - (Chaundeler, Chaundler), Th., abbot of Wymondham, 438 (1 m. 25).
-, - (Chaundeler), Wm., 1803 (2 m. 3).

Chandlers, 438 (4 m. 12), 1803 (m. 3):g. 731 (49).

Chandos (Chaundos), Sir John, heirs of (traced), 438 (1 m. 6).

Chanfer or Chaufer, Ric., 438 (2 m. 15), 438 (3 m. 19), 3567.

Change. See Cheinge.

Chanivet. See Knyvett.

Chanseau (Sanseau), Pierre, 1950.

Chantrezac, Alain de, letters from, 1201, 1237.

Chapel Brampton, Ntht., g. 257 (32), 519 (49), 2330 (4).

Chapelyn, Henry, prior of Austin Friars, Little Yarmouth, 438 (4 m. 13).

Chaplyn or Champlyn, Th., purser, 2305 ii., iii.

Chapman, Hugh, p. 1534:g. 289 (31), 1221 (21), 2772 (39).
-, -, John, 438 (3 m. 28).
-, -, Marg. widow of John, 438 (3 m. 10).
-, -, Ric., 438 (3 m. 28), 878 ii.:g. 1365 (10), 3408 (35).
-, -, Rob., 2483.
-, -, Wm., g. 1804 (8).

Chapmen, 438 (1 mm. 2, 9, 14, 18), 438 (2 mm. 25, 31), 438 (3 mm. 5, 11, 25, 31, 34), 438 (4 mm. 12, 13, 24, 25, 28 bis), 1803 (1 mm. 2, 3, 5), 1803 (2 m. 4):g. 1266 (4).

Chard (Cherde), Soms., 438 (1 m. 21), 438 (2 m. 8).

Chard, Th., g. 257 (93).
-, -, Thomas, prior of Montacute, g. 3107 (28).

Chardford (Charford), North-, Hants, 438 (4 m. 21).

Chardford, South-, Hants, 438 (3 m. 28).

Chardstock (Cherdestoke), Dors., prebend in Salisbury, 438 (3 m. 28).

Chariago, Urtino de, ship master, 1661 (4).

Chariati. See Cariati.

Charing (Charryng), Kent, 1803 (1 m. 2):g. 1123 (27), 3408 (7).
-, -, grants dated at, g. 731 (302), 885 (15), 1732 (924, 2633, 38, 40).

Charing Cross. See under London.

Charit sur Loire, abbey ("House of Charity of Cluny"), g. 1462 (2).

Charite (Cherite), Wm., rector of Easton, 438 (4 m. 1).

Charlbury (Chorleburyt, Chorlbury), Oxon, 438 (3 m. 16), 438 (4 m. 17).

Charlecote, Warw., 438 (4 m. 14):g. 132 (15).

Charleiton. See Carlton.

Charles VI., King of France, 1.

Charles VII., King of France, 2322.

Charles VIII., King of France, 365n., 535, 2681 ii., 3100, 3185, 3257n.:g. 751 (2).

Charles the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, 545, 1925, 2646, 3586.

Charles, Prince of Spain, archduke of Austria, son of Archduke Philip and Joanna of Castile, grandson of Maximilian, 6 (pp. 4, 6), 130, 162 (pp. 83, 867), 220, 253, 260, 274, 325 (1, 2), 329 (pp. 14850), 345, 355, 385, 38990, 476, 508, 531, 557, 572, 592, 610, 614, 695, 724, 741, 793 (p. 428), 809, 813, 819, 858, 860, 866, 899, 919, 965, 989, 10501, 1064, 1210, 1229, 1241, 1252, 1258, 1279, 1301 (pp. 595, 597), 1322, 13334, 1339, 1362, 1370, 1404, 1421, 1430, 14367, 1447, 1497, 1529, 1554, 1557, 1559, 15656, 1576, 1579, 1601, 1647 (p. 743), 1660, 1665 (p. 766), 1683, 1692, 1700, 1713, 1724, 1736, 1740, 1792, 1866, 1895, 1897, 1909, 1912, 1917, 192930, 1934, 1957, 1966, 2003, 2006 (p. 907), 2014, 2038 i., ii., 2047, 2063, 2068, 2082, 2088, 2101, 2110, 21145, 2139, 2169, 2182, 2205, 2213, 2215, 2242, 2250, 2278, 2281, 2291, 2294 (2), 2329, 2345, 2347, 2355, 2375, 23778, 2380, 2391 (p. 1061), 2392 (p. 1063), 2408, 2414, 2421, 2445, 2448 (p. 1083), 2466, 24735, 2490, 2496, 2502, 25235, 2532, 2534, 2562, 2564, 2610, 2646 ("Monsieur"), 2656, 2670, 2672, 2678, 2694, 27045, 2707, 2710, 27245, 2736, 2743, 27456, 2748, 2762 (2), 2769, 2779, 2781, 2794, 2797, 2823, 2841, 2849, 2858, 2860, 28678, 2894, 2908, 2924, 2928, 2963, 2976, 2982, 2985, 2994, 3009, 3014, 3018, 3024, 3027, 3041, 30467, 30512, 3073, 3079, 3082, 3109, 3113, 3139, 3145, 31501, 3153, 3174, 3210, 3235, 3253, 32578, 3270 ii., 3271, 3274, 3296, 32989, 3327, 3331, 3345, 3362, 3371, 3380, 3400, 3405, 3423, 3519, 3546, 3572:pp. 1517, 1549:g. 804 (35), 1462 (13), 1524 (39), 2684 (34, 88), 2772 (59, 60), 3226 (29).
-, -, -, letter from, 2515.
-, -, -, letters to, 1930, 2262.
-, -, -, his brother. See Ferdinand.
-, -, -, his lieutenant of ordnance. See Lusy, J. de.
-, -, -, his marriage (intended) with Mary of England. See Mary.
-, -, -, his master of ordnance. See Termont.
-, -, -, scene with his councillors, 3298.
-, -, -, a sister of, to marry the heir of Hungary, 724. See Mary.
-, -, -, a sister to marry the Duke of Lorraine's son, 965 ii.
-, -, -, a sister to marry the Duke of Milan, 2056, 2475, 2797, 3024.
-, -, -, three sisters of, 1241, 1252, 2473, 3109:p. 1531.
-, -, -, suggested marriage with Rene of France. See Rene.
-, -, -, - with a daughter of Ladislas King of Hungary, 3405.
-, -, -, - to Claude of France, 2797.
-, -, -, treasurer of. See Flores, D.

Charles, John, 3608 i.:p. 1503.
-, -, Ric., p. 1549.

Charleton, Devon, 2537.

Charleton in Craven. See Carlton.

Charley, Berks. See Childrey.

Charley, Staff., 438 (2 m. 7).

Charlo. See Carlowitz.

Charlton (Chorleton), Glouc., g. 94 (35).

Charlton, Oxon, g. 1123 (11).

Charlton (Charleton Strete), Wilts, 438 (2 m. 20), 438 (4 m. 11).

Charlton (Charleton), Worc., 438 (1 m. 16):g. 969 (32).

Charlton near Dover, Kent, g. 289 (17).

Charlton by Islip alias C. upon Ottemore, Oxon, g. 1123 (11).

Charlton Mackerell (Charteton Macrelle), Soms., rector of, p. 1529.

Charlton (Charelton) Regis, Glouc., 438 (2 m. 25).

Charlton (Charleton), next Tetbury, Glouc., g. 94 (35).

Charlton, Elizabeth, wife of Sir Richard, g. 485 (5).
-, - (Charleton), Sir Ric., attainted (1 Henry VII.), g. 94 (20), 257 (19), 357 (32), 414 (60), 485 (5), 563 (1), 604 (9, 15, 23), 632 (54), 709 (14, 52), 731 (2, 8, 33), 749 (28), 833 (43), 1415 (7), 1494 (40), 1662 (33, 58), 1948 (100), 2617 (7), 2861 (36).

Charlwelton, Ntht., 438 (4 m. 3).

Charlwood (Charlewode), Surr., g. 94 (35).

Charmouth, Dors., 438 (1 m. 21 bis).

Charney, Berks, 438 (3 m. 6).

Charnock (Chirnok, Chinoke), Roger, 438 (2 m. 13).

Charolois, county of, 858, 2633, 3210, 3380.

Charowchou, , merchant of Florence, 2280.

Charran. See Sharon.

Charrington (Cheryngton, Chiryngton), John, 1803 (1 m. 4).

Charryng. See Charing.

Chart (Chert) [Little], Kent, g. 1123 (27).

Chartesey. See Chertsey.

Charteton Macrelle. See Charlton.

Chartham, Kent, 438 (2 m. 27).

Chartres, in France, 3240.
-, -, bp. of. See Lige, bp. of.
-, -, Vidame de, 3348.

Charwell. See Cherwell.

Charwelton (Charvelton), Ntht., 438 (3 m. 5).

Charyngdon. See Cherrington.

Chateau Chinon, seigneurie of, 2633, 3210, 3344, 3380.

Chaterton. See Chaderton.

Chatham, Kent, hospital of St. Bartholomew, confirmation for, g. 1083 (45).

Chathei. See Chacho.

Chatsworth (Chattesworth), Derb., g. 651 (7).

Chatton, Nthld., 438 (2 m. 19):g. 1732 (33).

Chatwall, Salop, g. 2684 (1).

Chauce. See Chawcey.

Chaueew (Shaw), Etienne, French prisoner, 2172:p. 928.

Chaufer. See Chanfer.

Chaulcin. See Chaussin.

Chaumberleng, John le (temp. Hen. III.), g. 1494 (12, 19).

Chaumont (Chamon, Chiamon), Charles d'Amboise, seigneur de, nephew of the Cardinal, Admiral of France, Great Master of Milan, 9, 113, 406, 432 iii., 470, 515, 522, 536.
-, -, -, letters to, 113, 470, 522, 536.

Chaumpeyne, Rob. (temp. Edw. III.), g. 414 (27).

Chauncefeld, Jo., g. 11 (10).

Chauncy, Edward, g. 11 (10), 2862 (7).
-, -, George, p. 1549:g. 11 (10).
-, -, Gerard, g. 924 (1).
-, - (Chancy, Chaunsy), Henry, 438 (4 mm. 5, 10, 18), 1803 (1 m. 2):g. 132 (122), 857 (7).
-, - (Chauncys, Chances, Chancy), John, 438 (1 m. 7):p. 1518.

Chaundeler or Chaundler. See Chandeler.

Chaundos. See Chandos.

Chaunte or Chauntey, John, the king's "sage French doctor," 20 (p. 15), 82.

Chaunterell, Wm., 438 (3 m. 11).

Chauntrell, Rob., g. 2222 (12).

Chaussin (Chaulcin), seigneurie of, 3210, 3380.

Chavalary. See Cavallari.

Chavalcanti. See Cavalcanti.

Chawcey (Chauce, Chaucy), Wm., 438 (2 m. 20).

Chawleigh (Chalvelegh), Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Chaworth (Cheworth, Chauworth), George, 438 (3 m. 32):p. 1542:g. 857 (21), 1494 (9).
-, -, Katharine, g. 857 (21).
-, -, Sir Thomas, 438 (3 m. 32).
-, -, Th., 438 (3 m. 32):g. 1662 (18).
-, -, Sir Wm., g. 857 (21).

Chawry or Chawery, Ric., alderman, 438 (3 m. 32).

Chawton, Hants, g. 885 (13), 3107 (35).

Cheam (Cheham), Surr., g. 632 (70).

Cheam, East (Estcheyham), Surr., 1803 (2 m. 5).

Cheam, West (Westcheyham), Surr., 1803 (2 m. 5).

Cheberton. See Theberton.

Chebsey (Chebesey), Staff., 1493 vi.:g. 632 (17), 2137 (18).

Chebson, Camb., 1803 (2 m. 2).

Checheley. See Chicheley.

Chechester. See Chichester.

Chedburgh (Chedbergh), Suff., g. 414 (30).

Cheddar, Soms., 1803 (2 m. 2).

Cheddar Hananns, Soms., 2537.

Cheddiston (Chedesteyn, Chedestan, Chesteyn), Suff., 438 (1 m. 13).

Chedeoke. See Chideock.

Chedesley. See Chaddesley Corbet.

Chedill (Chedell, Chydell), Wm., prior of St. Frideswide's, Oxford, 438 (4 m. 12):g. 1662 (51), 1804 (5), 1948 (22).

Chedworth (Chadworth), Glouc., g. 749 (7), 1524 (47).

Chedworth, John, prior of St. Peter's abbey, Gloucester, g. 546 (40), 604 (49), 2861 (17), 2964 (34).
-, -, Nic., 438 (3 m. 3).

Chedyngston. See Chiddingstone.

Chedynston. See Chiddingstone.

Chedzoy (Chedsey, Chadsey), Soms., g. 158 (62), 1123 (26).
-, -, presentation of rector, g. 682 (11, 26).

Cheese. See Commissions (purveyance).

Cheesemongers, 438 (1 m. 25).

Cheham. See Cheam.

Chei. See Kay.

Cheinge (Change), Henri de, French prisoner, 2172:p. 928

Chekoston, near Exmouth, Devon [a "stone called Cheston alias Checheston"Cal. of Pat. Rolls, Henry VI., p. 1, m. 11], g. 132 (57).

Chelchehithe. See Chelsea.

Chelham, Th. See Chilton.

Chelismore. See Cheylesmore.

Chelle, John, 2305 iii.

Chelmerton (Chelmerdon), Derb., 438 (4 m. 9).

Chelmondiston (Chelmton), Suff., 438 (3 m. 28).

Chelmsford, Essex, 438 (2 m. 10), 438 (4 mm. 1, 14), 1803 (2 m. 6).

Chelmyng, Salop, 438 (1 m. 7).

Chelrey. See Childrey.

Chelsea (Chelsey, Chelchehithe), Midd., 438 (3 mm. 1, 28).

Chelsworth (Cillysworth), Suff., g. 2055 (123), 2484 (1).

Cheltenham (Scheltenham, Sheltenham), Glouc., 438 (2 m. 25), 1803 (2 m. 2):g. 2861 (29).

Cheltenham (Cheltynham), Richard, abbot of Tewkesbury ( 1509), g. 218 (36), 257 (47).
-, -, Rob., g. 257 (47).

Chelton. See Chilton.

Chelwood (Chelworth), Soms., 438 (4 m. 13).

Chelworth, Wilts, g. 94 (35).

Chener, Stephen, p. 1549.

Cheney. See Cheyny.

Chengton. See Chancton.

Chenu, Estienne, 3349.

Cheny. See Cheyney.

Chepingkington. See Kineton.

Chepman, Ric. See Bromefeld.

Chepsted. See Chipsted.

Chepstow, Monm., 438 (1 m. 26), 438 (4 m. 21):g. 289 (44), 1836 (7).
-, -, priory, 2489.
-, -, -, letter to John prior of, 2489.

Chepynglambarn. See Lambourn.

Chepyngnorton. See Norton.

Chepyngwardon. See Wardon.

Cherbourg, in Normandy, 30001.

Cherch. See Church.

Cherde. See Chard.

Cherebeare, Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Cherhill (Cheryell), Wilts, 438 (2 m. 28).

Cherington (Cheryton, Chyrton, Cheryte, Cherughton), Wilts, 438 (2 mm. 28, 32).

Cheriton, Hants, 438 (1 m. 11).

Cheriton (Cheryntey, Chiringka), Kent, rector of, pp. 1521, 1523.

Cheriton, Bishops- (Bysshopereton), Devon, g. 448 (4).

Cherley. See Childrey.

Cherrington (Charyngdon), Glouc., 438 (3 m. 17).

Chert. See Chart.

Chertsey (Chartesey), Surr., 438 (2 m. 19), 438 (3 m. 26):g. 2055 (72), 2964 (14).
-, -, grant dated at, g. 3324 (9).
-, -, abbey of, 164, 438 (2 mm. 15, 19).
-, -, -, abbot of. See Parker, J.
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 833 (7).

Cherubeer (Churebere), Devon [in Dolton], g. 969 (70).

Cherwell (Charwell), the Oxfordshire river, g. 1044 (10), 2684 (82).

Cheryngton. See Charrington.

Chesehull. See Chishall.

Cheseman, John, serjeant of the Chaundry, 20 (p. 17).
-, -, Rob., 438 (3 m. 33).

Chesham (Chesseham), Bucks, 438 (1 m. 7), 2054 (6).

Chesham, Andrew, g. 2055 (20).

Cheshire or the "County Palatine," 559, 1802, 2246, 2392, 2651:g. 11 (10), 94 (14), 132 (103), 257 (65), 414 (52), 857 (11), 1316 (9), 2055 (42), 3408 (20).

Chesholme. See Chisholm.

Cheshunt (Chesson, Chesthunt, Chestount), Herts, p. 1512:g. 632 (70), 2617 (2).
-, -, bailiff, &c., g. 132 (97).
-, -, steward of, g. 132 (35).
-, -, nunnery, confirmation for, g. 1266 (11).

Chesnes or Chaini, Sieur de, 3348, 3364.

Chesson. See Cheshunt.

Chesten or Chestren Wood, Kent, g. 857 (13), 1170 (2).

Chester or West Chester, 142, 438 (1 m. 5), 438 (2 mm. 8, 9), 438 (3 m. 8), 438 (4 mm. 4, 5, 15), 1262 (p. 578), 2977:g. 924 (28), 2684 (45).
-, -, mayor, &c., 438 (3 m. 20).
-, -, abbey of St. Warburga, 142, 245, 438 (4 m. 18).
-, -, -, abbot of. See Birchinshaw, J.
-, -, -, dispute with the town settled by award, 142.
-, -, -, steward appointed, 245.
-, -, castle, g. 1462 (12).
-, -, -, exchequer in, g. 1462 (12).
-, -, king's pool fishery, g. 3049 (10).
-, -, St. John's College, dean of, 438 (2 m. 24).
-, -, Wermyngham's House in Eastgate, g. 519 (24).
-, -, archd. of, 438 (3 m. 14).
-, -, bp. of (i.e. of Coventry and Lichfield). See Blythe, G.

Chester, earldom or county palatine of, g. 94 (15), 257 (65), 709 (14), 1948 (31), 3049 (10).
-, -, -, confirmation of charters, g. 784 (15).
-, -, -, attorney, g. 94 (15), 709 (30). See Porte, J.
-, -, -, chamberlain, g. 54 (40). See Brereton, Randolph.
-, -, -, chancellor, g. 804 (29 xii.).
-, -, Ranulph earl of (temp. Henry III.), charter of, g. 784 (15).

Chesterfield, Derb., 438 (1 m. 4), 438 (3 m. 5), 438 (4 mm. 4, 13), 2392:g. 1804 (6).
-, -, confirmation of charters, g. 784 (41).
-, -, vicar of, 438 (2 m. 5).

Chesterfield, Dham., g. 94 (55, 68), 563 (10).

Chesterford, Great, Essex, 438 (3 m. 34):g. 3324 (20).
-, -, chantry in All Saints, g. 3324 (20).

Chesterford (Chesterforth) Parva, Essex, 438 (2 m. 19), 438 (3 m. 34).

Chester le Street, Dham., dean of, 438 (2 m. 18).

Chesterton, Hunts, 438 (4 m. 22).

Chesterton, Warw., g. 1662 (24).

Chesteyn. See Cheddiston.

Chestren Wood. See Chesten.

Chesylden, John, outlawed (temp. Hen. VII.), g. 257 (80).
-, -, Richard, prior of Leeds, 438 (3 m. 11).

Chetham, Giles, 438 (2 m. 29).

Chethern. See Chevithorne.

Chetisham (Chettisham), Camb., 438 (4 m. 7).

Chetwynd, Salop, g. 969 (47).

Chetwynd (Chetwen), John, 2392.
-, - (Chetwen), Philip, 2392 (p. 1063).
-, - (Chetwyn, Chetwen), Wm., esquire for the Body, 20 (p. 16), 2392 (p. 1063):g. 969 (23), 3499 (12).

Chevening (Shevenyng), Kent, 438 (3 m. 18).

