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'Index of Persons and Places: C', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 7: 1417-1431 (1906), pp. 594-607. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104389 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Cachir, Cachyr, Hachyt, James, dean of Tuam, rector of Dunmore, vicar of Clare-galway, 109, 161, 568.

-, -, canon of Kilmacduagh, 293.

Cachyrbreyslayn. See Cahir.

Cachyrwltan. See Caherhultan.

Cadbury, John, Benedictine monk, 556.

Cadbury, North [co. Somerset], parish, after-wards collegiate, church of St. Michael, 52.

- Elizabeth, lady of, 52.

Cadiz [Spain], John, bishop elect of. See Gundisalvos.

Cadru, John, master of Carleton chantry, 302.

Caen [Calvados, France], Benedictine abbey of St. Stephen, monk of, 132.

Caerau, Kayre [co. Glamorgan], prebend in Llandaff, 45, 50, 121, 169.

Caerleon ultra Pontem, Christchurch with, parish church of Christ, Kaerlliam [co. Monmouth], 206.

Cafleanfeorris. See Monasteroris.

Caher, Cathyr [co. Tipperary], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 165.

Caherhultan, Cachyrwltan [a townland in Ballyoughtera parish, co. Cork], pre-bend in Cloyne, 150.

Cahir, Cachyrbreyslayn, Cathirbressleayn [co. Kerry], 128, 241.

Caithness [Scotland] Alexander, bishop of. See Vaus.

-, John, bishop of. See Crannach.

-, Thomas (rectius Alexander de Vaus, q.v., or John de Crannach), bishop of. 253.

-, archdeacon of. See Barberii; Gren-law; Tunnok; Vaus.

-, canons of. See Barberii; Grenlaw; Hervy; Tunnok; Vaus.

-, chapter etc. of, papal letters to, 408.

Cal, Richard, vicar of Carbury, 488, 489.

Calais [Pas-de-Calais, France], 25 note, 29 note.

-, lieutenant of the castle of. See Ysac.

-, parish church of St. Mary, 145.

-, parish church of St. Nicholas, 281, 288.

Caldcotis, Elizabeth de, damsel, 197.

Caldecotes, Thomas, priest, 430.

Caldewell', William citizen of London, 419.

-, -, Lettice his wife, 419.

Calhyng. See Cowling.

Calkou. See Kelso.

Callan, Callen [co. Kilkenny], 70.

Caluayn alias Regeles. See Cloone.

Cambell, Celestin, donsel, 151.

-, Colin, 266, 268.

-, -, Nigel his son, archdeacon of Argyll, vicar of Kilfinan, afterwards rector of Glassary, 266, 268.

- Duncan, of Loch Awe, 259, 336.

-, -, Marcellina [alias Marjory Stewart, daughter of Robert duke of Albany], his first wife, 336.

-, -, Margaret, daughter of John Stewart of Auchingowan, his second wife, 259.

-, Cambel, John, canon of Argyll, rector of the parish church of the Tres Fratres, 378, 379.

Cambrai [Nord France], canons of. See Habart; Homme; Pinchon.

Cambridge [co. Cambridge], students at, 210, 456.

-, Friars Minors’ house at, friar of, 179.

Cambrigge, William, citizen and alderman of London, 420.

-, -, Edith his wife, 420.

Cambuskenneth, Cambuskeneth, Cambus-treneth, Camyskenan [co. Clackmannan], Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 377, 406.

-, -, canon of, 69.

Cambuslang, Camyslang [co. Lanark], 203, 204, 298, 360.

Cambustreneth. See Cambuskenneth.

Camelton’. See Campton.

Camera, Thomas de, Augustinian canon of St. Andrews, afterwards prior of the Isle of May, 292.

Cameria . See Assaroe.

Cameron, James, Augustinian canon of Holy-rood, vicar of Falkirk, 455.

-, John, bishop of Glasgow, chancellor of Scotland, sometime official of St. Andrews, canon of Glasgow and rector of Kirkinner, 18, 425, 465, 478, 519.

Campion, William, rector of Tyringham, 451.

Camplo, James de, papal chaplain and auditor, afterwards bishop elect of Penne, afterwards bishop of Spoleto, papal mandatary, 62, 70, 98, 192.

Campsie, Camsy [co. Stirling], prebend in Glasgow, 114.

Campton alias Camelton, Camelton’ [co. Bed-ford], 209.

Camsy. See Campsie.

Camus, Kamus [co. Tyrone], 273.

Camyskenan. See Cambuskenneth.

CamyslangSee Cambuslang.

Candida Casa . See Whiteherne.

Caneton, Gerald, bishop of Cloyne, 150.

Canfield, Little, Confelde Parva [co. Essex], 121.

Cannington, Canyngton [in the parish of Can-nington St. Mary, co. Somerset], Bene-dictine priory, prioress and convent of, 512.

Canon Island, Inysgad, Inysgat, Ynisgad [in Killadysert parish, co. Clare], Augus-tinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 76, 354, 402, 490, 491, 540, 541, 572.

- - - See Ohymuyr; Oruogyn; Macgillapadrig; Ohenne.

-, -, canons of, 477.

Canon Pyon. See Nupton.

Canons Ashby, Assihebi [co. Northants], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 362.

Canterbury [co. Kent], archbishop of, faculties for, 14, 15, 147, 412.

- -, licence by, for non-residence, 145.

-, -, papal mandatary, etc. 7, 8, 17, 21–23, 45, 80, 133, 134, 137, 158, 161, 172, 191, 192, 207, 214, 215, 217, 221, 222, 238, 282, 283, 297, 403, 408, 445, 446, 468, 476, 477, 495 note, 538.

-, -, rights of as metropolitan, 172, 225, 468, 570 note, 571.

-, Henry, archbishop of. See Chichele.

-, Thomas, archbishop of. See Arundel.

-, St. Thomas, archbishop of. See Becket.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 207, 463.

-, - See Chichele; Colonna.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 146.

-, -, suits before, 433, 502.

-, - See Lyndewode.

-, Benedictine priory of Christ Church alias Holy Trinity (cathedral church), prior of, papal mandatary, 146.

-, -, John, prior of, 456.

-, -, prior and chapter of, 12, 458.

-, -, -, churches appropriated to the mensa of, 454.

-, -, monks of, 161, 318, 416.

-, -, -, students at Oxford, 289.

-, Benedictine abbey of St. Augustine, abbot of, faculty to, 216.

-, -, abbot of, papal mandatary, 249.

-, -, John, abbot of. See Hawk-herst.

-, -, Marcellus, abbot of. See Dandelyon.

-, -, Thomas, abbot of. See Hun-den.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 232, 233.

-, -, -, letters conservatory for, 21.

-, -, convent of, election by, 191, 494.

-, -, -, papal letters to, 191, 494.

-, -, monks of, 62, 191, 301, 494.

-, -, reform of, 62.

- -body of St. Augustine pre-served at, 233.

-, archiepiscopal court of, 275.

-, Jubilee of 1420 at, 12.

Canteuell, Richard. See Cawntwell.

Cantwell, John, clerk, 543.

Canyngton. See Cannington.

Capell, Cappel, Hartung de, papal chaplain and auditor, 294, 502, 503.

Capella, Richard de, 130.

Capi, John. See Capy.

Capilupi, Anthony, bishop of Termoli, 174.

Cappagh, Ceapach, Chepach [co. Tyrone], 237, 558.

Cappel, Hartung de. See Capell.

Cappyng, John, layman, 311.

Capranica, Crapanica, Dominic de, clerk of the papal camera, 255.

-, Paul de, abbreviator and writer of apostolic letters, papal secretary, mem-ber of the pope's household, 5.

Capron, Nicholas, rector of Kington Magna and of Wittersham, 285, 403.

Capy, Capi, John, archdeacon of Glendalough, 166, 204.

