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'Index: C', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 21 Part 2: September 1546-January 1547 (1910), pp. 537-571. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=80897 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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Cables, i. 108, 218, 643 (f. 64), 1334.

Cabourn (Caborne, Cayburne, Chaborne), Linc, i. 760:— g. 302 (10); ii. g. 476 (96).

Cadam, covenant of. See Kaaden.

Cadcote, Soms. See Catcote.

Caddenham, Wilts. See Cadnam.

Cade, Hen., i. 936.

-, Robt., i. 936.

Cadiz (Caliz), in Spain, 789:— g. 149 (3).

Cadland (Cadlond), Hants, ii. g. 200 (34), 476 (p. 245).

Cadnam (Caddenham). Wilts, i. g. 149 (40).

Cadney, John, ii. g. 648 (22).

Cadye, Thos., ii. g. 332 (56).

Cadyswalhed, Lanc. See Cudishead.

Caen (Camp), in Normandy, ii. 608.

Caerlaverock (Carlaveroke), castle, in Scotland, i. 36, 393, 959.

Caerleon (Kaerlyon), co. Monm., i. g. 718 (11).

Caern. See Carne.

Caersai (Coursall), co. Pembroke, i. p. 780.

Cage, —, i. 678.

Cahir (Kayre), baron of. See Butler, Sir Thomas.

Caignaert, Eustace, i. 1080.

Caill. See Kail.

Caister, Linc. see Castor.

Caithness (Catteneste, Caitnes, Catnes, Katnes), bp. of. See Stewart, R.

Caithness, earl of, i. 1363.

Cake, Thos., ii. g. 648 (22).

Cakemuir (Caukmore), in Cranston parish, Scotland, laird of. See Wauchope, E.

Calabrensis, Tiberius. See Tiberio.

Calabroza, Jehan Domingo, an Italian soldier, ii. 54.

Calais (Caleis, Caleyes, Calles, Calys, Callaice, Calleis, Callys, Callais, Cales), i. 8 (p. 4), 9, 26, 37, 47, 72, 90, 94–5, 105–7, 112 (2), 122, 126, 128, 143, 147 (1, 2), 164, 169–72, 177, 189, 195, 205, 220, 228, 257–8, 262, 274, 283, 296, 330–3, 337, 342–3, 347, 350, 356, 360, 367 (p. 179), 368–9, 372–3, 378, 392, 395, 397, 407, 409, 411, 423, 425, 435, 439 (pp. 207–8), 455–8, 473 (p. 222), 474, 484, 486, 488–9, 491, 509, 519, 523–4, 525, 530, 540–1, 553, 556–7, 559, 566, 569–71, 580–1, 583, 585, 589, 591, 606–7, 610 (1, 2), 620, 643 (ff. 71–4), 651 (2), 653, 659, 673, 680, 682, 700, 732, 742, 759, 764–5, 768, 779–80, 822, 825, 838, 841, 844 (4), 858, 863, 880, 883, 925, 937–9, 941, 946, 972, 981, 989, 1016, 1019, 1029–30, 1033, 1044, 1058, 1062, 1065, 1069, 1091, 1094, 1103, 1155, 1160, 1189, 1207, 1222, 1271, 1274, 1322, 1328, 1354, 1365, 1373, 1379, 1395 (2), 1415, 1420–1, 1444, 1452, 1464, 1487, 1492, 1507, 1514, 1528, 1530:— g. 302 (27), 1166 (35), 1537 (9); ii. 5, 27, 46–7, 73, 83, 115, 118, 134, 137–8, 141, 150–1, 153, 155 (p. 65), 206, 234, 236, 244, 246, 255 (p. 121), 259, 289, 345, 354, 426–7, 448, 465, 489, 505, 585, 651, 730, 735, 755, 775 (ff. 82, 84–5, 87, 91, 93):— pp. 438, 461, 472:— g. 200 (50), 332 (8), 771 (1), 773 ii. (18).

-, grant dated at, ii. g. 773 i. (14).

-, letters dated at, i. 12–14, 158, 449, 459, 464, 471, 507, 598–9, 632–3, 639, 660–1, 670–1, 677, 681, 690–1, 710–12, 723–4, 762, 771–2. 777, 784–6, 792, 805, 816, 855–6, 861, 879, 941, 1140, 1281; ii. 9, 21, 25, 29, 47–8, 65–6, 110, 142, 186, 252, 327, 335–7, 339, 353, 367, 375, 447.

-, bailiff of, ii. 233.

-, chief mason of, i. g. 302 (3). See Wright, J.; Baker, W.

-, clerk of works, i. g. 302 (4). See Barwell, T.

-, commissary of, i. 620.

-, comptroller, i. 1379. See Hall, F.

-, Council of, letters to, i. 42, 70, 310, 1106 ii.

-, -, clerk, ii. g. 332 (5). See Wade, A.; Traves, S.

-, -, other references, i. 11, 90, 100, 113, 133, 177, 261, 334, 355, 471, 507, 570, 719, 792, 1093, 1445, 1536 (20); ii. 141, 244, 592, 647 (19), 724.

-, customer of wools and woolfells, ii. g. 332 (4).

-, deputy of, ii. 770 (59). See Cobham, lord.

-, "fines and bill money of strangers," ii. g. 332 (8).

-, garrison, ii. 724.

-, -, statement, ii. 722.

-, gentleman porter, ii. g. 476 (14). See Okyngdon, W.; also Rokewood.

-, lieutenant of the castle. See Braye, Sir E.

-, maps of, ii. pp. 462–3.

-, marshal, i. 620.

-, master of Ordnance. See Blount, Ric.; also Browne, G.

-, mayor of, ii. 724

-, porter or knight porter. See Wentworth, Sir N.

-, postmaster. See Touchet, T.

-, retinue (horsemen, garrison, soldiers, spears), i. 100, 587, 1414; ii. 109, 475 (5, 40, 85), 722, 775, (f. 87).

-, searcher of, i. 301 (11):— g. 504 (14). See Bartlett; also Pole, W.

-, staple of. See Staple.

-, surveyor of. See Petite, T.; also Lee, Sir R.; also Lelegrave, W.

-, surveyor of victuals. See Boys, T.; Dunne, R.

-, treasurer, i. 1379. See Wotton, Sir E.

-, victualling of, i. 8, 42, 48, 54, 64, 65 (p. 27), 79, 185, 382–3, 405, 414, 428, 432, 470, 538, 552, 566, 605, 643 (f. 64), 768, 1106 ii., 1357, 1454; ii. 29, 58, 66, 141–2, 301, 592, 672, 724, 775 (f. 92).

-, -, statement of remainders, ii. 724.

-, waterbailiff, i. g. 1537 (9).

Anderne bulwark, ii. 722.

Arde Plashe, ii. p. 462.

Balingham (Ballingham), ii. g. 332 (33).

-, rector. See Hall, T.

Balingham (Bavelingham) bulwark, i. 1530 (p. 757); ii. 722.

Balingham Plashe, ii. p. 462.

Boleyngate, i. g. 302 (5).

Bootes bulwark, i. 90; ii. 722.

Calkewell rectory, i. g. 1166 (69).

Camp or Campen, i. 1014.

-, Treaty of. See under Camp.

Castle, i. 90; ii. 722.

-, captain. See Bray, Sir E.

Cawsey, i. 489.

Clayshoyl Plashe, ii. p. 462.

East Pale or Marches, i. 261, 342–3.

Exchequer, ground plan, ii. p. 457.

Guisnes Plashe, ii. p. 463.

Hammes Plashe, ii. p. 463.

Harvy bulwark, ii. 722.

Haven, i. 816.

-, drawing of the harbour, ii. p. 463.

Hofkirk, ii. g. 332 (33).

Low Country, i. 499, 507, 520, 1092 (2), 1093; ii. 722.

Marke, i. 259, 599; ii. p. 463:— g. 648 (23).

Mark and Oye, bailiff of, ii. g. 648 (32). See Bourchier, Jas.; also Bourchier, Geo. (1546).

Mayne brook or river, ii. 258.

Melbo Plashe, ii. p. 463.

Nele chapel in Calkewell, i. g. 1166 (69).

Newneham Bridge, T. 359, 651 (2), 793, 1092 (2), 1093, 1228:— g. 1166 (35); ii. 475 (40), 722.

-, captain i. 359. See Dawtrey, Sir F.

Oye (Ow) church and castle, ii. p. 463.

Red Chamber, ii. p. 463.

Ruysbank (Risebank) castle, i. 193, 651 (2); ii. 722:— pp. 461, 463.

-, captain of, i. g. 302 (47). See Somerset, Sir G.

St. Nicholas, i. g. 302 (5).

St. Tricat (Saynctercace), parson of, ii. g. 200 (47).

Sandgate, ii. p. 463.

-, parsonage, i. 1536 (45):— g. 1537 (6).

Sandingfield or St. Inglebert, i. 489.

Scales Cliff (Skalys Klevys), i. 816.

Wael and Waeldam, ii. p. 463.

Whetfelde (Wettfold) Plashe, ii. p. 463.

Calais, John of (à Calleys), i. 499 (2).

Calard. See Callard.

Calavrese, Annibal, ii. 306.

Calbecke, Cumb. See Caldbeck.

Calcers, Suff. See Causers.

Calcon, Robt., i. g. 504 (1).

Calcote, Beds. See Caldecote,

Calcottes, Lanc, i. g. 1383 (66); ii. 712 ix.

Caldbeck Upton (Calbeck Uppeton), Cumb., i. g. 716 (20), 970 (62).

Caldecote (Calcote), Beds, ii. g. 332 (57).

Caldecote (Caldcot), Herts, i. p. 772.

Caldecotes manor, Essex, i. g. 149 (40 bis), 302 (65 p. 153).

Calder, Cumb., i. 963 (44).

Calder, the young laird of, ii. 475 (71), 500 (? "gentleman").

Caldew, the Cumberland river, i. g. 716 (20).

Caldon, Staff., i. g. 149 (39).

Caldwell, near Bedford, priory (supp.), i. 1280 (f. 7):— g. 476 (96), 648 (51); ii. 199 (64):— p. 441.

Caldwell (Caldwall), Derb., i. g. 149 (39); ii. g. 332 (76).

Caldwell, Agnes, ii. g. 771 (18).

Calehill, Kent, i. p. 773.

Calenberg (Calebourg), in Denmark, ii. 359.

Calestoune, in Ireland. See Coolestown.

Calewarde, Wm, i. 93.

Calewey. See Kelway.

Caleyes. See Calais.

Calfelde, Ralph, ii. 770 (11):— g. 771 (8).

Calf skins, export of, i. g. 149 (10); ii. g. 332 (66), 648 (60).

Calgarth park, Westmld., ii. g. 771 (12).

Caliz. See Cadiz.

Calizia, in Spain. See Gallicia.

Callard (Calard), —, captain at Boulogne, i. 300 (2), 499 (1, 2), 1092.

Calleisor Calles. See Calais.

Calmady, Ric, i. 1280 (f. 28).

