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'Index: C', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 15: 1540 (1896), pp. 606-629. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=76185 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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Cabell, John, 689.

Cabull, Thos., p. 544.

Cadbury, Devon, g. 831 (71).

Cadcote. See Catcot.

Cadland, Hants, g. 942 (14).

Cadysewalhed, Lanc. (near Hollinfare?), g. 611 (31).

Caelius (Celius), Dr., 533.

Caen (Cane) stone, 549.

Caerleon (Karlyon, Kaerlion), in Wales, g. 942 (92, 101).

-, letter dated at, 706.

Caermarthen. See Carmarthen.

Caernarvon. See Carnarvon.

Caerseddffyn. See Kaersones.

Caesarius, John, of Cologne, 143.

Cainham or Caynham, Salop, g. 831 (5).

Cairncross, R. See Ross, bp. of.

Calais (Calise, Kales, Calayce, Calice, Callys), (besides the correspondence of Lord and Lady Lisle), 14 (1, 2), 29, 34, 37, 42, 54, 61 (p. 23), 76, 132, 145, 155, 196, 202, 237, 268, 299, 316, 322, 334, 343, 370, 435, 469–71, 478, 480, 485, 495, 498 (i. 30, 58, ii. c. 49), 502 (2), 508 (p. 227), 528, 534, 536–7, 539, 543 (p. 244), 569, 578, 598 (2), 604, 608–10, 615, 642 (2), 643, 652, 662, 670 (2), 694, 697, 724, 727–9, 730, 736, 749–50, 754, 764, 792, 795–6, 811, 833, 850 (5), 852, 862, 918, 1018, 1030 (14, 18 p. 529), 1031:—App. 3:—g. 282 (107), 436 (30, 77–8).

-, letters dated at, 42, 184, 186, 207, 220, 237, 268, 271, 275, 278, 460–1, 472, 477, 514, 552, 588, 595, 655, 687, 738, 749, 918–19, 948, 1030 (41).

-, Acts of Parliament for, 42, 322.

-, -, letters patent at, 498 (30).

-, banner watch, 609 (pp. 275, 280–1).

-, barre and jetty, 728.

-, collector of quit rents, 608 (3, 4):—g. 282 (107). See Pole, R.

-, commissary of (of the abp. of Canterbury), 37.

-, Commissioners sent to (9 March 1540), 316, 370, 392, 460–1, 471, 473, 495 ii. v., 507, 536–7, 547, 569, 583, 595, 727–8, 948:—g. 436 (30).

-, -, commission, g. 436 (30).

-, -, instructions for, 316.

-, -, letters from, 392, 460–1, 547.

-, -, letters to, 473, 537.

-, comptroller of, 609 passim, 729. See Ryngeley, Sir E.

-, Council of, 42, 200, 217, 220, 237, 268, 429, 460, 470, 473, 478 (4), 536, 608, 609 (pp. 279–82), 687, 728–9, 749 (3), 750 iv., vi., 765n, 795, 833, 918–19, 984, 986, 1014, 1029 (57–8), 1030 (1, 14), 1031 (1, 2).

-, -, letters from, 200, 220, 268, 918.

-, -, book of wages of, 608 (1, 2).

-, -, clerk, 220, 470, 569, 608 (3), 609 (p. 280), 1016. See Birks, A.

-, -, -, deputy. See Rogers, T.

-, Customer, 608 (4). See Peyton, Edw.

-, -, deputy. See Broke, Thos.

-, Deputy of, 343, 609 passim, 729, 833:—g. 942 (10). See Lisle, lord; Maltravers, lord (2 July 1540).

-, documents relating to, 729.

-, fortifications (works), 316, 502 (2), 543 (p. 245), 595, 749.

-, -, Henry VIII.'s device for, 609 (p. 283).

-, frays at, 833, 1030 (17), 1031 (2).

-, knight porter. See Palmer, Sir T.

-, labourers sent to, 652.

-, marshal or high marshal or knight marshal, 609 passim. See Grenville, Sir R.

-, master carpenter, 608, 948. See Burde, J.

-, master mason, 608. See Baker, W.

-, master smith, 608. See Dossen, J.

-, mayor of, 14, 268, 609 (pp. 280–1), 729, 996, 1030 (16, 41).

-, mayor and aldermen, 655.

-, minters in the King's mint there, 729.

-, munitions for, 108.

-, ordinances for, 184.

-, ordnance at, 608 (3 bis, 4 ii.)

-, -, master of, 608 (4). See Browne, G.

-, porter or master porter, 609 (pp. 277–82). See Palmer, Sir Thos.

-, -, gentleman porter, 609 (pp. 277–8).

-, priests of. See Peterson and Richardson.

-, religious disputes at, 792, 833.

-, retinue (soldiers) of, 14, 184, 316, 460, 697, 725, 728, 749, 833, 1016, 1030 (17), 1031 (1–4):—g. 942 (10).

-, -, muster roll and regulations, 609.

-, -, names of offices extraordinaries, 608 (3, 4).

-, -, discharged soldiers (viz. Loveday and others dismissed in Oct. 1539), 295.

-, -, banished men (named in Nos. 460 and 473), 728, 997.

-, -, list, 1031 (3).

-, searcher of Calais, 608 (3, 4). See Bartlett, J.

-, secretary, 750 v., ix. See Benolt, J.

-, shipping of (the number of ships resorting to Calais annually), 610, 984.

-, spears, captain of, 14.

-, Staple of, 729, 749.

-, -, mayor of, 14, 598 (2), 729.

-, -, merchants of, 14:—g. 436 (86), 611 (41).

-, strangers in, 728–9, 1029 (58).

-, surveyor of works, 608 (3,4). See Lee, R.; also Lelegrave, W. (died 1536).

-, town clerk, 495 iv.

-, treasurer of (Sir Edw. Wotton designated 2 July 1540), 608, 609 (pp. 280, 282), 729, 833, 948.

-, under marshal, 609 (pp. 277, 279–80). See Simpson, W.

-, vice treasurer, 608. See Fowler, R.

-, victualling of, 184, 195, 237, 268, 729, 1030 (18).

-, warden of the masons, 608, 948. See Burgate, W.

-, Woolbeam of, 42, 608 (4).

-, places in and near:—
-, Anderne, 552.
-, -, parson of. See Carter, R.
-, Appelboom Street, g. 436 (77).
-, Arde Farde, 764.
-, Ardes Plasshe, 764.
-, Balingham (Baldingham) Common, 749 (3), 764.
-, Beauchamp's (Bacham's) bulwark and tower, 595, 609 (p. 282), 918, 948.
-, Boninges, in Guisnes county, 37.
-, -, parson of. See Peterson, W.
-, Bootes, the, 764.
-, Boulogne (Bulloigne) Gate, 609 (pp. 277, 282).
-, Boulogne (Bullen) Well, 609 (p. 282).
-, Brayes, the, 609 (pp. 279, 282).
-, Calsey or Cawsey, the, 539.
-, Capell and Capell Broke, g. 436 (77).
-, Castle of, 196, 604, 609 (p. 292), 1030 (17, 68).
-, -, lieutenant of. See Wallop, Sir J.
-, -, steward of, 604.
-, Castle Hill, 609 (p. 279).
-, Castle Street, 609 (p. 281).
-, Colne, 749 (3).
-, -, bailiff of, 608 (3). See Sandes, J.
-, Cowbridge (Cowbrige), 728, 764, 781 (2 p. 369), 795, 918–19, 1014.
-, -, order taken about, 1014.
-, Cowhouse, 749 (3).
-, Cowe Lane, 609 (p. 282).
-, Cowswade (Cousuade, Couswade), 749 (1, 3), 751, 764, 781 (2), 795, 1014.
-, -, depositions touching, 764.
-, -, survey of, 749 (3).
-, Ekelborowestrete, g. 436 (77).
-, Exchequer, 729, 853.
-, -, company, 608, 609 (p. 277), 1031 (3–4).
-, -, constable of, 609 (p. 280).
-, Gempe, 268 ii.
-, Guisnes. See under G.
-, Hammes (Hamps). See under H.
-, Hammes (Hamps) Dike, 749 (3).
-, Hofkerke, 268 ii.
-, Hollede, Holyhed, or Holehed river, 749 (3), 764, 795, 1014.
-, Hook (Horke), 764.
-, Jesus and St. George, 608, 609 (p. 277).
-, Kemell, g. 436 (77).
-, King Edward IV 's fisheries, g. 436 (77).
-, King's Arms, 478 (4).
-, Knoll in the Horke, the, 764.
-, Lantern Gate, 14, 478, 539 (pp. 240, 242), 609 (pp. 277–8, 280–2).
-, -, customer at, 608 (3). See Peyton, E.
-, Little Park, 495 (p. 212).
-, Mainbrook (Meane Broke) or Wingfield's marsh, 749 (1, 3), 1014.
-, Marke, 608 (3, 4 ii.):—g. 436 (77).
-, -, searcher at, 608 (4). See Hussey, J.
-, -, le Asterdell in, g. 436 (77).
-, Marke and Oye lordship, 268, 764, 795, 1014:—g. 942 (10).
-, -, report of cattle in, 268 ii.
-, -, bailly of, 608 (4). See Rokewood, J.
-, -, beadle and serjeant royal, 608 (3, 4). See Finche, V.
-, -, receiver of, 608 (4). See Fowler, Thos.
-, Market, 539 (p. 241), 609 (pp. 277–82).
-, Marshes (Marris), the. See Cowswade and Mainbrook.
-, Michaelmas dike, 749 (3).
-, Milk Gate, 609 (pp. 277, 281 2).
-, Milk Gate Street, 609 (p. 281).
-, Multons Place, 608 (3).
-, Newenham (Newnham) Bridge, 480, 527, 749 (3), 918, 1014.
-, -, lieutenant of, 609 (p. 276).
-, Newkerke, 268 ii.
-, Newland, 14.
-, North Broke, g. 436 (77).
-, North Lede Street, g. 436 (77).
-, Northumberland tower, 609 (p. 282).
-, Olderkerke, 268 ii.
-, Oye, 268 ii., 687:—g. 942 (97).
-, -, parson of, g. 942 (97). See Glasier, H.
-, Pale or English pale (East and West), 37, 268, 507 (p. 224), 552, 1014.
-, Paradise, 948, 984.
-, Polly Farde, 764.
-, Princin tower, 609 (p. 282).
-, Pytham, in Guisnes county, 1029 (57).
-, Reperstrete, g. 436 (77).
-, Risebank (Ruysbank) castle, 196, 473, 478 (4), 502 (2), 948.
-, -, captain of, 478 (4). See Carew, Sir G.
-, Rose, the, 495 (p. 212).
-, St. George's parish, 764.
-, St. John Baptist, 608.
-, St. John's in the Wall, 184.
-, St. Mary Lede, g. 436 (77).
-, St. Mary's (Our Lady Church), 460, 495 ii.
-, -, curate of. See Bryndeholm, E. Smith, W.
-, St. Nicholas, 460.
-, St. Peter's, 1030 (37):—g. 436 (77).
-, Sandgate, 1029 (58).
-, -, bailiff of, 608 (4). See Palmer, Sir T.
-, Saynes dike, 749 (3).
-, Scalys (Escales), 1030 (68).
-, Scunage (Skyvinage), g. 436 (77).
-, -, bailiff of, 608 (4).
-, Search Tower, 609 (p. 282).
-, Sertercas or Centercase, 34, 184 (2):—g. 942 (6).
-, -, rector of. See Legh, R.
-, Sluice, the, 984.
-, Sompne, g. 437 (77).
-, South Broke, g. 436 (77).
-, South Skallys, 1031 (4).
-, Staple Inn, 608 (4 ii.), 609 (p. 282), 729, 919.
-, -, keeper of, 608 (3). See London, W.
-, Turnpike, the, 609 (p. 279).
-, Warr, g. 436 (77).
-, Water Gate, 609 (pp. 277, 280).
-, Waterstrete, g. 436 (77).
-, West Jetty, 948, 984.
-, White or Carmelite Friars (supp.), 181, 184, 230, 608, 609 (p. 277 bis), 738, 1030 (40):—g. 436 (78).
-, -, prior of. See Dove, J.
-, Wild Horse Street, g. 436 (77).
-, Wingfield's marsh. See above, Mainbrook.

Calais pursuivant, 1014.

Calamon, Ric., 81:—p. 551.

Calatrava, comendador of, 906. See also Comendadors.

Calawey. See Kelway.

Calbecke, Robt., p. 552.

Calcot, near Reading, Berks, g. 436 (34).

Calcote grange, Glouc., g. 282 (57).

Calcott. See Caldecot.

Caldebroke. See Coalbrook.

Caldecot (Calcott) Camb., g. 613 (1).

Caldecott, Herts, g. 733 (42).

Caldecote, Wm, p. 567.

Caldey Grange, Chesh., p. 561.

Caldham. See Coldham.

Caldstreme. See Coldstream.

Caldwell priory (supp.), beside Bedford, g. 436 (9, 42), 831 (20).

Calert, John, p. 543.

Caleye, Thos., 359 (1, 2):—p. 551.

Calice. See Calais.

Calise. See Calais.

Calley, John, p. 553.

Callye, John, 102 (2).

Callys. See Calais.

Calne, Wilts, g. 942 (110).

Calne hundred, Wilts, g. 144 (2).

Calshot (Calste, Casharde) Point, Hants, bulwark at, 322 (p. 131), 323, 438 (2), 502 (2) 598, 862.

Calste. See Calshot.

Calthrope, Philip, 14.

Calton in Craven, Yorks., g. 436 (18).

Calverd, Joan, p. 552.

Calverley, Yorks., p. 566.

Calverley, Anne, g. 282 (49).

-, John, 609 (p. 275),

-, Walter, dec., g. 282 (49).

-, Wm., g. 282 (49).

Calvin, Jean, the reformer, letters from, 421, 694.

-, -, letter to, 534.

Camarino. See Camerino.

Camber (Chambre), the, near Rye, 218, 289.

Camberwell (Camerwell), Surr., g. 282 (118), 942 (49).

Cambeskennet. See Cambuskenneth.

Cambray, 98, 100, 115, 121, 762, 794.

-, bailiff of, 812.

-, deanery of, 370.

-, treaty of, (5 Aug. 1529), 457, 573, 676.

Cambray, Robert de Croy, bp. of, 100, 794.

Cambridge, g. 144 (2), 613 (1), 942 (19).