-, Richard, archdeacon of Glendalough, 197.

Caral. See Crail.

Carannach, Robert de. See Crannach.

Caraway, John, M.A., etc., 326.

Carbury, Carbre alias de Castrocarbre, de Castrocarbry [co. Kildare], 486, 488, 489.

Carcacfergus. See Carrickfergus.

Cardinal:—

Bishops—

Albano, Jordan de Ursinis (Orsini), papal legate and nuncio to negoti-ate peace between England and France, papal major penitentiary, 7, 18, 191, 456.

Ostia, John de Bronhiaco, vice-chancellor of the Roman church, papal mandatary, etc., 181, 206, 215, 216, 249, 262 n, 348, 412.

Porto, Anthony Corarius, 135, 191.

-, Lewis de Barro, papal legate to negotiate peace between England and France, 11.

Tusculum. See John XXIII.

Priests—

St. Cecilia's, Lewis Alamandi, Alamanus, sometime bishop of Maguelonne, locum tenens of the papal chamberlain, afterwards vice-chamberlain, 2, 11, 18.

St. Clement's. Branda de Castillione, bishop of Piacenza, canon of Dub-lin, vice-chancellor of the Roman church, 17, 86 note, 116, 134, 213.

-, Gabriel Condolmerius (after-wards Eugenius IV), archdeacon of Durham, 132.

-, Petrus, 131.

St. Cross in Jerusalem, Albinus, 131.

St. Eusebius's. See Beaufort.

St. Laurenoe's in Damaso, Petrus, 131.

St. Laurence's in Lucina, John de Ruppescissa alias de la Rochetaillée, archbishop of Rouen, administra-tor of the see of Besançon, some-time patriarch of Constantinople, 33 note, 119, 139, 439, 440.

St. Mark's, William Fillastre, papal legate and nuncio to negotiate peace between England and France, 7, 291.

-, -, papal mandatary, etc., 141, 464, 465.

SS. Marcellinus and Peter's, Angelus Barbadicus, 49.

St. Martin's. See SS. Silvester and Martin's.

St. Praxed's, Radulphus (Goffredus alias Soffredus in Eubel, Hierarchia, p. 3 note 1, and p. 43), 131.

SS. Silvester and Martin's, James Guala, papal legate in England. 564.

St. Stephen's on the Cœlian, Peter de Fuxo, 18.

St. Susanna's, Alexius, 131.

Twelve Apostles, Pandulfus de Masca. 131.

Deacons—

St. Eustace's Alfonsus Carillius, 465.

St. George's in Velabro, Charles de Urries, 118, 170, 361.

St. Mary's in Aquiro, Gregory, 131.

St. Mary's in Cosmedin, Jacobus, 131.

St. Mary's in Porticu, Gregorius, 131.

S. Maria Nova, Amedeus de Salutiis, papal nuncio to negotiate peace between England and France, etc., commendatary of the priories of Aubigny and Landos, 5, 119.

-, Bernardus, 131.

SS. Sergius and Bacchus, SS. Sergius and Bachus Octavianus, 131.

St. Vitus's in Macello, Raynald de Brancatiis, 45, 481, 505.

Cardinham, Cardynam, Cardynan [co. Corn-wall], 433.

Cardon, Richard. See Brown alias Cordon.

Cardynam, Cardynan. See Cardinham.

Careles, Robert, layman, 329.

Carenterbrock, river. See Kennet.

Careswale. See Caverswall.

Careyk. See Carrick.

Carhach, diocese of Kilmore [? Larah, co. Cavan], vicarage of St. Patrick's, 244.

Carillius, Alfonsus. See Cardinal deacons (St. Eustace's).

Carlaverock, Karlavorok [co. Dumfries], 496.

Carleton, diocese of Norwich, 302.

Carleton Forehoe, Carleton Frewehowe [co. Norfolk], 311.

Carlingford, Karliford [co. Louth], Friars Preachers’ house at, 261.

Carlisle, Lugubalia [co. Cumberland], bishop of, indult to, 563.

-, -, papal mandatary, 22, 140, 288, 345, 525.

-, Hugh, Ugo, bishop of. See Bello Loco.

-, Roger, bishop of. See Whelpdale.

-, William, bishop of. See Barrowe; Strickland.

-, official of, 565.

-, Augustinian cathedral church of St. Mary the Virgin, 216, 225, 564.

-, -, prior and convent of, 564.

-, -, dean of, 565.

-, -, T. a canon of, 565.

-, foundation and endowment etc. of the see of, 564, 565.

-, John, sheriff of, 565.

-, -, T. his son, 565.

Carlton Kyme, Karleton Kyme, a prebend in Lincoln, 284.

Carmarthen, Kermerdyn [co. Carmarthen], archdeacon of. See Neuport.

-, Augustinian priory of St. John the Evangelist, prior of, papal mandatary, 107, 270.

Carnnsegail. See Carnteel.

Carnemol, Carnemolis. See Kirkinner.

Carnis, Carnys, Alexander de, provost of Lin-cluden, canon of Dunbar, rector of Wigtown in the diocese of Whiteherne, counsellor and kinsman of the earl of Douglas, 143, 496.

-, -, rector of Kirkinner in the diocese of Whiteherne, 269.

Carnteel, Carnnsegail [co. Tyrone], 405.

Carra. See Ballinrobe.

Carran, Carudnahymigean de Ybflathmat [co. Clare], 105.

Carrick, Careyk, Carryk [co. Wexford], chapel of St. Nicholas, 72, 507.

Carrickbrennan. See Monkstown.

Carrickfergus, Carcacfergus [co. Antrim], 566.

Carrigleamleary. See Kirg.

Carrutheris, Carruthis, Laurence de, rector of Johnstone, 381, 394.

-, See Caryutors.

Carryk. See Carrick.

Carsix [dep. Eure, con. Bernay, France], 505.

Carslegh, James, archdeacon of Exeter, 544.

Cartar, John, priest, notary, 348.

Carter, Joan, of Ashbury, 394.

Cartwryght, Thomas, 340.

-, -, Joan his wife, 340.

Carudnahymigean de Ybflathmat. See Carran.

Caryutors, Alexander de, vicar of Lintrathen, 238, 239.

-, See Carrutheris.

Casatiis, Petrus de , corrector of letters in the papal registers, 64, 140, 201, 244, 345, 370, 374, 377, 383, 385–388, 390–392, 395–407, 413, 419, 421, 424, 426, 428, 435, 440, 441, 443, 444, 446, 449, 454–459, 461–464, 467, 473, 475, 479, 480, 483–490, 497, 499, 503, 504, 509–512, 517, 521, 523, 524, 526, 528, 529, 538–541, 544, 547, 548, 554, 559, 565, 568, 570, 572, 573.

-, See also Petrus.

Caseleanfeoris. See Monasteroris.

Cashel [co. Tipperary], archbishop of, papal mandatary, 150, 191, 287, 405, 426, 477.

-, -, patronage of, 19.

-, -, rights of, 170, 286, 460, 473.

-, Richard, archbishop of. See O Hedian.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 367.

-, dean and chapter of, 19.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 162.

-, -, See Haket.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 189.

-, chapter of, 116.

-, canons of. See Chace; Hohygan; Silk.

-, provincial statutes of, 111.

-, Richard Laules of, clerk, 48.

-, [co. Longford]. See Inchcleraun; Saints Island.

Casleanfeoris, Cafleanfeorris, Caseleanfeoris, Hibernice Caisleán Feorais, i. e. Pierce's Castle, i. e. Castropetre alias Mon-asteroris (q. v.) in King's County.

Caslehan Gessilley, alias Gessilley, alias Kyllechy. See Killeigh.

Castelacre. See Acre, Castle.

Castelcomyrre. Castlecomer.

Castell, Castell', John, canon of Lincoln and Howden, rector of Rudby in Cleveland, 459.