Calne, Wilts, i. g. 149 (40).

Calsdown, Devon, ii. g. 771 (7).

Calstock (Castocke), Cornw., i. 643 (f. 81).

Calston, Henryk, i. 1452.

Calstone, Wilts, i. g. 149 (40).

Calthorp, Edw., ii. g. 771 (30).

Calthrop, Ph., i. 91 (Suff.); ii. g. 771 (30).

Calton, Ntht. See Cotton.

Calton in Malhamdale, Yorks., i. g. 1383 (66).

Calton, Marg., i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581); ii. g. 332 (91).

-, Thos., i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581); ii. p. 438:— g. 332 (91).

Calveley (Calvelegh), Chesh., ii. 433.

Calveley, Sir Hugh, ii. p. 436.

-, Hugh, i. 1165 (95).

Calverley, Wm., i. g. 718 (4 p. 357).

Calvin, John, the Reformer, i. 132.

Calvo (Calve), Cumb., ii. p. 439.

Calys. See Calais.

Calys, John, i. g. 970 (62 p. 489).

Cam (Came, Camme), Glouc, i. 646 (2):— g. 302 (65 p. 153).

Cambell, Robt., ii. g. 476 (96, 107 p. 248).

Camber (Chambere), the, beside Rye, Suss., i. 659.

Camber Nassh. See Dunge Ness.

Cambray, i. 65, 83 (p. 35), 578.

-, meeting or diet of French and Imperial commissioners at, i. 83 (p. 35), 212 (p. 104), 270, 315, 454, 465, 515, 558.

Cambray, Treaty of (5 Aug. 1529), i. 8 (p. 5), 71, 615.

Cambridge, chantries, valor of, i. 299.

-, high steward of the town, ii. 556.

-, mayor and aldermen, ii. 333–4.

-, -, letter to, ii. 334.

-, Grey Friars (supp.), ii. g. 648 (51 p. 344).

-, St. Clement's chantry, i. 299.

-, St. Mary's, or Great St. Mary's, i. 299; ii. g. 648 (51).

-, St. Mary's without Trumpington Gate, i. 299.

-, St. Michael's, ii. g. 648 (51).

-, St. Sepulchre's alias the Round Church, i. 299.

-, Sturbridge chapel, 299.

-, University chapel, i. 299.

Cambridge University, i. 68, 101, 152, 203–4, 244, 279, 357, 643 (ff. 37, 85, 92), 1065, 1167; ii. 52, 320, 333-4, 572, 775 (ff. 85, 92, 98, 108–9).

-, letters from, i. 203–4.

-, letter to, i. 279.

-, beadmen, i. 963 (136).

-, colleges and chantries in, i. 68.

-, -, survey, i. 148 (78), 299.

-, complaint against the town, ii. 572.

-, divinity lecturer, i. 963 (39).

-, "higable" rent, ii. g. 648 (51 p. 344).

-, high steward, i. 357; ii. 556. See Norfolk, duke of. Christ's College, i. 299.

Clare Hall, i. 299.

Corpus Christi College, alias Benet College, i. 299n, 299; ii. p. 438:— g. 648 (51 p. 344).

Gonvill or Gunvill (Gunwyll) Hall, i. 299; ii. g. 648 (43, 51 p. 344).

-, deed by, ii. 320 (2).

Holy Trinity College, i. 299.

Hovynges Inn, ii. g. 648 (43).

Jesus College, i. 299; ii. g. 648 (51 p. 344).

King's College ("Royal College of St. Mary and St. Nicholas"), i. 299; ii. g. 771 (30).

-, plans for the chapel, ii. p. 454. King's Hall, i. 148 (15), 299; ii. 320:— g. 648 (43, 51).

-, surrender of, ii. 320.

Michael House or St.

Michael College, i. 299; ii. g. 648 (43, 51).

-, surrender of, ii. 320 (3).

Pembroke College or hall, i. 299.

Peter house or college, i. 299.

-, the master's horse, i. 822, 824.

Physic Inn (Pyhswyck, Phisyck, Fyswycke inn, Fysyckehostell), ii. 320 (2):— g. 648 (43).

-, surrender of, ii. 320 (2).

Queen's College, i. 299.

St. John's College, i. 299; ii. g. 648 (51 p. 344).

St. Katharine's Hall, i. 299.

St. Mary Magdalen college, i. 299.

Trinity College, ii. 647 (25).

-, endowment, ii. g. 648 (51).

-, foundation, ii. 331 (29, 30):— g. 648 (43).

Cambridgeshire, i. 643 (f. 69), 1065, 1384 (p. 695):— p. 771:— g. 302 (30), 970 (32); ii. 556:— g. 773 i. (12).

-, escheators, ii. g. 773.

-, musters in, i. 91 (1, 2).

-, (and Hunts), sheriff of, ii. 472. See Allington, Sir G. (1545–6); Taylor, Sir L. (1546–7).

Cambuskenneth, Alex. abbot of, i. 555, 902, 1170, 1196.

Camelton, Beds. See Campton.

Camely (Canley), Soms., ii. p. 434.

Camerino, Duke of. See Farnese, O.

Camerlengo, Cardinal. See Sforza.

Cameron, Ewin Allane, of Lochiel, letter from, i. 138.

Camerons, the Scottish clan (Clanchamrown), i. 114.

Camfere. See Veere.

Camois Court, Suss., i. g. 970 (60).

Camp (near Calais), Treaty of (7 June, 1546), between England and France, i. 1014–5, 1018, 1024–5, 1028–9, 1033, 1038–9, 1047, 1050, 1053, 1055, 1058, 1070 (1, 4), 1076, 1081, 1083, 1090, 1093, 1106, 1110, 1112, 1116, 1124, 1129–30, 1136, 1144, 1167, 1177 (2), 1185–6, 1194, 1213, 1215, 1218–9, 1227, 1240, 1243, 1253, 1255, 1260, 1263, 1266, 1271, 1278, 1201–2, 1294, 1298, 1307, 1310, 1315, 1318, 1323, 1329, 1346, 1358, 1365, 1368, 1371–2, 1377, 1382 (55–6), 1390, 1394–5, 1398, 1423, 1427–9, 1456, 1459, 1461, 1464, 1467, 1469, 1471, 1474, 1486, 1504, 1518, 1525; ii. 14 (pp. 6, 7), 19, 47, 49, 69, 77, 89, 92, 109, 107, 122, 124, 138, 142, 144 149, 162, 189, 211, 241, 245, 254, 255 (p. 121), 258, 277, 289, 309, 330, 346, 359–60 380, 392, 415, 422, 428, 443, 451, 455, 459, 478, 500, 513–4, 521, 577 ii., 609, 619, 651, 740 743.

-, -, commissioners under the 1lth article (debt of 500,000 cr.) i. 1220, 1315, 1395, 1398, 1464, 1490, 1515, 1530, 1536 (35–7); ii. 9, 21, 25, 29, 44, 46–7, 65, 89, 114–15, 117, 120–1, 129, 133–4, 137, 153, 160–1, 199 (32).

-, -, -, the French commission, i. 1515.

-, -, -, letter to the French commissioners, ii. 120.

-, -, Francis i.'s commissions to ask confirmation, i. 1240.

-, -, Henry VIII.'s ratification (with commissions, etc.), I. 1295.

-, -, oath of Henry VIII. and Francis i., i. 1318, 1329 (1–5), 1394, 1405, 1530.

-, -, text described, i. 1014.

Camp, in Normandy. See Caen.

Camp, the. See Ambleteuse.

Campadunum. See Kempten.

Campagni. See Compagni.

Campaigne. See Compiegne.

Campaigne, Campane or Campani, Ant. See Compagni.

Campbell, Archibald. See Argyle.

-, Hugh, of Loudoun, sheriff of Ayr, i. 1404, 1456; ii. 575.

-, (Campble), Sir John, of Lundy, i. 183, 1196, 1363, 1369, 1404, 1456; ii. 411, 429, 451, 575.

Campden, Broad, Glouc, ii. g. 772 (4).

Campden, Chipping, Glouc, ii. g. 772 (4).

Campe, Hugh, ii. g. 771 (37).

Camper, in the Netherlands. See Kampen.

Camper, John, i. 836, 845.

Camphier. See Veere.

Campion, Chr., ii. g. 771 (14).

-, Wm., i. g. 1537 (17).

Campo, John del, i. 946 (p. 464), 1386.

Camponell, Wm., i. 1280 (f. 5).

Campsey (Campessey), Suff., nunnery (supp.), ii. g. 476 (55).

Campton (? Camelton), Beds, ii. p. 434.

Campvere. See Veere.

Camseys (Camsex) Barnes, Essex, i. g. 1383 (18).

Canaples (Ganaples, Canapé), Mons. de, i. 837, 1185, 1292, 1348, 1352, 1384 (pp. 694, 697).

Canbarne, Devon, i. p. 771.

Canbie, Edw., ii. 181.

Cancefeld, John, priest, ii. 181.

Candissh. See Cavendish.

Candles, i. 126.

Canel, Nic, i. 187.

Canelas, Alonso de, i. 643 (f. 72).

Canewdon (Cannoudon), Essex, i. g. 1166 (72).

Canfield (Caneffilde), Essex, i. 643 (f. 85).

Canford, Dors., i. g. 970 (3); ii. p. 461.

Canfyre. See Veere.

Canil, Rog., ii. g. 771 (37).

Canley, Soms. See Camely.

Canne, Thos., i. 643 (f. 21).

Canner, Mr., surveyor at Westminster, i. 591, 1165 (34).

-, (Cannar), Dr. Thomas, prb. of Henry VIII.'s College, Oxford, i. 643 (f. 23):— p. 778; ii. 775 (ff. 31, 34, 83).

Cannochtson, James. See Isles, lord of.

Cannock Chace (Banock, Kank, Cankewoode, Cankebury, Cannokbury, Canke Chace), Staff., i. g. 149 (40); ii. 182:— g. 332 (76).

Cannon, John, i. g. 302 (65 p. 153).

Cannonby or Cross Cannonby (Croscannabye), Cumb., i. g. 149 (40), 302 (8).

Cannonsashby. See Canons Ashby.

Cannonwyck, Yorks., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Cannoudon, Essex. See Canewdon.

Cannynges, Wilts. See Allcannings.

Canon, Edw., ii. g. 476 (96, 107 p. 248).

-, John, ii. g. 648 (8).

Canonleigh. See Canons Leigh.

Canons Ashby (Cannonsashbye), Ntht., priory (supp.), i. 1280 (f. 9):— p. 775:— g. 1383 (89); ii. p. 441:— g. 332 (26), 771 (37 bis).

Canons Leigh (Canonleigh) abbey (supp.), in Burlescombe, Devon, i. 1280 (f. 28):— p. 781; ii. g. 200 (19).

Cant, John and Walter, Scots, i. 1502.

Cantelers or Cantelous prebend. See Kentish Town.

Canteley. See Cantley.