-, letter dated at, 936 (2).

-, mayor of. See Franke, C.

-, Black Friars (supp.) of, p. 561.

-, Castle, g. 144 (20).

-, gaol, g. 831 (29).

-, St. Benet's, parson of. See Davy, Wm.

-, St. Mary's church beside the Market, 698.

-, University of, 297, 936:—g. 733 (22).
-, King's Hall, 698:—g. 733 (34).
-, -, disputed fellowship at, 698, 936.
-, -, master of, 698.
-, St. John's College, g. 436 (61).
-, -, letter dated at, 297.
-, Trinity Hall, 936.

Cambridge, John, p. 546.

Cambridgeshire, g. 1027 (41).

-, lands in, 60, 69, 211, 393.

-, sheriff of, 733 (34).

Cambuskenneth (Camyskynnyng, Cambesken net), in Scotland, 96 (2).

-, Alex. Myll, abbot of, 753.

Camel, Soms., 498 iii. c. 78.

Camerino (Camarino), duchy of, 591, 929.

Camerlengo, Mons. See Sforza, Card.

Camerwell. See Camberwell.

Cameswell. See Camswell.

Campbell, Sir John, of Lundy, 248 (pp. 92–3).

Campes, Castel. See Castle Camps.

Campessey. See Campsey.

Campion, Chr., mercer, 1030 (1):—g. 831 (79).

-, Ralph, p. 547.

Campsey (Campessey), Suff., chantry priests of, 1029 (9).

Camswell (Cameswell), Mich., p. 559.

-, (Caneswell), Thos., prior of Coventry, g. 613 (41), 733 (12).

Camyskynnyng. See Cambuskenneth.

Canck, Thos., 609.

Candell, Thos., notary, 1013.

Candishe. See Cavendish.

Candover, Chilton-, Hants, 498 iii., c. 71.

Candysshe. See Cavendish.

Canedon (Carnedon in Valor Ecc. II. 402), Cornw., 498 (34).

Canel, Humph., 1030 (29).

Cane stone. See Caen.

Caneswell. See Camswell.

Canfield, Much-, Essex, letter dated at, 998.

Canhall. See Canons Hall.

Caninges, George, 1014.

Cannell, Ric., g. 282 (18).

Canner, Thos., elk., canon of St. Stephens, surveyor of works, 514.

Cannington, Soms., nunnery (supp.) of, g. 436 (54).

Canon (Camb.?), g. 613 (1).

Canon, Ric., p. 550.

Canonhall. See Canons Hall.

Canons Hall (Canonhall, Canhall), Essex, g. 611 (8).

Canons Leigh (Canonlegh) abbey (supp.), in Burlescom parish, Devon, pp. 544, 560:—g. 436 (32), 733 (50).

-, abbess. See Fowell, E.

-, pension list, p. 544.

Canshern or Cantysherne manor, 1029 (1).

Cantelmo (Cantelme), Caesare, servant of Francis I., 315 (p. 128), 373:—App. 2.

Canterbury, 14, 18, 259, 434, 453, 498 (58), 539 (p. 241), 1030 (32):—g. 282 (51), 613 (37).

-, letters dated at, 63, 464, 545, 1030 (9, 67).

-, disputes with the Priory, 453.

-, mayor of, 453.
-, Babbs Hill, g. 613 (37).
-, Castle, g. 144 (20).
-, Christchurch Cathedral priory, 63, 248 (p. 93), 254, 378, 434, 452–3, 809 (p. 383):—p. 567 bis:—g. 282 (84), 436 (61), 613 (37), 942 (49, 61, 87), 1027 (34).
-, -, commission to suppress, 378, 545.
-, -, list for pensions, etc., 452 (1, 2).
-, -, prior. See Goldwell, T.
-, -, warden of manors. See Thornden, R.
-, -, device for its alteration, 248 (p. 93).
-, -, “dean” of, 254.
-, Christchurch Cathedral (new foundation), 452, 545.
-, Langporte or Longport beside, pp. 556 bis, 558:—g. 613 (37).
-, The King's New Park near, 434, 846.
-, New Purchase, pp. 556, 558.
-, North Gate, p. 567:—g. 942 (61).
-, Old Park in Langport, pp. 556, 558.
-, North Holme, 846.
-, St. Andrew's parish, p. 566.
-, St. Augustine's abbey (supp.), 846. —pp. 555, 556 bis, 558, 560, 566–7: —g. 613 (32, 37).
-, St. Gregory's priory (supp.), 453 (2), 478 (4), 539 (p. 242):—g. 613 (32).
-, St. James's hospital near, g. 942 (61).
-, St. Martin's parish beside, p. 558.
-, St. Mary Northgate, g. 942 (61).
-, St. Paul's parish beside, pp. 556, 558.

Canterbury, abp. of, 498 (36). See Cranmer.

Canterbury, archdeacon of. See Cranmer, E.

Canterbury, Province of, 498 (23).

Canterbury (Caunterbury, Cantorburie) Wm., 452, 474.

Cantourcelly, John, g. 942 (11).

Cantrell, Thos., 830 (p. 399).

Cantwell, Thos. See Chauntrell.

Cantysherne or Canshern manor, 1029 (1).

Cape, Adrien, a French refugee (extradited in 1539), 290.

Capele. See Capple.

Capell, Sir Giles, 14 (p. 5), 806:—g. 282 (20, 61).

-, Sir Hen., 14 (p. 6):—g. 282 (9), 942 (13).

-, Sir Wm., dec, 806.

Capes (Cappys), John, a “poor man” of Bristol, 321–2, 799, 989, 994.—g. 436 (28).

-, -, signature of, 799.

Capett, Nic., 749 (2).

Capito, Wolfgang, 814.

Capman, Thos., 609.

Capon, John, alias Salcot, bp. of Salisbury, 424, 495 ii., 500, 598, 615, 717, 861, 1013.

-, -, letter to, 717.

-, -, signature of, 861.

Capones, —, merchant of Florence, 1030 (18).

Capple Fell (Capell Falle), Westmld., p. 556.

Cappys. See Capes.

Capron, Thos., p. 544.

Caraboldan, the. See Moldavia.

Caraffa, Cardinal, letter to, 103.

Carau. See Carew.

Carbrook (Carbroke), Norf., 521.

Carden or Cawerden, Thos., 445 (p. 183):—g. 1027 (26).

Cardeston, Norf., g. 436 (59).

Cardiff, Philip, 49:—p. 553.

Cardigan, in Wales, g. 282 (108).

-, priory (supp.) of, cell to Chertsey and to Bisham abbey, g. 282 (108).

-, -, prior. See Hore, T.

Cardigan, archdeacon of. See Luntley, J.

Cardiganshire, in Wales, commission of sewers, g. 1027 (10).

Cardinal, the, 737.

Cardinals, the College of (Consistory), 478, 480, 507 (2), 591, 787, 892.

-, expected creation of, 480.

-, French party, 591.

Cardington, Beds, g. 436 (9).

-, letter dated at, 352.

Cardington, Salop, g. 831 (36).

Cardons, Kent (in Cliffe?), g. 436 (61).

Care. See Cary.

Carehamton. See Carhampton.

Carew (Carow), Sir Nic., master of the Horse (executed 3 March 1539), 498 (36), 686, 939 (p. 465), 953 (p. 484): —g. 144 (5), 612 (2), 942 (94).

Carew, Agnes, p. 544.

-, (Carau), Charles, bastard son of Sir Nic. (executed in 1540), 498 (i. 58, ii. c. 49), 953 (p. 484).

-, Charles, g. 1027 (19).

-, Eliz., p. 544.

-, (Carow, Caro), Gawen, 14 (p. 5):—p. 565:—g. 912 (98).

-, (Carow, Carrow, Caro, Carau), Sir George, captain of Risebank, 14, 460–1, 473, 478 (4), 537, 609 (p. 276), 617, 736n, 767, 1030 (33):—g. 282 (33), 942 (75).

-, George, archd. of Totness, 861.

-, George, clk., g. 282 (17).

-, (Caro), Geo., letter to, 1030 (61).

-, (Caroo), John, letter from, 1030 (17).

-, Maud, widow, mother of Sir Nicholas, 498 (58).

-, (Carow), Peter, 14 (p. 5).

-, Sir Ric., lieutenant of Calais Castle (in 1510), 729.

-, (Carowe), Thos., brother of Wymond, 543 (p. 246).

-, Thos., g. 613 (44).

-, Thomasina, p. 544.

-, (Carow), Wymond, receiver to Anne of Cleves, 18, 543 (p. 246), 844, 937, 991, 1016:—g. 282 (33, 52), 942 (41, 75), 1027 (39).

-, -, letter from, 991.

-, -, his wife, 991.

Carey. See Cary.

Carforde, Wm., p. 552.

Carham (Kareham), Nthld., p. 565.

Carhampton (Carehampton), Soms., p. 562: —g. 282 (106).

Carkett, Wm., g. 733 (33).

Carlagh. See Carlow.

Carleton, Camb., g. 436 (41), 1027 (16).

Carleton, Notts. See Carlton.

Carleton Barbedors, Camb., g. 436 (41).

Carleton or Carlton, Chr., p. 549.

-, Geo., Cromwell's servant, 1029 (15).

-, Gerard, a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

-, Jocosa, g. 733 (48).

-, John, g. 733 (48).

Carletone. See also Charleton.

Carlier, Dennis, 609.

Carlingford, co. Louth, castle of, 142, 849 (p. 420).

-, -, constable. See Brabazon, R.

-, -, constableship of, 142.

Carlinghow (Karlinghawe), Yorks., near Batley, g. 282 (49).

Carlisle (Kerlesle, Karlell, Karleill), 36, 52, 175, 195, 502 (2), 746.

-, letters dated at, 52, 106, 119–20, 198, 219, 619, 632–4, 709.

-, mayor and aldermen, 52.
-, Castle, 88, 119–20, 131, 198, 219.
-, -, captain. See Wentworth, Sir T.
-, Cathedral priory, 44, 619, 633: —p. 554.
-, -, pension list, 44 (2):—p. 554.
-, -, prior and guardian. See Salkeld, L.
-, -, surrender, 44.
-, Church of, 219.

Carlisle, archd. of. See Holgill, W.

-, bp. of. See Aldridge, R.

Carlisle (Carliell) herald. See Warcopp, L.

Carlow (Carlagh), in Ireland, 142.

Carlton, Glouc. See Charleton.

Carlton (Carleton), Notts, g. 282 (10).

Carlton (Carleton) le Moorland, Linc., g. 942 (99).

Carlton. See Carleton.

Carmarden. See Carmarthen.

Carmarden, Thos., 600 (p. 270).

Carmarthen or New Carmarthen (Kermerthyn, Carmarden), 427.

-, letter dated at, 427.

-, mayor of, 427. See Rice, P.

-, Market Place, 427.

-, Priory (supp.) of, p. 555.

-, Shire Hall, 427.

Carmarthen (Kermerthin), Old-, 427.

Carmarthenshire, in Wales, commission of sewers in, g. 1027 (10).

Carminowe, John, g. 282 (52), 942 (41).

-, Nic., g. 282 (52).

Carnaby, Sir Reynold, 196, 465 ii., 467 (2), 1018, 1029 (8):—g. 612 (14).

-, -, letter from, 1029 (8).

-, Ric., p. 553.

Carnarvon (Caernarvon), in N. Wales, p. 565.

-, (Caernarvon), constable of. See Pilston, J.

Carne (Karne, Kerne, Kearne), Sir Edward, Ll.D., 19, 49, 50n, 139, 801 (“member of his Council”), 828–9, 842, 847, 862, 870, 881, 890, 904, 908n, 914, 930, 949, 955, 961, 990:—g. 1027 (45).

-, -, letters from, 19, 842, 870, 890, 904, 914.

-, -, letters to, 881, 908n, 930.

-, -, signature of, 49.

Carne, John, murder of, 129, 146.

Carnes, Thos., p. 549.

Carneshewe, Wm., g. 282 (52), 942 (41).

Carnyke, John, p. 543.

Caro, Caroo, or Carow. See Carew.

Carocke, Ralph, g. 613 (4).

-, Randolph, g. 611 (40),

Carpenter, John, p. 548.

-, Ric., 391 (5).

-, Valentine, g. 282 (54).

Carpentras, in Provence, letter dated at, 78, 564.

-, bp. of. See Sadolet. Cardinal.

Carpi, Ridolfo Pio, cardinal of, bp. of Faenza, 134, 246, 637, 639, 933.

-, -, letters to, 246, 639.

-, -, discourse upon Charles V.'s. journey through France, 134.

Carr (Ker, Care), John, of Wark, 196, 580.

Carraunt, Sir Wm., g. 282 (9).

Carre, Hugh, p. 541.

-, Robt., g. 831 (18, 54).

-, Thos., p. 551. See also Kerr.

Carrick (Karycke), co. Wexford, 558.

Carrick Bradagh (Carrike Bradoghe), co. Louth, 199, 683.

Carrickfergus or Knokfergus, in Ireland, 82.

Carron, Colin, 626.

Carrow. See Carew.

Carryk. See Carrick.

Carsclyff, in Ashwick, Soms., g. 436 (80).

Carsidony, Ant., g. 942 (114).

Carswell (Carsewell), cell of, in Broadhembury, Devon. g. 436 (32).

Carswell, near Woburn, Beds, g. 282 (91).

Carter, Agnes, p. 552.

-, Edm., 62 (2):—p. 551.

-, Eliz., p. 554.

-, Jacques. See Quartier.

-, Marg., p. 554.

-, Maurice, p. 549.

-, Robt., parson of Islip and of Anderne near Calais (died 1540), 514, 552.

-, T., 14 (p. 6).

-, Thos., priest, 552.

Carth, co. Glamorgan, g. 831 (27).

Carthmaylocke, co. Glamorgan, g. 831 (27).

Carthusians, 953 (p 484).

Cartwright, John, g. 733 (42).

-, Wm., p. 554.

Carvanell, John, dean of Warwick college, 861.

Cary (Care), Eliz. p. 543.

-, (Carie), Geo. 609 (p. 275).

-, (Care), John, groom of the Privy Chamber, p. 539.

-, John, p. 549.

-, (Carie), Ric. 609 (p. 276).

-, Thos. p. 557.

Cary Fitzpayn (Caryfytz Payn), Soms., g. 282 (1).

Casewyke Parva, near Stamford, g. 612 (15).

