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'Index: C', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 18 Part 2: August-December 1543 (1902), pp. 418-438. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=76785 Date accessed: 21 August 2014.


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Cables and ropes, I. 781.

Cadbury, Devon, I. p. 557.

Cadeby (Cateby), Leic., I. g. 981 (56).

Cader (i.e. Calder), laird of. See Campbell, Sir J.

Cadiz (Cales, Calix), I. 106 (p. 73), 631-2.

Cadogan Lands, co. Glomorgan, II. g. 107 (19).

Cadwell alias Calewell, Beds, near Ickleford, Herts, I. g. 981 (42).

Cadyngtons or Caryngtons, Herts, I. p. 545.

Caen Wood (Camewood), Midd., II. g. 241 (20).

Caerkennen (Carykennen), in Wales, I. p. 556.

Cagny, sieur de. See Mesneige, J.

Cahir or Cahir Duneske, in Ireland, I. 922.

-, baron of. See Butler, Sir T.

Caileway. See Kelway.

Cairncross, Robt., bp. of Ross, q.v.

Caithness (Caitnes), in Scotland, II. 539 (p. 286).

Caithness, earl of, I. 664.

Calabria, in Italy, I. 891.

Calais
-, (Callis, Callaiz, Calis, Calles), I. 40-1, 86, 106 (p. 73), 113 (p. 77), 125, 144, 148, 150, 163 (p. 98), 165, 186, 193-5, 216, 217 (p. 118), 250, 265, 295, 310-11, 322, 355 (p. 207), 354, 358, 375, 379-80, 385, 389, 390 (p. 228), 392, 397, 406 (1, 3), 416 (p. 245), 431, 436 (ff. 85-6), 447, 466, 484ii., 524, 565-6, 586, 588, 604, 606, 608, 613, 619, 622, 637, 657, 675-6, 683, 687, 699 (p. 401), 707, 710, 713, 717-18, 729, 747, 759, 767, 770, 773, 786, 832 (p. 469), 833, 877, 882, 894, 911, 967, 979 :—g. 474 (13)
-, II. 13, 35, 84, 187, 191, 199, 231 (p. 119, 128 ter. 130 passim, 131), 259, 267, 270-1, 293, 365, 384, 391, 413, 426, 453, 460, 462, 490, 525 :—App. 14 :—g. 107 (37, 54), 327 (18).

-, letters dated at, I. 21, 40, 46, 99, 112, 119, 142, 177, 211, 216, 265, 354, 420, 422, 484 524, 574, 586-7, 597, 599, 600, 666, 687, 770, 882, 911, 967
-, II. 17, 64, 125, 204, 270-1, 426, 438.

-, banished men, II. g. 107 (37).

- comptroller of. See Ryngeley, Sir E. (1539 to 1543)
-, Rowse, Ant. (Aug. 1543).

-, council of, I. 194, 466, 565, 675, 833, 967
-, II. 64.

-, -, letter from, 967.

-, -, clerk. See Wade.

-, customer of, I. 683.

-, French secretary at. See Benolt, J.

-, French subjects at, II. 204, 270-1 :— App. 14.

-, knight porter. See Knyvett, Sir A.

-, labourers at, I. 524 (3).

-, King's storehouse, I. 524 (1, 4).

-, master of Ordnance at. See Browne, G.

-, men at arms of, II. 64.

-, merchants of the Staple, I. 76, 436 (f. 86), 956 :—g. 100 (36), 623 (101).

-, retinue or soldiers or crew or garrison of, I. 195, 960
-, II. 231 (p. 128).

-, surveyor of, I. 911, 960 :—g. 623 (74)
-, II. 17, 249 (2). See Burgate, Wm.
-, Lee, R.

-, treasurer of, I. g. 100 (36). See Wotton, Sir E.

-, victualling of, I. 55, 267, 524, 675 (p. 390), 681, 685.

-, watches in, II. 64.

Anderne, I. 97, 216, 641.

Balingham or Ballingham (Ballingan), I. 97, 216, 641, 666ii
-, II. 64.

-, Matthias of, his sayings, I. 666ii.

Botehawkes, I. 295.

Camp, I. 256, 960.

Castle, lieutenant. See Bray, Sir E.

Chalk Pits, I. 256.

Colham, II. 204.

East Pale, I. 295 (pp. 165-6).

Fiennes (Fynes). See under F.

Frenton, I. 717.

Main Brook (Myn Broke), II. 64.

Marke and Oye, II. 204.

Marshes (the Marresse, Marrys, Marish, Maris), I. 256, 470, 524 (3), 832 (p.469).

Newenham (Newneham) Bridge I. 195, 256, 524 (1, 3), 770, 832 (p. 469), 967
-, II. 231 (p. 130).

New River, II. 231 (p. 130).

Pale or English pale (English ground) I. 34, 99, 179, 194, 249, 279, 359, 600, 641, 690
-, II. 204ii, 271.

Pepeling, I. 967.

Risebank (Ruisbank Rysbank, Resbanke), castle, I. 195, 524, 687, 967
-, II. 231 (p. 128).

-, captain of. See Carew, Sir G.

-, lieutenant of. See Carew, T.

St. Inglebert. See below. Sandingfield.

St. Peter's I. 216, 524
-, II. 453.

Sandgate, II. 204.

Sandingfield (Sannyngfeld) or St. Inglebert, I. 41, 354 (2).

-, college or house of, I. 34, 50.

Scales, I. 967.

Skunage, II. 204.

Staple. See above, merchants of the Staple.

West Pale, I. 295 (p. 166).

Calais (Calis, Cales), pursuivant, I. 142, 179, 349, 484.

Calawaye. See Kelway.

Calbecke, Cumb. See Caldbeck.

Calcot, Thos., servant to Mr. Shether, II. 546 (pp. 318, 327-8, 330, 333, 339, 343, 356, 358, 362, 371).

-, -, letter from, II. 546 (p. 318).

-, -, deposition by, II. 546 (p. 370.)

Caloote, alias Calcott, alias Caldicott, Glouc., II. g. 107 (8, 47).

Calcot Mill, in Tilehurst, Berks, I. g. 802 (67).

Calcott, Hunts. See Caldecot.

Caldbeck (Calbecke), Cumb., I. g. 981 (60).

Caldbek, Thos., vicar of Bubwith, I. 649.

Calde, co. Pembroke, II. g. 449 (26).

Caldecot (Colcott), Hants. I. g. 981 (97).

Caldecote, Annabel, I. g. 981 (8).

Caldeham, Gabriel, I. g. 981 (51).

Calder (Caldour). See Campbell, of C.

Calder, laird of. See Sandilands, Sir James.

Caldewiche, Staff. See Calwich.

Caldicott, Glouc. See Calcote.

Caldour. See Calder.

Caldwiche, Staff. See Calwich.

Calengewood, Staff., I. 66 (c. 44).

Cales
-, See Cadiz
-, also Calais.

Calewell Beds. See Cadwell.

Calfhill, —, I. 668.

Calix. See Cadiz.

Callaiz. See Calais.

Callard, —, I. 832 (p. 467).

Callaughton (Calloughton), Salop, II. g. 449 (25).

Calle, John, II. 206.

Calles. See Calais.

Callewyche. See Calwich.

Callis. See Calais.

Callowhill
-, (Calowhyll) Ric., I. g. 981 (47, 51)
-, II. 231 (p. 120).

Calowhyll. See Callowhill.

Calshott (Calshorte) bulwark, Hants, II. 231 (p. 128).

Calthrop, John. II. 508.

-, Ph., I. 832 (p. 467).

Calton, Roger, I. g. 226 (79 p. 132).

Calverde, Ric.,II. g. 241 (19).

Calverley
-, (Cawverley) —, Wallop's servant, I. 979
-, II. 13.

Calwich, (Caldwiche, Caldewyche, Challwyche, Chalwich, Callewyche or Colwich), Staff., I. 352 :—pp. 547, 553 bis :—g. 100 (18).

Cambell. See Campbell.

Camber
-, the, castle of, near Rye, Suss., I. 436 (ff. 82-4)
-, II. 231 (pp. 129-30).

Camberwell (Camerwell), Surr., I. 388, 832, (p. 467).

Cambey, or Cambyes, M., I. 217 (p. 118), 250.

Cambray
-, (Cambre) I. 29 (p. 19), 274, 641, 736, 822 (p. 463)
-, II. 30, 35, 43, 61 (p. 30), 264, 291, 294, 325, 345, (p. 194), 352, 365, 380-1, 384, 389, 438 :—App. 14.

-, Mont St. Gery, II. 384.

-, treaty of (5 Aug. 1529), I. 91 (p. 60), 144 (p. 88), 171, 582 (p. 339), 622 (p. 359), 730, 751-2, 754 (4), 757.

Cambray
-, Robert de Croy, bp. of, I. 946
-, II. 43, 342.

Cambre. See Cambray.

Cambresis, the, II. 129, 294, 365, 380, 426.

Cambresis, the Castle in. See Chateau en Cambresis.

Cambridge
-, I. p. 552
-, II. g. 327 (5).

-, coroners of, I. 518, 624.

-, mayor of, I. 565, 624.

-, Austin Friars (supp.), I. p. 552.

-, castle, I. g. 100 (30).

Cambridge University
-, I. 436 (f. 48), 633
-, II. 546 (p. 323);—App. 8.

-, Chancellor of. See Gardiner, S.

King's College (Royal College of St. Mary and St. Nicholas), I. g. 802 (21). 981 (17).

-, provost of. See Day, G.

St. Mary Magdalen's College, I. 66 (c. 42).

St. Michael's House, II. 231 (p. 120).

Cambridgeshire
-, I. 466, 832 (pp. 468-9) :—g. 226 (49)
-, I. 231 (p. 130).

- (and Hunts), sheriff of, II. g. 449 (79). See Ap Rice, Robt. (1543-4).

-, shire manor of, I. 66 (27).

Cambryngham. See Cammeringham.

Cambuskenneth
-, Alex., abbot of, I. 281
-, II. 491 (2).

Cambyes. See Cambey.

Camden (Comden, Comeden), Kent, I. g. 100 (1).

Came. See Camme.

Camely
-, (Camelegh) Soms., I. 522
-, II. g. 241 (11).

Camerarius
-, Joachim, letters to, I. 517, 529, 653
-, II. 356.

Camerino (Cameryne), duchess of. See Margaret of Austria.

Camerino, duke of. See Farnese, O.

Camerwell. See Camberwell.

Cameryne (i.e. Camerino), duke of. See Farnese, O.

Camfer. See Veere.

Camfyre. See Veere.

Camme or Came, Joan, I. g. 981 (20, 21).

-, John, I. g. 981 (20, 21).

-, Nic., I. g. 981 (20, 21).

Cammell. See Campbell.

Cammeringham (Cambryngham), Linc., I. g. 623 (4).

Campbell, Archibald, earl of Argyle, q.v.

-, Donald, abbot of Cupar, q.v.

-, Hugh, of Loudoun, sheriff of Ayr. I. 23 (p. 13), 278, 289, 302, 324 (p. 184), 458 (p. 274), 568, 572, 627, 671, 677 (p. 391), 810, 835 (2), 880
-, II. 22 (p. 12), 79 (p. 40), 94, 111 (p. 63), 153, 174, 181, 213 (p. 112), 275, 302, 323, 353, 361, 364, 378, 393, 407, 413, 468, 483, 487, 494, 496 (2), 521.

-, -, letter to, II. 153.

-, Sir John, of Calder, I. 281 (p. 159), 286, 944-5
-, II. 14, 70 (?). 94, 484, 512.

-, -, signature of, I. 945.

- (Cammell, Cambell) Sir John (John Cambell Lun) of Lundy, bastard son of the Earl of Argyle, I. 945, 950-1
-, II. 70 (?), 132.

-, -, signature of, I. 945.

- (Cambell), Don John. II. 541.

-, -, two brothers of, II. 541.

Campe, Yorks., II. g. 107 (67).

Campeggio, Laurence, Cardinal (died in 1539), I. 505n.

Campeggio, Alex., bp. of Bologna, I. 505n.

Campen
-, in Holland, I. 511
-, II. 114.

Campessey, Suff. See Campsea.

Camphire. See Veere.

Campidunensis. See Kempten.

Campion, Chr. II. 231 (p. 119).

-, Thos., I. p. 548.

Campsea (Canpesse, Campessey) or Campsea Ash, Suff., nunnery (supp.), II. g. 449 (18).

Camswell, Mich., I. p. 550.

Canary (Canare) island, I. 106 (p. 73).

Candekele, Yorks., I. g. 226 (66).

Candia
-, island of. I. 62 (p. 40)
-, II. g. 449 (32).

"Candicasei", Priour. See Whithorn, prior of.

"Candicasie", Andreas. See Durie, A.

Candishe. See Cavendish.

Candlemas, and hallowed candles, I. 546 (pp. 91. 293-6. 300-3, 311, 313).

Candysshe. See Cavendish.

Canefelde, Ricardus de. former rector of Tannington, I. g. 623 (12).

Canegate, the Northumberland river, II. 538.

Canell, Matthew, I. 216.

Canne, Thos., I. 436 (f. 33).

Cannings (Cannynges), Bishops-, Wilts, I. g. 981 (5).

Cannington (Canyngton), Soms., I. g. 474 (36).

-, nunnery (supp.), I. g. 346, (37), 981 (57)
-, II g. 449 (49).

Cannon, John, II. 231 (p. 120).

Cannonby (Canybe), in Scotland, I. 273.

Cannons. See Canons.

Cano di Creo. See Capo de Creo.

Canonleigh. See Canons Leigh.

Canons Ashby
-, Ntht., priory (supp.), I. p. 557 : —g. 226 (79, pp. 130-1), 476 (15)
-, II. g. 107 (8,15).

Canons Leigh (Canonleigh), abbey (supp.), in Burlescombe parish, Devon, I. g. 802 (37).

Canons (Cannons) manor, Midd., I. g. 623 (43 p. 364).

Canos, Anthoine de, of Charles V's court, signature of, I. 488.

Campesse, Suff. See Campsea.

Cant, Pieter, vice-admiral of Flanders, I. 356, 390, 416 (p. 246).

-, -, letter to, I. 356.

Canterbury
-, Kent, I. 436 (f. 77), 777, 917 :— pp. 552. 555
-, II. 231 (pp. 120, 123), 260, 504, 546 passim.

-, butcher's wife of, in prison at Calais for heresy, I. 447, 466.

-, tailor of, expounding the Bible, II. 546 (p. 291).

-, mayor of. I. 469.

-, privileges of (Act), I. 66 (22).

All Hallows (Alhalond) or All Saints, II. 546 (pp. 310, 313, 318).

-, parson of, II. 546 (p. 313).

Archbishop's palace (burnt, Dec. 1543), II. 504, 546 (p. 359).

Castle, I. g. 100 (30)
-, II. 546 (pp. 320-1).