Canterbury (Cantorbury, Kaunterberrey), i. 93, 250, 467, 1396:— pp. 771, 780:— g. 302 (30); ii. 775 (f. 104):— g. 773 ii. (18).

Castle or gaol of, ii. g. 648 (15).

Christchurch Cathedral, i. 109, 650 (25):— g. 302 (51), 504 (17, 37, 47), 1166 (39).

-, almsman, i. 148 (49).

-, dean and chapter, ii. 775 (f. 104).

Christchurch Cathedral, letter to subdean and prebendaries, ii. 536.

-, preachers, ii. 536.

Christchurch Cathedral priory (supp.), i. 643 (f. 47), 1107:— g. 504 (35); ii. 775 (f. 64):— p. 438.

Eastbridge, ii. g. 200 (10).

Mint at, i. 650 (34); ii. g. 476 (93).

Palace, i. 919.

St. Augustine's abbey (supp.), i. 993:— pp. 769, 771–2, 775-6, 782:— g. 302 (65); ii. g. 200 (41), 648 (22).

St. Gregory's priory (supp.), ii. g. 200 (18, 50).

St. Mary Bredne, ii. g. 200 (41).

St. Paul's, i. 1280 (f. 40); ii. g. 648 (22).

St. Sepulchre's priory (supp.), ii. g. 200 (41).

St. Sepulchre's rectory, ii. g. 200 (41).

Westgate gaol, i. 748.

Canterbury, abp. of. See Cranmer, T.; also Warham, W.

Canterbury, abpric. of, i. g. 149 (6).

Canterbury, Province of, i. 273.

Canterbury (Cantourbury), Wm., i. 643 (f. 11); ii. 775 (f. 15).

Canterley manor, Norf., ii. g. 771 (30). Qu. Cantley?

Cantilupo. See Capilupo.

Cantley (Cantle), Yorks., ii. g. 332 (70).

Canteley or Cantley, John and Richard, ii. g. 648 (17).

Cantire. See Kintyre.

Cantrecelly (Cantercelly), in Wales, i. g. 1383 (21).

Cantrell, Geo., i. g. 1166 (73).

Cantwell, Wm., i. 290, 920, 922–3, 924; ii. 391.

Canwick (Canweyk), Linc, ii. g. 648 (22).

Canyow, Andrew, i. 1363–4.

Caorle, Egidius Falcetta bp. of, ii. 56.

Capell, Edw., i. g. 717 (4).

-, (Chappell), Sir Giles, i. 91 (Essex), 1384 (p. 695):— g. 717 (4); ii. 775 (f. 105).

-, Sir Henry, i. g. 717 (4); ii. 475 (47):— g. 476 (64).

-, -, Anne his wife, ii. g. 476 (64).

Capel le Ferne, Kent. See Marge.

Capes, John, i. 946; ii. 244.

Capford. Essex. See Copford.

Capicunadus. See Capucinadi.

Capilupo (Cantilupo), Camillo, Mantuan ambassador with Charles V., letters from, i. 634, 641, 674 (see Notes and Errata),

-, -, letter to, i. 604.

Capon, John, alias Salcot, bishop of Salisbury, i. g. 302 (30 bis), 970 (32); ii. 759, 775 (f. 111).

Capon, —, i. 363n, 844 (8).

Capons, i. 1384 (p. 696); ii. 426.

Capper, Eliz., ii. g. 332 (7).

-, Hugh, ii. g. 200 (19).

-, Matth., i. g. 1166(73 p. 581).

Capps, John, ii. 604.

Capriana, Cavaliere, of Ferrara, i. 1408.

Capron, Wm., ii. g. 200 (19).

Capua, prior of. See Strozzi, L.

Capuchin Order, commissary general of, i. 1164.

Capucinadi (Capicunadus), John de, Italian captain, i. 1302, 1382 (17); ii. 775 (f. 89).

Caraffa, Gio. Pietro, abp. of Chieti (Theatine), Cardinal, afterwards Pope Paul IV., ii. 277.

Caralcero, Gerard, i. 234.

Carbonel, Mr., i. 1397.

-, Lewis, i. 1397.

Carbrook (Kertbroke), Norf., i. p. 769.

Carburton (Carbarton), Notts, ii. g. 332 (50).

Carcano, Chr., alias Millayner, or Milliner, i. 1382 (8), 1536 (63–4); ii. 199 (19).

Carcolston, Notts, ii. g. 648 (62 p. 348, 85).

Carden. See Cawarden.

Cardeston (Kerdeston), Norf., ii. g. 648 (25), 773 i. (36).

Cardiff (Kaerdif), co. Glamorgan, i. g. 1383 (85).

-, Grey Friars or Friars Minors (supp.), ii. g. 772 (4).

Cardigan, town, ii. g. 648 (55).

Cardiganshire, i. g. 302 (30).

-, sheriffs (1544–7), ii. 472.

Cardinals, and their Sacred College and Consistory, i. 34, 409, 625, 852, 1287, 1294, 1310 ii., 1398, 1405, 1431, 1465; ii. 6, 277–9, 603.

-, letter to, ii. 6.

-, creation of, i. 10; ii. 507.

-, dean of. See Trani, Card.

Cardington, Beds, ii. g. 648 (51).

Cardmaker, Edw., ii. g. 322 (87).

-, John, alias Taylor, q.v.

Cardyff, Walter, 2nd justice of Common Pleas in Ireland, ii. g. 476 (43).

Care, Nic. See Carre.

Carell. See Caryll.

Carelton. See Carlton.

Carew (Cayrewe), co. Pembroke, ii. g. 332 (85).

Carew (Carowe), Lady, i. 969; ii. 199 (28).

-, Mr., prb. of Exeter, ii. 775 (f. 111).

-, (Carow), Mr., "Hacenes," i. 986.

-, Sir Edm., ii. g. 773 ii. (7).

-, (Carrewe, Carowe), Sir Gawen, i. 963 (52):— g. 302 (30 p. 147), 1383 (110); ii. 199 (21), 555 (4, 5), 775 (f. 109):— p. 435.

-, -, deposition by ii. 555 (5).

-, Sir George (drowned 19 July, 1545), i. 865:— g. 302 (47), 1383 (34).

-, Dame Mary, widow, i. g. 302 (7), 1166 (72).

-, Sir Nic. (executed 3 March, 1539), i. p. 781:— g. 302 (47), 1166 (20); ii. g. 648 (50).

-, (Carowe), Sir Peter, sheriff of Devon (1546–7), i. 986,1235:— g. 1383 (34, 110); ii. 472:— g. 332 (91), 773 ii. (3).

-, -, signature of, i. 1235.

-, Sir Ric, ii. p. 441.

-, (Carowe), Roger, ii. g. 648 (43, 51 p. 344).

-, Thos., captain of Ruysbank at Calais (1545–6), i. g. 302 (47).

-, Wm., i. g. 718 (4 p. 357).

-, Wymond, treasurer of First Fruits and Tenths, i. 24, 26, 84, 113, 116, 148 (72), 156, 171, 303, 309, 336, 353, 432, 635, 759, 769, 774, 884, 957, 961, 1022, 1041, 1057, 1086, 1124, 1302, 1397, 1424, 1512, 1516, 1536 (32, 60):— g. 302 (30), 1383 (110 bis); ii. 34 (p. 16), 134, 155, 331 (38), 548, 552, 618, 747, 770 (65):— g. 476 (107).

-, -, signature of, ii. 548, 552.

Carie. See Cary.

Carillo, Don Andreas, a Spaniard, i. 536.

Carisbrooke (Casebroke), i. of Wight, i. p. 775.

Carkeke, Wm., i. 791.

Carlaveroke. See Caerlaverock.

Carlehull (i.e., Carlisle) herald. See Warcopp, L.

Carlell. See Carlisle.

Carlesmoor (Carlesmore), Yorks., ii. g. 771 (37).

Carleton, Camb., ii. g. 332 (28).

Carleton, Cumb., ii. g. 476 (107).

Carleton, Norf., i. g. 1166 (58), 1383 (29); ii. g. 200 (24).

Carleton Rode, Norf., ii. g. 476 (p. 246).

Carlisle (Carlell, Carliell, Carlyle, Carlille), i. 269, 635, 937, 958, 1006:— g. 716 (20), 970 (46), 1166 (26, 73 p. 581); ii. 122, 181, 524, 695, 775 (f. 90):— p. 439:— g. 332 (91).

-, clerk of the ordnance, i. 36.

-, customer of. See Thompson, J.

-, maps and plans of, ii. p. 462.

Black Friars, ii. p. 462.

Caldewgate (Caldegate, Kalde Gate), i.g. 1166 (73 p. 581); ii. p. 462:— g. 332 (91).

Castle, i. 1516.

-, captain of. See Lowther, Sir J.

-, plan, ii. p. 462.

Cathedral (the "Abbey"), i. 963 (76); ii. 770 (75):— p. 462.

-, dean. See Salkeld, L.

-, dean and chapter, i. g. 1166 (26); ii. g. 771 (15).

Citadel at, captain. See Aglionby, E.

Grey Friars, ii. p. 462.

Market place, ii. p. 462.

Rykard Gate, ii. p. 462.

Spryngal Tower, ii. p. 462.

Carlisle, bp. of. See Aldridge, R.

Carlisle, John [Kite] bp. of, ii. g. 773 i. (33).

Carlisle herald. See Warcopp, L.

Carlisle (Carlyle), Hen., i. p. 784.

-, (Carlyll, Carlell), John, i. g. 718 (3); ii. 181.

-, (Carlyll), Ric, i. g. 970 (38).

-, (Carlell), Thos., i. 1279 (pp. 625–7, 629).

Carlos, Don, son of Philip, Prince of Spain, "Infante of Spain," i. 231 (p. 112), 515, 1292.

Carlow (Catherlagh), in Ireland, i. 915.

Carlowitz (Carolicius, Carol Wich), Christopher von, ambassador of Maurice of Saxony, i. 337; ii. 699 ii.

Carlton (Carleton), Beds. ii. g. 476 (96).

Carlton, Norf. See Carleton.

Carlton (Carleton), Notts, ii. g. 648 (62 p. 348).

Carlton (Carleton), Yorks., i. p. 779:— g. 1166 (66); ii. g. 648 (25 p. 334–5, 337).

Carlton Forehoe (Carleton Fourhowe), Norf., i. g. 1383 (29).

Carlton Husthwaite, Yorks., ii. g. 648, (51 p. 343).

Carlton le Moorland (Carleton juxta Basingham), i. 760.

Carlton (Carleton) Scroope, Linc, ii. g. 476 (98).

Carlton upon Trent (Carleton), Notts, ii. g. 476 (85).

Carlton or Carleton, Gerard, dean of Peterborough, ii. 775, (f. 113).

-, Jocosa, i. g. 1383 (110 p. 693).

-, John, receiver of the Augmentations, i. p. 768.

-, John, i. g. 1383 (110 p. 693); ii. 775 (f. 77).

-, (Carelton), Lancelot, i. 1279 (p. 626).

-, Thos., ii. 775 (f. 83).

Carlyle. See Carlisle.