-, -, rector of St. Clement's Danes, London, 435.

-, William, priest, 314.

Castell’ in Kareign’. See Castle Caereinion.

Castillione, Branda de. See Cardinal priests (St. Clement's).

Castle Acre, Castelacre. See Acre.

Castle Ashby. See Ashby.

Castle Caereinion, St. Garmon, Castell’ in Kareign’ [co. Montgomery], 498.

Castle Eaton alias Eton Meysey. See Eaton, Castle.

Castlecomer, Castelcomyrre [co. Kilkenny], 351.

Castleconor. See Killanly.

Castleknock, de Castrocnok, prebend in Dublin. See Mulhuddart.

Castlerahan. See Discartfingilli.

Castletown. See Ymleachysseal.

Castletownely, de Castro Phillippi [Kings County], 407.

Castrikylii ecclesia.See Holyhead.

Castro [Latium, Sardinia or Apulia], bishop of, papal mandatary, 276.

Castro Phillippi , vicarage de. See Castletown-ely.

Castrocarbre, Castrocarbry, vicarage de. See Carbury.

Castrocnok , prebend de. See Castleknock.

Castronovo, John de. See Neufchatel.

Castropetre. See Monasteroris.

Castrum Kubii . See Holyhead.

Castrum Sligeuc . See Sligo.

Cateworth, William, 366.

-, -, Alice his wife, 365, 366.

Cathcart, Kathkert [co. Renfrew], 437.

Catherine, queen of England, 272.

Catherine verch Jevan, 117, 118.

Catheritz. See Chatteris.

Cathirbressleayn. See Cahir.

Cathyr, priory of. See Caher.

Catisson, Robert, priest, 330.

Catrik, John, bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, afterwards of Exeter, envoy to the Council of Constance, agent of the king at the Roman court, 7, 8, 41, 48, 83, 117, 134, 146, 158.

-, Robert, rector of Witney, 56.

Catte, Henry, donsel, 450.

-, -, Katherine his wife, 450.

Cauallariis, Zenobius son of Francis de, citizen of Florence, papal envoy to England, France, Germany and other parts, 8.

Cauen, Gilbert, rector of Kirkinner and of Parton, 152, 269.

Caundle Bishop, Caundectepiscopi [co. Dorset], 412.

Cava [province of Naples, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 446.

Cavaillon [Vaucluse, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 272.

Cavan [co. Cavan]. See Keadew.

Cave, North, All Saints [co. York, E.R.], 513.

Cavers. Magna Caveris, Magna Kaveris [co. Roxburgh], 73, 74, 93, 99, 127, 138.

Caverswall, Careswale [co. Stafford], 391.

Cawntwell, Canteuell, Richard, canon of Lis-more, papal mandatary, 47, 89.

-, See Cantwell.

Caxton, Philip, esquire, 331.

-, -, Denise his wife, 331.

Ceandiuagid, diocese of Clonfert, 452.

Ceapach. See Cappagh.

Cefalu [Sicily] or Cephalonia [in the Aegean sea], bishop of, papal mandatary, 90, 100, 111, 112.

Celcros. See Culross.

Celestini alias Macgillemichael, Celestinus, rector of Kilmolroy, vicar of Kilfinan, 268.

Cella Nigra , abbey of. See Derry.

Cella Parva , abbey of. See Annadown.

Cely, John prior, afterwards bishop, of Down, 144, 158, 265.

Cephalonia [in the Ægean sea] or Cefalu [Sicily], bishop of, papal mandatary, 90, 100, 111, 112.

Cerff, John, esquire, 556, 557.

- -, Alice his wife, 556, 557.

Cerne [co. Dorset], Benedictine abbey, abbot of papal mandatary, 217, 512, 513.

-, -, claustral prior of. See Wynterbourne.

Cerretanis , Jacobus de, corrector of letters in the papal registers [afterwards bishop of Teramo], 67, 115, 120, 137, 140, 142–147, 150, 159–168, 171, 172, 176, 177, 180, 183, 185, 186, 189, 190, 192 194, 195, 198, 200–208, 210, 212, 213, 216, 217, 222, 226–230, 234, 236, 237, 239, 241–245, 247, 250, 251, 253, 255, 257, 258, 261–271, 273, 274, 276, 280, 284, 288, 290–297, 320, 321, 324, 327, 328, 343–345, 350–360, 363, 371–373, 375, 381–383, 384 note, 386, 388 note, 390, 393, 396, 397, 399–402, 405, 407, 408, 410, 413, 423, 424, 426, 435, 436, 445, 448, 453, 457, 458, 460–463, 465, 468, 471 note, 480–482. 485–487, 489, 491. 494 note, 495, 496, 499, 503, 506, 508, 510, 513, 516–518, 520, 521, 523, 526–528, 531, 538–540, 542, 545, 546 note, 560, 564, 565 note, 567, 570, 571.

Cesarinis, Julian de, auditor of the court of the papal camera, papal orator to Eng-land, 16, 34, 36, 37.

Cestre. See Chester le Street.

Chaccorp, in the diocese of Ely, Alice Brempton of, 56.

Chace, Chate, Thomas, chancellor of London and of the university of Oxford, canon of Cashel, rector of Boddington, master of the hospitals of St. John Baptist, Huntingdon and St. Bartholomew, Rye, chaplain of Jesmond, 139, 383, 471.

Chache, Richard, priest, 447.

Chaddleworth. See Poughley.

Chagford, Chagforde [co. Devon], 435.

Chaindeler, Thomas, priest, 342.

-, See Chandelier; Chaundeler.

Challacombe, Chawdecum [co. Devon], 533.

Challock, Challok [co. Kent], chapel annexed to Godmersham, 454.

Challok. See Challock.

Chalne, John, 479.

-, -, Joan his wife, 479.

Chamber, Thomas, donsel, 554.

-, - Eleanor his wife, 554.

Chamberlayn alias Bannebyry, Richard, donsel, 534.

Chamburlayn. Chamburleyn, William, noble-man, of Southampton, 303, 562.

-, - Margery his wife, 303, 562.

Chamerling, John, vicar of Narraghmore, 111.

Champpernoun, Isabel, damsel, 314.

Chandelier. Clement, prior of Bromholm, afterwards monk of Cluny, 180.

-, See Chaindeler; Chaundeler.

Chantenay [dep. Sarthe, France], 407.

Chapel Russell, de Rosellis [co. Limerick]. 540.

Chapman, Chapeman, John, clerk, notary, 215.

-, Robert, 413.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 413.

-, Robert, a Gilbertine lay brother, 302.

Charité-sur-Loire [Nièvre, France], Cluniac priory, prior of. See Ungelles; Doueti.

-, -, dependent priory of, 119.

Charles VI, king of France, 5, 7, 9, 132, 210.

-, - Charles his son, afterwards Charles VII, 14, 38, 210, 346 note.

-, -, -, ambassadors of, to Martin V. See Gray; Scrymegeour.

-, -, - See also Vienne, Charles, dauphin of.

Charton, Creton [in Farningham parish, co. Kent], chapel annexed to Farningham, 454.

Chartres [Eure-et-Loir, France], canon of. See Kirketon.

Chate, Thomas. See Chace.

Chatteris, Catheritz [co. Cambridge], 71.

-, meadow or marsh called Crowlod-medwe in the parish of, 71.

-, William Smyth of, 71.

Chaumpenes, John, priest, 421.

Chaundeler, John, dean, afterwards bishop, of Salisbury, 81, 494, 512.

-, See Chaindeler; Chandelier.

Chawdecum. See Challacombe.

Cheadle, Chedle [co. Chester], Hugh, rector of, 79.

Chechkelchi. See Brownstown.

Chedle. See Cheadle.

Chemmyngfood. See Hemingford Abbots.

Chenies, Isnamstede [co. Bucks], John Cheyne of, donsel, 208, 209.