Cheverell, Roger, p. 1536:g. 2222 (16 Dors.), 2964 (54).

Chevers. See Chievres.

Chevington, Suff., g. 414 (30).

Cheviot hills, 2246 (4).

Chevithorne (Chethern), Devon, 1803 (2 m. 2).

Chevres. See Chievres.

Chewton under Mendip, Soms., 438 (4 m. 21).

Cheylesmore (Chilesmore, Chelismore), in Coventry, 438 (1 m. 1):g. 2684 (56).

Cheyney (Cheyne), Eliz., wife of Sir Thomas, g. 2484 (34).
-, - (Cheny, Cheyne), Francis or Sir Francis, esquire for the Body, 20 (p. 14), 81, 438 (2 m. 21), 707, 918, 1463 xii.:pp. 1496, 15367, 1539, 1546, 1548:App. 9:g. 158 (26, 48), 218 (25), 289 (10), 519 (23), 709 (14), 833 (58 ii., 69), 1123 (9), 1221 (9, 23), 1948 (31), 2137 (18).
-, -, -, knighted, 81.
-, -, -, pardon of, g. 158 (48).
-, -, -, executors of, 3483.
-, - (Cheyne), Sir John, Henry VII.'s standard bearer and master of Horse, g. 132 (89), 357 (15), 381 (76), 2617 (1).
-, - (Cheyne), John, esquire for the Body, 20 (p. 14), 438 (3 m. 6):p. 1534:g. 54 (47), 132 (18), 1221 (6), 2055 (37), 2222 (16 Bucks).
-, -, Margaret widow of Sir John, 438 (3 m. 5).
-, - (Cheney), Rob., 2480 (16).
-, - (Cheny), Roger, bailiff of Sandgate and Hammes, 589 (p. 339), 2049, 3338:g. 519 (12).
-, - (Cheyne, Cheney, Sieno, Cene), Thomas or Sir Thomas, esquire for the Body, 20 (p. 14), 438 (3 m. 15), 698, 1176 (1 iii., 2), 1844, 1851, 2437, 2732, 2757 (?), 2908, 3024, 3078, 3348 (3), 3403, 3483:p. 1541:App. 9:g. 158 (85), 804 (20), 1494 (9), 2222 (16 Ntht.).
-, -, -, signature, 698.
-, - (Cheny, Cheyne), Thomas, ship captain, 1661 (3, 4), 2304 (3, 5), 2305 iii.:g. 1123 (9), 3499 (12).
-, - (Cheyne), Dame Walberowe, widow of Sir Francis, g. 1221 (23).
-, - (Cheny, Cheyne), Wm., 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 42), 394, 494 (2), 3421, 3529:g. 54 (53), 632 (54), 784 (7).

Chiamon. See Chaumont.

Chiavenna (Clavenna), in Italy, 1277 (p. 587).

Chich, Essex. See St. Osith.

Chicheley (Checheley, Chylheale), Henry, 438 (4 m. 18).
-, - (Chichele), Henry, abp. of Canterbury, q.v.
-, -, Th., 438 (3 m. 6).
-, -, Wm., g. 485 (61).

Chichester, Suss., 438 (1 m. 19), 438 (2 m. 34), 438 (3 m. 9), 457, 874 (1, 2), 1801, 1803 (1 m. 1, 2 m. 1), 2062, 2305 iii., 3313 (5, 6, 7):p. 1505:g. 257 (57), 833 (11).
-, -, butlerage accounts, 184 (2), 577 (3), 1405 (2 ii.).
-, -, cathedral, 438 (4 m. 6), 559 (p. 327).
-, -, -, chantry in, g. 709 (56).
-, -, -, dean (of "Chester"). See Young, J.
-, -, -, vicars of, 438 (2 m. 26).
-, -, fee farm of, g. 94 (35 p. 50).
-, -, staple of, election of officers, g. 381 (26).

Chichester, bp. of. See Sherburn, R.

Chichester, Mr., of Devon, 1176 (3), 1661 (p. 752).
-, - (Chechester), John, 438 (4 m. 7):p. 1518:g. 257 (49), 833 (58 iv.), 3499 (12).

Chickney (Chikney), Essex, 438 (1 m. 5).

Chicksand (Chikeshande), Beds, 438 (2 m. 32).
-, -, priory, 438 (3 m. 15).

Chiddingfold (Chydyngfold), Surr., 438 (1 m. 9).

Chiddingley (Chittynglegh), Suss., 438 (4 m. 10).

Chiddingstone (Chedynston, Chedyngston), Kent, 438 (2 mm. 6, 15).
-, -, chantry at, g. 3408 (29).

Chidiock (Chedeoke, Chadiok), Dors., 438 (1 m. 14), 438 (4 mm. 4, 16).

Chieti (Civita) [Jo. Petrus Carafa], bp. of, Papal nuncio to England (1513), 2448 (p. 1083), 261011, 2632, 2658, 2744, 2820, 2884, 3009, 3018, 3298.
-, -, -, letters to, 2658, 2820:p. 1530.
-, -, -, his auditor, 3009.

Chievres (Chierves, Chevres, Chevers, Shierve), Wm. de Croy lord of, 592, 1683, 2014, 2366 (2), 2421, 2502, 2705, 2779, 2797, 2976, 3113, 3153, 3245, 3257, 3519.

Chigwell (Chikwell), Essex, g. 289 (16), 1662 (58).

Chikesand or Chikeshande. See Chicksand.

Chikney. See Chickney.

Chikwell. See Chigwell.

Chilborn, Suff., court rolls, 544.

Chilcolmavan. See Kilcolmanbane.

Child, Wm., 2090.

Childe, Th., rector of Spettisbury, p. 1526.

Childeley or Childerley, Wm., king's turner, 2807:pp. 1512, 1514:g. 833 (26), 2968 (2).

Childeswykwan. See Wickham.

Childfrome (Chilfrom), Dors., 438 (2 m. 28).

Childhay (Chilehay), Dors. [near Burstock], 438 (4 m. 23).

Childmell, Th., 480.

Child Okeford (Childeckeford), Dors., 438 (3 m. 5).

Childrey (Charley, Cherley, Chelrey), Berks, 438 (2 mm. 5, 17):g. 885 (13).

Child's Ercal (Childesarhall), Salop, 1803 (1 m. 2).

Chilesmore. See Cheylesmore.

Chilham (Shilham), Kent, 438 (3 m. 12).

Chillingham, Nthld., 438 (2 mm. 19, 24):g. 94 (77).

Chillou (Sillou), Guyon le Roy, sieur de, vice-admiral of Britanny, admiral of French fleet, 1635, 1711, 1825, 1907, 2014 (?), 2934, 3349.
-, -, -, deed by, 1711.

Chiltern (Chitterne), Wilts, 438 (2 m. 30).

Chiltern hundreds, Bucks, bailiff of, 438 (3 m. 19).

Chilton, Suff., court rolls, 544.

Chilton Canteloe (C. Cantlowe), Soms., 438 (2 m. 12).

Chilton Foliat (C. Foliott), Wilts, g. 1171 (2).
-, -, rector presented, g. 381 (20).

Chilton (Chelton, Sheltham, Chelham), Th., 438 (2 mm. 13, 15), 438 (3 m. 12).

Chilwell, Notts, 438 (1 m. 8), 438 (3 m. 18), 438 (4 m. 4):g. 857 (21).

Chimay (Semay, Samaye) [Charles de Croy], Prince of, brother in law to the King of Navarre, 2014, 2779.
-, -, -, his matre d'hotel, 1566 (p. 719).

Chimes, Jacques de, 2173 (3n.), 2237.

China, 1974.

Chinoke. See Charnock.

Chinon. See Chateau Chinon.

Chioggia, in Italy, 1001.

Chios (Syo), in the Levant. See Scio.

Chippenham, Wilts, 438 (1 m. 7), 438 (2 m. 24), 1803 (1 m. 4):g. 94 (35).

Chippenham, Henry, g. 3499 (24).

Chipping Norton, Oxon, 438 (4 m. 24).

Chipsted (Chepsted), Kent, 438 (3 m. 18).

Chirch. See Church.

Chirdon (Chirden), Nthld., 1803 (1 m. 1).

Chiringha. See Cheriton.

Chirk lordship, and Chirkland, in the Marches of Wales, g. 54 (778), 414 (48), 833 (8), 924 (15), 1804 (556).

Chirnok. See Charnock.

Chirton, Wilts. See Cherington.

Chiryngton. See Charrington.

Chishall (Chesehull), Essex, 438 (1 m. 19).

Chishall (Chishull), Little, Essex, g. 289 (12).

Chisholm (Chesholme), John, to be dean of Dunblane, 2553.

Chislehurst, Kent, g. 804 (10).

Chislet (Chistlet), Kent, 438 (3 m. 29).

Chitterne. See Chiltern.

Chittlehamholt (Chitlampholt), Devon, g. 969 (70).

Chittok, John, 438 (4 m. 6).

Chittynglegh. See Chiddingley.

Chivasso, in Italy, college of, p. 1529.

Chobham (Cobhams), Essex [in West Ham], g. 1662 (58).

Chobham (Chabham), Surr., 438 (2 m. 29):p. 1513.

Chocke, Alice, 438 (1 m. 13).
-, - (Chokke), John, 438 (1 m. 13).
-, -, Ric., 438 (1 m. 13).

Chocknall (Chokynhill), Worc. [in Leigh], g. 1221 (40).

Choen. See Coghan.

Chokes, honor of (or fees of), in cos. Ntht., Beds, Bucks, Linc. and Leic., g. 190 (3).

Chokynhill. See Chocknall.

Cholford. See Chalford.

Chollerton, Arnold, 806.

Cholmondeley, Eliz., wife of Sir Richard, g. 449 (6).
-, - (Chomley), Hugh, serjeant at arms, 20 (p. 12), 82 (p. 42):g. 132 (109).
-, - (Chamley, Chombley, Chomley, Cholmley, Cholmodley, Cholmey), Sir Ric., esquire and knight for the Body, deputy lieutenant of the Tower, customer of London, 20 (pp. 12, 14), 118, 312, 438 (3 m. 4), 886, 1752, 2260, 2308, 2416, 26678, 2831, 2853, 3453, 3607:pp. 151314, 153940:g. 94 (53, 68, 1023), 132 (14), 218 (11), 449 (6), 784 (5), 924 (36), 1123 (37), 1524 (37), 1804 (17, 32, 48), 2055 (75), 2222 (16 Midd.), 2484 (27), 2964 (478).
-, -, -, signature of, 2260, 2416, 2668, 2683, 2831, 2832 ii., iii., 3137 (16), 3251, 3506, 3539, 3555:pp. 1511, 1514.
-, - (Chomley, Cholmeley), Roger, gentleman usher, 20 (p. 14), 438 (2 m. 17):g. 158 (467), 804 (29 v., x.), 833 (50 iv.), 1365 (3).
-, - (Cholmeley), Wm., 2480 (68).

Cholsey, Berks ("Derb."), 438 (3 m. 8).

Chombley or Chomley. See Cholmondeley.

Chorlbury. See Charlbury.

Chorleburyt. See Charlbury.

Chorleton. See Charlton.

Chorley, Chesh., 438 (2 m. 20), 438 (3 m. 21):g. 2684 (45).

Chorlton, Wm., 2392.

Chorsi. See Corsi.

Chowne, John, g. 1836 (27).

Chration, M., 1301 (p. 598).

Christchurch or C. Twynham, Hants, 438 (2 m. 22):g. 289 (11), 604 (43), 1266 (23).
-, -, grants dated at, g. 563 (17, 18, 21).
-, -, priory, confirmation for, g. 546 (53).

Christiern, viceroy of Norway, son of John King of Denmark, and subsequently (1513), King Christian II., 285, 304, 365, 666, 1117, 1331, 1563, 1584, 1729, 1731, 1735, 1792, 1827, 2694, 2838, 2973, 2985, 3196, 3270 ii., 3315.
-, -, -, letters to, 666, 1117, 1331, 1563, 1729, 1827, 25789, 2721:p. 1527:App. 20.
-, -, -, proposed marriage, 304, 1584, 1729, 2578 (3).

Christmas (Cristmas), Peter, g. 1316 (4).
-, - (Cristemasse, Crismas), Th., 1803 (2 m. 3):g. 3499 (12).

Christon (Crixston), Soms., g. 2684 (96).

Christopher, 2940.

Christopher. See Fisher, C.

Christopher, , trumpet, 20 (p. 14), 82 (p. 43).

Christopher, Mr., ship master, 1387. Coo?, q.v.

Christopherson (Cristoferson), John, M.D., a Scot, g. 1602 (40).

Chubbis, Th., 438 (4 m. 3).
-, -, Wm., clk., 438 (3 m. 4).

Chudleigh (Chydeley, Chudley), Devon, 438 (2 m. 8), 438 (4 m. 8).

Chudleigh (Chudeley), James, p. 1535:g. 833 (58 iv.), 1494 (9).

Chumleigh (Culmelegh, Chulmelegh, Chymlight, Chymligh, Chymley), Devon, 438 (1 m. 11), 438 (3 m. 7):g. 190 (7), 749 (35), 969 (70), 1083 (2).

Church (Chirch, Cherch), Roger, canon of Wells, 438 (1 m. 21).
-, - (Chyrch), Wm., 786.

Churchill (Churchehill), Soms., 438 (1 m. 1), 438 (3 m. 10).

Church Knowle. See Knowle.

Church Lalford. See Lawford.

Church Langton (Chirche L.), Leic., 438 (1 m. 11).

Church Over (Wover), Warw., g. 449 (15).

Church Stow (Churstowe), Devon, 438 (1 m. 7).

Church Withington (Chyrchimetynton), prebend in Hereford cathedral, p. 1525.

Churebere. See Cherubeer.

Churston Ferres, Devon, 438 (2 m. 10).

Churstowe. See Church Stow.

Chute. See Shute.

Chute Forest, Hants and Wilts, warden of, 438 (1 m. 17).

Chydeley. See Chudleigh.

Chydell. See Chedyll.

Chyket, Edward, 438 (4 m. 23).

Chylheale. See Chicheley.

Chymley, Chymligh or Chymlight. See Chumleigh.

Chyrch. See Church.

Chywon, Nic., of Chywon, Cornw., 438 (4 m. 11).

Cibo, Innocent, Cardinal SS. Cosma and Damianus (23 Sept. 1513), 2320n., 2373, 2633, 2802, 2884, 3051, 3407, 3532:pp. 1529, 1532.
-, -, -, his proctor John Baptista, 2884.

Cibsey. See Sibsey.

Cicestre. See Cirencester.

Cicestre monastery, g. 54 (38). Cirencester?
-, See Cecil.

Cicilia. See Cecile.

Cieri (Ceri), Renzo di, holding Crema for the Venetians, 432, 2434, 3160, 3270 ii., 3396.

Cifuentes (Swyfentys), Count of, 6 (p. 6), 162 (p. 87).

Cilgerran (Gilgarran), co. Cardigan, g. 54 (79).

Cilicia, in Asia Minor, 1190.
-, -, Turkish insurgents in, 766.

Cilly (Celle, Silly), Claude de, Prince Charles' ambassador with Ferdinand, 6 (p. 6), 162 (p. 85), 445, 669, 741.
-, -, -, letter to, 741.

Cillysworthe. See Chelsworth.

Cinque Ports, 1313, 1360:g. 1365 (24), 1948 (69, 70), 2222 (16), 2422 (4), 2862 (7).
-, -, confirmation for, g. 414 (20).
-, -, warden of, 438 (3 m. 30):g. 632 (4), 2222 (16, Cinque Ports). See Poynings, Sir E.

Cintra (Sincia), in Portugal, letter dated at, 171.

Cirencester (Circestur, Circetyr, Cicestre, Sissetour), Glouc., 438 (1 mm. 18, 21), 438 (3 m. 17), 1803 (1 m. 2):g. 1836 (7).
-, -, abbey, g. 54 (38 ? "Cicestre"), 257 (2).
-, -, -, John abbot of, 205, 963, 3464:p. 1537.
-, -, -, subprior of, 438 (3 m. 13).
-, -, rector of, 438 (3 m. 13).

Cisar. See Sizergh.

Ciscetur, Rob., g. 546 (64).

Cistercian Order, protector at Rome. See Bainbridge, C.

Cisterlowe. See Oysterlow.

Ciston. See Siston.

Cittadella, in Italy, 3043, 3097.

Citadello, Ant. de, merchant of Lucca, g. 1804 (38).

Ciudad Rodrigo, bp. of, 6 (p. 5).

Civile. See Seville.

Civita, bp. of. See Chieti.

Civita Vecchia, in Italy, 402, 2428.
-, -, letter dated at, 408.

Clacke, Wilts, 438 (2 m. 27).

Claclos hundred, Norf., 438 (2 m. 26).

Clacton, Essex, fair at, g. 3408 (30).

Clairvaux abbey, in France, 2619, 3022, 3069.

Claiston. See Glaston.

Clanor. See Clonmore.

Clapcot (Clopcot), Berks, 438 (3 m. 8).

Clapham (Clopham), Beds, 438 (2 m. 5), 438 (4 m. 2).

Clapham (Clopham), Surr., 643, 786.

Clapham (Clapam), Chr., porter and receiver of Berwick, 438 (4 m. 5), 1004, 1493 vi., 2709:p. 1542:g. 11 (10), 94 (55), 1494 (9), 2484 (9), 3582 (15).
-, -, Th., 438 (4 m. 5).
-, -, Wm., 438 (4 m. 5).

Clapton (Clopton), Ntht., 438 (4 m. 5).

Claramonte. See Clermont.

Clarasci, count of. See Ticiono.

Clare, Suff., g. 54 (14), 94 (35, 96).
-, -, castle, g. 54 (14), 94 (96).
-, -, honor of, 438 (4 m. 5):g. 54 (14), 94 (35, 96), 2964 (81).
-, -, court rolls, 544.

Clare, Gilbert de, earl of Gloucester and Hertford (temp. Edw. II.), grant of, g. 1494 (61).
-, -, Richard de, earl of Gloucester and Hertford (temp. Hen. III), grant of, g. 546 (15), 1221 (28).

Claredon. See Claverdon.

Clarence, George duke of ( 1477), g. 485 (33), 833 (14, 19), 1415 (3), 1662 (58).

Clarencieux king of arms, g. 158 (44), 682 (42). See Machado, R.; Benolt, T.

Clarendon (Claryndon, Claringdon) park, Wilts, 438 (3 m. 30).
-, -, forest and park, warden, g. 447 (25).

Claret Hall [near Clare], Suff., g. 94 (35).

Clarevaux or Clarves. See Clervaux.

Clarica, Enores de or Alons Claristanc, killed at Brest, 1371, 1403.

Clarius. See Olarius.

Clark or Clarke. See Clerk.

Clarvys. See Clervaux.

Clasco. See Glasgow.

Clatford, Upper-(Upclatford), Hants, g. 709 (24).

Claton. See Clayton.

Clattercot, Oxon, priory, 438 (3 m. 15).

Claude, eldest daughter of Louis XII. (by Anne of Britanny), married (18 May, 1514) Francis duke of Angoulme, 1141, 1825, 2475, 2596, 2647, 2921, 2979, 3004, 3191, 3240, 3270, 3364, 3411.
-, -, -, proposed marriage to Archduke Charles, 2797.

Clavell (Clavyle), John, 438 (1 m. 3), 2346.

Clavenna. See Chiavenna.

Claverdon (Claredon), Warw., g. 94 (38), 709 (41), 2137 (10).

Claverham, Suss. [in Arlington], g. 218 (65).

Clavering, Essex, 438 (2 m. 28):g. 709 (35), 2055 (23).

Clavering, Rob., 438 (4 m. 20):p. 1542.

Claverle, John (temp. Edw. III.), lands of, g. 3107 (39).

Claverynges lands, in Edmonton, Midd., g. 833 (43).

Clavourd. See Clayworth.

Clawurda. See Clayworth.

Claxston, Suff., g. 2055 (95).

