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'Index: C', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 11: July-December 1536 (1888), pp. 617-629. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75503 Date accessed: 16 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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C . . . dbete, Cumb. (qu. Caldbeck?), 1331.

Caddebury, Hants, g. 202 (29).

Caermarthen. See Carmarthen.

Cairo (Keyro), 18.

Caishell. See Cashel.

Caister Hall, Norf., letter dated at, 327.

Caistor (Caster, Kastur, Castre, Kester) Linc., 533–4, 553, 568, 715, 717, 780 ii (Ankaster. See 715 n.), 828 i., iii., xii., 853–4 (p. 344), 968 (p. 390), 970–1, 973.

-, captains of, 715, 717.

- field, 568.

- hill, 853.

- Moor (the More), 568 (p. 226).

- market place, 853.

Calais (Calles), 4, 7 (p. 9), 12, 13, 31 (p. 18), 34, 39, 63, 100, 144, 217, 275, 277–80, 292, 298, 345–6, 356–7, 370, 381 C, 410, 420–2, 436, 440, 461, 471–2, 488, 499, 506–7, 573 (p. 228), 633, 710, 735, 797, 977, 1021, 1072, 1089, 1098, 1108, 1129, 1132, 1142, 1158, 1189–93, 1213, 1289, 1311, 1342, 1346, 1379, 1388, 1397, 1498:—g. 202 (21, 24, 26, 38), 385 (8, 13, 28), 519 (5).

-, letters dated at, 161, 183, 232, 263, 323, 452, 498, 572, 814, 881, 1189, 1261, 1378.

-, letter to the officers of, 977.

Calais, places in:—
-, Beauchamp tower, 488.
-, Brayes, 488.
-, Bullen or Boleyn Gate, 144, 498:— g. 385 (13).
-, Bullingsgate or Bullyngate Street, 488.
-, Castle, 488, 1342.
-, Dublin (Dubilyn, &c.) tower, 488.
-, the Exchequer, 323.
-, Fortifications of, g. 385 (13).
-, Gempe. See under G.
-, Haven of, 46 ("that haven").
-, Heremytage, 498.
-, Kirbies or Kyrbyes tower, 488, 498.
-, Lantern Gate, 488.
-, Maidens tower, 488.
-, Marsh, the. See Mayne brook.
-, Mayne brook alias Wingfield's Marsh, 34, 46, 94.
-, -, bill for the, i.e., resumption of Sir Robt. Wingfield's patent. See Wingfield, Sir R.
-, Mylgate, 488.
-, Newenham Bridge (Newnham, Nyewnambrygge), 161, 218, 232, 488.
-, Old Calais, 144.
-, Our Lady tower, 488.
-, English Pale, 183, 218, 420–1, 684, 697, 710, 798, 882, 905, 1000, 1190.
-, Paradise sluice, 144.
-, parishes (named), 56.
-, Pitham (Pythain), 292: —g. 202 (21).
-, -, parson of. See Hall, Nich.
-, Rysebank, 488.
-, St. Nicholas parish, g. 385 (13).
-, St. Peter's parish, 56.
-, Sister House, 144.
-, Snayle tower, 144.
-, Staple Inn (formerly Princes Inn), g. 519 (5).
-, the Town ditch, 144.
-, Wall of, 39, 144.
-, -, "Wenlockes quarter," 39.
-, Watergate, 488.
-, Westbrayes, 488.
-, Works and workmen (masons, &c.) at, 144, 288, 341, 381 C., 418, 436, 498.

Calais, Crown and other officers, &c. at:—
-, Commissary of, 483.
-, Comptroller. See Howard, Lord Edmond.
-, Council of, 161, 183, 241, 1142, 1305.
-, -, letter from, 161.
-, -, letter to, 1142.
-, Deputy of. See Lisle, lord.
-, Hangman (executioner) of, 301, 381 A.
-, Keeper of the Walls, 1498 (1).
-, Knight porter. See Palmer, Sir Thos.
-, Marshal, 1498 (1). See Grenville, Sir Ric.
-, Mayor and aldermen, letter from, 263.
-, Office of the Lantern, 207.
-, retinue of, 323, 1189, 1311:—g. 385 (8).
-, secretary at, 298.
-, Staple and staplers of, 498, 1494.
-, Surveyor of works. See Lelegrave, Wm. (dec.); Lee, Ric. (1536).
-, Treasurer's accounts of, 506.
-, Vice-treasurer. See Fowler, Robt.
-, View of the ordnance at, 488.

Calais, Act (or Ordinances) for, 298:—g. 385 (8).

Calais, "Declaration of," 40 (p. 24).

Calais pursuivant, 1158.

Calard, Ric., 1419 i., ii.

Calawey. See Cayleway.

Calceworth (Canswell), Linc., wapentake of, 967 x.

Caldbeck (?), Cumb., 1331 ("C . . . dbete")

Calder (Callder) river in Yorkshire, 929 (P.S.).

Calier, Colnet, 697.

Calledge Park, Nthld., 153.

Calsidone (i.e. Chalcedon), bp. of. See Mackerel, Matth.

Calthrop, Ph., 580 (4).

Caluerd. See Calvert.

Calverley (Caveley), Hew., 164 (2).

-, Wm., 522.

Calvert (Caluerd), Gervaise, 762.

Calwich, Staff., 1411.

-, priory of (supp.), 1411.

Calyce, 779 (p. 300).

Camberwell (Camerwell), Surr., App. 8.

Cambono. See Chambord.

Cambray, Treaty of (1529), 7 (p. 4, 5), 40, 147 (p. 63), 184, 390, 479 (p. 194), 528 (p. 215).

Cambrege. See Cambridge.

Cambridge (Cambreg), 642, 659–60, 671, 725, 738, 775, 776, 816–17, 845, 864, 884, 1226, 1228, 1241.

-, letters dated at, 27, 246, 297, 548, 594, 727, 800, 802, 825, 829.

-, mayor of, 580 (4).
-, Carmelite Friars, 246.
-, Mawdelyn Bridge, 625.

Cambridge University, 594.

-, letter from the vice-chancellor and university, 27.

-, chancellor of. See Cromwell, Thomas.

-, vice-chancellor, 27, 580 (4).

Cambridge University:—
-, Benet College, 192.
-, -, master of, 192.
-, Queen's College, letter from master and fellows, 246.
-, St. John's College, 548, 1480.

Cambridge (Cambrege), John, vicar of Rainham, 1495 n.

Cambridgeshire, 580 (pp. 233–5):—g. 519 (22), 1217 (23).

-, sheriff of (1536–7). See Cromwell, Ric.

Camerstain near Schwobach, 1378.

-, letter dated at, 1142.

-, castellan of. See Stauber, Sir Laur.

Camerwell. See Camberwell.

Campaignes, Henry Palmer's place near Calais, 653, 697, 798, 832, 882, 962.

Campden, Glouc., 841.

Campeggio, Laurence, cardinal, bp. of Salisbury (deprived 1534), 163 ("the legate"), 286, 438.

-, -, his brother the bishop, 286.

Campeggio, Mark Antonio, brother of Laurence, 438.

Campion (Campyon), Chr., mercer, 410, 797, 889, 951, 1072, 1132, 1256, 1262.

Campsey (Campsie) Ash, Suff., 1493.

-, nunnery of (supp.), Suff., 1493.

Canaples (Kanapillis), John de Crequi sieur de, 631.

Canbury. See Canonbury.

Candellar, —, 480.

Candisshe. See Cavendish.

Canell, Robt., priest, 1404.

Canford (Candfford), Dors., 163 (p. 71):— g. 1217 (6).

Canin, Signor. See Gonzaga, Canigno de.

Cannington, Soms., church of, 1450.

-, nunnery of (supp.), 1450.

-, -, late prioress of, 1450.

-, late vicar of. See Adams, —.

-, vicar of. See Bonde, John.

Canonbury (Canbury), Midd., 135 (bis).

Canonization, 86 (2).

Canswell. See Calceworth.

Canterbury, 19 (see Errata), 108–9, 382, 464, 476, 861, 1133, 1254:—g. 1417 (28).

-, indenture with the city of London, 19 (see Errata).