Carmarthen (Carmerthen, Kermerden, Kaermerthen), in Wales, i. p. 782:— g. 970 (20).

-, charter to, i. 963 (99):— g. 970 (30).

-, priory (supp.), i. p. 782:— g. 970 (30).

Carmarthen (Kaermerthen), Old, i. g. 970 (30).

Carmarthenshire, i. g. 302 (30).

-, escheator, ii. g. 476 (34).

-, sheriffs of (1544–7), ii. 472.

Carmelite Friars, provincial of, delegate to the colloquy of Ratisbon, i. 501 (p. 237).

Carmichaell, David, i. 1363–4.

-, Peter, i. 1363–4.

-, Peter, of Balmadie, i. 1363–4.

Carmyllion (Crimillan), Ellis or Allesio, milliner, i. 1536 (44).

Carnaby (Kerneby), Yorks., i. g. 718 (3).

Carnaby (Carnabie), Cuthb., i. 814; ii. 333, 718 n.

-, (Carnabie), Kath., Ursula and Mabel, i. 148 (55).

-, Thos., escheator of Nthld., ii. g. 773 i. (p. 424).

Carnarvon (Caernarvon), N. Wales, i. g. 302 (55), 504 (5); ii. g. 332 (16).

Carnarvonshire, i. g. 302 (30), 718 (12).

-, sheriffs of (1544–7), ii. 472.

Carne (Caern, Cerne, Kerne, Keron), Sir Edward, LL.D., ambassador with Mary of Hungary, letters from, i. 345,407–8, 420–1, 453–4, 465, 495, 511–2, 521–2, 539–40, 556, 583, 614, 628–9, 663, 703, 794, 807, 846–7, 875, 882, 931–2, 983–4, 1038, 1069, 1090, 1097, 1144, 1231, 1282, 1312, 1355, 1390–1, 1409, 1437, 1443, 1459–60, 1480, 1499, 1513, 1532; ii. 16, 33, 55, 75–6, 112, 146, 176, 197, 214–5, 242, 257, 290, 297, 302, 456, 471, 489, 491, 510, 539, 565, 569, 593, 637, 668, 688, 716.

-, -, letters to, i. 65, 122, 332, 463, 534, 699, 777, 1053, 1106, 1429.

-, -, signature of, i, 8, 71 (3), 83, 212–3, 315, 317, 343, 982, 1056, 1089, 1096, 1143, 1230, 1311, 1458.

-, -, other references, i. 71, 261, 276, 312, 315, 330, 333, 337, 340, 347, 369, 375 (p. 182), 382–3, 422, 450, 455, 473, 497, 513, 531–3, 541, 545, 550 (p. 271), 552, 566, 569–70, 578, 580 (p. 282), 599, 605, 673, 701, 731, 735, 742, 768, 780, 795, 831, 933, 955, 963 (111), 985, 998, 1009–10, 1029, 1058, 1063, 1070, 1098, 1110, 1112, 1129, 1137–8, 1284, 1371, 1373, 1420–1, 1461, 1464, 1492, 1500; ii. 11, 14, 19, 42, 50, 72, 92, 96, 107, 188, 295, 308, 393, 483, 609, 690, 712 xv., 725:— g. 332 (83).

Carne, Joan, ii. g. 476 (p. 246).

-, John, ii. g. 476 (p. 246).

-, Ric., ii. g. 476 (p. 246).

-, (Kerne), Roger, ii. g. 200 (15).

Carnforth (Carneforde), Lanc, ii. g– 771 (12).

Carno, co. Montgom., ii. 537.

Carns. See Corens.

Carnwallan (Kearnollan, Karnollan), co. Carmarthen, i. g. 970 (20); ii. g. 476 (31).

Caroke, Wm., ii. p. 440.

Carolicius. See Carlowitz.

Carolo, John. See Affaitadi.

Carpenter, Ric., ii. 199 (88):— g. 476 (65).

-, (Carpynter), Walter, ii. g. 771 (7).

Carperby, Yorks., i. p. 782.

Carpi, Ridolfo Pio Cardinal of, i. 572, 852; ii. 277–8.

Carr or Carre, Hugh, i. g. 1383 (66).

-, Jas., i. g. 1166 (65).

-, (Kerre), John, captain of Wark, i. 804, 1279 (pp. 625–30), 1382 (72):— g. 970 (47), 1383 (109).

-, -, his son John, i. 1279 (p. 626–8).

-, John, i. g. 718 (4 p. 357); ii. g. 332 (91).

-, (Care), Nic, ii. g. 648 (43, 51 p. 344).

-, Ric., i. 1279 (pp. 628, 630).

-, Thos., i. 1279 (pp. 628–30).

-, Wm., ii. g. 476 (16).

Carr (Scottish surname). See Kerr.

Carrell. See Caryll.

Carrente, Ric., i. g. 302 (62).

Carreon. See Carrion.

Carrewe. See Carew.

Carrickfergus, in Ireland, drawing of ii. p. 472.

Carrik, Ric., i. 590.

Carrion, Diego Ortega de, i. 986.

-, John de, ii. 11.

-, (Carreon), Lopez de, a Spaniard, i. 759; ii. 239, 251, 546–7.

Carsewell. See Carswell.

Carsington, Oxon, ii. g. 773 i. (36).

Carsragwell. See Crossraguel.

Carssewell, Ellen and John, ii. g. 771 (7).

Carswell (Kersewell), Devon, i. g. 1537 (23); ii. g. 200 (9).

-, cell of, ii. g. 200 (9).

Cartebote, Steph., i. 1280 (f. 43).

-, Thos., i. p. 780; ii. p. 439.

Cartelege, John, ii. g. 476 (p. 248).

Carter, Edm., i. 643 (f. 51); ii. 775 (f. 68).

-, (Cartar), Joan, ii. g. 771 (7).

-, John, i.1280 (f. 38):— p. 778:— g. 1537 (23, 35); ii. 775 (f. 91).

-, Nic, ii. g. 773 i. (7).

-, (Cartar), Simon, ii. g. 771 (7).

-, Thos., i. 91 (Oxon); ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

Carthagena (Cartagena), in Spain, i. 1187.

Cartlynge, Camb., ii. p. 439.

Cartmell, Lanc, ii. 527.

Cartrote, Wm., ii. 199 (90).

Carvar, Ric., i. g. 149 (14).

-, Wm., i. g. 1389 (89); ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

Cary or Carye, Alice, i. g. 504 (28).

-, Gregory, i. g. 1537 (35).

-, Hen., i. 1235, 1382 (36).

-, -, signature, i. 1235.

-, John, of the Privy Chamber, i. 1382 (36), 1384 (p. 695).

-, (Carie), John, i. g. 504 (28); ii. p. 438.

-, Mary. See Boleyn, Mary.

-, Robt., i. g. 302 (30 p. 147).

-, Walter, i. g. 504 (28).

-, (Carie), Wm., i. 1382 (36):— g. 717 (12).

Caryll (Carrell, Carell), John, attorney of the Duchy of Lancaster, i. g. 302 (30 p. 147); 504 (9, 43), 1383 (63); ii. 775 (ff. 110, 112).

-, -, signature of, i. g. 504 (9, 43), 1383 (63).

-, (Carell, Carrell), Roger, i. 1280 (§ 1, f. 14, § 3):— p. 773.

Casebroke, Hants. See Carisbrook.

Casen, —, of St. Omer, i. 861.

Caserta, bp. of. See Dandino, J.

Casewell, John, i. g. 1537 (11, 35).

Cashel (Cassell), in Ireland, i. 917.

-, abp. of. See Butler, E.

Cashio (Cayssho), Herts, i. p. 772.

Casimbrot, Leonard, eschevin of Bruges, i. 220.

Casks, i. 156.

Casse, Ralph, ii. 199 (91).

Cassel, in Hesse, ii. 624.

-, letter dated at, i. 834.

Cassells, abp. of. See Cashel.

Cassenelbo. See Katzenelnbogen.

Cassillis, Gilbert Kennedy earl of, i. 959, 980, 1002, 1043, 1088, 1363–4, 1369, 1404, 1456, 1466, 1486, 1502; ii. 195, 411, 429, 434.

Cassillis, Gilbert Kennedy master of, ii. 195.

Cassington, Oxon, ii. g. 648 (25).

Cassubi, i. 361.

Cassypark, Nthld., ii. g. 771 (26).

Castalda, John Baptista de, ii. 178.

Castel, Mons. de, a lord of Brittany, i. 259.

Castelato, Francis de, i. 1287 (p. 641).

Castel Goffredo (Castello Giuffredo, C. Zuffre), in Italy, i. 601, 604; ii. 306.

-, letter dated at, i. 602.

Castelgoffredo, Luigi of. See Gonzaga.

Castell, Andrew, ii. g. 771 (14 p. 416).

-, Hen., i. 1280 (f. 6).

-, Isabel, i. g. 1537 (21).

-, John, ii. 697 (p. 366):— g. 771 (30).

-, Robt., i. 643 (f. 71).

-, Thos., escheator of Camb. and Hunts (a.d. 1515, 1525, 1532, 1538), ii. g. 773 i. (pp. 425 bis), ii. (p. 430).

-, Wm., i. 631, 643 (f. 71).

Castellevynton. See Levington.

Castelman (Castleman), John, i. 1302, 1468.

Castelyne, Angelett, widow of Wm., i. 608.

Castern (Castorne), Staff., i. g. 1166 (70); ii. g. 476 (p. 248).

Casterton, Westmld., ii. g. 771 (12).

Castiglione, lord of. See Gonzaga, Luigi.

Castillion (i.e. Châtillon), Cardinal of. See Coligni, Odet de.

Castillo, Alonzo de, a Spaniard, i. 759.

Castle Carlton, Linc., i. g. 1383 (110).

Castle Cornet, in Guernesey, ii. p. 472.

Castle Eden, Dham., i. p. 783.

Castleford (Castelforth), Yorks., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 338).

Castle Jordan, in Ireland, i. 917.

Castleman. See Castelman.

Castle Northwich, Chesh., ii. 433.

Castleton (Castelton), Derb., i. p. 771 ("Chesh."); ii. g. 771 (10).

Castleton, Lanc, i. g. 970 (62 p. 489).

Castleton Marsh, Lanc, i. g. 970 (62 p. 489).

Castletown (Caston), Cumb., i. 961.

Castlocke, Wm., i. g. 149 (33).

Castocke, Cornw. See Calstock.

Caston, Cumb. See Castletown.

Castor (Caister), Linc, i. 760.

Castro, Alonso de, a Spaniard, i. 154.

Caswyke, Norf. See Keswick.

Catchmay (Katchemay), Thos., ii. 436.

Catcote (Cadcote), Soms., i. p. 769.

Catcote or Catcott, John, i. 148 (80):— g. 302 (17).

-, (Cattcote), Ric, ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

Catelyn, Catelyne or Catelynne. See Catlin.

Caterham (Katerham), Surr., i. g. 302 (65).

Caterike, Yorks. See Catterick.