-, -, Agnes his first wife, 209.

-, -, Isabel his second wife, 208, 209.

Chenyngwolde, John, layman, 71.

Chepach. See Cappagh.

Chepnam, Thomas, of London, donsel, 305.

Cheriton, Chyreton [co. Glamorgan], 107.

Cherleton, Edward lord, of Powys. See Powys.

Chertsey, Chertesey [co. Surrey], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, 127.

-, -, monk of, 127.

Cheseman. Walter, priest, 305.

Chesholme, Cheshelme, Alexander de, 178.

-, -, Mariota his relict, 178.

-, Catherine de, 527.

Cheshunt [co. Herts], Nicholas Dixon, rector of, 336, 337

-, Richard Trippe of, priest, 335, 339.

Chester [co. Chester], archdeacon of, 475.

-, Benedictine abbey of St. Werburgh, abbot of, papal mandatary, 21.

-, -, monk of, 126.

-, collegiate church of St. John, dean of. See Leyot.

-, -, canon of. See Hill.

-, Joan Spyser alias Hondeston of, 219, 220.

Chester le Street, Cestre [co. Durham], col-legiate church of St. Mary, canons of. See Hay; Thoralby.

-, prebend of Chester le Street in, 122, 123.

Chesulden. See Chisledon.

Chesyl, John, of Boston, donsel, 414.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 414.

Cheyne, John, of Chenies, donsel, 208, 209.

-, -, Agnes his first wife, 209.

-, -, Isabel his second wife, 208, 209.

Chichele, Chychele, Henry, archbishop of Canterbury, 2, 12, 24, 25, 26 note, 35, 81, 146, 177, 198, 206, 207, 209, 298, 388, 389, 393, 403, 469, 572.

-, -, faculty for, 15.

-, -, registrar of. See Penwor-tham.

-, William, nephew of archbishop Chichele, archdeacon of Canterbury, chancellor of Salisbury, chancellor and canon of Abergwilly, canon of St. Davids, rector of the university of Bologna, apostolic notary, 2, 146, 177, 206, 281, 298, 401, 403.

Chichester [co. Sussex], bishop of, 446.

-, -, papal mandatary, 22, 177, 206, 207, 222, 259, 280, 374 note, 411, 433.

-, Henry, bishop of. See Ware.

-, John, bishop of. See Kempe; Rick-inghalle

-, Robert, bishop of. See Reade.

-, Stephen, bishop of. See Patryngton.

-, Thomas, bishop of. See Polton.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 216, 224.

-, dean elect of. See Lindefeld.

-, dean and chapter of, 411.

-, subdean of. See Neel.

-, archdeacon of, faculty to, 349.

-, -, papal mandatary, 502, 503.

-, - See Lindefeld.

-, treasurer of. See Malpas.

-, precentor of. See Blounham.

-, canons of. See Cliderow; Eliot; Euston; Heron; Marshall; Merdon; Northew; Stafford; Wymbyssch.

-, chapter of, postulation by, to the see, 191.

-, episcopal mensa of, 411.

-, see of, 389 note.

Chichestre, Chycester, Richard, rector of Corton Denham in the diocese of Wells, 253.

-, priest, of the diocese of Exeter, 533.

Chicksands Priory, Chyxsand [co. Bedford], Gilbertine priory, canon of, 367.

Chiltenham, Thomas, Augustinian canon, 534.

Chippenham. Nicholas, layman, 227.

Chirburne. See Sherborne.

Chisledon, Chesulden [co. Wilts], 513.

Chogayn, Odo. See Ohogayn.

Chreche, John, citizen of London, 551.

-, -, Isabel his wife, 551.

Christchurch, Twinham, Twynham [co. South-ants], Augustinian priory, prior of, faculty to, 206.

-, -, canon of, 192.

Chrocor. See Cnocror.

Chroys. See Cross.

Chub, John, priest, 340.

Church Island. See Inchmacnerin.

Churchstanton, Chyustauniton, Chyustaunnton [co. Devon], 495.

Churchtown alias Bruhenny, Bruchundi, Bru-chundy [co. Cork], 41, 51.

Chycester, Richard. See Chichestre.

Chychele, William. See Chichele.

Chydioke, Catherine, damsel, 306.

Chylde, John, citizen of London, 416.

-, Nicholas, chancellor and canon of Dunkeld, rector of Hailes, 114.

Chymanach (Kavanagh), Una, 519.

Chyntyng', John, citizen of London, 323.

Chyreton. See Cheriton.

Chyustauniton, Chyustaunnton. See Church-stanton.

Chyxsand. See Chicksands Priory.

Cill Criosd, Sancti Cristi, parish church of [now Strath parish in Skye, co. Inver-ness], 461.

Cinalhein, Cinalheyn. See Ballynakill.

Cinel Farga , Kenalarga [now the barony of Ballybritt, King's County], 158, 159.

Cincl-Luachain , Kenealuachan, Kynealluachan [co. Leitrim], territory of, 228, 229.

Cirencester [co. Gloucester], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 146.

-, -, Nicholas, abbot of. See Ameney.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 410.

-, -, canon of, 534.

-, See Syrencestre.

Citeaux [Côte-d’ Or, France], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 93, 119.

-, -, abbot and order of, privileges for, 290.

Ciudad Rodrigo [Spain], bishop of, papal mandatary, 39, 40, 43, 44, 47, 50, 51, 58, 60–64, 72, 75, 80, 88, 90–92, 94, 160–163, 167, 168, 183, 187, 189, 203, 217, 227, 236, 242, 245.

-, Andrew, bishop of. See Didaci.

Clachshant, Clachschank [in Stoneykirk parish, co. Wigtown], 526.

Clancy. See Maclandchaga.

Clann Ceallaigh, Claynncheallaych (i. e. the barony of Clankelly, co. Fermanagh), 236.

Clanragga alias Kyllchurnayn. See Kilcornan.

Clar, Clar alias de Forgio. See Clare.

Clare, John, layman, 447.

Clare (i. e. co Clare), lord of. See Mortimer.

-, Clar, de Forgio, de Forgio alias de Clar, de Forgio alias de Clayr [co. Clare], Augustinian abbey of SS. Peter and Paul, abbot of, papal mandatary, 165, 236, 269, 359, 402, 483, 487, 491, 572.

-, -, -, See MacGrath.

-, -, canons of, 181, 276, 426, 441, 456.

-, -, dependent priory of. See Inniscronane.

-, [co. Suffolk], Sander Uxtas of, 312.

-, -, Alice Robleti his wife, 312.

Claregalway, Balyinclair, Balyinclayr, la-lymclayr, Hibernice Baile-an-Clair [co. Galway], vicarage of, 107, 109.

-, Friars Minors’ house at, friar of, 453.

Clarence, Margaret, duchess of. See Holand.

Claro fonte , abbey de. See Macosquin.

Clathorp. See Claythorpe.

Claullis (Cloal), Nicholas, dean of Leighlin, 165.

Clay. See Cley next the Sea.

Claymond, John, of Cortington, 312.

-, -, Isalba his wife, 312.

Claynncheallaych. See Clann Ceallaigh.

Claythorpe, Clathorp [co. Lincoln], 336, 338, 340.

Clecealle alias Kynaledga Hieratrach. See Beagh.

Cleeve, Clyva [co. Somerset], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 20.

-, Cleve, Bishop's [co. Gloucester], 217.

Clemel. See Clonmel.

Clement III, letters of, 129–131.

Clement V, renewal by, of the decretal Super cathedram, 177.

Clement VI, forged letters of, 283.

-, privileges etc. granted to papal chap-lains by, 386.

Clement VIII (Giles Muñoz), 34.

Clement, James, archdeacon of Glendalough, vicar of Naas, 162, 166.

-, Reginald, priest, 536.

Clementthorp. See York.

