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'Index: C', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 12 Part 2: June-December 1537 (1891), pp. 527-551. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75731 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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C., Anth., II. g. 1150 (18).

Cabroke (qu. Colnbrook?), II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

Cacheman, —, II. 256.

Caddall or Caddell, Patrick, II. 1310 ii. (2).

-, Robt., II. 1310 ii. (1).

Cade, Mr., II. 1321.

Cadiz, II. 546, 556 (p. 211).

Cadland, II. g. 1311 (40).

Caen (Cane), in Normandy, II. 767.

-, letter dated at, I. 642.

Caerleon (Carleon, Kaerlion), Monm., I. 30:—g. 795 (23).

Caerlill. See Carlisle.

Caernarvon. See Carnarvon.

Caers. See Carrs.

Caersows, in Arustley, II. 985.

Caher (Cahergh), co. Tipperary, II. 898.

-, Priory of, II. 898 (9).

Caillaghton, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (22).

Caillou or Caillot, Jacques, I. 47 (1, 7, 11).

-, -, letter to, I. 47 (11).

Caistor (Castre, Caister), Linc., I. 6, 380 (p. 175), 581 ii. 581 n., 734 (3).

-, hill, I. 380 (p. 175).

-, moor, I. 380 (p. 175).

-, wold, I. 6.

Calais (Calice, Callice, Calles, Callys), I. 23, 59, 61, 76, 87, 237, 256, 299, 346, 353 (p. 156), 355, 363, 428, 436, 443, 451, 457, 459–61, 471, 475–6, 487, 501–2, 509. 514–15, 522–3, 554–5, 560–1, 587, 611, 658–9, 704, 719–20, 738–9, 761, 794, 809, 815–16, 860–1, 869, 886, 906, 933, 955, 960, 980, 1032, 1039, 1041, 1047, 1051, 1071–5, 1095, 1160, 1164–6, 1169, 1179, 1188, 1230, 1261, 1266, 1273, 1276, 1289–91, 1307, 1315:—g. 311 (5), 539 (11), 795 (40); II. 11, 24, 37–8, 54, 77, 83, 85, 98–9, 113, 116, 122, 138, 177, 266–7, 270–1, 297, 306, 318, 334, 337, 342, 350, 362, 371, 423, 426, 428, 447, 453, 463, 466–7, 481, 498, 508, 541–3, 560, 573–4, 592, 600, 612, 634, 636, 661, 676, 687, 704, 719, 788–90, 801, 807–8, 830–1, 862, 899, 900, 903, 920, 941, 946, 958, 1001–2, 1022, 1028–9, 1038, 1039, 1090, 1115, 1130, 1133, 1140, 1151 (2), 1157, 1210–11, 1233, 1271, 1273, (2), 1157, 1210–11, 1233, 1271, 1273, 1278–9, 1307, 1319, 1343:—App. 2, 7:—g. 191 (26, 54–5), 617 (5, 13), 1008 (14).

-, letters dated, I. 8, 13, 186, 385, 417, 440, 501, 560–1, 623, 750, 844, 985, 1143, App. 4; II. 83, 93, 98, 106, 162–3, 231, 305, 323–4, 341, 349, 418, 453, 540, 550, 564, 607, 697, 830–1, 843, 1014, 1035, 1037, 1070, 1084, 1095, 1103, 1278, 1280.

-, -, aliens and denizens, I. 8; II. 83, 941.

-, -, brewing of beer at, I. 186.

-, -, burgesses in Parliament, I. 1230.

-, -, fortifications (the works) of; II. 609.

-, -, a French priest of, I. 436.

-, -, merchants of, I. 611, 718 (2); II. 1115.

-, -, revenues of, II. 831 (2).

-, -, victualling of, I. 8, 186, 346, 560–1, 704, 816, 962, 1039, 1068, 1164, 1187; II. 37, 166 (p. 55), 861, 1103.

-, -, violation of the English pale, I. 13, 49, 273–4, 364 (p. 160), 403–4, 417, 461, 471, 475, 502, 509, 522–3, 554, 560–1, 587, 624; II. 54, 325, 350, 492.

-, -, the French pale, I. 149.

Calais officers:.

-, letter to the officers, I. 707.

-, Commissary of. See Butler, John.

-, Comptroller, II. 453, 463. See Howard, Lord Edm.

-, Council of, I. 8. 59, 417, 440, 474, 560–1, 961, 1041; II. 83 113, 231, 267, 324, 337, 453, 564, 612, 625, 862, 946, 1307.

-, -, letters from, I. 417, 560; II. 453.

-, -, letters to, I. 1041; II. 267.

-, -, clerk of, I. 8.

-, Deputy of, II. 453. See Lisle, Lord.

-, Knight Marshal, II. 550. See Grenville, Sir Ric.

-, Knight Porter. See Palmer, Sir Thos.

-, mayor of. See Skrevyn, Thos.

-, mayor of, I. 17 (2), 355, 440, 1041, 1065; II. 85, 661, 676, 1029.

-, mayor and aldermen of, I. 355, 453, 463, 466; II. 831.

-, mayoralty of, II. 453, 463, 466, 555 (p. 210).

-, Secretary. See Benolt, John.

-, searcher of, I. 1140; II. 363.

-, soldiers, spears, garrison or retinue of, I. 436, 1091, 1290–1; II. 166, 426, 428, 623, 941, 1035, 1103:—App. 23, 34:—g. 411 (20), 617 (13), 1150 (40).

-, -, pay of, I. 195.

-, Surveyor, I. 1179. See Lee, Ric.

-, Treasurer, II. 463. See Fowler, Robert.

-, trumpet of, I. 922.

-, Under-marshal of. See Simpson, Wm.

-, Vice-treasurer of, II. 1319.

-, Water-bailey. See Cokeson, John.

Calais, places in or near:—.

-, -, way (Arneway?), I. 474.

-, Anderen Plasshe, I. g. 539 (11).

-, Balingham, rector of, II. 843.

-, Beauchamp Tower, II. 453.

-, Bessinges or Bissings, I. g. 539 (11).

-, Bonnyngs, I. g. 539 (11).

-, Calkewell, in Guisnes, II. 1038.

-, Campe, rector of, II. 843.

-, Cawsy, the, II. 1038.

-, Colne Banks, I. g. 539 (11).

-, Colne Hill, I. g. 539 (11).

-, Colne Island, I. g. 539 (11).

-, Cowbridge, I. g. 539 (11).

-, the Cowswade (Couchessoir, Couswade), I. 461:—g. 539 (11).

-, Dekelande, II. 661 (p. 241).

-, Dryesland, in co. Guisnes, II. g. 1150 (40).

-, Fotamprie, I. 474.

-, Friars of, I. 947, 1039.

-, prior of, II. 895.

-, Guisnes. See under G.

-, Guisnes Plasshe, I. g. 539 (11).

-, Hamswell church, I. g. 1105 (3).

-, Hempstrete, I. g. 795 (40).

-, Hubbert's lands, II. 831.

-, Langhamstrete, I. g. 795 (40).

-, Mainbrook (Measnebroke, Meanebroke)alias Wingfield's Marsh or the Marsh (Marez), I. 440. 461:—g. 539 (11); II. 162, 660–1, 1002.

-, Marke, II. 719.

-, the Marsh, See Mainbrook.

-, Measnebroke. See Mainbrook.

-, Osteryweke, I. g. 539 (11).

-, Oye, II. 24, 719.

-, Oye sluice, II. 541–2.

-, Parsonage Strete, I. g. 795 (40).

-, Pepeling (Pleeplynge, Peeplynge), I. g. 539 (11); II. 324, 654–5.

-, -, Mountfesawnt in, II. 324, 654.

-, -, St. Mary's Church, I. g. 539 (11).

-, Pittam or Pytham, parish of, in co. Guisnes, II. 1206:—g. 191 (54).

-, Haven or Rode, I. 1289; II. 453–4.

-, Risebank (Rysbank) Castle, II. 453.

-, -, constable of, I. 1099.

-, St. Mary's, rector of. See Chamberlain, Mr. Wm.

-, St. Nicholas near the Tylt, Mountneys House in, II. g. 191 (26).

-, St. Peters, I. 186.

-, the Hems de St. Pol, I. 1071.

-, St. Quentin's in the Spelake, II. 447, 727:—g. 411 (34).

-, Sandgate, I. g. 539 (11); II. 1029.

-, Scales, I. g. 539 (11).

-, the Staple (and Staplers), I. 1091:—g. 795 (40); II. 1122 ii.

-, -, chapel of, I. 494.

-, Symus Dyke, I. g. 539 (11).

-, Wingfield's Marsh. See Mainbrook.

Calais pursuivant, I. 77, 524, 611; II. 482, 494.

-, -, letter from, II. 482.

Calais (Cales, Calles), Hans van, I. 1071–2, 1197.

Calais, Jehan de, I. 769, 1048.

Calbeke. See Caldbeck.

Calbourn (Calborn), Hants, II. 109.

Calcot (Flintsh?), II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

Caldbeck (Caldebeck, Calbeke, Calbeyke),. Cumb., I. 687 (pp. 300, 302–3); II. 398.

Caldecotte or Calcote, Nic., II. 352.

Calder (Caldere) Abbey, Cumb., I. 1025.

Calfskins. See under Hides.

Calice. See Calais.

Calkhill or Calkelde (Cawkeld), Yorks., Hallam's house, I. 141, 201 (pp. 85–7, 91, 97, 101), 370.

Callan (Callam), in co. Kilkenny, II. 859 (2), 963.

Calles. See Calais.

Callioyston, in Ireland, II. 1310 i. (43).

Callow (Calowe), Derb., II. 417, 1141.

Calne, Wilts., I. g. 311 (33).

Calne, Thos., alias Morley, q.v.

Calonne, Anthoine de, letter from, II. 492.

Calowe. See Callow.

Calthorp (Yorks.?), II. g. 1150 (11).

Calthrop, Jane, I. 1151.

-, Lady, II. 973.

-, Sir Philip, dec., I. 1151.

-, Philip, I. 1151.

Calton, Thos., I. 1150.

Calverd, Edw,, II. 44.

Calverley, Yorks., I. 1271 (2).

Calvin, the Reformer, letter to, I. 1102.

Camarino. See Camerino.

Cambell. See Campbell.

Camber (Cambre), the, near Rye, I. 528, 656, 718 (4), 1095; II. 645, 1262.

-, chapel of St. Anthony by, I. 1095.

-, the Hermitage in, I. 718 (4).

Cambray, I. 647, 722, 802, 908, 931, 949, 988 n., 997, 1006, 1032, 1061, 1134–5, 1181, 1189, 1219, 1220, 1242, 1293, 1306; II. 41, 73, 227, 333, 366, 552, 657, 1014, 1249.

-, letters dated at, I. 1052–3, 1123, 1242–3.

-, Mobbrey Abbey at, I. 1061, 1135.

-, commissioners of France and the Emperor at, II. 957.

Cambray, Robert de Croy, Bishop of, I. 1052 (pp. 479–80), 1053, 1242, 1293, 1306.

Cambray, archdeacon of, I. 1242–3.

Cambray, Treaty of (1529), II. 244.

Cambridge, I. 107, 424, 692, 790 (p. 347), 855, 876–7; II. g. 1008 (17), 1150 (22), 1311 (20).

-, letters dated, I. 107, 692, 855, 876.

-, letter from the town, I. 1182.

-, letter to the town, I. 1205; II. 513, 599.

-, mayor of. See Bekerdyke, Ralph.

-, recorder of. See Hynde, John.

-, All Hallows, vicar of See Hewett, Wm.

-, Castle of, I. g. 311 (30).

-, St. Edward's in Foro Pisarum, II. g. 1008 (17).

Cambridge University, I. 107, 261 (2), 786 (p. 342), 790 (p. 347), 835, 855, 1182, 1201, 1281; II 95, 501, 513, 889, 1110.

-, letters from vice-chancellor and students, I. 107, 855.

-, letter to, II. 889.

-, Beadle of the chancery slain, I. 107.

-, the Royal Leet, I. 107.

-, Vice-chancellor of, I. 877, 1205; II. 513. See Buckmaster, Dr. Wm.

-, Proctors of, I. 1182.

-, Chancellor of. See Cromwell Thos.

-, Clare Hall, II. 258, 501.

-, -, master of. See Crayfors, John.

-, Gonvile Hall (Gunvylhall), II. g. 1008 (17).

-, King's Hall, I. 876.

-, Peterhouse, master of. See Edmunds, Dr. John.

-, St. John's College, II. 258, 425, 501, 809 n.

-, -, letter dated at, II. 95.

-, -, mastership of, II. 258.

-, -, master of (1537). See Day George.

-, Trinity Hall, II. 1320.

Camdridgeshire, II. 1101, 1119, 1171, 1314 (1,2):—g. 1150 (18).

-, -, (and Hunts), sheriff of (1537–8). See Megges, Thos,.

Came, Nicholas, II. 864.

Camell (Queens Camell), Soms., II. g. 191 (28), 1008 (19).

Camerino, Deeny of, I. 122 (p. 59), 123,

Camerino (Camarino), Duchess of, II. 700.

Camerstain near Schwobach, letter dated at, I. 986.

Camfyer. See Campvere.

Campbell (Cambell), Sir John, I. 36.

Campeggio, Laurence, Cardinal, I. 255, II. 1026.

-, -, letter from, I. 255.

Campeggio (Campegio), Count John Antony, Papal Chamberlain, I. 166, 414, 563.

-, Mark Antony, brother of Laurence, I. 255, 691.

-, -, letter to, I. 255.

Campesse. See Campsey.

Campion (Champion), Chr. I. 586 (1, 2); II. 272, 298, 424, 569, 808, 820.

Campsall, Yorks., I. 929.

Campsey (Campesse) nunnery (supp.), Suff., I. 510; II. g. 191 (53).

-, Ela Butery, prioress of, II. g. 191 (53).

Campvere, in the Netherlands, I. 718.

-, admiral of (perhaps the Sicur de Beures), I. 718.

Campvere (Camfyer), Sieur de. See Beures, Sieur de.

Camswell, Thos., II. 1043 n.

Camsples, Jean de Crequy, Sicur de, I. 1065, 1073; II. 228, 372.

-, -, letters from, I. 1065, 1073.

Caudelar (Cawndeler, Candeler), ——, I. 86, 812, 860.

Cane. See Caen.

Canford park, Does., I. g. 539 (33).

Cannon, or Canon, Chr., priest, I. 960.

-, Thos., II. 1310 ii. (1).

Canny, Sicur de, I. 372.

Canonleigh (Cannonleigh) Abbey, in Buries combe, Devon, I. g. 311 (38).

-, Eliz, Fowell, abbess of, I. g. 311 (38).

Canons. See Monks.

Canons Ashby priory (supp.), Ntht., II. 1191: g. 1008 (10).

-, Ric. Collis, prior of, II. g. 1008 (10).

Cante (Cant, Cawnte), Andrew, I. 141, 201 (pp. 88, 93, 95, 97), 370 (p. 168–9), 410, 416 (2).

-, -, examination of, I. 201 (p. 95), 370 (p. 169).

Canterbury, I. 329, 494, 618, 776, 780, 977; II. 63, 270, 571, 600, 625–6, 773, 846 ii., 1076, 1108, 1168, 1209, 1211, 1285, 1324:—g. 1311 (16).

-, letters dated at, I. 547; II. 84, 447, 475, 488, 924, 1204.

-, letter from the mayor and aldermen, II. 475.

-, mayor of. See Lewes, Robt.

-, Castle, I. g. 311 (30).

-, Christchurch (Cathedral) Priory. I. 256, 436–7, 484–5, 547; II. 924, 1055, 1310 i. (32, 39), 1314:—g. 191 (29).

-, -, list of the monks, I. 437.

-, -, Thos. Goldwell, prior of, I. 436–7, 485, 547; II. 924, 1204,.

-, -, letters from, I. 547; II. 724, 1204.

-, Black Friars, prior of, II. 600.

-, Mint at, II. 1168.

-, -, comptroller of, II. 1168.

-, -, master of, II. 1168.

-, Newyngate, II. 571.

-, Northgate, I. g. 1330 (4).

-, the Red Lion, II. 475.

-, St. Augustine's Abbey, II. 1170.

-, St. John's Hospital, I. g. 1330 (4).

-, St. Sepulchre's nunnery (supp.), I. 573.

-, Westgate Ward. II. 475.

Canterbury, Archbishop of, I. 201 (p. 92), 202 (p. 103). See Cranmer, Thos.

-, -, his chancellor, II. 727.

Canterbury, diocese of, II. 592, 846.

-, -, visitation of, II. 293.

Canterbury, John, II. 1191 (2).