Claxton, Norf., 438 (1 m. 8), 438 (2 m. 29), 520, 3442:g. 632 (63), 750 (6).

Claxton, Ralph, 438 (1 m. 9).

Claybrook (Cleibroke), Leic., 438 (3 m. 12).

Clay Coton (Cleycoton), Ntht., 438 (3 m. 6).

Claydon (Cleydon), Suff., 438 (3 m. 24).

Claydon, Middle-, Bucks, 438 (3 m. 32):g. 3408 (23).

Claydon (Cleydon) or Steeple Claydon, Bucks, g. 94 (35 p. 50).

Claydon (Clayden), John, 438 (1 m. 18), 438 (3 m. 10).

Claygate (Cleygate), Surr., g. 709 (14), 1836 (31), 1948 (31), 2055 (129), 2137 (18).

Clayhydon. See Clehydon.

Claymond, John, clk., president of Magdalen College, Oxford, 438 (2 m. 8):g. 2684 (69).

Clayssuerie or Clayssurne, John, p. 1523 bis.

Clayton, Yorks, 438 (3 m. 13).

Clayton (Cleyton), Henry, 20 (p. 15), 82 (p. 42).
-, - (Claton), Rob., 438 (3 m. 13).
-, - (Cleyton), Wm., 438 (2 m. 8):g. 969 (77).

Clayworth (Clawurda, Clavourd), Ntht., g. 1494 (8).

Clech, Richard, of Reading, 602.

Clederom. See Clotherholme.

Clederrowe. See Cliderhowe.

Cleer. See Clere.

Clee St. Margaret's, Salop, 438 (3 m. 30).

Cleeve (Cleve), Glouc., 438 (1 m. 24).

Cleeve, Soms., 438 (3 m. 30).
-, -, abbey of, 438 (4 m. 3).
-, -, -, abbot. See Derby, J.

Cleffort. See Clifford.

Clefton. See Clifton.

Clegg, Hamnet or Hamlet (Hammell), 20 (p. 16), 82 (p. 41), 3226 (1):g. 381 (36), 1948 (4), 3324 (11).

Clehonger (Clehunger), Heref., 438 (3 m. 26), 1803 (1 m. 2).

Clehydon (Clayhydon), Devon, 438 (2 m. 15).

Clement, John, 893 (2):App. 9.
-, -, John, spear of Calais, g. 857 (10).
-, -, John de, notary, of Tournay, 2767.
-, -, Ric., groom of the Chamber, 20 (p. 13), 2480 (37):p. 1500:g. 651 (20).
-, -, Rob., butcher, 438 (1 m. 22).

Clements Inn. See under London.

Clementson, Margery, p. 1512.

Cleobury, Salop, g. 132 (85).

Clere, Eliz., 438 (4 m. 5).
-, - (Cleer), John, clothmaker, 1803 (1 m. 1).
-, - (Clerc), Sir Robert, 20 (p. 17), 438 (4 m. 5), 1661 (p. 752):p. 1541:g. 804 (49), 833 (58).
-, -, Rob., 438 (4 m. 5).

Clerfayi, Michael de, of Hainault, 2753.

Clerke or Clerk, Adam, bailiff of Guisnes (temp. Hen. VII.), g. 94 (72).
-, -, Cecilia, 438 (4 m. 24).
-, - (Clerc), Clement, 438 (1 m. 22):g. 54 (62).
-, - (Clark), Edm., labourer, 438 (1 m. 23), 438 (3 m. 28).
-, -, George, 438 (3 m. 18), 438 (4 m. 24):g. 2484 (20).
-, -, Jan, 2832 vi.
-, -, Joan, 438 (4 m. 14).
-, - (Clerc), John, 20 (p. 12), 438 (1 m. 14), 438 (2 m. 30), 438 (3 mm. 3, 18), 438 (4 m. 24):g. 1804 (6), 1836 (27).
-, -, John, auditor (temp. Hen. VII.), 1418:g. 2055 (66).
-, - (Clerc), John, master of the Maisondieu at Dover, 438 (1 m. 25).
-, -, John, physician, 438 (4 m. 14).
-, - (Clerc), John, searcher of Calais, g. 749 (1).
-, -, John, [chaplain ?] of Cardinal Bainbridge, decr. doct., rector of Portishead, 3220, 3497:p. 1530.
-, - (Clerc, Clarke), John, ship master, 1661 (1, 3, 4), 2304 (4, 5), 2305 ii., iii. ter:pp. 1497, 1502.
-, -, Lancelot, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 39).
-, -, Martin, 1803 (2 m. 4).
-, - (Clark), Nic., chaffwax in Chancery, 109, 579, 1803 (1 m. 3).
-, - (Clerc), Ric., 438 (4 m. 18):p. 1540 bis:g. 2964 (9), 3324 (3).
-, -, Ric., vicar of Ellingham, 438 (3 m. 8).
-, -, Rob., 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40).
-, -, Roger, g. 587 (5).
-, -, Roger, prb. of Warwick, g. 3049 (42).
-, - (Clerc), Th., 438 (4 m. 14), 1262 (p. 578):p. 1505:g. 969 (9), 1123 (37).
-, - (Clarke, Clerc), Wm., 184 (4), 187, 438 (1 m. 5), 438 (2 m. 28), 438 (3 m. 6), 707 (p. 383), 874 (2), 1493 vi., 3313 (6):p. 1538:g. 924 (31), 1494 (4), 2772 (24), 2484 (17).
-, -, Wm., prb. of Warwick, p. 1529:g. 3049 (42).

Clerkenwell, Midd., church of, g. 414 (13).
-, -, hospital of St. John of Jerusalem. See St. John.

Clerkson or Clarkson, Rob., merchant of the Staple, 1032 (2).
-, -, Wm., p. 1542:g. 2684 (25), 3049 (23).

Clermont, in France, letter dated at, 3485.
-, -, bp. of. See Amboise, J. d'.

Clermont, Francis William de, cardinal of Auch (Aus), 526, 3364.
-, - (Cleremond, Claramont, Claramonte), Ren, vice-admiral of the French fleets, taken prisoner at Guinegate, 1273, 1371, 1403, 1518, 2170, 2172, 2173 (3), 2198, 2208, 2227, 2237, 2391 (p. 1059), 2392 iii., 2556, 2609, 2633, 2719, 2905, 3035, 3387.

Clervaux (Clarevaux), Eliz., d. and h. of John, g. 3107 (45).
-, - (Clarevaux, Clarves, Clerves), John, 438 (3 m. 15).
-, -, Marm., 438 (3 m. 15).
-, - (Clarvys), Ric., g. 1524 (14).

Clery, in France, 902.

Cleve. See Cliff.

Cleveland, archdeaconry of, 310.

Cleves, Duchy of (Clivensis), 1311, 2083, 2976:g. 709 (46), 2772 (53).

Cleves, John duke of, deed by, 1162.
-, -, -, his daughter to marry Charles of Gueldres, 2976, 2994.
-, -, William duke of (15391592), 2591.

Cleves, Charles de, Comte de Nevers, q.v.
-, -, Louis de, called "Louis Monsieur," brother of C. count of Nevers, 1689 (p. 774), 3348, 3364.
-, -, Philip de, Seigneur de Ravenstein, "Bastard of Cleves," 463 ii., 1071 (p. 517), 2782.

Clewer (Cleware), Berks, 438 (4 m. 9).

Cley, Norf., 1982 (2).

Cley, John, 438 (4 m. 10).
-, -, Wm., alias Henley, q.v.

Cleycoton. See Clay Coton.

Cleydon. See Claydon.

Cleyff. See Cliff.

Cleygate. See Claygate.

Cleyton. See Clayton.

Cliborn, Th., 1493 ii.

Cliderhowe (Clederrowe), Hugh, clk., 438 (1 m. 5).
-, -, Rob., 438 (2 m. 26).

Cliff (Cleyff, Cleve), Kent, 438 (4 m. 16).
-, -, rector of, 438 (4 m. 21).

Cliff, Salop, 438 (1 m. 19).

Cliff or Kings Cliff, Ntht., 438 (2 m. 4):g. 784 (2).

Cliff (Cliva), by Lewes, Suss., 438 (2 m. 23), 1803 (1 m. 1).

Cliff, Henry, 438 (2 m. 11).
-, - (Cleve), John, 438 (2 m. 7).
-, -, John, chaplain, g. 749 (43).
-, -, John, sub-prior of Abingdon, g. 1544 (22).
-, -, Maurice, 438 (1 m. 26).
-, -, Nic., 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 41).
-, -, Rob., 20 (p. 13).
-, -, Robert, artillerist of Calais, 193 (p. 101).
-, -, Robert, B.D., rector of Tilston, &c., 438 (3 m. 14).

Clifford lordship and castle, Heref., g. 132 (52), 2055 (69), 2772 (3).

Clifford, Anne, g. 1804 (4).
-, -, Charles, king's spear, captain of the John Baptist, 20 (p. 16), 893 (2), 1424, 1661 (3, 4), 2304 (3, 4, 5), 2305 bis, 2337, 3338.
-, -, Charles, Barbara and Mary, children of Sir Roger, g. 749 (23).
-, -, Eliz., widow of Sir Robert, 438 (2 m. 8).
-, -, Sir Henry, lord, 20 (pp. 14, 20), 81, 205, 438 (3 m. 33), 707, 963, 1493 ii., 2053, 2239, 2443, 3464:pp. 1529, 15467:App. 26:g. 546 (62), 804 (29 iii., vi., ix.-xi.), 833 (41, 45 ii., iii., 50 iii., iv.), 969 (23), 1365 (3), 3499 (12).
-, -, -, Florence his wife, g. 833 (41).
-, -, Henry or Sir Henry, cupbearer, esquire, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 43):g. 218 (24), 485 (33), 1732 (49), 2861 (7).
-, -, -, knighted, 81.
-, -, Sir Henry, junior, g. 1662 (9).
-, -, James, ship captain, 1869 iii.:g. 1804 (4).
-, -, John and Thomas, former lords of, 438 (3 m. 33).
-, - (Cleffort), John, governor of the English merchants in Flanders, 1573, 1576, 1664, 1691, 1721, 1761, 1860, 2011 (3), 2106, 2123, 2413, 2451, 2478 (2), 2643, 2850, 2894 (p. 1256):p. 1506.
-, -, -, letters from, 1664, 1761.
-, -, -, his account, 2451.
-, -, Louis, 438 (1 mm. 8, 22):p. 1539:g. 2484 (8).
-, -, Mrs. Mabel, wife of Wm. Fitzwilliam, 20 (pp. 11, 13), 82 (pp. 38, 41), 971:g. 2055 (131).
-, -, Sir Robert, g. 1172 (7).
-, -, Robert (temp. Hen. VII.), g. 1415 (11).
-, -, Sir Thomas, 2480 II.
-, -, Th., 438 (2 m. 13), 1493 vi.:p. 1538:g 1732 (49), 2055 (23), 2484 (9), 2861 (7).

Clifton, Beds, 438 (1 m. 6), 438 (2 m. 31).
-, -, rector of, 438 (2 m. 24).

Clifton, Derb., g. 2684 (78).

Clifton, Worc., g. 94 (35).

Clifton next Bristol, Soms., 438 (2 m. 26).

Clifton Campville (C. Caumbell), Staff., 438 (4 m. 15).

Clifton-Dertmouth-Herdenes. See Dartmouth.

Clifton Maubank (C. Mabang), Dors., 438 (3 m. 5).

Clifton, North, Notts, 520:g. 546 (27), 632 (64).

Clifton, Alice, abbess of Stixwold, 438 (4 m. 23).
-, -, Gervaise, 438 (3 m. 2).
-, - (Clyfton), Joan, widow of Sir Gervaise, 438 (4 m. 14).
-, -, John, abbot of Sibton, 438 (1 m. 12).
-, -, Sir Rob., 1661 (p. 752):g. 833 (50 ii.).
-, -, Robert, 1176 (3):pp. 1536, 1542, 1547:g. 804 (29 ii.).
-, - (Clefton, Clysston), Wm., 438 (4 m. 26), 1803 (2 m. 5).

Clinche, John, 20 (p. 18).

Clinton, John, Lord Clinton and Say, 20 (p. 12), 3464:pp. 1538, 1545:g. 969 (38), 1732 (25).
-, - -, Anne his wife, g. 969 (38).
-, -, Sir Thomas, 3348 (3):App. 26.
-, -, Wm., p. 1538.

Cliottes, Ric., ship master, 1661 (4 p. 753).

Clipsham, Rutl., 1803 (1 m. 6).

Clipston (Clippeston), Notts, 438 (4 m. 24):g. 751 (3), 833 (55), 2684 (1).

Clipstone Shrogges, Notts, g. 924 (16).

Clise Antron, Cornw., g. 1415 (26).

Clist, Devon, rector of, p. 1527.

Clist Gerard, Devon, 438 (4 m. 1).

Clist Honyton, Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Clist St. Laurence, Devon, 438 (1 m. 18).

Cliston, Wm., chaplain, g. 3408 (24).

Clitheroe (Clyderoe), Lanc., 438 (4 m. 26).

Clithyowe laund, Cumb., g. 1948 (60).

Cliva. See Cliff.

Clochall. See Clothall.

Clod, Wm., 3529.

Cloderom. See Clotherholme.

Clog (Cloge, Clogge), John, ship master, 1453 ix., 1661 (1, 3, 4), 3137 (6):g. 3499 (76).

Clogher diocese, p. 1523.

Clomorgan. See Glamorgan.

Clompton, Th., g. 1948 (26).

Clon, John, sewer of the Chamber, 20 (p. 12).

Clonfert, bp. of [Dennis O'Moore], p. 1531.

Clonmarean. See Stradbally.

Clonmore (Clanor), co. Kilkenny, p. 1524.

Clonne park, co. Glamorgan, g. 749 (2).

Clonne, Maurice, g. 3049 (7).

Cloontuskert Nasyna (Cluntoskeyt N.), co. Roscommon, prior of, p. 1529.

Clopcot. See Clapcot.

Clopham. See Clapham.

Clophill, Suff., 438 (3 m. 16).

Clopton. See Clapton.

Clopton Hall, Suff., g. 289 (13).

Clopton, Eliz., 438 (3 m. 9), 438 (4 m. 14).
-, -, Hugh, merchant of the Staple, mayor of London, (A.D. 14912), 1032 (2), 1508, 2308, 2668:pp. 150910, 151314:g. 604 (2), 1462 (7), 1662 (6).
-, -, John, 438 (1 m. 14), 438 (3 m. 9).
-, -, Sir Wm., 438 (1 m. 14), 438 (3 m. 9), 438 (4 m. 14):p. 1544:g. 651 (10).
-, -, -, Thomasia his wife, 438 (1 m. 14), 438 (3 m. 9).
-, -, Wm., 438 (4 m. 14).

Close, Ric., 1803 (1 m. 6).

Clostahyg. See Restalrig.

Cloth, 6 (p. 5), 610, 1074.
-, linen, licence to import, g. 1494 (21).
-, woollen (kerseys), export of, 610, 1475:g. 357 (1), 381 (23), 546 (67), 563 (13), 604 (2, 12), 804 (5), 885 (1, 15), 1170 (11), 1221 (25), 1266 (24), 1365 (18), 1415 (17), 1494 (13, 21), 1602 (31), 1662 (6, 22), 1948 (74, 89, 98), 2055 (5, 1012), 3107 (2, 14, 53), 3226 (14).
-, export of (Act), 2590 (13).
-, -, solicitor for kerseys, 885 (1).
-, black, for funerals, 20, 707.
-, red and scarlet, 82.
-, tapestry and arras, 331:g. 357 (11).
-, white and green, 82.
-, in the wardrobe, 877.
-, Clothiers, 438 (1 mm. 5, 10, 12, 20, 21 bis), 438 (3 mm. 9 bis, 12, 15, 17 bis, 20, 21, 23 bis, 25, 30, 32), 438 (4 mm. 1, 14, 15, 17 ter, 18, 22 bis, 23, 26, 28), 1803 (1 mm. 1, 4, 6), 1803 (2 mm. 3, 5 bis):g. 546 (56), 1266 (4), 1602 (3).
-, Cloth makers or clothmen, 438 (1 mm. 6, 15, 20, 21 bis), 438 (2 mm. 6, 20, 26, 29), 438 (3 mm. 3, 5, 9, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16, 20, 21 bis, 23, 24 ter, 26, 32), 438 (4 mm. 1, 3, 5, 7, 17, 21, 23, 26 bis, 28), 1803 (mm. 1 ter, 2, 3, 6 bis), 1803 (2 m. 2 bis, 3):g. 1221 (4).

Clothall (Clochall), Herts, 438 (2 m. 23), 438 (4 m. 1).

Clotherholme (Cloderom, Clotherom, Clederom), Yorks, 438 (4 m. 12).

Clotton, Ric., 1506, 2062, 2480 (46):p. 1517.

Cloudesley (Clowdesley, Clowdysle), Ric., 438 (4 m. 11):g. 2484 (17).

Clovis (A.D. 481511), founder of the French monarchy, 3478.

Clovyle, Henry, g. 1494 (55).

Clowdys, Derb., 438 (2 m. 30).

Clowdysle. See Cloudesley.

Cloyne, bp. of [Th. O'Mullaly], pp. 1524, 1531.
-, -, diocese, pp. 1525, 1527.

Clun (Clunne), Heref., 438 (4 m. 12).

Cluntoskeyt. See Cloontuskert.

Cluny abbey, in France, g. 1836 (5).
-, -, abbot of. See Amboise, J. d'.

Cluny, House of Charity of. See Charit sur Loire.

Clyf, Th., the king's "deser," 985.

Clyfton Dertmouth. See Dartmouth.

Clynt, Yorks, 438 (4 m. 21).

Clyston, John, g. 1316 (1).
-, -, Wm., rector of Newton Tracy, g. 2964 (68).
-, -, Wm. See also Clifton.

Cnhut. See Canute.

Co. See Coo.

Coates (Cotes), Glouc., 438 (1 m. 4).

Coates (Cootys, Cotes) Magna, Linc., 438 (4 m. 12).

Coates. See also Cotes.

Cobarrcivias, Francis de, 2459.

Cobbame. See Cobham.

Cobbe, George, g. 2862 (7).
-, -, Henry, 438 (3 m. 16).
-, -, Wm., 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 40).

Cobbetonheis. See Cobden.

Cobden (Cobbetonheis), Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Cobden Hill. See Copthorn.

Coberley. See Cubberley.

Cobham, Kent, g. 804 (10).
-, -, college, p. 1530:g. 1221 (47).
-, -, -, master. See Cromer, G.

Cobham, Anne, d. and h. of Sir Thomas, 438 (4 m. 3).
-, -, Sir Edw., ship captain, 1453 ii., v., 2480 (29).
-, -, George [George Broke son of Thomas lord Cobham], 3348 (3), 3357.
-, - (Cobbame), Sir John Broke lord ( 9 March 1512), alias Sir John Cobham of Cobham, 205, 438 (3 m. 24), 963, 1453:p. 1538:g. 1221 (47, 59).
-, -, Ric., 2480 (49).
-, -, Th., esquire for the Body, 20 (p. 15).
-, -, Thomas Broke lord (1512), knighted at Tournay, 20512, 2301, 2392, 3464, 3483:p. 1538:g. 1221 (59).
-, - See also Broke.

Cobhams, Essex. See Chobham.

Cobham Wick [in Bridestowe], Devon, 438 (2 m. 11).

Coblegh, John, 1803 (1 m. 2).

Coblentz (Covelence, Covalence, Couvelentz), in Germany, 2083.
-, -, letter dated at, 2086, 2091.

Coburley. See Cubberley.

Coby, Henry, 2759.

Cocharcha. See Dunkirk.

Cock, John, 2054.

Cockburn (Cokburn), Edward, a Scot, 13245.
-, - (Cokburne), John, a Scot, whose father, George, was captain of the French king's guard, 103.
-, - (Cokburne), Sir Wm., slain at Flodden, 2913.

Cocke. See Coke.

Cockerells (Cokerellys), Essex, g. 1316 (4).