Christchurch cathedral I. g. 802 (31)
-, II. 546 (pp. 292-3, 295, 301, 304-6, 316, 322, 327, 331, 337, 339, 349, 373-4, 376, 378) :—g. 449 (37).

-, appointment of preachers of the Old and New Learning, II. 546 (pp. 323, 333-4, 337, 344-5, 348, 353, 355-6, 361, 364, 376).

-, prebendaries of, II. 546 passim.

-, Ralph the bell-ringer, II. 546 (p. 300).

Christchurch cathedral priory (supp.). I. 436 (ff. 60, 74) :—g. 802 (36)
-, II. 231 (pp. 119, 123 bis, 132).

-, cellarer. See Cross, J.

Courtop Street (Colver Strette, Cutupstrete), Our Lady of, II. 546 (pp. 303, 319).

Flowredelice, II. 546 (p. 329).

Langport alias Le Barton manor, I. p. 552.

Northgate (Norgatt, Norgate) parish or St. Mary de Northgate, II. 546 (pp. 300, 307, 309, 312-13, 346, 365-67).

-, vicar of. See Kempe, W.

Old Park, I. p. 555.

St. Alphage's (St. Elphies, St. Alpheis, St. Elphin's). II. 546 (pp. 303-4, 310, 313-14, 342, 347, 352).

-, parson or "curate" of. See Chirden, H.

St. Andrew's, II. 546 (pp. 300, 309).

St. Augustine's (St. Austen's) abbey (supp.)
-, I. pp. 552, 554-5
-, II. 546 (pp. 303, 319 .

St. Dunstan's, II. 546 (p. 301).

St. George's, II. 546 (pp. 309, 354, 367).

-, parson of. See Tofer, J.

-, -, his curate. See Paris, J.

St. John's, II. 546 (p. 312).

St. John's hospital, II. 546 (pp. 312, 345, 366).

-, master of, II. 546 (p. 291).

St. Mary Mawdelen, parson of. See Smith, Mr.

St. Mary of Northgate. See above, Northgate.

St. Mary's hospital, of the Poor Priests, II. 260.

St. Mildred's, II. 546 (p. 300).

St. Paul's, I. p. 552
-, II. 546 (p. 363).

-, vicar of, II. 546 (pp. 296, 306, 323, 342).

St. Peter's, II. 546 (pp. 299, 313).

St. Thomas's hospital, II. 546 (p. 358).

-, chantry priest of, II. 546 (p. 358).

Westgate, II. 546 (p. 314).

Canterbury
-, Archbishop of. See Cranmer, T.
-, also Warham, W. (1504-32).

Canterbury, archbishopric of, I. 66 (29, c. 37).

-, archdeacon of. See Cranmer, E.

Canterbury, province of, I. g. 100 (31).

Canterbury, Wm., I. 436 (f. 19).

Cantilupe, lord, II. g. 241 (25).

Cantrecelly, in South Wales, I. g. 226 (41).

Canuncle, or Cauncle, q.v.

Canybe. See Cannonby.

Canyngton, Soms. See Cannington.

Capel (Capell). Surr., I. g. 226 (79).

Capel or Capell, Edw., I. 832 (p. 467).

-, Sir Giles, I. 832 (p. 467) :—g. 100 (23).

-, Sir Hen., I. g. 100 (32).

-, Ric., I. g. 474 (17).

Capheaton (Capthetune), Nthld., I. 153.

Caple, Wm., I. g. 981 (27).

Capo de Creo, in Spain, I. 520ii (? "Cano di Creo").

Capo di Ferro. Hieronimo, Papal Datary, Nuncio in France, letters from, I. 35, 82, 154.

Capon
-, John alias Salcot, bishop of Salisbury, I. 167, 365, 500, 539 :—g. 226 (29)
-, II. g. 241 (6), 327 (9).

Capper, Ric., I. p. 545.

Capple (Capull), Westmld., II. g. 327 (16).

Capput, provost of. See Strozzi, L.

Capthetune. See Capheaton.

Caput Egue (qu. Castel Ejo ?), in Morocco, I. 106 (p. 73).

Carden. See Cawarden.

Cardinal, the. See Wolsey.

Cardinal, the [of Scotland]. See Betoun, D.

Cardinals
-, The, I. 29 (p. 19), 545, 818, 891
-, II. 37, 68 (p. 34), 485.

-, -, creation of, I. 818.

Care, co. Pemb. See Carew.

Carell, John, I. g. 802 (41).

Caresworth. Dors., I. 547.

Carevo. See Carew.

Carew (Care), co. Pembroke, I. g. 346 (15).

Carew (Carrow, Carowe), Gawen, I. 426, 832 (pp. 467, 469 bis).

-, (Carow, Carevo), Sir George, lieutenant of Risebank (1539 to 1543), sheriff of Devonshire (1542-3). I. 195, 832 (pp. 466,468-9), 933,960. 979:—g. 802 (86)
-, II. 12, 13, 43, 65, 92, 129, 187. 226, 266-7, 310, 325, 345 (p. 194), 347, 352, 365, 413.

-, - signature of, II. 12, 43, 65, 129, 187, 267, 325.

-, -, receipts from his lands, II. 226.

-, Geo., I. 553.

-, Lady Malina, I. g. 981 (96).

-, Sir Nicholas, lieutenant of Risebank (20 May 1519 to 1539). I. g. 802 (86), 981 (96)
-, II. 231 (p. 123).

- (Carrowe), Peter, I. 832 (p. 468 bis), 979 :—p. 555.

-, Sir Ric., dec., I. g. 981 (96).

- (Caro), Thomas, lieutenant of Risebank (1543), I. 420, 524, 967 :—I. g. 802 (86).

-, -, signature of, I. 420, 967.

-, Wymond, I. g. 226 (30)
-, II. 231 (p. 125).

Carham (Carram), Nthld., II. 295, 538 (p. 285).

Carhill farm, Yorks., I. p. 555.

Carignan, in Piedmont, II. 454.

Carillon, Lopes de, I. 377.

Carinthia, I. 449, 941.

Carion, Diego Ortega de, I. 947.

Carkin (Karken), Yorks., I. p. 549.

Carlep (Carnylippes), in Scotland, II. 237(2).

Carles, Robt., I. g. 802 (3).

Carleton. See Carlton.

Carleton Paynell, Linc., I. g. 623 (13).

Carlingford. in Ireland. I. 721.

Carlisle
-, (Carlile, Carlyell), I. 2, 4, 17, 25, 43, 52, 61, 72, 228, 366 (p. 216), 427 (p. 253), 436 (f. 87), 455, 482 (p. 293), 510, 627, 691, 799
-, II. 36, 93, 147, 159, 170, 180, 207, 231 (pp. 126, 128), 237 (2), 395, 463, 483, 494.

-, letters dated at, I. 60, 105, 220
-, II. 173, 263, 339-40, 422, 469.

-, deputy customer of, I. 627.

-, distances to Edinburgh, etc., II. 237 (2).

-, captain of. See Wharton, Sir T.

- Castle, I. 799
-, II. 137, 395 (2).

- -, repairs at, II. 395 (2), 463.

- Cathedral, I. 799 :—g. 981 (99).

- -, dean of, I. 583.

-, Citadel or New Citadel of, I. 436 (f. 68) :—g. 100 (12)
-, II. 231 (p. 121).

Carlisle, Bp. Of, I. 799. See Aldridge, R.

Carlisle (Carlile), Thos., II. 372.

Carlow (Caterlagh), in Ireland, I. 646.

Carlton (Carleton), Cumb., I. g. 802 (51).

Carlton
-, (Carleton), Yorks., I. g. 226 (66)
-, II. g. 449 (53).

Carlton or Carleton, —, I. 967.

- (Carrelton), captain, II. 453.

-, Gerard, dean of Peterborough (16 Feb. 1543), I. g. 226 (57).

-, John. II. 231 (pp. 119, 120).

Carmarthen (Karmerdyn, Kermerden), Old and New, I. p. 450 :—g. 802 (34).

-, Castle, I. g. 623 (71).

-, Friars Minors (supp.), I. g. 226 (22).

- Priory (supp.), I. p. 550 :—g. 981 (20-1).

-, Kaystrete, I. g. 226 (22).

-, St. Peter's, I. g. 226 (22), 802 (34), 981 (21 p. 531).

-, King's school or Thomas Lloyd's school, I. g. 226 (22).

-, -, charter of, I. g. 226 (22).

Carmarthenshire, escheator of, II. g. 449 (59).

Carmichael (Carmyghell), Andrew, I. 61.

- (Carmighell, Carmynghill, Carmyghell), John. eldest son of the captain of Crawford, Scottish prisoner, I. 2 (1, 2), 61, 436 (f.87), 805
-, II. 231 (p. 126).

Carmighell. See Carmichael.

Carmynghill. See Carmichael.

Carnabye
-, Sir Reynold (died 1543), I. 548 909
-, II. 120.

Carnabys, the Northumberland family, I. 141 (p. 87).

Carnarvon, in Wales, Exchequer in, I. g. 346 (4).

Carnarvonshire, I. g. 802 (7, 76).

Carne
-, Sir Edward, LL.D., a master of requests, I. 259 (p. 148)
-, II. 231 (p. 120) :—g. 107 (22, 43).

Carnebe. David, a Scot, I. 682.

Carno. See Carnock.

Carnock (Carno, Carnoth), in Scotland. See Drummond, of C.

Carnoth. See Carnock.

Carnylippes. See Carlep.

Carow. See Carew.

Carpi
-, Ridolfo Pio, Cardinal of, bp. of Faenza, promoter of Scottish affairs at Rome, letters to, I. 424, 499, 504, 543, 977
-, II. 472, 478.

-, -, other reference, I. 542.

Carr or Carre
-, John, captain of Wark, I. 903
-, II. 131, 295, 297-8.

-, John, I. p. 554.

-, Marg., I. g. 346 (66 p. 202).

Carr, Scottish surname. See Kerr.

Carram. See Carham.

Carre. See Carr.

Carre, Scottish surname. See Kerr.

Carrelton. See Carlton.

Carres, Mons. de. See Kar.

Carribulloke, Cornw. See Kerrybullok.

Carrick pursuivant, I. 281 (p. 159).

Carrickfergus, in Ireland, I. 553.

Carrow or Carrowe. See Carew.

Cars, M. de. See Kar.

Carsley (Kersley), Warw., I. g. 981 (20, 21).

Carssye, Carsse or Carssie. See Menteith, laird of Kerse.

Carter, the, on the Scottish Border, II. 538 (p. 285).

Carter, Robt., I. g. 474 (27).

Cartewright or Cartwright, Hen., II. 231 (p. 120) :—g. 107 (55).

Carts
-, I. 5
-, II. 195-6.

Cary, Chr., II. g. 107 (56vii.)

-, George, I. 245.

- (Care), John, of the Privy Chamber, ship-captain and vice-admiral, I. 6,200, 701 :—p. 545
-, II. 74 (p. 38), 543.

-, John, I. p. 556.

Carykennen, in Wales. See Caerkennen.

Caryngton or Cadyngtons, Herts, I. p. 545.

Casane. See Cassano.

Casie, John Baptist. See Cassia.

Cassano (Casane), in Milan, I. 505.

Cassia (Casie), John Baptist, LL.D., prb. of Canterbury (died 1543), II. g. 449 (37).

Cassies farm, Worc., I. g. 981 (57).

Cassillis
-, (Casseilles, Casselles, Cassels, Casseils, Cassilles), Gilbert Kennedy, Earl Of, Scottish prisoner, I. 2 (1, 2), 22, 37 (2), 38-9, 60-1, 88, 104, 108, 124, 129, 155, 278, 281 (pp. 158,160), 302, 305, 318, 324 (pp. 183-4), 355, 374, 378, 395 (p. 233), 402, 418, 425, (p. 250), 427 (p. 253), 435, 436 (f. 87), 448, 455, 458, 479, 482, 503, 510, 535 555-6, 568, 572, 584, 638, 664, 671, 677 (p. 391), 700, 706, 748, 791, 805, 827, 834, 835 (2), 843, 844 (1, 2, 923, 938, 944, 951, 971, 974, 978
-, II. 2, 14, 22 (p. 12), 33, 44, 46, 51, 72, 79 (p. 40), 85, 94. 111 (pp. 62-3), 116, 127, 138, 153, 174, 180, 188, 202 (p. 105), 213 (p. 112), 231 (126), 235 (p. 134), 255, 257, 269, 275, 282, 288-9, 302, 314, 323, 339, 353, 364, 378, 407, 408 (p. 219), 417, 428, 440, 447, 483, 494-6, 502.

-, -, letter from, I. 38.

-, -, letters to, I. 555
-, II. 153, 289, 495.

-, -, handwriting of, I. 37 (2).

-, -, signature of, I. 37 (2), 60
-, II. 447.

-, -, his wife, II. 33.

Castel. See Castle.

Castel de la Chappelle. See La Chapelle.

Castel Ejo, in Morocco, I. 106 (p. 73 ? "Caput Egue").

Castelen. See Castelyn.

Castell, Andrew, I. 73, 315.

-, -, examination of, I. 73 (3).

Castellazo, Camillo, I. 231 (p. 136).

Castellhill, Yorks., I. g. 226 (66).

Castelnuovo (Castello Novo), taken from the Turks (27 Oct. 1538) and retaken by them (7 Aug. 1539), I. 144 (p. 88), 397, 406 (1,3), 582 (2), 588.

Castel Santo Giovanni (Castel St. John's), in Italy, I. 688.

Castelton, Oxon. See Chastleton.

Castelyn (Castelen), John, II. 546 (p. 308).

-, Simon, II. 546 (p. 311).

- (Castlyn), Wm., governor of the English merchants at Antwerp, or courtmaster of the English nation there, I. 331, 487 (p. 296), 560, 589, 731, 735, 743, 756-7, 773, 829, 925.

-, -, letter from, I. 735.

Caster. —, II. 13.

Casthorpe (Castrop), Linc., II. g. 449 (44).

Castile (Castilla), I. 231.

-, constable of. See Frias, duke of.

-, Cortez (Courtes) of, I. 231.

Castillon, Louis de Perreau Sieur De, French ambassador in England (1537 to 1539), I. 217.

Castillons. See Catillon.

Castle Milk (Castle of Mylke) in Scotland, II. 236 (3).

Castleshaw (Castylshaw), Yorks., I. g.802 (24).

Castleton (Castelton), Lanc., I. g. 226 (1).

Castlyn. See Castelyn.

Castor (Caster), Ntht., I. g. 981 (85).

Castro, Duke Of. See Farnese, Pier Luigi.

Catcot (Catcott), Soms., I. g. 226 (77), 623 (78).

Cateby. See Cadeby.

Catebye manor, Leic., II. g. 107 (56xii).

Caterlagh. See Carlow.

Catesby, Ntht., nunnery (supp.), II. g. 529 (30).