Casharde. See Calshot.

Cashel (Casshell), co. Tipperary, 672, 915.

Cashio (Cayesho), Herts, g. 733 (53).

Cassel, in Germany, 242 (p. 86), 243.

Casshell. See Cashel.

Cassillis (Castelles), Gilbert Kennedy earl of (1527 to 1558), 248 (p. 92), 709.

Castell (Castyll, Casull, Castle), —, of Calais, 478 (2, 4), 479, 507, 539 (pp. 240, 242).

-, Jas., 749 (2).

-, John, 61, 111 (2):—p. 551.

-, Thos., g. 282 (6).

Castelles. See Cassillis.

Castell Gordan. See Castlejordan.

Castelnau, Ant. de, bp. of Tarbes (died 1539) 676.

Castelocke. See Castlock.

Castelynne, Wm., p. 562.

Casterton, Rutl., g. 612 (15).

Casterton, Brigg or Great (Brydgecasterton), Rutl., p. 557.

Castile, Council of, president of. See Tavera, J. de.

Castille, Prince of. See Philip.

Castillon (Cattyllion, Catillion), Louis de Perreau sieur de, 222, 418 ii., 543 (p. 245), 574, 792, 801, 842, 890.

Castle. See Castell.

Castle Bromwich, Warw., g. 282 (104).

Castle Camps, Camb., 806.

Castledermot (Tisteldermot), co. Kildare, 142.

Castlejordan (Castell Gordan), co. Meath, 815, 849 (p. 420).

Castles, device for, 598.

Castles, the. See Blockhouses.

Castleton Marland, Lanc., g. 282 (72).

Castlocke or Castelocke, Wm., 61.

Castlyne, John, p. 543.

Castor, Ambrose, p. 549.

-, Wm., p. 549.

Castorne, in Mayfield parish, Warw., p. 559.

Castres, duke of. See Farnese, Pier.

Castyll. See Castell.

Casulanus, —, a friend of Sadolet, 564.

Casull. See Castell.

Catcot (Cadecte), Soms., p. 556.

Catesby, Ntht., monastery (supp.) of, g. 436 (53).

Catesby (Catysby), Ant., 14 (p. 6), 600 (p. 270).

-, (Cattysby), Philippa, p. 543.

-, (Catisby), Ric., 14 (p. 6).

Catheral (Catterell), Ric., 749 (2).

Catholic League, the, 178, 304, 512, 591.

Catillion. See Castillon.

Catillion, Card. of. See Coligni.

Catle. See Turnbull, Pait.

Catley. See Catteley.

Catteley (Catley), Linc., priory (supp.) of, g. 733 (44), 942 (99).

Catterell. See Catherall.

Catterton Park, Yorks., g. 611 (33).

Cattle (oxen, cows, calves, bullocks), 1, 34, 268, 391 (5, 6), 465 (2), 650 (3), 795, 849 (p. 420), 853 (p. 427), 919, 1029 (9), 1030 (5, 10, 23, 54).

Catton, Peter, p. 547.

Cattyllion. See Castillon.

Cattysby. See Catesby.

Catysby. See Catesby.

Caudebec (Coddebeck), in Normandy, 904, 961.

-, letter dated at, 961.

Caullier, — (qu. Collier?), 1030 (4).

Caulme, John, p. 551.

Caulton, Hen., p. 544.

Caumpton, Wm., p. 550.

Caundle Haddon, Dors. (qu. C. Stourton?), p. 540.

Caunterbury. See Canterbury.

Caunton (Cawnton), Notts, g. 282 (10).

Causton, Norf., g. 436 (59).

Causton, Wm., 452.

Cavalcanti, Thomas, 415, 544.

-, -, letter to, 544.

Cavan, in Ireland, 830 (p. 430).

Cavarde, Ric., g. 613 (17).

Cave, Sir Ambrose, knight of St. John, letter to, 685.

-, Brian, g. 282 (97).

-, Fras., LL.D., 352.

-, Fras., 553.

-, Osmond, 749 (2).

-, T., 14 (p. 6),

-, Thos., g. 282 (98).

Cavenagh. See Kavanagh.

Cavendish (Candish, Candysshe), John, 14 (p. 5):—g. 733 (44).

-, (Candish), Ric., 14 (p. 6).

-, (Candishe), Wm., an auditor of Augmentations, commissioner to Ireland (Aug. 1540), 359 (1, 2), 378, 553, 978, 988:—g. 282 (95–6, 108).

-, -, signature of, 359 (1, 2).

-, -, Margaret his wife, g. 282 (108).

Caversham (Cawsham), Oxon, g. 282 (45).

Cawerden. See Carden.

Cawnton. See Caunton.

Cawode. See Cawood.

Cawood, Yorks., letter dated at, 147.

Cawood (Cawode), Steph., g. 436 (21, 34).

Cawsham. See Caversham.

Cawston, Wm, g. 436 (75).

Cawton, Isabel, p. 551.

Cayesho. See Cashio.

Caysso. See Keysoe.

Caythorpe (Cuthorp), Notts, g. 282 (10).

Cecil (Cyssyll), Ric., yeoman of the Robes, 900, 917:—g. 942 (46).

-, Wm., lord Burleigh (temp. Eliz.), handwriting of, 861 (3).

Celius. See Cælius.

Celles, Alice, p. 547.

Cely, Alice, 1029 (26),

Cercamp abbey, in France, letter dated at, 228.

Ceremonies of the Church, 758.

Cerne, Dors., abbey (supp.) of, pp. 542, 559;—g. 436 (67), 831 (88), 1027 (23).

-, -, abbot. See Norman, T.

-, -, pension list, p. 542.

Cervini, Marcello Cardinal, of Monte Pulciano in Tuscany, bp. of Nicastro, the Pope's chief secretary, deputed legate to the Diet of Spires and to the Emperor, afterwards (1555) Pope Marcellus II., 187, 315, 320, 332, 669, 712, 762, 794, 807, 888, 1017:—App. 5.

-, -, letters from, 187, 1017.

-, -, letter to, App. 5.

Ceton, Rose, p. 546.

Cevylle. See Seville.

Chabe, J., 14 (p. 6).

Chaddeswiche. See Chadwick.

Chaderton (Chaterton), John, 323.

Chadwick (Chaddeswiche), Worc., g. 831 (64).

Chaffre, Robt., p. 545.

Chafyn, Thos., g. 282 (3, 8).

Chaitour (Chaytor), Chr., 31.

Chalanour. See Chaloner.

Chalcot, Walter, serjeant at arms, g. 942 (60).

Chaldon (Chalden), Staff., g. 611 (5).

Chaldon (Esthaldon), East-, Dors., g. 1027 (23).

Chaldon, West- (Westhaldon), Dors., g. 1027 (23).

Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks, p. 562;—g. 436 (33).

Chalfont St. Peters, Bucks, g. 436 (33).

Chalford (Chalkeforde), Oxon, near Aston Rowant, g. 613 (23).

Chalk, Kent, g. 942 (49).

Chalkeford. See Chalford.

Challey, John, g. 436 (77).

Chaloner, Robt., of the Council of the North, 25, 131, 361, 428, 958:—g. 282 (21), 612 (12, 14), 942 (41b).

-, -, signature of, 25, 131, 361, 428.

-, (Chalanour), Roger, g. 613 (29).

Chalons sur Marne, in France, letter dated at, 1022.

Chalons sur Marne, bp. of. See Lenoncourt.

Chalton, Hants, g. 612 (1), 912 (54).

Chalvedon. See Chalwedon.

Chalwedon or Chalvedon (Shalvedon in Valor Ecc. I. 400), Essex, g. 611 (8).

Chamber (Chambre), —, 241.

-, Mr., 255.

-, (Chambre), John, M.D., the King's physician, dean of St. Stephen's Westminster and archd. of Bedford 806, 825n, 850 (1, 12), 860 (p. 430), 861 (1, 2).

-, -, deposition by, 850 (12), 861 (2, 3).

-, -, signature of, 861.

-, (Chambre), Ric., g. 282 (18).

-, (Chambour), Thos., g. 611 (26).

Chamberlain of England, High, 540–1. See Oxford, John earl of; Cromwell, Thomas; Sussex, R. earl of.

Chamberlayne, Sir Edw., 339.

-, Edw., 553.

-, John, p. 543.

-, Leonard, 14 (p. 6), 339, 1029 (60).

-, Newell, 609.

-, Robt., 609 (p. 275).

-, (Chamberleyne), Thos., 783.

-, Wm., 21, 111 (2):—pp. 449, 551.

Chambers or Chamber, John, alias Borough, abbot of Peterborough, p. 549:—g. 282 (67–8).

Chamborne. See Champernon.

Chambre, Philip de la, cardinal of Boulogne, maternal brother of the duke of Albany, letter to, 247.

Chambre. See Chamber.

Chambyrs, Essex, g. 611 (1).

Chameley. See Cholmondeley.

Chamound or Chamond, Sir John, g. 282 (5, 33, 52), 942 (41, 75).

-, Thos., g. 282 (52), 942 (41).

Champeney, Alice, p. 543.

Champernon or Champernowne, (Chamborne), John, 14 (p. 5):—g. 144 (13), 942 (98).

-, Katharine, letter from, 602.

-, Sir Ph., g. 282 (5, 33), 942 (75).

Champneys, Sir John, g. 144 (1).

Chancellor, lord. See Audeley.

Chancellor, Mr. See Riche, Sir Ric.

Chancery, clerks of. See Layton, Ric.; Legh, Thos.

-, six clerks of, g. 436 (37).

Chanon, Ric., p. 559:—g. 282 (18).

Chantilly, in France, Constable Montmorency's place, 38 (p. 16), 762.

Chantryll, Joan, 93 (2).

Chapman Alan, g. 144 (10).

-, -, Marg. his wife, g. 144 (10).

-, Alice, p. 547.

-, Felicia, p. 553.

-, Geo., p. 547.

-, Hen. p. 549.

-, John, 749 (2):—g. 436 (40), 942 (19).

-, Matilda, p. 551.

-, Robt., M.A., g. 831 (3).

-, Robt., g. 831 (29).

Chapuys (Schapuis), Eustace, masters of requests ordinary of Charles V., Imperial ambassador in England (from 1529 to 1539 and again July 1540 till 1545), 68, 97, 161–2, 388, 582–3,622, 720, 812, 837 (p. 414), 885–6, 926.

Charde, Soms., g. 831 (68).

Charde, Thos., alias Tibbes, abbot of Ford, p. 545:—g. 831 (68).

Charity (Charyte), Dr. Humph., 69.

Charke, Dr. See Clerk.

Charles V., the Emperor (“Caesar”) personal notices, 23, 38 passim, 39–41, 58, 68, 98, 101, 103, 115, 121–3, 126, 130, 134, 145, 161, 169, 171, 179, 188–9, 222–5, 243, 257, 264–5, 285, 289, 304 (p. 123), 310 (p. 126), 344, 356–7, 389, 457, 463, 480, 507 (p. 225), 511, 519, 543, 582–3, 591, 596, 621–2, 652, 665, 666 (p. 316), 673, 707 ii., 720, 762, 793–4, 807, 812, 836, 842, 852, 863–5, 876–7, 879 (p. 440), 880, 886, 728, 901 (p. 447), 902, 911, 916 (p. 454), 926, 929, 931, 961, 968, 1030 (18 p. 529).

-, -, (his government), 45–6, 68, 76. 79, 82, 104, 123–4, 130 (pp. 41–2), 134, 136 (p. 45), 142, 145, 154–5, 168 170, 177–8, 187, 202–3, 222–3, 233, 238–40, 242 (p. 86), 243, 248 (p. 91), 253, 257, 265, 285, 290, 302, 304, 306, 309, 315, 320, 332, 334, 337, 344, 356–7, 366, 368, 373, 388–90, 401, 418 i., ii., 419, 421, 425, 448–9, 456–7, 459, 462–3, 469, 472, 480–3, 486–7, 489–90, 497, 507 (2), 508, 511, 519, 522, 530, 533, 539 (p. 241), 543, 548, 563, 566–7, 572–4, 581–3, 589, 596–7, 621–3, 625–6, 651–2, 662, 665–6, 674, 677, 679, 720, 727–8, 735–6, 742, 750 v., ix., 751, 762, 778, 781 (1, 2), 786–7, 792, 793–4, 797, 801, 803, 807–8, 812, 814, 817, 822, 825, 837–8, 847–8, 854, 859, 864, 870 (pp. 435–6), 879–80, 883, 887, 889, 890 (p. 444), 904, 919, 926, 932, 938, 951:—App. 2:—g. 144 (3, 19), 282 (82), 611 (6).

-, -, letters from, 100, 293, 676, 774, 819, 885, 928, 969.

-, -, letters to, 9, 41, 55, 84, 133, 221, 263, 276, 287, 301, 512, 591, 556 ii., 667, 669, 675, 715, 768, 779, 810, 820, 906, 924, 947, 949, 968.

-, -, his words about “ingratitude,” 257–8, 285, 289.

-, -, proposed marriage for, 332.

-, -, -, with Margaret of France, 134, 508 (p. 227).

-, -, his passage through France, a poem (“Declamacion de Mars”) upon, 101.

-, -, -, Card. Carpi's discourse, 134.

-, -, his reception in Paris (description), 39.

-, -, sends into Germany, 344 (p.138).

-, -, ambassadors to, 188, 189 (p. 70), 665, 673, 864.
-, Almain, i.e., German. See below.
-, of Cleves, 97, 188, 203, 356, 794. See also Bourne, Dr.
-, of Denmark (or Holstein), 161, 203, 508 (p. 227).
-, English, 155, 582. See Wyatt, Sir T.; Tate, Ric.; Pate, Ric.
-, of Ferrara, 877–8.
-, of Florence, 315, 581, 762.
-, French, 876, 879 (pp. 439–40), 880. See Selve, G. de.
-, of the German Protestants (Almains), 188, 320, 388, 811.
-, of Gueldres, 97.
-, of Hamburg, 203.
-, of Mantua, 876, 878.
-, Papal nuncio, 478 (p. 200), 886, 889, 932. See Poggio, G.
-, Papal legate. See Farnese, Card.; Cervini, Card.
-, of Portugal, 916.
-, of Savoy, 344.
-, Venetian (sent in Jan. 1540), 46, 115, 320, 448, 462, 508 (p. 227).

-, his captain of the Guard, 621.