Clerck, Clerc, Robert, priest, 431.

-, -, layman, 87.

-, Rudulphus, 520.

-, -, Alice his wife, 520.

-, William, a Carmelite, 493, 515.

-, alias Smyth, Nicholas, canon of St. Asaph, 496.

-, alias Teversham, John, 120.

-, -, Edeynna his relict, 120.

-, See Clerk.

Clere, Richard, 326.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 326.

Clerk, John, priest, 300.

-, John, layman, 211.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 211.

-, Thomas, canon of Lichfield, 555.

-, Thomas, vicar of Horsham in the diocese of Chichester, 339.

-, alias Grigge, Henry, warden succes-sively of the hospitals of St. Thomas, Southwark and Sandown, 525.

-, alias Notyngham, John, intruded rector of Killulagh, 87.

-, See Clerck.

Cleruich, John, vicar of Saham Toney, 506.

Cleve, Bishop's. See Cleeve.

Cleveland, Clyvelande, Clyvelland [co. York, N.R.], archdeacon of, faculty to, 348.

-, -, See Pelleson.

Cley next the Sea, Cley, Clay [co. Norfolk], Nicholas Burton, rector of, 227.

-, Robert Herriesson of, donsel, 336.

-, -, Isabel his wife, 336.

Cliderow, Cliderowe, John, canon of Chichester and Exeter, rector of Crayford alias Eard, clerk of the papal camera, after-wards bishop of Bangor, 10, 79, 256.

-, -, See also Eliot.

-, Richard, the younger, esquire, 299.

Cliffe, Kings, Kyngescliff [co. Northants], 470.

-, West, Westclyve by Dover [co. Kent], 454.

Clifford, Richard, bishop of London, 42, 45–47, 56, 78, 79, 81, 82, 85–87, 121, 145, 161, 169, 474.

-, Clyfford, Clyfforde, Elizabeth, noble-woman, 314, 553.

Clifton Campville, Clyfton Canvile [co. Staf-ford], 274.

Clinton, manor or grange of, in the parish of Peakirk [co. Northants], 127, 128.

Cloal, Nicholas. See Claullis.

Clogher, Clocher [co. Tyrone], bishop of, papal mandatary, 135, 202, 278, 402, 503.

-, -, patronage of. 202, 236, 245.

-, -, rights of in regard to religious houses, 287.

-, Arthur, bishop of. See MacCamoeil.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 103, 478–480, 487, 497, 539.

-, - See Maccener; Omolugyr.

-, dean and chapter of, patronage of, 202, 236, 245.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 167, 402, 516.

-, -, See Maguyr; Ocarbri.

-, official of. See Omolugyr.

-, canons of. See Macgillacoisglo; Macmolynd; Obruyn; Ocarbri; O Hanratty (Magonius and Nemeas); Omolugyr; Osychygi.

-, Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 236, 242, 245.

-, -, canon of, 531.

-, -, dependent priory of. See Devenish.

Clogherbrien, Cluherby, Cluhirbryn [co. Kerry], 47, 52.

Clonallan, Cluandallan [co. Down], 240, 241.

Clonca, Cluaincacha. Cluaynka, Cluynchaka [co. Donegal], 96, 112, 547.

-, See Grellagh.

Clondahorky, Cluandachoncha [co. Donegal], 168.

Clondavaddog, Cluandabhoedog, Cluaindabua-dog [co. Donegal], 162, 186.

Clone, John, Augustinian canon, 290.

Clonenagh, Cluoinenac [Queen's County], 487.

Clones, Cluaneoys, Cluaneyos, Cluones [cos. Fermanagh and Monaghan], Augustinian abbey of SS. Peter and Paul, abbot of, papal mandatary, 236, 245, 354.

-, -, John, abbot of. See Olorcan.

-, -, Nicholas, abbot of. See Oluan.

- -, Patrick, abbot of. See Olorcan.

-, -, canons of, 284, 286.

-, rectory or comorbanship of, 42, 480.

-, vicarage of, 202.

Clonfeacle, Cluainfecna, Cluainfyacla [cos. Armagh and Tyrone], 44, 54.

Clonfert [co. Galway]. bishop of, papal man-datary, 131, 264, 460.

-, -, patronage of, 542.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 106, 129, 181, 265, 266, 452, 453.

-, dean and chapter of, patronage of. 542.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 126, 265, 266.

-, -, See Ohuran; O'Kelly (Malachy); Omadeyn.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 129, 503 523.

-, canons of. See Burgo; Maccockayth; Odubgilla (Nicholas and Patrick); Ofa-thyd; O'Kelly (Marianus); Omadagayn; Omadeyn; Omureghayd; Oseachnasyg.

-, Augustinian abbey of St. Mary de Portupuro, canons of, 181, 452.

-, See Annaghcallow.

Clonfert Mulloe alias Kyle. See Kyle.

Clongesh, Cluaingessi [co. Longford], 353, 354.

Clonkeen alias Clonkeenkerrill, Cluoynkayn-cairyll [co. Galway]. 106, 107.

Clonlea, rectory of Clunenlag of the half cantred of Yblayd, Cluoynlaeg of the half cantred of Yllacyd [co. Clare], 115, 124.

Clonliff, Clunlifh [or Oxmantown on the north bank of the Liffey, in Dublin], site of St. Mary's abbey, 129.

Clonloghan, Cloynlochan [co. Clare], 490, 491.

Clonmacnoise [King's County], bishop of, papal mandatary, 63, 84, 85, 89, 203, 215, 484.

-, Cormac, bishop of. See Machoclan.

-, Philip, bishop of. See Nangell.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 84, 129, 350, 481.

-, -, See Machoclan; Obracyn; Ochiny; Odalachan.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 352, 453–455.

-, -, See Mochellan; Orodochan.

-, canons of. See Ochinari; Ofruan; Orodochan.

Clonmany, Cluainmaine, Cluainmane, Cluyn-mani [co. Donegal], 96, 286, 547, 548.

Clonmel, Clemel [cos. Tipperary and Water-ford], 47.

Clonmethan, Glemethan [co. Dublin], prebend in Dublin, 200, 201, 205, 239.

Clonsast, Cluaynsasta [King's County], 484.

Clonshagh, Glassach [in Coolock parish, co. Dublin], 129.

Clonsillagh. See Coolmine.

Clontuskert Omanny, Clontosgeartomany, Cluantuasgert [co. Galway], Augus-tinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 423.

-, -, -, See Odomnalayn; O'Kelly (Odo).

Cloonbrony, Colleboum, a townland in Kilfar-boy, Kyllnafearbagy [co. Clare], 75.

Cloone, Cluany, Regeles alias Caluayn, Reghels alias Cluyan [co. Leitrim], vicarage of, 40.

-, rectory of, 80.

Clooney, Cluony [in the barony of Upper Bun-ratty, co. Clare]. 269.

Cloonmore, Cluaynmor [a townland in Cross-boyne parish, co. Mayo], prebend in Tuam, 95.

Cloontuskert. Cluaintuasceartnasinna Cluayn-tuasgeartnasynna, Cluayntyascertanas-sinna, Cluayntyascertanassinnna [co. Roscommon]. Augustinian priory of St. Mary, priors of. See Maceylyd; Maci-ago; Mageanulyd; Oduban; Omul-hymnin; Omulmiadhundh.

-, -, canons of, 456, 457.

Clopton, John, knight. 325, 328.

-, -, Joan his relict, 325, 328.

Cloyne [co. Cork], bishop of, papal mandatary, 570

-, -, patronage of, 540.

-, Gerald, bishop of. See Caneton.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 511, 512.

-, dean and chapter etc. of, patronage of, 540.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 166, 189, 239, 242.

-, -, SeeBarry; Meyler; Osyghi-chayn.

-, canons of. See Geraldinis; More; Norreys; Onelusayn; Tanner; Walsche (Henry and John).