-, letters dated at, 476, 1052–3.
-, Black Friars, prior of, 361.
-, Castle of, 1445.
-, Christchurch Cathedral, 361, 580 (1, 4), 1052–3.
-, -, Thomas Goldwell, prior of, 580 (1, 4), 1052–3:—App. 8, 16.
-, -, -, letters from, 1052–3.
-, the King's gaol at, 464, 1133.
-, St. Augustine's, abbot of, 580 (1, 4):— App. 8.
-, St. Paul's without the Walls, g. 1417 (28).

Canterbury, abp. of, 1182 (2):—g. 1217 (22). See Cranmer, Thos.

-, -, his chancellor, 168 (p. 74).

Canterbury, abp. of (in 1509). See Warham, Wm.

-, clergy of the province of, 956.

Cantie, —, 1157 (p. 465).

Canwyke mill in St. Botolph's parish, g. 519 (6).

Cao. See Kew.

Capell, Sir Giles, 195, 580 (pp. 232–4), 670:— g. 202 (9).

-, Sir Henry, 580 (2).

Capon, John, bp. of Bangor, abbot of Hyde, afterwards bp. of Salisbury, 60, 124 (2), 580 (5), 670, 1055.

-, -, signature, 60, 124 (2).

Captain, the (i.e., of the Yorkshire rebels). See Aske, Robert.

Caracciolo (Carachelus, Carrachelus, Garraice), Marino, cardinal, governor of Milan (1536), 179, 235, 287, 437 (p. 175), 443 (p. 179), 479 (p. 190), 779 (p. 300), 1305.

Carachelus. See Caracciolo.

Caraffa, Gian Pietro, bishop of Chieti (Chete), 376, 402, 513, 654 (see Notes), 1100.

Cardemaker, Robert, 972 (p. 398).

Cardiff, in Wales, 696.

Cardiganshire, g. 943 (13).

Cardinals, the college of, 975 (fo. 4.)

Cardinals (legates) sent to treat between France and the Emperor, 15 (p. 13), 147 (p. 63), 179, 287, 443 (p. 179). See Caracciolo, Marino, and Trivulcis, Augustine.

Carek Ogunyll. See Carrigogunnell.

Carelhill. See Carlisle.

Carew, Sir Nich., master of the Horse, 560, 580 (1, 2, p. 233):—App. 8, 9.

-, -, letter to, 500. (See End.)

Carew, Gawin, g. 1417 (17).

-, Sir George, sheriff of Devonshire (1536–7), 580 (p. 234):—g. 1217 (23).

- (Carow), George, 413, 580 (p. 233), 670, 1181.

-, Thos., 580 (p. 233), 670.

Carignano (Carignanum), in Piedmont, 744.

Carle, Loys, 1359.

Carleton or Carltone, Linc., 805, 828 i. (2), vi.

Carletone, Yorks., 927.

Carleton. See Carlton.

Carlingford, in Ireland, 310.

Carlisle (Kerlesle), 742, 927, 993, 1002, 1086 (p. 437), 1207, 1228, 1236 (p. 501), 1242, 1299, 1331, 1392.

-, letters dated at, 319, 666.

-, castle of, 927, 1228, 1331.

-, church of, 1331.

-, -, prior of, 1392.

-, market place, 1331.

-, mayor of, 1086 (p. 437), 1331, 1392.

Carlisle, John Kite, bp. of, 319, 528 (p. 215), 576 (p. 230), 580 (5), 1261, 1410, 1419.

Carlisle (Carelhill) herald (Leonard Warcop), 910.

Carlow (Catherlough, Catherlaghe) county, in Ireland, 259 (p. 110), 521, 574, 1414.

Carlow (Catherlogh) town, 521.

Carlton or Carleton, —, Cromwell's servant, 141.

-, Mr., of Walton, 1452.

-, Ant., 1436.

-, George, 1355.

Carmagnola (Cremynolle), in Piedmont, 201.

Carman, Arnold, Fleming, 263 (2).

Carmarthen (Caermerden, Kermerthyn, Kermerddyn), in Wales, 1427–8:— g. 943 (13).

-, letter dated at, 965.

-, Grey Friars at, 1428.

-, priory of, 340.

-, prior of, 340.

-, Thos. Lloyd's school, 1428.

Carmichael (Carmechell), Ric., 916.

Carnaby, —, 135 (bis qu. Sir Reynold).

-, —, "Old Carnabie," 689.

-, (Carnebe), Sir Reynold, 135 (? ter), 449, 529, 535, 1207, 1236 (p. 501).

-, -, his father, 535.

Carnarvonshire, in Wales, sheriffwick of, 1272.

-, sheriff of. See Bulkeley, Sir Ric.

Carne (Kern), Edw., LL.D., 1419 i., ii.

Carnebe. See Carnaby.

Caron, Nich., letters from, 1498 (10, 11).

Carpentar, John, 1434.

Carpentras, in Italy, 1435.

Carpentras, bp. of. See Sadolet, James.

Carrachelus. See Caracciolo.

Carre, Robt., of Sleaford, examination of, 969.

-, -, his wife, 969 (p. 392).

Carreke Ogunell. See Carrigogunell.

Carrick, in Ireland, letter dated at, 281.

-, Castle of, 574 (p. 229).

Carrigogunnell (Carrickogynnell, Carek Ogunyell, Caryk, Karyek, &c.) castle or peel in Ireland, 257, 259 i., ii., 266, 282, 332–3, 350.

-, constable of. See O'Brien, Matthew.

Carshalton (Cassalton), Surr., g. 202 (41).

Carter, John, pirate, 1334 ii.

-, Thos., 580 (p. 234):—g. 1217 (20).

Carthage, council of, 124 (8).

Carthusian Order, the, 244.

Carthusians executed in 1535, 1422.

Cartmell, Lanc., 1092, 1155 (2).

-, priory of, 608, 947 (2), 1279.

-, prior of, 947 (2), 1279.

-, -, letter to, 1279.

Cary, John, g. 202 (44).

Caryk Ogennyll. See Carrigogunnell.

Casale (Cassayle), in Monferrat, 1305 (p. 529).

Casale (Casali), Sir Gregory da, 70, 154, 179, 181–2, 744, 963, 1131.

-, -, letters from, 70, 179, 181, 744, 963.

Casale, John da, prothonotary, bp. of Belluno, brother of Sir Gregory (died 1536), 70, 179 (p. 78), 182, 963.

-, -, letters from, 182.

Casale, Francisco da, brother of Sir Gregory, 179 (p. 78).

Cashel (Casshell, Caishell), in Ireland, 257, 281, 333.

-, letter dated at, 350.

Cashel (Casshell, Cassell), Edm. Butler, abp. of, 69, 259 ii., 350.

-, -, sig. of, 350.

Caspe, in Arragon, bailly of St. John's. See Omedes, John.

Cassalton. See Carshalton.

Cassayle. See Casale.

Casshell. See Cashel.

Cassy, the King's servant, 1149.

Castelforth, Dan Robt., letter from, 1287.

Castell, Thos., 580 (4).

Castellerhault. See Chatelleraut.

Castelnau, Ant. de, bishop of Tarbes, French ambassador in England, 7 (pp. 3–6, 9), 8, 9 (p. 11), 28 (pp. 15– 16, "ambassadors of both princes"), 40 (pp. 20–3), 41, 63, 80, 108, 146, 147 (p. 61, 63–4), 151, 167, 209, 219, 228, 286–7, 304–5, 316, 358–9 (p. 145), 435, 445, 469, 499, 516 (p. 207), 984, 1091, 1143 (pp. 458–9), 1334, 1363.

-, -, letters from, 146, 435.

-, -, servants of, 1334, 1363.

Castelnau, Charles de, brother of the bishop of Tarbes, 1334.

Castelyn, Wm., mercer, 1419 ii.

Caster. See Caistor.

Castleacre priory, Norf., prior of, 580 (4):— App. 16.

Castle Dermot, in Ireland, St. John's priory, 1416.

Castrope, Linc., 975 (fo. 3).

Casy, Robt., 310.

Catherlogh. See Carlow.

Catlin (Cattelyn), Robt., 381 B.