Cockermouth (Cokyrmouth), Cumb., 438 (3 m. 4), 438 (4 m. 26).

Cockett (Coket), John, 438 (2 m. 17), 2324, 2805:g. 784 (22).

Cockington (Cokyngton), Devon, 438 (4 m. 4).

Cocklaw (Coklawe), on the Scottish Border, 2913.

Cockwood (Cokwood), Devon, 1801.

Code, Ric., g. 833 (58 iii.), 3499 (12 bis, 13).

Codenham (Codneham), Wm., abbot of Bury St. Edmunds ( 1513), g. 1732 (50), 1836 (6).

Coderuge. See Cotheridge.

Codgrave. See Cotgrave.

Codham, Essex, 438 (4 m. 11).

Codham Hall, Essex, 438 (2 m. 6).

Codneham, John or William alias William Buntyng, q.v.

Codnor (Codnawe, Goodenor), Derb., 438 (2 m. 22), 438 (3 m. 8).

Codrede. See Cottered.

Codreth. See Cottered.

Codrington (Coderyngton), Glouc., 438 (4 m. 26).

Codrington (Coderyngton, Cuddryngton, Cothryngton), Chr., 438 (4 m. 26).
-, -, Edward, 853.
-, -, John, monk, g. 381 (11).
-, -, Ric., g. 2861 (37).

Codyng. See Cooding.

Codyngton. See Kiddington.

Coed Raf (Coyde Raf), co. Pembroke, g. 3324 (16).

Coedyswydd (Coydesoyth?, in Wales, g. 2684 (104).

Cur Loyal (Noble), 671. See Henry VIII.

Cofferer, Mr. See Shirley, J.

Coffyn (Coffen), Ric., 438 (3 m. 7):p. 1536:g. 632 (26), 1170 (9), 2222 (16 Devon), 3324 (42).
-, -, Wm., 2480 (12, 15).

Cogdean (Cokden), Dors., g. 1123 (26).
-, - (Cokeden) hundred, Dors., g. 158 (69).

Cogger, Wm., g. 804 (6).

Coggeshall (Cogsale, Coksale, Cokkeshall), Essex, 438 (1 m. 5), 1803 (1 m. 6), 3529.
-, -, priory of, g. 1170 (13).

Coggs (Cogges), Oxon, g. 94 (49), 682 (8).

Coghan or Coughan (Coghne, Choen, Cohan), Walron, sewer of the Chamber, 20 (p. 14), 82 (p. 42), 707 (p. 383), 2480 (50).

Coghton. See Coughton.

Cogsale. See Coggeshall.

Cohan. See Coghan.

Coignocle. See Conocle.

Coimbra, duchess of, her chaplain, 1344.

Coinage, 139, 185:g. 158 (1).

Coiners, g. 969 (17).

Coire (Cura), bp. of [Paul Ziegler], 754. See Notes and Errata.

Cok, John. See Slakok.

Cokayne (Cokker), Edmund, 438 (4 m. 6), 1803 (1 m. 6).
-, -, Humphrey s. and h. of Edmund, g. 3499 (34).
-, -, Rob., 2392 (p. 1063).
-, - (Cokeyn, Coken, Cokyn), Th. or Sir Th., knighted at Lille, 2392 (p. 1063):App. 26:p. 1535:g. 218 (59), 381 (108), 2684 (78), 3499 (12).

Cokden. See Cogdean.

Coke or Cooke,, g. 11 (10).
-, - (Cocke), Agnes, widow of Laurence, 438 (2 m. 18).
-, - (Cuyk), Edw., 20 (p. 15), 82 (p. 41), 438 (2 m. 26), 2407:g. 1266 (11a), 2055 (79).
-, - (Cok), Henry, 438 (4 m. 27).
-, -, Humphrey, master of works of Berwick, 438 (1 m. 25).
-, -, Joan, 438 (1 m. 20), 438 (4 m. 14).
-, - (Cok), John, 438 (1 m. 26), 438 (3 mm. 21, 23), 1803 (2 m. 6), 2480 (10):App. 9:pp. 1512, 1515.
-, - (Cook), John, alderman and mayor of Gloucester, 438 (1 m. 7):g. 1662 (1).
-, -, John, rector of St. Peter's, Monk Soham, 1803 (2 m. 4).
-, - (Cook), Katharine, g. 2772 (57).
-, - (Cooke), Paul, of the Chancery, 438 (2 m. 8).
-, -, Philip, g. 2617 (21).
-, -, Ric., mercer, 438 (1 m. 20), 438 (2 m. 10), 2575 ii.
-, - (or Ceke), Ric. See Syke.
-, - (Cooke), Rob., clk., of Pontefract, 438 (1 m. 13).
-, -, Roger, 1803 (2 m. 5).
-, -, Sir Th., g. 2617 (21).
-, -, Th., of Salisbury, 438 (1 m. 3), 438 (3 m. 12):p. 1518.
-, - (Cooke), Th., rector of Donhead St. Andrew's, 853.
-, - (Cook), Th., 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 707 (p. 383), 2221 (2):g. 1732 (14), 3324 (24).
-, - (Cook), Walter, g. 2772 (57).
-, - (Cook), Wm., 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 41), 438 (3 mm. 9, 14 bis, 26), 1176 (3), 1803 (2 m. 1):p. 1514:g. 190 (19), 1083 (39), 1462 (15), 1662 (55).
-, - (Cowke), Wm., LL.D., 1803 (2 m. 1).
-, - (Cooke, Cocke), Wm., ship captain, the Queen's servant, 1453, 1661 (1, 3, 4), 1852, 2686, 2842, 2938, 3513:p. 1518.

Cokeden. See Cogdean.

Cokeham. See Cookham.

Cokeley. See Cookley.

Coker, Soms., 438 (3 m. 6), 438 (4 m. 4).

Coker, East, Soms., g. 1170 (5).

Coker, West, Soms., g. 969 (70), 1083 (2).

Coker, Edward, App. 9.
-, -, Rob., 20 (p. 16).

Cokerell, James, D.D., vicar of Hessle and Hull, 2805.

Cokerley, Glouc., 438 (1 m. 6).

Cokeron, Pety John, minstrel, 1181.

Cokesdon. See Coxden.

Cokesey, Lady, 388 (3).
-, - (Cookyssey), John, 2054 (4).
-, -, Sir Th., 388 (3).

Cokeson, John, water bailey of Calais, 193 (pp. 99, 101), 578, 589, 1424, 2049, 2593:g. 94 (6), 447 (15), 1221 (46).
-, -, Wm., beadle of Mark and Oye, 589 (p. 339):g. 546 (2), 833 (67).

Cokeston, Wm., 438 (2 m. 27).

Coket. See Cockett.

Cokke, Th., g. 2137 (27).

Cokker. See Cokayne.

Cokkes or Cokkis. See Cox.

Cokles. See Coles.

Coklond, Philip, 438 (3 m. 20).

Coksale. See Coggeshall.

Coksalle, John, 438 (2 m. 20).

Coksedie, Edmond, g. 604 (24).

Cokson. See Cokeson.

Cokswete or Cokkeswete, John, 438 (2 m. 28).

Cokyn, Edm., g. 1494 (55).

Cokyngton. See Cockington.

Cokyrmouth. See Cockermouth.

Cola. See Colla.

Colam. See Colham.

Coland. See Culland.

Colart, , 3004.

Colarte, Johannes, of Rouen, ship master, 3092.

Colas, , of Bristol, 2738.
-, -, John, g. 485 (40).

Colbrand or Colbrond, George, 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 40):g. 1266 (17), 1804 (22 ii.).
-, - (Colebrande), Th., 20 (p. 16).

Colbroke. See Colebrook.

Colby. See Coleby.

Colcer, reward given to, 2383.

Colchester, Essex, 438 (2 mm. 6, 11, 13, 20, 26, 28), 438 (3 mm, 8, 19, 278), 438 (4 mm. 1, 21), 1080, 1672, 1803 (1 m. 1, 2 m. 3 bis, 6), 1905, 1982:g. 289 (17), 604 (36), 632 (50), 731 (48), 1083 (15), 1462 (14), 2617 (21).
-, -, confirmation of charters, g. 750 (10).
-, -, castle of, g. 54 (12), 2964 (80).
-, -, Crutched Friars, 3568:p. 1532.
-, -, St. John's abbey, 438 (1 m. 5), 1905:p. 1530.
-, -, -, abbot of. See Lindsey, W.
-, -, St. Mary at the Walls, p. 1531.
-, -, St. Nicholas, p. 1531.

Colchester, archd. of, 438 (3 m. 22).

Colchestre, John alias Neblond, monk, p. 1528.
-, - (Colchester), Rob. alias Cuper, monk, p. 1529:g. 357 (27).

Colcok, Edward, 2054 (2).

Colcombe. See Collumpton.

Colcombe beside Colyton (Coluton), Devon, g. 190 (18), 749 (20), 1083 (2).

Coldale, Giles, clk., p. 1526.
-, -, John, S.T.D., commissary of Oxford, vicar of Farnham, &c., 438 (1 m. 20).

Coldaston. See Ashton, Cold.

Cold Aston, Glouc., rector of, p. 1525.

Coldhigham. See Higham.

Coldingham (Goldignum, Coldingahan), in Scotland, 2793.
-, -, priory of, 299, 338, 1077, 2355, 2443, 2552, 3119:pp. 15213.
-, -, -, John prior of, 299.
-, -, -, English claimant, 1077.

Cold Kenyngton. See Kempton.

Cold Norton, priory, Oxon, 1803 (1 m. 4).

Cold Overton (Coleoverton, Overton Quatremarc), Leic., 438 (2 m. 33), 1803 (2 m. 5).

Coldstream (Caldstreme), in Scotland, 817, 1504 (pp. 6923).

Cole, Joan, 438 (1 m. 14).
-, -, John, 438 (1 m. 14), 438 (2 m. 24), 1396:p. 1536:g. 2222 (16 Devon).
-, - (Coole), John, priest, of the Chapel Royal, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40), 707:g. 969 (27), 1804 (11).
-, -, John. See also Colla.
-, -, Th., 438 (1m.14):g.682 (18).
-, - (Coll, Colle), Wm., 438 (3 m. 12), 2402:g. 1662 (1).
-, - See also Colley.

Colebrande. See Colbrand.

Colebrook (Colbroke), Devon, 438 (3 m. 18).

Coleby (Colby), Linc., 438 (3 m. 5), 438 (4 m. 3).

Colemore (Colemere), Hants, g. 94 (83), 2484 (23).

Colepeper. See Culpeper.

Coleridge (Colrigge, Colrugge) hundred, Devon, g. 218 (52), 381 (18), 632 (35).

Colerne, Wilts, 438 (1 m. 7).
-, -, vicar of, 438 (3 m. 20).

Colerton. See Colyton.

Coles (Colys, Colis, Cokles), John, 438 (2 m. 8).

Coleshill (Colsyll, Colshell, Colshull), Warw., 438 (4 m. 24):g. 54 (41), 632 (7), 1266 (9).

Coleshill (Colsell), , messenger, g. 11 (10).
-, - (Colshill, Colshull), Sir John, 438 (2 mm. 16, 20).
-, - (Colshill, Colshull, Colsihill, Colshell, &c.), John, 438 (2 m. 32).

Colet, Lady Christina, widow of Sir Henry, 438 (4 m. 27).
-, -, Sir Henry, alderman, 931, 1803 (1 m. 3).
-, - (Collett), John, S.T.P., dean of St. Paul's, 20 (pp. 16, 21), 316, 438 (2 m. 18), 559, 633, 736, 847, 863, 882, 890, 920, 931, 952, 958, 972, 1049, 1060, 1122, 1166, 1188, 1803 (1 m. 3), 2088, 2818, 3063:App. 5:g. 519 (13, See Notes and Errata), 1804 (40), 2617 (21), 3107 (1), 3324 (22).
-, -, -, letters from, 882, 3374.
-, -, -, letters to, 847, 863, 890, 920, 1166, 2088, 2424.
-, -, -, oration by, 1049, 1122.
-, -, -, will of, 931.
-, - (Collett), Peter, g. 3226 (10).

Colewath, Rob., 707.

Coley (Colley), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 22).

Colham (Colam), Midd., g. 3107 (40).

Colier. See Collier.

Coliweston. See Colly Weston.

Coll, in Denmark, 1730.

Coll (or Colle), Rob., 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40).
-, -, Thomas, ship master, 1661 (4).

Colla (Colle, Cole, Cola, Solla), John, ambassador to England (June 1514), 1301 (p. 598), 1311 ii., 2564, 2633, 28957, 2915n., 2963, 2976, 2994, 3009, 3014, 3018, 3024, 3027, 3035, 3041, 3047, 3052, 3061, 3070, 3079, 3082, 31034, 3109, 3141, 3298:p. 1516.
-, -, -, letter from, 3018.

Colle. See Cole; also Colles.

College, the or Sacred College. See Cardinals.

Collencourt, Jacques de, 1565.

Collerton, Edm., chaplain, 20 (p. 17).

Colles (Colle), John, 438 (3 m. 28).
-, - (Collys), John, vicar of Stone, p. 1528.
-, - (Collys), Wm., 1803 (2 m. 3).

Collett. See Colet.

Colley, Yorks. See Coley.

Colley (Coly, Cole, Coln), John, 438 (4 m. 12).

Collier (Colier, or Colyer), Henry, 438 (3 m. 7).
-, -, John, 438 (4 m. 16).
-, -, Ric., 438 (3 m. 22).
-, - (Colier), Roger, 438 (3 m. 22).
-, -, Wm., rector of Abberley, g. 3582 (5).

Colliers, 438 (1 m. 25), 438 (3 m. 22), 438 (4 m. 16).

Collin (Colyn, Collen), John, 438 (1 m. 25).
-, - (Colyn, Colen, Golly, Golle, Gole), Nic., 438 (3 m. 25).

Collins or Colyns, Eliz., Queen's chamberer, 908, 3448.
-, -, John, 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 40).
-, -, John alias Wellington, abbot of Athelney, 438 (3 m. 13), 1465, 1493.
-, -, Lancelot, treasurer of York, 3460.
-, - (Colyn), Peter, 438 (1 m. 7).
-, -, Ric., 1803 (2 m. 6).
-, - (Colyns, Collyn), Th., 438 (2 m. 18), 1803 (2 m. 3).
-, -, Walter, 438 (3 m. 21).
-, - (Colyn), Wm., p. 1534 bis:g. 2772 (39).

Collingbourn (Colynbourne), Wilts, 438 (2 m. 24).

Collingham, South- (Southcolyngham), Notts, 438 (1 m. 6).
-, -, rector of, 1803 (1 m. 2).

Collingtree (Colyntree), Ntht., g. 2617 (19).

Collingwood (Colingwode), John, 597.
-, - (Colyngwode), Ralph, S.T.D., dean of St. Mary's, Warwick, 438 (4 m. 17):g. 563 (7).
-, - (Colyngwode), Rob., g. 2484 (9), 3499 (12).

Collinson (Colynson), John, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 778, 877 bis, 990, 1249, 3554.

Collumpton (Colompton, Columpton, Colome, Colomjohn, Colombe John), Devon, 438 (2 mm. 13 bis, 27), 438 (3 mm. 7, 9, 23), 438 (4 m. 14), 1803 (1 mm. 2, 4):g. 190 (18), 257 (14), 1083 (2).
-, -, vicar of, 438 (4 m. 18).

Collyng. See Cowling.

Colly Weston (Colyweston, Coliweston), Ntht., 438 (1 mm. 3, 20), 438 (2 m. 14), 438 (3 m. 8), 438 (4 mm. 1, 12):g. 132 (60), 218 (9), 257 (32).

Colman, Henry, 438 (3 m. 24).
-, -, John, p. 1539.
-, -, -, signature of, 2912.
-, -, Th., letter from, 3557.
-, - (Culman), Th., clk., p. 1531.
-, -, Th., prior of Little Malvern, 1803 (2 m. 1).
-, -, Wm., 20 (p. 15), 82 (p. 41), 436, 707, 1248.

Colmworth (Colmorth), Beds, 438 (4 m. 2).

Coln, John. See Colley.

Colne (Coolne), Essex, priory, 1905.

Colne, Lanc., 438 (2 m. 11).

Colne Prior's (Colme Priore), Essex, letter dated at, 2480 (23).

Colne Wakes (Colnewake, Colneywake), Essex, g. 381 (51, 102), 2330 (4).

Cologne (Couloygne, Coleyn, Colleyn) in Germany, 966, 1289, 1306, 1309, 1311, 1321, 1334, 1338, 1344, 1440, 1481, 1566, 2028, 2083, 2093, 2115, 2715, 3298.
-, -, letters dated at, 1351, 1367, 1383, 1388, 1428, 1438 (?), 1750 (2), 2115.
-, -, Diet at (Oct. 1512), 1440.
-, -, -, conclusions, 1428.

Cologne, abp. of [Philip von Daun Oberstein], 1897, 2448.

Cologne clifts (i.e. spear handles), 1420.

Colom, in Artois, 2404.

Colombe John. See Collumpton.

Colombier (Coulombiers), in France, letter dated at, 470.

Colome, Colomjohn, Colomp-John or Colompton. See Collumpton.

Colonna, the family, 1344, 1677 (p. 770).
-, -, Fabritio, leader in Ferdinand's service, 793, 1301 (p. 597), 2020.
-, -, Marco Antonio, 529.
-, -, Mutius, 1277 (p. 586).
-, - (Colunna), Prospero, 350, 541, 1204, 1312, 1354, 1988, 2029, 2127, 3525, 3541.

Colowe, Wm., justice (temp. Henry VII.), g. 604 (24).

Colowhill. See Callowhill.

Colpyn, John, 2049.

Colquhoun (Culquhone), Adam, canon of Glasgow, g. 2862 (8).
-, - (Coolchome), Sir John, of, made prisoner at Flodden, 2246 (4).

Colrigge or Colrugge. See Coleridge.

Colshill, Colsihill, Colshell or Colsuhyll. See Coleshill.

Colsterworth, Linc., rector of, p. 1528.

Colt or Colte, John, g. 546 (3), 2222 (16 Essex).

Colthorp. See Colthorpe.

Coltman, John, 438 (2 m. 28).

Colton (Coweton Grange), Lanc. [in Furness], 1803 (2 m. 3).

Colton, Norf., 438 (1 m. 18), 438 (2 m. 16):g. 2617 (37).

Colton, Staff., 438 (1 m. 7), 438 (3 m. 19), 438 (4 m. 3).

Columb (Culme, Cullum, Cullam), Hugh, 438 (3 m. 15):g. 1123 (10).

Columbell, Humphrey, g. 651 (7).

Columton. See Collumpton.

Coluton. See Colyton.

Colvile, Henry, g. 2617 (21).
-, - (Culwen), Lord, slain at Flodden, 2246 (4), 2313.
-, - (Colvell, Colvele), Rob., 438 (3 m. 14).

Colwell, Nthld., g. 485 (26), 2863 (5).

Colwich, Staff., 1803 (1 m. 2).

Colwick (Colwike, Colwyk), Notts, g. 1732 (49), 2861 (7).

Colwick, Over-(Overcolwyke), Notts, 438 (4 m. 14).

Colyford (Coliford) borough, Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Colyford, John, g. 1266 (38).

Colympjohn. See Collumpton.

Colyn. See Collin and Collins.

Colyng. See Cooling.

Colyngbourne, Margaret d. of Wm., 1803 (1 m. 2).

Colynge. See Cowlinge.

Colyngwode. See Collingwood.

Colys. See Coles.

Colyton (Coleton, Colaton), Devon, 1801:g. 749 (20), 1083 (2).

Colyton (Colerton) Raleigh, Devon, g. 414 (29).

Colyweston. See Colly Weston.

Comacchio (Camadium), in Italy, salt making in, 783.

Comartyn. See Combe Martyn.

Comarys, Marquis de, Ferdinand's deputy in Navarre, 2006 (p. 907).

Combe, Devon, 438 (4 m. 8).

Combe (Southcombe), Dors., g. 2684 (32).