-, chapter of. 150.

-, See also Cork.

Cloynlochan. See Clonloghan.

Cluaincacha. See Clonca.

Clouaindabuadog. See Clondavaddog.

Cluainfecna, Cluainfyacla. See Clonfeacle.

Cluaingessi. See Clongesh.

Cluainmaine, Cluainmane. See Clonmany.

Cluaintuasceartnasinna. See Cloontuskert.

Cluandabhoedog. See Clondavaddog.

Cluandachoncha. See Clondahorky.

Cluandallan. See Clonallan.

Cluaneoys, Cluaneyos. See Clones.

Cluantuasgert. See Clontuskert Omanny.

Cluany. See Cloone.

Cluayncummaisg. See Kilmacumsy.

Cluaynka. See Clonca.

Cluaynmor. See Cloonmore.

Cluaynsasta. See Clonsast.

Cluayntyascertanassinna, Cluayntyascertanas-sinnna, Cluayntuasgeartnasynna. See Cloontuskert.

Cluherby, Cluhirbryn. See Clogherbrien.

Cluin, a possession of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 130.

Clunlifh. See Clonliff.

Clunenlag. See Clonlea.

Clunmachilkirio, wood of, 130.

Cluny [Sâone-et-Loire, France], abbot of, 530, 531.

-, Robert, abbot of, 141, 180, 291.

-, -, vicar of, in England. See Elmham.

-, almoner of. See Doueti.

-, monks of, 180, 375.

-, dependent priories of, 119.

-, -, See Paisley.

-, -, See also Cluniac in INDEX OF Subjects.

Cluoinenac. See Clonenagh.

Cluones. See Clones.

Cluony. See Clooney.

Cluoynkayncairyll. See Clonkeen.

Cluoynlaeg. See Clonlea.

Cluyan alias Reghels. See Cloone.

Cluynchaka. See Clonca.

Cluynmani. See Clonmany.

Clyathceallayd. See Beagh.

Clyff, Thomas, rector of Islip, 53.

Clyfford, Clyfforde, Elizabeth. See Clifford.

Clyfton Canvile. See Clifton Campville.

Clympyng, Alexander, rector of St. John Baptist's, Shaftesbury, 334.

Clyst Hydon, Hydon [co. Devon], 556.

Clyva, abbey of. See Cleeve.

Clyvelande, Clyvelland. See Cleveland.

Cnoc. See Knock.

Cnocneserrach [apparently in Ballyboghil (q.v.)], a possession of St. Mary's abbey, 129.

Cnocro or Thorncastle, Cnocror, Chrocor, [now Merrion and Booterstown. co Dublin], a possession of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 129.

Cnokmarke. See Knockmark.

Cobham, Colham [co. Kent], Joan Pole alias Braybrok, lady of, damsel, 303, 330.

Codeworth, John, Benedictine monk, 318.

Coffyn, Thomas, prior of Glastonbury, 302, 312.

Cogan, Milo (Miles) de, a benefactor of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 130.

Cogdan, Richard, archdeacon of Kildare, 164.

Coggeran, Maurice, claimant to the arch-deaconry of Ossory, afterwards precentor of Ossory, 184.

Coggeshale, Walter, Benedictine monk, 330, 332.

Coggeshall, Coggessale, Coggesshale [co. Essex], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, John, abbot of, 514.

-, -, monk of. 422.

Coke, Cok, Henry, of Sandwich, 535.

-, -,Joan his wife, 535.

-, Thomas, donsel, 419.

-, -, Isabel Fysshburn his wife, 419.

-, See Cook.

Cokenay, Joan, 389.

Cokenhull, William, clerk, notary, 206.

Cokerel, Robert, 533.

-, -, Joan his wife, 533.

Cokeworthy, Cokworthi, John, canon of Exeter and Hereford, rector of St. Ewin's, London, afterwards rector of Alwington and vicar of Sutton on Plym, 155, 364.

Cokylston. See Cuxton.

Colby, John, vicar of Newburn, 225.

Colchester, William de, abbot of Westminster, 41, 48, 191.

Colchester, Colceffa, Colchestyr [co. Essex], archdeacon of. See Duffeld.

-, Benedictine abbey of St. John the Baptist, monk of, 414.

-, Augustinian priory of St. John the Baptist, monk of, 414.

-, Augustinian priory of St. Denis [alias SS. Julian and Botolph], 172.

-, William Notyngham of, donsel, 337.

-, -, Joan his wife, 337.

Cold Ashby, Cold Asschebi [co. Northants], chapel of St. Denis, 362.

Cold Waltham, Saltham [co. Sussex], a pre-bend of Chichester, 379.

Coldingham, Coldinham, Coldyngame, Cold-yngeham [co. Berwick], Benedictine priory, a cell of Durham, dependent on Dunfermline, prior of. See Bowmaker; Broun; Drack; Raburn.

-, -, patronage of, 466, 467.

Cole, John, esquire, 314.

-, -, Margery his wife, 314.

-, See Colle; Collis.

Coleraine, Culrath alias Culrathyn [co. Lon-donderry], 75, 76.

Colewich. See Colwich.

Colham. See Cobham.

Colinton. See Hailes.

Colkirk, Colkirke [co. Norfolk], 146.

Colle, John, vicar of St. Teath, 463.

-, Walter, rector of the first portion of Tiverton, 135.

-, See Cole; Collis.

Colleboum and Kyllnafearbagy. See Cloon-brony.

Colling,’ Richard. See Collyng.

Collis Walter, canon of Exeter, portionary in the parish church of Crewkerne, 474.

-, See Cole; Colle.

Collis Victorie. See Knockmoy.

Collyng, Colling', Collyng', Richard, vicar of St. Laurence, Jewry, London, 224, 323,328.

Colman, Bartholomew, priest, 336.

Colmworth, Colmord’ [co. Bedford], 415.

Cologne [Rheinland], archbishop of, 36.

Colonna, Colunna, Columpna, Anthony de, prince of Salerno, nephew of Martin V, 16.

-, Lorenzo de, 16, 26, 446.

-, -, Prosper, Prospero his son. nephew of Martin V, archdeacon of Canterbury, 16, 26, 446.

-, See Martin V.

Colsele, Anne, 300.

Colt, Agnes, 327.

Colton, John, archbishop of Armagh, 71, 104.

Columpna, Anthony de. See Colonna.

Colunna, Prospero son of Lorenzo de. See Colonna.

Colvend. See Southwick.

Colwall, Barton Colewall [co. Hereford], pre-bend in Hereford, 232.

Colwich, Colewich [co. Stafford], chantry in the parish church of, 83, 84.

-, chapel of Holy Trinity. 83, 84.

Coly, Geoffrey, priest, 415.

Colyer, Reginald, Augustinian canon. 375.

Colyngborne, Joan, damsel, 321.

-, Robert, donsel, 321.

Combe [co. Somerset], provostship of in the church of Wells, 45.

-, Comba Sexta, prebend in Wells, 471.

Comber, John, vicar of St. Michael's, Coven-try, 463.

Combermere, Sumbermere [co. Chester], Cis-tercian abbey, abbot of. See Plymoute.

Combeth. See Laurencekirk.

Comnok. See Cumnock.

Compland, Alan. See Cowpland.

Compostela, See Santiago.

Compton, John, esquire, 304.

-, -, Margery his wife, 304.

-, Richard, rector of Somerton, St. James, 531.

Compton, Over, Compton Hawy alias Over Compton [co. Dorset], lord of. See Stradeling.

-, parish church of [St. Michael], 280.

-, Bassett, Compten Basset, Compton Basset [co. Wilts], 116, 189, 239.

-, John Eyr alias Harold’ of, donsel, 333.

-, -, Edith his wife, damsel, 333.

Concobair, Una ingi, 298, 299.