Caton. See Catton.

Cattelyn. See Catlin.

Cattle and beasts, marking of, 650, 826, 828 vi., 841, 1047.

Catton (Caton), Dan Peter, of St. Albans 354.

-, Ric., canon of Barlings, 805, 827 ii.

-, Robt. See St. Albans, abbot of.

Catysby, Ric., sig. of, 431, 648.

Caundisshe. See Cavendish.

Cavalcanti, John, letter from, 308.

Cavallary, John, 1497.

Cave North (Northcave), Yorks, g. 519 (1).

Cave, Robt., 842 (4).

-, Thos., 931, 1137:—g. 202 (13 N).

-, -, sig. of, 931.

-, -, letter from, 1137.

Caveley. See Calveley.

Cavenaghs. See Kavanaghs.

Cavendish, Candyshe, Caundisshe, &c:—

-, George, 354 ii.

-, John, 1077, 1085, 1120, 1169–70, 1285.

-, -, letters from, 1077, 1169–70.

-, Ric., 303, 310, 381a (bis), 580 (p. 233):—g. 385 (17).

-, -, sig. of, 303.

-, Wm., 406, 419, 424–5, 450, 641, 830, 1419.

-, -, letters from, 406, 425, 641, 830.

Cawood (Cawod), Yorks., 689, 841 (p. 333), 1336.

-, -, letters dated at, 586, 1300.

Cawood (Cawod), Mr., 622.

Cawse, Wm., 168 (p. 74).

Cawthorne, Wm., 969 (p. 392).

Cayleway (Calawey), John, or Sir John, 580 (p. 233–4).

- (Keyleway), John, captain in Ireland, 934.

Cayme. See Kyme.

Cayne, John, of Louth, 975 (p. 402).

Cayrus, Thos., 608.

Cecil (Cicell, Sicyll), David, g. 1417 (23,25).

Cedbarr. See Sedbergh.

Ceri (Cere), John Paul Ursinus de, 70, 179 (p. 78).

Chafyn, Thos., g. 202 (2).

Chalcot, Chalcote, Chalkott, or Chalkett, Walter, 580 (2), 643, 670, 837:— g. 1417 (23, 25).

Chalenoure. See Chaloner.

Chaloner (Challenour), George, 135 (p. 56).

- (Chalanarr), Robert, 695 ii., 960, 1127, 1155 (4), 1243 (2).

-, -, letter from, 1127.

- (Chalenoure), Roger, 135.

Chamber, Dr., 834.

- (Chambre), Mr., 868.

Chamberlain (Chaumberlen), —, 1157 (p. 465).

Chamberlaine, Sir Edw., 580 (p. 233):— g. 1217 (20).

Chambord (Cambono, Ciambour, Cambuoy, Cambour), near Blois, in France, letters dated at, 1183, 1194, 1203.

Chamlay. See Cholmley.

Chamond, Sir John, sheriff of Cornwall (1536–7), 580 (p. 235), 810 (the bearer), 954. [The two letters 810 and 954 seem to be of a later year, as Sir John Chamond was not made sheriff till Nov. 1536]:—g. 1217 (23).

Champeneys (Champneys), Sir John, lord mayor of London (1534–5), 195, 1220, 1419 ii.

Champernon, Katharine, letter from, 639.

-, -, her father, 639.

-, Sir Philip, 580 (pp. 232, 234), 670:— g. 1217 (23).

Chancellor, lord. See Audeley, Sir Thos.

Chancellor [of Augmentations], Mr. See Riche, Ric.

Chancery, Court of, 1246 (p. 507).

Chanell, Thos., 1498 (4).

Channel, the, 1258.

Chanp, Lancelot de, 905.

Chapel Royal. See under Windsor.

Chapman, John, 968 (p. 390), 970.

Chapuys, Eustace, Imperial ambassador, letters from, 7–9, 40–2, 80–2, 147–9, 219–21, 285–7, 316, 358–9, 368, 389– 90, 479, 528, 576, 597, 698 [1143], 1258.

-, -, letters to, 284, 306, 437, 441–2.

-, -, other references to, 28 ("ambassadors of both princes"), 64, 145 (2), 146, 154, 184, 209, 230, 315, 320, 367, 381 A, 435, 469 (p. 187), 493–4, 610, 713, 891, 1001, 1081, 1124, 1143, 1159–60, 1261, 1358.

-, -, his nephew, 713–14.

-, -, -, letter from, 714.

Charford South, Hants, g. 1217 (6).

Charles V., Emperor, letters from 35, 283–4, 437, 441–2.

-, letters to, 7, 40, 80, 145, 147, 154, 219, 230, 285, 315, 358, 389, 479, 528, 576, 610, 891, 1159.

-, other references to, 1, 8, 9, 15, 28, 36, 41–2, 64, 70, 76, 81–2, 95, 146, 148–51, 179, 181–2, 184, 209, 210 (p. 93), 220–1, 235, 239, 254, 295, 299, 304–6, 314, 316, 328, 330, 359, 367–8, 378, 383, 388, 390, 428, 435, 439, 443, 445, 469, 471, 475, 498, 508, 513, 597, 631, 656, 667, 714 (p. 276), 744, 779, 798, 841 (p. 333), 848, 861, 907, 925, 963–4, 1000, 1073, 1081, 1100, 1102, 1131, 1143, 1170, 1173, 1183, 1189, 1200, 1275, 1296, 1305, 1341, 1358, 1436:—g. 1217 (27).

-, negociations with (mostly in Chapuys' letters), 367, 389, 441–2.

-, -, commissioners for (Cromwell, Foxe, and Sampson), 390, 479.

-, rival claims of Charles V. and Francis I., 383.

-, a bastard daughter of, marries the Count du Pynney, 1275.

-, his army (Imperialists), and camp, 7, 15, 35, 70, 147 (pp. 62, 64), 179, 181–2, 235, 254, 283–4, 328, 437, 443, 469, 475, 479 (pp. 192, 194–5), 528 (p. 214), 631, 744, 779, 1081.

-, his court, 147 (p. 61), 528 (p. 214).

-, his speech in the Consistory (Easter 1536), and rejoinder to Francis' reply, 40, 42, 479 (p. 190).

-, his army in Flanders. See under Flanders.

-, his army on the Spanish frontier, 254.

-, his Council, 1073.

-, cost of his armies, 389 (p. 159–60).

-, ambassadors with:—
-, English. See Pate, Ric.
-, French (at Easter 1536). See Vely, Claude de, and Mâcon, Chas. bp. of (ambassador with the Pope).
-, Papal nuncio, 437 (p. 175), 779.
-, Venetian, 779.

Charles, duke of Orleans (1536), duke of Angoulême (until 1536), third son of Francis I., 7 (pp. 3, 5), 147 (p. 60), 285 (p. 121), 304, 445 (p. 180), 469, 479 (p. 191), 848, 984, 1091 (See Notes), 1119, 1143 (pp. 458–9).

Charleton, Cuthb., of Bellingham, 1155 (2).

-, Edw., of Hesleyside 1155 (2).

- (Charlton), Sir Ric., attainted, g. 943 (3, 22).

Charnocke, Edw., 117.

- (Charnoke), Wm., 1230.

Charssey. See Chertsey.

Charton, —, 1334.

Chatelleraut (Castellerhault), Chastel Erald, in France, letters dated at, 953, 964, 976.

Chatteris nunnery, Camb., g. 385 (22).

-, abbess of. See Seton, Anne.

Chaumberlen. See Chamberlain.

Chauntrell, Robt., g. 202 (13 N, 19).

Checheley. See Chicheley.

Chechester. See Chichester.

Chelmsford, Essex, 626, 671.

Chelsea (Chelseheth, Chelshith), Midd., g. 202 (4, 29).

-, letter dated at, 162.

-, church of, g. 202 (4).

Chenie or Cheney. See Cheyney.

Chenies (Cheynes), Bucks, letter dated at, 225.

Chepstow, Monm., letter dated at, 696.

Cherryburton, Yorks., 879 (2):—g. 519 (1).

Chertsey (Charssey, Chersey), Surr., letters dated at, 250, 253, 271, 277:—App. 4: —g. 385 (20, 22–4, 28–9), 1217 (22).