Cathanger (Cattanger), Soms., I. g. 346 (19, 37).

Cathorpe, Linc. See Caythorpe.

Catillon sur Sambre (Castillons), in Hainault, I. 946.

Catley priory. See Catteley.

Catmerhall, Essex, II. g. 327 (11, 15).

Cattanger, Soms. See Cathanger.

Catteley (Catley). priory (supp.), Linc., I. g. 476 (4), 623 (4, 13).

Cattle (nowt). I. 256, 353, 586, 641, 898, 903 : —g. 226 (77), II. 173 (2), 181, 295, 297-8, 372, 518.

Catton and Catton Northby, Yorks., I. g. 226 (66).

Cauncle or Canuncle, Joan. I. g. 981 (53, 101).

-, John, I. g. 981 (53, 101).

Caundishe. See Cavendish.

Caurden. See Carden.

Caustons, Midd., I. p. 547.

Cavanaghs. See Kavanaghes.

Cavarden. See Cawarden.

Cave, Mr., II. 205, 460.

-, Ambrose, II. App. 14.

-, Ant., II. 490, 507 :—App. 14.

-, -, letter from, II. 490, 507.

-, -, his wife, II. 507.

-, Brian, I. g. 981 (21 p. 531).

-, Fras., II.231 (p. 120) :—g. 449 (5).

-, Marg., II. g. 449(5).

Cavenaghes. See Kavanaghs.

Cavendish (Candysshe), Sir John, I. 649 :— p. 556, II. 193.

- (Candyshe, Caundishe), Ric., comptroller of works at Dover, I. 18, 179, 218, 786:—g. 476 (13)
-, II. 118.

- (Caundishe), Wm., I. 436 (f. 80)
-, II. 231 (p. 123 bis).

Cavers
-, (Caveris) in Scotland, I. 281
-, II. 236 (3).

Caversham
-, Oxon, I. g. 346 (27)
-, II. g. 449 (2).

Cawarden or Carden, Eliz., wife of Thos. II. g. 241(6).

- (Caurden), Ric., dean of Chichester, I. g 802 (85)
-, II. 231 (p. 131 ter.).

-, Thos., vicar of Lympne, II. 546 (p. 306).

-(Cavarden), Thos., I. p. 555
-, II. g. 241 (6)

Cawby, Thos., parson of Wiohling. See Dawby.

Cawdburne Rodde, on the Scottish Border, II. 538 (p. 285).

Cawldestreme. See Coldstream.

Cawson or Cawston, John, I. g. 981 (56, 98 bis).

- Thos., I. g. 802 (89).

Cawthorne, Yorks., I. g. 100 (33).

Cawthorpe (Cowthorpe), Linc., I. g. 981 (110).

Cawverley. See Calverley.

Cayas
-, Diego de, I. g. 346 (24)
-, II. g. 529 (8).

Cayleweye. See Kelwey.

Caynesham. Heref. See Kinsham.

Cayppes. Mr., II. 546 (p. 341).

Caythorpe (Cathorpe), Linc., I. g. 981 (56).

Cecil
-, (Scyssell, Cicill, Seycill, Cycell), Ric., yeoman of the Wardrobe, I. 275 :—p. 552
-, II. 231 (p. 119) :—g. 449 (79).

Celsay, Eliz., II. 546 (p. 300).

Cely, Geo., II. g. 529 (10).

Ceremonies of the Church, II. 546 (pp. 293-5, 300, 306-7, 311, 331, 350).

Cerne, Dors., abbey (supp.), II. g. 107 (70).

Cessford (Sesforthe), laird of. See Kerr, W.

Chabham, Surr. See Chobham.

Chabot, Ph., sieur de Brion, q.v.

Chaccombe. See Chacombe.

Chace, Robt., I. g. 226 (79 p. 131).

Chacombe (Chaccombe), Ntht., II. g. 107 (53).

-, priory (supp.), I. g. 226 (79), 476 (10), 623 (94)
-, II. g. 107 (53 , 449 (5).

Chaddesley (Chaddisley), Worc., II. g. 241 (27, 30).

Chaderton (Chatterton. Chattreton) John, of Portsmouth, I. 169, 179, 181, 301.

Chadlington, Oxon. I. g. 802 (10), 981 (81).

Chadyngton, Oxon, I. g. 226 (79).

Chaffer, John, II. g. 107 (1).

-, Robt., I. 436 (f. 19).

Chalcocke. See Challock.

Chalcott, Walter, I. g. 226 (26).

Chalcroft, John, I. g. 346 (11).

Chaldwell, Essex, II. g. 449 (64).

Chale, I. of Wight, I. g. 981 (46).

Chalecote, Warw. See Charlecote.

Chalk (Chalke), Kent, I. p. 551.

Challers manor, Herts, II. g. 449 (67).

Challock (Challok, Chalcocke), Kent, I. p. 556.

- vicar of, Sir Laurence, II. 546 (p. 296).

Challwyche. See Calwich.

Chalmerlan. M. I. See Fleming, lord.

Chaloner, Ralph, I. g. 346 (66 p. 202).

- Robt., one of the Council of the North, I. 272, 649 :—g. 623 (34)
-, II. 34.

- -, signature of, I. 272, 649
-, II. 34.

Chalueleighe, Devon, II. g. 241 (8).

Chalwick. See Calwich.

Chamber (Chambre). John, M.D., treasurer of Wells cathedral, II. g. 449 (10).

Chamberlain or Chamberleyn, Dorothy, wife of Leonard, I. g. 226 (46), 623 (23).

-, Sir Edw., I. g. 623 (23).

- Leonard, I. 832 (p. 468) :—pp. 546, 552 :—g. 226(45-6), 474 (32). 475 (1), 623 (23, 93)
-, II. 231 (p. 120) :—App. 12.

-, Thos., I. 169, 406 (1, 2), 471. 615-16
-, II.73.

Chambers Marsh, Norf., I. 66 (c. 46).

Chamer de Boiez. See Samer.

Chamond
-, Sir John, I. g. 226 (10, 30)
-, II. g. 449 (79).

Champagne
-, (Champanya), in France, I. 313. 345, 353, 385, 416, 931
-, II. 30, 43, 92. 467 (p. 253), 525-6.

Champernon, Kath., II. 231 (p. 120).

- (Champernant), Peter, I. g. 981 (83).

- (Champbernon), Sir Ph., I. 579 :— g. 226 (10, 30), 346 (39).

Champion or Champyon
-, Ric., prb. of Canterbury (died in 1543). I. g. 802 (31)
-, II. 546 (pp. 300. 346, 349, 369).

Champneis, John, I. 533, 578.

Chancellor, Lord. See Audeley.

Chancery
-, Court Of, I. 66 (c. 46) :—g. 623 (38)
-, II. 34.

-, clerk of the Hanaper, I. g. 100 (36).

-, six clerks of, I. g. 981 (20 p. 530).

-, subpoenas, II. 34.

Chantonay or Chantonnay
-, (Chantynew, Xantonay), Thomas Perrenot, Sieur De. Granvelle's second son, I. 723, 789, 794, 820, 859-61, 862 (p. 480), 865-6, 871, 894, 926, 954-6
-, II. 40, 82, 96, 134, 179, 182, 216, 224-5, 231 (p. 127). 245, 251, 254, 258-9, 266, 279, 292. 296, 305 (pp. 172-3), 333, 357, 403.

-, -, letters from, I. 860-1.

-, -, instructions for, I. 723 (2)
-, II. 179 (2, 3), 789 (3, 4).

Chantynew. See Chantonay.

Chapman, Geo., I. 436 (f. 21).

-, John, II. 546 (p. 308).

-, Thos., warden of Grey Friars. London, I. 436 (f. 32)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

-, Wm., I. g. 226 (38).

Chapuys
-, Eustace, master of requests ordinary of Charles V., Imperial ambassador in England, letters from, I. 3, 44-5, 54, 63, 87, 150, 170-1, 176, 193, 259-60, 284, 288, 310, 353, 390, 415-16, 492-3, 531, 566, 570, 612-13, 631-2, 669, 684-5, 708-10, 759-60, 763, 774, 778, 820-1, 865-6, 875-6, 879, 954-6, 973
-, II. 30, 39-41, 88-9. 101-2, 109, 117, 130, 134-5, 156-8, 199, 225, 245, 248, 254, 259, 286, 311-12, 333-5, 357, 431-2, 439, 479, 488-9, 527-8 :—App. 4.

-, -, letters to, I. 69, 196, 201-2, 247-8, 266, 296-7, 331, 335, 385, 397, 459, 487, 511, 525, 582, 604, 617, 657, 718, 723, 736, 789, 794, 806, 859, 862, 871, 920, 925-6
-, II. 7, 69, 82, 96, 179, 191, 251, 268, 273, 279, 294, 305, 355, 405, 459, 465.

-, -, commission to, II. 467.

-, -, signature of, II. 526.

-, - his messenger sent into Spain with the treaty, I. 709. See Livre, M. de.

-, - other references, I. 9, 99, 144, 194, 265, 282, 356, 383 (4), 386, 406, 471, 473, 491, 534, 544, 559-60, 563, 588-9, 600 (pp. 346-7), 603, 606, 608, 641, 659 (2), 675, 680-1, 687, 698-9, 722 (p. 409), 723 (2), 726-7, 731, 746, 754 (3, 4), 853, 855, 860-1, 863, 882, 969
-, II. 142, 224, 303-4, 310, 331, 345 (p. 194), 420, 467, 480, 492, 526.

Charde, Thos., II. g. 449 (1).

-, Wm., I. g. 802 (25).

Charelles. John, I. 91 (4).

Charing
-, (Charynge) Kent, I. g. 475 (6)
-, II. 546 (pp. 297, 319-20, 335, 355).

- vicar of, II. 546 (pp. 297, 319-20, 335-6. 355).

Charlbury (Chorlebury), Oxon., I. g. 802 (10), 981 (81).

Charlecote or Charelcote (Chalecote), Warw., I. p. 551 :—g. 981(30).

Charles V.
-, The Emperor, personal notices, I. 29. 45, 62 (p. 40), 77, 84, 176, 193, 196, 231, 247-8, 266, 296, 321, 335, 353, 383, 385, 387. 397-8, 406, 449, 459, 471, 496, 505, 511, 519-20, 526, 545, 563, 575-6, 582 (2), 588, 600 (p. 347), 601, 604, 608, 613, 615-17, 637, 642 657-8, 673, 688, 690, 699, 707-10. 718, 722-6, 739-40, 758, 762, 781-2, 787-8, 790, 820, 859, 891, 894, 898, 916, 931, 946, 955, 969
-, II. 20, 25, 30, 35, 38, 43, 55-6, 69, 73, 84, 86, 88, 92, (p. 45), 97, 102, 113, 126, 130, 134, 140, 156, 162, 168, 177, 187, 189-90, 210, 216, 218, 224, 230, 246, 250, 252, 266-8, 279, 291-2, 310, 317, 320-1, 331, 334-5, 345, 347, 352, 365, 380, 384, 402-4, 426, 438-9, 441, 453, 457, 485, 501 :—g. 449 (22).

-, and the Imperialists, political references, I. 14, 29 (p. 19), 62 (pp.39, 40), 63, 84, 87, 91 (p. 60), 93, 113, 145 (p. 90), 150, 163 (p. 98), 201, 203, 217, 223, 233, 240, 243, 259 (p. 148), 265, 295, 307, 310, 313, 317, 321, 332, 339-40, 353, 356-7, 359, 381, 385-6, 390, 396, 398, 406 (1-3), 479, 487, 511, 516, 519, 525-6, 534, 544, 560, 563-4, 568, 570, 582, 600, 604, 613, 619, 621-2, 626, 628, 631, 637, 642, 647, 675, 681, 684-5, 693, 699, 704, 707, 711-12, 717, 722, 730-1, 736-7, 747 (p. 421), 751, 754, 758-60, 766, 769, 774, 783, 789, 790-1, 804 (p. 455), 813, 818, 831, 858, 865, 875-6, 891, 894, 911, 941, 946 (2), 961, 973 :—g. 346 (2, 58, 67), 474 (25), 475 (8), 623 (9, 64), 981 (32)
-, II. 20, 27, 30, 37, 41, 54, 61, 69, 72 (p. 36), 86, 92, 101, 105, 113-4, 126, 129, 140, 142-3, 151-2, 157, 163, 167-8, 177, 183, 189, 216, 231 (pp. 127. 131), 246, 254, 261, 273, 278-80, 310, 325, 376, 380, 384-5, 389, 402, 413, 415, 419-20, 426, 434, 453-4, 467, 479-80, 485, 488, 492, 500-1, 525-8 :—g. 529 (8).

-, letters from, I. 69, 397, 617, 679, 723, 738, 794, 871, 926
-, II. 7, 80, 96, 178-9, 251, 258, 264, 292, 294, 305-6, 322, 336-7, 341-2, 354-5, 366, 401, 405, 456, 464-6.

- letters to, I. 44, 63, 170-1, 193, 221, 284, 415, 612, 684, 708, 865, 954
-, II. 39, 134, 156, 161, 243, 253, 286, 296, 300, 333, 368, 418, 431, 527.

- asked to declare against the Scots, II. 296, 331 (p. 188), 420, 434.

-, his claims against France, I. 397.

-, English force sent to his aid (for earlier references see Musters and for later see under Flanders), I. 657-8, 674-5, 681, 685, 690, 704, 707, 710, 715-16, 718, 722, 727, 729-30, 742, 759, 762-3, 771, 773, 789 (1, 3), 798, 820, 822.

-, numbers and order of his army, II. 321 (2).

-, ambassadors with, II. 230 :—

English. See Bonner, Edm.
-, Brian, Sir F.
-, Wotton, Nic.

of Ferrara, II. 403, 457.

Papal nuncio, II. 485.

Portuguese, I. 471.

Venetian, I. 642, 673, 724.

-, captain of his Noire Bende, II. 385.

-, his Council, I. 69, 397, 406
-, II. 402, 420.

-, his Court, II. 73 (p. 37), 126, 142, 403 (p. 217), 458.

-, his children, I. 217.

-, his daughter. See Mary of Castile.

-, his jewels, II. 224.

-, his Master of the Horse. See Boussu. comte de.

-, his mother. See Joan.

-, his Privy Chamber, I. 406.

-, treaty with (11 Feb. 1543), of closer amity, and for invasion of France, I. 144-5, 150, 164, 170-1, 176, 193-4, 196, 201, 223, 247-8, 259, 266, 339-40, 383, 386, 397, 406, 449, 479, 487, 496, 544, 560, 566, 575-6, 582, 588, 600, 603-4, 606, 608, 612-13, 629, 632, 657-8, 659 (2), 675, 681, 684, 709, 710, 722, 723 (2 p. 411), 724-5, 736-7, 773, 788-9, 794, 818, 898 (p. 492)
-, II. 27, 55, 69, 96, 129, 134, 167, 216, 267, 305, 331, 333, 369, 420, 434, 467 (2), 488, 525-6 :—App. 4.