Capell, Sir Giles, II. 487, 911 ii.:—g. 1150 (18, 41).

-, Sir Henry, I. 1194; II. 51.

-, -, signature of, I. 1194 (2); II. 51.

Capello (Chapello), Vincentio, II. 730.

Capes, John, II. 551.

Capheaton (Captheton), Nthld., I. 1090 (p. 505).

Capito, Wolfgang Fabricius, II. 314–15, 410, 969.

-, -, letter to, I. 315.

Capon, John, alias Salcot, bp. of, Bangor, abbot of Hyde, I. 507, 1044, 1309; II. 255, 402–3, 477, 657, 1117.

-, -, letters from, I. 1044; II. 255, 477.

Capons, Henry, I. 1045 (2).

Capons, 1.86.

Capper, David, II. 172 (2).

Capron, Henry, I. 1300 (2); II. 68.

Captain or Grand Captain. Sec Aske, Robert.

Captheton. See Capheaton.

Capua, Nicholas Schomberg, Cardinal of (died Sept. 1537), I. 526; II. 1116.

Car. See Carr; also Kerr.

Caraffa, Gian Pietro, bp. of Chieti (Theatinus), cardinal, I. 89, 526, 1189; II. 312.

Carabemit, in Mesopotamia, II. 1127.

Carandolet, John, abp. of Palermo, president of the Council of Flanders. See Palermo.

Carbree (Carbre) barony (co. Dublin and co. Kildare), in Ireland, II. 729, 1310 i. (8, 9).

Carbreston, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (4).

Carde, Janet, I. 1214 (2).

Cardemaker,——, II. 557.

Cardiff (S. Wales), I. 30; II. 640:—App, 38.

Cardiff, John, II. 1310 ii. (6).

Cardigan, S. Wales, II. g. 1311 (22).

-, priory (supp.) of, II. 1311 (22).

Cardinal, the English. See Pole, Reginald.

Cardinals, the (Consistory, Sacred College, &c), I. 12, 105, 255, 347, 386, 428 (p. 208), 444 (p. 214), 525, 625, 687 (p. 304), 887, 914 (p. 417), 1189; II. 72, 103 n., 175–6, 539 (p. 203), 944, 949, 1128 (p. 396), 1166.

-, -, letter from, II. 175.

-, -, letter to, II. 72.

-, -, dean of, I. 526.

Cardinals, creation of, I. 53, 89, 347, 365; 11.701.

Cardington, Beds., letter dated at, I. 150; II. 532.

Cardyff, Nich., II. 1310 ii (3).

-, Walt., 2nd justice of C.P. in Ireland, II. 1310 ii. (1).

Cardyn, Robt., Carthusian, I. 1232.

Care. See Cary.

Carell, Mr., I. 232.

Carette, Michael, 1. 538.

Carew (Carro), Mr., 1. 506, 1315.

-, (Carowe), Mrs., II. 1060 (p. 374).

Carew (Caroo), Sir Nich., K.G., Master of the Horse, I. 1008; II. 445, 581, 661 (p. 241), 911 (pp. 319–20), 973 v.:—g. 191 (46), 1150 (3).

Carew (Caro, Carowe), lady, II. 661, 973 i., 1060 (p. 374).

Carew (Carre, Carrow, Karow), Sir George, sheriff of Devon, II. 83, 93, 416, 535, 563, 595, 671, 803, 856.

-, -, letters from, II. 416, 535, 856.

-, Wymond, II. g. 1150 (12).

Carey. See Cary.

Carge, co. Wexford, II. 1310 i. (18),.

Carisbrooke (Tassebroke), I. of Wight, I. g. 539 (45). N.B.—The name is written "Cassebroke'' on the Signed Bill and has been inaccurately transcribed "Tassebroke" on the Privy Seal and the Patent roll.

Carkeke, Wm., II. 1100.

Carle,——, servant to the French ambassador, II. 78.

Carleon. See Caerleon.

Carleton (Carlton), Line., I. 70, iv., x., xii.

Carleton (Carlton) Yorks., I. 1271 (2); II. 186 (43).

Carleton, ——, II. 570, 1069.

Carlian, John, II. App. 3n.

Carlighan, Rie, II. App. 3n.

Carlingford (Karlyngforthe), in Ireland, II. 486, 1310 i. (.2).

-, castle, II. 382–3, 486, 734, 1097.

Carlingham, Rie., II. App. 3n.

Carlisle (Kerlell, Carlill, Karleill, Caerlill, Karliell, Kerlesle), I. 7 (p. 10), 18, 71–2, 185 (p. 80), 426–7, 448, 458, 479, 500, 520, 609, 641, 667, 687 (pp. 301–1, 303), 703, 777 (p. 338), 809, 815–16, 843, 859, 882–3, 904,935, 973, 992–3, 1038, 1058, 1091–2,1118, 1259 (3); II. 77, 154–5, 203, 248 (p. 104), 249 (3–6), 329 (2), 537, 583, 829, 836, 990, 1314 (1, 2):—g. 191 (45).

-, letters dated at, 1.427,468–9, 473,478, 498–500, 813, 994, 1026, 1038, 1060, 1246; II. 641–2, 865, 1000.

-, -, captain of (i.e., deputy captain). See Clifford, Thomas, also Wentwortb, Sir Thos.

-, -, captainship of, 1.1092; II. 112, 249 (3–6).

-, attacked by the commons (last rebellion), 1. 426–7, 448, 173–9, 492, 498, 520, 682, 687 (pp. 301, 304), 992, 1215–17, 1259 (3, 4).

-, list of persons condemned at, I. 498 (2).

-, fortification of, I. 993.

-, mayor of, I. 687 (pp. 301, 303). See Barnfeld, John.

-, two canons of (see Hutturythe and Florens), I. 687 (p. 304).

-, Broad Meadow, II. 249 (5, 6).

-, Castle of, I. 401,427, 667,687 (p. 301), 698 (p. 312), 863, 882, 904, 918, 930, 993, 1038; II. 653:—g. 191 (45).

-, Cathedral priory of St. Mary, II. 1314 (1, 2):—g. 411 (30), 617(9).

-, -, prior of, II. 154, 249 (5 ii., 6):—g. 411 (30), 617 (9).

-, Market of, I. 687 (p. 300).

-, Rickard (Recarde) Gate, II. 865.

-, Sawceries, II. 249 (5, 6).

-, Swift Close, II. 249 (5, 6).

-, Walls of, II. 249 (6).

Carlisle, bpric. and diocese of, II. 201, 203, 229, 249 (5 ii., 6), 268, 465, 521, 848:—g. 411 (30), 617 (3, 9), 796 (2).

-, -, commissary of, II. 848.

Carlisle, John Kite, Bishop of (died June 1537), I. 479, 687 ii., 1158:—g. 795 (4), 1105 (3); II. 126, 130, 186 (21), 684, 848, 851, 1000, 1175:— g. 411 (30), 617 (3, 9).

-, -, his will, II. 459, 1175.

Carlisle, Bishop of (July 1537). See Aldridge, Robert.

Carlisle, Wm. Sever, bp. of (1495–1502), II. 186 (1).

Carlisle, Bishop of (1537). See Aldridge, Robert.

Carlisle Moor, Cumb., I. 994.

Carlow (Carlaugh, Carlagh, Catherlagh, Karlagh, Cathirlagh), in Ireland, I. 394 (2, 4), 1066; II. 383 (p. 157), 729, 762, 786, 826, 963, 991, 1096–7, 1310 i. (4, 19,35) ii. (2).

-, castle of, II. 1097.

Carlstadt (Carstate), in Germany, I. 377.

Carlton. See Carleton.

Carlton (Carleton), Notts., I. g. 1105 (12).

Carlyll, Ch., vicar of Thorley, I. 275.

Carmagnola (Carmagnolle), in Piedmont, II. 1201.

Carmarden, Thos., II. 180.

Carmarthen (Carmerdyne), S. Wales, I. 830.

Carmarthen, letter dated at, II. 277.

-, priory of, II. 277.

-, -, prior of, II. 277.

Carmarthenshire, I. 597.

Carmelite preacher, a, II. 65.

Carmynowe, John, II. g. 1150 (12).

-, Nich., II. g. 1150 (12, 14).

Carnaby,——, II. 186 (7).

-, Chr., II. 186 (28).

-, (Carnabe), Cuthb., II. 172 (1, 2 p. 57), 398, 1328.

-, David, I. 799.

-, Lionel, II. 197.

-, Sir Reynold, I. 220, 259 (p. 123), 351, 498, 546, 577, 799, 858, 919, 973, 991, 1086 ii., 1090 passim; II. 102 (5), 142, 154, 172, 203 (p. 87), 229, 249, 250 (1, 2, 5), 280, 398, 650, 695–6, 712, 732, 741, 746, 823, 878, 915–16, 978–9, 1016, 1076–7, 1231 (p. 433), 1242.

-, -, letters from, I. 546; II. 280, 823, 878, 978–9, 1242.

-, -, letters to, I. 220.

-, -, his brother, II. 823, 878.

-, -, his father,——, II. 823.

-, -, a man of, I. 973.

-, -, his grandfather, I. 1090 (p. 505).

-, -, his wife, I. 1090 (p. 506).

-, Thos, I. 1090 (p. 507); II. 203 (p. 87).

-, Wm., I. 1090 (pp. 506–7); II. 172 (p. 57).

-, -, his wife, I. 1090 (p. 507).

Carnaby, family of, I. 1086 ii., 1090.

Carnarvon (Caernarvon), in Wales, I. 1027, 1155; II. 775.

Carnbull, Hen., dec., II. 436 (2).

Carne (Kern), Edward, LL.D., II. 1151 (2, 3).

Carneshew, Wm., II. g. 1150 (12, 14).

Carnew (Karnoo), co. Wexford, II. 898 (7).

Caro. See Carew.

Caron, Colin, II. 342.

-, Mark, I. g. 311 (5).

-, Nich., I. 459; II. 342.

Carow. See Carrowe.

Carpenter, Wm., I. g. 1103 (2).

Carpentras, Cardinal of. See Sadolet, James.

Carpi, Cardinal of. See Faenza, Bishop of.

Carpmell. See Cartmell.

Carpyssacke,——, I. 1001, 1126–7; II. 595.

Carr (Carre) John, II. 249–50 (1,5).

-, (Car), Thos., I. 799; II. 249, 250 (2,5).

Carre, Sir John, dec., I. g. 539 (43).

-, (Car), Rob., I. 581n, 591, 677, 1012 (3,4), 1087 (p. 500), 1088 iii.

Carre. See also Carew.

Carrickittell, co. Limerick, II. 1310 i. (4).

Carrick McGriffyn, co. Kilkenny, II. 1310 i. (20):—g. 1008 (35).

Carrigogonil (Karge Ogaynyll) castle, co. Limerick, II. 1097.

Carrik, Wm., II. 1310 ii. (1).

Carrington (Caryngton), Peter, II. g. 1150 (12).

Carris. See Carrs.

Carro. See Carew.

Carroduf (co. Waterford?), II. 898.

Carrowe (Carow) priory, beside Norwich, I.455, 510:—I. 1330 (26).

Carrs (Caers, Carris), the Northumberland family, I. 351, 897.

Carsacre. See Cresecques.

Carselyke, Wm., II. 1325.

Carsington, Oxon (qu. Cassington? qu. Garsington?), I. 211, 264.

Carstate. See Carlstadt.

Carter, ——, I. 79 (2); II. 533 (2).

-, James, alderman of Grantham, I. 199.

-, John, II. 458, 476.

-, Ralph, II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

-, Thos., I. 416 (2), 837; II. 157, 458, 476:—g. 1150 (15).

-, Wm., II. 914 ii.

Carthusian Order, the, II. 601, 744.

-, -, letter from the visitors, II. 601.

Carthusian monks, two, imprisoned at York. See Rochester, John, and Walworth, James.

Carthusians, II. 181.

Cartloganthorns, near Penrith, I. 687 (pp. 300, 303).

Cartmell (Carpmell) Abbey, Lanc., I. 1, 632, 787, 914 (pp. 416–17), 965 (2):—g. 1103 (34), 1310 i. (27, 39).

-, canons of, executed, I. 632, 914 (p. 416).

-, prior of, I. 787–8, 914 (p. 417).

-, subprior of, I. 632.

Carvanell, Alex., II. 301, 1325.

-, -, letter from, II. 1325.

-, Wm., I. g. 311 (29).

Cary, Mr., II. 637.

-, (Carey), John, I. g. 1330 (37).

-, Thos., II. 159, 695–6, 712, 1174:—g. 1311 (7).

-, -, instructions for, II. 696 (2).

-, (Care or Kary), Wm., I. 1147.

Carye, Lady Mary. See Stafford, Lady Mary.

Caryngton. See Carrington.

Casale, Sir Gregory, letter from, II. 1312.

Casale, Francesco, II. 656, 750.

Case, John, I. g. 539 (11).

Cashel (Caschell), co. Tipperary, II. 1239, 1302:—g. 1008 (35).

-, Carmelites of(?), II. 898 (9).

-, St. Mary's Abbey, prior of, II. 898 (9).

Cashel, Edmund Butler, archbishop of, II. 763 898 (1, 3, 9 i., ii.).

Caspe, in Arragon, letters dated at, I. 204–5.

-, bailly of. See Homedes, John.

Casse, William, I. 346 (2).

Cassel (Cassellis) or Mont Cassel, in Flanders, I. 861; II. 371.

Cassopo (Gasopoli), in Corfu, I. 320.

Castel (as a prefix). See Castle.

Castell, ——, I. 299.

Castellanbryck. See Castlebrack.

Castell Camps, Essex, I. g. l330 (6).

Castellen Shaen, co. Kilkenny, II. 1124.

Castelnau, Ant. de, bp of Tarbes, French. Ambassador, I. 190, 333, 398, 445 (p. 215), 580, 602, 625, 707, 939, 1032, 1314–15; II. 4, 46, 78, 149, 212, 529, 968, 1253.

-, -, letters from, I. 190; II. 212.

-, -, letters to, II. 213.

Caster. See Caistor.

Casterton Brigg (Brygcaston), Rutl., II. 187 (4, 6).

Casterton Parva, Rutl., II. 196.

Castilion, Sire, I. 47 (1, 18).

Castillon (Catillon, Schatelon), Louis de Perreau, Sieur de, French ambassador (1537), II. 46, 453, 670–1, 680, 801, 832, 868, 967–8, 987, 1060 (p. 373), 1122 ii. 1125, 1151 (2, 3), 1201–2, 1253–4, [ILL], 1285–6, 1290–4,.

-, -, letters from, II. 670, 1285–6. 1292–4.

-, -, letters to, II. 1125, 1201–2, 1253–4, 1290–1.

-, instructions for, II. 968.

[Note.—This person has been wrongly identified with Gaspard de Coligny Sieur de Châtillon in Vols. VI. and VII., and also in the State Papers. See Kaulek's Introduction to his correspondence published by the French Government.].

Castleacre (Castellacre), Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

-, priory (supp.) of, a cell to Lewes, II. 1062, 1101, 1119, 1151 (2, 3), 1153:—g. 1311 (30).

-, -, surrender of, II. 1119.

-, -, prior of. See Malling, Thos.

Castleacre Prioris, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Castlebar, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (4).

Castlebrack (Castellanbryck), in Ireland, II. 1288.

Castle Cornet, in Guernsey, II. g. 191 (46).

Castlecurr (Casteleurre), co. Tipperary, II. 826, 1097, 1310 i. (4):—g. 1008 (35).

Castledermot (Castledormont, Thisteldormont, Thisteldermote), co. Kildare, I. 394 (2), 1066; II. 826, 1310 i. (4, 43), ii. (2).

Castledonagh, co. Kilkenny, II. 1310 i. (26).

Castleford (Castilforth), Yorks, II. 186 (14).

Castle Geshyll. See Geashill.

Castlejordan, co. Meath, II. 1097. 1310 i. (2).

Castlekeven, in Ireland, I. 394 (2).

Castle-Knock, co. Dublin, II. 1310 i. (12).

Castlemeis (near Carlingford?), II. 1310 i. (2).

Castle Morton, Wore, II. g. 796 (19).

Castlerickard (Castelricard), co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (2).

Castle Rising, Norf., II. 13 (3).

Castletown (Castelton), co. Louth, II. 1310 i. (4).

Castletown (Castleton), in Ossory, II. 1046.

Castlewarning, co. Kildare, II. 963, 1310 i. (20):—g. 1008 (35).

Castlyn, ——, his ship (the Castelin), II. 546, 556 (p. 211).

Caston, Stephen, clerk, I. 960.

Castre. See Caistor.

Castro, in Puglia, taken by the Turks, II. 484, 510, 524, 598.