-, John abbot of, App. 8.

Chertsey, Robt., mercer, 1419 ii.

Cheseman, Robt., 580 (p. 233).

Cheseworth, letter dated at, 636.

Cheshire (co. palatine of Chester), 349, 574 (p. 229), 681, 807, 947 (2), 1022, 1031, 1060, 1178, 1227 (p. 496), 1097, 1236, 1251, 1253, 1310, 1410 (3):—g. 202 (19), 385 (7), 1217 (23).

-, sheriff of, (1535–6 and 1536–7). See Dutton, Sir Piers.

Cheshunt (Chesthunt, &c.), nunnery (supp.), Herts, g. 519 (12).

Chester (Westchester), 14, 486, 934, 1019, 1212.

-, petition from the city, 1453.

-, letters dated at, 14, 22.

-, mayor and sheriffs of, 1497.

-, abbot of. See Byrchynshawe, John.

-, chamberlain of. See Maunsell, Sir Rice.

-, deputy chamberlain of. See Brereton, Sir Wm.

-, recordership of, 1497.

-, castle, 486, 1212.

-, Exchequer of, 22.

-, gaol of, 1019.

Chester, bp. of. See Lee, Roland.

Chester herald. See Jackson, Randolph.

Chesthunt. See Cheshunt.

Chete. See Chieti.

Cheynes. See Chenies.

Cheyney (Cheyne), Sir Thos., Warden of the Cinque Port, 323, 418, 580 (pp. 232– 4), 1364:—App. 8.

-, -, letters from, 418, 1364.

Cheyney (Cheney), Chr., 580 (p. 234).

- (Chenie, Cheynye), John, 580 (pp. 232, 234), 670, 1386.

-, -, letter from, 1386.

- (Cheyne), Robt., 580 (p. 234).

Chicheley, Henry, abp. of Canterbury (1414– 43), 79.

-, (Checheley), Thos., 580 (pp. 233–4), 670, 844 ii.

Chichester (Chechestre), Sussex, 169, 380, 545, 580 (p. 234), 908 (2):—g. 202 (37 bis).

-, letter to the town, 908 (2).

-, mayor and bailiffs of, 545.

-, cathedral of, 380.

Chichester, bishop of (Cicestrensis). See Sampson, Ric. [1536–43]; Sherburn, Robt. [1508–36].

-, -, suffragan of. See Hoo, Wm.

Chichester, Bpric. of, 1327:—g. 202 (6), 385 (27), 1417 (16).

Chiddingfold (Chydyngfold), Surr. and Suss., 920 (2):—g. 202 (37).

Chidley, Rob., 1419 iii.

Chief Baron of the Exchequer. See Lister, Sir Ric.

Chief Justice of Common Pleas. See Baldwin, Sir John.

Chieti (Chete), bp. of. See Caraffa, Gian Pietro.

Childe (Chylde), Harry, 972 (p. 398).

Childs Ercall (Chyldysercall), Salop, 177, 247, 459.

Childwell Lane, near Colchester, g. 519 (9).

Chipchace (Chipchese), Nthld., g. 1417 (3).

Chirk, Denb., 164, 509:—g. 943 (1, 23).

-, castle of, g. 943 (1, 23).

Chirkland, Denb.. 509:—g. 943 (1, 23).

Chobham, Surr., 1452.

Cholderyngton, Wilts., g. 202 (29).

Cholmeley (Chamlay, Chomley), Sir Roger, serjeant at law, 23, 119, 580 (p. 233):—g. 202 (9), 1419 ii.

-, -, letter from, 119.

Cholmeley (Chomley), Sir Roger, the elder, 688 (3).

-, Ric., 1310.

- (Cholmondley, Chomley), Wm., 381 B.

Chomley. See Cholmeley.

Chorley, Lanc., 1230.

Christchurch (Crechurche), Hants, g. 1217 (6).

Christiaens, Hubert, letter from, 1341.

Christiern III. (or Christian), king of Denmark, duke of Holstein, 80, 505, 1109, 1203, 1296.

-, -, letter to, 1109.

Christmas (Cristemas), John, of Colchester, 580 (p. 234–5), g. 519 (9).

- (Cristimas), Ralph, g. 202 (41).

Christopherus, Magister. See Mont, Chr.

Church of England, 72 (p. 35), 91 (p. 43), 407 (2 ii.), 552, 576, 585 (p. 238), 622, 705, 790, 826, 828, 841 (p. 333), 848, 853–4, 872, 902 (2), 957, 967, 1064, 1110, 1182 (2), 1410 (4).

-, ceremonies of, 80, 147 (p. 64).

Church of Rome, universal Church, &c., 72–4, 76, 84–5, 115, 124 (9), 173, 210, 229 (p. 100), 269, 358, 361, 401–2, 441, 479 (pp. 190, 195), 655, 698, 848, 860, 862, 892, 1081, 1173. See also Pope.

Church Langton, Leic., g. 1217 (8).

Chy—. See Chi—.

Ciambour. See Chambord.

Cicell. See Cecil.

Cicestr. See Chichester.

Cifuentes, Fernando de Silva, count of, Imperial ambassador at Rome, 7 (p. 8), 154, 230, 315, 359, 576, 597, 610, 891, 1081, 1159.

-, -, letters from, 154, 230, 315, 610, 891, 1159.

Clacton (Clakton) Magna, Essex, g. 202 (44).

Clacton Parva, Essex, g. 202 (44).

Clapham, Beds., g. 1417 (5).

Clapham, George, 164 (2).

Clarencieux, king of arms. See Hawley, Thos.

Clarke, Mr., of Southwark, 302.

-, Ric., 975 (fo. 8):—g. 1417 (23, 52). See also Clerk.

Clartonwell (Clerkenwell). See London.

Clatford, Upper, Hants, g. 202 (29).

Clattercotts, Ric., 975 (p. 402).

Claveryng, Rob., g. 1417 (3).

Claymond (Cleyemond), John, president of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, g. 943 (17).

Clayton, Alex., 1060.

Clement VII., Pope (1523–34), 443 (p. 179).

Clement, Joyce, Fleming, 263 (2).

-, Sir Ric., App. 8.

-, Robt., 276.

Clementhorpe. See under York.

Clenell, Wm., 153.

Clergy, the, 83–5, 106, 124, 179, 377, 650, 1245–6 (1, 3).

-, -, injunctions to. See Injunctions.

Clerk, Chr., 1343 ii.

- (Clerc), Edm., letters from, 1455–6.

- (Clarke), Sir John, 446, 580 (p. 234), 1406:—g. 1217 (20).

-, -, letter to, 446.

-, John, g 202 (4).

-, Thos., of Somerset, 580 (pp. 232, 234).

-, Thos., g. 943 (4). See also Clarke.

Clerkenwell. See London.

Clero. See Clyro.

Cleveland Yorks., 760 (2), 1294.

Cleybroke, Stephen, g. 943 (10).

Cleymonde. See Claymond.

Cliderow. See Clitheroe.

Cliff South (Southclyf), Yorks., g. 519 (1).

Clifford, Henry lord, son of the earl of Cumberland, 742, 927, 993, 1002, 1005, 1064 (2), 1096, 1155 (4), 1207, 1228, 1235–6, 1299, 1331.

Clifford, Eleanor lady, wife of the preceding, daughter of duke of Suffolk and the French queen, 1236 n.

Clifford, Sir Thomas, captain of Berwick (1536), 243, 398, 400, 1235–6 (p. 501), 1365:—g. 385 (10), 1417 (3).

-, -, letter from, 398.

Clifford (Clyfford), — spear of Calais, 13, 951.

-, Mr., 255.

-, Edw., g. 519 (15), 1217 (10).

Clifton, Westmld., g. 519 (1).

Clifton or Clyfton, Mr., 1392.

-, —, son-in-law to Sir John Neville, 1025.

-, Gervaise, letter from, 1042.

Clinton, Edward lord, husband of lady Tailboys, 5, 139 i., iv., 576 (p. 230 n.), 580 (5), 587, 590, 625, 656, 714, 852, 969:—App. 9:—g. 202 (13).