-, Chamber, 621, 793, 863, 878, 901 (p. 447).

-, Chapel, 879, 889 (p. 443).

-, Council of, 621.

-, Court of, 38 (p. 16), 203, 238, 315, 356, 448, 478 (p. 200), 482–3), 530, 583, 621–2, 651, 665, 673, 742, 762, 811–12, 837 (p. 414), 864, 876, 878–9.

-, daughter of. See Mary of Castile.

-, his “magior domo magior,” 807.

-, his master of horse. See Andalot.

-, his master of the Posts, 951.

-, his Order. See Golden Fleece.

-, his Privy Chamber, 621, 863.

-, his secretaries, 344.

-, treaties with, 938.

Charles, duke of Orleans, youngest son of Francis I., 38 (p. 17), 40, 98, 100, 115, 121–2, 134, 222, 224, 285, 315 bis, 456, 459, 480, 508 (p. 227), 543 (pp. 244–5), 573–4, 582, 597, 674, 676.

-, -, proposed marriage of:—
-, with Princess Mary. See Mary.
-, with Mary of Spain, 40, 222, 315 bis, 457, 480, 543 (pp. 244–5), 573, 597, 674, 676.
-, with a daughter of King Ferdinand, 315, 508 (p. 227).

Charles the Bold, duke of Burgundy (1467–1477), 779, 928.

Charles (Charlis), Steph., 749 (2).

Charleton, Beds. See Charlton.

Charleton (Carlton, Charlton), Glouc., near Tetbury, g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Charleton Makerell, Soms., g. 282 (1).

Charleton or C. Marshall, Dors., p. 563.

Charleton or Charlton (Carletone), Edy, 160, 1029 (8).

-, Gerry, called Topping 96 (2).

-, John, of Blakelaw, 96 (2), 160.

-, John, 96 (2), 160.

-, Percival, 96 (2), 160.

-, Rynyen, of the Nayke, 96 (2), 160.

-, (Carletone), Wm., 1029 (8).

Charlez Viderz, Mons. de, 914.

Charlton. See Charleton.

Charlton (Charleton), Beds, near Blunham, 372.

Charlton, Glouc. See Charleton.

Charlton, Suss., 498 (37).

Charminster (Charmyster), Dors., g. 436 (67).

Charmyster. See Charminster.

Charolais (Charrolois), in Burgundy, 457, 573, 676.

Charrolois. See Charolais.

Chart, Great-, Kent, g. 942 (49).

Charte, John, 452.

Chartham, Kent, g. 942 (61).

Chatburn (Chatborne), Lanc., g. 611 (13).

Chateaubriand, M. de, governor of Brittany, 543 (p. 246 bis), 704.

-, -, his poursuivant or post, 543 (p. 246), 704.

Chateaudun, in France, 1022.

-, letter dated at, 590.

Chaterton. See Chaderton.

Chatham (Chetham), Kent, 359 (1, 2), 600.

Chatham (Chetham), Ric., 474.

-, (Chetham), Thos., alias Caleye, q.v.

Chatteris (Chatteras), Camb., nunnery (supp.) of, g. 733 (42).

-, -, abbess. See Gayton, A.

Chatterys, John, p. 550.

Chaunce, John, 609 (p. 275).

Chauncesy, John, 37.

Chaundeler, John, p. 543.

-, Ric., priest, 1013.

-, Walter, g. 282 (27), 613 (2).

Chaunte, Thos., 884.

Chauntryll, Joan, p. 551.

Chauntrell, Robt., g. 282 (4).

-, or Cantwell, Thos., rector of Hardwick,395.

Chawmond, -, 14 (p. 6).

Chawner, Humph., 958.

Chawnfate, Chr., p. 549.

Chayham. See Cheam.

Chaynes. See Chenies.

Chayney. See Cheyney.

Chaytor. See Chaitour.

Cheam (Chayham), East-, 498 (36).

Cheam, West- (Westchayham), Surr., 498 (36).

Chechcley, Thos., g. 282 (6).

Cheese (Chese), 478 (p. 200), 507 (p. 225).

-, (Essex cheeses), 1014.

Chelleshithe. See Chelsea.

Chelmsford (Chelmisford), Essex, g. 282 (36, 89), 611 (8 p. 285), 942 (100).

Chelsea (Cheltesey, Chelleshithe), Midd., pp. 539, 541.

Cheltenham, Glouc., g. 942 (47).

Cheltenham, John, 49:—p. 553.

-, Ric., 49;—p. 553.

-, Robt., 49:—p. 553.

Cheltesey. See Chelsea.

Chelworth, Wilts, g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Chene Court. See Cheyne.

Cheney. See Cheyney.

Chenies (Chaynes), Bucks, letter dated at, 979.

Cheny. See Cheyney.

Chereton. See Cheriton.

Cheriton (Cherinton), Kent, 721n:—p. 560:—g. 1027 (36).

Cheriton Fitzpayne, Devon, g. 831 (71).

Cheriton (Chereton), John, Lisle's servant, eleven letters from, 1030 (18).

-, -, his son, 1030 (18).

Cherrington, Glouc. See Cheryngdon.

Cherssey. See Chertsey.

Chertsey (Cherssey), Surr., abbey (supp.) of, 505:—p. 540:—g. 282 (108).

Cheryngdon (Cherrington?), alias Stepleauyngton, Glouc., 498 (iii. c. 71).

Chescombe (Churchecombe), Dors., g. 282 (90).

Cheselborne (Chesilbourne), Dors., g. 282 (14).

Cheseman, Robt., 14 (p. 6).

-, Robt., g. 831 (47b).

Cheshire, g. 282 (55, 60), 436 (5), 942 (57).

-, commission of peace, g. 282 (34), 733 (63).

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

-, lands in, 87, 93, 111.

-, justice of Chester and Flint, g. 1027 (31). See Sulyard, Sir W.; Hare, Sir N.

Cheshunt (Chesthunt), Herts, 726:—g. 613 (7), 733 (64).

Chesilbourne. See Cheselborne.

Chesilforde. See Chillesford.

Chesilton, Thos., g. 831 (79).

Chesman, John, 609 (p. 276).

Chesten wood, Kent, g. 942 (22).

Chester or West Chester, 52, 87, 93, 141, 328 (2):—pp. 557, 564.

-, letters dated at, 226–7.

-, chamberlain of. See Cheshire.

-, documents relating to, 141.

-, mayor of (1539–40). See Gee, H. St. Mary's nunnery, 93:—pp. 551, 563.
-, -, pension list, 93 (2):—p. 551.
-, -, prioress. See Grosvenor, E.
-, -, surrender, 93.
-, St. Werburgh's abbey, 87, 827:—p. 552.
-, -, abbot. See Clerk, T.
-, -, pension list, 87:—p. 552.
-, -, rental of, 827.
-, -, surrender, 87.
-, White Friars, p. 557.

Chester, archdeacon of. See Knight, W.

Chester, Act for county days, 498 (50).

Chester in the Street, Dham., dean of. See Warham, W.

Chester, Mr., of Bristol, 371.

-, Robt., g. 733 (57).

-, Wm., p. 542:—g. 831 (67).

Chesterton, Camb., g. 613 (1), 733 (34).

Chesterton, Oxon, g. 282 (109, 116), 436 (29).

Chesterton Magna and Parva, Oxon, g. 436 (29).

Chesterton, Wm., p. 550.

Chesthunt. See Cheshunt.

Cheswicke. See Chiswick.

Chesworthe, Ric., g. 733 (42).

Chetham. See Chatham.

Chetham, Ralph, his testament, 1029 (5).

Chetwood (Chytwode), Bucks, g. 831 (58).

-, priory (supp.) of, cell to Notley, g. 831 (58).

Cheveley. See Chieveley.

Cheven, —, 937.

Chevening, Kent, 498 iii. c. 68.

Cheverell, Anne, p. 545.

Chevington, Suff., p. 562.—g. 282 (116), 436 (74).

Chewet or Chutt, Ph., 323.

Chewton Mendip, Soms., p. 557.

Cheyne manor or Chene Court, Kent, g. 613 (32).

Cheyney (Tscheni, Cheyne, Cheney), Sir Thos., lord warden of the Cinque Ports, treasurer of the Household, 18, 138, 170, 429 (?), 560 (1, 3), 561, 707 i., ii., 804, 845, 894, 908, 966, 1005, 1016, 1018, 1021:—pp. 556, 567:—g. 436 (44–5, 92), 942 (22), 1027 (7).

-, -, letter from, 845.

Cheyney, — (Mulier C. in Vol. XIV.), p. 545.

-, (Chayney), Chr., 609 (p. 275).

-, (Chayney, Cheyne, Cheny), John, 609 (p. 275):—pp. 549, 564:—g. 611 (29, 43), 733 (20).

-, (Cheynie), Robt., 14 (p. 6), 1008.

-, (Chayney), Thos., 553, 609 (p. 275), 1029 (26).

Cheyneys (Cheynes), Bucks, g. 436 (33).

Chiche. See St. Osith's.

Chichester, Suss., 498 (37), 599 (2), 681:—g. 144 (2 p. 52).

-, letters dated at, 681, 1030 (50).

-, Black Friars (supp.) of, p. 561.

-, Cathedral, dean of. See Fleshmonger, W.

-, Palantyne, 498 (37).

Chichester, archdeacon of. See Worthiall, J.

-, bp. of. See Sampson, Ric.

Chicksand (Chyksand, Chykersand, Chycksande) priory (supp.), Beds, p. 555, 562:—g. 282 (124), 436 (9, 42), 831 (16, 45, 49), 942 (19).

-, prior of. See Orrey, J.

Chidley, —, Queen's attorney, 21.

-, Robt., g. 282 (33), 942 (75), 1027 (44).

Chido, Wm., 609 (p. 275).

Chief Baron, lord. See Lister, Sir R.

Chief Justice of King's Bench. See Montague, Sir E.

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

Chieveley (Cheveley), Berks, g. 733 (48).

Chilcock, Ant., p. 550.

Childe, John, p. 550.

Childerditch (Chylderdyche), Essex, g. 611 (34).

Childerlangley. See Langley Regis.

Childewyke. See Chilwick.

Chilgrove, Suss., 498 (37).

Chillenden, John, prb. of Canterbury, 452.

Chillesford (Chesilforde), Suff., p. 564.

Chillington, Staff., near Brewood, g. 942 (42, 56).

Chillwell. See Chilwell.

Chilternelaggley. See Langley Regis.

Chiltington, Suss., 498 (37).

Chilton alias Chilton Folliatt, Wilts, g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Chilton, Robt., p. 552.

Chilwell (Chillwell), Notts, p. 567.

Chilwick (Childewyke), Herts, g. 282 (108).

Chingford alias Shingelford, Essex, 806 (p. 380).

Chinnock, East-, Soms., p. 543.

Chipchace (Chipchest), Nthld., 467.

-, letter dated at, 570. See also Heron, of Chipchase.

Chippenham, Camb., g. 831 (45).

Chippenham, Wilts, 600 (p. 270):—p. 540:—g. 144 (2 p. 52), 942 (110).

Chippenham (Chypenham), Nic., g. 282 (7), 831 (39), 942 (39).

Chippyng, Ric., p. 555.

Chipsham, Martin, p. 549.

Chirk, co. Denbigh, g. 612 (10).

Chirton, East-, Nthld., p. 556.

Chishall (Chysshull), Camb., g. 613 (1).

Chisledon (Chuselden), Wilts, g. 613 (6).

Chislett (Chistlett, Chystelet), Kent, pp. 555, 560:—g. 613 (32).

Chisshull, Wm., g. 611 (3).

Chistlett. See Chislett.

Chiswick (Cheswicke), Midd., 338.

Chobham, lord. See Cobham.

Chockesmythes chapel, Suff., g. 436 (88), 613 (22).

Chok (Chabe), J., 14 (p. 6).

Cholmeley. See Cholmondeley.

Cholmondeley or Cholmeley (Chomley), —, cofferer to Anne of Cleves (July 1540), 937.

-, Alice, p. 547.

-, (Chameley), Sir Ric., 14 (p. 6):—g. 942 (77).

-, (Chomeley), Ric., pp. 552, 565.

-, (Cholmeley), Sir Rog., sen., of Yorkshire, g. 612 (14).

-, (Cholmeley), Sir Roger, serjeant at law, recorder of London, 1029 (19, 22):—g. 144 (1), 282 (20, 96), 831 (47b), 942 (77), 1027 (44).

-, -, letter from, 1029 (19).

-, -, Christiana his wife, g. 942 (77).

-, (Cholmeley), Wm., 642 (1, 2), 862.

Cholsey, Berks, g. 282 (25, 81).

Cholstrey (Chorlestrey), Heref., g. 282 (63).

Chomeley. See Cholmondeley.

Choo, Wm., p. 551.

Chorlestrey. See Cholstrey.

Chorley, Lanc., p. 564.

Christchurch or Christchurch Twynham, Hants, p. 564.

-, priory of Holy Trinity of, 139 i. (4):—pp. 549, 564:—g. 282 (100), 831 (44).

-, -, pension list, 139 i. (4):—p. 549.

-, -, prior. See Draper, J.

-, -, surrender, 139 i. (4).

Christian III., king of Denmark, called by Imperialists “duke of Holstein,” 2, 161, 203, 315, 337 (p. 136), 376–7, 576, 781 (2), 797, 870, 1009.

-, -, letters from, 377, 576.

-, -, letters to, 2, 376, 1009.

-, -, ambassadors of, 315 (“Danish ambassadors”).

-, -, his son, 315.

Christian, —, 269.

Christiern II., king of Denmark (deposed and in prison), brother in law of Charles V., father of the Duchess of Milan and Countess Palatine, 396, 666 (p. 316).

Christmas (Christynmas), John, 14 (p. 6).

Christopher (qu. Mont? q. v.), 699.

Chroiff. See Groff.

Chudley, Eliz., p. 544.

Chune, Nic., g. 733 (33).

Ch'un regu', letter dated at, 374.

Church, Walt., p. 549.

Churchecombe. See Chescombe.

Churchefen alias Kyrkesfen, Norf., g. 942 (18).

Churchegate, John, g. 942 (19).

Church Honeybourne (Churchonyborne), Worc., p. 563.

Chuselden. See Chisledon.

Chutt or Chewet, Ph., 323.

Chykessand. See Chicksand.

Chylton Candevere. See Candover.