Concordia [Veneto, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 79, 89, 107, 108, 111.

Condolmerius, Gabriel. See Cardinal priests (St. Clement's).

Condom [Gers, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 68, 101, 102, 119, 146, 147, 149, 152, 154, 158.

Condy or Coudy, William, priest, 418.

Confelde Parva. See Canfield.

Cong, Ciriga, Cunga, Eunga [co. Galway], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 105, 110, 112, 226, 275.

-, -, William, abbot of, 226, 347.

-, -, canons of, 63, 285.

Congbail. See Conwal.

Conge, John, provost of St. Edmund's, Salis-bury, canon of Wilton, 224.

Conmacniculi, Congnacnicuile (i.e. Conmaicne Cuile or the barony of Kilmaine) [co. Mayo], 275, 452.

Conmacnimara (i.e. Connemara or the barony of Ballynahinch) [co. Galway], 275.

Conmaicne Cuile. See Conmacniculi.

Connacie. See Connaught.

Connal. See Great Connell.

Connaught, Connacie, Connascie, lord of. See Mortimer.

Connell. Great, Connal [co. Kildare]. Augus-tinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 164.

Connemara. See Conmacnimara.

Connor [co. Antrim], bishop of, papal man-datary, 263.

-, -, patronage of, 462, 539.

-, John, bishop of, 73, 100.

-, -, -, See Olucheran.

-, Eugenius, bishop of. See Odomhnaille.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 202, 514, 567.

-, -, patronage of, 462.

-, -, See Ochaylti; Oneill.

-, chapter of, patronage of, 462, 539.

-, See Kells.

Conques [Eure, France], chapel of St. Martin in the castle of, 506.

Consell,’ Nicholas, clerk, notary, 543.

Conserans [Ariège, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 496.

-, Gerald, bishop of. See Faidit.

Constabil, John, of Halsham, 537.

-, -, his wife, 537.

Constance [Baden], General Council of, 5, 21- 23, 30, 63, 86, 89, 93, 103, 107, 148, 154, 187, 189, 287, 288, 291.

-, -, English clergy at the, 79, 84.

-, -, English envoys to the. See Beaufort; Catrik; Hallum; Spofford.

-, papal letters dated at, 5.

-, residence of Martin V at, 132.

-, See Gottlieben; Kreuzlingen.

Constantinople, patriarch of, papal mandatary, 63.

-, John, patriarch of. See Cardinal priests (St. Laurence's in Lucina).

-, Andrew de, a Friar Preacher, master of the schools of the apostolic palace, 515.

Consumpta-per-Mare [in Walton le Soken parish, co.Essex], prebend in London, 459.

Contelorio, Felice, prefect of the Vatican Archives, 115n., 132n., 135n., 141n., 148 n., 169 n., 179 n., 187 n., 188 n., 190 n., 197 n., 235 n., 263 n., 296 n., 355 n., 372 n., 377 n., 395 n., 401 n., 423 n., 452 n., 543 n., 560 n.

Conventre, Richard. See Coventre.

Conventri. See Coventry.

Conveth. See Laurencekirk.

Conwal, Congbail [co. Donegal], 403, 404.

Conyngham, Henry, donsel, 327.

Conzié, Francis de, archbishop of Narbonne, papal chamberlain, 2, 10.

Cook, Cooke, Stephen, priest, 319.

-, William, rector of Piecombe, 534.

-, See Coke.

Coola, Culdea. See Ballynakill.

Coolmine, Culmin [parish of Clonsillagh, co. Dublin], 129.

Coote, John, 537.

-, -, Katherine his wife, 537.

Copford, Cropford [co. Essex], 472.

Copleston, John, esquire, 313.

Copping’ alias Menewyrnek, Thomas, scholar, 379.

Corario, Angelus. See Gregory XII.

Corarius, Anthony. See Cardinal bishops (Porto).

Corasse, William, rector of Tinwald, 495.

Corbally. See Monaincha.

Corch. See Cork.

Corcomohide, Corkmoyhed [co. Limerick], parish church of St. Mary, 396.

Corcomroe, de Petrafertili [in Abbey parish, co. Clare], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 481.

-, -, Odo, abbot of, 481, 482.

-, -, abbot of. See Iiombarg.

-, -, monk of, 58, 114.

Corden alias Broun, Cordon alias Brown, Cordon alias Broun, Richard. See Brown.

Coria [Spain], Martin, bishop of. See Galos.

Cork, John, rector of Manorbier, vicar of Llanrhidian, 107.

-, Robert Holhgan alias de, Howgan alias de, chancellor of Limerick, canon of Cork and of Limerick, rector of Compton Bassett, vicar of Kinsale, abbreviator of papal letters, 166, 189, 239.

Cork, Corch [co. Cork], bishop of, papal mandatary, 442, 443.

-, John, bishop elect of. See Paston.

-, Milo, Milus (Miles), bishop of. See Fitz John.

-, Patrick, bishop of. See Raghat.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 48, 383.

-, -, See FitzJohn; Pellyn; Roche.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 166, 239, 560.

-, -, See Pellyn (Geoffrey and John).

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 44, 383.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 89.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 239.

-, -, See Roche.

-, canons of. See Barry; Galle; How-gan alias de Cork; Lowillins; Ohiar- laythe; Omongan; Orealich.

-, chapter of, invalid election by to the deanery, 560.

-, chapter, etc., of, papal letters to, 405.

-, Gill abbey, O.S.A., near St. Finbar's cave on the S.W. side of the city of, abbot of, papal mandatary, 89.

-, possessions of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, within and without, 130.

Cork and Cloyne [q.v.], Adam, bishop of. See Payn.

-, union of the sees of, 65, 66.

Corkmoyhed. See Corcomohide.

Cornel, Richard de, rector of Ecclesmachan, 238.

Cornewalch, Joan, 563.

Cornwall, archdeacon of. See Fylham.

Corr alias Garot, John, vicar of Kinsale, 94.

Corran, Dacorand and Mota [barony. co. Sligo], rectory of, 559.

Corscragiuer. See Crossraguel.

Corston. See Crofton.

Cortington, Cortyngton [co. Wilts], John Claymond of, 312.

-, -, Isalba his wife, 312.

Corton. See Crofton.

Corton Denham, Crofton [co. Somerset], 253.

Cortyngton. See Cortington.

Corydon, Roger, clerk, notary, 206.

Cossa, Baldassar. See John XXIII.

Cosyn, John, clerk, 299.

Cottingham, Cotingham [co. York, E.R.], Thomas Robynson of, 439.

-, -, William his son, scholar, 439.

Coudray, Richard, archdeacon of Bedford, canon of Shaftesbury and Bridgnorth, first portionary of Bromyard, chaplain of Polchows, 364.

Coudy or Condy, William, priest, 418.

Coue, Thomas, rector of St. Nicholas's, Calais, warden of the chantry of Holy Cross, Attleborough, in the diocese of Norwich, 279, 281, 288.

-, -, priest, of the diocese of Nor-wich, 308.

Coulsdon, Cullesdon [co. Surrey], 363.

Couper, John, priest, notary, 348.

-, Thomas, of Leverington, priest, 313.

Courey, John and Jordan. See Curci.

Courtenay, Maud, damsel, 331.

-, Philip, donsel, 379.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, damsel, 379.

Courtoys, Robert, layman, 470.

Coutances [Manche, France], canons of. See Habart; Homme.

Coventre, Conventre, Richard, rector of Bene-field. 336, 340.

Coventry, Conventri [co. Warwick], arch-deacon of. See Heyworth.

-, Benedictine priory (cathedral), prior of, 475.

-, -, -, papal mandatary, 463.

-, -, chapter of, 475.

-, Carthusian priory of St. Anne by, prior and convent of, 141.

-, chapel of Holy Trinity and St. Thomas the Martyr, 315.

-, parish church of Holy Trinity, 248.