Castrum Leonum. See Holt.

Castylbithame. See Bytham Castle.

Castyllen, Wm., letter from, I. 415.

Casy, Robt., II. 1310 ii. (1, 9).

Catcote, John, I. g. 1330 (15).

Caterick or Catherike, Wm., I. 789, 1035.

Cateshy, Ntht., I. g. 795 (10).

-, nunnery (supp.) of, I. g. 795 (10).

Catesby, Eliz., I. g. 795 (25).

-, Geo., dec., I. g. 795 (25).

-, Withburga, II. g. 1150 (10).

-, Ric., I. g. 539 (4). 795 (25).

Catherall, ——, of Beverley, I. 210 (p. 97).

Catherine, Mrs. See Bassett, Kath.

Catherlagh. See Carlow.

Catherne, Henry, II. 1057 (3).

Catillon. See Castillon.

Catlyn (Cattelyn), ——, of the Temple, II. 1151 (2, 3).

-, (Katelyn), Robt., II. 186 (11).

-, Thos., II. 6.

Caton, Linc., I. 765.

Caton, Ric., I. 581 n.

Cattelyn. See Catlyn.

Catterton, near Tadeaster, II. 398.

Cattle, I. 186, 685, 901 (bullocks); II. 88 (2), 99, 113, 205, 206 (p. 90).

-, rumour about the marking, &c. of, I. 70 vii., ix., x.

-, stealing of, II. 195.

Catton, Yorks., letter dated at, II. 955.

Cattore, John, II. 342.

-, Wm., II. 342.

Catworth, Hunts., II. g. 1311 (20).

Catzianer or Cocianer, John, II. 819, 1021.

Caudebec (Cawdebek), in Normandy, II. 482, 494.

Caulf, Alex., II. 1212.

Causeway, the, near Calais, I. 1047.

Cavalcanti, Baecio, I. 647, 675.

Cavallary, John, recorder of Chester, II. 817.

Cave, North-, Yorks., I. 392 (p. 184).

Cave, South-, Yorks., I. 392 (p. 185).

Cave, Dr., I. 742 (2), 1176, 1304; II. 658.

-, Sir Ambrose, I. 78, 207, 975:—g. 1103 (28); II. 663.

-, -, letter from, I. 78.

-, -, "positions" of, I. 78 (2).

-, Francis, letter from, II. 197.

-, Thos., I. g. 1103 (6).

Cavenaghs. See Kavanaghs.

Cavendish or Candish (Cawndishe), Mr., I. 85 (2), 216, 566, 917; II. 397.

-, (Kandishe), Edm., II. 172 (2).

-, (Cavindishe), Eliz., II. 973 v.

-, John. I. 1227(10).

-, Ric., II. 123.

-, Wm., I. 573; II. 764.

-, -, letter from, I. 573.

Cawdebek. See Caudebec.

Cawdron, Wm., II. 2.

Cawell, John. I. g. 1330 (12).

Cawkeld. See Calkhill.

Cawlbroke. See Colnbrook.

Cawndeler. See Candelar.

Cawndishe. See Cavendish.

Cawnte. See Cante.

Cawood, Yorks., I. 136, 536, 786 (p. 342), 1022, 1186; II. 399.

-, letters dated at, I. 20, 33; II. 658, 679, 684, 851, 1093, 1175.

-, the abp.'s steward of, I. 1022.

Cawood (Cawod, Cawwod), Gervase, receiver to the bp. of Durham, I. 306 (p. 138), 852 iv., 853, 1018; II. 536.

Cawthorn, Thos., II. 44.

Caxton (Kaxton), Camb., I. 876 (p. 394).

Caywood. See Gaywood.

Cecil, Sir William, Queen Elizabeth's treasurer, a note by, II. 1004 (2).

Cecil (Cicell, Cecile), Ric., I. g. 539 (7), 1330 (24); II. 1236.

Celbridge, co. Kildare. See Kildrought.

Cellmaynam. See Kilmainham.

Cely, John, II. 975.

Censures, Papal. See under Henry VIII.

Cephalonia (Cefalonia), Island of, II. 320, 730.

Ceremonies of the Church, I. 541.

Ceri, Jean Pol de, son of Renzo, II. 1107.

-, Renzo de (Seigneur Rance), dec, I. 556 (p. 260), 1107.

Cerlew. See Curlu.

Cerne (Serne), Mon. of, II. g. 1008 (24).

Cernecote, Wilts., I. g. 539 (48).

Cervyngton, ——, I. 533 (p. 247).

Cesare, II magnifico M., I. 1243.

Ceton. See Seaton.

Cowe. See Kew.

Chabhame. See Chobham.

Chacombe priory (supp.), Ntht., I. g. 539 (19); II. 664.

Chaderton, J., letter from, II. 1006.

Chaffcombe, Soms., II. g. 191 (57).

Chafyn, ——, II. 1114.

Chalcedon, bishop of, in partibus. See Mackerell, Dr. M.

Chalcedon, Council of, cited, II. 409.

Chalcott, ——, I. 750.

-, (Chalcote), Walt., II. 1060 (p. 373).

Chalfont (Chalfounte), Bucks, II. g. 1311 (22).

Chalfont, Wm., II. 1241.

Chalkworthe, serjeant, I. 1040 (p. 477).

Challans, count de, I. 556 (p. 259), 1329 (p. 602).

Challerford, near Hexham, I. 1090 (p. 507).

Challiner. See Chaloner.

Chàlon, de. See Orange, Prince of,.

Chaloner (Challiner, Challener, Chalynor, Challoner), Robert, I. 6 (pp. 5, 6), 171, 349–50, 371, 392 (p. 191), 698 (p. 312), 348, 849 (p. 384), 900 (3), 901 (pp. 404, 409, 411), 945, 974, 1022 (p. 467), 1025, 1089 (p, 503 Chilon), 1156; II. 100, 102 (3,4), 186 (53), 216, 250 (2), 291, 369 (5), 589, 650, 659, 696, 914, 918, 1076, 1212:—g. 1150 (11).

-, -, letter to, II. 216. (See Errata.).

-, -, signature of, II. 1076.

Chalston or Chalnerston, Beds. (qu. Chawson, near Wyboston?), II. 796 (18).

Chamber (Chambre), Geoffrey, surveyor, II. 490, 783, 835, 852, 857.

-, Henry, I. g. 1103 (37).

-, John, M.D., I. g. 311 (1); II. 273, 317, 970.

-, -, letter from, II. 317.

-, -, signature of, II. 970.

-, (Chambre), Ric., II. 74, 182.

-, -, letter from, II. 182.

-, Robt., I. 1259 (2).

-, Thos., under-bailey of Salisbury, II. 52.

-, Wm. à, II. 37.

Ghamberi, in Savoy, I. 326.

Chamberlain of England, lord high, II. 911. See Oxford, carl of.

Chamberlain [of the Household], lord. See Sandes, lord.

Chamberlain (Chamberleyn), Mr., II. 600.

-, Sir Edw., II. 157.

-, Edw., II. 911 ii.

-, (Chamerlayn), John, I. 489, 693.

-, Thos., II. 1101 (2).

-, Mr. Wm., rector of St. Mary's in Calais, II. g. 191 (55).

Chambley or Chamley. See Cholmeley.

Chambryge, Ric., II. 561.

Chamond (Chamon, Chowmownd), Sir John, I. 324, 1127; II. App.3, 6:—g. 1150 (12, 14, 18).

-, Thos., II. g. 1150 (12).

Champagne, in France, I. 625; II. 962.

Champeneys or Champnes, Anth., II. g. 411 (8).

-, Hen., II. g. 411 (8).

-, Joan, II. g. 411 (8).

-, Sir John, lord mayor of London (1534–5), I. 15; II. g. 1150 (19).

Champernon, Sir Philip, II. 754 (2), 975.

Champion. See Campion.

Chanbers, ——, II. 172 (2).

Chancellor, lord, II. 339:—g. 411 (25). See Audeley, Sir Thos.

Chancellor of the Augmentations. See Rich, Sir Ric.

Chancellor, Mr. (of the Duchy?), II. 186 (4).

Chancery, the, I. 848, 901 (p. 410); II. 638, 847:—g. 796 (16).

-, clerk of the Crown. See Pexsall, Ralph; Pope, Thomas (July 1537).

-, masters of, II. 805. See Bulkeley, Dr.

-, six clerks of, II. 638.

Chandlour, Mr., I. 1245.

Channel, the, between Rye and Appledore, II. g. 1311 (16).

Channel, the, ("Canal,") between Corfu and the mainland, II. 320, 730.

Chanonston, co. Tipperary, II. g. 1008 (35).

Chans, lord. See Sandes.

Chantilly, in France, I. 414.

Chantrell. See Chauntrell.

Chapel Izod (Isold), co. Dublin, II. 1301 (2).

Chapel Royal, the, dean of. See Sampson, Ric.

-, sub-dean of, II. 1060.

Chapel, the King's, I. 494.

-, -, robbery of, I. 895.

Chapello. See Capello.

Chaperon or Chapperon, André, letter from, II. 1311.

-, -, his wife, II. 1131–2.

-, -, -, letter from, II. 1132.

-, -, -, her nephew, II. 1131.

Chapman, friar, warden of the Grey Friars in Scarborough, q.v.

-, Humph., I. g. 1103 (16).

-, John, I. 314; II. g. 1150 (22).

-, Robt., II. g. 1150 (22).

-, Thos., II. 718.

Chapmans Slade, Wilts, I. g. 311 (33).

Chapuys, Eustace, Imperial ambassador, I. 123, 190, 358, 364 (p. 160), 366 (2), 637, 696, 718 (4), 723, 866, 873, 924, 1009, 1039, 1052, 1061, 1080, 1116, 1141, 1168, 1181 (p. 543), 1196, 123l, 1243, 1292–3; II. 41, 49, 212 (pp. 91–2), 228, 240, 292 iii., 464, 1060 (p. 273).

-, -, letters to, I. 1116, 1292.

-, -, his secretary, I. 718 (4).

Charden, Nthld., I. g. 1103 (29).

Charford, North, Hants, I. g. 1330 (36).

"Charity, Captain," of Penrith, I. 687 (pp. 301, 303).

Charlecotes, Yorks. (near Rotherham?), II. g. 1008 (9).

Charles V., Emperor, ("Charles of Austria," Imperator of Almayn), I. 53, 60, 88, 122, 124, 190, 249, 358 (p. 158), 366, 387, 406, 417, 433–5, 441–2, 445 (p. 215). 463 (p. 222), 525, 527, 538, 541, 556–7, 564 (2), 565, 601, 637, 648, 660, 663, 675, 684, 696, 722–3, 745, 752, 753, 762–3, 772, 816, 866, 873, 887, 901 (p. 406), 924, 931, 937, 939–40, 990, 996, 1006, 1047, 1053–5, 1061, 1065, 1074, 1076, 1079–80, 1094, 1107, 1116, 1135, 1141, 1144, 1161,. 1220, 1222, 1238, 1243, 1252, 1293, 1306, 1313–14:—g. 311 (5, 16), 539 (8, 17, 18), 795 (3, 6), 1103 (9, 10), 1330 (57); II. 14, 17, 18, 24, 25, 41, 42, 46, 62, 77, 103–4, 113, 118, 129, 131, 148, 207, 212–13, 219, 227–8, 236, 240, 244–5, 350, 359, 371–2, 419, 442, 454, 483–4, 504, 539, 546, 554, 585 (Caesarianis), 598, 633, 656, 700–2, 745, 750, 792, 814, 819 (the Empire), 825, 832, 854, 868–70, 888, 890, 948, 950, 957, 961, 987, 1001, 1004, 1021, 1031, 1040, 1047 i., ii., 1053, 1104, 1112, 1122 ii., 1127–8, 1133, 1143, 1148, 1151 (2, 3), 1166, 1172, 1187–8, 1201–3, 1212, 1217, 1231, 1240, 1243, 1249, 1253, 1263–4, 1285–6, 1290, 1292, 1303, 1307, 1312:—App. 19.

-, -, personal notices, I. 122, 182, 347, 365, 366 (4), 556 (p. 259), 562, 664, 801, 873, 949, 1181 (p. 543), 1190, 1257, 1329; II. 46, 104, 131, 245 (p. 102), 372 (2), 825, 1031, 1128 (p. 396), 1172, 1203, 1217 (p. 430), 1249.

-, -, letters from, I. 648, 660, 723, 753, 1055; II. 17, 18, 118, 240, 244, 554, 700–2, 854, 1112.

-, -, letters to, I. 123, 565, 772, 1054, 1141, 1231; II. 103, 148, 227.

-, -, paper on the state of his affairs, I. 122.

-, -, his council, I. 637, 873.

-, -, his court, II. 870.

-, -, his daughter, II. 1303.

-, Ambassadors with:.

-, -, Portuguese, I. 366, 696 (p, 307).

-, -, English, I. 873. See Pate, Ric. (recalled 1537); also Wyatt, Thomas (1537).

-, -, French ambassador with, I. 637 (p. 285).

-, -, Venetian, II. 245.

-, his council, I. 366 (p. 162), 637; II. 18 n, 1249.

-, his daughter, II. 1217.

-, French herald (king of crotche), sent to, I. 873, 1055.

-, his army in Italy (the Imperialists), I. 763, 1181 (p. 543); II. 484, 656, 725, 868, 1021.

-, his fleet (armata), II. 730, 750, 792.

Charles, duke of Orleans and of Angoulême, younger son of Francis I., I. 12, 122, 366 (p. 161), 445 (p. 215), 625, 696 (p. 307), 815, 826; II. 212–13, 471, 987, 1040, 1217 (pp. 429–30), 1243, 1254, 1303.

Charleton,——, II. 547 (? see Notes).

-, (Charlltun), Cuthb. (Cuddy), I. 351, 421–2, 1090 (pp. 504, 507):—App. 2; II. 249, 280, 291, 588, 741.

-, -, his wife, II. 291.

-, Edw., I. 222. 351, 421–2, 799, 1090 (pp. 504, 507):—App. 2; II. 155 n, 249, 280, 588, 741, 772, 823, 878, 978–9, 1076, 1231 (p. 433), 1242.

-, -, letter to, I. 222.

-, -, his son, II. 280.

-, Gibbe of, I. 1077.

-, John, I. 799, 859.

-, Ninian or Rynny, I. 799, 859.

-, Prat, I. 799.

-, Roger, II. g. 411 (13).

-, Wm., II. 878, 978, 1076.

-, or Shorleton, Wm., II. g. 411 (13).

Charletons, the family. I. 982; II. 291 (pp. 119–20), 979.

Charlton, North, Nthld., I. 1090 (p. 506).

Charlwood (Charlewode), Surr., II. g. 1311 (17).

Charminster (Chermester) and Bere Regis, Dors., prebend of, in Salisbury, II. 1277, 1287.

Charnelstrete, beside Hungerford, II. 247.

Charteris, John, II. 962.

Chartershows, the. See Coventry, Charter-house of.

Chartessey. See Chertsey.

Chartley (Charteley) manor, Staff., letters dated at, I. 193; II. 852, 857, 897.

Chasteau,——, II. 1053 (p. 369).

Chateaubriant, M. de, II. 1125.

Chatfield, Stephen, II. 1282.

Chatterton, John, II. 939.

Chaundeler, Robt., I. g. 311 (15).

Chauntrell (Chantrell), ——, I. 172; II. 1208 (2).

-, (Chawnterell), John, II. 186 (45, 65).

-, Robt, II. 58 ii.:—g. 1150 (28).

Chauny (Chawneye), in Picardy, letter dated at, I. 1261.

Chawner, Thos., abbot of Croxden, II. g. 411 (2).

Chaworth, Sir John, I. g. 1104 (11); II. g. 1150 (24).

-, John, II. 974.

Cheadle (Chedull), Staff., rector (parson) of. See Norres, Ric.

Chechester. See Chichester.

Cheddington (Chiddyngton), Bucks, II. g. 1311 (22).

Chedull. See Cheadle.

Chedynstone, II. 187 (6 ii.).

Cheeseman (Cheiseman), Mr., II. 748.

-, (Cheseman), Robt., II. g. 1005 (31).

Cheeses, I. 956, 1249; II. 607, 807.

Cheisolme. See Chisholm.

Chelmsford, Essex, II. g. 191 (42), 796 (14).

-, "le Crane," II. g. 796 (14).

Chelsea (Chelsey), Midd., I. 1159; II. 67.

Chemyn. See Smith.

Cheny. See Cheyney.

Cheparde. See Shepherd.

Cheping Barnet. See Barnet.

Chepstow, Monm., letter dated at, I. 727.

Chepyng. See Chipping.

Cheriton, Devon, I. g. 1330 (16).