Catesby, Ntht., nunnery (supp.), i. 1280 (f. 10):— p. 772:— g. 504 (1).

Catesby (Catysby), Sir Ric, sheriff of Warw. and Leic. (1545–6), i. 91 (Ntht), 1384 (p. 696):— g. 302 (30 p. 147), 504 (18), 970 (32); ii. 472.

Catescliff (Cattisclif), Dors., ii. p. 433.

Catfield, Norf., i. g. 1166 (61).

Cathcart, lord, ii. 576.

Catherlagh. See Carlow.

Catherne, Thos., ii. p. 438.

Cathinog (Ceythenok), co. Carmarthen, i. g. 1383 (88).

Cathorne, —, i, 1280 (2).

Catisbye, lord, ii. g. 771 (30).

Catlin (Catelyn), —. i. 1280 (2), 1426; ii. 553.

-, Edw., i. g. 1166 (73).

-, (Catelynne), Ralph, i. 1280 (f. 14).

-, (Catlynne), Robt., i. 1280 (f. 16).

-, (Catelyne, Catlynne), Thos., bailiff of Leicester, i. 1280 (f. 14):— g. 1537 (7); ii. 770 (81).

Catmore (Catmer), Berks., i. g. 1166 (51).

Catnes. See Caithness.

Catstre, Rog., i. g. 1537 (25).

Cattcote. See Catcote.

Catteneste. See Caithness.

Catterick (Caterike), Yorks., ii. p. 438.

Catterton, co. city of York, i. g. 504 (31).

Cattes. See Schetz.

Cattisclif, Dors. See Catescliff.

Cattle (oxen, calves, cows), i. 447, 503, 643 (f. 79), 700, 848, 874, 940, 1279, 1384 (p. 696), 1397, 1410, 1424, 1428, 1444–5, 1452, 1457, 1478, 1484 (3), 1488 iv.:— g. 1383 (8); ii. 141, 244, 444, 592, 666, 724, 775 (ff. 86, 92, 94–5):— g. 773 i. (4, 5–7). See also Beef.

Catysby. See Catesby.

Catzenellebogen. See Katzenelnbogen.

Caukmore. See Cakemuir.

Caulsen, Jacques, i. 164 (2).

Caumet, Maistre. See Knyvet.

Caundish. See Cavendish.

Caunfeld, John, i. g. 1166 (73).

Caurs, co. Montgom. See Cawrse.

Causers (Calcers), Suff., i. g. 1383 (104).

Causton, Warw., i. p. 772:—g. 1383 (63).

Caustons, Midd., ii. g. 332 (76).

Cavalcanti, Guido, a Florentine i. 684, 1382 (35); ii. 475 (61):— g. 476 (94).

-, Stiatta, ii. 475 (61):—g. 476 (94).

-, Thomas, i. 963 (100), 1421, 1434, 1448, 1492:—g. 718 (18); ii. 188, 317.

Cavalli. See under France, ambassadors.

Cave, —, i. 1280 (2).

-, Sir Ambrose, i. 22, 91, 1 i., ii. (2, 3), 643 (f. 82), 1403.

-, Ambrose, i. 1280 (ff. 15, 20).

-, Ant., merchant of the Staple, brother of Sir Ambrose, letter from, i. 519.

-, -, other references, i. 22, 528, 631, 680–1; ii. 374 (? "my master.")

-, Brian, i. 91 (1, 2, Leic.), 1280 (§ 1, ff. 14, 20, § 3).

-, Fras., i. 1280 (f. 14); ii. g. 200 (16).

-, Ric., i. 1280 (f. 14); ii. g. 648 (38, 62 p. 348).

-, Thos., sheriff of Northamptonshire (1546–7), i. 503 (2):— g. 504 (1); ii. 472.

Cavelero, —, an Albanois, i. 1121–2. Qu. Boa (q.v.)?

Cavenaghs. See Kavanaghs.

Cavendish (Caundish), Mr., ii. p. 458.

-, George, i. 1280 (f. 43).

-, (Candissh, Caundysshe), Sir John, i. 91 (1, 2, Linc.), 1280 (f. 5):—p. 784.

-, (Caundyshe), John, i. p. 776.

-, (Caundysshe, Candishe), Sir Richard, comptroller of Boulogne, captain of Blackness (June, 1546), i. 33, 44, 205, 250, 262, 358, 364, 481, 1074, 1092, 1100, 1133, 1159, 1234; ii. 3, 350, 449, 592, 618:—pp. 458, 467:—g. 200 (3), 476 (44).

-, -, letters from, ii. 426, 584–5.

-, -, map by, ii. p. 458.

-, -, signature of, i. 33, 44, 205, 250, 262, 358, 364, 481, 1100; ii. p. 467.

-, (Candishe), William or Sir William, auditor, treasurer of the Chamber (19 Feb., 1546) i. 100, 148 (29), 156, 171, 291, 301 (32–3), 421, 425, 437, 561, 591, 598, 608, 635, 650 (30, 58, 69), 732, 774, 809, 884, 969, 1013, 1026, 1057, 1065, 1086, 1093, 1119, 1137, 1167, 1194, 1217, 1314, 1322, 1350, 1362, 1384 (p. 695), 1386, 1433, 1445, 1452, 1454, 1512:—g. 302 (40); ii. 199 (79), 266, 325, 395, 416, 498, 508, 598, 647 (23), 682, 734, 747, 770 (32).

-, -, signature, i. g. 1166 (38).

Caverris (i.e. Cavers), in Scotland. See Douglas, of Cavers.

Caversham, Oxon, ii. g. 648 (25), 773 ii. (2).

-, Portaryens, ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

Cavertown (Caverton), in Eckford parish, Scotland, i. 1279 (pp. 628–30).

Cavyliero, the. See Boa.

Cawarden (Cawerden, Carden), Sir Thomas, of the Privy Chamber, master of the revels and of the Tents, i. 148 (38–9, 109–11), 526, 637, 682, 963 (79–81, 124, 154), 969 (1, 2) 1165 (2, 12–14), 1384 (pp. 695–6), 1536 (7):— g. 302 (30), 970 (8); ii. 475 (15), 634 (1, 10), 647 (27), 709, 754 (p. 386):—g. 648 (50).

-, -, Eliz. his wife, i. 969 iii.; ii. 647 (27):—g. 648 (50).

Cawe Mills, the. See Edringtoun.

Cawood (Cawode), Yorks., i. 1248; ii. g. 332 (63).

Cawrse (Caurs) hundred, co. Montgomery, ii. 446.

Cawston, Norf., ii. g. 773 i, (36).

Cayburne. See Cabourn.

Cayle water. See Kail.

Cayrewe, co. Pembroke. See Carew.

Cayssho, Beds. See Keysoe.

Cayssho, Herts. See Cashio.

Cazar, Philip, a gipsy chief, i. 103.

Ceaton. See Seton.

Cecil (Cissell), David, escheator of Ntht., and Rutl. (a.d. 1514), ii. g. 773 i.

-, (Cycell, Cicyll, Syssell), Ric., yeoman of the Robes, i. 148 (70–2), 722 (7), 1442, 1536 (19); ii. 199 (103), 472, 634(1, 10), 754 (p. 386), 770 (63–5).

Ceidio (Kyddio, Kyedyo), co. Carnarvon, i. g. 302 (53), 717 (5).

Celibacy of clergy, i. 131.

Celle (Selle, Sell), in Luneburg, i. 780, 1091, 1328; ii. 216.

Celye, Walter i. p. 770:—g. 504 (3).

Cemmaes (Kemmeys), co. Anglesea, ii. g. 332 (16).

Centimes (Kemmys), co. Montgom., ii. 537.

Cephalæus, —, of Strasburg, ii. 767 (4, 6, 7).

Cerby, —, i. 722 (5).

Cerne, Dors, abbey (supp.), i. pp. 770, 772:—g. 302 (64), 1383 (110), 1537 (16); ii. g. 648 (11).

Cerne, Mr. See Carne.

Cervini, Marcello, Cardinal of St. Cross, one of the Legates at Trent, i. 181, 466, 1175, 1193, 1272, 1277, 1287, 1353, 1356, 1411, 1419, 1451, 1496, 1505, 1511, 1522; ii. 18, 56, 105–6, 119, 228, 249, 285, 298, 412, 431, 486, 766.

-, -, letters from, i. 466; ii. 106, 431, 766.

-, -, letters to, i. 1175, 1193, 1272, 1277, 1353, 1356, 1419, 1451, 1496, 1505, 1511, 1522; ii. 18, 56, 105, 249, 285, 298, 412, 486.

Cesis, Frederic de, Cardinal, ii. 277.

Cessford (Sesforth), in Scotland, i. 1279.

Cessford (Cesforth) moor, in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 629).

Cessford, laird of. See Kerr.

Cesto, Augustino, i. 766–7.

Cevilla. See Seville.

Ceythenok, co. Carmarthen. See Cathinog.

Chabham, Surr. See Chobham.

Chaborne, Linc. See Cabourn.

Chacombe, Ntht., ii. p. 436.

-, priory (supp.), i. 1280 (f. 9):— p. 773:—g. 970 (62); ii. p. 436.

Chadborne, Joan, ii. g. 332 (7).

Chaddesden, Derb., i. 1150.

Chaddleworth (Chadisworthe), Berks, i. p. 774.

Chaderton (Chadreton), Chaterton, John, of Portsmouth, i. 16, 643 (ff. 60, 73, 85); ii. 775 (f. 76).

Chadisworthe, Berks. See Chaddleworth.

Chadlington (Chadyngton), Oxon, ii. g. 648 (62).

Chadreton. See Chaderton.

Chadwick (Chaddeswiche), Worc., ii. g. 648 (25).

Chadwike, Robt., i. g. 970 (62 p. 489).

Chaffyn, Mr., of Salisbury, i. 1498.

-, (Chafyn), Chr., ii. g. 773 ii. (18).

-, Thos., i. g. 302 (61), 1166 (16); ii. g. 332 (87).

Chagny (Chaignye), in France, letters dated at, ii. 117–8.

Chahall, Herts. See Clothall.

Chaignye. See Chagny.

Chair (i.e., Cahir), baron of. See Butler, Sir T.

Chalcott, Walt., ii. g. 476 (69).

Chaldecote, Geo., i. g. 302 (65).

-, Wm, i. g. 302 (65).

Chaldees, superstitions of the, i. 214.

Chaldwell, Soms., ii. g. 200 (19).

Chalford (Chalkeforde), Oxon, i. p. 772:—g. 717 (5).

Chalgrave, Oxon, ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 334–7).

Chalkeforde, Oxon. See Chalford.

Challey, Berks. See Chawley.

Chaloner (Chalyneir), Edm., ii. g. 772 (4).

-, (Chalener), John, of East Lingfield, escheator of Surrey and Sussex (a.d. 1517), ii. g. 773 i.

-, Robert, of the Council in the North, i. 69:—g. 302 (30); ii. 596.

-, -, signature of, ii. 596.