Chyonall, John, g. 942 (42).

Chysshull. See Chishall.

Chystelet. See Chislett.

Chystlet. See Chislet.

Chyswaie, Thos., p. 542.

Chyttowe, Wilts, g. 942 (110).

Chytwode. See Chetwood.

Cicile, Cardinal of. See Lenoncourt.

Cimelier, Mathieu, 1030 (11).

Cippenham (Sypenham), Bucks, p. 568.

Circestre or Circester. See Cirencester.

Cirencester (Circestre), Glouc., 139 iv., 183.

-, abbey of, 139 iv.:—p. 550:—g. 946 (69).

-, -, abbot. See Blake, J.

-, -, pension list, 139 iv.:—p. 550.

-, -, surrender, 139 iv.

Cirencester (Circester), Robt., prior of St. James's at Bristol, 49, 139 iv.

-, (Circestre), Robt, p. 551.

Citie Campes. See Shudy Camps.

Civell, Agnes, p. 550.

Clabolt, Collen, 610.

Clacton Magna, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Clacton Parva, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Clacton, Hen., 28 (2):—p. 552.

Claines, Worc., g. 831 (64).

Claiton. See Clayton.

Clameflete marsh, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Clampe, Philip, g. 831 (17).

Clanfield (Clanveld), Oxon, g. 831 (51).

Clanricard or Bourke's country, in Ireland, 12.

Clansy, Dorothy, p. 543.

Clanveld. See Clanfield.

Clan Yoris or Clanoures, alias Birmingham's country, co. Kildare, 683.

Clapham (Clappam), John, 28 (2):—p. 552.

Clappam. See Clapham.

Clapton (Clopton) near Croydon, Camb., g. 613 (1).

Clapton (Clopton), Glouc., g. 733 (65).

Clare, Suff., g. 144 (2).

Clare, Elena, p. 545.

-, John, 609 (pp. 276, 278n).

-, Robt., soldier of Calais, 609 (p. 275).

-, Robt., 268 ii.

Clarelye. See Claverley.

Clarencieux (Clarencyous), Mrs., 1029 (56).

Clarendon (Claryngdon), Wilts, p. 540.

Claret Hall, Essex, near Clare, Suff., g. 144 (2).

Clarke. See Clerk.

Clarre, Steph., g. 942 (118).

Claryngdon. See Clarendon.

Clatford (Clateford), Suss., g. 436 (72).

Clatworthe, Robt., 21.

Claude, Captain, French naval officer, 289 (p. 120).

Claughton (Clayghton), Lanc., p. 565.

Clave, Elena, p. 545.

Clavering, Essex, p. 560.

Claveringbury, Essex, g. 436 (36).

Claverley (Clarelye), Salop, 360.

Claybroke, Nic., p. 553.

Claydon (Cleidon), Bucks, letters dated at, 708.

Claydon, East- (Estclaydon), Bucks, g. 282 (109).

Claydon St. Botolph (Botelclaydon), Bucks, g. 282 (109).

Claydon (Cleydon) or Steeple Claydon, Bucks, g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Claydon, John, p. 546.

Claye, Peter, p. 550.

Clayghton. See Claughton.

Clayhanger (Cleyhanger), Soms., g. 436 (32).

Clayton Griffith, Staff., near Burton-on-Trent, g. 611 (5).

Clayton (Claiton) le Moors, Lanc., g. 611 (13).

Clayton, Joan, p. 545.

-, (Cleyton), John, master of St. John's hospital in Seven Oaks, p. 555.

-, Robt., 609 (p. 276).

-, Wm., g. 611 (11).

Cleaves. See Cleves.

Cledder, Robt., 609 (p. 275).

Cleeve (Clyve) and Old Cleeve, Soms., abbey (supp.) of, g. 282 (106).

Cleeve (Cleve), Ric., 81:—p. 551.

Cleffes. See Cleves.

Cleget, John, 609 (p. 276).

Cleidon. See Claydon.

Clement VII., Pope (1523–34. Julius de Medici), 244, 581–2, 1030 (18 p. 529)

Clement, —, 241.

-, John, p. 545.

-, Nic., 452.

-, Sir Ric., 498 iii. c. 79.

-, Thos., p. 543.

-, Wm., master carpenter, g. 436 (6).

Clementhorpe. See under York.

Clenchwarton, Norf., p. 560.

Clerc. See Clerk.

Clere, Adam, g. 282 (107).

-, Sir John, 14.

Clergy, the (priests, spiritualty), 37, 143, 175, 183, 248 (p. 90), 330, 485, 498 (11, 15, 23, 29), 537 (p. 240), 587, 645, 697, 730, 804 (p. 378), 821, 836, 844, 860, 865, 870 (p. 436), 872, 881, 890, 908–9, 930, 932:—g. 942 (26); see also Convocation, bishops.

-, -, incontinence of priests (Act), 498 (11).

Clerk, —, 384.

-, Mr., town clerk of Calais, 655.

-, Barnaby, g. 733 (15).

-, (Clarke), Chr., p. 561.

-, (Clarke), Eliz., p. 550.

-, (Clark), Gilbert, 609.

-, (Clarke), Jocosa, p. 546.

-, John. See Bath and Wells, bp. of.

-, Sir John, g. 282 (7).

-, John, pp. 542, 544, 550:—g. 733 (54).

-, Marg., p. 552.

-, (Clarke), Philip, 725.

-, (Clercke), Ric., 884.

-, Robt., 1029 (21):—p. 551.

-, Steph., p. 553.

-, Thos., brother of the bp. of Bath, 167.

-, -, letter from, 167,

-, Thos., abbot of St. Werburgh's, Chester, 87.

-, (Clarke), Thos., p. 547:—g. 282 (9), 611 (29), 942 (13, 14).

-, (Clerc), Wm., sergeant at arms, g. 733 (49).

-, (Clarke), Wm., pp. 549, 551, 561:—g. 436 (9).

Clerkenwell. See under London.

Clerk Dummont. See Ainsley, H.

Clerkeson or Clerkson, John, p. 555.

-, Ric., master of St. John's hospital in Wells, p. 543.

-, Wm., p. 551.

Clestum, Elizeus, p. 545.

Cleve. See Cleeve; also Clive.

Clevedon, Soms., 756.

Cleveland, Yorks., p. 559.

Cleveland, archdeacon of. See Langrishe, J.

Cleveley (Clyveley), Oxon, g. 831 (14).

Cleverton alias Cleverdon, in Lea, Wilts, g. 831 (74).

Cleves (duchy and town) and the Clevois (Cleffes), 18, 22, 76, 238, 242–3, 304, 309, 412, 480, 482–3, 508, 699, 794, 823, 850 (3), 861 (2), 876, 898, 908, 970:—g. 144 (2).

-, letters dated at, 389, 960, 970.

Cleves, Amelia of, youngest sister of the Duke, 302, 389.

Cleves, Anne of. See Anne.

Cleves, John duke of (died 6 Feb. 1539), 861 (2).

Cleves, William duke of, and (in right of his mother) of Juliers and Berg, claimant of the duchy of Gueldres, brother of Anne of Cleves, 68, 79, 91, 123, 132, 143, 145 (p. 55), 155–6, 161, 169, 171, 178, 187–8, 202, 217, 233, 242–3, 267, 285, 289 (p. 120), 302, 304 (p. 123), 309–10, 315, 320, 334, 337, 344 (p, 138), 356–7, 368, 389, 401, 425, 448, 460, 462–3, 482–3, 508 (p. 227), 511, 519, 530 (pp. 236–7), 533, 543, 560, 566–7, 574, 581–3, 589, 596–7, 626, 642 (1, 2), 651, 662, 665, 674, 677–8, 699, 735, 781 (1, 2), 797, 800–1, 807, 812, 822–3, 828, 838, 842, 847, 850, 861 (2), 864, 870, 874, 879–80, 883, 888, 890, 898, 901, 903–6, 908, 916, 925 (p. 457), 932, 943, 949, 951, 956, 960, 968, 970, 976, 981, 986, 990–1, 1016.—g. 144 (2).

-, -, commission of, 800.

-, -, letters to, 79, 898, 925 (p. 457).

-, -, his chancellor. See Ghogreve; also Hoghestein.

-, -, his council, 242, 337, 482–3, 519, 530 (p. 237), 581, 596, 735, 908.

-, -, his letter to the towns of Flanders, 169.

-, -, his marshal. See Wachtendonck, Herman a.

-, -, his secretary. See Hoengen, J. ab.

-, -, his vice-chancellor. See Olisleger, H.

-, -, English ambassador with. See Wotton, N.

-, -, French ambassador to, 879.

-, -, his league with France, 960.

-, -, articles devised for his signature, 242 (p. 86), 243, 519.

-, -, form for his consent to his sister's divorce, 943.

-, -, proposed marriage of:—
-, with the duchess of Milan, 304 (p. 123), 320, 334, 337, 356 bis, 357, 368, 511, 533, 567, 574, 626, 735, 781.
-, with king Ferdinand's daughter, 315, 483.
-, in France with Jeanne d'Albret, 781 (1, 2), 800–1, 828, 838, 842, 847, 870, 879–80, 888, 890, 903–5, 932, 949, 968, 981.

Cleves, Mary duchess dowager of, mother of the preceding, 242–3, 309, 581, 596, 925 (p. 457).

Clevynge, Joan, p. 552.

Clewyns. See Clowens.

Cleybroke, Thos., p. 553.

Cleydon. See Claydon.

Cleyhanger. See Clayhanger.

Clidas, lord Leonard de. See Grey.

Cliffe, Kent, p. 560:—g. 436 (61).

Cliffe Pypard, Wilts, g. 613 (20).

Cliffe, John, p. 544.

-, Robt., p. 554.

-, Wm., p. 549.

Clifford, Heref., g. 282 (28).

-, priory (supp.) of, p. 556.

Clifford, Henry lord, son of the earl of Cumberland, 14 (pp. 4, 5).

Clifford, Sir Thomas, captain of Berwick (resigned 1538), 196:—g. 612 (14).

Clifford, Geo., p. 566.

-, Jas., 14 (p. 6), 406:—g. 282 (35).

-, John, g. 436 (25).

-, Thos., the bastard, 465 ii.

-, Wm., 609 (p. 276):—g. 436 (25).

Clifton, Beds, g. 613 (1).

Clifton (Cliften), Worc., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Clifton, Yorks., g. 613 (19).

Clifton Maubank, Dors., near Bradford Abbas, g. 436 (54), 733 (29).

Clifton upon Teme (Tende), Worc., g. 831 (64).

Clifton, Eliz., p. 553.

-, Gamaliel, dean of Hereford, 861, 1029 (41–2).

-, Gamelian, clk., g. 942 (39).

-, Sir Gervaise, pp. 557–8.

-, Gervaise, g. 282 (21), 612 (14).

-, Robt., p. 552.

-, Thos., 609 (p. 275).

Climping, Suss., 498 (37).

Climsland (Clymeslond) Prior, Cornw., 498 (34).

Clinkedager, Hans, 599 (2).

Clinte, Thos., p. 652.

Clinton, Dors., g. 611 (47).

Clinton, Sir Edw. lord, otherwise Sir E. Fenys lord Clinton and Saye, 14 (p. 5), 553, 617, 900:—g. 282 (19), 942 (12).

Clinton, Elizabeth lady, wife of the preceding, widow of lord Tailboys, mother or Henry Fitzroy duke of Richmond, 21.

Clinton, Mrs., at Calais, 1030 (65).

-, Bridget, p. 549.

-, Steph., 61.

-, Thos., 61.

Clitheroe (Clyderhowe), Lanc., g. 611 (13).

Clitheroo, Eliz., p. 553.

Clive (Cleve), Salop, p. 566.

Cloce, Eliz., p. 547.

Cloffyld. See Clovield

Clokmaker, Robt., g. 282 (121).

Clonard abbey, co. Meath, abbot of, 355.

Clonkyle (Clonkeyll), in Ireland, captain of. See O'Reilly.

Clonmell, co. Tipperary, 672.

Clonne park, co. Glamorgan, g. 831 (27).

Clonynyll, in King's County, lord of. See O'Connor.

Clopham (Clophame), Beds, g. 613 (1).

Clopton. See Clapton.

Clopton Hull, Suff., g. 436 (71), 733 (31).

Clopton, Fras., p. 560.

Closby, John, g. 942 (118).

Close, Edw., 609 (p. 276).

Closeworth alias Clottysworth, near Stamford, g. 612 (15).

Cloth, 426, 622, 969, 1025, 1030 (21, 36).

-, export of, 598, 1029 (40).

Clothall, Herts, g. 831 (45, 49).

Clotsall, John, 118.—p. 550.

Clottysworth. See Closeworth.

Clovield (Cloffyld), Kath., p. 545.

Clovyle (Clovil), Fras., 14 (p. 6).

Clowens or Clewyns, Cornw., letters dated at, 1030 (56–8).

Clyderhowe. See Clitheroe.

Clyve abbey. See Cleeve.

Clyveley. See Cleveley.

Coal or sea-coal, 549:—pp. 560, 564, 566:—g. 831 (62).

Coalbrook (Caldebroke), Salop, g. 942 (35).

Coates (Cotes), Linc., g. 733 (44), 942 (118).

Cobham, Surr., 311, 633.

-, letter dated at, 311.

Cobham (Chobham), Sir George Broke lord, 217, 474, 500, 560, 850 (1, 10), 860 (p. 430), 861 (2), 970:—p. 567:—g. 611 (28), 1027 (37).

-, -, deposition by, 850 (10), 861 (2, 3).

-, -, signature of, 474.

-, -, his two sons, 217.

Cobham, Anne, widow, g. 733 (55).

-, Sir Edw., 323.

-, -, his bulwark, 323.

Cobylston. See Coplestone.

Cochlæus, Johannes, canon of Breslau, 132, 798.

-, -, letter from, 132.

-, -, opinion on the Augsburg articles, 797.

Cocke, Robt., 153.

Cocke Lord's barge, 665.

Cockerell, Edw., p. 555.

Cockersand (Cokersand) abbey (supp.), Lanc., near Cockerham, pp. 557, 565.

Cockes. See Cox.

Cockington (Cokkyngton), Devon, p. 557.

Cockson, Geo., g. 942 (59).

Cockwell, Ric., g. 831 (87).

Cockys. See Cox.

Codde, Robt., master of St. Giles's hospital at Norwich, signature of, 506.