Cheriton alias Maiden Winterbourn, Wilts., II. g. 1008 (19).

Cheriton Fitzpaine, Devon, II. g. 191 (16).

Chermester. See Charminster.

Chertsey (Chartessey), Surr., II. g. 1311 (22).

-, (Chartessey) Abbey (supp.) of, II. 1267:—g. 1311 (22).

-, -, abbot of. See Cordrey, John.

-, -, surrender of, II. 220, 274.

Cherubino, ——, I. 551.

Cheseman. See Cheeseman.

Cheshire (county palatine of Chester), I. 302 (p. 136), 392 (p. 194), 466, 849, 1282:—g. 539 (42), 1330 (55); II. 896, 1123, 1186, 1215, 1314 (1, 2):—g. 411 (9), 1150 (18), 1311 (37).

-, justiceship of, II. 770, 775.

-, sheriff of, II. 1215. See Delves, Sir Henry (1537–8).

-, under sheriff of, II. 1123, 1186.

Cheshunt (Chesthunt) Nunnery (supp.), Herts, I. 571.

Chester (Westchester), I. 394 (2), 679, 1271 (2); II. 58, 222, 469, 556, 597, 758.

-, letters dated at, I. 130, 1109, 1271 (3); II. 58, 531.

-, letter from mayor and aldermen, II. 817.

-, mayor of. See Goodman, Wm.

-, sheriffs of (named); II. 469.

-, gauger of, II. 817.

-, St. Werburg's Abbey, I. 1109; II. 1314.

-, -, abbot of. See Byrchynshawe, John.

-, Castle, II. 58 ii., 597.

-, Nunnery (St. Mary's) of, I. 694:—g. 311 (39).

-, -, Eliz. Gravenor, prioress of, I. g. 311 (39).

-, St. Katharine's, priest of, I. 1271 (4).

-, White Friars, prior of. See Hurleton, John.

Chester (Coventry and Lichfield), Bishop of. See Lee, Dr. Roland.

Chester, earldom of, II. 911.

Chester Herald, II. 1060 (p. 373).

Chester, Wm., I. 1147.

Chesterfield, Derb., I. g. 1008 (9).

Chester le Street, Dham., II. 80.

Chesterton Parva, Oxon, II. g. 1008 (5).

Cheston, Herts, II. g. 1008 (37).

Chete (Yorks.?), II. 984.

Chetwyn, John, I. g. 795 (12).

Chever, Walt., II. 1310 ii. (2).

Chevers (Chevyris), Irish family, II. 898 (8).

Cheyney (Chene), Sir Thomas, warden of the Cinque Ports, I. 250, 528, 748, 1003, 1008; II. 136, 445, 475, 846, 911 ii., 1331:—g. 1150 (13), 1311 (16, 28).

-, -, letter from, II. 846.

-, -, letters to, I. 748; II. 846.

Cheyney, Sir Fras., I. 794.

-, Sir John, I. g. 311 (24).

-, John, II. 975.

-, (Cheyne, Cheyny, Cheny), Margaret, "Lady Bulmer," wife of Sir John Bulmer, I. 66, 304, 870, 1039, 1084 (my lady), 1087 (pp. 494–5), 1088 (2), 1199 (2, 3), 1207 (8), 1227, 1239, 1285; II. 181,357.

-, -, evidence against, I. 1087 (p. 495).

-, Wm., dec., I. 1199 (2), 1207 (8).

Chichester (Chechester), II. 1282:—g. 1008 (19).

-, letter from the mayor, I. 511.

-, Cathedral, II. 4.

Chichester (Chechester), Rob., II. 1147.

Chiddyngton. See Cheddington.

Chief Baron, lord. See Lister, Sir Ric.

Chief Justice, lord. See FitzJames, Sir John.

Chieri (Chier), in Piedmont, II. 1040, 1127.

Chief, Cardinal of. See Caraffa, Gian Pietro.

Chike, John, II. 275.

Childe (Chylde), Henry, I. 581.

-, Ric., II. 357 (3).

Chillesford (Chylford), Suff., II. 1050.

Chillingham Castle, Nthld., I. 1090 (p. 506).

Chillington, Soms., II. g. 191 (57).

Chilon. See Chaloner.

Chilston, Kent., II. g. 1008 (19).

Chilwell, Notts., II. 187 (4?).

Chipchase, Nthld., I. 799, 1090 (p. 507); II. 142.

Chippenham, Wilts., I. g. 311 (33).

Chipping Barnet. See Barnet.

Chipping Lambourn, Berks, I. g. 311 (33).

Chipping (Chepyng) Ongar (Chipping-hunger), Essex, I. g. 1105 (5); II. g. 796 (5).

Chippyndale, (Lane.?), I. 518.

Chippyngwicombe. See Wycombe.

Chipstead, Surr., II. g. 1311 (22).

Chisholm (Cheisolme), John, grand customer of Scotland, II. g. 191 (27, 142).

Chislet (Chistlet) Park, Kent, II. 1170.

Chittlehampton, Devon, I. 452.

Chobham (Chabhame), Surr., II. g. 1311 (22).

Chocquart, Anthoine, I. 441, 579.

-, -, letter from, I. 579.

Cholmeley (Chamley), Mr., his house spoiled, I. 383, 467.

-, Ric., II. App. 1.

-, -, his father, II., App. 1.

-, Sir Roger, recorder of London, serjeant-at-law, I. 734 (1); II. 369 (3):—App. 1:—g. 1008 (31), 1150 (19).

-, -, letter from, II. App. 1.

-, (Chambley, Chomley), Sir Roger, of Yorkshire, I. 1159, 1172 (2), 1184, 1207 (3); II. 172 (2), 218, 583, 733.

-, -, letter from, II. 583.

-, -, his son, II. 583.

Chorely, (Salop?), I. g. 795 (12).

Chorfu. See Corfu.

Chorlton, Wm., I. 744.

Chovos. See Covos.

Chowbakon, and Jack, his brother, II. 84.

Chowmownd. See Chamond.

Christchurch Twynham, priory, Hants., II. 1314.

Christede. See Kirkstead.

Christenings, reported tax upon, I. 62, 70 vi., 200 (p. 85), 369, 393 (p. 195), 520, 1018.

Christian III., King of Denmark, (called duke of Holstein by Imperialists), I. 418, 1117; II. 123, 192, 218–19, 253, 390, 585, 745, 1151 (2, 3).

-, -, letters from, II. 123, 253.

-, -, letters to, I. 418, 1117; II. 218.

Christiern or Christian II., King of Denmark (deposed and in prison), II. 390, 745.

Church, the, of Rome, (Holy See &c., "Universal Church"), I. 105, 429–30, 541, 564 (2), 625, 901 (pp. 404–7, 409), 988, 1011 (p. 454), 1116, 1141, 1202 (2), 1242 (p. 570), 1262; II. 25, 245, 292 iii., 310 (2), 1088, 1116, 1148, 1212.

Church of England, I. 6 (p. 7), 70 ii., 144, 147, 163, 165, 201 (pp. 90, 94), 368, 393 (p. 195), 541, 790 (p. 347), 841 (3), 851, 901 (pp. 410, 412), 1012, 1022 (p. 467), 1087 (p. 499); II. 310 (2), 908.

Church doors, bills set on. See under Northern men.

Church goods, I. 541.

Church ornaments (chalices, plate, jewels, goods, &c.), rumours about confiscation of, I. 6 (pp. 3, 4,) 70 i., iii.–xiii., 201 (p. 90), 261 (p. 121), 380, 392, 456, 481 (pp. 227–8), 808, 900, 901, 1011, 1316; II. 357, 1286 (p. 450), 1310 i. (44):—g. 191 (56).

Churchill, Oxon., I. g. 539 (19).

Church Langton, Leic., I. g. 1330 (20).

Chutts, Mr., I. 999.

Chwaytes. See Thwaytes.

Chylford. See Chillesford.

Chyntynge, Suss., II. g. 1008 (3).

Cibo (Sybo), Innocentius, cardinal, I. 347, 365; II. 554, 854.

Cicell. See Cecil.

Cifuentes, Fernando de Silva, count of, Imperial ambassador at Rome, I. 123, 551, 1052–3, 1116, 1141, 1231; II. 17, 18, 62, 118, 212–13, 700.

-, -, letters from, I. 123, 1116.

-, -, letters to, II. 17, 118, 700.

Cinque Ports, the, II. 136.

Cirencester, Glouc., abbey of, II. 1314.

-, -, John abbot of, II. g. 1150 (33).

Cladon. See Clayden.

Clais (Clay) Neutz, ——, alias Baertz, a Fleming, II. 306, 350.

Clais Syme, ——, I. 524.

Clamforthbrigges. See Glandford Bridge.

Clampe, Thos., I. 1301 (2).

Clancoughor, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (4).

Clane barony and vicarage, co. Kildare, II. 1310 i. (4, 43).

-, Jas. ——, vicar of, II. 1310 i. (43).

Clanricard (Clanrycart), in Ireland, II. 1052.

Clapham (Clappam), Yorks., vicar of, called "steward of the commons," I. 632, 914.

Clapham or Clapam, Mrs., II. 186 (1).

-, Chr., II. 186 (1).

-, John, Marshal of Berwick (temp. Hen. VII.), II. 186 (3).

Clapton. See Clopton.

Clare, Suff., II. 974.

Clare, ——, II. 1211.

Claredon (qu. Claverdon?), Warw., II. g. 1311 (18).

Clarence, George duke of (t. Edw. IV.), I. g. 1330 (53).

Clarencieux King cf Arms. See Hawley, Thomas.

Clarencieux, Mrs., II. 1060 (p. 374).

Clarke, Clarkson. See Clerk, Clerkson.

Claton, ——, II. 186 (20).

Claverdon, Warw., II. g. 1311 (18? Claredon).

Claxhill, Glouc., I. g. 795 (42).

Claxton, ——, II. 186 (68).

Clayden (Claydon), Gilbert, II. 605.

-, (Cladon), John, priest, I. 716, 832, 840, 880.

-, -, signature of, I. 716, 832, 840, 880.

Claydon (Cleydon), (Bucks.?), letter dated at, II. 232.

Claye. See Cley.

Clay Nendz. See Clais Neutz.

Claypole (Cleipulle), Harry, I. 934.

Clays or Clay, Matthew, letter from, I. 346.

Claysheme, ——, of Sluys, a Spaniard, I. 718 (2).

Clayton, Henry, II. g. 191 (15).

Cleaveley (Clevely), Lanc., I. g. 795 (14).

Clederow. See Clitheroe.

Clee (Clye), Linc., I. 380 (p. 178), 677.

Cleeland, i.e. the district of Cleobury Mortimer, q. c.

Cleffland. See Cleveland.

Clefford. See Clifford.

Cleipulle. See Claypole.

Clema(in the Low Countries?), I. g. 795 (6).

Clemens, Sir Ric., II. g. 1311 (28).

Clement VII., Pope, (1523–34), I. 255, 527 ii., 556, 675, 987–8; II. 656, 1128 (p. 396).

Clement, of Watton. See Hudson, Clement.

-, Dan John, letter from, II. 818.

-, John, II. 2.

Clement, Nicholas, of Canterbury, letters from, I. 484–5.

-, Ric., I. 654.

Clements marsh, in Foulness, II. g. 191 (40).

Clenokvawre. See Clynnog Vawre.

Cleobury Mortimer (Cleeland), I. 93.

Clere, John, I. 588; II. 56.

-, Stephen, of Hull, I. 201 (p. 87).

Clereston, co. Wexford, II. 1310 i. (18).

Clergy, the (spiritualty, churchmen, priests, parsons, curates, &c), I. 6 i. (p. 7), ii., 21, 29 (2), 39, 43, 144, 192, 201 (pp. 86, 89, 94), 227, 261 (p. 124), 301, 369, 380, 481, 533, 568, 687 (pp. 303–4), 698 (pp. 310, 312), 749, 786, 789, 809, 848, 849 (p. 381), 900 (pp. 402–3), 901 (pp. 404, 411–12), 945, 990, 1084 (p. 492), 1087 (p. 497), 1244, 1313.— App. 1; II. 205, 231, 328–9, 409, 592, 875, 1114, 1134:—App. 37.

Clerk or Clark, —, II. 186 (67).

-, Agnes, II. 1080, 1193.

-, Chr., Aske's servant, I. 847, 848 (p. 378).

-, Edm., I.g. 1103 (15).

-, Harry, I. 718.

-, Hugh, II. 964.

-, Sir John, II. 157, 1193:—g. 1150 (15).

-, John, I. 157 ii., 1194 (2):—g. 1330 (50); II. 56, 68, 1043–4, 1310 ii. (l):—g. 796(18).

-, (Clarke), Philip, II. 1151 (3), 1247, 1255, 1276.

-, Ralph, I. g. 1330 (36).

-, Richard, II. 1080.

-, Robt., II. 172 (2).

-, (Clarke), Thos., I. 129, 567; II. 834.

-, letter from, I. 567.

-, (Clarke), Wm., serjeant-at-arms, II. 1060 (p. 373).

-, (Clerke), Wm., elk., I. g. 311 (20).

Clerkenwell. See under London.

Clerkson (Clerkeson), Mich., I. g. 1104(11); II. g. 1150 (24).

-, Roger, elk., I. g. 1103 (35).

-, Wm., I. g. 1104(11); II. g. 1150(24).

Cleve, Glouc, I. g. 795 (42).

Cleveland (Cleffland), Yorks., I. 6 i. (p. 5), ii.. 164, 259, 319, 369 (p. 165), 789, 902, 1012 (p. 456), 1083, 1084 (p. 492), 1087 (p. 495), 1092.

-, archdeacon of, I. 1011 (p. 455).

Clevely. See Cleaveley.

Cleveok, in Anglesea, II. 858.

Cleves and the Clevois, I. 801, 1167:—g. 795 (6); II. 1243.

Cleyes and Juliers, John duke of, 1.660; II. 245 (p. 102), 1303.

-,- his son's (Count William of Ravcstein) proposed marriage with the duchess of Milan, I. 660; II. 245 (p. 102), 633, 825, 1187, 1243.

-, -, his daughter, II. 1172.

Clewer (Cluer), near Windsor, II. 1241:—g. 1311 (22).

Cley (Claye), Norf., II. g. 191 (27), 1311 (30).

Cleyberghe, Nicolas de, letter from, II. 1307.

Cleydon. See Claydon.

Clif or Cliff See Clyff.

Cliff, Yorks., I. 392 (p. 186).

Clifford (Clyfforthe), Henry lord, Cumberland's son, I. 7 (p. 10), 63, 71–2, 225, 687 (p. 301), 792, 1060 (pp. 373–4).

-, -, letter to, I. 792.

Clifford, Eleanor lady, wife of the preceding, I. 1186.

-, -, her son, I. 1186.

Clifford (Clefford), Sir Thomas, Captain of Berwick, I. 85, 219, 225, 259, 294, 421, 775, 952, 968, 973, 1256, 1258, 1286–7:—g. 795 (4); II. 10, 69, 193, 332, 346–7, 430, 612:—App. 19:—g. 796 (12), 1311 (29).

-, -, letters from, I. 85, 294, 1256, 1286–7; II. 10, 346–7.

-, -, letter to, I. 952.

-, -, chaplain of, I. 259.

-, -, signature of, I. 421,.

Clifford, —, (of Calais?), I. 1039.

-, Anne, I. g. 311 (17).

-, Chas., dec, I. g. 311 (17).

-, Edw., I. g. 795 (31).

-, Eliz., I. 1138.

-, James, II. g. 1008 (18), 1150 (18, 33).

-, John, I. 1138.

-, Thomas, deputy captain of Carlisle, bastard son of the earl of Cumberland, I. 411, 419, 427, 439, 448, 479, 687 (p. 304):—g. 1105 (2); II. 249 (3 ii., 6), 250 (I ii.).

-, -, letter from, I. 427.

Cliffords, the family, II. 642.

Clifton, Oxon, I. g. 539 (19).

Clifton, Westmld., I. 687 (p. 304).

Clifton, —, I. 392 (p. 186); II. 186 (41), 684, 783.

-, —, chaplain, II. 851.

-, Dr., sub-dean of York, I. 1022.

-, Gervaisc, I. 1089:—g. 795 (13), 1104 (11).

-, John, I.g. 539 (11).

-, Rob., dec, I. g. 795 (13).

-, Walter, of Gray's Inn, I. 392 (p. 186).

-, Wm., I. g. 539 (11); II. 561, 682, 1330.

Clinton, Edward, lord, I. 590, 734 (2), 1012 (4), 1087 (p. 500), 1199, 1207 (20):—g. 1104 (10); II. g. 1150 (16).