-, Thos., clerk of the Privy Council, i. 208, 437, 536, 585, 605, 643 (ff. 64, 66, 74–5), 1229, 1382 (77); ii. 266, 475 (59), 711, 712 xxi., 775 (ff. 82, 90):—p. 439:—g. 648 (8).

Chalons, in France, ii. 117.

-, letter dated at, i. 89.

Chalton, Suss. See Charlton.

Chalwedon, Essex, i. g. 1383 (18).

Chamber (or Chambers), John, Bishop of Peterborough, i. g. 302 (30), 970 (32); ii. 759.

Chamber, Eliz., ii. g. 648 (39, 52).

-, (Chambre), Geoffrey, receiver of Purchased Lands (1536 to 1544), i. 1139, 1236, 1242, 1296; ii. 775 (ff. 108–9):— g. 332 (61), 771 (34).

-, John, rector of Torrington, ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 335, 337).

-, John, M.D., King's physician, i. 148 (123).

-, John, i. 148 (84); ii. g. 476 (85).

-, Ric, i. g. 1537 (35).

-, (Chaumber), Robt., i. p. 781; ii. p. 437:—g. 476 (76), 771 (22).

-, Thos., i. g. 504 (1, 31).

-, Walter, ii. g. 476 (76).

-, Wm., ii. g. 648 (39, 52), 771 (22).

Chambere Naysse. See Dungeness.

Chamberlain, Edw., i. 963 (64).

-, Henry, i. 963 (32).

-, (Chamberleyn), Leonard, sheriff of Oxon and Berks (1546–7), i. 91 (1, 2, Oxon), 1384 (pp. 695–6), 1280 (f. 9):—g. 302 (65 bis), 1166 (73); ii. 472, 712 xvi.:—g. 332 (54), 648 (11, 17).

-, -, Dorothy his wife, ii. g. 332 (54).

-, Ralph, i. g. 1166 (73).

-, Robt., ii. g. 771 (37).

-, Thomas, governor of the English merchants at Antwerp, letters from, i. 5, 27, 107, 145, 163, 179, 256, 318; ii. 71, 198, 207, 247, 295, 303, 450, 616, 673.

-, -, his accounts, i. g. 1166 (12).

-, -, signature of, ii. 70, 188.

-, -, other references, i. 5, 8 (p. 4), 87 (pp. 37–8), 257, 312, 316, 344, 372, 963 (158), 1135, 1188, 1210, 1382 (54), 1433, 1449, 1477, 1493, 1508, 1523, 1536 (33); ii. 55, 72, 87–8, 96, 132, 143, 177, 219, 243, 317, 378, 408, 639 (p. 325), 746.

-, (Chamberleyne), Thos., ii. g. 648 (17).

-, Wm., i. 1280 (ff. 9, 57); ii. g. 648 (17).

Chamberleyns manor, Oxon, ii. g. 332 (54).

Chambord, in France, i. 1292.

Chamborne. See Champernon.

Chamley. See Cholmondeley.

Chamond or Chamound, Ric., i. 91 (1, 2, Cornw.), 643 (f. 82).

Champagne (Champaignie), in France, i. 819, 981; ii. 53, 255 (p. 121), 474.

Champernon (Chamborne), Mr., i. 908; ii. 199 (28).

-, Arthur, i. 1235:—g. 1537 (35).

-, -, signature of, i. 1235.

-, Kath., i. g. 1537 (35).

Champion or Champyne, John, i. 963 (71); ii. 199 (90).

Chancellor, Lord, i. g. 970 (19). See Wriothesley.

Chancellor of the Order [of the Golden Fleece]. See Nigri, P.

Chancery, Court of, i. 1145; ii. 134 (p. 55), 273.

-, clerk of the Crown, i. g. 1383 (15); ii. g. 773 i. (4), ii. (20). See also Ive, R.

-, clerk of the Hanaper. See Sadler, Sir R.; and Hales, J.

Chandeler, Hen., i. g. 504 (11).

-, John, i. g. 504 (11).

-, Wm., i. g. 504 (11).

Chandons or Chaundens, Berks., ii. g. 476 (1, 107 p. 245).

Changton, Walter, i. g. 302 (65 p 152).

Channel, maps of the, from Dover to Scilly, ii. p. 472.

Channel Islands, chart of Guernsey and Sark, ii. p. 472.

Chantries, colleges, hospitals, free chapels, fraternities, guilds, etc., i. 26–7, 37 (p. 18), 68–9, 74, 107 (p. 48), 152, 189, 203–4 309, 643 (ff, 88, 93), 947, 966–8, 1099; ii. 260, 282, 775 (ff. 104–9).

-, commission to view, i. 68:—g. 302 (30).

-, instructions for survey. i. 69.

Chapell. See Chappell.

Chapeltown (Chappeltoune), Yorks., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Chaper, John, i. g. 149 (18).

-, Simon, i. g. 149 (18).

Chapette, Pierre, i. 1445.

Chapman, Mr., of Cambridge, ii. 572.

-, Alex., of the Exchequer, i. g. 970 (45).

-, Geo., i. 643 (f. 12); ii. 775 (f. 16).

-, John, i. g. 504 (35).

-, Nic., i. g. 504 (2).

-, Ralph, ii. g. 332 (63).

-, Ric., ii. p. 440.

-, Thos., warden of Grey Friars, London, i. 643 (f. 19); ii. 775 (f. 28).

-, Thos., i. g. 504 (2).

-, Wm., i. g. 504(1); ii. 7.

-, -, letter from, ii. 7.

Chappell, John, i. g. 1166 (38).

-, (Chapell), Thos., i. 643 (f. 84); ii. 475 (18).

Chappell. See also Capel.

Chapuys, Eustace, master of requests ordinary to Charles V., Imperial ambassador in England (from 1529 to 1539 and again 1540 to 1545), i. 447; ii. 756.

-, -, letter from, ii. 756.

Charde, Robt., i. p. 778.

Chardford, South, (Southcharforde), Hants, ii. g. 648 (22).

Charfield, Glouc., ii. g. 772 (4).

Charing, Kent, i. 643 (f. 90):— g. 716 (16); ii. p. 437.

-, grant dated at, ii. g. 773 i. (5).

Charles V., the Emperor, personal references, i. 8 (passim,) 9,51–2, 65, 76, 83, 87, 89, 128 (pp. 55, 57), 130, 163, 169, 179, 181, 190–1, 211–2, 214, 216–7, 227, 233, 256–7, 276, 296, 315–8, 323 (p. 162), 326, 340, 385, 402, 408–9, 423, 430, 434, 444, 450, 455, 469, 475 (p. 223), 476 (p. 224), 485, 490–1, 513, 515, 540, 580, 582, 589, 596, 663, 665, 673, 703, 708, 724, 730, 742, 749, 754, 795, 796 (p. 397), 797 (p. 398), 798–9, 820, 840, 882, 894, 935, 954, 983–4, 998,1011–2, 1070 (1, 4), 1083, 1104, 1129, 1155, 1191–2, 1202, 1231, 1237, 1283, 1306, 1390, 1420–1, 1459, 1473, 1480, 1490–2, 1495; ii. 33, 53, 169, 178, 197, 276, 297, 306, 340, 370, 379, 458, 484, 495, 539, 577, 613, 617, 644, 675, 690, 708, 716, 756.

-, political references, i. 8 (passim), 10, 23, 27–9, 43, 45, 54, 63, 65, 89, 94, 96, 107, 119–20, 122, 126, 129–31, 142–3, 145, 164, 170, 179, 180–1, 184–5, 189–92, 195, 199, 201, 215, 241, 245–6, 252, 256, 263, 265, 283, 296, 306, 315, 323, 325–6, 330, 337, 343, 345, 347, 350, 375 (p. 182), 379, 385, 391, 407, 413, 420, 423, 428, 434, 436, 440, 445–6, 450, 469–70, 473, 475, 495–6, 501, 511–3, 534, 539, 542, 546, 550, 557, 569, 580 (p. 282), 607, 614, 623, 625, 628–9, 634, 672, 674–5, 693, 713–4, 723, 730–1, 733, 749, 766, 781, 794–5, 796 (p. 396), 831–2, 834 (2), 841–2, 855, 876, 895, 903, 938, 949 (1, 2), 950, 953–4, 974, 983, 994 (pp. 500–1), 998, 1007, 1012, 1014, 1018–9, 1028–9, 1031, 1038–9, 1044, 1047–8, 1049, 1053, 1062–3, 1070, 1073, 1081, 1089–90, 1101–3, 1109, 1113, 1115, 1126, 1129, 1133, 1135, 1155, 1160, 1185, 1187, 1191–2, 1207, 1210, 1213, 1215, 1124, 1227–8, 1231, 1237–8, 1251, 1261, 1275, 1283–6, 1287 (p. 641), 1288, 1294, 1301, 1310, 1311 (p. 652), 1312, 1328, 1331, 1335–6, 1343, 1354, 1361, 1371–5, 1390–1, 1398, 1409, 1412, 1419, 1421, 1427, 1434, 1437–9, 1443, 1448 (p. 726), 1449, 1461, 1463–4, 1470, 1474, 1490, 1492–4, 1508–9, 1513; ii. 14, 19, 27, 34, 36, 42, 48, 51, 75, 81, 84–5, 87, 89, 92, 145, 162, 167, 176, 190, 209, 214–6, 219, 242, 248, 257, 277, 281, 293, 306–7, 313, 315, 340, 346, 359–60, 370, 373, 376, 388, 392, 397, 408, 430, 438, 459 (p. 218), 460, 467, 478, 485, 494–5, 496 (p. 256–7), 503, 507, 511, 514, 517, 546–7, 550, 554–5, 576 (p. 297), 589–90, 603, 612, 619, 624–5, 633, 638, 645, 658, 660, 662, 668, 670–1, 679, 684, 688–9, 691, 699, 707–8, 716, 725, 733, 735, 758, 760, 764, 767 (3), 775 (f. 82):—p. 467:—g. 648 (36).

-, letters from, i. 25, 75, 139, 230–2, 284–6, 305, 314, 412, 492, 547, 572, 616, 833, 1110, 1203, 1377, 1481; ii. 80, 113, 261–2, 267, 371, 681.

-, letters to, i. 37, 58, 85, 119, 234, 268, 289, 365, 379, 439, 451, 469, 493, 588, 606, 700, 715, 782, 825, 938, 976, 987, 1021, 1033, 1047, 1058, 1292 n, 1294, 1323, 1366, 1463; ii. 84, 162, 238, 275–6, 351, 406, 546, 605, 633, 717.

-, signature of, i. 144.

-, his aid or subsidy against France, i. 8 (p. 5), 83 (p. 35), 122, 190, 212 (pp. 103–4), 213, 215–7, 227, 286 (pp. 134–5), 315, 439, 445–6, 469, 547, 550 (p. 271), 588, 616.

-, -, protestations, i. 215 (2), 217 (1–4).

-, ambassadors with:—

Danish, ii. 670 ii., 735.