Coddebeck. See Caudebec.

Coddington. See Cuddington.

Coddrington, John, B. D., 139 ii.

-, John, p. 551.

Codington, Ric., 498 (36).

Codnor, Derb. See Grey of Codnor.

Codrington, Dorothy, 840:—p. 548.

Cogan, near Cardiff, 146.

Cogan, Marg., 757.

-, -, her sister, 757.

-, Robt., p. 545.

Cogen, John, p. 542.

Coggeshall (Coggishall), Essex, priory (supp.) of, 1029 (9):—g. 611 (34).

Coggs (Cogges), Oxon, 498 iii. c. 73:—g. 942 (43).

Cofferer, Mr. See Pekham, E.

Coffin, Sir Wm., dec., 277.

Coffley (Cuffeley), Herts, g. 232 (108).

Coins and coinage (see also Henry VIII., Mint), clipping of, 217, 334 (p. 135).

-, -, a rich jeweller executed for, 334 (p. 135).

Cok, Anne, g. 612 (6).

-, John, g. 282 (61, 95–6), 612 (6).

Cokayne, Rog., p. 559.

-, -, Alice his wife, p. 559.

Cok Bankes. See Rutherford, G.

Cokborne, John, p. 547.

Coke, Mrs., 518.

-, Alan, alias Bertyn, clk., LL. D., g. 612 (18).

-, (Cok), Ant., 14 (p. 6):—g. 144 (1).

-, Evan, g. 436 (89).

-, Hen., p. 561:—g. 612 (2).

-, Hugh. See Cock.

-, John, p. 552.

-, Laur., p. 561.

-, Nic., g. 611 (25).

-, -, Agnes his wife, g. 611 (25).

-, Ric., g. 282 (124), 942 (14).

-, Thos., 406.

-, (Cooke), Wm., 604:—p. 543.

-, -, letter from, 604.

Cokebanke. See Rutherford, G.

Cokehill (now Cook Hill) nunnery, Worc., in Inkberrow parish, 110:—p. 550.

-, pension list, 110:—p. 550.

-, prioress. See Hughes, Eliz.

Cokenage, Staff. (near Trentham?), g. 611 (5).

Coker, Nic, g. 942 (99), 1027 (28).

-, Robt., 14 (p. 6):—g. 831 (34).

Cokerance, John, p. 544.

Cokerell, Joan, g. 613 (22).

Cokersand. See Cockersand.

Cokesey, Wm., g. 282 (7).

Cokeson (Cookson), John, 609 (p. 276), 1031 (3).

-, Ric., spear of Calais, 609 (p. 276).

Coketwyke, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Cokewold. See Coxwold.

Cokhill, Kath., p. 553.

Cokke, Wm., g. 942 (34).

Cokkes. See Cox.

Cokkeswell. See Coxwell.

Cokks. See Cox.

Cokkyngton. See Cockington.

Cokkysfen, Norf., g. 942 (18).

Cokyn, Agnes, p. 553.

Colbroke. See Colnbrook.

Colchester, Essex, g. 282 (47), 613 (18)

-, letter dated at, 416.

-, castle, g. 144 (20).

-, gaol of, 416.

-, Magdalene hospital, g. 611 (8 p. 285).

-, St. John's abbey (supp.), 939 (p. 465):—g. 611 (1, 8).

-, -, abbot. See Marshall, T.

Colchester, archdeacon of. See Curwen, R.

Colchester, bp. of. See More, Wm.

Colchester Hall, near Takeley, Essex, g. 611 (1), 733 (24).

Colchett, Edm., g. 613 (44).

Colcotts. See Cold Coats.

Cold Coats (Colcotts), Lanc., g. 611 (13).

Coldenewenton, Glouc. (qu. Newington Bagpath?), g. 282 (57).

Coldham, in Risely, Beds, g. 831 (16).

Coldham (Caldham), Kent, near Folkstone, p. 560.

Coldrop (Colthrop), Berks, near Thatcham, g. 282 (44, 88).

Coldstream (Caldstreme), in Scotland, on the Tweed, 32, 94, 96, 114, 160, 580.

-, agreement made between commissioners at (21 Jan. 1540), 94, 284.

-, nunnery, prioress of, 32.

-, -, -, her chaplain, 32.

Coldwell, Robt., g. 436 (45).

-, Wm., 587.

Cole (Coole), Bernard, p. 544.

-, Jas., p. 543.

-,Ric., 609 (p. 276 bis).

-, Robt., 61.

-, Thos., p. 546.

Coleherst. See Colthurst.

Colelane. See Coole Lane.

Colemore (Culmere), Hants, 20 (2).

Colen. See Cologne.

Colerigge, John, g. 831 (84).

Coleshill (Colleshull), Berks, 1029 (61):—p. 543.

Coleworth. See Colworth.

Colewyk. See Colwick.

Coley (Colley), Berks, g. 436 (34).

Coley, letter dated at, 711.

Coley, —, capper, 1030 (41).

Colfax, John, p. 547.

Coligni, Odet de, of Châtillon (Catillion), Cardinal, abp. of Toulouse, bp. of Beauvais, 543 (p. 246).

Coll under the Candlestick, 849 (p. 420).

Colle, Edm., g. 942 (74).

Colleges, 716.

Colles, —, of the Privy Chamber, 445.

Colleshull. See Coleshill.

Colley. See Coley.

Colley, Ant., 14 (p. 6).

Collier, —, 1030 (4? “Caullier”).

-, John, p. 552.

Collincourt, M. de, 29.

Collingham, Long-, Notts, g. 282 (10).

Collingthwate, Notts, g. 942 (70).

Collingwood (Colyngwood), Robt., 196:—g. 612 (14).

Collins, John, lord Montague's chaplain (executed in 1538), 939 (p. 465).

Collpottes, Robt., p. 551.

Collumpton (Columpton), Devon, g. 436 (32).

Collyweston, Ntht., g. 942 (46).

-, letter dated at, 579.

Colman, Alice, p. 546.

-, John, master of the Gaunts hospital in Bristol, 139 iii.:—p. 549.

-, John, p. 549:—g. 611 (26).

-, Kath., g. 611 (26).

-, Thos., g. 611 (26).

Colnbrook (Colbroke), Bucks, 1029 (68).

Colne, the Essex river, 445.

Colne Wakes (Colnewake), Essex, g. 436 (7), 733 (47).

-, wake mill, g. 733 (47).

Colney, Herts, g. 733 (42).

Cologne (Colonia), 143, 289 (p. 120).

-, letter dated at, 666.

Cologne (Coloyn, Colen), Herman von Weide, abp. of, Elector, 596, 673, 742, 781 (2), 797, 814.

Colonna, Stefano, 591.

-, Vittoria. See Pescara.

Colopp, Edm., 806.

-, John, 806.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 806.

Coloyn. See Cologne.

Colsell, co. Flint, g. 613 (29).

Colson. See Colston.

Colson, Wm., p. 551.

Colston, Norf. (qu. Coston?), g. 942 (43 p. 471).

Colston (Colson) Bassett, Notts, g. 611 (44).

Colte, John, p. 554.

-, Marg., p. 552.

-, (Coult), Robt., merchant, bankruptcy of, 123–4, 151, 171.

Coltehirste. See Colthurst.

Colthrop. See Coldrop.

Colthurst (Coltehirste, Coleherst), Matth., p. 540:—g. 282 (70), 942 (72).

Colton, Yorks., p. 563.

Colton, Hugh, 217, 609 (p. 275).

-, -, his ship wrecked, 1030 (21, 32).

Columblade, Yorks., p. 568.

Columpton. See Collumpton.

Colvyle, Geoff., g. 282 (22).

-, Godfrey, g. 942 (12).

Colwell, Ric., g. 831 (17).

Colwick (Colewyk), Ntht., g. 733 (66).

Colwick, Nether- (Nethercolwike), Notts, g. 831 (22).

Colworth (Coleworth), Suss., 498 (37).

Colyer, Joan, p. 551.

-, Ralph, 552.

Colyn, Thos., g. 611 (25).

Colyngwood. See Collingwood.

Colyns, John, p. 556.

Colyton (Cullyton), Devon, g. 436 (60).

Combe manor, Kent, 498 iii. c. 77.

Combe St. Nicholas, Devon, g. 831 (71).

Comberford, Dorothy, p. 547.

Combermere abbey (supp.), Chesh., pp. 539, 558, 562.

Comberton, Camb., g. 613 (1).

Combes, John, 695.

-, Ric., g. 733 (43),

-, Thos., of Calais, 996–7.

Combs (Combes), Suff., p. 564.

Comden or Comeden, Kent, g. 831 (44).

Comebenewell. See Coombe.

Comeden. See Comden.

Comehire. See Cwm-Hir.

Comendador Mayor. See Covos.

Comendadors, dispensation for, 591.

Commissions:—
-, for Calais, g. 436 (30).
-, gaol delivery, g. 144 (20), 282 (3, 22, 27, 67, 95), 613 (27), 831 (29, 57), 942 (11, 20), 1027 (37–8, 44).
-, necessaries for the King' works, g. 611 (42).
-, peace. See under counties.
-, -, for the circuits, g. 282 (4–7), 612 (12–14).
-, sale of Crown lands, g. 436 (38).
-, for inquisitions, g. 733 (8, 41), 831 (39, 41), 942 (50, 57, 68, 74, 106, 115), 1027 (45).
-, for the Household, g. 1027 (7).
-, for “Science of Defence,” g. 942 (95).
-, unauthorised, 498 (60).
-, of Sewers, g. 144 (1).
-, under the Six Articles, 498 (15).

Common Pleas, chirographer of, 690.

-, prothonotaries, 690.

Communion in both kinds (“whole sacrament”), 310.

Comnor. See Cumnor.

“Comperta compertorum,” the, 280 (2).

Compton, Suss., g. 436 (72).

Compton, alias C. Basset, Wilts, g. 144(2 p. 52).

Compton, Long- (Longcompton). Warw., g. 282 (109), 436 (2).

Compton, John, 252.

-, Ric., 49:—p. 553.

-, (Cumpton), Rog., 49:—p. 553.

-, Thos., 498 (36).

Compyne. See Coombe Pyne.

Conches (Concio), in Normandy, letter dated at, 544.

Coneweye. See Conway.

Conies, Stealing of (Act), 498 (6).

Coningar, beside Winchester, g. 613 (2).

Coningsby (Conysby), Linc., g. 942 (99).

Coningsby (Conyngesby), John, g. 282 (61, 95–6).

-, (Conysby), Sir Wm., 14.

-, Wm., serjeant at law, justice (5 July 1540), 289 (p. 120), 322:—g. 942 (24).

Coniston (Conystone), Cold-, Yorks., 555.

Conjurations, 1006 (p. 499).

Conjuring, 498 (59).

Connaught, in Ireland, 815, 830 (pp. 398, 401).

Connington, Hunts, g. 942 (19).

Conquest, Edm., p. 567.

Consistory. See Cardinals.

Constable, the. See Montmorency.

Constable, Eleanor, p. 552.

-, Sir John, of Holderness, g. 612 (14).

-, John, g. 282 (23).

-, Sir Marm., jun., g. 733 (67).

-, Sir Marm., sen., of the Council of the North, 77, 131, 361, 428, 1029 (9):—g. 282 (21), 612 (12, 14), 942 (41b).

-, -, letter from, 77.

-, -, signature of, 131, 361, 428.

-, Sir Robert (executed in 1537), 939, 958:—g. 733 (38).

-, Thos., son of Sir Robt., 958.

-, Wm., son of Sir Robt., 958.

Constables, the Yorkshire family, 1029 (9).

Constance, bp. of. See Lunden, J., abp. of.

Constance, Council of (1414 to 1418), 714.

Constantinople, 46, 104, 315, 462, 522, 577, 582, 762, 1030 (18 p. 529):—App. 2.

Contarini, Gaspar, cardinal, deputed legate to the diet at Spires, 78, 132, 204, 397, 564, 712, 715, 808, 812, 814:—App. 4.

-, -, letter to, 132.

Conuey. See Conway.

Convocation, 417, 663, 845, 860–1, 921:—g. 942 (26).

-, proceedings of the session, 921.

-, prolocutor. See Gwent, R.

-, prolocutorship of, 438.

Conway (Conwey), N. Wales, 328 (2):—g. 831 (76).

-, abbey (supp.) of, p. 565 bis:—g. 831 (76).

Conway (Conuey, Coneweye), Mr., 367, 507 (p. 224).

-, Ed., 14 (p. 6).

-, (Conwaie), Hen., 609:—g. 613 (40).

-, Sir Hugh, treasurer of Calais (9 Oct. 1509 to 6 Oct. 1517), 608, 729.

Conyas. See Conyers.

Conyers, Chr. lord, g. 612 (14).

Conyers, lord, heirs of, 555.

Conyers, Cecily, widow of Robert, g. 144 (21).

-, Chr., g. 144 (21).

-, George, g. 612 (14), 942 (41b).

-, Sir Geo., g. 942 (41b).

-, (Conyere, Conyas, Conyars), Marg., 840:—pp. 547—8.

-, Robt., g. 144 (21).

Conyn, Pierre, 686.

Conysby. See Coningsby.

Cooke. See Coke.

Cooke, —, his complaint against the bp. of Cork, 994.

-, Anne, p. 552.

-, Dorothy, p. 544.

-, (Coke), Hugh, alias Farringdon, abbot of Reading (executed 1539), 259, 269, 383, 498 (37), 939 (p. 465):—g. 282 (24–6, 44–5, 63, 81, 88, 113–5, 117, 125), 436 (21, 29, 34), 733 (39), 942 (34, 49, 78, 88).

-, Hugh, p. 547.

-, John, 153, 587, 749 (2).

-, Laur., prior of Doncaster (attainted and executed in 1540), 498 (i. 57, ii. c. 49), 953.

-, Marg., p. 545.

-, Ralph, p. 548.

-, Ric., p. 562.

-, Thos., pp. 546, 549.

-, Wm., 21:—p. 548.

-, W., a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

Cookham, Berks, 498 (35).

Cookson. See Cokeson.

Cook Hill. See Cokehill.

Coole. See Cole.

Coole Lane (Colelane), Chesh., p. 562.

Coombe or Combenewell, Surr., near Kingston on Thames, p. 565.

Coombe Pyne (Compyne), Devon, 498 iii. c. 79.

Coope. See Cope.

Cooper, Hen., g. 942 (99).