-, parish church of St. Michael, 463.

-, mayor and aldermen of, 23.

-, chapter of the Friars Minors of the English province at, 179.

-, See Lichfield and Coventry.

Cowling, Calhyng [co. York, N.R.], William Aiscogh of, esquire, 301.

Cowlyng, Thomas, rector of St. Dominick, 315.

Cowpland, Compland, Alan, 527.

-, -, Margaret his daughter, 527.

Coychurche, Lewis, alias ap Howell, rector of Stisted, 56.

Crabbe, William, Augustinian canon, 557.

Crabhouse alias Crabb's Abbey, Cribhows [in the parish of Wiggenhall St. Mary Magdalen, co. Norfolk], Augustinian priory of St. John the Evangelist, prioress of. See Wygnale.

Craiford. See Crayford.

Crail, Caral [co. Fife], 247.

Cranborne, John, clerk, notary, 412.

Crannach, John, John de, rector of Chantenay, afterwards bishop of Caithness, after-wards of Brechin, envoy of James I to the pope, 30, 407, 408.

-, Carannach, Crannachat, Robert de, canon of Dunblane, Dunkeld and Moray, vicar of Tibbermore, 371, 405, 441.

Crapanica, Dominic de. See Capranica.

Cravant, alias Crévant, alias Crevant [near Auxerre, dep. Yonne, France], battle of (July 31, 1423), 439.

Crawley, St. Mary etc., Craule [co. Southants], 553.

Crayford alias Eard, Craiford, Eard [co. Kent], 79, 84, 256.

Creck, Peter, of Great Waldingfield, priest, 313.

Crediton, Kyrton [co. Devon], collegiate church, canon of. See Stopyndon.

Creich, Richard de, rector of Kinkell, papal chaplain and auditor, 208.

Creichton, George de, subdeacon, 565.

Creton. See Charton.

Cretton, Roger, Benedictine monk, 332.

Crewemor. See Cromer.

Crete, archbishop of, papal mandatary, 102, 132, 146.

Crevant, alias Crévant, alias Cravant (q.v.).

Crewkerne, St. Bartholomew, Crukenhorn [co. Somerset], 474.

Creyk, John, priest, 551.

Cribhows. See Crabhouse.

Cricklade, Crykkelade [co. Wilts], parish church of St. Sampson, 176, 521.

Cristi, Margaret, 312.

Cristinus, 129.

Cristofre, Thomas, 416.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 416.

Croagh, Croch [co. Limerick], prebend in Limerick, 509.

-, -, vicarage of, 171, 509.

Croft, Crost [co. Lincoln], 506, 538.

Crofton, diocese of Salisbury [? Corton or Corston, in Hilmarton parish, co. Wilts], chapel of, 225.

-, diocese of Wells. See Corton Denham.

Croghan. See Kilcorbry.

Croisby, Nicholas, vicar of Holy Trinity, Coventry, 248.

Crokker, John, esquire, 431, 432.

Cromayht, Cromayht. See Croom.

Cromber, Juliana, 414.

Cromer, Crewemor, Crowmer [co. Norfolk], hermitage at, 421.

-, Thomas Richeman of, donsel, 336.

-, -, Isabel his wife, 336.

-, See also Shipden.

Croom, Cromayht, Cromayth [co. Limerick], 75.

Cropford. See Copford.

Cropredy, Cropry alias Croprydi [co. Oxford], 199, 568.

Cros alias Inysgluayr. See Cross.

Crosbuythyn. See Crossboyne.

Crosby Garrett, Crosby Gerarde [co. West-moreland], 220.

Crosby. See Croisby.

Croscurnayn (probably in Stradbally parish, co. Galway), prebend in Kilmacduagh, 293.

Crosmolina. See Crossmolina.

Cross, Chroys, Cros alias Inisgluayr [in Kil-more parish, co. Mayo], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 91, 559.

Crossboyne, Crosbuythyn, Croysbuythyn [co. Mayo], 95, 96.

-, See also Kilcurnan.

Crosseland, Robert, of York, priest, 316.

Crossethwayt. See Cresthwaite.

Crossmolina, Crosmolina [co. Mayo], Augus-tinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 91.

Crosspatrick. See Loggan.

Crossraguel, Corscragiuer [in Kirkoswald parish co. Ayr], Cluniac abbey, Roland, abbot of, afterwards abbot of Paisley, 291.

Crost. See Croft.

Crosthwaite, St. Kentigern, Crossethwayt [co. Cumberland], 538.

Croucheston, William, canon of Llandaff, rector of Overton, 246, 247.

Crowe, Godfrey, rector of Geldeston, 517.

-, Thomas, priest, 535.

Crowland [co. Lincoln], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, patronage of, 507.

Crowlodmedwe. SeeChatteris.

Crownall, Henry, a Hospitaller, 311, 317.

Crowmer. See Cromer.

Croysar, William. See Croyser.

Croysbuythyn. See Crossboyne.

Croyse, John, abbot of Fore, 59.

-, See Cruys

Croyser, Croysar, Croysier, William, arch-deacon of Lothian and of Teviotdale, precentor and canon of Moray, subdean and canon of Dunkeld, canon of Glas-gow and Ross, rector of Cavers and of Gogar, rector of Fetteresso, rector commendatary of Kirkgunzeon, vicar of Innerleithen, litigant about the rectory of Torbolton, member of the pope's household, papal acolyte and nuncio, 10, 20, 66, 67, 73, 92, 93, 99, 118, 138–140, 344, 358, 360, 361, 400, 511.

-, -, -, envoy from Scotland to the pope, 464, 465.

Cruczelingen. See Kreuzlingen.

Cruggleton, Crukilton [in Sorbie parish, co. Wigtown], 526.

Crukenhorn. See Crewkerne.

Cruggleton, Crukilton [in Sorbie parish, co.Wigtown], 526.

Crukenhorn. See Crewkerne.

Crukilton. See Cruggleton.

Crumby, Andrew de, layman, 518, 519.

Cruys, William, rector of Ballymore, 203, 204.

-, See Croyse.

Crwcher, John, rector of Fletching, 433.

Crykkelade. See Cricklade.

Crystow, Thomas, rector of Challacombe, 533.

Cuil Cnamha, Culcnamba [parishes of Skreen and Dromard, co. Sligo], 294.

Cuil O'Flynn. See Cuylofflaynd.

Culdaff, Culdabtha [co. Donegal], 395, 396.

Culdea, See Coola.

Cullesdon. See Coulsdon.

Culmin. See Coolmine.

Culrathyn alias Culrath. See Coleraine.

Culross, Celcros, Culros [co. Perth], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 290, 426.

-, -, monk of, 561.

Cults, Qwilt [co. Fife], 444.

Cumnock, Comnok, Cumnok, Cunnok [co. Ayr], 241, 242, 258, 425.

Cunky alias Okassyn. See Quin.

Cunnok. See Cumnock.

Cuoygnys. See Currans.

Curci (Courcy), Jordan de, a benefactor of St. Mary's abbey, Dublin, 130, 131.

-, -, John his brother, 130.

Curke, Ocuyrk, John, dean of Ossory, sometime vicar of Callan, 70, 164.

Curlw, John, bishop of Dromore, 132, 422.

Currans, Cuoygnys [co. Kerry], 351.

Cursun, Richard, donsel, 305, 309.

Curteys, William, priest, 313.

Cusac, Geoffrey de, knight, 131.

Cuxton, Cokylston [co. Kent], 301.

Cuylofflaynd (i.e. Cuil O'Flynn), de Inismoyr-maghangody (? Inishmagrath, co. Lei- trim), 229.

Cybiton. See Sibton.

Cyllcaeyl. See Kilkeel.

Cyllerunnchyr alias Cinalheyn. See Ballynakill.

Cyrsetyr, John, a Friar Preacher, 450.