English, i, 26–7, 163, 170, 179,190, 220, 227,234, 256, 261, 266, 285–6, 312, 412, 439 (p. 208), 455, 525, 573. See Gardiner, S.; Thirlby, T.

Ferrara, i. 724, 306.

French. See Mesnage, M.

-, (in March, 1545). See Morette.

-, gentleman with, ii. 370. See Pokere, M. de.

Mantuan. See Capilupo.

Papal nuncio. See Verallo.

Protestant embassy, i. 201, 256–7, 316, 412–3, 430, 450–1, 475.

Savoy, i. 214 (p. 106), 1070.

Venetian. See Mocenigo, A.

-, his army, i. 1070 (3, 4), 1113, 1115, 1129, 1155 (2 "fearful setting forth"), 1180, 1191, 1231, 1237–8, 1261, 1282, 1285, 1390, 1459, 1480, 1513, 1521, 1532; ii. 10, 14 (p. 7), 16, 17,26, 53, 78, 91–2, 112, 118, 132, 146, 169, 176, 178, 187, 190, 197, 204–7, 214–6, 224, 235, 239, 242, 255, 258, 261–2, 268, 280, 284, 290, 297, 302–3, 306, 309–10, 314, 340, 348, 370–1, 377–9, 383–4, 388, 406, 414, 430, 438–9, 444 (p. 210), 456–8, 460–1, 471, 483–4, 490–2, 495–6, 506–7, 510–11, 515, 522, 539, 546, 558, 564, 577, 602–3, 609, 612–3, 624, 626, 637–9, 644, 670, 673, 708, 716–7, 725.

-, book against, ii. 19.

-, his Confessor. See Soto, P. de.

-, his Council, i. 8, 65, 122, 212–3, 276, 315, 439 (p. 208), 723, 974.

-, his Court, i. 10, 27, 82–3, 95, 107 (p. 48), 141–2, 191, 234, 623, 1081, 1167, 1355; ii. 430. 577, 593, 613.

-, his daughters ("the Infantas"), i. 212, 232.

-, his Marshal of the Court, i. 1070 (4).

-, his patrimony. See Flanders.

-, his Postmaster. See Tassis, R. de.

-, proclamation by, ii. 550.

-, treaty (capitulation) with the Pope, i. 139, 230–1, 1117, 1191, 1272, 1275, 1294, 1310 ii., 1343, 1521; ii. 14 (p. 7), 19, 27, 14, 84, 92, 238, 239 (p. 112), 262, 315, 370, 384 (p. 187), 496 (p. 257).

-, treaty with (11 Feb., 1543), for closer amity and the invasion of France, i. 8, 29, 36 (? "book of the peace"), 71, 131, 227,289, 343, 450, 546, 588, 610, 723, 777, 794, 911, 1098, 1371; ii. 14 (p. 7), 92, 239 (p. 112), 392, 396, 455, 459 (p. 218), 478.

-, treaty of Utrecht (Jan., 1546), in elucidation of the preceding, i. 8 (passim), 65, 71, 83, 87, 131, 144, 212–7, 220, 227, 238, 258, 286, 315, 413, 453, 476, 546; ii. 92.

Charles, duke of Orleans, youngest son of Francis I. (died 9 Sept., 1545), i. 65, 128 (p. 57), 212, 233, 439 (p. 208), 469, 513, 1306.

Charles, a captain of Spaniards, i. 205. See also Navarro.

Charles, John, i. g. 504 (42).

-, Wm., ii. g. 476(78).

Charlton (Charleton), Dors., i. 1046:— g. 504 (27).

Charlton (Charleton), Soms., ii. p. 434:—g. 476 (107 p. 246).

Charlton (Chalton), Suss., i. g. 504 (1).

Charlton (Charleton), Wilts, ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 334–5, 337).

Charlton (Charleton) chapel, Wilts, ii. p. 439.

Charlton Adam (Charleton Adampe), Soms., ii. g. 476 (96), 648 (62).

Charminster (Charmester, Chermestre), Dors., i. 1046:—g. 1166 (29).

Charminster and Bere, prebend of, alias Golden Prebend, i. g. 1166 (29).

Charmouth, Dors., i. 1280 (f. 28); ii. pp. 433, 460.

Charmydown (Charmerdon), Soms., near Bath, ii. p. 437:—g. 200 (33).

Charnell, Walter, i. g. 504 (1).

Charnett, Staff. See Churnet.

Charnocke, Robt., ii. g. 772 (4).

Chart Magna (Charter Magna), Kent, ii. g. 476 (p. 248).

Charterhouse Hinton. See Hinton.

Charterhouse, in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 630).

Chartesey. See Chertsey.

Chartham, Kent, i. g. 302 (65).

Chartley, near Stafford, letter dated at, i. 400.

Chartres, Vidame de [i.e., François de Vendome, prince of Chabanois], i. 1298.

Chase, Joan, ii. g. 771 (18).

-, Thos., ii. g. 771 (18).

Chastillon, Sieur de. See Coligny, G. de.

Chatbourne, John, i. g. 1383 (66).

Chateaudun, in France, ii. 485.

Chateau Neuf by Loire, in France, i. 1489.

Chateras, Hunts. See Chatteris, Camb.

Chaterton. See Chaderton.

Chatham (Chetham), Kent, ii. g. 476 (78).

Chatham (Cheteham, Chetheham), Ric., i. 643(f. 11); ii. 775 (f. 14).

-, (Cheteham), Thos., i. 643 (f. 31); ii. 775 (f. 45).

Châtillon, —, i, 1213. Qu. Castillon.

-, (Castillion), Cardinal. See Coligni.

Chatteris (Chatters, Chateras), Camb. ii. p. 435.

-, nunnery (supp.), i. 643 (f. 21); ii. 775 (f. 31).

Chatton, Nthld., ii. 475 (45).

Chatton, John, i. g. 1383 (60).

Chatwyn. See Chetwynd.

Chaulnes, in France, i. 1207.

Chaumber. See Chamber.

Chauncy, Wm., i. g. 504 (9).

Chaundens, Berks. See Chandons.

Chauntrell or Chaunterell, Jane, i. 643 (f. 18); ii. 775 (f. 27).

Chauny, in France, letters dated at, ii. 457, 484, 490, 503, 515.

Chavaignes (Chavaines), in France, i. 1521.

-, letter dated at, i. 1515.

Chaveney, John, i. p. 771.

-, Ralph, i. 1280 (ff. 11, 14):— p. 771.

Chawley (Challey), Berks, i. g. 717 (5).

Chaworth, —, i. 1280 (2).

-, Sir John, i. 1195; ii. g. 332 (91).

-, John, i. 1280 (f. 4).

Chaxhill, Glouc., i. g. 1383 (110).

Cheadle (Chedle), Staff., ii. g. 648 (51).

Cheam, West (Westchayham), Surr., i. p. 774; ii. p. 438.

Cheddington (Chedyngton), Bucks and Herts, i. g. 302 (65 p. 153).

Cheddleton (Chedulton), Staff., i. g. 1537 (17).

Chedeoke, Dors. See Chideock.

Chedgrave (Chetgrave), Norf., i. g. 1166 (58).

Chedle, Staff. See Cheadle.

Chedney, Linc., i. 643 (f. 87).

Chedyngton. See Cheddington.

Cheel, Wm., i. 722 (4).

Cheese (Essex cheese), i. 36, 54, 79, 126, 128 (p. 57), 134, 201, 228, 241 (p. 116), 343, 347, 350–1, 363, 382–3, 420, 422, 450, 455, 486, 509, 525, 541, 626, 643 (f. 79), 713, 768, 779–80, 1062, 1311 (2), 1328, 1410, 1452, 1484; ii. 3, 426, 435, 475 (8, 55), 542, 592, 724, 775 (ff. 86, 94):—g. 773 ii. (20).

Cheinie. See Cheyney.

Cheke, Dr. John, prb. of Henry VIII.'s College, Oxford, schoolmaster to Prince Edward, i. 643 (f. 24):—p. 778.

Cheke, Thos., i. p. 784.

Chellesworthy, Devon. See Chilsworthy.

Chelmarsh (Chellmershe), Salop, ii. g. 476 (p. 248).

Chelmsford (Chelmysforde, Chensforde), Essex, i. 147, 537, 992; ii. p. 439.

Chelmsford (Chemsforth) hundred, i. 853.

Chelsea (Chelsith), Midd., parson of. See Richardson, R.

Chelsham, Wm., ii. g. 476 (87).

Cheltenham, Glouc., expenses of Steward's Court, i. 590.

Chelton, Salop, i. g. 302 (16). Qu. Cherlton?

Chelworthe, Soms., ii. p. 434.

Chemsforth, Essex. See Chelmsford.

Chene, Robert de, French envoy to Scotland, i. 1241.

Chenets, Guillaume de Dinteville Sieur de, i. 304 (? "Senne").

Cheney or Chenie. See Cheyney.

Chensforde. See Chelmsford.

Chenye. See Cheyney.

Cheppin, Lanc. See Chipping.

Chepstede, Surr. See Chipstead.

Chepstow, Monm., ii. pp. 434, 441.

-, priory (supp.), i. 643 (f. 41); ii. 775 (f. 58):—pp. 434, 441.

Chepyngdale, Lanc. See Chippingdale.

Cherasco (Tirasco), in Piedmont, i. 1048.

Cherbury (Churbery,Churburye), Salop, priory (supp.), i. 644, 1280 (f. 12):—g. 1537 (17).

Chereton, John, ii. g. 476 (55).

Cherhill (Cheryell), Wilts, i. g. 149 (40).

Cherlton, Salop. See Chelton.

Cherrington (Cheryngton), Salop, i. g. 1166 (20).

Chertesey, Robt., i. g. 149 (40).

Chertsey (Chartesey, Chersshey), Surr., i. p. 779; ii. 22:—p. 437.

-, abbey (supp.), i. 643 (ff. 1, 45): —p. 772:—g. 1383 (37); ii. 775 (ff. 1, 61):—p. 437.

-, Depenhams, i. p. 779.

-, Oxlake mills, ii. p. 437.

Cheryell, Wilts. See Cherhill.

Cheryngton, Salop. See Cherrington.

Chese, John, i. g. 504 (1).

-, Rose, i. g. 1537 (25).

-, Walter, i. g. 1537 (25).

-, Wm., i. g. 1537 (25); ii. g. 200 (50).

Cheseman, John, ii. p. 441:—g. 476 (55).

-, Ric., i. 1262.

-, (Chesman), Robt., escheator of Kent and Midd. (a.d. 1519, 1530), ii. g. 773 i. (pp. 423, 425).

-, Wm., ii. g. 771 (3).

Chesham (Chesham Higham and Chesham Bury), Bucks, i. 1264; ii. 556.

Chesham Boyes, Bucks, i. g. 504 (47 p. 251).

Cheshire, i. 1280 (ff. 1, 34–5):— g. 149(4), 302(30), 970 (32).

-, musters in, ii. 433.

-, sheriff of, ii. 472. See Delves, Sir H. (1545–6); Holcrofte, J. (1546–7).