-, Philip, g. 613 (11, 12).

Cootes. See Cotes.

Cootes, Ralph, p. 552.

-, Wm. 550.

Cootys, Edm., p. 550.

Copcott, Frideswide, p. 554.

Copdok, Suff., g. 282 (15).

Cope (Coope), Ant., 14 (p. 6), 1016.

-, Edm., 64.

-, John, 64:—g. 831 (85), 942 (23).

Copeleye. See Copley.

Copellam, Garrett, goldsmith, 1029 (41).

Copenhagen, 376–7.

Coper. See Cowper.

Coper, John, g. 733 (36).

Copinger, John, 603:—g. 912 (22).

-, -, letter from, 603.

Copledyke (Cowpledike), Mrs. 21.

-, Sir John, g. 282 (19), 611 (9).

-, (Copyldyk), Sir Thos., of the Order of St. John, 521.

-, -, letter to, 521.

Coplestone (Cobylston), Sabina, p. 544.

Copley (Copeleye), Eliz., pp. 543, 553.

-, Sir Wm., g. 282 (21), 612 (14).

Coplonde, Thos., 609.

Coppok, Thos., p. 556.

Coppyn, Anne, g. 613 (37).

-, Wm., pp. 556, 558:—g. 613 (37).

Copstone, Joan, p. 546.

Copwood, John, g. 282 (61).

Copyldyk. See Copledyke.

Coral, 809 (p. 383).

Corbeau. See Corbie.

Corbett, Edw., servant to Lord Lisle, 363–7, 478 (1, 2, 4, 5), 495, 498 (p. 217), 507, 539, 552, 697n, 728, 750 vi.

-, -, letters to, 364–7.

-, -, confession of, 507.

-, -, interrogatories for, 507 (2).

-, -, examination of, 539.

-, -, his servant. See Browne, J.

-, John, of Lee, g. 282 (7).

-, John, p. 550:—g. 942 (84).

-, -, Joan his wife, g. 942 (84).

-, Nic., p. 549.

Corbie (Corbeau), in France, 115.

-, letters dated at, 151–2.

Coren. See Curwen.

Corffelde, Wm., 111 (2):—p. 551.

Corfu (Corfou), one of the Ionian Islands, 306.

Cork, in Ireland, 82, 455.

Cork, bp. of. See Tirrey, D.

Corn. See Grain.

Cornard Magna, Suff. and Essex, g. 613 (32).

Cornbury, Oxon, near Charlbury, p 567:—g. 436 (29).

Cornelys. See Hayes, C.

Cornelys, the King's locksmith, 809 (p. 383).

Cornelis, Dr., physician, 937.

-, Henry, 1030 (2).

Cornethwaite, Simon, 338.

Cornish cloth, 426.

Cornwall, 1030 (18, 57):—g. 436 (73).

-, commission of peace, g. 282 (52), 942 (41).

-, customs of, 426.

Cornwall, Duchy of, 498 (34), 504.

-, charters, &c., touching, 504.

Cornwall, duke of. See Edward, Prince.

Cornwall, archdeacon of. See Winter, T.

Cornwall or Cornewall, —, 492,

-, Geo., g. 942 (34).

-, Sir Ric. See Cromwell.

-, (Cornewell), Sir Thos., 498 iii. c. 75.

Corporate towns, 501.

Correvell. See Curry Revell.

Corscombe (Corsecombe), Dors., p. 562.

Corsham (Cosham), Wilts, g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Corter, John, p. 542.

Corton, Thos., alias Norman, q. v.

Corveser, Ralph, g. 282 (13).

-, Thos., abbot of Haughmond, p. 547.

Coryceos, 589.

Corymallet. See Curry Mallett.

Coryngton, Peter, g. 282 (52), 942 (41).

Cosby (Cosseybie), Leic., p. 564.

Coscombe (or Costome), near Hailes, Glouc., pp. 551, 565:—g. 1027 (2).

Cosen or Cosyn, Roger, 166.

Cosham. See Corsham.

Cosmerblyn. See Blean.

Cosmo, Duke. See Medici, C. de.

Cossam, Wilts, g. 942 (110).

Cosseybie. See Cosby.

Cossington (Cosyngton), Soms., p. 556.

Costedhall, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Costhall, Essex, g. 611 (8).

Coston, Norf. See Colston.

Costone. See Coscombe.

Cosyn. See Cosen.

Cosyn, Roger, g. 282 (38).

Cosyngton. See Cossington.

Cosyns, John, p. 545.

Cotenham, John, p. 550.

Cotes. See Coates.

Cotes or Cotys, Ant. g. 942 (88).

-, (Cootes), George, master of Balliol College, 443.

Cotgrave, Robt., 749 (2), 1031 (3).

Cotgreve, —, 1028.

Cotingham. See Cottingham.

Coton. See Cotton.

Coton (Cotton), Warw., in Tamworth parish, prebend of, g. 1027 (18).

Coton, Staff., g. 942 (42).

Cottes, Ralph, 28 (2).

Cottingham (Cotingham), Yorks., g. 831 (33).

Cottingwith, East- (Estcottingwyth), Yorks., p. 563.

Cottingwith, West-, Yorks., g. 611 (32).

Cotton, Warw. See Coton.

Cotton (Coton) or Cotton End, near Northampton, g. 942 (99, 109).

Cotton, —, 917.

-, Edm., servant to Sir T. Hennege, 967.

-, Geo., g. 436 (7,8).

-, Humph., p. 554.

-, John, g. 613 (45).

-, Marg., p. 547.

-, (Coton), Ric., g. 282 (35), 831 (47a), 942 (11).

Cotys, Sitha, p. 553.

Coughley, Salop, g. 942 (35).

Coulsdon (Cullesdon), Surr., 498 (36).

Coult. See Colte.

Council, General, 301, 344 (p. 138), 666 (p. 316), 721, 911, 924 (p. 456).

Council, the King's, and Privy Council, 14 (p. 5), 32, 56, 85, 95, 105, 128, 191, 252 ii., 298, 306, 406, 411 (2), 416, 426, 448 (p. 184), 459, 468, 473, 486, 489, 495 ii., 541, 546, 587, 601, 708 (2), 711, 721, 729, 747, 765, 770, 775, 784, 787, 791 (3), 794n, 801, 804 (pp. 377–8), 811, 815, 821, 823–4, 830n, 855–6, 872, 883, 888, 901–2, 908, 910, 925, 932, 948, 953 (p. 484), 954 (p. 485), 959, 976, 991, 1012, 1014, 1029 (49, 64), 1030 (18 p. 529):—App. 7:—g. 436 (56), 1027 (7).

-, -, letters from, 765, 775, 784, 995, 1012.

-, -, letters to, 32, 298, 721, 815, 910, 948, 959.

-, -, the Privy Council, list, 966.

-, -, -, proceedings, 966, 984, 986, 994, 996–7, 1004–6, 1008, 1011, 1016, 1018, 1021.

-, -, -, clerk. See Paget, Wm.

Councils General, authority of, 697.

Counsaille, Hugh, 609 (p. 276).

Couper. See Cowper.

Coupper, Robert, of Veere, 952.

Court, the, 135, 171, 181, 202, 216, 334, 358, 370, 422, 442, 508, 566, 605, 614, 716, 750 iv., 766, 848 (p. 419), 856, 901 (p. 447), 902, 925–6, 948, 976, 1011, 1029 (50, 52), 1030 (42, 65).

-, letters dated at, 215, 305, 518, 719, 1029 (59).

Courteman, Gilb., p. 549.

Courteney, Edw., son of Henry marquis of Exeter, prisoner in the Tower, 487, 498 (p. 217).

-, Sir Wm., dec., 1030 (18 p. 529).

Courtman, Gilb., 11.

Courtnaye, Gertrude. See Exeter, marchioness of.

Courtneyll, Wm., p. 546.

Coventry, g. 613 (41).

-, mayor of, g. 282 (4).

-, Cathedral priory (supp.) of, pp. 557 bis, 559 ter, 564:—g. 611 (26), 613 (41), 733 (12).

-, -, prior. See Camswell, T.

-, gaol, g. 144 (20).

-, preceptory of St. John, 522.

-, -, commander. See Sutton, Sir J.

-, St. Michael's parish, p. 559.

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

-, bpric. of, 424, 562.

Coventry, archdeacon of. See Blythe, J.

Coventry (Coventre), Ric., p. 550.

-, (Coventre), Robt., 102 (2):—pp. 549, 553.

-, Thos. 118:—p. 550.

Coverham abbey (supp.), Yorks., p. 556.

Coversley Grange, Chesh., p. 567.

Covert, J., 14 (p. 6).

-, Marg., 840:—p. 548.

Covos, Francisco de los, comendador mayor of Leon, 38 (p. 16), 656, 810, 929, 951.

-, -, letters from, 810, 929, 951.

-, -, letter to, 656.

Cowchey, Ric., 609 (p. 275).

Cowde Lyell. See Robson, Lyell.

Cowerd, Robt., p. 547.

Cowes (the Cowe, East Cowe, and West Cowe), in the Isle of Wight, bulwarks at, 322 (p. 131), 438 (2), 502 (2), 642 (2), 862.

Cowle, John, p. 544.

-, Ric., p. 562.

-, -, Katharine his wife, p. 562.

Cowley, Glouc., vicar of, 406–7.

Cowley Mill, in Sopwell, Herts, g. 282 (123).

Cowley, Robert, Master of the Rolls in Ireland, 74–5, 82–3, 199, 328, 342, 455, 594, 635–6, 672, 684, 775, 849, 912, 959 (1, 2).

-, -, letter from, 849.

-, -, letter to, 775.

-, -, signature of, 74–5, 82–3, 199, 328, 342, 455, 594, 635–6, 912, 959 (1, 2).

-, Walter, solicitor-general of Ireland, 142, 226–7, 328.

-, -, letters from, 226–7.

-, -, memorial by, 142, 328 (2).

Cowllpepor. See Culpeper.

Cownt Rollar (i.e., Comptroller). See Kingston, Sir W.

Cowper (Coper), —, silkwoman, 642.

-, Christabel, prioress of Marrick, p. 547.

-, Edm., g. 436 (25).

-, (Couper), Eliz., p. 551.

-, Mr. George, 698.

-, Hugh, p. 549.

-, (Couper), Marg., p. 551.

-, Nic., p. 552.

-, Stephen, letter from, 542.

-, Thos., 510.

-, Walter, p. 549.

-, Wm., 971:—p. 567.

Cowpledike. See Copledyke.

Cowton, East- (Estcowton), co. Richmond, g. 942 (45).

Cowykebury manor, Essex, g. 613 (38).

Cox (Cokks), Eleanor, g. 611 (46).

-, (Cokks), John, 806 (p. 380):—g. 611 (46).

-, Leonard, author of the Arte of Rhetoryke, letters from, 614, 706.

-, (Cockys), John, a member of Convocation, signature of, 861.

-, (Cockes), Marg., p. 543.

-, Ric., member of Convocation, signature of, 826 (11, 19, 20, 23), 861.

-, (Cokkes), Ric., 806.

-, (Cockes), Thos., 474, 1030 (3).

-, (Cockes), Wm., 475.

Coxson, Isabel, p. 554.

Coxwell (Cokkeswell) Magna, Berks, p. 561:—g. 436 (79).

Coxwell (Cokkeswell) Parva, Berks, g. 436 (79).

Coxwold (Cuckewold, Cukewolde, Cokewold), Yorks., pp. 563, 566:—g. 831 (84).

Coye, John, p. 545.

Crabland, Linc., g. 942 (99).

Crabtre, John, p. 545.

Cradocke, John, 609.

Crafford, Dors. See Tarrant Crawford.

Crafford. See Crayford.

Cragge, Yorks., p. 565.

Cragwode. See Tumbull of C.

Crakenthropp, Chr., 465 ii.

Craker, Wm., p. 549.

Crambe (Crambom), Yorks., p. 568.

Crambom. See Crambe.

Cramborne. See Cranborne.

Cramprings, 480, 862.

Cramuel. See Cromwell.

Cranborne (Cranebourne, Cramborne), Dors., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

-, priory of, cell to Tewkesbury, 49, 139 iv.:—p. 553.

-, -, prior. See Didcot, W.

Cranborne Alderholt (Cramborne Holder Holte), Dors., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Cranborne Hotwell (Cramborne Holwell), Dors., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Cranborne Wilkesworth, Dors., g. 144 (2 p. 52).

Cranborne (Craneborne), Thos., 49:—p. 553.

Cranbrook (Cranebroke), Kent, g. 613 (32), 942 (120).

Cranbrook (Cranebroke), John, 452.

-, (Cranebrok), W., alias Herring, q. v.

Crane, James, 196, 323.

-, John, B.A., 297.

-, Robt., 14 (p. 6).

-, Wm., g. 436 (10).

-, -, Marg. his wife, g. 436 (10).

Cranebourne. See Cranborne.

Cranebroke. See Cranbrook.

Crane's bulwark. See Gravesend.

Cranmer, Thomas, abp. of Canterbury, 1, 14, 18, 31, 38, 137, 254, 338, 378, 424, 460, 464, 474, 486, 498 (36), 500, 534n, 584, 722, 737, 758, 767, 770, 823–4, 826 (3, 19, 21, 23, 28), 850 (1, 3), 860, 861 (1, 2), 921, 966:—g. 611 (15), 613 (32), 831 (47b), 942 (26, 97).

-, -, letters from, 137, 338, 464, 770.

-, -, deposition of, 850 (3), 861 (2, 3).

-, -, handwriting of, 826 (3, 19, 28).

-, -, signature of, 474, 826 (3, 12, 21), 861.

Cranmer, Edm., archd. of Canterbury, 860–1, 921.

-, -, signature of, 861.

Crase, John, 391 (3).

Craspot, 937.

Craven, Yorks., p. 561.

Crawcombe. See Crowcombe.

Crawdon. See Croydon.

Crawe, Wm., p. 552.

Crawford (Crayford) Magna, Dors., p. 563.

Crawmere, Eliz., p. 551.

Crawshawe, John, prior of Old Malton, p. 552.

Crayer (Creyer), Philip, 609 (p. 275), 610.

Crayford (Creyforde), Kent, g. 611 (25).

Crayford Magna. See Crawford.

-, (Crafford), Guy, 14 (p. 6):—g. 144 (1), 282 (20), 436 (10).