-, -, letter from, 590.

Clitheroe (Cliderow), Lanc., 892 (2).

Clonmell, in Ireland, 333, 350.

Clopton alias Cloptonhall, Essex, g. 202 (36).

Cloterbock, Thos., 1434.

Clothmakers or clothiers. See Weavers.

Cloths, 239. See also Wool.

Cloyne, bp. of. See Cork and Cloyne.

Clumnok. See Clynnog.

Clutton, —, 313.

Clyff, Dr. Wm., 60 (sig.).

Clynnog (Clumnok) Vawr, in Wales, 1055.

Clyro (Clero), in Elvell, Radnorsh., g. 385 (19).

Cnossyngton. See Knossington.

Cobb, Wm., 841 (p. 333).

Cobbe, Wm., vicar of Hearn, 464.

Cobbler, Captain. See Melton, Nich.

Cobham, George Brooke lord, 5, 104, 139 i., iv., 580 (pp. 232, 234, 236).

Cobham, Thos., Brooke lord, dec., 1483.

Coche. See Cowche.

Cochlæus, John, 1422, 1481.

Cocke, John, of Mablethorpe, 975 (fo. 3).

Cockerington (Cocryngton), Linc., 975 (fo. 5).

-, vicar of. See Holton, Wm.

Cockermouth (Cokermothe), Cumb., 1392, 1475.

Cocks or Cockes. See Cox.

Cocryngton. See Cockerington.

Coddington, Ric., 586.

Cofferer, Mr. See Pekham, Edm.

Coffin (Coffen), Wm., 674, 772, 851, 853, 1271.

-, -, a servant of, 1271.

Coggeshall (Coxsale), Essex, 393.

-, letter dated at, 393.

-, abbey of, 392:—g. 385 (37).

-, abbot of, 393:—g. 385 (37).

Coghton and Walford, Heref., 412.

Coguy. See Coni.

Coign and livery, Irish custom of, 200.

Coinage, 45, 310:—g. 519 (3).

Cok, Peter, Fleming, 263 (2).

Coke (Cooke), Dr. Alen, 1419 i., ii.

-, Ant., 580 (p. 234).

-, Henry, of Durham, 955.

-, John, 135.

-, Robt., 1424.

-, Thos., 853.

Cokerell (Kokerel), —, 328 (p. 135).

- (Cokkerell), —, of Guernsey, and his brother, 1301.

-, James, prior quondam of Gisburne, 1438.

Cokermothe. See Cockermouth.

Cokersand abbey, Lane., g. 1417 (18).

-, abbot of. See Pulton, Robt.

Cokeyn, Fras., 580 (p. 235).

-, Sir Thos., g. 1217 (23).

Cokeysford. See Coxford.

Cokkett, Edw., 213.

Cokyn. See Cokeyn.

Colchester, Essex, 580 (p. 234), 626, 671, 841, 1319:—g. 519 (6).

-, letter dated at, 642.
-, Holy Trinity, g. 385 (1), 519 (8).
-, -, rector of. See Jaye, Wm.
-, St. Botolph's parish, g. 519 (6, 9).
-, -, Dilbridge grange in, g. 519 (9).
-, St. Botolph's priory (supp.), g. 519 (8, 9, 14).

-, St. John's abbey, g. 385 (1), 519 (6).

-, -, Thomas, abbot of, 1319:—g. 385 (1), 519 (6):—App. 16.

Colchester, suffragan of. See More, Wm.

-, suffraganship of, in the See of Ely, 465.

Cold Park, 307.

Cole, H., 402 (3? Collens), 513.

Colebrook. See Colnbrook.

Colham, near Calais, 56.

Coliweston. See Colly Weston.

Collebroke (qu. Colnbrook ?), 1406.

Colleslonde, Essex, g. 519 (14).

Colleson. See Colyson.

Colleus (qu. Cole?), —, 402 (3).

Colley. See Colly.

Collings (Collyng), Thurstan, 1230.

Collingwood (Collyngwood), Robt., 504, 736:— g. 1417 (3).

Collins, George, letter from, 1387.

Collinson (Colyson, Colleson), Wm., 827, 842 (4), 972, 975 (p. 402).

Colly or Colley, Ant., Skeffington's son-in-law, 103, 208, 934 i., ii.

-, -, letter from, 103.

-, -, his handwriting, 208. See also Colye and Cowley.

Collyng. See Collings.

Colly Weston (Coliweston), Ntht., 164 (2).

Colmesse. See Culm.

Colnbrook (Colebrook), Bucks, the Catharine Wheel in, 871. See also Collebroke.

Colne Alba, Essex, g. 202 (45).

Colne Comitis or Earls, Essex, g. 202 (45).

-, priory of (supp.), g. 202 (45).

-, -, last prior of. See Abell, Rob.

Colne Engain, Essex, g. 202 (45).

Colne Park, letter dated at, 307.

Colne Wakes, Essex, 164 (2):—g. 202 (45).

Colney, letter dated at, 178.

Cologne, in Germany, 345 (? Couloiennye), 1142, 1378.

Colonna, Ascanio, 179, 182 (p. 79? "a Roman gentleman").

Colonna, Stephano, 179.

Colshill, Wm., mercer, 1419 ii.

Colte, Geo., 580 (pp. 233, 234).

Colwick (Colwyke), Notts (Sir John Markham's), 852–3 (p. 343).

Colyarrow, letter dated at, 1367.

Colye, Ric., g. 385 (9).

Colyns, Lancelot, treasurer of York cathedral, 651.

Colyson. See Collinson.

Combe, John à, 431–2.

Combermere (Cumbermere) abbey, 177.

-, letter dated at, 247.

-, John, abbot of, 177, 247, 459.

-, -, letter from, 247,

Combez or Combes, John, 1286, 1292.

-, -, Thos., 216, 681.

Combley in Arreton, I. of Wight, 1430 (3).

Commandments, the Ten, 377.

Common Pleas, the, g. 519 (22).

Commons, House of, 94, 108, 1182 (p. 478).

Compton, Hants, g. 202 (37).

Compton, Suss., g. 202 (37).

Compton, John, sen., letter from, 290.

-, -, his son, 290.

-, Thos., 127,

- (Cumpton), Thos., lieutenant of Guernsey, letter from, 473.

-, Wm., abbot, quondam of Pershore, 226.

-, Sir Wm. (dec. in 1528), g. 943 (2).

Conall, in Ireland, canons of, 1416.

Concet, —, 1402.

"Concord, an introduction to," 936.

"Concubine, the." See Boleyn, Anne.

Conesborowe. See Conisbrough.

Conesby. See Coningsby.

"Confessa Germanie" (the Augsburg Confession), 1246.

Coni (Cona, Connin, Cogny), in Piedmont, 15 (p. 13), 35, 284, 437.

Coningsby (Conysbye), Linc., 828 ii.

Coningsby, Conyngesby, Conesby, Conysbye, or Cunysby:—

-, —, 470.

-, John, 354, 580 (pp. 232–4).

-, Wm., 580 (pp. 234–5), 659.

-, Wm., monk of Bardney, 827 ii., 828 vii.

Conisbrough (Conysborowe, Conysborowe, and Connysborowe), Yorks., 1026, 1038 (2):—g. 519 (4).

Coniscliff (Consclyff), Dham., g. 1417 (10).

Conished, Lanc., 608.

-, priory of, 1279.

-, -, prior of, letter to, 1279.

Connin. See Coni.

Consclyff. See Coniscliff.

Consistory of Cardinals, the, 7 (p. 5), 9, 40, 64, 479 (p. 190).

Constable (Counstable), Sir Robt., of Flamborough, 378, 688 (3), 729, 826, 909, 924, 929 xxiii., 966, 990, 996, 998, 1017, 1059, 1070, 1075–6, 1088, 1095–6, 1120, 1135 (2), 1138, 1155 (2, 4), 1169, 1176, 1237, 1300, 1336, 1408:—App. 11, 16.

-, -, letters from, 378, 729, 1076.

-, -, sig. of, 996.

-, -, letter to, 1070.

Constable, John, 578, 730.

-, Sir John, of Holderness, 688 (2, 3), 760 (2), 818.