-, -, the document, I. 144.

-, -, extract from, II. 216 (2, 3).

-, -, Charles V.'s "annotations" upon, I. 406 (3).

-, -, his commission for receiving Henry's oath, I. 396, 406, 612.

-, -, his ratification and oath, I. 339, 383, 397, 406, 471, 487, 534, 566, 582, 588, 684.

-, -, -, the documents, I. 339, 383.

-, -, Henry VIII.'s commission to Bonner to get the Emperor's ratification, I. 164.

-, -, Henry's oath, I. 396-7, 511, 534, 600, 603, 606, 608, 612-13, 820, 875.

-, -, -, the text, I. 603.

-, treaty for the plan of invasion of France (31 Dec. 1543)
-, II. 526.

-, his truce with Denmark, I. 332.

- will of, codicil added, I. 488.

Charles
-, Duke of Orleans, youngest son of Francis I., I. 12, 44 (p. 28), 63, 91, 106 (p. 73), 310, 345, 575, 666ii, 742, 776, 786, 946 (2)
-, II. 30, 65, 150, 183, 190, 291, 294, 333.

-, -, letter from, II. 150.

-, -, proposed marriage with Constantia Farnese, I. 575.

-, -, - with Princess Mary. See Mary.

-, -, - with Mary Queen of Scots, I. 12.

Charles IV.
-, King of France (A.D. 1322 to 1328)
-, II. 499.

Charleton, Bucks., II. g. 529 (30). See also Charlton, Ntht.

Charleton, Salop, I. p. 545.

Charleton. See Charlton.

Charley, Leic., II. g. 107 (10).

Charloys or Charlois. See Charolois.

Charlton (Charleton), Dors., II. g. 449 (1).

Charlton (Charleton), Hants, II. g. 241 (31).

Charlton, Ntht. (Charleton, Bucks.), II. g. 529 (10, 30).

Charlton (Charleton) next Malmesbury, Wilts., II. g. 529 (11).

Charlton Musgrave (Charletoune Mosgrave)
-, Soms., I. g. 981 (57)
-, II. g. 107 (56).

Charlton
-, (Charleton), or C. upon Otmoor (Ottemore), Oxon., I. g. 981 (20 pp. 529-30, 21)
-, II. g. 529 (30).

Charlton, Jerry, I. 567.

- (Charleton), Wm., I. g. 226 (27).

Charltons (Charletons), the Northumberland family, I. 58, 153, 567, 670 (p. 387n).

Charmouth, Dors., I. 547.

Charnwood (Charewood), Leic., II. g. 107 (10).

Charolois, in France, I. 588.

- (Charloys), county of, I. 622 (p. 359), 754 (4).

Charsaie, Surr. See Chertsey.

Charsey. See Chertsey.

Charsye. See Chertsey.

Chart, Great-, Kent, I. g. 475 (6).

Charteris
-, (Charterhous, Chartors), John, I. 910
-, II. 425, 496 (2).

Charteseye. See Chertsey.

Chartham (Chartam), Kent, II. 546 (pp. 294, 301-3).

-, "curate" of, II. 546 (p. 302). See also Turner, Richard.

Chassingny, — , captain of Heinsberg, I. 544, 658.

Chasteau. See Chateau.

Chasteaubriant, Mons. de. I. 62 (p. 40), 106 (p. 73).

Chastelhnoy, in France, I. 622 (p. 359).

Chastel Synon. See Chateau Chinon.

Chastleton (Castelton), Oxon, I. g. 802 (10), 981 (81).

Chateau Chinon (Chastel Synon, Chastelchinon), in France, I. 622 (p. 359).

Chateau en Cambresis
-, (Chatteau Cambrasy, Chasteau en Cambresey, Shatevo Cambersaye , I. 742, 750
-, II. 92, 264, 321, 341-2, 345, 380, 384 :—App. 14.

-, letters dated at, II. 345-6.

Chaters. See Chatteris.

Chatham
-, (Chetham, Cheteham), Thos., bp. of Sidon, I. 436 (f. 41)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

Chatham (Chetham), Ric., I. 436 (f. 19).

Chatteau Cambrasy. See Chateau en Cambresis.

Chattendon (Chatyngdon), in Frindsbury, Kent, I. 66 (c. 41).

Chatteris
-, (Chateres), Camb., nunnery (supp.), I. 436 (f. 34)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

Chatterton. See Chaderton.

Chattovene, sieur de, II. 499. See also La Brosse.

Chattreton. See Chaderton.

Chatyngdon, Kent. See Chattendon.

Chaunceller, Ric., warden of Higham Ferrers (temp. Hen. VII.), I. g. 474 (27).

Chaundeler, Joan, I. g. 623 (18).

-, John, I. g. 623 (18).

-, Thos., I. g. 981(20, 21).

Chauntrell, — , 507.

-, Mrs., II. App. 14.

- (Chauntryll), Jane, I. 436 (f. 30).

-, Robt., I. g. 226(9).

Chaverbenton (Chauerbenton), in Scotland, II. 208.

Chaworth, Sir John, I. g. 100 (26), 226 (48).

-, John, I. g. 802 (82).

Chawreth, Essex. See Broxted.

Chaynes Court, Wilts, II. g. 241 (11).

Cheadle, Hounds- (Hundes Chedull), Staff., I. g. 981 (53).

Checheley, Robt., I. g. 474 (27 p. 283).

- (Chicheley), Thos., I. 832 (p. 468) :— g. 226 (8).

Chedworth, Glouc., I. g. 346 (42).

Cheese
-, I. 91 (31), 763
-, II. 231 (p. 130), 249 (2).

Cheisholme. See Chisholme.

Chelanscote. See Chelmscote.

Chelisfelde. See Chelsfield.

Chelly. See Shelley.

Chelton, Soms. See Chelson.

Chelmscote
-, (Chelmyscote or Chelanscote), Bucks, I. g. 226 (79 pp. 130-1)
-, 802 (19).

Chelsea, Midd., I. g, 226 (75).

Chelsfield (Chelisfelde), Kent, I. g. 981 (83).

Chelson, Soms., I. g. 474 (36?, "Chellon").

Chelton, Soms. See Chilton.

Chelworth, Wilts, I. g. 981 (56, 98).

Cheman or Chemans M., president of Turin, I. 106 (pp. 72-3), 113 (77), 140, 163 (p. 98).

Chenay or Cheney. See Cheyney.

Chepstow
-, Monm., priory (supp.), I. 436 (f. 55)
-, II. 231 (122).

-, - prior. See Marshall, J.

Chepynglambourne. See Lambourn.

Chepyng Onger, Essex. See Ongar.

Chepyngwycombe. See Wycombe.

Cherbourg (Scherborow, Cherrebroke), in France, II. 23-4.

Cherdian. See Chirden.

Cherndon. See Chirden.

Cherrebroke. See Cherbourg.

Chertsey (Charsey, Charteseye, Charsaie, Charsye). Surr., I. p. 557.

-, abbey (supp.), I. 436 (ff. 1, 34, 58) :— pp. 547, 557-8
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

Chesbury, Wilts. See Chisbury.

Chesell. See under Winchester, St. Peter's Chishill.

Cheseman, Robt., I. 832 (p. 467) :—g. 100 (21).

Chesham (Chessham), Dr., I. 107.

Cheshire
-, (county palatine of Chester), I. 123 (p. 80) :—g. 100 (18), 476 (17), 623 (24), 802 (76)
-, II. 211 (p. 110), 237.

-, Act for representation in Parliament, I. 66 (17)
-, II. 211 (p. 110).

Cheshunt (Chesthunt), Herts, II. g. 449 (50).

-, nunnery (supp.), I. 436 (28)
-, II. 231 (122).

-, -, prioress See Hill, M.

Chester or West Chester
-, I. g. 476 (5)
-, II. g. 107 (51).

-, writ to mayor and sheriffs, II. 509.

-, Parliamentary representation (Act), I. 66 (17).

-, sanctuary (Act), II. 211 (p. 109).

- cathedral, I. g. 346 (63).

-, St. Mary's nunnery (supp.), I. 436 (ff. 29, 46)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

-, -, prioress. See Grosvenour, Eliz.

-, St. Mary's rectory, I. g. 474 (35).

-, St. Werburgh's abbey (supp.), I. 436 (ff. 22, 39) :—p. 548
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

-, -, abbot. See Birchenshawe.

Chester, John, I. g. 226 (75), 623 (101).

- (Chestre), Robt., I. 832 (p. 467)
-, II. 231 (p. 120).

-, Wm., I. g. 623 (101)
-, II. 231 (p. 119).

Chester in the Street, Dham., I. g. 981 (73).

Chester juxta Wigan, Lanc., II. g. 107 (1).

Chesterton
-, Camb., I. g. 226 (18)
-, II. g. 107 (25).

Chesterton
-, Hunts., I. g. 474 (27), 981 (20 p. 530)
-, II. g. 241 (34).

Chesterton (Chesternton), Warw., I. g. 226 (55).

Chesthunt. See Cheshunt.

Chesylhurst. See Chislehurst.

Cheteham, Chetham. See Chatham.

Cheverey, Bucks., II. g. 107 (42).

Cheviot Hills, on the Scottish Border, II. 538.

Chewte, Philip, I. 86.

Cheynehill, Dors., II. g. 440 (1).

Cheyney (Chenay), Sir Thomas, K.G., lord warden of the Cinque Ports, treasurer of the Household, present in Council, I. 1, 5, 6, 10, 15, 17, 18, 24, 47, 52, 55, 65, 72, 79, 86, 90, 94, 103, 107, 111, 115, 122, 126, 130, 137, 143, 148, 159, 165, 169, 175, 179, 181, 190, 192, 197, 206, 208, 212, 241, 244, 255, 257, 263, 267, 276, 280, 283, 426, 431, 447, 450, 452, 454, 456, 460, 466, 469, 478, 489, 497, 500, 507, 513, 515, 518, 521, 533, 537, 546, 558, 565, 568, 578, 772, 777, 784, 795, 808.

- - signature, I. 33, 91 (2), 727
-, II. 83.

-, -, his chaplain. II. 546 (pp. 322, 371-5).

-, -, other references, I. 18, 97, 259 (pp. 147-8), 392, 451, 457 (2), 570, 602, 644, 654-5, 675, 681, 727, 740, 759, 763, 773, 786, 789, 793, 820, 832, (pp. 466, 468-9), 877, 883
-, II. 39, 231 (pp. 127-8), 280, 526, 530, 546 (pp. 322-3, 372) :—App. 14.

Cheyney
-, (Cheney). John, I. 832 (p. 467) :— p. 555 :—g. 226 (26)
-, II. 231 (p. 120) :— g. 107 (42).

-, Robt., II. g. 107 (42).

-, Thos., II. 231 (p. 120).

Chibenholte park, Devon, I. 346 (1).

Chiche. See St. Osithe.

Chicheley. See Checheley.

Chichester
-, Cathedral, I. g. 474(42)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

-, -, dean. See Cawarden, R.

-, -, dean and chapter of, I. 436 (f. 54) :—g. 474(20), 802(85).

Chichester
-, bp. of. See Sampson, R. (1536- 43)
-, Day, G. (1543).

Chichester, bpric. of, I. 404, 477 :—g. 474, (20, 42), 623 (2, 32, 39, 44, 76, 82).

Chicksand
-, (Chyxsande) priory (supp.), Beds, I. p. 552 :—g. 346 (38)
-, II. g. 449 (35, 52).

Chideock (Chydyoke). Dors., I. 547.

Chidley. Robt., attorney of First Fruits (13 June 1543). I. g. 100 (21), 226 (30), 802 (41).

Childe, Geo., II. g. 449 (47).

Childerlangley. See Langley Regis.

Chilfrome, Dors., I. 346 (5).

Chilham (Chillam). Kent, II. 546 (pp. 303, 319, 325, 369).

-, vicar of. See Willoughby, Dr.

Chillam. See Chilham.

Chillingham castle, Nthld., II. 538 (p. 285).

Chiltenham, I. p. 547.

Chiltern (Chitterne), Wilts, I. g. 226 (79 pp. 130-1), 476 (6).

Chiltern Langley. See Langley Regis.

Chilton or Shilton, Oxon, I. g. 802 (10), 981 (81).

Chilton (Chelton), Soms., I. g. 226 (77), 474 (36), 623 (78).

Chilwell, I. 66 (c. 39).

Chimay
-, (Cymay, Semy), in the Low Countries, I. 718
-, II. 380.

Chimay (Semy), Prince of, son of the duke of Arschot, II. 380.

Chimlie, Devon. See Chumleigh.

Chingford
-, (Chynkforde). Essex, I. 436 (f. 77) : —pp. 545-6
-, II. 231 (pp. 123-4).

Chipchace
-, (Chypechaice, Chipchays), Nthld., I. 799
-, II. 120. 538 (p. 285).

-, letter dated at I. 571.

Chippenham, Wilts, I. g. 226 (80).

Chirden (Cherdian, Cherndon, Cherdeyn), Humph., parson or curate of St. Alphage in Canterbury, II. 546 (pp. 299, 309, 328, 342, 345-6, 351, 357, 359, 365).

Chirton, Chesh. See Churton.

Chisbury (Chesbury), Wilts, II. g. 529 (25).

Chisholme (Cheisholme), John, arch, of Dunblane, I. 242.

- Wm., bp. of Dunblane, q.v.

Chislehurst (Chesylhurst), Kent. I. g. 623 (92).

Chislett (Chistlett), Kent., I. 66 (c. 37) :—p. 552.

Chistlett. See Chislett.

Chitterne, Wilts. See Chiltern.

Chobham (Chabham), Surr., I. pp. 546, 557.

Cholmeley. See Cholmondeley.

Cholmondeley, Ranulph, I. g. 802 (7).

- (Cholmeley), Sir Ric., I. g. 981 (58).

- (Cholmeley, Chomley), Sir Roger, recorder of London, I. 74, 311, 327, 368, 384, 405, 436 (f. 49) :—p. 550 :— g. 100 (21)
-, II. 231 (p. 119).

-, -, signature of, I. 311.

- (Cholmeley, Chomley), Wm., I. g. 100 (21), 349 (66).

Chorlebury. See Charlbury.

Chorleton, Salop, II. g. 449 (52).

Chowte, Philip, I. p. 550.

Chraigy, laird of. See Craigie.

Chrism cloth, II. 546 (p. 293).

Christchurch or Christchurch Twynhem
-, ("Christschurche in Sowthampton.") Hants, priory (supp.), I. 436 (ff. 27, 40) :—p. 556 :—g. 226 (79 pp. 130-1)
-, II. 231 (p. 122) :—g. 449 (1).

Christening, II. 546 (pp. 296, 301, 312-13).