Clinton, Elizabeth, lady. See Tailboys, lady.

Clinton, lady Jane, II. 654–5.

-, -, letter from, II. 654.

Clintonscourte, co. Kildare, II. 1310 i. (20):—g. 1008 (35).

Clipper of money, a. See Coin.

Clissa (Clysa, Clysse), in Dalmatia, I. 310, 763, 1190 (2); II. 17, 18, 129.

Clitheroe, Lane, II. 186 (26).

Clitheroe (Clederow), Hugh, I. 174, 392 (p. 185).

Cloghran manor, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (2).

Clon. See Clunn.

Cloneogan, co. Carlow, II. 1310 i. (4).

Clonfert, bishop of. See Bourke, Roland.

Clonmell (Clomell, Clumen), co. Tipperary, II. 898 (1, 9 iv., II), 1096, 1260, 1302.

-, vicar of, II. 763.

-, verdict of the town, II. 898 (9).

Clonmore, co. Carlow, I. 394 (2)—II. 1097:—g. 1008 (35).

Clonquoyllan, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (4).

Clonshamboe (Clonshanbowe), co. Kildare, II. 1310 i. (43).

Clopton or Clapton, Wm, II. 215, 302–3, 840.

Closet, the King's, I. 450.

Cloths (kerseys) and clothmakers, I. 74, 415, 691, 1003:—g. 311 (17); 11.509,605, 736–7, 781, 863, 1136.

Clotton. See Clutton.

Cloughenogan castle, co. Carlow, II. 1097.

Clouser, Cornelius, I. g. 795 (6).

Clowhill, Hants., II. g. 1311 (40).

Cloy, Thos., Carthusian, I. 1232.

Cluer. See Clewer.

Clumen. See Clonmell.

Clumnocke. See Clynnog.

Clunn (Clon), Salop, parsonage of, I. 889, 909–11.

Clutton,—, lord Sandes' servant, I. 17.

-, (Clotton), Ric., II 113.

Clyff (Cliff), Thos., II. g. 1008 (28).

-, (Clif, Cliffe, Clef), Dr. Wm., chancellor to the archbishop of York, chaunter of York, 1. 306 (p. 138), 786 ii., 789 (p. 346 bis), 1011 (p. 455), 1021, 1022; II. 402–3.

Clye. See Clee.

Clyffe. See Clyve.

Clymperwell, Glouc, I. g. 795 (42).

Clynnog (Clumnocke, Clenok) Vawr, in Wales, I. 1154–5; II. g. 1008 (29).

Clynnog (Clumnocke) Vychan, in Wales, I. 1155.

Clysa. See Clissa.

Clyve (Clyffe) Abbey, Soma., I. 4.

-, abbot of, I. 4.

Cnocke. See Knock.

Coal (Newcastle coal), I. 718 (3); II. 398, 895.

Coates (Cotes), Yorks., I. 1271 (2).

Cobden, Wm., prior of Black Friars, Guild-ford, II. g. 1008 (33).

Cobham (Kent?), II. 187 (6 ii.).

Cobham alias Coveham, Surr., II. g. 1311 (22).

Cobham Hall, Kent, letters dated at, I. 691, 766, 1245.

Cobham, George Brooke, lord, I. 63, 276, 691, 766, 776, 1199, 1207 (20), 1245; II. 911 (pp. 319–20), 1060 (p. 374):—g. 796 (18), 1311 (28).

-, -, letters from, I. 63, 691, 766, 1245.

Cobham, lady, II. 1060 (p. 374).

Cochett, —, of Calais, II. 1029.

Cochleus (Cocleus), John, the divine, I. 790 (pp. 346, 348).

Cocianer or Catzianer, John, II. 819, 1021.

Cock, Jocham, II. 1325.

Cockayne or Cokayn, Francis, I. g. 539 (9), 1330 (49); II. g. 1008 (43).

-, Sir Thos., I. g. 539 (9), 1330 (49).

Cockerell or Cokerell,—, I. 528; II. 546:—App. 34.

-, (Cokkerell),—, the smith, II. 166 (p. 55).

-, Annys, I. 1100–1; II. 637.

-, -, letters from, I. 1100–1.

-, -, her husband, I. 1101.

-, (Cokerel),Edm.,I. 718; II.App. 23.

-, (Cokerell), Henry, I. 572.

-, (Cokkerell, Cowkerell), James, rector of Lythc, quondam prior of Gisburn, I. 532, 534–5, 979, 1012 (3, 4), 1023, 1087 (p. 499), 1088, 1199 (2, 3), 1207 (8), 1227, 1296, 1307 (2):—g. 1330 (48); II. 12 (p. 5), 181.

-, -, his chaplain. See Blythe, Thos.

-, -, evidence against, I. 1087 (p. 499).

-, -, his money, &c, I. 535, 979, 1296, 1307 (2).

-, Nich., brother of the Quondam of Gisburn, I. 979 ii.

Cockerington (Cokryngton), Line, I. 581 ii.

Cockermouth (Cokkarmouth), Cumbld, I. 71–2, 185 (pp. 79, 80), 319, 336, 469, 478, 498 (1, 2), 687 (p. 301–3), 1092, 1214 (2), 1246, 1259; II. 205, 398, 548.

-, letters dated at, I. 641, 1015.

-, castle of, I. 930; II. 548.

Cockhull Nunnery, Wore, I. g. 795 (9).

-, Eliz. Hughes, prioress of, I. g. 795 (9).

Cockson. See Cokeson.

Codd, Robt., priest, I. g. 795 (33).

Codde, Robt., prior (late) of Pentney, I. g. 1103 (18).

Coddington (Codyngton), Notts, II. g. 1008 (9).

Codenham (Coduham), John, S. T. P., II. 1156:—g. 1311 (13).

Codryche (Goodrich?), Heref., I. g. 539 (19).

Cofferer [of the Household], Mr. See Pekham, Edm.

Coffey, Owen, prior of St. Peter's, Newtown, II. 1310 ii. (3).

Coffyn (Coffyne), Sir William (knighted 18 Oct. 1537), I. 354, 450, 457 (p. 220), 586, 680, 812, 948, 1188, 1279:—g. 539 (9); II. 711, 939, 946.

-, Coffen), Mr., II. 182.).

-, Mrs. or Lady, I. 1267; II. 271, 1060 (pp. 373–4).

-, James, I. g. 1330 (22).

-, Ric., I. 452.

-, Wm., II. g. 1008 (43).

Cogan, S. Wales, peel of, II. 640.

Coggeshall (Cokkyshall), Essex; II. g. 191 (40).

-, abbey of, II. 1151 (2, 3).

Coggeswell, Nich., I. g. 795 (37).

Coin, clipping of, II. 1122 (p. 393), 1151 (2 bis, 3 ter).

Coinage and money, I. 1174; II. 464 (2), 509.

Coining of false money, II. 58 ii., 186 (23), 597 ii., 1151 (2, 3).

Coke,—, prior of St. Agatha's beside Richmond, I. 787.

-, (Cook, Cok), Mrs., II. 429, 448, 1065–6.

-, John, I. g. 1330 (12).

-, Ralph, II. 102.

-, Robt., II. 505 (2).

See also Cooke.

Cokersand abbey, Lane, I. 1, 716.

Cokesden, II. 187 (6 ii.).

Cokesey, Worc., II. g. 411 (5).

Cokeson (Cookson, Cockson), John, water-bailey of Calais, II. 162, 363, 612, 831, 1070, 1209.

-, -, letter from, II. 831.

Cokeston or Coxston,—, II. 256.

Coket, John, I. 572.

Cokfeld. See Cuckfield.

Cokkarmouth. See Cockermouth.

Cokke, John, II. 13 (3).

Cokkesford. See Coxford.

Cokkyshall. See Coggeshall.

Cokkyshede, John, I. 1208.

Cokryngton. See Cockerington.

Colbek, John, II. g. 411 (3).

Colbrooke, in Wales, I. g. 1830 (51).

Colbrooke. See Colnbrook.

Colby (Norf.?), letter dated at, II. 141.

Colchester, Essex, I. 19, 70 i.; II. 863, 1122 (p. 393), 1155.

-, mandate to the bailiffs, II. 863.

-, abbey of, II. 1314.

-, castle of, I. g. 311 (30).

-, "the men of," II. 1122 (p. 393).

Colchester, Robt., II. 561.

Coldred, Kent, II. g. 1150 (31).

Coldstream, in Scotland, I. 839.

-, prioress of, II. 422.

Cole, Henry, letters from, II. 40, 45.

-, Ric., letter from, I. 605.

-, (Colle), Robert, priest, I. 157–8, 1089 (p. 504).

-, -, letter from, I. 158.

-, Thos., II., 182.

-, Wm., II. 1029.

Colemount, Thos., II. 289 n.

Colerne (Coloron), Wilts., I. g. 311 (33).

Coleshill (Colsell), Flintsh., II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

Coley (Colley, Colleyn), near Reading, letter dated at, II. 1256.

Coley. See Cowley.

Colie. See Colly.

Coll, Edm., letter from, II. 956.

Collande, Ric, I. 1155.

Colles, Thos., II. 56.

Collet Innes, co. Dublin, II. 1310 i. (2).

Colley. See Coley.

Collier (Kolyer),—, I. 1271 (3).

Collingwood (Colingwod), —, of Louth, I. 380 (p. 174).

-, Robert à, I. 351, 421, 864 (p. 357), 973; II. 193, 203 (p. 87), 226, 249–50 (1, 3, 5):—g. 1150 (18).

-, -, signature of, I. 421.

Collin (Colyn), Alex., II. 505 (2).

-, (Colyn), John, II. 505 (2).

Collins, George, letter to, II. 730.

-, (Colyns), Lancelot, treasurer of York, I. 532–4, 786 (p. 342), 809, 1018, 1023. 1025, 1264.

-, -, examination of, I. 1018.

-, Robert, L.L.B., Cranmer's commissary, letter to, I. 977 (misprinted Thos.).

-, (Colyns, Colyn, Collyngs, Coleyns), William, bailiff of Kendal, "Captain of Poverty," I. 411, 632 (Collynson), 671, 787, 849 (pp. 380–1, 383), 878, 914, 959, 965, 973, 1088, 1089 (p. 504); II. 192.

-, -, examination of, I. 914.

Collinson, John, II. 44.

-, (Colynson), Ralph), II. g. 191 (33).

Collion in Dyffryncloid, I. g. 539 (16).

Collis, Ric., prier (late) of Canons Ashby, II. g. 1008 (10).

Collwyll, Thos., II. g. 191 (42).

Colly (Colie), Anth., I. 1027.

Collynson, Wm. See Collins.

Colly Weston, Ntht., letter dated at, I. 282.

Colman, Laur., II. 959.

Colmworth (Colmorth), Beds., II. g. 796 (18).

Colnbrook (Colbrooke, Colbroke, Cawlbroke), Bucks., II. 1060 (pp. 373–4):—g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

Colne, Essex, letter dated at, I. 27.

-, grants delivered at, II. g. 411 (39, 40).

Colne, Lanc., I. 1020.

Colne Comitis (Earl's Colne), Essex. II. 665 (2).

-, priory (supp.) of, II. g. 191 (53).

-, -, Robt. Abel, prior of, II. g. 191 (53).

Colneston, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Colne Wakes, Essex, I. g. 1103 (11).

Cologne, I. g. 1103 (30).

Cologne, Hermann von Weide, archbishop of, II. 311, 312.

Colonna, Pyrrho, II. 554.

Colpe (Coulpe), co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (21).

-, abbey of, II. 1288, 1310 i. (21), ii (3, 4, 9).

Colpeper. See Culpeper.

Colpho. See Culpho.

Colsell. See Coleshill.

Colsseley (Staff.?), I. 1263.

Colt (Colte), George, I. 16; II. g. 1150 (42).

-, Robt., II. 44, 48, 665 (2).

Colthill (in Ossory?), II. 1046.

Colton (Coton), Hugh, his ship, I. 285; II. 167, 636.

Colvill (Colven), Sir James, comptroller of Scotland, I. 1094.

Colwell, Nthd., I. 799.

Colyer, James, I. 531.

Colyn. See Collins.

Colyns. See Collins.

Colynson, Wm., I. 581.

Colyton (Couleton), Devon, II. g. 1150 (7).

Combe Abbey, Warw., II. 1141 (2).

Combe, Robt., II. 1011.

Combe Martin, Devon, II. 964 (2):—g. 1008 (39, see Errata).

Combes, John, I. 620; II. 215, 302–3, 496.

-, -, signature of, II. 215, 303, 496.

-, Thos., I. g. 311 (24).

Combewell or Comwell, Kent, II. g. 1150 (31).

-, priory (supp.) of, II. g. 1150 (31).

Combhyer. See Cwm-Hir.

Combley (Cumleye) in Arreton, I. of Wight, 1. 662:—g. 539 (45).

Combmeston. See Combe Martin.

Comdoveok. See Cumdevock.

Comendador mayor [of Leon]. See Covos, F. de los.

Comerford, in Ireland, II. 837.

Comer for the, Jas. II. 859.

Comet seen in Germany, I. 377.

Commissary [of Calais], Mr. See Butler, John.

Commission to compound for forfeitures, I, g. 1330 (55).

Commissions, I. 127.

Commissions to hold inquisition, I. 539 (42), 795 (12), g. 1105 (13, 16), 1330 (43); II. g. 191 (30, 44, 49, 50, 58), 411 (5, 9), 1008 (6, 30), 1311 (10).

-, of sewers, I. g. 1105 (11); II. 1150 (13).

-, of the peace, I. 539 (3, 4, 9), 795 (4), 1104 (10, 11); II. 157:—g. 1008 (31, 43), 1150 (11, 12, 15, 16, 20–22, 30, 33, 41, 42), 1311 (28, 29).

-, of gaol delivery, II. g. 1008 (12, 18), 1150 (14, 19, 24, 28, 43), 1311 (32).

Commodythur, in Wales, I. g. 311 (46).

Commondale, Yorks., I. 1277 iii.

Common Pleas, court of, II. g. 411 (18), 1008 (11).

Commons, inclosures of. See Inclosures.

Commoscowth, in Wales, I. g. 311 (46).

Commyng, Averey, prior of St. Oswalds, II. 186 (54).

Compiegne (Compiegny, Compienny), in France, I. 414, 647, 1261.

-, letters dated at, I. 463–4, 496, 525, 563, 580, 600; II. 1271:—App. 10. Compton, Surr., II. g. 1008 (19), 1311 (22).

Compton Longa, I. g. 1330 (59); II. g. 1008 (5).

Compton, Peter, I. g. 1330 (59).

-, Sir Wm., dec., I. 873 (p. 393):—g. 1330 (59); II. g. 191 (6).

Comptroller [of Calais], my lord. See Howard, Lord Edm.

Comptroller [of the Household], Mr., II. 945. See Paulet, Sir Wm.

Comryntyng, I. 843.

Comtet, Thibault, I. 47 (I, 7).

-, -, letter to, I. 47 (7).

Comyn, Nich., bp. of Lismore, II. 898 (9).

Conall monastery, in Kildare, I. 1278.

Condersley, Chesh., I. 694.

Conears. See Conyers.

Confession, expediency of, I. 93 (2).

Confirmation, sacrament of, I. 407, 409.

-, -, judgments of divines upon, II. 403.

Confo. See Corfu. Congan, John, II. g. 411 (31).

Congham, Norf., I. g. 1311 (30).

Congresbury (Coungerisbury), Soras., I. 1194 (2).

Coningsby (Conysby), Linc., I. 1103 (5).

Coningsby (Conysbe), Mr., II. 143, 186 (64), 603.

-, (Conyngesby), Sir Humph., dec., I. g. 1330 (42).

-, Humph., I. g. 1330 (42).

-, John, II. 186 (65):—g. 1150 (41).

-, Thos., I. g. 1330 (42).

-, Wm., attorney of the Duchy, II. 1311 (3).

-, (Conynsby), Wm, I. 581 (n).

Conisbrough (Conuysborugh) castle, Yorks., I. 930.

Conished (Conyshed) Priory, Lane., I. 1, 878, 914 (p. 417), 965 (2), 1088, 1089 (p. 504), 1321.

-, prior of, I. 787, 849 (p. 381), 914 (p. 417).

Conisholm, Line, parson of, I. 481.

Connall, barony in, co. Kildare, II. 1310 i. (4).

Connaught, in Ireland, II. 146, 507, 729 (5), 1052.

Connington (Conyngton), Hunts, II. g. 1311 (20).

Connors, the. See O'Connors.

Conquest, Edm., II. 1326.

-, Ric., letter from; II. 1326.

Conset, Chr., I. 1277.

Consistory. See under Cardinals.