-, Sir John, son of the preceding, 818.

-, Sir Marmaduke, senior, 552–3, 561, 578, 581, 589, 591, 728, 808, 995, 1009, 1045–6 (3), 1136.

-, -, letters from, 552–3, 578, 591.

-, Sir Marmaduke, jun., son of Sir Robert, 688 (3), 1008.

-, -, letter to, 1008.

-, Sir Wm., of Hatfield in Holderness, brother of Sir Robert, 688 (3), 760 (2), 818, 996, 1070, 1095, 1155 (4), 1243 (2).

-, -, sig. of, 996.

-, William, son of Sir Robert, 9.

-, -, letter from, 1008.

-, Wm., of Sherburn, 1155 (4).

Constance, council of, 124 (8).

Constantinople, 328 (p. 135), 779 (p. 301).

Constantinople, council of, 124 (8).

Contarini, Gaspar, Cardinal, 71, 115, 121, 155, 229, 268, 376, 384, 402, 654.

-, -, letters from, 71, 115, 121.

-, -, letters to, 229, 376, 654.

-, -, his brother Thomas, 229 (p. 100).

Controller, Mr. See Paulet, Sir Wm.

Convocation, 27, 59, 96, 123, 1110, 1246 (3). See also under Canterbury and York.

-, signature of, 59.

-, letter to, 27.

Conway, in Wales, 934.

Conway or Convey, Mr., 302.

- (Conwey), Edw., 580 (p. 235).

Conyers, Chr. Lord, of Hornby, 104, 139 i., iii., 580 (5), 657, 1155 (1, 2), 1365, 1380.

-, -, letter from, 657.

Conyers, Sir George, 688 (2, 3), 1244 (p. 505).

- (Coniers), W., 1155 (4).

Conysby. See Coningsby.

Coo, —, 1157 (p. 465).

-, Chr., g. 202 (27).

-, John, 393.

Cooke. See Coke.

Cooper, George, g. 943 (4).

Cope or Coope, Ant., 580 (2):—g. 519 (13), 1217 (20).

-, Stephen, 461.

Copeley. See Copley.

Copendale, Edmund, 688 (2, 3).

Copenhagen (Copynhavyn), 254, 505, 1296.

Copland (qu. Coupland?), 1096.

Copledike (Cupledike and Copuldyke, Cowpuldyke, Copildike), Sir John, 672 (2), 722 (2), 828 i. (2), ii., iii. (2), v. vi., 842 (3), 367 i., vi., viii.

Copley, John, 522.

- (Copeley), Sir Wm., 688 (3).

Copsheth, John, abbot of Byleigh, App. 1.

Copuldyke. See Copledyke.

Copynger, John, confessor of Sion, letter from, 487.

Copynhavyn. See Copenhagen.

Corbet, —, of Bucks, 580 (2), 670.

-, Edw., spear of Calais, 13, 33, 573 (p. 228), 1302.

-, -, letter from, 33.

-, John, of Lee, sheriff of Salop (1536– 37), g. 1217 (23).

-, Roger, g. 1417 (15).

Corbridge, Nthld., 504.

Corby, in France, 146.

Cordier, Peter le, 1202.

Cordwainers of London, Company of, letter from master and wardens of, 1457.

Coren (Currant), Dr. Ric., 124 (2), 301 (p. 127).

-, -, sig. of, 124 (2).

Cork, in Ireland, 350, 474, 1332.

Cork and Cloyne, Dominic Terry bp. of, petition of, 474.

Cormogog. See McCarthy, Cormok Oge.

Corn. See under Grain.

Cornewales. See Cornwallis.

Corney, Ric., clk., g. 943 (16).

Cornish soldiers, 1260.

Cornwall, 405, 579 (2), 580 (pp. 233, 235–6), 1410:—g. 1217 (23).

-, sheriff of (1536–7). See Chamond, Sir John.

-, a former sheriff, 810.

Cornwall, duchy of, g. 202 (2), 943 (22).

Cornwall, Cornewall, Cornewayll:—

-, Ric., clk., master of Dodderhill Hospital in Droitwich, 1429.

-, Robt., 890.

-, Sir Thos., 580 (pp. 233, 235), 670.

Cornwallis (Cornewales), —, 207.

Coronation of Queen Jane, 8 (p. 10), 47 (p. 28), 414 (p. 169), 454, 465, 467, 475, 501, 516, 528 (p. 215).

Corselaund, Chace, Glouc., g. 385 (6).

Corsenside (Corsynside), Nthld., 1155 (2).

Corslegham, Wilts., g. 202 (37).

Cortesius, Gregory, abbot of San Georgio Maggiore at Venice, afterwards cardinal, 115, 121, 155, 229 (p. 100 "our abbot"), 269, 376 (I. q.), 384.

-, -, letter from, 384.

Cortez, —, a knight of St. John's, 77.

Corton, Wilts., g. 1217 (6).

Coryngton, Peter, 580 (p. 234).

Cory Rivell. See Curry Revell.

Coste, Gilbert de, 1334.

Cosyn, Fras., Fleming, 263 (2).

Cotnam (Cutnam, Cottenam), Robt., 827 (1, 3), 975 (fo. 2).

Cotness (Cotnes), Yorks., 1402.

Cottenam. See Cotnam.

Cottescouth Park, in Middleham, 310.

Cottingham (Cotynham), Yorks., 164 (2), 348, 704, 749, 818:—g. 519 (1).

-, bailey of. See Metealf, Robt.

-, proctor of (— Smith), 818.

Cottyngham, John, 259 ii.

Cotton, —, 580 (p. 234).

-, Ant., g. 1217 (1).

-, George, governor to the Duke of Richmond, 163–4, 174, 233, 509, 607:— g. 943 (1).

-, Ric., Richmond's comptroller, 164, 174, 233, 831, 1095.

-, -, letters from, 831, 1095.

-, Thos., g. 1217 (25).

-, -, his late wife Eleanor, g. 1217 (25).

-, -, his late wife Joan, g. 1217 (25).

Cottysford, John, rector of Lincoln College, Oxford, and Commissary of the University, 137.

-, -, letter to, 137.

Coucy, Jacques de. See Vervins, Sieur de.

Couloiennye (qu. Cologne?), 345.

Coulpeper. See Culpeper.

Council, proposed General, 28 (p. 16), 71, 80, 121–2, 124, 151, 156, 173, 209, 210 (p. 93), 228, 269, 305, 358, 388, 389 (pp. 159, 161), 401–2, 469, 475, 576, 597, 685, 862, 1100, 1131, 1275, 1296.

-, -, notes about general councils, 124, 1182 (2).

-, -, indication of, 469.

Council, the King's, 5, 7 (pp. 3, 4, 6, 7, 8), 9 (p. 11), 40, 42, 61, 72, 96, 106, 147 (pp. 60, 64), 158, 166, 200, 210 (p. 93), 219, 226, 265, 280, 285 (p. 120), 295, 300, 316, 320, 354, 365, 382 (3), 441, 479 (p. 195), 484, 501, 528 (p. 215), 534, 568, 580 (3), 584–5 (p. 238), 603, 613, 626, 657, 696, 701, 705, 714 (p. 276), 717, 718, 727, 738, 752–3, 762, 767, 775, 780 (2), 782, 788, 799, 800–1, 803, 817, 822–3, 825–6, 828 v., 834, 836–7, 844, 848, 850 ii., 852, 866, 872, 879, 885, 888, 909, 921, 956–7, 968, 975 (fo. 3), 984–5, 997, 1006, 1009–10, 1040, 1042, 1047, 1063, 1110–11, 1143 (p. 458), 1225, 1228, 1232, 1236–7, 1242–4, 1251, 1271, 1356, 1375, 1399, 1406, 1410 (3, 4), 1450, 1487, 1495:—App. 14.

-, -, letters from, 701, 753, 799, 817, 823, 836, 885, 1040, 1228, 1237.

-, -, letters to, 166, 300, 603, 626, 738, 775, 800–1, 803, 825, 837, 844, 852, 909, 921, 1242.

-, -, memoranda of, 767.

Counstable. See Constable.

Counter, the. See under London.