-, (Craiforde, Crafforde), Dr. John, 321–2, 826 (20, 23), 861.

-, -, signature of, 861.

-, (Crafford), Margery, 93 (2):—p. 551.

Creche. See Creech.

Crede, Ibotta, p. 544.

Creech (Cryche, Creche, Dors., g. 144 (2 p. 52), 436 (54), 733 (29).

Creeting (Crettynge), Suff., p. 564.

Creik, Isabel, p. 553.

Creithorn, Ellen, p. 552.

Creke (Creyke), Robt., g. 612 (14).

Crekelade. See Cricklade.

Creme, John, g. 436 (75).

Crepynge Mill, Suff., p. 564.

Crequi, Ph. de, sieur de Bernieulles, letter from, 1030 (19).

Cressegge, John, alias Bailey, q. v.

-, Wm., 102 (2):—p. 553.

Cressenor, Eliz., prioress quondam of Dartford, p. 545.

Cressett, Mary, p. 543.

Cressey, Juliana, p. 543.

Cressingham Parva, Norf., g. 611 (10).

Cressy, —, notary, 1029 (59).

Creting, Walter, archd. of Bath, 861.

Crettynge. See Creeting.

Crewkerne (Crokehorne), Soms., g. 831 (68).

Creyer. See Crayer.

Creyforde. See Crayford.

Creyke. See Creke.

Creyse, John, p. 555.

-, Wm., 92:—p. 548.

Cribbe, John, p. 542.

Criche, Hen., 21.

Crichton, Wm., lord of Sanquhar, 7, 8.

Cricklade (Crekelade), Wilts, g. 144 (2 p. 52? “Brekelade”), 942 (69).
-, ritchell Long- (Longekyrchell), Dors., 95.

Croche or Crutche, Wm., 167, 689.

Crode, Wm., p. 544.

Crodeham, Essex, g. 436 (16).

Croft, Linc., St. Helen's chantry, 601.

Crofte, Alice, p. 547.

-, (Crofts), Sir Edw., of the Welsh Council, 510:—g. 282 (7. 28, 34–5), 733 (63), 831 (5), 942 (39).

-, -, letter from, 510.

-, George. See Croftes.

-, Thos., 318.

Croftes or Croft, George, chancellor of Chichester Cathedral (executed in 1538), 939.

-, John, g. 436 (75).

Crofthobe, Cornw., 498 (34).

Crofton, Yorks., g. 436 (62).

Crofton, Wm., p. 540.

-, -, Blanche, his wife, p. 540.

Croidon. See Croydon.

Croke, John, g. 282 (109), 436 (2, 3, 37), 831 (47b).

Crokeham. See Crookham.

Crokehorne, in Farlington, Hants, g. 831 (87).

Crokehorne, Soms. See Crewkerne.

Croker, John, p. 542.

Crokesden. See Croxden.

Crokhey, Wm., g. 942 (118).

Crome (Croms), Dr. Edw., parson of St. Mary Aldermary, 861.

-, -, signature of, 861.

Cromer, Dr. Nich., King's physician, 138.

-, Walter, M.D., King's physician, p. 539.

Cromo. See Crome.

Cromwell, Gregory, son of Thomas, 14, 324, 414, 824, 940.

-, -, letter to, 414.

-, -, his children, 824.

-, -, his wife, lady Ughtred (Elizabeth, sister of queen Jane Seymour and widow of Sir Ant. Ughtred), 824, 940.

-, -, -, letter from, 940.

Cromwell (Crumwell), Richard or Sir Richard, alias Williams, nephew of Thomas, 14 (p. 5), 153, 262, 617 (“Cornwall”), 900, 1029 (7, 24):—g. 282 (6), 436 (20), 831 (69, 83).

Cromwell (Cramvel, Cramuel), Thomas lord, lord Privy Seal, earl of Essex (18 April 1540), executed (29 July 1540), letters from, 16, 35, 90, 108, 166 ii., 185, 252, 285, 305, 332–3, 391, 469, 524, 662, 717, 776, 776, 823–4, 861 (2, 3), 910.

-, -, letters to, 19, 25–7, 30, 32, 36, 43, 46–7, 50, 52, 63–8, 70–73, 75, 77, 83, 96, 91, 97, 104–5, 113–15, 119, 127–9, 158, 162–3, 167, 170, 174, 182–4, 186, 188, 190, 197, 200, 203, 206–7, 212, 218–9, 224–7, 237, 240–1, 243, 249, 254–5, 262, 268, 272–3, 280, 284, 286, 292, 296–7, 302, 308, 311, 314, 317–18, 324–6, 328–30, 335–6, 338–40, 342, 346–9, 351, 353–5, 361–2, 369, 382, 385–9, 392, 395, 398, 402–3, 405–9, 412, 415–18, 422–3, 426–8, 433–4, 442–4, 447–9, 452 (3), 461–2, 464–5, 468, 472, 475–7, 480, 483, 494, 505–6, 508, 510, 514–16, 518, 525–6, 531, 538, 542–3, 545–6, 551, 557–9, 562, 574, 579, 581, 583, 585, 588, 594–5, 597, 601–2, 604–7, 614, 618, 622, 627–8, 630, 636, 643, 648–9, 654–5, 658–9, 661, 664, 666, 668, 671, 681, 683–4, 690, 692–3, 696, 702, 705, 708, 710–711, 716, 719, 724–5, 738, 740–1, 747, 749, 754–5, 758, 778, 787, 1028–9:—App. 2.

-, -, other references, 1, 14 (p. 5), 33, 38 (pp. 14, 16, 17), 57, 76, 85, 138, 142–3, 154, 166, 172, 179 (? “il Cresima”), 181, 189, 195, 209, 217, 230, 264, 281, 291, 298, 303, 306, 320, 337, 352, 371, 378 (1, 2), 390, 401, 410, 429, 432, 445, 450, 459, 463, 481, 484, 486, 489, 491, 498 (i. 36, 60, ii. c. 49), 499 (5, 6), 500, 530, 535, 537 (pp. 239–40), 540–1, 544 (p. 247), 549–50, 560 (1, 3), 561, 570, 603, 633–4, 644, 652, 678, 682, 687, 699, 707 i., ii., 721, 722–3, 726, 730, 735, 737, 751, 765–7, 770, 781 (2 n), 785–6, 792, 794–5, 801, 803–4, 809 (p. 383), 811–13, 816–17, 821–2, 825, 830 (pp. 397 n, 398–9), 841–2, 847, 850 (1, 4, 5, 7, 11), 861 (2), 862, 870, 876, 890, 902 (p. 448), 906, 911, 916 (p. 454), 917, 926, 929, 938, 939 (p. 465), 940, 953, 967, 981–2, 985, 996, 1003, 1029 passim, 1030 (1, 14, 40):—App. 6, 7:—pp. 560, 566:—g. 282, (8, 9, 19–21, 33–5, 52, 61, 68, 95–6), 436 (38, 41), 611 (1, 8, 37–8), 612 (14), 733 (28), 942 (25, 111, 113, 120), 1027 (1, 3, 12, 16, 22, 30, 41–3).

-, -, handwriting of, 322, 438, 598, 615, 730, 1029 (1, 2, 3).

-, -, signature of, 378 (1, 2), 393 (2), 481, 822 (2).

-, -, attainder of, 498 (60), 499 (5, 6).

-, -, his remembrances. See Remembrances.

-, -, creation as earl of Essex, 541:—g. 611 (37).

-, -, -, as Great Chamberlain of England, g. 611 (38).

-, -, his steward, 352 (? “Mr. Stuarde”), 1029 (55).

-, -, his “style,” 541.

-, -, a book of his fall, 812.

-, -, questions to be asked of, 822.

-, -, his goods, 917, 967, 1029 (6).

-, -, State papers in his keeping, 938.

-, -, “Cromwell papers,” 1029.

Cromwell, lady, 21.

-, John, 1029 (19).

-, -, Joan his wife, 1029 (19).

Crooke, Thos., g. 144 (6).

Crookham (Crokeham), Berks, g. 282 (44, 88), 512 (1), 942 (54).

Cropthorne, John, 81:—p. 551.

Crosby, John, 1031 (2, 3).

-, (Crossebye), Ric., p. 552:—g. 831 (84).

Croser. See Crozier.

Croshels, in Tynedale, 96 (2).

Crosse, John, 452 bis.

Crossebye. See Crosby.

Crosseley, John, p. 551.

Crosseman, Thos., g. 611 (12).

Crosser. See Crozier.

Crossethwayte. See Crosthwaite.

Crosthwaite (Crossethwayte, Crosthuate), Cumb., g. 831 (53), 942 (27–8).

Croucheston, Wilts, p. 540.

Croule. See Crowle.

Crowcheley. See Crucheley.

Crowcombe (Crawcombe) Bere, Soms., g. 282 (109).

Crowcombe (Crawcombe) Studley, Soms., g. 282 (109).

Crowland (Croylande), Linc., abbey (supp.) of, p. 550:—g. 144 (22), 942 (46).

-, -, abbot. See Bridges, J.

-, -, pension list, p. 550.

Crowland or Croyland, Chr., p. 549.

-, John, p. 549.

-, Thos., p. 550.

Crowle, the Lincolnshire river, g. 1027 (40).

Crowle (Croule, Crowley), Worc., g. 831 (64).

Crowle, John, 81:—p. 551.

Crowmarsh or Preston Crowmarsh, Oxon, g. 831 (14).

Crowmer, Jas., g. 1027 (37).

-, John, letter from, 318.

Crown of England, to buy and sell the, 689.

Crown lands, sale of, 331:—g. 436 (38).

Croxden (Crokesden), Staff., p. 557.

-, abbey (supp.) of, pp. 557–8, 561:—g. 282 (39, 70), 611 (26).

-, -, Stephen, abbot of, g. 611 (26).

-, -, John abbot of (temp. Hen. VII.), g. 611 (26).

Croxton abbey (supp.), Leic., 73.

Croxton, Norf., g. 436 (31).

Croy, Ph. de. See Arschot, duke of.

-, Robt. de. See Cambray, bp. of.

Croydon (Crawdon), Camb., g. 613 (1).

Croydon (Croidon), Surr., g. 144 (5), 613 (32).

Crozier or Croser, Clemy, 160.

-, (Crosser), John, 160, 570.

Croylande. See Crowland.

Crucerus (Cruzerus, Cruser), Herman, ambassador of the duke of Cleves in France, 242 (p. 86), 264 (?), 482, 519, 781 (1, 2), 800–1, 842 (pp. 415–16), 870, 903–5, 960.

-, -, a servant of, 905.

Crucheley (Crowcheley), Eliz., 840:—p. 548.

Crudworth. See Curdworth.

Crumbecke, Ric., g. 831 (12).

Crumwell. See Cromwell.

Cruse, Rob., g. 144 (13).

Cruser. See Crucerus.

Crust, Robt., 609 (p. 277).

Crutche. See Croche.

Cruzerus. See Crucerus.

Cryche. See Creech.

Crymesham, Suss., 498 (37).

Cryse, Wm., p. 542.

Cubberley (Cuberley), Glouc., g. 436 (29).

Cuberley. See Cubberley.

Cuckewold. See Coxwold.

Cuckney, Notts, g. 942 (70).

Cuddington (Coddington), Surr., 498 (36).

Cuffe, Christiana, p. 550.

Cuffeley. See Coffley.

Cukewolde. See Coxwold.

Culdronde, Wm., p. 544.

Culford (Culforth), Suff., g. 436 (57, 90).

Culham (Culnam), Oxon, p. 565.

Culham, Suss., g. 611 (45).

Cullesdon. See Coulsdon.

Cullingworth, Yorks., g. 613 (42).

Cullyton. See Colyton.

Culmere. See Colemore.

Culnam. See Culham.

Culpeper (Cowllpepor), Mr., 645.

-, Thos., of the Privy Chamber, 14 (p. 5), 900.

-, Thos., g. 831 (33).

-, Wm., letter from, 434.

Culpho, Suff., g. 436 (58), 942 (15).

Cumberland, 52, 619.

-, lands in, 44, 62.

Cumberland, Henry Clifford, earl of, 500, 560 (1, 3), 707 i, ii.:—g. 282 (21), 436 (18), 612 (12, 14), 942 (41b).

Cumnor (Comnor), Berks, g. 436 (25).

Cumpton. See Compton.

Cumpton, Wm., 118.

Cumwhinton, Cumb., p. 562.

Cunynghame, Robt., 992–3.

Cuperhull, Beds, g. 613 (1).

Cupper, Ric., g. 831 (21).

Curdworth (Crudworth), Warw., g. 282 (104), 733 (5).

Curel, M. de, 1022.

Curle, —, master of the Bridge House, 783.

Curren. See Curwen.

Curry Mallett (Corymallet), Soms., g. 942 (59).

Curry Revell (Correvell), Soms., p. 560.

Curson, David, monk of Sion, 840:—p. 548.

-, Ric., p. 558.

-, Robt., g. 831 (47b).

Curstan, Alice, p. 554.

Cursyn, Mary, p. 549.

Curties. See Curtis.

Curtis (Curtes), Austin, p. 553.

-, (Curties, Curteis), Edith, 139 ii. p. 549.

-, Thos., p. 547.

Curwen, Isabel, p. 563.

-, (Coren, Curren, Corein), Ric., archd. of Oxford and Colchester, King's chaplain, commissioner at Calais (March to April 1540), 392, 460–1, 473, 537, 826 (15, 19, 20, 23), 860–1, 921:—g. 436 (30).

-, -, signature of, 392, 460–1, 826 (15), 861.

-, Sir Thos., brother-in-law of Sir T. Wharton, 284, 465 ii., 632:—g. 612 (14).

Cusake, Sir Thos., of Ireland, 683.

Custance, John, p. 550.

Customs, 439.

Cutberte. See Cuthbert.

Cutcombe, Soms., g. 282 (106).

Cuthbert (Cutberte), John, p. 545.

Cuthorp. See Caythorpe.

Cutler, Agnes, p. 554.

Cutt, Sir John, g. 144 (2).

Cuttleston. See Cuxton.

Cuxton (Cuttleston), Kent, g. 613 (32).

Cwm-Hir (Comehire) abbey (supp.), in Wales, 553 iii.

Cyprus, App. 2.

Cyrne, Manuel, letter from, 916.

Cyssyll. See Cecil.

Cyttylbar. See Kettlebarston.

Cyvill. See Seville.



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