Christian III
-, King Of Denmark, called by the Imperialists duke of Holstein. I. 12, 29 (p. 19), 44, 145, 150, 225, 259 (p. 148), 326, 332, 376, 397, 472, 487, 511, 612, 632, 682, 747, 769, 771, 781, 790, 804 (p. 455), 859, 878, 899, 925, 954
-, II. 16, 61, 72 (p. 36), 85, 114, 143, 152, 246, 278, 296, 305, 407 :— App. 4.

-, -, letters from, I. 326
-, II. 114.

-, -, letters to, I. 472. 682
-, II. 16, 278.

-, -, his brother to be king of Scotland, I. 781, 954.

-, -, his younger brother, I. 878.

- -, his brothers John and Adolph (Hans and Olphe), II. 152.

-, -, his sister, duchess of Prussia, I. 682.

-, -, his eldest sister marries the duke of Mecklenburg, II. 152.

-, -, his second son, I. 12.

Christina duchess of Bar and of Milan, wife of the duke of Bar, daughter of king Christiern II of Denmark, II. 380.

Christmas, John, I. 832, (467-8).

-, Wm., I. 436 (f. 33).

Christopher, Master, II. 219.

Chumleigh (Chimlie), Devon, I. g. 346 (1).

Church (Churche), Lanc., I. g. 623 (84).

Church Stoke (Churchstok), co. Montgomery, I. p. 554.

Churton (Chirton), Chesh., II. g. 107 (51).

Chyddingsell alias Chiddingeswell. Essex, II. g. 449 (63).

Chynkforde. See Chingford.

Chyrbury priory (Supp.), I. p. 554.

Chystlett. See Chislet.

Chytterne. See Chiltern.

Chyxsande, Beds. See Chicksand.

Cicester, Glouc. See Cirencester.

Cicill. See Cecil.

Cilgerran (Gilgarran), co. Pemb., I. g. 623 (50).

Cinque Ports, the, II. g. 107 (17).

-, -, lord warden of. See Cheyney, Sir T.

Circestre. See Cirencester.

Circote, John, I. g. 346 (66).

Cirencester (Circestre), Glouc., I. p. 553 :— g. 346 (35).

-, abbey (supp.), I. 436 (f. 59) :—p. 553 : —g. 981 (20-1, 46. 56)
-, II. g. 107 (3, 8), 449 (1).

Claide, in Scotland, lord Fleming's town, II. 209.

Claines (Claynes), Worc., I. g. 981 (47).

Clanawley (Clayn Awley), in Ireland, I. 633.

Claneboy (Clanyboy), in Ireland, I. 245, 553.

-, captain of. See O'Neil, Phelim.

Clanfield (Clanfelde), Oxon, II. g. 107 (52).

Clanricard (Clenrykard, Clanreckard), earl of, I. 552, 633-4 :—g. 981 (1). See also Bourke, W.

Clantarf, bp. of, (i.e. of Clonfert). See Bourke, R.

Clanwilliam (Claymewilliam) in Ireland, I. 633.

Clapton in Gordano (Clopton), Soms., I. g. 802 (62).

Clare, in Ireland, monastery of, I. 634 :—g. 981 (3).

Clare, Robt., I. p. 549.

Clareley, Salop. See Claverley.

Clarence, George Plantagenet, duke of (1461-1477), brother of Edward IV., I. g. 226 (93), 474 (1, 8, 12).

Clarencieux king of arms, II. 516.

Clarencieulx
-, Susan, I. p. 548
-, II. 231 (p. 121).

Clarke. See Clerk.

Claryeaunte, i.e. Clanricard, earl of. See Bourke.

Clase, Thos., Clk., I. g. 623 (43 p. 364).

Clavering. Essex, II. g. 241 (22), 327 (11).

Claverley (Clareley), Salop, I. g. 981 (53).

Claxby, Linc., I. g. 981 (99).

Claxhill, Glouc., I. g. 256 (35).

Claydon, East- (East Cleydon), Bucks, I. p. 551.

Claydon, Middle-, Bucks, II. g. 449 (72).

Claydon
-, John, I. 329
-, II. 231 (p. 120).

Claygate (Cleygate), Surr., I. g. 474 (39).

Clayhill (Cleyhill), Soms., I. g. 474 (36).

Claymewilliam. See Clanwilliam.

Clayn Awley. See Clanawley.

Claynes. See Claines

Clayton, Yorks., I. g. 981 (9).

Clayton, John, I. g. 981 (9).

-, Wm., I. g. 623 (24), 981 (9).

Cleave, duke of. See Cleves.

Cleaveriers. See Cleves.

Clee, Linc., II. g. 327 (17).

Cleeve (Cleve), Glouc., I. g. 226 (35).

Cleeve
-, (Clyve, Cleve) or Old Cleeve, Soms., abbey (supp.), I. 436 (ff. 16, 56)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

Cleke. See Cloke.

Clement VII., Pope (1523 to 1534, Julius de Medici), I. 723 (2 p. 411).

Clement, Dr., the physician, II. 546 (pp. 297-8).

-, John, I. 436 (f. 18).

-, Wm., II. 231 (p. 121).

Clementhorpe. See under York.

Clenkarne. See Glencairn.

Clenkern. See Glencairn.

Clennell, Nthld., II. 538.

Clenrykard. See Clanricard.

Cleobury Mortimer (Clybury), Salop, I. p. 558.

Clere, Sir John, captain of a ship, I. 200, 327 (2), 350, 368, 421, 478.

-, Thos., I. 315, 327 (2), 368, 421, 489.

Clergy, The (priests), I. 66 (4), 293, 390 (p. 228), 407.

Clerk or Clerke, —, II. 546 p. 312).

-, Mr., bailey of Whetstone, letter to, II. 406.

-, Edm., I. 553 :—g. 100 (25).

- (Clarke). Emmotte, I. g. 981 (14).

- (Clarke, Clerc), Hen., I. 436 (ff. 31, 48) :—g. 802(68).

-, Joan, II. 546 (p. 312).

-, John, II. 546 (pp. 312-13) :—g. 107 (67), 327 (17).

- (Clarke), Thos., I. g. 100 (32), 981 (14).

- (Clarke, Clerc), Wm., I. p. 550 :—g. 981 (14).

Clerkenwell, Midd. See under London.

Clerkson, Mich., I. g. 226 (48 bis), 802 (77).

Clervys, Ralph, II. 231 (p. 119).

Cletherowe. See Clitheroe.

Cleve, Glouc. See Cleeve.

Cleveland, Yorks., I. 809, 884 :—g. 226 (66).

Cleverton (Cleverdon), Wilts, I. g. 623 (4, 10).

Cleves and the Clevois
-, (Cleaveriers), I. 106 (p. 73), 120, 196, 243, 259, 340, 385, 398, 487, 512, 516, 566, 588, 604, 608, 629, 631, 657-8, 718, 723, 762, 773, 776, 787, 789 (3), 822 (p. 463), 853, 875, 878, 898, 925, 969
-, II. 20, 43, 86, 96, 113, 129 (p. 71), 134 (p. 74), 140, 142, 152, 156, 183, 218, 250, 352, 385, 467 (p. 253) :—App. 14.

-, marshal of. See Rossem, M. von.

Cleves, the town, II. 113. 140.

Cleves
-, (Cleave), William Duke Of, and (in right of his mother) of Juliers and Berg, claimant of Duchy of Gueldres, I. 29 (p. 19), 44 (pp. 26-7, 30), 62 (p. 40), 63, 77, 93, 150, 196, 203, 233, 243, 259 (p. 148), 285 (1, 2), 296, 317, 331, 340-1, 357, 361, 367, 381, 390, 397-8, 416, 486-7, 511, 519, 525-6, 534, 544, 545 (duke of "Gelders"), 563, 566, 570, 600 (p. 347), 604, 612, 613 (p. 355), 632, 641, 657, 688, 707, 723 (2), 766, 771, 773, 787, 790, 804 (p. 455), 862, 878, 891, 916, 931, 954, 969
-, II. 20, 25, 43, 55, 61 (p. 29), 73, 96-7, 126, 130, 140, 142-3, 151, 162, 168, 177, 179 (2), 183, 189-90, 210, 216, 224, 266, 278, 296, 305, 485 :—App. 4 :— g. 449 (22).

-, -, his agreement with the Emperor, II. 143.

-, -, petition to the Diet of the Empire, I. 341
-, II. 143.

-, -, his mother dies of grief, II. 126, 140.

-, -, his wife. See Albret, Jeanne d'.

Cleves, Anne of. See Anne.

Cley, John, I. g. 981 (14).

Cleydon. See Claydon.

Cleygate, Surr. See Claygate.

Cleyhill. See Clayhill.

Cleyton, Hugh, I. g. 226 (93).

Cliff or King's Cliff, Ntht., II. g. 449 (1).

Clifford Heref.
-, priory (supp.), I. 436 (f. 27)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

-, -, prior. See Hugh, N.

Clifford, Mr., of Aspeden, II. 297.

-, Henry, earl of Cumberland, q.v.

-, Jas., I. g. 346 (16)
-, II. g. 449 (79).

-, Sir Thomas, I. 436 (f. 66)
-, II. 231 (p. 121).

-, Thos., II. 297-8.

Clifton, Westmld., I. g. 474 (14).

Clifton
-, Worc., I. g. 981 (47, 57, 77)
-, II. g 107 (12).

Clifton. Anne. I. g. 981 (77).

-, Sir Gervaise. I. g. 100 (33)
-, II. 231 (p. 120).

-, Gervase, I. g. 981 (9, 94).

-, Nich., I. g. 981 (77).

Clinton
-, Sir Edward, lord, otherwise Sir Edw. Fiennes lord Clinton and Saye, I. 426, 436 (f. 83), 803 (2) :—g. 475 (3), 623 (4, 10, 13, 98), 802 (72)
-, II. 231 (pp. 119, 121, 123), 543 :—g. 107 (33).

Clist. Ash- (Aisheclist. Ayshclyst), Devon, II. g. 107 (50, 59).

Clist, Broad- (Brodclyff, Brodeclyst), Devon, II. g. 107 (50, 59).

Clitheroe (Clitherwe, Clyderhowe), Lanc., I. g. 346 (21), 623 (84).

Clitheroe (Cletherowe), Hen., I. p. 552 :—g. 346 (54).

Cloake. See Cloke.

Cloatsley (Cloteley), Wilts, II. g. 529 (11).

Clobeke, Yorks. See Clow Beck.

Cloke, Cloake, or Cleke, Hen., II. 546 (pp. 313, 317).

Cloncullen, in Ireland, I. 541.

-, captain of. See McNamara, S.

Clone, Lanc., See Colne.

Cloney, Ric., apparitor to the bp. of London, I. 538ii.

Clonfert (Gloserten. Clonferten), bp. of, I. 633, 848. See Bourke, R.

Clonfert Brendon, mon. of ("De Portu Puro, Clonforten Civitatis"), I. 634.

Clontarff, viscount. See Rawson, Sir J.

Clopton, Soms. See Clapton in Gordano.

Close, Steph., I. g. 981 (21).

Cloteley, Wilts. See Cloatsley.

Cloth
-, I. 315, 317, 526, 781, 811 :—g. 474 (40)
-, II. 359 (2), 390.

-, export of, I. g. 474 (26).

-, shipping of (Act), II. 211 (p. 109).

(coverlets), Act for making, I. 66 (14).

(friezes and cottons), Act for making, I. 66 (15).

(Ghentish), II. 205.

(kerseys), II. 211 (p. 109).

Clovel, Fras., I. 832 (p. 467).

Clovyle, Kath., I. 436 (f. 25).

Clow Beck (Clobeke), Yorks., I. p. 552.

Cluny, in Scotland, II. 476.

Clyde, the Scottish river, I. 810.

Clymperwell, Glouc. See Glymperwell.

Clyve. See Cleeve.

Coal
-, I. 216, 281 (p. 159 "colehew"), 524, 778
-, II. 374.

-, from Newcastle, or sea-coal, I. 165, 186.

-, assise of (Act), I. 66 (8)
-, II. 211 (p. 110).

Coal mines or pits, I. p. 552 :—g. 476 (12), 981 (60).

Cobbe or Cobbes, —, a schoolmaster, I. 431, 500, 515.

Cobert, John, I. g. 346 (65).

Cobham, Kent, college (supp.), I. 66 (c. 41), 436 (f. 58) :—p. 551.

Cobham
-, Sir George Broke Lord, I. 66 (c. 41), 426, 436 (f. 67), 451, 644, 680, 803 (2), 832 (p. 467) :—g. 100 (23)
-, II. 231 (p. 121), 265, 497, 504, 517, 543, 546 (pp. 321, 323).

-, -, letter to, II. 497.

Cobham, Anne Lady, wife of the preceding, I. 66 (c. 41).

Cobham, Mr., I. 786.

-, Sir Edw., II. 231 (p. 121).

-, William. See Broke, Wm.

Coblentz
-, (Covelentz) in Germany, I. 931
-, II. 20.

Cochown. See Colquhoun.

Cockborne. See Cockburne.

Cockburn, in Scotland, II. 309.

Cockburn
-, (Cokborne), Wm., laird of Cockburn, Scottish prisoner, I. 12, 25, 43 (p. 26), 592 (p. 344), 694
-, II. 309.

- (Cokburn), —, a Scot, II. 469.

- (Cokborn), Robyn of, II. 309.

Cockburns (Cokborns), the Scottish family, I. 12.

Cocke, John, II. 231 (p. 120).

-, Thos., I. g. 346 (51).

-, Wm., I. g. 474 (27).

Cocken (Coken), Dham., II. g. 449 (3).

Cockerell, Agnes, I, 311ii.

Cockerham (Cokerham), Lanc., II. g. 107 (1), 241 (2).

Cockermouth (Cokarmouth, Kokkermouth), Cumb., I. 185, 799.

Cockersand
-, (Cokersande) abbey (supp.) near Cockerham, Lanc., I. 436 (f. 55)
-, II. g. 107 (1, 40), 241 (2), 327 (19), 449 (16).

Cockes. See Cox.

Cockesford priory
-, (supp.), Norf., in East Rudham, I. 436 (f. 22)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

-, prior. See Adamson, J.

Cockespitte manor, Devon, II. g. 107 (50).

Cockett. See Coquet.

Cockfield (Cokefeld), Dham., I. g. 802 (66).

Cockishill nunnery. See Cokehill.

Cockson (Coxsom, Coxton, Coxston, Coxson, Cokeson, Cokson), Thos., petty canon of Canterbury (died in 1543), II. 546 (pp. 301, 325, 328, 337, 343-4, 350, 352-4, 357-8, 364).

Coddington, Notts, I. p. 555.

Codicote, Herts, I. g. 981 (95).

Codmer, Staff., II. g. 449 (31).

Codrington, Dorothy, I. 436 (f. 9).

Cogan, Gilb., I. g. 981 (54).