Combe, Kent, g. 804 (10).

Combe, Warw., abbey, 438 (4 m. 8).
-, -, -, abbot. See Toton, J.

Combe Flory, Soms., 438 (1 m. 7).

Combe Martyn (Comartyn), Devon, bailiff of, g. 132 (83).

Combe in Teignhead (Comberyntynchide), Devon, rector of, p. 1525.

Combe, John, 436.

Combermere, Chesh., abbey, 438 (3 m. 2).
-, -, -, John abbot of, 438 (3 m. 2).

Comberton (Cumberton) Parva, Worc., 438 (3 m. 11):g. 132 (28).

Comberworth. See Cumberworth.

Combes (Combys), Th., auditor, 438 (2 m. 29):g. 357 (15).
-, -, Wm., 438 (2 m. 29).

Comborough. See Cornbrough.

Combworth. See Cornbrough.

Comchillos, James de, bp. of Catania, q.v.

Comdoye. See Cwmyoy.

Comekillyone. See Iona.

Comersale, Wm., g. 132 (101).

Comewyth. See Comwyth.

Cominatus, Constantine. See Areniti.

Commissions:
-, Admiralty, g. 485 (40).
-, ambassadors', admirals', captains', &c., indexed under their names.
-, Army victualling. See below Purveyance.
-, Array, 827, 1360:g. 94 (63), 804 (29), 833 (45, 50, 58), 1083 (39), 1316 (9), 1365 (3, 24), 2330 (3), 2861 (6, 33), 3408 (37).
-, Assessment, g. 3324 (24).
-, Assize and gaol delivery, g. 94 (50), 132 (2, 48), 218 (1, 12), 289 (31, 43), 357 (21, 38), 381 (39, 43, 78), 414 (55), 519 (44, 50, 60), 546 (1, 47), 587 (1, 5), 709 (34, 62), 731 (278), 804 (36, 41), 833 (2, 22, 40, 59), 924 (14, 31, 37), 969 (13), 1083 (8, 10, 13, 16, 201), 1221 (21, 30, 41), 1266 (34, 36, 41), 1316 (3, 6, 14, 28), 1462 (14, 34), 1494 (4, 54), 1602 (10, 41), 1662 (1, 5, 8, 47), 1732 (2, 13, 16, 25), 1948 (10, 19), 2055 (8, 59, 93, 114), 2137 (3, 11), 2422 (5), 2484 (15, 20, 27), 2617 (35), 2684 (9, 41, 62, 68), 2772 (39), 3049 (4, 23, 26, 35), 3107 (24, 34, 55), 3226 (4).
-, Coronation, g. 94 (43, 879).
-, Debts to the Crown, g. 3226 (8).
-, Enquiry, g. 132 (61), 357 (6), 651 (10, 13), 709 (55, 61), 731 (14), 804 (21, 28), 924 (36), 969 (4), 1083 (24), 1123 (6, 12, 13, 40), 1221 (16), 1316 (26), 1662 (9), 1948 (94), 2055 (95), 2484 (34), 2684 (99), 3107 (16), 3226 (27), 3324 (42), 3408 (4, 6, 16, 26, 33).
-, Marches of Wales, g. 414 (48, 52).
-, Musters. See Musters.
-, Oyer and terminer, g. 158 (76), 1123 (19, 20), 1316 (9), 1836 (18), 2055 (42), 3408 (37).
-, -, revoked, g. 257 (85).
-, Peace, pp. 153347.
-, Purveyance, for armies and fleets, g. 1123 (17), 1662 (35, 37, 54), 1732 (6, 8, 14, 23, 27, 31), 1804 (8, 14, 22, 334), 2055 (11), 2684 (79, 87, 110), 2772 (23, 60).
-, -, for the Household, g. 587 (8), 804 (9), 833 (3, 18, 28, 37), 857 (3), 1003 (13, 19), 1123 (31, 38), 1266 (17), 1804 (22), 1836 (20), 2055 (9), 2484 (22, 31), 2535 (15), 2617 (3, 30), 2684 (54), 2772 (43), 2861 (32), 3049 (6, 22), 3226 (15), 3324 (1, 38).
-, - for works, g. 158 (11), 682 (37).
-, Receipt of the French pension. See French pension.
-, Scots in England, g. 2222 (16).
-, Sewers, g. 132 (323, 51), 158 (91), 257 (48, 88), 804 (13, 52), 969 (45, 52, 54), 1123 (37), 1171 (3), 2684 (8), 3582 (14).
-, Special, g. 257 (95), 833 (52), 969 (5), 1123 (18), 1732 (37), 2861 (28), 2964 (22).
-, Subsidy, g. 2862 (7).
-, Weirs, g. 132 (57).

Common Pleas ("Comyn Place," Common Bench), 82 (p. 39), 164, 438 (2 m. 32), 438 (3 mm. 3, 9), 438 (4 mm. 2 bis, 16, 23, 28), 579, 3315 (2):g. 257 (85).
-, -, Chief Justice of, 1. See Rede, Sir R.
-, -, chirographer, g. 94 (81).
-, -, clerk of estreats, g. 3408 (22).
-, -, keeper of writs and rolls, g. 94 (8).
-, -, prothonotary of, 438 (2 m. 12).
-, -, records of, kept by the clericus Inferni in the place called Hell, 438 (1 m. 7).

Comnor. See Cumnor.

Como, in Italy, 1277 (pp. 585, 587).
-, -, letter dated at, 1973.

Compaignon, the, Spinelly's spy in France, 2694, 2777, 3109, 3235, 3493.

Company, Wm., p. 1512.

Compaynes, Suff., g. 1316 (26).

Compiegne (Compiennes), in France, 1594.

Compton, Glouc., g. 1123 (13).

Compton, Staff., Haloweys lands, g. 2535 (8).

Compton, Wilts, g. 94 (35).

Compton Chamberleyn, Wilts, 438 (2 m. 20).

Compton, East-, Surr., 438 (2 m. 15).

Compton, Fenny. See Fenny C.

Compton, Long-, Warw., g. 3107 (40).

Compton, Over-, Devon, 438 (2 m. 5).

Compton, West, Berks, g. 94 (51), 682 (8), 2055 (50).

Compton, Alice, 1803 (2 m. 2).
-, -, John, 438 (3 m. 34), 438 (4 m. 1):g. 1221 (38), 2861 (11).
-, - (Cumpton), Th., groom of the Chamber, 20 (p. 16), 640, 707, 1015, 1493 vi., 1803 (2 m. 5), 3554:g. 784 (33), 1365 (21), 1948 (77), 3582 (29).
-, -, Wm., g. 2484 (6).
-, - (Comton), Wm., abbot of Pershore, 438 (3 m. 18):pp. 1537, 1546:g. 1221 (40).
-, - (Conton), Wm. or Sir Wm., groom of the Stole, knighted at Tournay, Chancellor of Ireland (6 Nov. 1513), 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 228, 474, 579, 640, 734, 888, 1015, 1046, 1748, 1844, 1882, 1951, 19578, 1960, 2053 (1, 2, 3, 5, 6 i., ii.), 2301, 2480 (4, 26), 2766, 3502, 3535, 3554:pp. 1503, 1519, 1536, 15389, 1541, 1543, 15456:g. 94 (27), 257 (30), 289 (36), 447 (18), 546 (16), 604 (13), 632 (68), 651 (19, 28), 682 (8), 709 (42), 749 (7), 804 (39), 969 (10, 34), 1083 (18, 41), 1123 (26), 1221 (23), 1494 (9), 1662 (10, 47, 58), 1948 (73), 2055 (65, 12930), 2422 (15, 17), 2484 (7), 2484 (9), 2535 (23), 2617 (15), 2684 (18), 2772 (51, 54), 2861 (14), 2964 (72, 76), 3049 (20), 3107 (1, 40), 3226 (4), 3582 (26).
-, -, -, grant of lands to, 1083 (41).
-, -, -, his marriage, g. 1221 (23).
-, -, -, signature of, g. 2055 (65), 2964 (76), 3049 (33), 3107 (9).

Comwyth (Cumwyth, Comewyth), John, 438 (1 m. 25).

Cona, Rob., g. 3107 (40).

Conand, John, 438 (1 m. 8).

Concha. See Cong.

Conciliabulum. See Pisa, Council of.

Concordia, in Italy, 773, 1277 (p. 587):p. 1528.
-, -, bp. of. See Argentino.

Concressault (Concursallo), Mons. de, steward to the French Queen, 1988, 3364.

Condicote (Gouldicote), Glouc., 388.

Condover (Cundour), Salop, g. 2535 (10).

Coneborowe. See Queeniborough.

Conesholme. See Conisholme.

Cong (Concha) priory, co. Mayo, p. 1524.

Congell. See Conocle.

Congham St. Andrew's, Norf., 438 (4 m. 9).

Congherst or Congeherst, George and Margaret, 438 (3 m. 3).

Congresbury (Conysbury), Soms. g. 2684 (50).

Congston. See Coughton.

Conholt (Counholt), Wilts, 438 (4 m. 23).

Coningsby (Conyngesby), Linc., guild of St. Mary, 438 (1 m. 3).

Coningsby, Anne, wife of Humphrey, 438 (2 m. 11).
-, - (Conyngesby), Humph., 438 (3 m. 28).
-, - (Conysby), Humphrey, justice of King's Bench, 82 (p. 39), 205 (p. 106), 315, 341, 438 (2 m. 11), 963, 1046, 2787, 3464 (2):pp. 1535 bis, 1538, 1539 bis, 1540 ter, 1541, 1542 bis, 1545, 1546 bis, 1547 bis:g. 54 (1, 50), 94 (50), 132 (31, 48), 218 (1), 257 (85), 357 (21, 38), 519 (44), 546 (47), 709 (62), 833 (2), 924 (14), 1083 (201), 1123 (37), 1316 (3, 6), 1662 (1, 5), 1732 (2, 16), 2055 (8, 51, 53), 2137 (11), 2484 (15), 2684 (41, 68), 3049 (4, 26), 3107 (40, 55), 3226 (7).
-, -, -, signature of, g. 257 (85).
-, - (Conyngesby), Wm., pp. 1538, 1541:g. 3107 (24).

Conisbrough (Conysborugh Connesburgh, Cornysborow), Yorks, g. 94 (55, 68), 563 (10), 1003 (11), 1804 (6).

Conisholme (Conyngesholme, Conesholme), Linc., 438 (3 m. 10).
-, -, rector presented, g. 190 (42).

Conkarnean, in Britanny, 3349 (p. 1411).

Conkett. See Conquet.

Conne, Jacques, of Aire, 1565.

Conner, Ph., p. 1549.

Connesburgh. See Conisbrough.

Conneswyke, Westmld., 438 (4 m. 8).

Conocayn. See Knockane.

Conocle (Coignocle, Congell), John, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40).

Conqueste, Edmond, 438 (2 m. 32).

Conquet (Conkett), in Britanny, 1844.
-, -, letter dated at, 1825.

Consaloveris, John Baptist de, merchant of Milan, p. 1496.

Considew, Wm., g. 833 (13).

Consistory of Cardinals, 17, 367, 432 ii., 923, 1246.

Constable, Barbara, 438 (4 m. 16):g. 632 (40).
-, -, John, g. 1732 (49), 2861 (7).
-, -, John, master of St. Leonard's Hospital, York, g. 381 (107).
-, -, Dr. John, rector of Fulbeck, g. 2964 (23).
-, -, John, clk., treasurer of Lincoln cathedral, 438 (2 m. 14):g. 1494 (16).
-, -, Sir John, 1450 (p. 661):p. 1547:g. 632 (26), 804 (29 iv., ix.), 833 (45 iii.), 969 (23), 1365 (3).
-, -, Sir Marmaduke, knight for the Body, ambassador to Scotland (Sept. 1509), 37, 161, 255, 438 (3 m. 6), 2239:p. 1547:g. 132 (32), 158 (80, 90), 257 (49), 519 (1), 651 (12, 25), 804 (29 iv., ix.), 833 (45 iii.), 1123 (37), 1365 (3).
-, -, -, ambassador to Scotland, g. 158 (80, 90), 519 (1).
-, -, Marm. or Sir Marmaduke, the younger, son of Sir Marm., 20 (p. 15), 255, 438 (4 m. 16), 2246 (4 ii.):g. 2484 (9).
-, -, Marm. or Sir Marm., of Everingham, p. 1547:g. 132 (32), 3499 (78).
-, -, Marmaduke, g. 632 (40).
-, - (Constabill), Ph., 20 (p. 15), 438 (1 m. 5):g. 1123 (37).
-, -, Ralph, g. 357 (18).
-, -, Sir Robert, 20 (p. 16), 438 (3 m. 3), 837 ii.:p. 1547:g. 132 (32), 804 (29 iv., ix.), 833 (45 iii.), 1123 (37), 1365 (3), 1494 (16).
-, -, -, receipt by, 837 ii.
-, -, Th., g. 357 (18).
-, -, Sir Wm., of Carethorpe, knighted after Flodden, 2246 (4 ii.):p. 1547.
-, -, Sir Wm., of Hatfield, knighted after Flodden, 2246 (4 ii.).
-, -, Wm., of Rudstone, p. 1547:g. 804 (29 iv., ix.), 833 (45 iii.), 1365 (3), 2222 (16 Yorks).
-, -, William, son of Sir Marm., 255.

Constance, in Germany, 1352.
-, -, letter dated at, 576.

Constantin, Signor. See Areniti, C.

Constantine's or St. Constantine, Cornw., 438 (2 m. 4).

Constantinople, 766, 1190, 1964, 2291, 3108.

Contarini, Federigo, 1071 (p. 517).

Conton. See Compton.

Controller, Mr. See Poynings, Sir E.

Conty (Conti), Baron de, 1301 (p. 598).

Convet. See Laurencekirk.

Convocation, 2046, 2932:g. 1948 (95).
-, -, speech of the prolocutor (J. Taylor), 3050.
-, -, summons, 219:g. 969 (756), 2772 (28).

Conway, in Wales, 438 (2 m. 28), 438 (4 m. 29).
-, -, confirmation for, g. 414 (23).
-, -, abbey, abbot of, 438 (3 m. 18).

Conway or Conwey, Chr., 878.
-, -, Edw., gentleman usher, 20 (p. 16), 1176 (1, 4):g. 3499 (68).
-, -, Elizabeth, wife of Sir Hugh, sister of Thomas earl of Devon (145861), g. 749 (23), 1083 (2).
-, -, Henry, 1803 (1 m. 3).
-, -, Sir Hugh, treasurer of Calais, 193 (pp. 99, 100, 102, 440, 582, 589, 634, 716, 878, 981, 1424, 1471, 1493 ii., 1551, 1715, 1744, 1752, 1848, 2049, 2337, 2425, 2522, 2656 (3), 2673, 2954, 3067, 3457:g. 11 (12), 218 (15), 257 (13), 449 (19), 749 (23), 751 (2), 833 (47), 924 (34), 1083 (2), 1804 (10), 1805 (1), 3408 (26, 37).
-, -, -, his accounts, 193, 589, 634, 893, 1424, 2337, 2786, 2954, 3338.
-, -, -, signature, g. 1805 (1).
-, - (Connewey), Peter, archd. of St. Asaph, 438 (3 m. 18).
-, -, Philip, g. 2617 (16).

Cony, Edmund, ship master, 1661 (1, 3).
-, - (Conye), James, 1262 (p. 578).
-, -, John, third clerk of the Kitchen, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 707.

Conyam (Quoniam), John, 438 (2 m. 34).

Conyers, Anne, g. 833 (32).
-, -, Cuthb., clk., g. 132 (50), 833 (41).
-, -, Dr., 2913.
-, -, James, serjeant at arms, 20 (p. 12), 82 (p. 42).
-, -, Sir John, father of William lord C., 2382.
-, -, John, 438 (3 m. 5):g. 1602 (20).
-, -, Margaret, 438 (3 m. 5).
-, -, Robert, 438 (3 m. 5).
-, - (Connyers), Sir Thomas, knighted after Flodden, 2246 (4 ii.).
-, -, Sir William lord of Hornby, 205, 309, 963, 1493 ii., 2239, 3464:p. 1547:g. 132 (86), 158 (54), 804 (29 iv.-vi., ix.-xi.), 833 (41, 45 iii., 50 iii., iv.), 1365 (3), 1662 (2).
-, -, Wm., 438 (1 m. 22).

Conyngham, George, of Newcastle, 874 (2).

Conyngton. See Cannington.

Conyngton, Rob., 1493 iv.

Conysbury. See Congresbury.

Conysby. See Coningsby.

Coo, Chr., ship captain, 1387 (?), 1661 (4), 2304 (3, 5), 2305 ii., 2686, 2738, 2842, 2938, 3513 (1, 2):g. 2861 (16).
-, -, Hugh, 438 (4 m. 5).
-, - (Co.), Lionel, 438 (4 m. 5), 1661 (3).

Cooding (Codyng), in Bexhill, Suss., 3433.

Cook or Cooke. See Coke.

Cookham (Cokeham), Berks, 164:g. 54 (70), 94 (35).

Cookham and Bray, Berks, the seven hundreds of, g. 94 (35).

Cookley (Cokeley), Suff., g. 190 (4).

Cooks (see also under Henry VIII.), 438 (1 m. 25), 438 (2 m. 31), 438 (3 m. 26).

Cooksey (Cokesey), Worc. [in Upton Warren], 438 (4 m. 23).

Cookyssey. See Cokesey.

Coolchome. See Colquhoun.

Coole. See Cole.

Coolepeper. See Culpeper.

Cooling (Colyng), Kent, 438 (3 m. 24).

Coolne. See Colne.

Coombe Bissett (Cumba), Wilts, g. 2964 (67).

Coop or Coope. See Cope.

Cooper. See Cowper.

Coopers, 438 (1 m. 21), 438 (2 m 14), 438 (3 mm. 20, 24):g. 2684 (110), 2772 (23).

Cooplant. See Copland.

Coosby. See Cowesby.

Cootys. See Coates.

Coparcioners (Coopercionarslandes), g. 2137 (4), 2861 (14).

Copcote, John, justice of assizes, 1803 (1 m. 6):g. 132 (48), 381 (39), 519 (44), 546 (47), 709 (34), 833 (2), 1316 (14), 1662 (1).

Cope or Coope, , 1661 (p. 752).
-, -, Agnes d. and h. of Edward, g. 546 (59).
-, -, John, 82 (p. 41), 1267.
-, -, Robert, 438 (3 m. 16).
-, -, Stephen, serjeant of the Cellar, serjeant of the Pantry and Poultry, 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39), 438 (3 m. 16), 19623, 19667:g. 449 (14 bis), 587 (18), 969 (15), 1172 (20), 1524 (2).
-, -, Wm., 20 (p. 15):pp. 1542, 1545:g. 94 (90), 218 (23), 414 (10), 447 (23), 485 (44), 587 (18), 804 (43), 1494 (9), 1804 (26), 1836 (10), 2055, (129).

Copeland, in Irton, Cumb., g. 2861 (11).

Copenhagen (Cowpanhevyn), 302.
-, -, letters dated at, 117, 285, 462, 1140.

Coper. See Cowper.

Copham, Dors., 438 (4 m. 19).

Copildike. See Copuldike.

Copinger (Copenger), John, page of the Chamber, of the Wardrobe of Robes, 20 (p. 13), 82 (pp. 38, 42), 228, 640, 1015, 1549, 2162, 2226, 3454:g. 447 (8), 969 (46), 1804 (16), 3408 (22), 3499 (67).
-, - (Copyngre), Ric., 438 (3 m. 31).
-, -, Wm., alderman, 438 (2 m. 13):App. 14.

Copland (Coplond), , tailor, 559.
-, - (Coplond), John, 1803 (2 m. 2).
-, - (Cooplant, Copeland), Wm., 1594, 1697, 1714, 1752, 1860, 1869 vii., 1943 ii., 2013, 2152, 2181, 2344, 2542, 2609, 2633, 2779, 2908, 3222, 3519:pp. 1498, 1503, 15167.