Constable, Sir Robert, of Flamborough, I. 6i. (pp. 5–8), ii., 29 (1–2), 30, 33, 67, 96, 100, 102–3, 112–15, 136, 145, 157–9, 162, 171, 192, 198, 201 (p. 86, 91), 202, 369 (p. 166), 370, 380 (pp. 173, 178), 392 (pp. 191, 193–4), 393, 465–6, 481 (p. 228), 536, 558, 594, 698 (1, 2, 3 p. 313), 730, 846–9, 851–2, 863, 891, 899, 901 (p. 410–11), 917, 945 (3), 946 (2), 973, 991, 1011, 1013 (p. 459), 1021 (1, 3), 1022 (pp. 465–6), 1080, 1087 (p. 497–8), 1088, 1130, 1156, 1163, 1172 (1, 2) 1175, 1199 (2, 3), 1207 (8), 1218, 1225–7, 1239, 1252, 1285:—g. 1330 (1); II. 34, 41, 77 (p. 27), 133, 144, 156, 160–1, 166 (p. 55), 178, 181, 186 (19), 190, 228–9, 234, 285, 292 i., iii., 432, 441, 536, 588, 915, 1016, 1018–19:— App. 31.

-, -, letters from, I. 102, 113–4, 146, 159, [847, 848 (p. 377)], 1225–6.

-, -, letters to, I. 33, 96, 100, 115, 145, 465, [847, 848 (p. 378)].

-, -, signature of, II. 160.

-, -, his debts, I. 1226; II. 160.

-, -, his offices, II. 161, 234, 432.

-, -, evidence (correspondence, &c.) against, I, 847–9, 851, 891, 1087 (pp. 497–8).

-, -, manifesto of, I. 103.

-, -, his father, I. 1225.

-, -, his bailiff. See Holme, bailiff of.

-, -, his banner, I. 380 (p. 178).

-, -, sent to the Tower, I. 846.

Constable (Constable),——,I. 380 (p. 175).

-, ——, daughter of Sir Wm. Gascoigne, II. 137.

-, Chr., nephew of Sir Robert, I. 1130.

-, Eliz., wife of Sir Marmaduke C, jun., letter from, II. 1327.

-, James, of the Clyff, I. 392 (p. 186).

-, Joan, wife of John, I. g. 795 (46).

-, (Cunstable), Sir John, sen., I. 6 (p. 7), 171, 201, 380 (p. 178), 392 (pp. 186–7, 190), 481 (p. 228), 1130, 1159 iii., 1172 (2), 1207 (4); II. App. 31.

-, Sir John, junior, son of the preceding, I. 392 (pp. 186, 190).

-, John, I. g. 795 (46), 1104 (11); II. g. 1150 (24).

-, Sir Marm. (qu. sen. or jun.?), II. 1060 (p. 374).

-, Sir Marmaduke, jun., son of Sir Robert, I. 369 (p. 166), 1019, 1225; II. 1018–19, 1151, 1327.

-, -, letter to, I. 1225.

-, -, his son. See Constable, Robt.

-, -, his wife. See Constable, Eliz.

-, Marmaduke, son of Sir William, of Rudstone, I. 392 (p. 190), 1225.

-, Sir Marmaduke, senior, brother of Sir Robert, I. 6 (p. 6), 46, 56, 64, 67, 198, 315, 615, 730, 731, 849 (p. 383), 1089, 1207 (1), 1255; II. 92, 100, 102 (2, 3, 4), 250 (2), 696, 914, 952.

-, letters from, I. 46, 56, 64, [849 (p. 383)], 1255.

-, -, his son and heir, I. 198.

-, -, signature of, I. 615.

-, -, his wife, I. 730.

-, (Cunstabyll), Sir Wm., of Hatfield in Holderness, I. 6 (p. 7), 174, 201, 392 (pp. 186, 189–91).

-, Ralph, I, 392 (p. 186).

-, Robt., son of Sir Marmaduke C., junior, II. 1018–19.

-, Robert, of Helmsley, I. 1130.

-, Wm., son of Sir Robert, I. 30.

-, Wm., I. 201 (pp.86, 91), 202, 370; II. g. 1311 (34).

-, (Cunstable), Wm., elk., I. g. 795 (46).

Constables of parishes, I. 369 (pp. 164–5), 730 (2).

Constance, Council of, I. 444 (p. 214).

Constantinople, I. 310, 924, 1144, 1190 (2); II 129, 1122, 1127, 1217.

-, Venetian baglio at, II. 1217.

Contarini, Gaspar, cardinal, I. 309, 431, 526, 544, 721, 862, 1053 (p. 481), 1189, 1262; II. 73, 169. 176, 310, 312, 499, 510, 559, 791, 1026, 1126.

-, -, letters from, I. 431, 1189, 1262; II. 176, 312, 510.

-, -, letters to, I. 526, 544, 721; II 73, 169, 310, 499, 559, 791.

Contarini, Thomas, brother of Gaspar, II. 791.

Contes (?), castle of, I. 1071. Convocation, I. 201 (p. 89), 786 ii., 901 (pp. 408, 410), 977; II. 402, 703. See also Bishops: Council.

-, promised, to be held at York, I. 6 ii., 45, 102–3, 847, 1087 (p. 498), 1207 (8), 1242 (p. 570).

Conway (Conwye), N. Wales, II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

-, letter dated at, I. 215.

-, abbey (supp.) of, II. g. 1311 (22 p. 470).

-, -, Richard Price, abbot of, letter from, I. 215.

Conway, Chr., II. 475.

-, Edw., I. g. 539 (4); II. g. 1008 (6).

Conyers (Coniers), Chr. lord, of Hornby, I. 6 (pp. 7, 8), 56, 116, 200, 236 (pp. 114–15), 337, 392 (p. 193), 469, 491, 979, 1092; II. 14, 186 (2), 741 (p. 267): —g. 1150 (11).

Conyers, William, first lord (1509–24), II. 186 (27, 29, 30).

-, -, letters from, II. 186 (29, 30).

Conyers, Chr., Bigod's servant, I. 578 (p. 267).

-, (Conears), Cuthb., II. 186 (8, 27).

-, -, letter from, II. 186 (27).

-, Sir George, I. 271, 369 (p. 166), 392 (p. 186), 533 (p. 247), 1092, 1172 (2), 1184, 1207 (4); II. 188.

-, (Conzars, Conyas), Gregory, I. 234, 271, 532–3 (pp. 246–7), 535 ii., 810, 846, 870, 992, 1084–5, 1159, 1172 (2), 1207 (4), 1296, 1307 (1, 2):—g. 1105 (13); II. 12 (p. 5), 674, 828.

-, -, letter from, I. 271.

-, John, I. 478 (2), 918 ii.

-, Reynold, II. 186 (29).

-, Robert, I. 392 (p. 191), 578 (pp. 266–7), 1172 (2), 1207 (3).

-, Wm., of Maske, I. 29, 789.

Conyngton. See Connington.

Cook, Mrs. See Coke.

Cooke, Mr., justice, I., 301.

-, (or Coke),——, I. 1137; II. 1109.

-, Laurence, prior of the White. Friars of Doncaster, I. 852, 854; II. 181, 291 ii.

-, -, deposition of, I. 854.

Cookesey, Wm., I. g. 539 (3).

Cookham, Berks, II. 975.

Cookham and Bray, liberties and hundreds of, II. 975.

Cookson. See Cokeson.

Coolock, co. Dublin, II. g. 411 (22? Cowlokc).

Coony, Mr., II. 186 (4).

Coope, Mr., dec, I. 548.

Cooper (Coupcr, Cowper), Wm., of Beverley, I. 141, 201 (pp. 87, 94, 96), 370.

-, -, his wife, I. 201 (p. 89).

Coopercioners lands, I. g. 539 (48); II. g. 191 (6, 8).

Coor, John, II. 1.

Cope, Ant., II. 157:— g. 1150 (15).

-, John, I. g. 539 (38), 1330 (25).

-, Marg., I. g. 1330 (25).

-, Stephen, dec., I. g. 1330 (25).

Copenhagen, letters dated at, II. 123, 219, 253, 585, 745.

Coper,—— II. 195.

"Copercioners lands." See Coopercioners.

Copere,——, II 205 (p. 89).

Copinger, John, confessor of Sion, letters from, II. 33, 809.

-, -, letter to, II. 601.

-, Wm., mayor of Cork, I. g. 795 (21).

Copingford, Hunts, II. g. 1311 (20).

Copledyke (Copyldyke, Coupildike, Cuppildike), Sir John, I. 70 viii.—x., 380 (p. 176), 1207 (13):—g. 1104 (10), 1330 (45); II. g. 1150 (16).

-, (Copulldic), Sir Thos., II. 1258.

Copleston, Devon, letter dated at, I. 324.

Copleston, John, I. 324; II. 856.

-, -, letter from, I. 324.

-, -, his son and heir, I. 324; II. 856.

Copley, Sir Roger, I. 1270.

-, (Coplay), Sir Wm., I. 1172 (2), 1207(4); II. g. 1150(11).

Copmanford, Hunts, II. g. 1311 (20).

Copnor, Hants, II. g. 1311 (40).

Coppyndale or Copyndall,——, I. 201 (p. 90), 370, 392 (p. 186), 698 (2), 848 (p. 377), 849 (p. 383); II. 562.

Copulldyc. See Copledyke.

Coram. See Coverham.

Corbalislan, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (2).

Corbally, co. Dublin, II. 1310 i. (2).

Corbally, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (22).

Corbetiston, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (11).

Corbett,——, of Calais, II. 922–3, 958, 1157, 1209 (p. 425).

-, Mr., of Leghe, II. 927.

-, John, sen. and jun., II. 864:—g. 1150 (18).

Corbie (Corbye, Corbe, Corbeyt), in Picardy, I. 190, 1181, 1219.

Corbridge (Corbrigge, Corbreg), Nthld., I. 595, 1090 (p. 505); II. 398.

Corby, Line, II. 187 (4, 6).

Corbyn, Thos., I. 19.

Corcyra. See Corfu.

Cordrey or Cowdrey, John, abbot of Chertsey (surr. 1537), abbot of Bisham New Foundation, II. 220, 1267:—g. 1150 (3), 1311 (22).

-, -, letter from, II. 1267.

-, -, signature of, II. 220.

Core, Ric., I. 632.

Coren. See Curwen.

Corffton, Salop, I. g. 795 (38).

Corfu (Corffo, Corfo, Corfowe, Chorfu, or Corcyra), the island, I. 1144; II. 129, 320, 355, 509 (2), 546, 750, 819, 825, 844, 860, 888.

-, -, letters dated, II. 320, 730.

-, (Confo), the "canal" or channel of, II. 509 (2).

Corhampton, Hants, II. g. 1311 (40).

Cork, in Ireland, I. 782:—g. 795 (21); II. 943, 1145, 1310 i. (4).

-, mayor of, I. 782:—g. 795 (21). See Copinger, Wm.

-, grant to the city, I. g. 795 (21).

-, Castle of, I. g. 795 (21).

Cork, county of, I. g. 795 (21); II. 1310 i. (4).

Corke, Ric., I. 62.

Cormeil grange, Salop, II. g. 411 (13).

Corn. See Grain.

Cornelius. See Scepperus, Cornelius.

Cornet Castle, in Guernsey, II. g. 191 (46).

Cornetta, Chr., I. 326.

Corney, George, priest, I. 687 (p. 303).

Cornwall, I. 4, 194, 1001, 1293:—g. 311 (29), 1330 (43); II. 182, 352, 563, 613, 690, 738, 803, 812, 875, 898 (9 iv.), 992, 1060:—g. 1150 (12, 18).

-, sheriff of (1537–8). See Trevanion, Sir Hugh.

-, commissioners for suppression in I. 194.

-, sheriff of, II. 690.

Cornwall, duchy of, I. g. 1330 (13); II. 911:—g. 191 (8).

-, -, auditorship of, I. g. 1330 (13).

Cornwall, archdeacon of. See Bedyll, Thos.

-, archdeaconry, II. 706–7.

Cornwall (Cornewall), Sir Thos., I. g. 539 (3); II. g. 1150 (17, 33).

Cornwallis (Cornwales), Sir John, II. g. 1150 (42).

Coron, in Greece, I. 347, 1190 (2).

Coronation of the Queen, proposed, I. 20, 43–5, 64, 103, 137, 146, 198, 201 (pp. 86, 88), 202, 369 (p. 166), 399, 849 (p. 381), 1175; II. 1251.

Corre, Philip, prior of Holmpatrick, II. 1310 ii. (3).

Correymalley. See Curry Mallett.

Corsley (Corseley), Wilts, I. g. 311 (33).

Corson, John, I. 17 (2), 589 (2).

Corsworthe, John, I. 1149.

Corte, John, I. 369 (p. 166).

Cortenall, Ric, I. 685 (3).

Cortenay. See Courtenay.

Cortez, the. See under Spain.

Cortogle, a Turkish captain, II. 524.

Corton, Some., I. g. 795 (19).

Corton, Suff., I. g. 1103 (11).

Corvours, the, II. 1035.

Corwales. See Cornwallis.

Cosigny, Jean Baptiste de, merchant of Rouen, II. 1047, 1146.

Cosingistoune or Cosingeston, in Ireland' II. 898 (7), 1310 ii. (6).

Coteham. See Cottam.

Cotered. See Cottered.

Cotes. See Coates.

Cotes,——, I. 786 (p. 342); II. 612.

-, John, II. 1009.

Cotgreve, John, II. 58 ii.

-,Thos., 11.58 (p. 21).

Cotnam, Rob., I. 581 ii.

Coton. See Cotton.

Cottam or Coteham, Barth., I. 1084, 1087 (p. 495).

Cottered (Cotered), Herts, II. g. 1311 (20).

Cottes, Anth., I. g. 795 (20).

Cottescouth or Cottescough Park, in Middleham, Yorks., II. g. 411 (38).

Cottesford, Dr., of Oxford, I. 211, 264.

Cottesmore, Rutl., II. 1167 (? Ketismer).

Cottingham, Yorks., I. 174, 392 (pp. 184–8, 190), 891:—g. 1103 (1, 31); II. 918.

-, park of, I. g. 795 (18).

Cotton or Coton, Ric, I. g. 1330 (25); II. 302–3:—g. 617(11), 1008 (18,19), 1150 (33). Cotton Wood, near Chester, II. 58 ii.

Coucy (Cowchie),in Picardy, I. 1261.

Coulcurre, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (4).

Couleton. See Colyton.

Coulpe. See Colpe.

Coulsdon (Cullesdon, Culsdon), Surr., II. g. 1150 (3), 1311 (22).

Council the General (summoned for Mantua, May 1537), I. 122 (p. 59), 368, 414, 432–3, 444 (p. 214), 463 (p. 222), 564, 724, 745, 753 (2), 786 ii., 887, 950, 988–9, 1052, 1116, 1141, 1189, 1242, 1310–11; II. 7, 25, 32, 176, 240, 245 (p. 102), 510, 539 (p. 203), 552 (p. 208), 795, 860, 868, 870, 1001, 1026n, 1053 (p. 368), 1088–9, 1116, 1126, 1128 (p, 396), 1148, 1203, 1217, 1249, 1264, 1285, 1290, 1303.

-, -, bulls for prorogation of, I. 989; II. 860.

-, -, protestation of Henry VIII. against, I. 1244, 1310–11, 1315; II. 7, 289, 844–5, 870, 1001, 1088–9, 1116.

Council, the King's, Privy Council, I. 5, 40, 62, 70 i., 79, 80, 84, 88, 125, 127, 149, 152, 173, 185, 192, 195, 197, 201 (p. 89), 211, 214, 237, 244, 258, 271, 291, 299, 301, 315, 319–21, 332–3, 362, 366 (p. 161), 372–4, 378–9, 382, 392 (p. 193), 398–9, 429, 444, 445 (p. 215), 455,468, 492, 505, 558, 560, 567, 594, 623, 636, 651, 666–7, 677, 696–7, 705, 718 (1, 2), 755, 778, 782, 800, 804, 808, 815–16, 837, 841 (3 p. 371), 846, 848 (p. 377), 864, 896, 900 (p. 401), 901 (p. 412), 916–17, 927, 945 (3), 952, 974, 993, 1009, 1013 (pp. 457–8), 1016, 1021 (p. 463), 1022 (p. 466), 1087, 1091, 1118, 1125, 1182, 1239, 1255, 1271, 1302:—App. 2; II. 13 (3), 58 ii., 77. 168, 177, 179, 186 (32, 38, 60, 62), 212, 236, 248, 275, 303, 328, 339, 353, 369 (3 p. 149), 404, 429, 505 (2), 513, 539, 566, 597 ii., 637, 672, 691, 694, 696 (2), 764, 774, 802, 814, 817, 832, 846, 852, 886, 894, 911, 935, 939, 954, 1002, 1004, 1018, 1024, 1061, 1074, 1090, 1118, 1134, 1151 (3), 1168, 1208, 1247 (2), 1250, 1285, 1305, 1308, 1325:— App. 5, 41;—g. 191 (8).