Coupar (Couper), in Scotland, abbot of, 916 ii.

Couper. See Cowper.

Coupland (Copland), Nthld., 1096.

Court, the, 7 (pp. 3, 8, 9), 8, 9 (p. 11), 13, 31, 40, 107, 146, 147 (p. 61), 219–20, 228, 233, 236, 264, 277, 285 (pp. 119, 121), 294, 316, 320, 323, 341, 349, 353, 358, 364, 374, 397, 413–4, 461, 467, 479, 493, 501, 525, 528 (p. 215), 573, 576 (p. 230), 597, 604, 662, 797, 803, 807, 828 vii., 860 (p. 346), 879–80, 921, 946, 968 (p. 390), 1009, 1018, 1043, 1049 (3), 1097, 1124, 1143, 1160, 1291, 1305, 1367, 1397, 1404, 1406, 1436, 1482.

Courtenay (Courtney), Peter, letter from, 1458.

-, -, his father, 1458.

-, Sir Wm., 163 (p. 71).

Couslad, Jas., g. 1417 (14).

-, Robt., g. 1417 (14).

Coventry, 176, 349, 970 (p. 394).

-, charterhouse of, 970 (p. 394).

-, -, prior of, 970 (p. 394).

-, archdeaconry of, 273.

Coventry and Lichfield (or Chester), bishopric of, 273, 1318.

Coventry and Lichfield, bp. of. See Lee, Roland.

Coverdale, Yorks., 760 (2).

Coverdale forest, Yorks., 310.

Coverham Abbey (supp.), Yorks., 481, 677:— g. 943 (16).

Covert (Coverte), John, 580 (p. 233), 670.

-, Ric., 580 (p. 234).

Cowche, or Coche, John, dean of Bridgewater, letter to, 272. (See also Errata.)

Cowchye, —, of Dover, 232.

Cowghche, —, 1169.

Cowley, Mr. (qu. Walter?), 282.

-, Hen., 1249 (p. 510).

-, Robt., clerk of the Crown in Ireland, 199, 381 A, 382, 540, 709, 915.

-, -, letters from, 199, 382, 540, 709.

-, Walter (young Cowley), 933, 1157.

Cowlythe, in Ireland, 468.

Cowper (Couper), —, 968.

-, —, lord Borough's servant, 852.

-, Christabel, prioress of Marrick, g. 519 (11).

- (Cowpar), Wm., 135, 1393 (2).

Cowpuldyke. See Copledike.

Cox (often Cocks or Cockes), —, 587 (2).

-, Mr., sen., 302.

-, John, 302.

-, Richard, sig., 60.

-, Wm., curate of Kingston, letters from, 301–2.

-, -, his uncle, 301 (2).

Coxford (Cokeysford), Norf., letter dated at, 261.

-, priory of, 274, 485.

-, -, inventory of, 274.

-, -, prior of. See Adamson, John.

Crafton, —, 405.

Crakenthorp, Chr., g. 202 (34).

Cramborne (in Windsor Forest?), g. 1217 (9).

Cramouelle. See Cromwell.

Crane, Robt., 580 (4).

Cranmer, Thomas, abp. of Canterbury, 41, 60, 124–5, 157, 168 (p. 74), 248, 361, 403, 416, 418, 580 (3, 4, 5), 585 (p. 238), 705, 714, 786 (3), 828 v., 848, 853 (p. 342), 860, 902 (2), 987, 1053 1100, 1182 (2, 3), 1185 ("your master"), 1220, 1319, 1336, 1480, 1482:—App. 16:—g. 202 (35, 42).

-, -, letters from, 248, 361, 416, 1100.

-, -, letters to, 65, 987.

-, -, signatures, 60, 124 (1, 2).

-, -, a chaplain of, 1424.

Cranswick, near Driffield, Norf., g. 519 (1).

Cranwell, —, spear of Calais, 13.

-, Robt., Wiltshire's servant, 1277.

Craven, Yorks, 760 (2), 912, 928, 1040 (3), 1046 (3), 1135, 1299.

Crawford, James, clk., 1309.

Crawley, James, belonging to Woburn, 362.

Crayford, Edw., App. 8.

-, Guy, 580 (pp. 234–5):—g. 202 (9).

-, John, D.D., g. 202 (38).

Crechurch. See Christchurch.

Credenhill, Heref., 412.

Crediton, Devon, Collegiate Church of, 142.

-, prebend of Cross in, 142.

Creed, the, 1111, 1182.

Creeton (Creton), Linc., g. 1417 (2).

Creke, John van, 1201.

Creke (Creyke), Joan, widow (young Mrs. C.), 867–71, 1384.

-, -, letters from, 868–71.

-, -, her son, 867–8, 871.

-, -, her husband's grandfather, 870.

-, -, her father, 871.

-, Hen., 867.

-, John, his wife, 867.

-,, Wm., dec., 867.

-, -, his widow (old Mrs. C.), 867–8.

Cremynolle. See Carmagnola.

Creppynge, Suff., g. 202 (45).

Crequy, Philip de, letter from, 554.

Cresecques, Crezeque, or Querseque, in France, near Calais, 436, 507, 832.

Cressener, Eliz., prioress of Dartford, 1322–5.

-, -, letters from 1322–3.

-, -, her ghostly father, 1322.

Creswell (Cryswell), Percival, 1014, 1035, 1045 (p. 420), 1046, 1049 (3), 1050, 1058, 1064 (2), 1065.

-, -, letter from, 1050.

-, -, letter to, 1035.

Creton. See Creeton.

Crewkerne (Crokehorne), Soms., 405.

Cripps, John, App. 8.

Cristchurche, Wm. See Shepherd, Wm.

Cristimas. See Christmas.

Croft, Linc., 975.

-, a priest of. See Grey, Ralph.

Crofte, Sir Edw., 580 (p. 235):—g. 1417 (15).

-, George, King's chaplain, 1383:— g. 1417 (9).

-, Ralph, 310.

-, Thos, 1155 (2).

Croke or Crooke, John, one of the Six Clerks of Chancery, 66, 1419.

Crokehorne (qu. Crewkerne, Soms.?), 405.

Crokystoun. See Croxden.

Cromer, John, 580 (4), App. 8.

-, Sir William, 580 (pp. 233–4), App. 8.

Cromwell (Cramouelle), Thomas, chief secretary, and lord Privy Seal (July 1536), &c.:—

-, -, letters from, 29, 44, 55, 152, 207, 306, 379, 446, 484–5, 612, 875, 885, 919, 1032, 1091, 1177, 1259, 1317, 1363, 1399.

-, -, letters to, 1–4, 6, 10, 14, 17, 18, 21, 23, 37, 51, 58, 67–70, 73, 75, 78, 84, 87, 96–7, 99, 101–3, 112, 118–20, 127–8, 133, 138, 140–3, 157–60, 162, 165, 167, 170, 174–83, 187–90, 192–7, 199, 200, 203, 208, 211, 213–4, 224–7, 231, 233, 236–7, 239–42, 244–8, 250–2, 254–5, 257–63, 266–7, 273, 276, 278, 281–2, 288–91, 294–7, 301, 307–8, 312–3, 319, 321–2, 324–7, 331, 333–5, 341–2, 348–50, 353, 355, 363, 362, 364–5, 369, 371, 373, 382, 386, 392–3, 397–8, 403–7, 416, 418–19, 424–7, 431–4, 447–8, 450, 452–3, 457–9, 465–6, 470, 473, 476–7, 480, 486–7, 489–90, 495, 497–8, 501–3, 505, 510–12, 514–15, 518, 523–5, 529, 535, 538, 540–1, 543, 546–53, 558–9, 567, 570, 572, 581–4, 586, 588, 590, 599, 602–3, 607–9, 613, 617, 624, 626, 630–1, 636, 638–42, 648–52, 657–8, 660–1, 666, 670–1, 674, 676, 679–80, 691, 696, 707–9, 722–4, 726, 732, 745–6, 750–3, 756, 768–70, 777–8, 789–91, 795–6, 803 (2), 809–11, 814, 822, 824, 830–1, 834–5, 839, 842, 847, 851, 855, 857, 859, 865–71, 878, 880–1, 888, 904, 911, 913, 917, 923, 926, 931, 933, 939, 941–2, 946, 954, 958–9, 965, 978, 981–2, 985–6, 988, 990, 994, 998–9, 1006, 1015–16, 1019–20, 1024–5, 1029– 30, 1033, 1036, 1038, 1041, 1043, 1052–5, 1057, 1066, 1071, 1090, 1095, 1102, 1105–6, 1124, 1133, 1136–8, 1144–5, 1149–50, 1152, 1157, 1163–4, 1180, 1186, 1189, 1198, 1212, 1214, 1220, 1229, 1238, 1240, 1247–8, 1252, 1255, 1265–6, 1268–9, 1272, 1275, 1277–8, 1281, 1283, 1291, 1296, 1298, 1301, 1304, 1309–10, 1318–26, 1328–30, 1338–40, 1349, 1355–7, 1364, 1367–8, 1370–1, 1374–7, 1383–4, 1386, 1390, 1393, 1427, 1434, 1436, 1441–2, 1444–9, 1451–2, 1454, 1457–67, 1469–77, 1479–81, 1483–91, 1494, 1496–7.