Coggeshall
-, Essex, priory (supp.), I. g. 981 (75)
-, II. g. 449 (63).

Coggs (Cogges), Oxon, I. g. 100 (10), 981 (7).

Cognac
-, in France, I. 44 (p. 27), 51
-, II. 61 (p. 30).

Coif (Cove), in Ayrshire, laird of. See Kennedy, T.

Coins and Coinage
-, harp groats for Ireland, I. 436 (f. 88), 553
-, II. 231 (pp. 128, 130 bis).

Cokarmouth, Cumb. See Cockermouth.

Cockborn or Cokborne. See Cockburn.

Coke, Ant., I. 832 (p. 467).

-, Ellen, I. g. 346 (65).

-, Hen., I. g. 346 (65).

-, John, I. p. 547
-, II. g. 241 (32).

-, Laur., I. g. 346 (65).

-, Ric., I. p. 551 :—g. 476 (4).

-, Simon, I. g. 474 (34).

Cokedale. See Coquet Dale.

Cokefeld. See Cockfield.

Cokehill (Cockishill, now Cook Hill), nunnery (supp.), in Inkberrow parish, Wore., I. 436 (f. 74).

Cokerham, Lanc. See Cockerham.

Cokersande. See Cockersand.

Cokes. See Cox.

Cokesey, Wm., I. g. 100 (22).

Cokeshall, Heref. See Coxwall.

Cokeson. See Cockson.

Coket. See Coquet.

Cokett, Bridget, I. g. 226 (49).

-, George, I. g. 226 (49).

Cokkes. See Cox.

Cokram, Robt., II. g. 529 (19).

Coksall, Heref. See Coxwall.

Colbroke, Bucks. See Colnbrook.

Colbroke, Midd. See Colnbrook.

Colbyme, Barth., I. g. 981 (75).

Colchester
-, (Colohestre), Essex, I 687
-, II. 546 (pp. 314, 331, 370).

-, grants dated at I. g. 802 (43), 981 (88).

-, abbey (supp.) of St. John Baptist, I. g. 474 (5), 623 (83).

-, -, abbot. See Marshall, T.

-, castle, I. g. 100 (30).

-, deanery of, II. App. 11.

Colchester
-, archd. of. See Curwen, R.
-, Bellasis, A.

Colchester, John, abbot of St. Osithe, I. g. 474 (34).

Colclough, Ant., II. 98.

Colcombe park, Devon, II. g. 449 (6).

Coldaston, Glouc. See Ashton, Cold.

Coldeashbye, Ntht. See Ashby, Cold.

Colden Knowes. See Cowden Knowes.

Coldewell. See Coldwell.

Coldingham
-, (Cowdingham), in Scotland, I. 838, 904
-, II. 112, 132, 196, 214, 223, 309, 444.

Coldkenyngton, Midd. See Kempton.

Coldred (Colrede), Kent, I 66 (c. 37).

Coldrop (Colthrop, Colthopp), Berks., I. g. 981 (20, 46).

Coldstream (Cawldstreme), in Scotland, II. 518.

-, priory (burnt in 1542), I. 58.

Coldwell
-, (Coldewell), Hen., goldsmith, I. 436 (ff. 76, 78, 87)
-, II. 231 (pp. 124 bis, 126).

Cole, Dr. Henry, II. 546 (pp. 298-9).

- Ric., I. 436 (f. 74).

-, Thos., I. g. 802 (4).

-, Wm., I. g. 802 (4).

Coleham (Colneham), Salop, I. g. 981 (53).

Colen. See Cologne.

Colesbourn (Collesbourne) Magna, Glouc., II. g. 449 (45).

Colesbourn (Collesbourne) Parva, Glouc., II. g. 449 (45).

Coley (Colley), near Reading, Berks, II. g. 107 (69).

Coleyn. See Cologne.

Colier, John, II. 546 (p. 304).

Coline, Simon de, the printer, II. 211 (p. 109).

Colingwood. See Collingwood.

Collaton. See Colyton.

Collectors and receivers (Act), II. 211 (p. 110).

College, the Northumberland river, II. 538.

Collen. See Cologne.

Colles, Hen., I. g. 226 (38).

-, Humph., I. 91 (4, :—g. 100 (40), 346 (37, 40, 45, 48)
-, II. 231 (p. 120).

Colley, Berks. See Coley.

Collingham, Yorks., I. g. 981 (11).

Collingwood, Hen., constable of Etal, I. 959.

- (Collynwodd), Harry, II. 298.

- (Collynwoode), John, I. g. 226 (31).

- (Colingwood), Robt., I. 761
-, II. 9,208, 217, 236 (2, 4), 295, 372.

-, -, signature of, II. 236 (2, 4).

- (Collynwoode), Ursula, I. g. 226 (31).

Collins (Colyns), John, I. g. 226 (53).

- (Collens), Robert, Cranmer's commissary (in 1537), II. 546 (p. 298).

Collis (Collyce), Wm., prior of Oseney, I. p. 549.

Collonoys. See Cologne.

Collumpton (Colompton), Devon, I. g. 802 (37).

Collyng, Kent. See Cooling.

Collyton. See Colyton.

Collyweston (Colyweston), Ntht., I. p. 552 :— g. 100 (7).

Colman, — , II. 546 (p. 347).

-, Robt., I. g. 226 (38)
-, II. 546 (pp. 302, 304).

Colnbrook (Colbroke), Bucks, II. g. 241 (3).

Colnbrook (Colbroke) Midd., charter to, II. g. 107 (60).

Coln St. Denis (Culme St. Denis), Glouc., II. g. 107 (47).

Colne (Clone), Lanc, I g. 623 (79, 84).

Colneham, Salop. See Coleham.

Colne
-, (Coulme) Water Essex, I. 740
-, II. 348.

Cologne
-, (Collen, Coleyn, Colen, Colayne) and the Colognois, I. 106 (p. 73), 527, 590, 629, 702, 916, 931
-, II. 25, 54, 73, 177, 183, 224, 385, 415.

-, letters dated at, II. 73, 126, 142.

-, "denunciation" by the Senate, II. 54.

- Cathedral, dean and chapter, I. 77, 590.

-, provost of, I. 519 (2p. 307).

Cologne
-, (Colen), Hermann Von Wied, Abp. of, Elector, I. 77, 519, 563, 790
-, II. 25, 35, 73, 126, 143, 177, 179 (2), 415.

Colompton. See Collumpton.

Colonna, Ascanio, his son to marry Vittoria Farnese, I. 818.

- (Columna), Camillo, II. 73.

-, Signor Fabricio de, I. 688.

-, Pirrho, II. 20.

- (Columna), Stefano de, II. 73.

Colquhoun (Cochown), John, of Luss, signature of, I. 945.

Colrede. See Coldred.

Colsell, Thos., I. g. 802 (33).

- (Colsyll), Wm., I. g. 346 (66), 802 (33).

Colston, Agnes, I. g. 981 (56).

Colte, Geo., I. g. 226 (85).

-, Robt., I. g. 802 (43).

-, Wm., I. g. 474 (27).

Colthirst. See Colthurst.

Colthopp, Berks. See Coldrop.

Colthorpe, Ntht., I. g. 474 (27 p. 283).

Colthrop, Berks. See Coldrop.

Colthrop, Glouc., II. g. 107 (56).

Colthurst or Colthirst, Matth., I. p. 551 :— g. 346 (40), 802 (47).

Colton, Hen., I. g. 981 (12).

Columna. See Colonna.

Colver Strette. See under Canterbury.

Colvyle, Geoff., II. 231 (p. 123) :—g. 623 (96).

-, Sir Jas., of East Wemys, II. 452.

-, Jas., son of Sir James, II. 452, 476, 484.

-, John, abbot commendatory of Culross, I. 671.

-, Robt. natural son of Sir Jas., II. 452, 476, 484.

Colwich, Staff. See Calwich.

Colwinston, co. Glamorgan, II. g. 107 (43).

Coly
-, Ant., sheriff of Rutland (1543-4), I. 981 (8)
-, II. g. 449 (79).

-, Magdalen, I. p. 547.

-, Thos., I. p. 547.

Colyer, Jas., II. 231 (p. 120) :—g. 107 (71).

Colyn, Jas., I. p. 556.

Colyns. See Collins.

Colyton (Collyton), Devon, II. 226 :—g. 449 (6).

Colyton Raleigh (Collaton Abbot, O. Raleghe), Devon, I. g. 981 (79).

Colyweston, Ntht. See Collyweston.

Comage, Soms. See Combwich.

Combe or Combes, Oxon, I. pp. 546, 552.

Combe, Soms., I. g. 346 (37).

Combes (Combs), Ric., II. 231 (p. 119).

-, Thos., I. g. 981 (37).

Combewell alias Comwell, in Goudhurst, Kent, priory (supp.) I. 66 (c. 37).

Combwich (Comage), Soms., I. 547.

Comden, Kent. See Camden.

Comeden, Kent. See Camden.

Comes park, Beds, I. p. 545.

Comhier monastery, co. Radnor, I. g. 981 (56).

Comlyche, laird of, II. 309.

Commerce :—

Duty or impost of 1 per cent upon exports, imposed in Flanders (Feb. 1543), I. 196 (p. 110), 259 (p. 147), 331, 357, 416 (p. 245), 487 (p. 296),531, 559-60, 566, 604 (p. 349), 613 (p. 355), 631-2, 655 (pp. 380-1), 657 (2), 668, 680-1, 685, 690, 698-9, 710, 718, 722 (p. 409), 731, 735-7, 743-4, 756-7, 773, 822 (p. 463), 829, 862-3, 865, 879, 956, 973
-, II. 335.

-, order imposing it, I. 357.

-, exemption granted to English merchants, I. 737.

-, reply of the English ambassador, I. 757.

-, reply to the English ambassadors' demand, I. 863.

Letters of marque against French subjects. See Letters of marque.

Privilege to the Emperor's subjects, I. g. 475 (8).

Common Pleas
-, Court of, seal of, I. 436 (f. 87)
-, II. 231 (p. 126).

Compiegne (Compiennes), in France, I. 216, 403, 625, 640, 707.

Compton, Nether-, Dors., I. g. 981 (78).

Compton, Over-, I. g. 981 (78).

Compton, Lady Eliz., wife of Philip Hoby, q.v.

-, Walter, I. g. 476 (2).

- Sir Wm., I. g. 802 (84).

-, Wm., I. g. 981 (5).

Comwell, Kent. See Combewell.

Conesby, Linc. See Coningsby.

Confession, II. 546 (pp. 306, 310-13, 320, 331, 342, 352, 359).

Coni (Cuny), in Piedmont, I. 62 (p. 40).

Coniers. See Conyers.

Conisbrough (Cunnisburgh, Connesburgh), Yorks., I. g. 981 (65-6).

Coningsby (Conesby), Linc., I. g. 470 (4).

Coningsby
-, (Conyngesby), John, I. g. 100 (23)
-, II. g. 449 (79).

Conjurations (Act), II. 211 (p. 109).

Connaught, in Ireland, I. 552, 633 :—g. 981 (1).

Connelagh, Nelun. See O'Neil. Neil Connelagh.

Connesburgh, Yorks. See Conisbrough.

Conowe, John, I. g. 476 (18).

Conquet (la rade de Conquest), in Brittany, I. 40 (2), 662ii.

Consaga. See Gonzaga.

Consistory of Cardinals. See Cardinals.

Constable, Sir John, II. g. 449 (15).

-, John, I. g. 226 (48)
-, II. g. 449 (15).

-, Sir Marmaduke. one of the Council of the North, signature of, I. 272
-, II. 34.

-, Sir Robert (executed at Hull 6 July, 1537), I. 437 (2).

- Robt., I. g. 802 (87).

Constantinople
-, I. 397, 406 (3), 449, 496, 545, 601, 673, 783
-, II. 163, 194, 250, 261, 290, 338, 376.

Contarini, Gaspar, Cardinal, Romish bp. of Salisbury (died 1542), I. 336.

Convictions, Act for registration of, I. 66 (18).

Convocation of Canterbury, II. 546 (p. 330).

- account of proceedings, I. 167, 365.

-, prolocutor. See Gwent, R.

Conwaye, Edw., I. g. 100 (15).

-, Hugh, I. g. 100 (15).

- (Conwey), John, I. g. 802 (6), 981 (103).

- (Conwey), Reginald, I. g. 981 (103).

Conyers, Sir Chr. lord, dec., I. g. 623 (26).

-, Sir George, I. 884.

- Jas., I. p. 555.

- (Coniers), John lord, I. g. 346 (57).

-, John, dec., I. g. 623 (8).

-, Sir Wm., lord, dec., I. g. 623 (26).

Cooap. See Cope.

Cooke
-, Hen., I. g. 226 (79 p. 131)
-, II. g. 241 (7).

-, Hugh, abbot of Reading (executed in 1539), I. g, 346 (27), 474 (30).

- John, II. g. 327 (20).

-, Robt., II. g. 529 (6).

-, Thos., I. g. 226 (80), 474 (13).

-, Wm., 231 (p. 120) :—g. 107 (25).

Cookedale. See Coquetdale.

Cookewold, York. See Coxwold.

Coole, Arthur, M.A., Canon of Windsor (1543), I. g. 623 (49).

Cooling (Collyng), Kent. I. 66 (c. 41).

Coope. See Cope.

Cooper, Hugh, II. 546 (pp. 310, 317).

Cooppe. See Cope.

Coortope, —, II. 546 (p. 358).

Coote, Chr., II. 231 (p. 119).

-, Jane, I. 436 (f. 74).

Cootes, George, prb. of Chester, I. g. 346 (63).

- (Kootes), Thos., I. g. 474 (27 p. 283).

Coparcioners lands, the, I. g. 623 (11).

Cope (Cooap), Mr., II. 508.

- (Cowppe, Cooppe), Ant., I, 352, 832 (p. 468) :—g. 802 (35).

-, Edw., I. g. 802 (78).

- (Coope), John, I. g. 100 (2)
-, II. 231 (p. 119), 391.

-, -, letter from, II. 391.

- (Coope), Margery, I. g. 100 (2).

Copenhagen (Copman Havyn), in Denmark, I. 781.

Copeseller. See Gopferler.

Copford, Essex, I. g. 100 (10).

Copinger (Coppynger), Hen., I. g. 474 (12).

- (Coppinger), John, letter from, II. 448.

-, -, receipt by, II. 448.

Copleday, Thos., I. g. 474 (33).

Copley, Robt., trumpeter, I. 434.

-, Sir Rog., I. 832 (p. 467).

Copman Havyn. See Copenhagen.

Copper, II. 231 (p. 129).

Coppingford (Copyngford), Hunts, II. g. 241 (34-5).

Coppyn (Copyn), Mr., alderman of Canterbury, II. 546 (p. 340).

-, Wm., I. p. 555
-, II. 231 (p. 119).