-, -, letters from, I. 125, 291, 332–3, 505, 558, 636, 667, 846, 864.

-, -, letters to, I. 319, 321, 373, 382, 398, 444, 468, 594, 651, 916, 993:—App. 2; II. 1325:—App. 5.

-, -, business in, I. 815–16, 1091; II. 177.

Council, a general (great council) or assembly of peers, I. 23, 86 (p. 46), 353, 463.

Council of bishops and divines (conciliabulum), I. 1053 (p. 481), 1242 (p. 570). See also Bishops.

Coungerisbury. See Congresbury.

Couper. See Cooper.

Coupildike. See Copledyke.

Courser (Cowrsor, Curser), Wm., I. 201 (pp. 90, 98, 100, 102), 370 (pp. 167, 169).

Court, the I. 23, 47 (2, 9), 70 xiii 86, 184, 201 (p. 89), 258, 425, 452, 458, 528, 678, 680, 735, 743, 764, 777, 829, 1009, 1069, 1133, 1239–40, 1244, 1266–7, 1274, 1282, 1300; II. 67, 105, 141, 143, 165, 201, 205 (p. 89), 236, 242, 262, 269, 271, 290, 293, 297–8, 321, 331, 337–8, 361–3, 415, 424, 466, 487, 523, 546, 548, 569, 572, 576, 578, 586, 592, 595, 661, 704, 711, 751, 773–4, 802, 821, 827, 839, 875, 893–4, 905, 916, 921, 946, 963, 976, 994, 1049, 1137, 1147, 1179, 1224, 1238, 1250, 1252, 1336: — App. 7, 26, 30, 32, 46.

-, -, letter dated at, I. 736.

Courtenay, James, I. 1000.

-, (Cortenay), Sir Wm., dec., I. 324, 605.

-, his daughter Mary, I. 324; II. 856.

Coveham, Berks (qu. Cookham?), II. g. 1311 (22).

Coveham, Surr. See Cobham.

Covenham, Linc., II. 462 (4).

Coventry (Coventre), I. 108, 679:–g. 1330 (31); II. 1151 (2), 1259.

-, letter from mayor and aldermen, I. 108.

-, letter dated, II. 1010.

-, recorder of. See Wigston, Roger.

-, Charterhouse of, I. 19, 69 (p. 33), 70 i.; II.g. 411 (23).

-, -, letter from the monks, I. 19.

-, -, John Bocheard, prior of, I. 19, 70 i.; II. g. 411 23.

-, gaol of, I. 311 (30).

-, guild of tailors and fullers of, I. g. 1330 (31).

-, Cathedral priory of, II. 1010–11, 1043–4, 1106:—g. 1311 (36).

-, Thos. Weford or Wyford, prior of (died Oct. 1537), II. 570, 1010–11, 1043, 1106:— g. 1311 (36),.

-, petition of sub-prior and convent, II. 1010, 1106.

-, Thos. Camswell, prior of (1538), II. 1043 n.

Coventry, archdeaconry of, II. 502.

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

-, diocese of, I. 767, 807.

-, -, surveyor of, I. 767.

Coverdale, Yorks., I. 29,506, 1326; II. g. 191 (34), 411 (38).

Coverham (Coram, Koveram) Abbey, supp., Yorks., 1.22 (2), 1011, 1035, 1326;II. 59, 291 ii.

-, a monk of, II. 291 ii.

Covos (Chovos), Francisco de los, comendador mayor of Leon, the Emperor's secretary, I. 565 (2 ii.), II. 1031, 1053 (p. 369), 1148, 1172, 1203.

-, -, letter from, II. 1203.

Cow, the (Cowes), under the Isle of Wight, I.656.

Cowchie. See Coucy.

Cowdayll, Hugh, II. 186 (1).

Cowden, Suss., II. g. 1008 (3).

Cowdrey, Hants, II. 661.

Cowdrey, John. See Cordrey.

Cowes. See Cow, the.

Cowfold (Cowfeld), Suss., II. g. 1311 (17).

Cowfold, Wm., letter from, I. 794.

Cowik, Walt., II. 859.

Cowkerell. See Cockerell.

Cowley (in co. Down?), II. 1310 i. (2).

Cowley, Nich., II. 1224.

-, -, Margery, his wife, II. 1224.

-, Robert, "Old Coley," clerk to the Crown of Chancery in Ireland, I. 963; II. 383, 414, 874, 1310 ii. (1 bis).

-, -, letters from, I. 963; II. 383.

-, Walter, I. 622; II. 763, 963, 1310 ii (1).

Cowloke, in Ireland (qu. Coolock, co. Dublin?), II. g. 411 (22).

Cowparke, co. Dublin, II. 1310 i. (12).

Cowper. See Cooper.

Cowper,— II. 2.

-, (Cowpar), Henry, priest, II. 1102.

-, James, I. 914.

-, Ric, I. 632:—g. 795 (11),'.

-, Thos., I. 808, 956.

-, (Cowpar), Wm., I. 581 ii., 589 (2).

Cowrsor. See Courser.

Cowse, John, II. 70.

Coxe, Ric., II. 402.

Coxford (Cokkesford) priory (supp.), Norf., I. 510:—g. 1330 (26).

Coxs'on or Cokcston,–, II. 256.

Coy, Wm., I. 581 ii.

Coyneston, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (4).

Crabale, in Ireland, II. 837.

Crabhouse nunnery (supp.), Norf. II. 243, 510.

-, Margery Studyfeld, prioress of, II. 243.

Crackenthorpe, Chr., II. 249 (6), 250 (1 ii.) 836 iii.

Cracow, in Poland, letter dated at I. 862.

Cracrofte, Leonard, I. 1207 (13).

Cradock,——, I. 875.

Craford, Guy, I. g. 539 (21).

Craftys, Ric., I. 19.

Crage, Nthld., I. g. 1103 (29).

Cragge (Crage, Crag), Ric, I. 498 (2), 1214 (2), 1214 (2), 1246 (2).

Craig (Crage), Thos., II. 962.

Crake (Creke), Edward, I. 572.

-, John, II. 1220.

-, Margaret, II. 1038.

-, (Crak, Krayk, Creyk, Creke, Craike, Crayke, Krake), Robert, of Beverley, I. 46, 64, 161, 174, (1, 4), 201 (pp. 86, 88, 90), 202, 370, 731, 1022, 1112, 1169 iii. 1207 (4), 1223; II. 292 ii.

Crakelle or Craknell, Richard, I. 489, 693.

Crakenthorpe. See Crackenthorpe.

Cramborne Chace (in Windsor Forest?), II. 1241.

Cramer, Hugh, I. 1084 (p. 493).

Cramlyngton, Thos., II. 80.

Cromuello. See Cromwell.

Cranbrook (Cranebroke), Kent, I. g. 311 (18).

Crane (Crayn), James, I. 1286; II. 122, 236, 269–70, 291 (pp. 119–20), 340, 422, 431, 479, 555, (p. 210), 625, 732:—g. 796 (1).

-, his son, I. 1286.

-, Robt., II. 8, 1150 (42).

Cranes, II. 1081.

Craneswike. See Hutton Cranswick.

Cranmbr, Thos., abp of Canterbury, I. 15, 70 xii., 91, 201 (p. 90), 256, 258, 307, 407 (2), 436–7, 636, 644, 776, 784, 790 (p. 347–8), 853, 901, (p. 405–6, 409), 947, 957, 977, 1021 (3), 1039, 1068, 1244, 1281:—g. 795 (47); II. 231,274,288,293–5,314–15, 339,361, 401–3, 409n., 424, 434– 447, 459, 473, 488, 512, 530, 592–3, 600, 684, 703, 705, 727, 846, 851, 862, 906, 911, (pp. 319–20), 922–3, 969, 1054–5, 1060 (pp. 373–4), 1156, 1168, 1175, 1179:—App. 35:—g. 411 (27), 617 (6), 1008 (31), 1150 (42), 1311 (5, 13, 28).

-, -, letters from, I. 15, 91, 256, 258, 436, 644, 776, 977; II. 288, 293–4, 314–15, 434–5, 447, 473, 512, 592, 600, 703 iii., 727, 846, 862, 1054–5,1156, 1168, 1179.

-, -, letters to, II. 231, 846, 969.

-, -, signature of, I. 636; II. 401.

-, -, mandate by, II. 703.

-, -, handwriting of, II. 403, 409 n.

-, -, chaplain of, II. 1060 (p. 373).

Cranmer, Alice, prioress of Minster in Sheppey, II. g. 1311 (16).

-, Thos., I. 662.

Cranwell,——, I. 812.

Crathopan (?), —— I. 236.

Crave, Adam, II. 496.

-, Thos., II.496.

Craven, Yorks., I. 6 (p. 6), 7, 392 (p. 191), 520, 901 (p. 410), 946 (2), 1014, 1020, 1034, 1092; II. 205 (p. 89).

-, dean of, I 792.

Crawe, John, II. 836.

-, Thos., II. 836.

Crawltous, Bucks, II. g. 1311 (22).

Crayer, Philip, I. 494, 680, 1289; II. 269.

Crayford, John, elk., II. 1238, 1245, 1270 (?Mr. Doctor), 1274.

-, -, letter from, II. 1245.

-, or Crawford, John, master of Clare Hall, Cambridge, II. 258.

-, John, II. g. 191 (44).

Crayn. See Crane.

Creake, South, Norf. II. g. 1311 (30).

Creed, the, I. 1021; II. 289, 293.

Creekstown (Crykeston), co. Meath, II. 1310 ii. (2).

Creeting (Cretyng), West., I. g. 1103 (II).

Creff, Thos., II. 1310 i. (43).

Creke. See Crake.>

Creker,—, II. 172 (2).

Cremuel. See Cromwell.

Crenan, Stephen, vicar of Oughterard and rector of Rathangan, II. 1310 i. (39).

Creppinghall in Stutton, Suff., II. g. 191 (53).

Crequy, the sieur de, father of Canaples, II. 372.

-, Jehan de. See Canaples, sieur de.

-, Philip de. See Bernieulles, sieur de.

Crese, Thos., chaplain, II. 1310 i. (2).

Cresecques (Cressacres, Carsacre), in France. near Calais, I. 1275; II. App. 27.

-, letters dated at, I. 461, 495, 514.

-, garrison of, I. 587.

Cressopefut. See Kershopefoot.

Cressingham, Norf., Stone fair at, I. 1268.

Cresswell (Crieswell), Mr., II. 186 (56).

-, Katharine, wife of Percival, I. 981, 1013 (p. 459), 1120.

-, Percival, "one Perswall," I. 976, 981, 1013, 1089, 1120; II. 187 (2?), 567.

-, -, examination of, I. 1013, 1120.

Cressy, Simon, I. 1316.

Crete, Barnard, I. 589 (2).

Cretinel, Thos., I. 1096.

Cretynge. See Greeting.

Crewe, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (4).

Creyk. See Crake.

Criche (Cryche), Henry, II. 974–5, 1343.

-, -, letter to, 11. 1343.

Cripps, Ric, I. 264 (p. 125–6).

-, (Cryppes), Wm., II. 1256 (2).

Crispe, Hen., II. g. 1150 (13).

-, Ric, I. 75.

Cristall or Crist Stall. See Kirkstall.

Cristed. See Kirkstead.

Criswell. See Cresswell.

Crockey, William, deputy customer of Hull, I. 201 (pp. 87–8), 370 (p. 169).

-, -, deposition of, I. 370 (p. 169).

Croft, Yorks., II. 1212 (p. 428).

Crofte, Sir Edward, I. 928:—g. 539 (3), 1330 (55),; II. 914 ii., 985, 1094:—g. 1150(33).

-, -, letter from, I. 928.

-, -, his father, I. 928.

-, Gerard, M.A., I. g. 1330 (62).

-, Ralph, II. g. 411 (38).

-, Ric., II. 985.

-, Robt., II. 186 (43).

-, Thos., II. 120.

Croftewayte. See Crossthrwaite.

Crofton, Yorks., I. g. 795 (12), 1103 (35).

Crofton, Hants., II. g. 1311 (40).

Croke, J., a clerk, I. 615–16; II. 933, 1153.

-, -, letter from, II. 933.

-, John, II. 859:—g. 1008 (31).

-, Dr. Ric., letters from, I. 757–8.

-, Robt. See Gibson.

Croket, Robt., II. 597 (p. 222).

Croks, Wm., II. g. 411 (1).

Crombesymonds. See Croome Simon.

Crome. See Croom.

Crome (Crom), Edm., II. 21.

-, Dr. Edward, I. 726; II. 295, 361, 1100, 1138.

-, Robt., II. 56.

Cromer (Crowmer), Norf., II. 6.

Cromer, George. See Armagh, bishop of.

Cromlyn. See Crumlin.

Crompe, Roger, II. 587 (2).

Gromwelbothome, near Halifax, I. 784.

Cromwell (Cremuel, Cramuello), Thomas, lord Privy Seal, letters from, I. 189, 626, 707, [849 (p. 382)], 889, 950, 1198, 1205, 1235, 1257; II. 41, 208, 228, 267, 328, 375, 389, 392, 412, 414, 456–7, 468, 472, 485–6, 500, 513, 575, 591, 619–20, 660, 734–5, 743, 763, 782, 795, 826, 838, 870, 890, 950, 991, 1004, 1016, 1061, 1143, 1167, 1173, 1189, 1207, 1264:—App. 41.

-, -, letters to, I. 2, 4, 5, 8, 13, 15–17, 19, 22, 27, 28, 30–2, 38, 42, 57, 60, 63–4, 72, 74, 78–80, 83, 85, 91, 93–4, 106–9, 128–30, 132–3, 140, 150–3, 167–8, 175, 178, 182, 192–4, 198, 200, 205, 214–17, 219, 221, 230, 232–3, 235, 244–5, 247, 250, 252, 256, 259, 261–70, 277–9, 281–3, 293–4, 297, 305, 307,314, 317–18, 324, 328,336, 338, 343–4, 347–8, 357, 360–1, 364, 374, 379, 381, 384–5, 395–6, 400, 402, 405–7, 409–10, 415–17, 429,436, 438–40, 447, 449, 456, 469, 473, 477–8, 489, 496–7, 499, 501, 506–7, 511–12, 517, 528–9, 533, 542–3, 545–6, 549–50, 553, 560–2, 567–9, 573–5, 577, 583, 588–9, 591, 593, 596–7, 603, 605–6, 608–9, 616, 620, 622–3, 627–30, 638–41, 644–5, 649–50, 654–5, 663, 670, 677–8 682–3, 685, 688–9, 691–5, 698, 700, 711–15,725–30,735, 737–8, 741, 743, 746–7, 749 ii., 750, 755, 757, 760, 764, 766, 768, 774, 776, 782–3, 788, 796–7, 800, 803, 807, 810–11, 818, 820–2, 825–6, 830, 833, 835–6, 838–9, 844, [847, 848 (p. 378)], 855–6, 867–9, 873–4, 876–8, 883–4, 893–4, 897–9, 902, 904–5, 912–13, 917, 919–20, 927–9, 933–5, 941–3, 951, 953, 961, 963, 967–70, 978, 984–5, 991–2, 999–1001, 1009–10, 1024, 1027, 1037, 1045, 1049, 1057–9, 1061–4, 1066, 1070, 1077, 1081,1093, 1096. 1098, 1109–14, 1115 (2), 1121, 1123, 1125–7, 1136, 1139–40, 1143–5, 1152–3, 1156–8, 1163, 1168, 1170–1, 1173–4, 1176–7, 1182–5, 1193–4, 1202, 1211–13, 1215–16, 1217 (2), 1218, 1221, 1224, 1226, 1228, 1237, 1241, 1244–5, 1249–50, 1252, 1254–5, 1258, 1260, 1264, 1270–2, 1281–2, 1284, 1287,1293–5,1297–8, 1300, 1302, 1304, 1306–8, 1311, 1317–18, 1320–1, 1326–7:—App. 4.