Cople (Copull, Coupull), Beds, 438 (2 m. 22).

Copleston, Agnes d. and h. of John, g. 924 (32), 969 (68).
-, - (Copston), Henry, 438 (3 m. 3).
-, -, John, 438 (1 m. 12), 1803 (1 m. 2):g. 833 (58 iv.).
-, -, Th., 438 (3 m. 25).

Copley, , 559.
-, - (Coppeley), Ric., 438 (2 m. 29).
-, -, Roger, g. 218 (35), 1083 (39), 2484 (9), 3499 (12).

Copmanthorpe, Yorks, 438 (4 m. 13).

Copoliffe. See Topcliff.

Coppeley. See Copley.

Copper, 325, 1004 (2). See also Ordnance.

Coppersmith, 307.

Copston. See Copleston.

Copthorn Hill or Cobden Hill, in Radlett, Herts, chantry at, g. 2055 (51).

Copuldike, Yorks, 438 (2 m. 16).

Copuldike (Copledyke), Beatrice, 438 (4 m. 7).
-, - (Copildike), James, 438 (4 m. 7).
-, - (Copildyke, Coupildike), John, 438 (2 m. 16), 878 ii., 1313:g. 1083 (6), 1948 (41), 2862 (7).
-, - (Coppuldyke, Copledyke, Copuldiche), Leonard, 438 (3 m. 6).
-, -, Margaret, g. 2964 (9).
-, -, Wm., s. and h. of Wm., g. 1524 (40).

Copwood, John, 1805 (3).

Copyn, armourer. See Watte, C.

Copyn, Wm., 20 (p. 19).

Copynford, Ntht., g. 519 (2).

Corand (Currand, Currant), John, 438 (1 m. 10).

Corbett, Eliz. widow of Robert, 438 (3 m. 16).
-, -, Otis, g. 11 (10).
-, -, Sir Richard, 438 (4 m. 1).
-, -, Richard, 438 (3 m. 12):g. 1662 (1).
-, -, Sir Robert, 438 (4 m. 1), 1176:p. 1543:g. 381 (46).
-, -, Sir Roger, 438 (4 m. 1).
-, -, Roger, s. and h. of Sir Robert, 2628:g. 2617 (44).
-, - (Corbete), Th., 438 (3 m. 12):g. 3049 (20).
-, -, Wm., 438 (3 m. 11).

Corbowe, John, of Norfolk, g. 190 (19).

Corbridge (Corbrig), Nthld., 438 (2 m. 16).

Corby, Linc., 1803 (1 m. 4).

Corbye (Corbeil), in France, 2238.
-, -, letters dated at, 2275, 2396, 2399.

Cordes, in Picardy, 2392.

Cordier, Peter, doctor of decrees, French ambassador to Scotland and Denmark, 1031, 1039, 1058, 1140, 1153, 1155, 1268.

Cordova, Gonsalvo Fernandez de, duke of Terra Nueva and Prince of Venossa, the "Great Captain," 6 (p. 5), 541, 610, 1219, 1223, 1277 (pp. 585, 588), 1301 (p. 595), 1511 (p. 700), 1866 (p. 851), 1877.
-, -, -, letter from, 1219.
-, -, -, his second daughter, wife of John of Aragon, 610.

Cordray, Th., serjeant at arms, g. 709 (38).

Cordwainers. See Shoemakers.

Corfe (Corff), Dors., g. 1123 (26).

Corfe Castle, Dors., 438 (1 m. 8):g. 158 (69), 1123 (26).
-, -, grant dated at, g. 587 (4).
-, -, confirmation of charters, g, 709 (47).

Corfe (Corf), Philip, 438 (2 m. 32).

Corfu, 83.

Corinthi, H. L. See Lastarrinea, Helena.

Coriton, Ric., g. 969 (70).

Cork (Corkys), in Ireland, 1803 (2 m. 5):p. 1523.
-, - confirmation of charters, g. 381 (87).
-, -, cathedral, pp. 1525, 1528.
-, -, Holy Trinity, church, 1026.
-, -, priory or leper house of St. Stephen, 1026.

Cork diocese, pp. 15234.

Corke, Roger, g. 1266 (11a).

Corle. See Crowle.

Cormalet. See Curry Malet.

Cormangel (Vangel, Camangel), M., a Breton killed at Brest, 1371, 1385.

Cornard, Suff., 438 (4 m. 21).

Cornard, John, g. 1221 (4).

Cornaro, , a Venetian, 278n., 328, 3345.
-, - (Corner), Marco, Cardinal, 250, 2568, 2602.
-, -, -, letter from, 2602.

Cornbrough (Comborough, Combworth, Cornburgh), Yorks, g. 709 (14), 1948 (31), 2137 (7).

Cornbury (Corunbury), Oxon, 438 (3 m. 29), 438 (4 m. 17):g. 682 (8).

Corn buyer, 438 (3 m. 15).

Cornden. See Carndean.

Corndon forest, co. Montgomery, g. 218 (38).

Cornelyous, John, g. 1221 (4).

Cornelius, the king's cordwainer, 887.

Cornell. See Cornhill.

Corneto, in Italy, letter dated at, 2602.

Corneto, Adrian de (or de Castello), cardinal of St. Chrysogon, bp. of Bath and Wells, Imperial protector at Rome, Papal collector for England, 135, 205, 438 (3 m. 16), 630, 777 (p. 415), 880, 963, 1007, 1356, 1488, 1574, 1677, 2029, 2032, 2077, 2258, 2276, 2644, 2932, 29868, 3203, 3302, 3305, 34012, 3464, 3489, 3496, 3504, 350910, 35145, 3562.
-, -, -, letters from, 135, 1007, 1488, 2032, 3177, 3508, 3516, 3560.

Cornewelle or Cornewall. See Cornwall.

Cornhill (Cornell), Nthld., 1302, 1504.

Cornish (Cornysshe), John, 438 (4 m. 24).
-, -, Th., 1803 (2 m. 5), 3148.
-, - (Cornysshe), Thomas, warden of St. Mary Ottery College, bishop of Tino (? Tenensis), 438 (4 m. 17).
-, -, Wm., gentleman of the Chapel, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 41), 490, 707, 877n., 1272, 2404.

Cornwall, 205 (p. 106), 1409 (2):App. 14:g. 94 (58, 84), 218 (52), 381 (18, 75), 632 (26), 833 (11, 58 iii.), 969 (23), 1123 (6, 22), 1221 (16), 1365 (24), 1494 (9), 1602 (38), 2222 (12, 16), 2484 (9), 2684 (17), 2964 (18), 3324 (24), 3408 (4), 3499 (12, 13).
-, -, coinage of tin, g. 158 (16).
-, -, bulwarks, 1471.
-, -, commission of the peace, pp. 15345.
-, -, export of hides from, g. 2772 (49).
-, -, havenator, 438 (4 m. 18).
-, -, rebels of (temp. Hen. VII.), g. 519 (43).
-, -, tinners of, confirmation of charters for, g. 414 (24), 969 (64).

Cornwall, Edmund earl of (temp. Edw. I.), charters of, g. 414 (22), 632 (14), 1221 (57), 1494 (43).
-, -, Reginald earl of (temp. Hen. II.), g. 2964 (67).
-, -, Richard earl of, brother of Henry III., charters of, g. 632 (14), 784 (40).

Cornwall, Duchy of, g. 94 (856), 158 (67), 190 (10), 414 (69), 632 (69), 709 (14), 874 (2), 1732 (7), 1804 (43), 1836 (2), 1948 (31), 2684 (72), 2772 (7), 2861 (26), 2964 (16), 3107 (20), 3324 (24).
-, -, -, attorney, g. 709 (30).
-, -, -, auditor, 438 (4 m. 6).
-, -, -, escheator and feodary, g. 94 (84).
-, -, -, receiver, 438 (4 mm. 4, 16 bis):g. 54 (81). See Arundell, Sir J.
-, -, -, steward, g. 54 (26). See Marney, Sir H.

Cornwall (Cornewale), John, 20 (p. 13).
-, -, John, lord Fanhope, q.v.
-, - (Cornewelle, Cornewaile, Cornewele), Ric., 438 (2 m. 22).
-, -, (Cornewall, Cornewayll), Ric., esquire for the Body, one of the Spears, App. 9:g. 519 (64), 1170 (4), 2055 (69), 2137 (27, 29), 2535 (9), 2772 (3), 3107 (48).
-, - (Cornewalle, Cornewaile, Acorneweylle), Ric., ship captain, 1414, 1661 (1, 3, 4), 1844, 1869 iii., 2304 (3, 5), 2305 ii., 3483.
-, - (Cornewelle, Cornewale, Cornwaill), Sir Th., "the baron of Burford," 438 (2 m. 22), 1176, 2392:g. 632 (26), 969 (23), 1172 (22), 3499 (12).
-, - (Cornewall, Cornewell), Thomas or Sir Th., knighted at Tournay, 1803 (1 m. 4), 1496 ii., 2392, 2537, 3483:pp. 1513, 1543:App. 26.

Cornwallis (Cornwaleys), Edward, 438 (3 m. 14):g. 784 (56).
-, - (Cornewales), Eliz., widow of Robert, 438 (4 m. 22).
-, - (Cornwaleys), Rob., g. 784 (56).
-, - (Cornwailles, Cornewalesse), Wm., auditor, g. 218 (34), 546 (43).

Cornwood (Cornewode), Devon, 438 (4 m. 26):g. 1083 (2).

Cornycall, Tristram, g. 1524 (26).

Cornysborow. See Conisbrough.

Coronation of Henry VIII. and Katharine of Aragon, accounts, 812.

Coroners, Act touching, 341.
-, -, extortion by, g. 218 (33).

Corringham (Coryngham), Linc., 438 (1 m. 25), 520.

Corringham cum Stowe, prebend, Linc., 438 (2 m. 6).

Corrodies and pensions, g. 54 (24, 38, 52, 83), 132 (11, 84), 257 (43), 414 (1, 14), 519 (11, 18, 46), 546 (39), 587 (14), 749 (11, 14), 784 (49), 804 (1), 924 (17), 969 (79), 1044 (4, 20), 1123 (25, 52, 63), 1170 (13, 17), 1266 (3), 1415 (2, 16), 1462 (10, 30), 1524 (4, 11), 1662 (56), 1732 (11, 35), 1804 (50), 1948 (656, 88), 2055 (35, 56), 2222 (3), 2617 (23, 41), 2863 (14), 3324 (11, 21), 3408 (11), 3499 (7).

Cors. See Corse.

Corscombe. See Croscombe.

Corse (Crosselawnde, Cors), Glouc., chace of, 438 (2 m. 24):g. 1524 (47).

Corse, Peter. See Corsi.

Corsen by Porsmoguer (Croix Primoguet), in Brittany, 1825.

Corsham (Cosseham), Wilts, g. 94 (35).
-, -, customaries of, confirmation of charters, g. 784 (40).

Corsi (Corsy, Corse, Chorsi, Corso), Peter, merchant of Florence, 1463 vi., 2308, 2668, 2970, 3091:App. 17:p. 1509:g. 1003 (24), 1662 (53), 1836 (23).

Corsica, Isle of, 2022.

Corsiis, James de. See Cortesius.

Corsistis, J. de. See Cortesius.

Corsley (Corseley), Wilts, g. 885 (13), 3107 (35).

Corson. See Curson.

Corston (Coston), Soms., 438 (1 m. 23).

Corsy. See Corsi.

Cort, Blaise, French prisoner, p. 928.

Cortenhale. See Courteenhall.

Cortesius (Cortusius, De Corsistis, Corsiis), James, scriptor apostolicus, Apostolic prothonotary, 108, 539, 843 (?), 1230, 2911:pp. 1521, 15234.
-, -, -, letter to, 108.

Corteville. See Courteville.

Cortney. See Courteney.

Corton, Soms., g. 2964 (57).

Corton Denham (C. Dynham), Soms., 438 (3 m. 3).

Corton, Th., g. 289 (47).

Corunbury. See Cornbury.

Corunna (Groyngue, the Groyne), in Spain, 2694, 2743 (p. 1196).

Corvysers. See Shoemakers.

Corymalet. See Curry Malet.

Coryton, Ric., g. 2861 (37).

Coscombe. See Croscombe.

Cosenza (Cusentin), Francis de Borgia, abp. of, Cardinal, 625, 732, 964.
-, -, -, signature of, 625, 732.

Cosford hundred, Suff., g. 2861 (25).

Cosington, Kent, g. 3499 (19).

Cosseham. See Corsham.

Cossey. See Costessy.

Cossington (Cosington), Leic., g. 289 (13).

Cossington (Cosyngton), Soms., 438 (1 m. 12 bis).

Costa, Andreas de, 3141.

Coste, Harry, sheriff of Nottingham, 2325.

Costenza, Dom., letter from, 2307.

Costessy (Cossey), Norf., 438 (1 m. 19), 520, 1803 (1 m. 4):g. 546 (27), 632 (64).

Coston, Soms. See Corston.

Costopolegrino, Bart., 3567.

Costowe, Ntht., g. 1083 (41).

Cosyn. See Cousyn.

Cosyngton. See Cossington.

Coten. See Cotton.

Coterel, Peter, of Tournay, 3445.

Coterell (Cottrell), Th., 438 (1 m. 24), 438 (3 m. 25).
-, -, Wm., 20 (p. 17), 82 (p. 39).

Cotes. See Coates.

Cotes (Cottes), James, clk., a Scot, p. 1522.
-, - (Cottes), John, 1803 (1 m. 6), 2392:g. 604 (36), 3499 (12).
-, -, Th., a Carthusian friar, 492.

Cotford, Devon, g. 1083 (2).

Cotgrave (Codgrave), Notts, rector of, 438 (1 m. 6).

Cotham (Cathom), Notts, g. 1083 (46).

Cothele (Cuthell), Cornw., [in Calstock,] 438 (4 m. 16).

Cotheridge (Coderuge), Worc., 483 (4 m. 6).

Cotherstok, Ntht., College, confirmation for, g. 1266 (28).
-, -, -, provost. See Bernarde, R.

Cothryngton. See Codrington.

Cotington, Th., serjeant at arms, g. 1948 (15).

Coton or Cotun. See Cotton.

Coton, Clay. See Clay Coton.

Coton, Notts. See Cottam.

Cotrum or Cotini, Peter, p. 1522.

Cottam (Cottom, Coton), Notts, 438 (1 m. 22).

Cotteney. See Cottes.

Cottered (Codrede, Codreth), Herts, 438 (3 m. 19):g. 2964 (50).

Cottern. See Cotton.

Cottes. See Cotes.

Cottes (Cotteney), in Picardy, 2392.

Cottesmore, Rutl., 438 (2 m. 13).

Cottesmore, Sir John, 438 (2 m. 12).
-, -, Wm., g. 2055 (95 ii.).

Cottingham (Cotingham), Yorks, 182, 438 (1 m. 17), 438 (2 m. 16), 438 (3 m. 12, 21, 33), 438 (4 m. 18), 488, 1149:pp. 15278 (Uttmgahan):g. 94 (55, 678), 132 (115), 158 (6), 289 (5), 563 (10), 1804 (6, 17), 1948 (41).
-, -, rector of. See Forman, A.
-, -, rector presented, g. 3049 (38).
-, -, rectory of, 22767, 2612.

Cottingham Langton on le Olde, Yorks, g. 2964 (47).

Cottisford (Cottesford), Oxon, 438 (1 m. 6).

Cotton, Suff., g. 731 (14).
-, -, manors in, g. 651 (10), 1316 (26).

Cotton by Northampton, g 1948 (82).

Cotton (Coton), Ant., sewer of the Chamber, 20 (p. 13), 82 (p. 42), 707 (p. 383), 2480 (35), 2656 (6).
-, - (Coton), Cecily, p. 1532.
-, -, Clement, 438 (4 m. 1).
-, - (Coten), George, 438 (2 m. 32).
-, -, Joan, 438 (1 m. 5).
-, -, Sir John, 1453.
-, - (Coten), John, 438 (1 m. 19).
-, - (Coton), Kath. widow of Thomas, 438 (3 m. 16).
-, - (Coton, Cotun), Ric., 438 (2 m. 24).
-, - (Cottern, Coton), Sir Rob., 20 (p. 15), 438 (1 m. 5), 438 (4 m. 7), 1176 (1, 3, 4), 1661 (p. 752), 3348 (3):p. 1534:g. 132 (26), 651 (6), 2222 (16 Camb.).
-, -, -, his brother, 1176 (1, 4).
-, -, Sir Robert, founder of the Cottonian Library, his signature, 258.
-, -, Stephen, g. 2964 (17).
-, -, Th., 438 (1 m. 5):g. 969 (23), 1494 (9).
-, -, Wm., gentleman usher, King's spear, 1401, 1990, 2429, 2480 (31), 2885.

Cottrell. See Coterell.

Cotyngham. See Cottingham.

Coubith or Coubygh. See Cowbit.

Couche. See Cowche.

Coudale. See Cowdale.

Coudrey. See Cowdrey.

Coughton (Coghton, Congston), Warw., 438 (1 mm. 2, 16), 438 (4 m. 15):g. 414 (46), 632 (70), 1732 (49), 2861 (7).

Coulombiers. See Colombier.

Couloygne. See Cologne.

Coulpeper. See Culpeper.

Coulsdon (Cullesdon), Surr., g. 885 (5).
-, -, rector of, 1803 (2 m. 2).

Councer, Wm., p. 1542.

Council, General [of the Lateran], 417, 483, 636, 645, 674, 816, 829, 842, 858, 945, 965, 993, 1006, 1048, 1060, 1062, 1067, 1153, 1155, 1182, 1191, 1204, 1224, 13467, 1367, 1449, 1657, 1916, 1952, 202932, 2161, 2353, 2399, 2512, 2517, 2523 ii., 2601, 2611, 27445, 2770, 2890, 3083, 3157, 3362, 3407, 3496. See also Pisa.
-, -, -, indiction (to meet at the Lateran 19 April 1512), 816, 829.
-, -, -, English envoys to, 1006, 1048, 1050, 1060, 1067, 1182:g. 1083 (5), 1170 (1).
-, -, -, meeting in Germany proposed, 1140, 1212.

Council, the King's, 17, 20 (p. 14), 38, 82 (2), 131, 193 (p. 101), 383, 401, 421, 472, 476, 525, 559, (p. 327), 568, 596, 674, 734, 793 (p. 427), 855, 942, 998, 1032 (8), 1127, 1150, 1201, 1216, 1247, 1260, 1276, 1285, 1313, 1420, 1437, 1459, 1475, 1482, 1484, 1519, 1551, 1591 (2), 1642, 1693, 17234, 1801 (2), 1808, 1907, 1913, 1916, 1936, 19578, 1963, 196970, 1982, 1999 (3), 2010, 2026, 2062, 2065, 2067, 2082, 208990, 2098, 2120, 2135, 2143, 2151, 2163, 22089, 2220, 2226, 2230, 2304 (5), 2305 iii. quater, 2326, 2339, 2349, 2362, 2364, 2369, 2387, 2391 (pp. 1058, 10601), 2475, 2478, 2479 xviii., 2520, 2538, 2546, 2576, 2587, 2612, 2643, 2650, 2654, 2656 (2), 2740, 2781 ii., iii., 2825, 2849, 2869, 2883, 2888, 2900, 2926, 2962, 2974, 2992, 3018, 3091 (p. 1323), 3135, 3139, 3148 ix., 3210, 3216, 3235, 3268, 3272, 3294, 3361, 3399, 3444, 3447, 3483, 3524:pp. 1515, 151719:g. 11 (1), 132 (43, 91), 218 (33), 448 (4), 731 (34, 44), 749 (23), 804 (49), 833 (58), 857 (22), 1003 (15), 1123 (45), 1266 (6, 32), 1316 (8, 41), 1524 (38), 1662 (53), 1732 (46), 2535 (28), 2617 (5, 18), 2772 (21), 2861 (33), 3499 (40).
-, -, -, letters from, 596, 2260, 2888:p. 1520.
-, -, -, letters to, 131, 1551, 1634, 1864, 1942, 1958, 1978, 2096, 2574, 2718, 2913, 2946, 2987, 3001, 3170, 3245, 3340, 3481.
-, -, -, clerk of, 438 (3 m. 24):g. 1462 (26). See Rydon, R. (died in 1509); Belus, W.; Meautis, J.; Eden, R.
-, -, -, dinner bill, 1247.
-, -, -, orders in, 602, 716.
-, -, -, parties in, 3210.