Coppynger. See Copinger.

Copthall (Coptehaull), Essex, I. 902.

Copyn. See Coppyn.

Copyndale, John, I. p. 549.

Copyngford. See Coppingford.

Coquet (Cockett), the Northumberland river, II. 538 (p. 285).

Coquet Dale (Cookedale, Cokedale, Water of Coket), Nthld., I. 670 (p. 387), 903.

Corbaron, Claude Bouton Seigneur de, II. 97, 113.

Corbett, Andrew, II. g. 449 (68).

-, Anne, II. 231 (p. 120) :—g. 449 (52).

-, John, I. g. 100 (22), 226 (27), 623 (12)
-, II. 231 (pp. 119-20) :—g. 449 (18).

-, Reg., I. g. 802 (8)
-, II. g. 449 (68).

Corbie
-, (Corby, Corbier, Corbey, Corbe), in Picardy, I. 144 (p. 88), 582 (p. 339), 622 (p. 359), 656, 667
-, II. 345 (p. 194), 365.

Cordell, Ric., II. 231 (p. 121).

Cordreye. John
-, abbot of Bisham, I. 436 (f. 1)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

Core, John, II. 231 (p. 119).

Coren. See Curwen.

Corfe (Corff), Soms., I. g. 346 (37).

Corfu, I. 782.

Cork
-, in Ireland, I. 646
-, II. 448 (2).

Cornewall or Cornewell. See Cornwall.

Cornewalles. See Cornwallis.

Corney, Thos., I. g. 981 (26, 34).

Cornish (Cornysshe), Henry, lieutenant of Jersey, II. 23-4, 45, 62.

-, -, letter from, II. 23.

Cornwall
-, I. p. 546 :—g. 623 (99)
-, II. g. 327 (6).

-, sheriff of, II. g. 449 (79). See St. Aubyn. T. (1543-4).

Cornwall
-, Duchy of, I. g. 346 (39)
-, II. g. 327 (6), 529 (9).

Cornwall (Cornewall), Geo., I. g. 226 (84).

- (Cornewell), Ric., I. p. 551 :—g. 226 (27).

Cornwallis (Cornewalles), Alice, I. p. 548.

- (Cornewales, Cornewalles), Edw., I. p. 548
-, II. 231 (p. 119).

- (Cornewallys), Sir John, I. g. 226 (85).

Coroget, Cornw., I. g. 226 (47).

Corona. See Kronstadt.

Corporate towns (Act), I. 66 (25).

Corrieres. See Courrieres.

Corringham, Essex, I. g. 802 (89).

Corsica, I. 673, 891.

Cortemiglia, in Piedmont, I. 449.

Corunna in Spain, I. 84.

Corvesar
-, (Corvester), Thos., abbot of Haughmond, I. 436 (f. 26)
-, II. 231 (p. 122).

Corymalet. See Curry Mallett.

Cosby (Cosseby), Leic., I. g. 226 (89), 226 (79), 802 (19, 27).

Cosop, Heref. See Cusop.

Cossall, John, I. g. 346 (37).

Cossé, Charles de, sieur de Brissac, q.v.

Cosseby. See Cosby.

Cost, Wille, a Fleming, I. 356.

Coston (Couston), Leic, I. p. 550.

Cosyn, Robt., I. g. 623 (53).

Cote, Soms., I. g. 346 (37, 40).

Cotes Culworth. See Cotton beside Culworth.

Cotes, Joan, II. 231 (p. 121).

- (Cottes), Sir John, lord mayor of London (1542-3), I. 52, 73-4, 311, 327, 337, 368, 384, 392, 405.

-, -, signature of, I. 311.

-, Robt., II. 231 (p. 121).

Cothelstone (Cudderston), Soms., I. g. 346 (5).

Cotingham, Yorks. See Cottingham.

Cotles, Edw., II. 546 (p. 309).

Coton (Cotton) under Guilsborough, Ntht., I. g. 475 (9).

Cotterstock, Ntht., II. g. 449 (1).

Cottes. See Cotes.

Cottesmore, Geo., II. 231 (p. 124).

Cottingham (Cotingham), Yorks., I. g. 981 (65-6).

Cottingham, John, I. 436 (f. 28).

Cottismore, Geo., I. 436 (f. 80).

Cotton, Ntht. See Coton.

Cotton Bresworth, Suff., I. g. 474 (5).

Cotton beside Culworth (Cotes Culworth), Ntht., I. g. 226 (79 bis), 476 (15).

Cotton, West- (Westcotton), beside Northampton, I. g. 226 (38).

Cotton, —, I. 57.

- (Cottune), —, a ship captain, I. 123, 129.

-, -, prize taken by, I. 123.

-, Sir Geo., I. g. 474 (10), 802 (3)
-, II. g. 107 (51).

-, -, Mary his wife, II. g. 107 (51), 474 (10), 802 (3).

-, Humph., priest, II. 546 (pp. 294, 307, 318).

-, Ric., II. 231 (p. 128).

-, Thos., I. 47.

Cottune. See Cotton.

Coucy
-, (Couissy, Cowcy, Coussy), in France, I. 647, 657-8
-, II. 92, 218, 242.

Coucy, Jacques de, sieur de Vervins, q.v.

Couissy. See Coucy.

Couldre, Germain de, I. 163.

Coulme. See Colne.

Council. General. See Trent, Council Of.

Council or Privy Council
-, The (viz., Cranmer, Audeley, Norfolk, Suffolk, Hertford, Russell, Lisle, Tunstall, Gardiner, Thirlby, St. John, Cheyney, Gage, Browne, Wingfield, Wriothesley, Sadler, Paget, Riche, Baker, Dacres,), I. 7 (2), 12, 19, 29, 39, 40, 44 (pp. 27-30), 49, 58, 60, 62 (p. 39), 63, 66 (11, c. 44), 69, 84 (p. 56), 87, 106 (p. 73) 113, 150 (p. 92), 153, 155 (p. 95), 156, 171, 195, 225, 231 (p. 136), 259 (pp. 147 149), 260, 270-1, 315, 324 (p. 183), 327 (2), 331, 334, 342, 353, 363, 385, 390, 402 (pp. 237-8), 416 (p. 245), 418, 425 (p. 250), 435, 450, 487 (pp. 295-6), 531, 538ii., 539, 566, (pp. 327, 8), 570, 573, 582-3, 592 (p. 343), 594-602, 612-13, 624, 631-2, 661, 684-5, 688, 692, 695, 701, 710, 718, 722 (p. 409), 736, 741, 748, 754, 759, 763, 784, 792, 795, 798, 803, 820, 845, 853, 866, 877, 879, 891, 894, 933-4, 944, 954-6, 973 :—g. 475 (8)
-, II. 19, 27, 39, 41, 55, 63 (p. 31), 83, 88-9, 94, 101, 118, 121, 130, 132, 134 (pp. 73-4), 135, 156, 163, 175, 179 (2), 184, 192, 199, 211 (p. 110), 223-5, 231 (pp. 127, 130), 232, 234, 245, 248, 254, 266, 280, 283, 303-4, 311-12, 321 (p. 181), 333-5, 339, 345 (p 194), 353, 370 (pp. 204-5), 379, 432, 438, 446, 457-8, 463, 488, 513, 516, 546 (pp. 291, 295, 312, 316, 320, 324-32, 335-7, 339-40, 343, 346-7, 350-1, 353, 359-60, 362, 364, 368-9, 376-7) :—App. 4, 14 :—g. 241 (6).

-, -, letters from, I. 33, 57, 91-2, 133, 140, 172, 184, 194, 198, 209-10, 213, 219, 258, 277-8, 302, 318, 323, 389, 400, 409-10, 432, 479, 498, 534-5, 559-60, 606, 627, 675-6, 690, 700, 707, 729-30, 773, 806, 813, 836, 859, 914, 920, 968, 972
-, II. 2, 21, 29, 33, 57, 69, 70, 74-5, 84, 87, 93, 99, 100, 108, 155, 185, 191, 196, 212, 216, 256, 269, 279, 285, 314, 317, 324, 331, 394-5, 410, 413, 442, 450, 459, 473, 487, 504, 521.

-, -, letter from two members, II. 521.

-, -, letters to, I. 4, 13, 21, 48, 50, 59, 68, 75, 80, 97, 108, 112, 116, 120, 123, 127-8, 142, 146, 151, 155, 162, 180, 186, 200, 207, 214, 216, 228, 237, 249, 253, 256, 265, 274, 289, 295, 338, 345, 348, 354-5, 366-7, 370, 375, 378-9, 382, 418, 420, 422, 470, 485, 505, 510, 516, 524, 548, 554, 557, 562, 569, 572, 580, 586-7, 589, 592, 600, 619, 629, 640-1, 650, 655, 661, 666, 681, 686-7, 691, 699, 701-2, 711, 716, 727-8, 731, 743, 746-7, 750, 756, 770, 774, 786-7, 791, 796, 810, 814, 829, 844, 850, 868-70, 882, 884, 908-9, 942-3, 960, 962, 967, 979
-, II. 3, 5, 11, 18, 34, 50, 63, 92, 119-20, 136, 141, 144-5, 159, 170, 180, 188-9, 195, 204, 207, 220-2, 236, 244, 249, 262, 267, 270, 276-7, 281-2, 287-8, 302, 318-19, 323, 325, 343, 349, 359, 361, 377-8, 385, 408, 414, 417, 423, 426, 433-4, 443, 445, 453, 455, 461, 494, 502, 519, 522.

-, -, members left in London, letter from, I. 655, 661, 681, 699, 727-8, 746.

-, -, -, letter to, I. 675.

-, -, warrant by, II. 83.

-, -, record of proceedings, I. passim, the last entry being 933. (No entries in Part II.)

-, -, acting clerk. See Mason, J.

-, -, clerks of (two). See Mason, J.
-, Honnyng, Wm.

Counscough, Lanc. See Cunscough.

Counterfeit tokens (Act), II. 211 (p. 109).

Countours, the. See under London.

Courrieres (Corrieres, Currieres), Philip De Montmorency Sieur De, captain of the Emperor's Almain guard, envoy to England (Aug.—Nov. 1542), I. 44, 69, 544, 563, 608, 722 (p. 409), 731, 742, 756, 829, 878, 898, 931, 969.

Court
-, The, I. 3, 6, 44 (27-30), 63, 91 (p. 61), 123, 229, 284, 288-9, 315, 352 (9), 353, 371, 390 (pp. 227-8), 416, 482, 573, 585, 595, 632, 639, 645, 651, 665, 667-8, 674, 680, 694, 698-9, 706, 708, 726, 740, 746, 759, 761, 768, 779, 784, 792, 810, 823, 842, 877, 880, 886, 888, 902, 906, 917, 950, 956-7
-, II. 4, 101, 103, 121, 123, 134 (p. 74), 160, 197, 254, 308, 333, 348, 383, 426, 440-1, 458, 479, 488, 504, 530, 542, 546 (pp. 298,318, 327, 329, 331-3, 335, 350-1, 356, 370) :—App. 14.

-, -, bloodshed within (Act), II. 211 (p. 109).

-, -, proclamation against vagabonds, etc., II. 542.

Courte, Robt., I. g. 346 (37).

Courteney, Thos., II. 231 (p. 121).

Courteville, Glodoe, II. g. 107 (6).

Courthop, Jas., M.A., I. g. 474 (35).

Courtmaster, the [of the English merchants at Antwerp]. See Castelyn, W.

Coussy. See Coucy.

Couston, Leic. See Coston.

Cove. See Coif.

Covelentz. See Coblentz.

Coventry
-, I. p. 550 :—g. 623 (20)
-, II. 231 (pp. 119-20).

-, mayor of, I. g. 226 (9).

- cathedral priory (supp.), I. p. 550 :— g. 226 (79)
-, II. g. 107 (9).

- Charterhouse (supp.), I. 436 (f. 45) :— p. 550 :—g. 981 (20-1, 56)
-, II. g. 529 (23).

-, city gaol, I. g. 100 (30).

Coventry and Lichfield
-, bp. of. See Lee, R.
-, Sampson, R.

Coventry and Lichfield, bpric. of, I. 121, 234 :—g. 226 (12, 14), 346 (8, 31), 623 (2, 39, 44).

-, dean and chapter. See Lichfield cathedral.

Coverte, Margery, I. 436 (f. 2).

-, Ric., II. 231 (p. 123).

Covos, Francisco De Los, comendador mayor of Leon, I, 383 (4), 406, 471, 488, 709, 861, 876.

-, -, letters to, I. 861, 876.

-, -, signature of, I. 488.

Cowcy. See Coucy.

Cowden Knowes (Colden Knowes) laird of, II. 309.

Cowdingham. See Coldingham.

Cowdwall, John, II. g. 241 (16).

Cowes (East and West), I. of Wight, II. 231 (p. 128 bis).

Cowie (Cowey), in Scotland, I. 844.

Cowley, Oxon, I. g. 981 (20, 77).

Cowley, Robt., of Ireland, I. 927.

Cowper, in Scotland. See Cupar.

Cowper, —, II, 490.

-, Hen., II. g. 107 (56vii).

-, John, I. pp. 553, 557.

-, Ric., II. 231 (p. 119).

-, Thos., p. 553.

-, Wm., surveyor of woods in the Augmentations, I. 436 (ff. 71, 77)
-, II. 231 (pp. 123 ter., 124 quater).

-, Wm., I. g. 226 (38), 346 (3).

Cowpere. See Cupar.

Cowppe. See Cope.

Cowterellers. See Culter Allers.

Cowthorpe, Linc. See Cawthorpe.

Cowyche, Wilts, I. g. 226 (79 pp. 131-2).

Cowyke, Wm., II. g. 241 (32).

Cox (Cockes, Cokkes Cokes). Richard, D.D., afterwards bishop of Ely, II. 68 (p. 34), 546 (pp. 325, 328, 339, 350, 354, 357, 377).

Cox (Cockes), Ric., II. g. 241 (4).

- (Cokkes), Thos., vicar of Sturrey, II. 546 (pp. 341-2, 369).

- (Cockes), Wm., petty canon of Canterbury, II. 546 (pp. 304, 317, 323, 337, 369).

-, -, examination of, II. 546 (pp. 323, 369).

Coxsom. See Cockson.

Coxton. See Cockson.

Coxwall (Cokeshall, Coksall), Heref., I. g. 241 (27, 30).

Coxwold (Cookewold, Kukkold), Yorks., I. p. 557 :—g. 226 (66).

Coydrath lordship, in South Wales, I, g. 476 (9).

Coziesky, Sir John, a Polish envoy, II. 231 (p. 125).

Cracrofte, Eliz., I. g. 474 (33).

-, Ric., I. g. 623 (28), 802 (88).

-, Wm., I. g. 474 (33).

Cradock, Agnes, I. g. 346 (65).

-, Wm., I. g. 346 (65).

Crafford. See Crayford.