-, -, other references to, 5 (2), 7, 8, 13, 16, 22, 25, 28 (p. 16), 30–2, 34, 40 (pp. 21–4), 41–2, 45–6, 49, 52, 59–61, 66, 80, 82, 91, 94, 104, 108, 123, 135, 139 iv., 147–8 (p. 65), 172, 186, 210 (p. 93), 219–21, 228–9, 256, 264–5, 269, 275, 277, 285–6, 316, 328, 332, 340, 351, 354, 358–9, 367, 377, 381 C., 387, 389, 413–14, 417, 441, 444, 451, 460, 479, 491, 520–1, 528, 530, 555, 573, 576 (p. 230), 578, 580 (2, 5), 585 (p. 238), 594 ("my good lord"), 629, 637, 654, 705, 714, 727, 744, 786 (3), 787, 800–1, 807, 823, 828 v., vii., 829, 836, 841, 844, 848, 852, 853 (p. 342), 860, 877, 879, 889, 894, 902 (2), 920 (2), 934, 968 (p. 390), 970, 975 (fos. 3, 5), 1040, 1042, 1072, 1080, 1082, 1086 (p. 437), 1111, 1128, 1143 (pp. 458–9), 1156, 1181 (2 bis.) 1184, 1200, 1216, 1228, 1237, 1244, 1246, 1254, 1271, 1303, 1311, 1319, 1328, 1334, 1358, 1365, 1387 (?"my lord"), 1397, 1406 (p. 558), 1411–12, 1422, 1430, 1432, 1436 (2):—App. 3, 9, 14:—g. 202 (3, 9, 14, 17), 943 (5, 6).

-, -, his auditor, 452.

-, -, his buildings, 576 (p. 230).

-, -, commission to, 367.

-, -, his father, 746.

-, -, his fees, App. 16.

-, -, handwriting of, 569, 843 (2), 1176.

-, -, his household, 321.

-, -, revenues of, 135.

-, -, his ring made for the princess Mary, 148.

-, -, signatures of, 59, 60, 124, 701, 788, 799, 885, 1040, 1228, 1237.

-, -, his son. See Cromwell, Gregory.

-, -, his steward, 159.

Cromwell, Gregory, son of Thomas, 233, 570.

Cromwell, Richard, nephew of Thomas, "Mr. Richard," sheriff of Camb. and Hunts. (1536–7), 197, 237, 381 B., 403, 455, 576 (p. 230), 582, 607, 615, 619, 650, 656, 658, 691, 714, 725, 732, 756, 768, 789, 808, 834, 839, 851, 865–6, 880, 888, 913, 959, 990, 998, 1006, 1015–16, 1036, 1061, 1103, 1120, 1155 (5), 1227 (p. 496), 1239–40, 1246, 1283:—g. 1217 (23).

-, -, letters from, 607, 650, 658, 691, 732, 756, 789, 839, 880, 913, 959, 990, 998, 1006, 1015–16, 1036, 1283.

-, -, letters to, 455, 619.

-, -, his servant Miles, 1283.

-, -, his wife, 658, 851.

Crooke. See Croke.

Cross Bows, statutes of, 1246 (p. 507).

Crossed Friars, the, 261.

Croucheston, near Bishopston, Wilts, g. 202 (37).

Crowcher, Wm., 1498 (4).

Crowemer (qu. misreading for Curwen? q. v.), Sir Thos., 1392.

Crowen, Ric., 842 (3, p. 335).

Crowle, Worc., 407.

-, -, vicar of. See Pratt, Jas.

Crown, the. See Succession, the.

Croxden (Crokystoun) Abbey, Staff., 841 ii. (?).

Croxton (Croxston), Linc., 975 (fo. 5).

Croydon, vicar of. See Philips, Roland.

Crumwellbothum, letter dated at, 1114.

Cryswell. See Creswell.

Cuadra, Domingo de la, 368.

Culm (Colmesse), in Poland, bp. of, 1474.

Culpeper, —, Cromwell's servant, 982.

- (Coulpeper), Sir Alex., 580 (4), App. 8.

-, John, App. 8.

- (Collepeper), Thos., letter from, 1186.

Cumberland, 319, 477, 912, 927–8, 947 (1, 2), 955 (3), 993, 995, 1009, 1045, 1049 (3), 1058, 1064 (2), 1086 (p. 437), 1096, 1155 (2), 1207, 1228, 1285–6, 1246, 1276, 1294, 1331, 1337, 1392:— g. 1217 (23),

-, riots in, 319.

-, sheriff of (1536–7). See Curwen, Sir Thos.

Cumberland, Henry Clifford earl of, sheriff of Westmoreland (1536–7), 139 ii., iv., 477, 563 (p. 224), 564, 580 (5), 604, 677, 695, 733, 742, 759, 760 (2), 846, 927–8, 929 iv., v., x., 933, 1002, 1004–5, 1064 (pp. 429–30), 1086 (pp. 436, 438), 1155 (4), 1207–8, 1218, 1227–8, 1235–6 (p. 501), 1242–3, 1299, 1401:—App. 16:—g. 1217 (23), 1417 (3).

-, -, letters from, 604, 927, 993, 1299.

-, -, letters to, 564, 677, 712 (see Notes and Errata), 733, 742, 1002, 1005, 1401.

-, -, his mother, 1086 (p. 438).

Cumbermere. See Combermere.

Cumberworth, Linc., William, herdman of, 568 (p. 226).

Cumpton. See Compton.

Cunne, Geo., g. 519 (21).

Cunysby. See Coningsby.

Cupledike. See Copledike.

Cupper, —, 158.

Curelu or Curlu, Mons. de, of St. Omer, 436, 471, 1151.

-, -, letter to, 1151.

Currant. See Coren.

Curry Revell (Cory Rivell), Soms., g. 943 (19).

Curson, or Cursone, —, 1436.

-, Ric., 568, 828 iii., 853.

Curtis, Curteys, Curtesse, Curtees, Curtes, Curtoys:—

-, —, 968 (p. 390).

-, Ant., 827 (1 ii., 2), 842 (3, p. 335), 996, 1004 (see Notes), 1103–5, 1120.

-, -, his servant William, 996.

-, Leonard, 593.

-, Thos., pewterer, 1419 ii.

Curwen, Sir Chr., 477.

- (Curven), Sir Thos., sheriff of Cumberland (1536–7), 1155 (1, 2), 1392 (? Crowemer):—g. 385 (36), 1217 (23).

Cusa, Nicholas, theological writer, 72 (p. 35).

Cusake, Thomas, of Ireland, 933, 1149 (p. 461), 1157, 1416.

Customs, Custom House, &c., 239, 263 (2), 540, 1433, 1461:—g. 519 (7).

Cutler (Cuttler Cutlerd, Cuttelar), George, lord Hussey's servant, 587 (2), 620, 715, 747, 772, 852, 853 (p. 342), 969 (George C . . . . . .).

-, -, confession of, 620.

-, Wm., letter from, 1459.

Cutnam. See Cotnam.



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