Counholt. See Conholt.

Counitre. See Covintre.

County Palatine, the. See Cheshire.

Coupar (Cuper), William abbot of, 2461.

Couper. See Cowper.

Coupull. See Cople.

Coupuldike. See Copuldyke.

Courcelles (Cursoll), Monsieur de, 3348.

Courrauden, Jeanne de, letter from, 2719.

Course, Peter. See Corsi.

Coursers ("corsers") or horse coursers, 438 (3 mm. 12, 22, 31), 438 (4 mm. 2, 25), 1803 (2 m. 2 bis):g. 1804 (2).

Court, the, 290, 880, 917, 922, 1885, 2929 (2), 3063, 3154, 3295, 3298.

Courte (Curt, Cowerte), Robert and Joan, 438 (2 m. 14).

Courteenhall (Cortenhale), Ntht., g. 2617 (19).

Courteman, Henry, a heretic, g. 651 (15).
-, -, Matilda, Th., Wm., Agnes and Joan, g. 651 (15).

Courteney, Edw., earl of Devon, q.v.
-, -, George, 1798.
-, -, Henry, brother of Thomas, earl of Devon ( 1461), g. 969 (70), 1083 (2).
-, -, Henry or Lord Henry, 641, 726, 805, 877n. bis, 986, 1199; for later references See Devon, earl of.
-, -, Lady Katharine, countess of Devon, daughter of Edward IV., and wife of Sir William Courteney, 808, 1176 (3), 1471, 1661 (4), 1912:p. 1518:g. 158 (20), 749 (23), 784 (16), 1083 (2).
-, -, -, signature of, p. 1518.
-, -, -, grant of lands to, g. 1083 (2).
-, -, Margaret, 438 (4 m. 6):g. 2964 (80).
-, -, -, to marry Henry Somerset, p. 1530.
-, - (Courtenay), Sir Philip, 438 (1 m. 13).
-, -, -, Alice his wife, 438 (1 m. 13).
-, -, Philip, gentleman usher, 2480 (7):g. 833 (58 iv.), 1123 (10).
-, -, Ric., ship captain, 2304 (3, 4), 2305 ii., 2686, 2738, 2842 ii., 2938:p. 1518.
-, -, William or Sir William, 170, 438 (4 mm. 4, 6), 671 ("Bon Vouloir"), 698:p. 1535:App. 9:g. 11 (10), 158 (20), 749 (23), 784 (14, 16), 833 (58 iv.), 1083 (2).
-, -, -, called earl of Devon, g. 1083 (2).
-, -, -, creation as earl of Devon, g. 784 (16).
-, -, -, reversal of attainder, g. 784 (14).
-, -, Wm., ship captain, g. 2055 (25), 2304 (3, 5 bis).
-, -, -, signature, g. 2055 (25).
-, -, Wm., 438 (4 m. 6), 877n.:p. 1535:g. 1170 (5), 1415 (12), 2137 (1, 27), 2861 (38), 2964 (3), 3049 (20), 3324 (42).
-, - (Courtney, Cortney, Corteney), Young, ship captain, 1413, 1661 (1, 3, 4), 1869 iii.

Courteville (Corteville), Jean de, 2408.

Courthope (Courthorpe), Henry, 438 (3 m. 9).
-, - (Courthoppe), John, 438 (3 m. 9).

Courtray, in France, 1647 (p. 743).

Cousin (Cosyn), Mr., King's chaplain, 20 (p. 14).
-, -, Lewis, g. 804 (9), 1003 (19).
-, - (Cousyn), Rob., g. 2964 (21).
-, - (Cosyn), Th., S.T.P., master of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 438 (3 m. 34).
-, - (Cosyn), Wm., clk., pp. 1531, 1543.
-, - (Cosyn), Wm., dean of Wells, 438 (4 m. 21), 3305:g. 2484 (26).

Couvelentz. See Coblentz.

Covelehall. See Cowley Hall.

Covelence. See Coblentz.

Coveney, Camb., 438 (1 m. 21).

Coventry, Warw., 205 (p. 106), 438 (1 mm. 2, 15, 20, 24), 438 (2 mm. 10, 11 bis, 25, 31), 438 (3 mm. 5, 10, 12, 18 bis, 28), 438 (4 m. 27 bis), 1176 (3), 1409 (2), 1661 (p. 752), 1803 (1 m. 6, 2 mm. 2, 6):g. 833 (11), 1266 (4), 1732 (48), 2222 (16), 2684 (56).
-, -, grants dated at, g. 857 (22), 885 (7).
-, -, confirmation of charters, g. 3499 (64).
-, -, mayor, &c., 438 (1 mm. 1, 19).
-, -, Babelake, 1803 (1 m. 3).
-, -, cathedral priory, 438 (3 m. 13):g. 1804 (50).
-, -, -, prior. See Pollesworth.
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 2617 (48).
-, -, Charterhouse, confirmation for, g. 381 (67).
-, -, guild of Holy Trinity, &c., 438 (1 m. 1).
-, -, hospital to be founded by Henry VII., 1 (p. 2).
-, -, ulnage of, g. 1462 (5).

Coventry, Hugh de Pateshall bp. of (123441), charter of, g. 381 (71).

Coventry and Lichfield, bp. of (of Chester), 438 (3 m. 3):g. 857 (18). See Blythe, G.

Coventry (Coventre), Alice, d. of Robert, 438 (1 m. 13).
-, - (Coventre, Covyntre), John, abbot of Abingdon ( 16 Jan. 1512), g. 1044 (22), 1123 (16, 45).

Coverdale, Yorks, g. 1462 (29).

Coverdale forest, Yorks, g. 1602 (20).

Coverdale, Th., clk., g. 651 (11).

Coverham, Yorks, abbey, 438 (3 m. 22).
-, -, -, John abbot of, 438 (3 m. 22).

Coverlet weaver, 438 (2 m. 7).

Coverley, Glouc., 438 (1 m. 6), 438 (2 m. 10).

Covers, Giles, alias Newton, q.v.

Covert, Eliz., wife of Richard, 438 (2 m. 28).
-, -, John, g. 969 (38).
-, -, Ric., 438 (2 m. 28):p. 1545:g. 1083 (39).

Covintre (Counitre, Covingtre), Patrick, dean of Restalrig, p. 1530:g. 2862 (8).

Covyntre. See Coventry.

Coward (Cowart, Cowerte, Cowert), Nic., of Southampton, 438 (1 m. 9), 577, 874 (2), 2304 (2), 2314, 2738, 2842 iii., 3313 (6):pp. 15045:g. 833 (59).

Cowarn (Cowerne). Heref., 438 (3 m. 23).

Cowbit (Coubith, Coubygh, Coubit), Linc., 438 (3 m. 22).

Cowbridge (Cowbrige), co. Glamorgan, g. 54 (87), 158 (55), 519 (51).

Cowche (Couche), Rob., p. 1549.

Cowdale (Coudale), Derb., 438 (3 m. 12).

Cowdrey (Coudrey), Morgan, s. and h. of Wm., 1803 (1 m. 6):2055 (58, 111).
-, - (Cowdray), Peter, g. 833 (58 ii.).

Cowe (Kow), the, in the Solent, 1133, 1845, 1883.

Coweley, Rob., g. 2055 (99).

Cowen, co. Merioneth. See Towyn.

Cowerte. See Courte; also Coward.

Cowesby (Coosby, Cowyssby), Ric., 438 (3 m. 34).

Coweton Grange. See Colton.

Cowick (Cowyk), Devon [in Exeter], g. 357 (10).

Cowick (Cowyk), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 22).

Cowke. See Coke.

Cowley, Worc. [in Malvern], 438 (3 m. 26).

Cowley, Robert, of Ireland, g. 2535 (4).
-, -, Thomas, canon of St. Stephens, g. 1123 (34).
-, -, Thomas, master of Chancery, g. 1123 (21).

Cowley Hall (Covelehall), Midd., g. 485 (5), 833 (43).

Cowling (Collyng), Yorks, 438 (3 m. 8).

Cowlinge (Colynge), Suff., 438 (1 m. 5).

Cowlone or Cowelane, Chesh., 1803 (2 m. 3).

Cowlyn, Henry, 1803 (2 m. 4).

Cowpanhevyn. See Copenhagen.

Cowper, Adrian, cooper, pp. 1512, 1515.
-, - (Coper), Chr., g. 3499 (3).
-, - (Couper, Cooper, Coper), Giles, 438 (2 m. 21).
-, -, Hans, cooper, p. 1512.
-, -, Henry, 438 (3 m. 24).
-, - (Couper), Jas., 438 (3 m. 25).
-, - (Couper), John, 707 (p. 383):g. 190 (11), 1044 (7).
-, - (Couper, Cooper), Ric., 438 (1 m. 22).
-, -, Ric., clk., 1803 (2 m. 5).
-, - (Cooper, Coper, &c.), Ric., alias Kokko, 1803 (2 m. 2).
-, - (Coweper, Couper), Rob., 438 (2 m. 32):g. 1266 (4).
-, -, Robert, clk., doctor of music, g. 3499 (4).
-, - (Couper), Th., 2357:p. 1548.
-, - (Coupar, Coweper), Wm., 438 (4 m. 13).

Cowton, South, Yorks, 438 (2 m. 13).

Cox or Cokkes (Kokkes), Henry, abbot of St. James beside Northampton, signature of, 201.
-, -, John, 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 40), 2480 (56):g. 381 (88).
-, - (Cokkis), John, parson of Gerrans, 438 (4 m. 9).
-, - (Cokkis), Ric., p. 1549:g. 1462 (19).
-, - (Cokkys), Stephen, 438 (2 m. 28).
-, - (Cokkys), Th., 438 (3 m. 14).
-, -, Wm., canon of Windsor, g. 1462 (33).

Coxden or Coaxdon (Cokesdon), Dors. [in Chardstock], 438 (2 m. 8).

Coxwold (Crokwald, Crukwald, Cukwald), Yorks, 438 (4 m. 1).

Coyde. See Coed.

Coydesoyth. See Coedyswydd.

Coyff, Rob., g. 2772 (23).

Coyle, Th., 438 (1 m. 13).

Cr ..., Walter, of Scarborough, 1262 (p. 578).

Cra, John, surnamed Franculus, in the French service, 1071 (p. 517).

Cracall. See Crakehall.

Cracheroode, John, g. 190 (23), 2055 (64).

Crackenthorpe (Trakenthorp), Westmld., 438 (4 m. 8).

Crackenthorpe or Crakenthorpe (Crakynthorp), Ambrose, 438 (4 m. 7):pp. 1535, 1546:g. 804 (29), 833 (45), 1365 (3).
-, -, Edward, clk., 438 (4 m. 7).
-, - (Crakanthort), George, rector of Newbiggyn, p. 1529.
-, -, John, p. 1534:g. 969 (23), 1494 (9).

Cradenhill. See Credenhill.

Cradock (Cradok), Francis, 2392 (p. 1063).
-, - (Cradok), Matthew, ship captain, 1231, 1661 (3), 1727, 1869 iii., 2304 (3, 4), 3313 (6):g. 1836 (18), 3049 (20).

Craford or Crafford. See Crayford.

Crafthole (Crostehole) borough [in Sheviock], Cornw., g. 1083 (2).

Cragges, John, 2652.

Crainebroke. See Cranbrook.

Craikecross, in Scotland, p. 1260

Craissier, Willequin, 2875.

Craistok or Crastok, Wm., 438 (3 m. 10).

Crake, Rob., g. 1494 (55).

Crakehall (Cracall), Yorks, g. 447 (6).

Crakemarsh (Crakemersshe), Staff., 438 (4 m. 11).

Crakenthorpe. See Crackenthorpe.

Cralian, John, prior of Launceston, 438 (3 m. 13).

Cramborne or Crambourne. See Cranborne.

Crambroke. See Cranbrook.

Cramer, Henry, 20 (p. 14).

Cramlington, Nthld., 438 (3 m. 31).

Cranato, Jean de, French prisoner, p. 928.

Cranborne (Cranebourne, Crambourne, Cramborne), Dors., 438 (4 mm. 6, 11):g. 94 (35 p. 50), 381 (75), 709 (14), 1948 (31).

Cranborne (Crambourne), Hants, 1803 (1 m. 3).

Cranborne Alderholt, Dors., g. 94 (35 p. 50).

Cranborne Hotwell (C. Howell), Dors., g. 94 (35 p. 50).

Cranborne Wilkesworth, Dors., g. 94 (35 p. 50).

Cranbrook (Cranebroke, Crainebroke, Crambroke), Kent, 438 (1 m. 18), 438 (3 mm. 11, 23, 26), 752, 1803 (1 m. 5):g. 784 (19), 2964 (4).

Crane, Anne or Lady, widow of Robert Crane and Sir Amfrid Arundell, 438 (1 m. 18), 438 (4 m. 10).
-, -, Wm., gentleman of the Chapel, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 41), 210, 707, 994, 1710:pp. 15078:g. 94 (24), 632 (69), 857 (14), 1462 (7), 2684 (91), 3226 (14).
-, -, -, his account, 1710.

Craneford, Th., 438 (2 m. 15).

Cranesley or Cransley (Cranesby, Craunesley), Ntht., 438 (2 m. 23), 438 (3 m. 8).

Crankes, John, g. 749 (28).

Cranley, Surr., 559.

Cransley. See Cranesley.

Cranwell (Crendenwell, Crendwell), Bucks, 1397.

Cranworth, Norf., 438 (1 m. 25).

Craswell. See Creswell.

Crasslowe or Creslowe, 20 (p. 16), 82 (p. 40).

Crasswell. See Creswell.

Crastok. See Craistok.

Cratfield, Suff., 438 (3 m. 30):g. 190 (4).

Crathorn. See Craythorn.

Crattorn. See Craythorn.

Craufurde. See Crawford.

Crauthorn. See Craythorn.

Cravell, David, g. 1732 (9).
-, -, Hoell, g. 1732 (9).

Craven, Yorks, 157, 438 (1 mm. 3, 17):g. 1732 (49).

Crawford (Crayfort), John Lindsay earl of, slain at Flodden, 83, 2246 (4), 2313.
-, -, Alex. Lindsay earl of (1513), 2461, 2793, 2973.

Crawford (Craufurde), Elizabeth, 655.

Crawley, Nthld., g. 2222 (10).

Crawley, Suss., 438 (4 m. 27).

Crawley, North (Crowley), Bucks, Hellowis manor, g. 969 (11).

Crawthorn. See Craythorn.

Cray, John (temp. Ric. II.), g. 1083 (26).

Cray, St. Mary. See St. Mary Cray.

Craybroke, James, g. 257 (34). See Errata.

Crayford (Craford), Kent, 438 (1 m. 22).
-, -, rector of, 438 (4 m. 27).
-, -, rector presented, g. 2861 (8).

Crayford (Craford, Crafford), Alice, widow of Thomas, 438 (3 m. 3).
-, - (Crowford, Craford), Lionel, serjeant at arms, 20 (p. 12), 82 (p. 42), 707:g. 969 (26, 46).

Crayfort, Lord. See Crawford.

Craymer, Henry, gunner, g. 132 (74).

Craythorn (Crauthorn, Crattorn, Crawthorn, Crathorn), Rob., 438 (1 m. 16).

Creagh, Andrew, dean of Limerick, pp. 1522, 1530.

Creake (Creyke), Norf., 438 (1 m. 6).

Creake (Creke), North, Norf., g. 1083 (15).

Crechtoun. See Crichton.

Crecy. See Cressy.

Credenhill (Cradenhill), Heref., g. 833 (39).

Crediton (Cerdington, Kirton, Credihanton, Credyheampton), Devon, 438 (1 m. 11), 438 (2 m. 9), 438 (3 m. 18):g. 969 (60), 2137 (2).
-, -, college, 2395.

Credyheampton. See Crediton.

Credun, Alan de, charter of, g. 381 (79).

Creech (Criche), Dors., g. 94 (35).

Creek, Wm., 775.

Creeme. See Crema.

Creeting (Cretyng, Crething), or C. St. Olave's, Suff., 520:g. 546 (27), 632 (64).

Creghton. See Crichton.

Creichtoun. See Crichton.

Creiff, in Scotland, canonry of (in Dunkeld), 1030.

Creighton. See Crichton.

Creke. See Crick.

Crekevile, Petit Jean de, French prisoner, p. 928.

Crekewell or Crekeffield, by Terouenne, 2380.

Crekilwod, John, p. 1512.

Crekys, Wm., 438 (2 m. 9).

Crema (Creme, Creeme), in Italy, 1277 (p. 58), 1301 (pp. 595, 598), 1309, 1417, 1469, 1489 (p. 679), 1568, 1647, 2352, 2645, 2755, 2869, 3014 ii., 3126, 3160, 3264, 3270, 3341, 3525.

Creme, Henry, 1004.

Cremer, Henry, gunner, 311.
-, - (Cremor, Cremoure), Th., 438 (4 m. 8):g. 857 (14).

Cremona, in Italy, 9, 1277, 1301 (pp. 5957), 1637, 1647, 1697, 1747, 1866 (p. 851), 1917, 2022, 2056, 2074, 2107, 2154, 2309, 2448, 2452, 3014 ii., 3043.

Cremoure. See Cremer.

Crempe, Th., 438 (3 m. 11).

Crendell, John, 1803 (2 m. 4).

Crendenwell. See Cranwell.

Crequy, Charles de, dean of Tournay, 2294.
-, -, Young M. de, 2141.
-, -, -, his father, 2141. See Pontderemy, Sieur de.

Creshall, Ric., prior of St. Mary Spittle, 438 (2 m. 15).

Creslowe. See Crasslowe.

Cresmere. See Grasmere.

Cressener, Th., 438 (2 m. 12).

Cressent, Wm., g. 1365 (22).

Cresset, Joan, 438 (1 m. 21).
-, -, Ric., 2392.
-, -, Th., 1176 (1, 4).

Cresshawe. See Kershaw.

Cressingham Magna, Norf., 438 (2 mm. 9, 31).

Cressingham Parva, Norf., g. 1836 (4), 2861 (16), 2964 (63).

Cressoner, Sir John, App. 26.

Creswell (Creswell), Nthld., g. 485 (26), 2863 (5).

Cresswell, George, &c. See Creswell.

Cressy, in France, 2208.

Cressy, Rob., g. 2137 (6).
-, - (Crecy), Th., 438 (1 m. 17).

Creswell (Craswell), Edward, 438 (4 m. 2):g. 2055 (25, 30).
-, -, George, g. 357 (21).
-, - (Crasswell, Treswell), John, yeoman harbinger, 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40).
-, -, Rob., 438 (4 m. 3), 1493 iii.
-, - (Cressewell), Wm., 438 (2 m. 34).
-, -, Wm., fishmonger, g. 190 (35).
-, -, -, pardon of, g. 1013 (14).
-, - (Creswall), Wm., harbinger, 1734, 1795, 2058.

Cresweller, John, g. 381 (26).

Cretingham (Gretyngham), Suff., 438 (4 m. 1):g. 289 (13).

Cretoffte. See Critott.

Creton, Ntht., g. 2617 (19).

Creton, Mr., king's chaplain, 20 (p. 15).

Creuch, in Italy, 1301 (p. 598). Crema?

Creverrek. See Trevarrick.

Crevoryon or Krevoryon, co. Carnarvon, 438 (4 m. 18).

Crewkerne (Crukerne, Crokehorn), Soms., 438 (3 m. 2):g. 1083 (2).
-, -, rector presented, g. 190 (8).

Crewkerne (Crukern, Crokhorne, &c.), John, 438 (4 m. 23).