Cragge. See Craigie.

Craggye. See Craigie.

Cragie. See Craigie.

Cragnetham, in Scotland, II. 425.

Cragy, laird of. See Craigie.

Craigie
-, (Craggye, Chraigy, Cragy, Cragge, Craggy, Cragie), near Perth, John Rosse, laird of, Scottish prisoner, I. 2 (1, 2), 22, 61, 64 (p. 43), 436 (f. 87), 482 (p. 291), 805, 824, 834, 910, 945
-, II. 22 (p. 12), 74 (p. 38), 181, 231 (p. 126).

-, -, petition of, I. 824.

-, -, signature of, I. 945.

-, -, his brother, I. 910.

Crakehall (Crakhall), Yorks., I. g. 226 (66).

Crakenthorpe
-, (Crakanthorpe), Chr., I. p. 552
-, II. 195 (2,3), 231 (p. 120) :—g. 449 (17).

-, -, signature of, II. 195 (2, 3).

Crambroke. See Cranbrook.

Cramp-rings
-, I. 17, 436 (f. 82), 576
-, II. 231 (p.127).

Cranbrook (Cranebroke, Crambroke), Kent, II. 546 (p. 315, 378).

Crane, Robt., I. 832 (p. 467) :—g. 226 (8, 85).

-, Wm., I. 436 (f. 45) :—g. 623 (12)
-, II. 231 (p. 121).

Cranebroke, Kent. See Cranbrook.

Cranefelds, Beds. See Cranfield.

Craneham. See Cranham.

Cranemer. See Cranmer.

Cranfield (Cranefelds), Beds., I. g. 226 (38).

Cranham (Craneham), Glouc., I. g. 981 (56).

Cranmer, Thomas, abp. Of Canterbury, present in Council, I. 1, 15, 17, 47, 52, 72, 143, 148, 159, 165, 169, 175, 181, 206, 208, 244, 255, 257, 263, 267, 283, 287, 292, 299, 320, 322, 328, 330, 333, 337, 360, 362, 377, 384, 388, 392-4, 399, 401, 405, 450, 463, 466, 478, 497, 500, 515, 518, 521, 533, 558, 565, 568, 578, 618, 624, 630, 644, 648, 654, 660, 668, 674, 680, 683, 689, 693, 698, 706, 715, 720, 726, 784, 795, 808, 819, 823, 841.

-, -, letters to, II. 59, 504, 546 (pp. 313, 318, 321, 338, 343, 347, 353, 304, 368, 371, 373, 377-8).

-, -, handwriting of, II. 546 (passim).

-, -, mandate by, II. 66.

-, -, signature of, I. 91 (2), 184, 498, 655, 661, 699, 727 :—g. 981 (63).

-, -, other references to, I. 66 (29, c. 37), 365, 570, 609, 832 (pp. 467-9), 854, 873 :—p. 550 :—g. 100 (21), 226 (12), 346 (8), 474 (27), 623 (2), 981 (36)
-, II. 66, 231 (pp. 118, 123), 546.

-, -, his apparitor. See Burges, W.

-, -, his brother-in-law, II. 504n, 546 (p. 329).

-, -, his chancellor, II. 546 (pp. 366, 372).

-, -, his commissary. See Nevinson.

-, -, his sister, II. 546 (pp. 329, 330, 359.)

-, -, -, her daughter (wife of Nevinson), II. 546 (p. 330).

-, -, his steward. See Markham.

Cranmer
-, (Cranemer), Daniel, I. p. 554
-, II. 546 (p. 299).

-, Edmund, archdeacon of Canterbury, II. 546 (p. 300).

Crateford, Hugh, clk., I. g. 981 (35).

-, Humph., I. g. 981 (35).

-, Mary. I. g. 981 (35).

Craton castle, in Scotland, II. 181.

Craultons manor, Bucks, I. g. 623 (18).

Crawe, Jas., I. p. 556.

Crawford (Crayforde) Magna, Dors., II. g. 449 (1).

Crawford (Crayforde), earl of, I. 827 (p. 465).

Crawford (Crawforthe, Crawfurthe), captain of, I. 2 (2), 805 (p. 458).

Crawford (Crawfurde), Edw., a Scot, I. 682.

Crawfordjohn castle, in Scotland, II. 361.

Cray, North-, Kent. I. p. 557.

Crayford
-, Kent, alias Eard, I. g. 623 (92)
-, II. g. 241 (7).

Crayford (Crafford), Guy, I. g. 226 (60).

Crayforde. See Crawford.

Craythorne, Jas., I. g. 623 (8).

Creaton (Credon, Creton), Ntht., II. g. 107 (55).

Crechtoun. See Crichton.

Credon, Ntht. See Creaton.

Creeping the Cross on Good Friday, II. 546 (pp. 293-5, 330-1, 304, 307-8).

Cremona
-, in Italy, I. 688, 739, 782
-, II. 73.

-, letters dated at, I. 723, 738.

Cremuel. See Cromwell.

Crequi (Kerquey, Kerkey), Mons. de, I. 249, 557, 562, 569.

Crerkenwell (i.e. Clerkenwell). See under London.

Cresaker or Cresacre, near Ardres, I. 569, 574.

Cressingham Parva, Norf., II. g. 449 (4).

Cressy, in France, II. 242.

Creswell, Edw., II. 530.

-, Ric., I. 832 (p. 467)

Crethen, commotc of, I. p. 551

Creton, Ntht. See Creaton.

Crevecoeur (Crevecure), in Cambresis, II. 337, 345 (p. 194), 380, 384.

-, letter dated at, II. 365.

Crewenne, Cornw. See Crowan.

Crewkerne (Crokhorn), Soms., I. g. 100 (30).

Cribhede, on the Scottish Border, II. 538.

Crichton
-, (Crechtoun, Crighton), William lord, of Sanquhare, I. 281 (p. 159), 671, 945
-, II. 491.

-, -, signature of, I. 945.

Crichton, Robt., bp. of Dunkeld, I. 801.

Crighton. See Crichton.

Crimibilhome, Ric., I. g. 623 (79).

Crippes (Cryppys), Mr., II. 546 (p. 367).

- (Cryppys), Hen., II. 546 (p. 362).

- (Cripps), Ric., I. g. 623 (23).

Crispe, Thos., I. g. 226 (79 p. 131).

Crissope. See Kershope.

Croatia and the Croats (Curvates), II. 163.

Crocher, Hen., I. g. 226 (79 p. 131).

-, Wm., I. g. 226 (79 p. 131).

Crodon (Croyden, Croydon), in Brittany, I. 40 (2), 91 (3).

Croenton, Lanc. See Cronton.

Crofte, George, I. 237.

Croftes, Sir Edw., I. g 100 (22), 226 (27-8, 84).

Crofton, Yorks, II. g. 449 (47), 981 (9, 19).

Crofton Bridge, Bucks, I. g. 226 (79 p. 131).

Croisic (Crosewyke) or Le Croisic, in Brittany, I. 456.

Croke, John, II. 231 (p. 120).

Crokeham, Berks. See Crookham.

Crokeker, John, I. g. 226 (79 p. 131).

Crokhorn, Soms. See Crewkerne.

Crombesymons. See Croom, Earls-.

Cromer
-, Walter, M.D., alias Abercrombie (Alber Cromy), King's physician, I. 436 (f. 65), 834 :—g. 226 (79 p. 132)
-, II. 231 (p. 121).

Cromwell
-, (Cremuel, Crumwell), Sir Ric., alias Williams, captain of the horsemen of the army in Flanders, I. 831, 832 (pp. 466, 468), 960, 979 :—p. 549 : —g. 474 (11)
-, II. 12, 13, 43, 65, 92, 129, 187, 231 (p. 120), 267, 325, 389 :— App. 14.

-, -, signature of, II. 12, 43, 65, 129, 187, 267, 325.

Cromwell, Thomas, Earl Of Essex (executed 29 July, 1540), I. 646 :—pp. 555, 557 :— g. 346 (62), 802 (54), 981 (16, 20, 29, 45, 83)
-, II. 231 (pp. 119, 122, 125, 128, 131) : —g. 107 (28).

Cronton (Croenton), Lanc., II., g. 107 (1).

Crookham (Crokeham), Berke., I. g. 981 (20-1).

Croom, Earls-, alias Croom Symondes (Crombesymons), Wore., II. g. 449 (8).

Cropton, Yorks., II. g. 327 (1).

Cros. See Crosse.

Crosby Banke, Westmld., II. g. 107 (8).

Crosby Ravensworth
-, (C. Ravenswath, C. Raventhwayte), Westmld., I. g. 981 (26)
-, II. g. 241 (14).

Crosewyke. See Croisic.

Crosier, Clement, I. 888, 921.

-, Ector, I. 571.

-, Edde, I. 571.

-, Felpe, I, 571.

Crosiers
-, the Scottish Border family, I. 153, 567, 571, 580, 592
-, II. 318-19, 461.

Crossbows and hand-guns (Act), II. 211 (p. 109).

Crosse, Eliz., I. g. 981 (56).

-, (Cros), John, cellarer, of Christchurch, Canterbury, II. 546 (pp. 297, 303).

-, John, I. g. 981 (68).

-, Robt., I. p. 556.

-, Thos., I. 436 (f. 52).

Crosses, casting down of, I. 420.

Crotoy, Crotoye, or Crottoy. See Le Crotoy.

Crouche. See Crowche.

Croughton. See Crowelton.

Crowan (Crewenne), Cornw., I. p. 555.

Crowccheleye. See Crucheley.

Crowche (Crouche), Wm., II. g. 107 (30), 449 (49).

Crowdale alias Crowdishole manor, Hants, II. g. 107 (39).

Crowelton or Croughton, Ntht., I. g. 981 (56, 86).

Crowland (Croyland), Linc., I. p. 554.

-, abbey (supp.) I. 436 (pp. 28, 55) :— pp. 547, 554 :—g. 981 (49), II. 231 (pp. 122-3) :—g. 107 (9, 39).

-, -, abbot. See Bridges, J.

Crown Lands, commission for sale of, I. g. 623 (29).

-, a survey of, I. 436 (f. 75).

Croxden (Croxeden, Croxston), Staff., abbey (supp.), I. g. 346 (65), 981 (53, 63).

Croxston. See Croxden.

Croxton
-, (Croxston), Leic., abbey (supp.), I. g. 981 (14)
-, II. 231, (p. 122).

Croy, Adrien De, Sieur De Roeulx, q.v.

Croyden, or Croydon, in Brittany. See Crodon.

Croydon
-, Surr., I. pp. 546, 555
-, II. 546 (p. 322, 349, 375).

-, letter dated, II. 66.

Croyland. See Crowland.

Cruche, Hen., II, g. 107 (48).

Crucheley (Crowccheleye), Eliz., I. 436 (f. 4).

Cruciger, Gaspar, letter from, I. 653.

-, letter to, I. 590.

Crues, Agnes, I. g. 474 (34).

Crumwell. See Cromwell.

Cruse, -, II. 546 (p. 296).

-, Laur., I. g. 802 (55).

Crusshe, Robt., I. g. 802 (39).

Cryche, Hen., II. 231 (p. 120).

Cryke, co. Glamorgan, II. g. 107 (19).

Crykener, Erasmus, II. 231 (p. 120).

Cubley, Yorks. II. g. 107 (8, 45).

Cucking stool, I. 440.

Cudderston, Soms. See Cothelstone.

Cuddington, Ric., I. 832 (p. 467).

Cuerersich, in Juliers, II. 126.

Culme St. Denis. See Coln St. Denis.

Culmere, Hants, I. g. 226 (75).

Culne. See Coln.

Culpeper, Sir Alex., I. 66 (c. 37).

-, Eliz., I 66 (c. 37).

-, J. II. 546 (p. 318).

-, Mary, II. 231 (p. 123).

-, Thos., attainted, I. g. 802 (53).

-, Thos., I. 66 (c. 37), 832 (pp. 467, 469 bis)
-, II. 231 (p. 123 bis).

Culross abbey, in Scotland, II. 128.

-, abbot of. See Colvile, J.

Culter Allers (Cowterellers), near Biggar, in Scotland, II. 339.

Culworth, Ntht., I. g. 226 (79).

Cumberland, I. 645, 800 :—g. 623 (56, 95), II. 236-7.

-, sheriff of, I. 645
-, II. g. 449 (79). See Salkelde, Thos. (1543-4).

Cumberland
-, Henry Clifford, Earl Of (died 1543), I. 19, 69, 451 :—g. 623 (40)
-, II. 231 (p. 120).

-, -, signature, I. 61.

Cumberland
-, Henry Clifford Earl Of (1543), I. g. 623 (40)
-, II. 517.

-, -, livery of lands to, I. g. 623 (40).

Cumnock, in Scotland. See Dunbar, Alex.

Cunningham, Alex., eldest son of the earl of Glencairn, I. 61.

- (Cwnyngame), John, of Caprington, signature of, I. 945.

-, Robert, younger son of the earl of Glencairn, I. 61.

-, Wm., earl of Glencairn, q.v.

Cunnisburgh. See Conisborough.

Cunscough (Counscough), Lanc., II. g. 107 (1).

Cuny. See Coni.

Cupar (Cowpere) abbey, in Scotland, I. 26 (3).

-, Donald Campbell, abbot of (Cupron'), I. 281, 945
-, II. 188, 476, 491.

-, -, signature of, I. 945.

Cupper, —, collector of subsidy, I. 24.

-, Ric., I. g. 100 (32).

-, Thos., I. 15.

Cupron. See Cupar.

Curfford, Ric., II. g. 449 (38).

Currieres. See Courrieres,

Curry Mallett (Corymalet), Soms., I. g. 346 (39).

Cursebeck, in Juliers, II. 126.

Curson, David, I. 436 (f. 4).

-, Ric., I. g. 226 (25), 474 (32).

-, Robt., I. 832 (p. 467) :—g. 100 (21).

-, Thos., II. 530.

Curtes, Robt., I. g. 981 (85).

Curthop', Anne, I. g. 623 (48).

Curvates. See Croatia.

Curwen, Chr., I. g. 623 (95).

-, John, serjeant at arms, II. g. 327 (4).

- (Coren), Ric., King's almoner, archd. of Colchester, &c. (died 1543), I. g. 346 (52, 62), 474 (3).

-, Sir Thos. (died 1543), II. 195 (2, 3), 332, 395.

-, -, signature of, II. 195 (2, 3).

Cusake
-, Sir Thomas, master of the Rolls in Ireland, signature of, I. 541, 550-3, 650, 721
-, II. 455.

-, -, other references, I. 848.

Cusop (Cosop), Heref., II. g. 449 (7).

Cust, co. Carmarthen, I. p. 556.

Cutler, —, I. g. 981 (99).

Cutupstrete. See under Canterbury.

Cwnyngame. See Cunningham.

Cycell. See Cecil.

Cymay. See Chimay.



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