II. 3, 4, 7–10, 13, 14, 19, 20, 22, 23, 26–31, 33, 35, 36, 43, 52, 53, 57–9, 67–69, 75, 76, 82, 83, 86, 88, 90–4, 98, 101–2, 106, 108, 112–13, 115, 119–20, 127, 129, 135, 137, 140, 142–4, 147, 151–2, 158–9, 162, 165, 170–1 173, 179, 186 (60), 196–7, 200, 202–6, 209, 222, 225–6, 229, 232–4, 238, 241–3, 248, 254, 256, 258–61, 265, 268, 274–6, 278–9, 282 (2), 285–96, 299–301, 303–5, 308, 314, 321–3, 327, 329–32, 339–41, 343–5, 347–9, 351, 358, 362, 365, 367, 369, 383, 390, 394, 397, 400, 413, 415–7, 419–22, 430–2,434,437–41,444, 447, 451–3, 459, 461, 463, 464 (2), 471 (see Notes), 473–4, 477–80, 483, 488–9, 491, 495, 497, 501–3, 505, 507, 509, 512, 514–16, 518–22, 527, 529, 531–7, 540, 544, 547–8, 549–50, 552, 556–7, 561–2, 567–8, 570, 572, 576–80, 582–3, 587–9, 592–5, 597, 598 (2), 600, 602–7, 611, 621–2, 624, 628–31, 635, 638, 642, 646–50, 653, 658–9, 662, 664–5, 667–9 671–4, 677–80, 682–4, 688–94, 696–7 699, 706, 708–9, 713, 715–6, 720–2. 724–5, 727–8, 733, 736–41, 747–9, 752–3, 755–6, 758–9, 761–2, 765–6, 768–75, 780–1, 783–4, 786, 793–4, 800–1, 803, 805, 809–18, 821–3, 827–31, 834, 839–40, 843, 847–51,855–6, 858, 862, 865–6, 872–3, 875, 878, 881–2, 884, 886–7, 889, 891–3, 896–7, 906–9, 915, 917, 924–8, 933–6, 940–2, 945, 947, 954–7, 959–61, 965–6,970–1, 976–8, 982–5, 987, 989, 992–5, 997–1000, 1003, 1005, 1012–3, 1017–21, 1024, 1030, 1034–7, 1042–4, 1048–9, 1051, 1055–7, 1062–3, 1065, 1067–70, 1073–4, 1077, 1081–3, 1086–7, 1091, 1093–6,1102–3, 1106, 1108–10, 1114, 1117, 1120, 1123, 1127, 1129, 1138, 1142, 1145, 1149, 1152–3, 1158–61, 1168–9, 1172, 1175, 1177–80, 1183–7, 1191–4, 1196, 1198–9, 1204–5, 1208, 1214–5, 1217–20, 1222–6, 1229–30, 1235–7, 1242–4, 1246, 1248, 1250–2, 1255–6, 1258–9, 1262, 1266–9, 1276–8, 1280, 1282, 1287–8, 1295–7, 1299, 1301–7, 1319–24, 1326–8, 1330–1, 1333–4, 1336–7, 1339–42:—App. 1, 3, 6, 8, 11, 13, 17, 20, 21, 24–6, 28, 31,32, 35, 36, 38–40, 44–7.

-, -, other references to, I. 3, 6 (pp. 6, 7, 9), 10, 23, 41, 52, 67, 70 x., xii., xiii., 75, 86, 92 (2), 116, 131, 138, 148, 163, 173, 176, 179 (p. 78), 193 (2), 195–6, 199, 201 (pp. 89, 90–92, 99), 202, 211, 237, 249 (Gramuel), 254 (Mr. Secretary), 257, 299, 303, 308 (p. 140), 318 (2), 323, 332–3, 335 (my lord), 339, 342, 353, 355, 358 (pp. 157–8), 366 (p. 162), 369, 370 (2), 371, 377, 383 (p. 180), 392 (pp. 192–4), 394, 397, 407 (2), 425, 430 (my lord), 445, 451, 457–8, 482–3, 492, 494, 532–3, 559 (my lord), 566, 584–5, 607, 666–7, 669, 676, 680 (p. 299), 697, 701, 717, 718 (2), 734 (1), 736, 739, 740 (?my lord), 742 (2), 758, 767, 784, 786 (p. 342), 789 (pp. 345–6), 790 (p. 347–8), 792, 806, 809 (p. 359), 812, 829, 846, 849, 853, 858 (3), 863, 870, 875, 881, 891–2, 896, 900 (p. 401), 901 (pp. 405, 408–9), 909, 911, 946 (3), 947, 960, 964, 976, 981, 1008, 1013 (pp. 457–9), 1016, 1018, 1021 (2n, 3, 4), 1039, 1046, 1067–8,1088 (pp. 503–4), 1090 (p. 506), 1106, 1118, 1132–3, 1135, 1148, 1150–1, 1155, 1160–1, 1175 ii., 1179, 1183 (2), 1187, 1195, 1207 (20), 1208 (my lord), 1209, 1219, 1223, 1225, 1227 (4), 1239, 1253, 1265–6, 1269, 1273, 1278, 1285, 1289, 1291, 1301, 1305, 1307 (2), 1319.

II. 1, 12 (2), 51, 77, 78, 85, 105, 126, 132, 141, 149, 154, 157, 163, 166–7, 172, 180 (2), 183, 201, 212 (p. 92), 236–7, 239, 251, 255, 262, 264, 269–71, 283, 292 iii., 297–8, 302, 309, 310 (2), 315, 321 (2 ii.), 337–1, 356, 363, 380, 382 (5 "your lordship"), 384, 395 (my lord), 396, 401, 405 (2 "your lordship"), 418, 422 (2), 423–5, 427, 429, 436, 442, 445, 448–9, 460, 466–7,.470, 475, 487 (my lord), 517 (uncle), 523, 546, 553, 555, 564, 581, 585 (2), 586, 599, 625–6, 634, 645, 657, 661, 663, 670, 676, 704, 744, 746, 751, 764, 780, 797, 799, 802, 807–8, 825, 832–3, 852, 871, 874, 883, 885, 902, 911 (pp. 319–20), 916, 921–3, 939, 946, 951–2, 963, 973 v., 974, 980, 986, 988, 1007, 1014, 1022, 1029, 1032, 1038, 1048 iii., 1057 (2), 1060 (p. 373), 1066, 1076, 1090, 1098, 1100, 1122 ii., 1128 (pp. 395, 397 (Cramuello)), 1135, 1137n, 1151, 1154–5, 1164–5, 1201, 1209, 1212, 1216, 1257, 1279, 1284, 1292, 1310 ii. (2), iii. (1), 1316:—App. 7, 14, 16, 30, 42, 43:—g. 411 (27), 1008 (3, 26, 31, 43), 1150 (11, 12, 15, 16, 20, 21, 33, 41, 42), 1311 (6, 28, 29, 34, 39).

-, -, his apparel, I. 669.

-, -, his arms, II. 286.

-, -, his handwriting, I. 637 (2), 786 n, 847, 849, 964, 974, 1079, 1088 (2), 1199 (2, 4), 1200, 1257, 1315; II. 74 (3), 102 (5), 380, 401 (6), 618, 874, 1122 ii., 1151.

-, -, his house in London, I. 23.

-, -, installation as K.G., II. 581, 848.

-, -, his memoranda, I. 974.

-, -, his remembrances. See Remembrances.

-, -, rhyme about, I. 318 (2).

Cromwell, Gregory, only son of Thomas, I. 106, 575, 822; II. 241, 269, 300, 423–4, 533 (2), 629, 881n, 924, 1060 (p. 373).

-, -, his wife. See Ughtred, Eliz.

Cromwell (Crumwell) Richard (Ric. Crum.) alias Williams, nephew of Thomas, I. 201 (p. 89), 303, 353 (p. 156), 457, 492, 604, 620, 638, 692, 788, 891, 1027, 1152, 1175 ii., 1260, 1317; II. 49, 141, 183, 187 (7), 241, 290, 363, 423, 451, 466, 517, 533, 555 (p. 210), 625, 646, 751, 975, 1060 (p. 373), 1101 (2), 1154,1209, 1273:—App. 45:g. 1311 (19).

-, -, letters from, I. 692; II. 241 646.

-, -, letters to, II. 141, 363, 517.

-, -, brother of, (? Ric. Crum. brother), I. 303.

Cromwell, Mrs. (wife of Richard?), II. 1060 (p. 374), 1273 (p. 446).

Crondon park, near Orsett, Essex, II. 1336.

Crooke, Annys, prioress of St. Giles, I. 571.

Croom (Crome, Crom), co. Limerick, II. 698, 943, 1097, 1288 (p. 451), 1310 i. (4).

Croome Simon (Crounesymmond, Crombesymonds), or Earl's Croome, Worc., I. g. 539 (35), 1330 (32).

Cropredy, Oxon, prebend of (in Lincoln), II. 678 n.

Cropton, Yorks., II. 186 (1).

Cropwell Bishop, Notts, I. g. 1105 (12).

Crossbows and hand guns (proclamation), I. 210.

Crosse, in Naples, II. 1040.

Crosslye, Stephen, I. 211, 264 (p. 126).

Crossthwaite (Croftewayte), Westmld., I. g. 795 (14).

Crounesymmond. See Croome Simon.

Crowch, James, I. 572.

Crowder,——, II. 555 (p. 210).

Crowe, John, I. 201 (pp. 89, 90), 407 (2).

Crowland (Croyland) abbey, Linc., II. 6, 1314.

-, John, abbot of, I. 729; II. 1214.

-, -, letter from, I. 729.

Crowle, Linc., I. 537.

Crowle, Worc., vicar of. See Prat, James.

Crowley, Ric., priest of Broughton, Oxon, II. 518, 610.

Crowmer. See Cromer.

Crowmer, James, II. g. 1150 (13).

-, John, II. g. 1150 (13), 1311 (28).

-, Sir Wm., II. g. 1311 (28).

Crown, the, Act of disposition of. See Succession, Act of.

Crown lands, I. 480:—g. 539 (40).

Crowther, Thos., I. 889.

Croxden, Staff., abbey of, II. g. 411 (2).

-, -, Thos. Chawner, abbot of, II. g. 411 (2).

Croy, Adrian de, sieur de Rœulx, q.v.

Croydon, Surr., II. 891–2.

-, letters dated at, I. 776; II. 893, 905.

-, vicar of. See Philips, Roland.

-, archbishops' palace at, II. 893.

Croyland. See Crowland.

Cruche,——, II. 973 v.

Cram, Ric. See Cromwell, Ric.

Crumback, Ric., I. 621.

Crumlin (Cromlyn), co. Dublin, II. 1310 i. (2, 4).

Crumwell. See Cromwell.

Cruse, Walt., II. 1310 ii. (2).

Cryche. See Criche.

Crykeston. See Creekstown.>

Crystaull. See Kirkstall.

Cubley, Richard, I. 742 (1, 2).

Cuckfield (Cokfeld, Cokefeld), Suss, II. g. 1311 (17, 34).

Cuddesden (Cuddesdon), Oxon, I. 1208.

Cullendragh, co. Meath, II. 1310 i. (4).

Cullesdon. See Coulsdon.

Culoke, Richard, of Dublin, letter from, II. 1052.

Culpeper (Colpeper), Mr., I. 1069; II. 271, 711, 808.

-, Sir Alex., II. g. 1311 (28).

-, John, II. g. 1311 (28).

-, Thos., I. g. 311 (11); II. 975:— g. 1150 (31).

Culpho (Colpho), Suff., I. g. 1103 (11).

Culsdon. See Coulsdon.

Cumberland, I. 39, 71–2, 136, 185, 200, 318, 336, 416, 479, 498 (1, 2), 500, 595, 641, 687 (1, 2), 841 (3 p. 371), 914, 951, 965, 1156, 1246, 1257, 1307; II. 19 (2), 203 (p. 87), 205 (p. 89), 248, 249 (3), 329 (2), 398, 548, 604, 806, 836, 865:—g. 1150 (18).

-, riots in, II. 836.

-, sheriff of. See Curwen, Sir Thos.

(1536–7); Wharton, Sir Thos. (1535–6); Lamplugh, Sir John (1537–8).

-, sheriffwick of, I. 336; II. 249 (5 ii., 6).

Cumberland, Henry Clifford, Earl of, Lord Warden of the West Marches, sheriff of Westmoreland, I. 6 (p. 6), 7, 18, 29 (2), 63, 71–2, 115, 121, 146, 171, 185, 292, 303 (p. 137), 319, 362, 372–4, 392 (p. 191), 416, 419, 491, 552–3, 594, 614, 636, 641, 667, 682, 698 (3), 703, 789, 792, 843, 849 (p. 380), 863, 882–3, 918, 919 (p. 420), 993, 1008, 1014, 1026, 1034, 1038–9, 1086, 1089 (p.503), 1092, 1156, 1186, 1191, 1207 (20), 1214, 1217–18, 1227 (4), 1246, 1321:g. 795 (4); II. 102 (2, 3, 4), 112, 188, 193, 203 (pp. 86–7), 205 (p. 89), 206, 233, 248, 249 (3 ii., 5), 272, 279, 445, 537, 1076:—g. 1150 (11), 1311 (29).

-, -, letters from, I. 71–2, 614, 703, 882–3, 993; II. 279.

-, -, letters to, I. 843, 882 (2), 1026, 1038.

-, -, two daughters of, I. 1186.

-, -, his deputies on the West Marches, I. 121.

-, -, prisoners held by, I. 7 (p. 10),.

-, -, his bastard son. See Clifford, Thos.

Cumdevock (Comdoveok), Cumb., II. 836 iii.

Cumhere. See Cwn-Hir.

Cumleye. See Combley.

Cunstable, or Cunstabyll. See Constable.

Cunys,——, I. 761.

Cuppildike. See Copledike.

Curduff, co. Dublin, II. g. 1008 (35).

Curie, John, I. 275.

Curlu (Curlew, Cerlew), Mons. de, governor of St. Omer, I. 1074; II. 210, 323 (2).

Curragh, the, of Kildare. See Keragh.

Curren. See Coren.

Curry Mallett (Correymalley), Soms., II. 975.

Curry Revell, Soms.. II. g. 1311 (22).

Curser. See Courser.

Curson, Ric., I. g. 539 (9); II. g. 1008 (43).

-, Rob., II. g. 1008 (31).

Curtis (Curtesse), ——, of Lombard Street, I. 677.

-, (Curteis, Curtesse, Curtes), Ant., I. 70 viii., 392 (pp. 185–6), 581, 581 n, 591, 677:—g. 1330 (9).

Curton, Baron de, nephew of the duke of Albany, II. 1040.

Curwen (Coren), Hugh, LL. D., I. 742.

-, John, I. 401.

-, (Coren), Oliver, I. g. 1104 (4).

-, (Curren, Corant, Corwen, Coren), Dr. Ric., arched. of Oxford, I. 615, 708, 870, 1252:—g. 311 (1, 2); II. 100, 102 (2), 229, 291 (pp. 119, 120 see Notes), 292, 402, 422, 461.

-, -, letters from, I. 708; II. 292.

-, -, signature of, I. 615, 870.

-, (Curven), Sir Thos., sheriff of Cumberland (1536–7), I. 71, 185, 319, 336, 401, 439, 498, 641, 1015, 1156, 1214, 1246, 1258–9; II. 204, 248, 249 (6), 250 (1 ii.), 828–9, 1077 (p. 380).

-, -, letters from, I. 185, 1246.

-, -, signature of, I. 1214, (2), 1246 (2), 1259 (1, 4).

-, -, his wife and children, I. 185 (p. 80).

CUSAKE (Cusyake), THOMAS, of Ireland, I. 1027; II. 874, 898 (7), 1310 i. (37), ii. (1 ter., 2 ter., 6, 8 bis).

CUSAKE (Cusak), James. clerk of the Crown (King's Bench) in Ireland, II. 1310 ii. (1).

-, John, II. 1310 i. (37).

-, Nich., II. 1310 i. (43).

-, Ric., II. 1310 i. (37).

Cussune, Ric., II. 380 (p. 175).

Customs, I. 1003.

Cusworth, letter dated at, II. 36.

Cuthayll, letter dated at, I. 152.

Cuthbert, ——, II. 740.

-, (Cutberd),——, the King's apothecary, II. 973 v.

Cutler, ——, II. 436 (2).

-, (Cutteler), George, Hussey's servant, I. 1012 (3, 4), 1087 (p. 501), 1088 iii.

Cutte, John, I. 74.

Cuzam, Marc Antonio de, I. 762.

Cwm-Hir (Combhyer, Cumhere), Wales, late monastery of, I. 890, 932.

Cwyvell, ——, II. 186 (1 p. 62).

Cymmer (Kymmer) abbey, in Llaneltyd, co. Merioneth, II. g. 191 (14).

-, abbot of. See Thomas, Lewis.

CYPRUS, II. 1127.

Cysterne, or Cystrone, Norf., II. g. 1311 (30).

Cyte Camps, Essex, I. g. 1330 (6).



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