Creyke. See Creake.

Creys, Essex, 438 (4 m. 19).

Criccieth (Crikketh), co. Caern., 438 (1 m. 19).

Criche. See Creech.

Crichton (Crechtoun), in Scotland, provost of. See Halkerston, T.

Crichton, George, abbot of Holyrood, 1084, 1294, 2461, 3119.
-, - (Creghton), Lord, 2973.
-, - (Crechtoun), Sir Patrick, of Cranston, 2461.

Crick (Creke), Ntht., rector of, 438 (4 m. 17).

Cricket St. Thomas (Cryket Thomas), Soms., 1803 (1 m. 1).

Cricklade (Crikelade), Wilts, g. 94 (35).
-, -, confirmation of charters, g. 563 (22).

Cricksea (Crixhithe), Essex, 438 (2 m. 26).

Crikelade. See Cricklade.

Crikketh. See Criccieth.

Cringleford, Norf., 438 (2 m. 31).

Cripps (Crips), John, g. 2484 (9).
-, - (Crippis, Crypse, Crispe), Th., 438 (21).

Crisacre (Grisaker, Grissacre), Edw., s. of John, 1803 (1 m. 4).

Crismas. See Christmas.

Crispe, John, g. 2222 (16 Kent).
-, -, -, his account, 2438.
-, - See also Cripps.

Crispyn, Ric., g. 1083 (46).

Cristechurch. See Christchurch.

Cristed. See Kirkstead.

Cristell, Wm., a Scot, 1017.

Cristis Churche. See Christchurch.

Cristmas. See Christmas.

Cristofer. See Christopher.

Critott (Krytot, Critoft, Cretoffte, Cratot), Rob., 438 (4 m. 23).

Crivelli, Ugeloti, 1277 (p. 586).

Crixhithe. See Cricksea.

Crixston. See Christon.

Croatia, 1534.

Croche, John, p. 1518.

Crochett, John, king's armourer, 20 (p. 15), 82:p. 1499.

Crocker (Crokker, Croker), John, 309, 438 (1 m. 18), 438 (2 m. 12), 438 (3 m. 22), 1661 (p. 752), 1176 (3):p. 1536:g. 257 (49), 833 (58 iv.), 2222 (16 Devon), 3499 (73).

Croft, Heref., 438 (4 m. 12).

Croft, Yorks, 438 (3 m. 15, 16).

Croft House, Heref., g. 132 (52).

Croft or Crofte, Edward or Sir Edward, esquire for the Body, knighted at Lille, 20 (p. 16), 438 (4 m. 12), 1493 ii., 2392 (p. 1063):App. 26:p. 1538:g. 132 (52), 257 (49), 2484 (9).
-, -, John, esquire for the Body, 20 (p. 16).
-, -, Sir Richard, Henry VII.'s treasurer of Household, 438 (4 mm. 12, 16):g. 132 (52).

Crofton, Wm. See Croughton.

Croglin (Crogling), Cumb., 438 (3 m. 30):g. 833 (53).

Croix Primoguet. See Corsen.

Croke, George, 438 (3 m. 6).
-, -, John, butcher, 438 (3 m. 6).
-, - (Crokk), John, ship master, 2842 iii., 2938 iii.
-, -, Margaret, d. and h. of John, 438 (2 m. 30).
-, -, Richard, 863, 882, 920, 1082.

Crokeburnell. See Crook.

Crokeham. See Crookham.

Crokehorn. See Crewkerne.

Croker. See Crocker.

Crokhorne. See Crewkerne.

Crokisden. See Croxden.

Crokker. See Crocker.

Crokwald. See Coxwold.

Crome, Earls- (Erls Crombe), Worc., rector presented, g. 158 (73).

Cromer (Crowemer), George, 1176 (3).
-, - (Crovomer, Crowmer), George, rector of Guildford, master of Cobham College, pp. 1525, 1530:g. 1221 (47).
-, -, Henry, gunner, g. 357 (25).
-, - (Trowmer), Sir James, 438 (2 m. 22).
-, -, John, gentleman usher, 20 (p. 14).
-, - (Crowmer), Nic., g. 3582 (31).
-, - (Crowmer, Trowmer), Wm. or Sir Wm., 20 (pp. 14, 16), 81, 438 (2 m. 22), 877n.:p. 1539:g. 257 (49, 68).
-, - (Crowmer, Cromar, Kromer), Wm., vicar of Preston Candover, 438 (4 m. 10).

Crompe, Edw., p. 1518.
-, -, John, g. 3499 (70).
-, -, Wm., mayor of Canterbury, g. 587 (5).

Crompton, Sampson, 2315:g. 784 (1), 1948 (9).

Cromwell (Crumwell), Matilda wife of Ralph, g. 1316 (1).
-, -, Ralph lord ( 1455), treasurer of Exchequer, g. 2772 (4).
-, - (Crumwell), Robert, vicar of Battersea, g. 1602 (22).
-, -, Thomas, handwriting of, 1473, 3195.

Crondon. See Crozon.

Crook Burnell (Crokeburnell), Devon [in Down St. Mary], 438 (4 m. 13).

Crookdale (Cruykdale), Cumb., g. 132 (50).

Crookham (Crokeham), Berks, g. 1732 (24).

Croos. See Grosse.

Cropredy (Cropern), Oxon, prebend in Lincoln cathedral, 438 (1 m. 11).
-, -, vicar of, 438 (3 m. 29).

Cropton in Pickering Lythe, Yorks, g. 3226 (19).

Cropwell, Notts, 438 (4 m. 29).

Croscombe (Corscombe, Coscombe, Goscombe), Soms., 438 (1 m. 3), 438 (4 mm. 14, 18).
-, -, confirmation of charters, 608.
-, -, Guild of, confirmation of charters, g. 632 (23).
-, -, rector of, p. 1521.

Crosholm, Linc. [in Bishop's Norton], 575.

Crosland (Croslond), Yorks 438 (2 m. 30).

Crossbow-bearer, John, 20 (p. 15).

Crossbowmaker, Piers, 82 (p. 42).

Crosse, John, of Liverpool, 438 (2 m. 25).
-, -, John, rector of Turvey, &c., 438 (2 m. 25).
-, -, John. See also Grosse.
-, -, Margaret, 438 (2 m. 7).
-, - (Crose), Ric., 1803 (1 m. 6).
-, -, Th., g. 1836 (19).

Crosselawnde. See Corse.

Crossewell, John, g. 1602 (3).

Crostath. See Croxteth.

Crostehole. See Crafthole.

Crosthwaite, Westmld., 438 (2 m. 31):g. 1732 (1).

Crostwight (Crostwheyght, Crostethwayte, Crostweyth), Norf., 438 (1 m. 15), 438 (2 mm. 289).

Crotoy, in France, 1925.

Croughton (Croxston, Crofton), Wm., King's hosier, groom of the Chamber, 20 (p. 16), 82 (p. 42), 640, 877n., 1015, 3554.

Crovomer. See Cromer.

Crowemer. See Cromer.

Crowford. See Crawford; also Crayford.

Crowhurst (Crowherst, Croweherst), Surr., 438 (1 m. 23), 438 (3 m. 27), 1803 (1 m. 3):p. 1545.

Crowhurst (Crowherst), Suss., 438 (2 m. 10), 438 (3 m. 9).

Crowker, Thomas, master of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, 438 (3 m. 31).

Crowland (Croyland), Linc., 438 (4 mm. 3, 16).
-, -, abbey, 438 (3 m. 10), 1406 (4).
-, -, -, election of abbot, g. 1365 (13), 1415 (14, 16), 1462 (1).
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 381 (79).
-, -, -, abbot of. See Bardney, R.; Wells, J.
-, -, -, Simon prior of, g. 1365 (13).

Crowle (Crull, Cruyll, Corle), Th., 438 (3 m. 23).

Crowley, Bucks. See Crawley.

Crowmarsh (Crowemerssh), Oxon, g. 485 (44)

Crowmer. See Cromer.

Crowton (Crouton), John, 1803 (1 m. 4).

Croxall (Croxsall, Croxhall), Derb., 438 (1 m. 14).

Croxden (Crokisden), Staff., abbey, 438 (1 m. 10).
-, -, -, Stephen abbot of, 438 (1 m. 10).

Croxteth (Crostath), Lanc., 438 (2 m. 9).

Croxton (Croxston), Leic., abbey of, 438 (2 m. 21), 438 (3 mm. 8, 301).
-, -, -, abbot. See Attercliff, E.
-, -, -, confirmation for, g. 485 (23).

Croxton, Rob., ship captain (?), 1942.
-, -, Vincent, 3529.
-, -, Wm. See Croughton.

Croy, Anthoine de, brother of the Prince of Chimay, 2657.
-, -, Charles de, Prince of Chimay, q.v.
-, -, Ferry de, Sieur de Roeulx, q.v.
-, -, Wm. de, lord of Chievres, q.v.

Croydon, in Britanny. See Crozon.

Croydon, Surr., 438 (1 m. 20), 438 (3 m. 22), 438 (4 m. 21), 1803 (1 m. 2), 3268:g. 885 (5), 1494 (36).
-, -, letters dated at, 20910, 3257.
-, -, grants dated at, 438 (3 m. 10):g. 54 (57, 64, 678, 73, 75, 79, 80, 837, 903), 94 (10, 13, 14, 16, 26), 218 (2, 5, 7, 50, 52, 645), 257 (8, 14, 17, 35), 357 (43), 447 (4, 135), 519 (2), 1170 (168), 1365 (3, 4), 1836 (2), 2617 (7, 8), 2861 (102, 1420, 227, 29, 31, 35), 2863 (37, 9, 10), 3324 (29).

Croyland. See Crowland.

Crozon (Croydon, Crondon), in Britanny, 1771, 1786, 1808, 1851.

Crudwell, Wilts, rector of, 438 (1 m. 7).
-, -, rector presented, g. 682 (44).

Crues. See Cruse.

Crugge, Wm., 438 (1 m. 5).

Crukerne. See Crewkerne.

Crull. See Crowle.

Crumwell. See Cromwell.

Crumpe, Wm., g. 2422 (5).

Crusade, Suggested ("war with the Infidels"), 598, 645, 649, 6901, 702, 708, 7245, 748, 758, 777, 783, 816, 831, 1076, 1100, 1106, 12145, 1224, 1271, 1499, 1539, 1659, 1677 (p. 770), 17189, 1737 (p. 795), 1751, 1769, 1787, 1917, 1922, 2036, 2069, 2242 (2), 2288, 2292, 2310, 2373, 2448, 24745, 2744, 2762 (2), 2770, 2823, 2860, 2928, 3160, 3254, 3255 (2), 3407, 3591.

Cruse (Cruys, Crues), Wm., 438 (3 m. 7).

Crutched (Crowched) Friars, 20 (p. 21).

Cruthyn, co. Caern., 438 (1 m. 19).

Cruwys (Cruys) Morchard, Devon, 438 (3 m. 7).

Cruykdale. See Crookdale.

Cruys. See Cruse and Cruwys.

Crychton. See Crichton.

Cryk in Chepstow, lordship, 438 (3 m. 16).

Cubberley (Coberley, Coburley), Glouc., 438 (3 m. 16), 1803 (2 m. 2):g. 1365 (17).

Cudbart. See Cuthbert.

Cudde, Ric., 20 (p. 18), 82 (p. 40).

Cudlyngton. See Kidlington.

Cuer, Janina de. See Quero.

Cuerden (Caredon, Kyrdon), Lanc. [in Leyland], 438 (2 m. 13).

Cughan. See Coghan.

Cuignart, Jean, 3349 (p. 1411).

Cukwald. See Coxwold.

Culgaith (Culgaeth), Cumb., 438 (2 m. 19).

Culham (Culnham), Oxon, 438 (4 m. 13).

Cullam or Cullum. See Columb.

Culland (Coland), Derb., g. 3499 (23).

Cullesdon. See Coulsdon.

Culman. See Colman.

Culme, Hugh. See Columb.

Culmelegh. See Chumleigh.

Culmington, Salop, 438 (1 m. 22).

Culpeper (Colepepyr, Coulpeper, Collepepur, Colpeper), Alex., 309, 438 (3 m. 15), 1803 (2 m. 2):p. 1539:g. 257 (68), 1316 (22), 2222 (16 Kent), 3499 (12), 3582 (11).
-, -, Constance wife of Alex., g. 1316 (22).
-, - (Colepeper), Edward, 438 (3 m. 33):p. 1539.
-, -, Isabel, 438 (3 m. 32).
-, -, Ric., 438 (3 m. 32).
-, -, Thomas (?), p. 1514.
-, - (Colepepyr), Walter, 438 (3 m. 15):g. 132 (94).
-, - (Colepeper, Coolepeper, Colepepyr), Walter, under-marshal of Calais, bailiff of the Scunage at Calais (3 Nov. 1511), 193 (p. 101), 589, 791, 981, 1424, 1744, 1921, 2834, 3222:g. 11 (12), 257 (13, 51), 449 (19), 751 (2), 924 (34), 969 (35).

Culquhone. See Colquhoun.

Culross, in Scotland, abbey, 1536, 1538.
-, -, -, Andrew [Masoun], abbot of, 1536, 1538.

Culverdon, Wm., 631.

Culwen, Lord. See Colvile.

Culwenne, Gilbert de, charter of, g. 485 (25).

Culworth (Pulworth), Ntht., 438 (2 m. 16).

Cumba, Wilts. See Coombe Bissett.

Cumbe, John, 3306 (2).

Cumberegge, John, rector of Colsterworth, p. 1528.

Cumberland, 205 (p. 106), 438 (4 m. 20), 2460:g. 218 (55), 289 (25), 381 (15), 632 (26), 804 (29), 833 (11, 45, 53), 1123 (15), 1365 (3, 24), 1494 (9, 55), 1524 (37), 1804 (17), 2222 (12), 2484 (9, 17), 3408 (18, 37), 3499 (12, 68), 3582 (15).
-, -, commission of the peace, p. 1535.

Cumberton. See Comberton.

Cumberworth (Comberworth), Linc., 438 (2 m. 6), 438 (3 m. 14):g. 158 (63).
-, -, rector presented, g. 1494 (52).

Cumburford, Edw., 2392 (p. 1063).

Cumnor or Comnor, Th., prior of Abingdon, g. 1044 (22).

Cumpton. See Compton.

Cumwyth. See Comwyth.

Cumyng, Sir Wm. See Lyon, king of arms.

Cundour. See Condover.

Cundy, Wm., son of John (temp. Edw. III.), his heirs, g. 1462 (27).

Cunningham (Cunynghame), Andrew, to be precentor of Glasgow, 1535.

Cunwyn, Th., 438 (4 m. 24).

Cuny, Leonard, 438 (3 m. 2).
-, -, Robert, 438 (3 m. 3).

Cunye, Walter, g. 94 (19), 749 (10).

Cupar (Cupionyis), in Scotland, vicar of, p. 1525.
-, -, abbey of, 300.

Cuper, Robert alias Colchester, q.v.
-, -, Wm. See Coupar.

Cura. See Coire.

Cure. See Kyre.

Cures, Essex, 438 (2 m. 12).

Curgtington. See Kirtlington.

Curleus, Nicholas, rector of St. Nicasius, Calais, g. 804 (37).

Curll, Th., g. 1804 (47).

Currand. See Corand.

Currant. See Carant.

Currier, 438 (2 m. 25):g. 1415 (25).

Curry Malet (Corymalet), Soms., 438 (4 m. 17):g. 158 (29), 2684 (18).

Curry, North-, Soms., 438 (1 m. 11).

Cursoll. See Courcelles.

Curson (Corson), John, 438 (1 m. 14), 2392 (p. 1063):g. 969 (23).
-, - (Curzon), Sir Robert, Baron Curson, captain of Hammes, 20 (p. 14), 438 (1 m. 10), 1874 1945, 2053 (6 ii., 7), 2135, 2388, 2392 (p. 1063), 2414, 2542, 3251:p. 1516:g. 257 (27), 546 (36), 804 (49), 2055 (16), 2772 (47, 55).
-, -, -, letters from, 1874, 1945.
-, -, -, signature of, p. 1516:g. 2055 (16), 2772 (47, 55), 3107 (8, 36).
-, -, Roger, 82 (p. 42).
-, -, Th., 3529.

Curt. See Courte.

Curteys, Henry, g. 546 (75).
-, -, Jas., 20 (p. 15).
-, -, John, mercer, g. 731 (5, 32), 1083 (17), 1662 (3).
-, -, Peter, 438 (3 m. 14).
-, - (Curtes), Ric., 438 (1 m. 24):g. 546 (75).

Curtlyngton. See Kirtlington.

Curturis. See Cuttures.

Curwen, Edmund, g. 1524 (37).
-, -, Gilbert, g. 257 (63).
-, -, Sir Thomas, p. 1535:g. 132 (34), 257 (49, 63), 485 (42), 519 (26), 651 (1), 784 (29), 1524 (37), 3107 (18), 3499 (12).

Curzon. See Curson.

Cussheman, Simon, g. 2964 (4).

Custans, John, 20 (p. 19), 82 (p. 41).

Customs, extortionate, g. 11 (1).
-, -, payment of (Act), 341.

Cutcombe (Cuttrombe), Soms., rector of, p. 1528.

Cuthbert (Cutbert), Andrew, p. 1514.
-, - (Cudbart), James, p. 1512.
-, - (Cutbert), Rob., g. 2137 (27).

Cuthell, Cornw. See Cothele.

Cutler (Cutteler), John, clk., treasurer of Lincoln cathedral, 1803 (1 m. 4).
-, - (Cutteler), John, D.D., warden of Grey Friars, London, g. 3107 (40).
-, - (Cutteler), Rob., clk., of Norwich, 438 (1 m. 11).
-, -, Rob., clk., provost of Rotherham College, 438 (1 m. 11).
-, -, Wm., 3529.

Cutlers, 438 (2 m. 31), 438 (3 m. 10).

Cutte, John, 827.

Cutte, Sir John, Under-Treasurer of England, 1 (p. 3), 19, 20 (p. 13), 78, 82 (p. 43), 180, 209, 438 (2 m. 6), 592, 683, 704, 1005, 1176 (3), 1420, 1453, 1463, 1589, 1661 (3, 4), 1755, 2054 (2, 3), 2325, 2604, 2667, 2751, 2831, 2832 iv.-vi., 3095, 3137 (16), 3185, 3377, 3522:pp. 15068, 1511, 151315, 1517, 1519, 1534 bis, 1536, 1538 bis:g. 94 (58), 447 (23), 448 (4), 632 (68), 709 (35), 731 (278), 924 (36), 1221 (43), 1316 (11), 1732 (2), 2222 (16 Midd., London), 2330 (4), 2772 (5).
-, -, -, letter to, 683.
-, -, -, signature of, 19, 46, 2260:p. 1520:g. 448 (4), 651 (7), 731 (7, 20, 52), 749 (3, 16), 784 (56), 804 (49), 1123 (45), 2330 (3).
-, -, -, account rendered by, 1420:App. 14.
-, -, -, warrants to, 19, 2308:pp. 1510, 1515.

Cutton, Devon, chapel in Exeter Castle, prebend, g. 546 (7), 1083 (2).

Cuttrombe. See Cutcombe.

Cuttures, Cutturus, or Curturis, Raymond de, `mayor of Calais, 3338, 3567.

Cuttyng, Rob., gunner, 2939:g. 519 (9), 1732 (5).

Cuyk. See Coke.

Cwmyoy (Comdoye), alias St. Martin's by Abergavenny, co. Monm., 438 (1 mm. 18, 23).

Cwre, Nic., 438 (3 m. 20).

Cycelya. See Sicily.

Cycile. See Sicily.

Cyke. See Syke.

Cyllcairill. See Termonamungan.

Cynllaith (Kynlleth) and Owen, lordship, co. Denbigh, g. 414 (48), 833 (8), 1804 (556).

Cyny, Dominic, clk., pp. 1499, 1502, 1506.

Cyprus, 83, 1429.

Cyrew, Ant. de, French prisoner, p. 928.