Cheshunt (Chesthunt), Herts, i. g. 1166 (73 p. 582), 1537 (29).

-, nunnery (supp.), i. 643 (f. 17); ii. 775 (f. 25).

-, -, abbess. See Hill, M.

Chesman. See Cheseman.

Chesnay or Chesnetz. See Cheyney.

Chesshire, John, i. 148 (33).

Chessington (Chesyngdon), Surr., ii. g. 771 (20).

Chester (Shester) or West Chester, i. 417, 585, 643 (f. 75, 78, 84), 920, 961, 971, 1000, 1255, 1273, 1280 (f. 14), 1357:—g. 302 (30); ii. 272, 775 (f. 93).

-, mayor of, election, i. 1000.

-, Cathedral (or New College), i. 1280 (§ 1, f. 1, §§ 2, 3); ii. 183, 199 (136).

-, -, dean of, i, g. 149 (27). See Man. H.

-, Fleshmonger Lane, St. John's Lane and Foregatestreet, ii. 574:—g. 771 (10).

-, St. Mary's nunnery (supp.), i. 643 (ff. 17, 34); ii. 574, 775 (ff. 26, 50):—g. 771 (10).

-, -, abbess. See Grosvenour, E.

-, St. Mary on the Hill, i. g. 149 (27).

-, St. Mary's, St. Martin's, Holy Trinity, St. Michael, St. John, St. Peter, and St. Werburga, ii. 574:—g. 771 (10).

-, St. Werburgh's abbey (supp.), i. 643 (ff. 12, 29); ii. 574, 775 (ff. 17, 42–3):—g. 771 (10).

Chester, Bishop of, ii. g. 648 (25 p. 337), 771 (10). See Bird, J.

Chester, archdeacon of, ii. g. 648 (25 p. 337).

Chester herald, ii. 475 (88). See Flower, W.

Chester (Chestre), Robt., gentleman usher, receiver of Augmentations, i. 91 (1, 2, Camb.):— pp. 771, 785:—g. 302 (30, 65).

-, Wm., i. 643 (f. 79); ii. 70 (p. 29), 775 (f. 92).

Chesterfield, Derb., ii. g. 476 (96).

Chesterford, Camb., ii. 320 (3):— g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Chesterton, Camb., i. 69 (2); ii. 320:— g. 648 (51).

Chesterton, Hunts, i. g. 1383(110); ii. 738.

Chesterton, Oxon, i. 643 (f. 85).

Chesterton Parva, Oxon, ii. g. 200 (18).

Chesthill (Chesthull) Grange, Salop, i. g. 1166 (20).

Chestoke, Warw. See Shustoke.

Chesworth, Suss., i. g. 1383 (104).

Chesylford, Suff. See Chillesford.

Chesylherst, Kent. See Chislehurst.

Chesyngdon, Surr. See Chessington.

Cheteham. See Chatham.

Chetgrave, Norf. See Chedgrave.

Chetheham or Chetham, Kent. See Chatham.

Chetilhampton, Devon. See Chittlehampton.

Chetwyn, Anselm, ii. g. 332 (91 bis).

-, (Chatwyn), Thos., i. g. 1537 (7); ii. g. 648 (2).

-, (Chatwyn), Wm., escheator of Staff. (a.d. 1532), ii. 648 (2):— g. 773 i. (p. 425).

Cheveley, Berks. See Chieveley.

Chevenen, John, i. 937.

Cheverell Parva, Wilts, ii. g. 332 (35).

Cheverell, Chr., ii. g. 332 (91).

Chevington, Suff., ii. 1.

Chew, Soms., ii. p. 434.

Cheyney (Cheinie, Chenie, Cheney, Chesnay, Chesnetz, Cheyne, Chenye), Sir Thomas, K.G., treasurer of the Household, lord warden of the Cinque Ports, present in Council, i. 3, 7, 11, 16, 24, 341, 353, 386, 414, 419, 425, 432, 456, 462, 467, 478, 487, 526, 536, 544, 549, 561, 573, 585, 591, 597, 605, 608, 619, 635, 651, 669, 678, 684, 689, 698, 719, 732, 738, 744, 1057, 1065, 1072, 1080, 1086, 1093, 1105, 1119, 1314, 1322, 1326, 1332, 1342, 1350, 1357, 1362, 1367, 1386, 1397, 1410, 1424, 1433; ii. 709, 734, 747.

-, -, letters from, i. 1184–5, 1200–1, 1239.

-, -, letter to, i. 1094.

-, -, bill of expenses of his mission to France, i. 1396.

-, -, signature of, i. 355, 405, 1396; ii. 513.

-, -, other references, i. 91 (Kent), 591 (p. 290), 605, 643 (f. 71), 724, 736, 790, 905, 946, 969, 1058, 1065, 1067, 1071, 1080, 1086, 1093, 1137, 1165 (42–3), 1186, 1207, 1217, 1232, 1257, 1266, 1292, 1298, 1303, 1306, 1315–6, 1367, 1384 (pp. 693, 695 quater, 696 bis), 1398:— g. 302 (30), 970 (32); ii. 390, 634 (1, 10), 697, 712 vi., xv., 775 (ff. 78, 85, 87, 89):— g. 200 (10, 24), 332 (43), 773 i. (3).

Cheyney, Humph., ii. 199 (99).

-, Sir John, (died a.d. 1499), ii. g. 771 (2).

-, (Chaynye, Chenye, Cheney), John, i. 91 (1, 2, Berks), 1280 (f. 7), 1384 (p. 695):—g. 1166 (55); ii. 712 ii.

-, Mary, i. g. 504 (47 p. 251).

-, (Cheyne), Robt., i. 1264, 1280 (2, 3):—g. 504 (47 p. 251).

-, (Cheny), Thos., i. 722 (2).

Chiche, Essex. See St. Osith.

Chicheley, Dunstan, ii. g. 773 i. (21).

-, Thos., i. g. 970 (32).

Chichester, Suss., i. g. 1383 (108); ii. g. 773 i. (31), ii. (13).

-, Cathedral, i. g. 1383 (105).

-, -, dean and chapter, i. 643 (f. 41); ii. 775 (f. 57).

-, customer of, i. 1165 (28):— g. 1166 (56), 1537 (19).

Chichester, Bp. of. See Day, G.

Chichester (Chichestre), John, i. 591, 774.

Chickens, i. 1384 (p. 696).

Chicksand (Chixsand), Beds, nunnery (supp.), i. p. 775; ii. g. 648(25, 51).

Chiddingstone (Chidingstone), Kent, lands (named) in, i. 930.

Chideock (Chedeoke), Dors., ii. p. 460.

Chidley, Devon. See Chudleigh.

Chidley, —, i. 91 (Devon).

-, Ric., ii. g. 332(91).

-, Robert, attorney of the Court of First Fruits and Tenths, signature of, i. g. 149 (17–9), 302 (8, 64), 504 (2, 3, 9, 11, 16, 19, 31, 35), 717 (3, 6), 1166 (14, 20–1, 26, 39, 43, 58, 65), 1383 (29, 76, 80–1, 103, 107), 1537 (10, 12, 16, 21–2, 24, 27–8); ii. g. 200 (4, 9, 18, 20–1, 28–9, 31–2, 36), 332 (54, 56–7, 83), 476 (1, 33, 55, 66, 78, 85, 89, 96), 648 (22, 25, 30, 43, 46, 51), 771 (14, 24–5).

-, -, other references, i. g. 302 (30), 970 (32 Midd.); ii. 134 (p. 55), 155–6, 775 (ff. 105, 113):—g. 771 (14).

Chieti, abp. of. See Caraffa.

Chieton. See Crichton.

Chieveley (Cheveley), Berks, i. p. 774; ii. p. 439.

Chilac or Chillue, Mons. de, and his son, i. 688, 704.

Chilcombe (Thilcombe), Dors., i. g. 1383 (32).

Chilcote, Wm., i. g. 1537 (17).

Childeokforde, Dors. See Okeford.

Childerditch (Childerdyche), Essex, i. g. 1383 (18).

Childeren, Robt., his bills, ii. 769 iv. (10, 11).

Childwike, Herts. See Chilwick.

Chilham, Kent, ii. g. 200 (24), 476 (12).

Chillesford (Chesylford), Suff., i. g. 302 (56).

Chilleswell (Chilliswell), Berks, i. g. 717 (5), 772 (4).

Chillingham, Nthld., i. 353.

Chilsworthy (Chellesworthy), Devon, i. g. 970 (41).

Chiltern (Chyttorn), Wilts, i. g. 1166 (73).

Chilthorne Fage (Chilternevagge), Soms., i. g. 149 (19).

Chiltington, Suss., ii. g. 476 (p. 246).

Chilton, Bucks, i. g. 504 (12).

Chilton Foliatt (C. Follyett), Wilts, i. g. 149 (24), 718 (11); ii. 712 xxi.

Chilton, John, i. g. 1166 (20).

Chilvers Coton (Coton, Coyton, Potters Cotton), Warw., i. g. 1537 (35).

Chilwell, Notts, i. g. 1537 (17).

Chilwick (Childwick), Herts, i. p. 772.

Chingford, Essex, i. 1064.

Chinke, co. Denbigh. See Chirk.

Chinnock, Middle, Soms., ii. g. 648 (62).

Chippenhara (Chipneham), Wilts, i. g. 149 (40), 718 (11); ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 334–5, 337).

Chipping (Cheppin), Lanc., ii. 475 (63):—g. 476 (72), 771 (10).

Chippingdale (Chepyngdale), Lanc., ii. p. 433.

Chippingdale, Thos., i. p. 784.

Chipsey, —, i. 1280 (f. 9).

Chipsted (Chepstede), Surr., i. 1280 (§ 1 f. 53, § 2); ii. g. 773 i. (30).

Chirke (Chinke), co. Denbigh, ii. p. 435:—g. 332 (62).

Chirkland (Chircland) lordship, co. Denbigh, i. 1347.

Chirnside (Chirknsid), in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 629).

Chirnside Coves, in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 629).

Chirton, East (Estchyrton) Nthld., i., pp. 781, 785.

Chiselhampton (Chesylhampton), Oxon, i. g. 970 (62).

Chishall (Chyshull), Essex, ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

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

Chislehurst (Chesylherst), Kent, ii. g. 773 i. (18).

Chittlehampton (Chetilhampton), Devon, i. g. 1383 (110).

Chitway (Chyttowe), Wilts, i. g. 149 (40).

Chobham (Chabham, Chobbhams, Cobham), Surr., i. g. 1383 (37); ii. 22, 191, 768, 769 ii. (3, 8).

-, letter dated at, ii. 149.

-, meeting of Privy Council at, ii. 148.

Chokk, John, escheator of Hants and Wilts (a.d. 1523), ii. g. 773 i. (p. 424).

-, John, i. g. 302 (8).

Cholmeley. See Cholmondeley.

Cholmondeley (Cholmelay, Cholmley), Marmaduke, i. 643 (f. 48), 1198, 1279 (p. 626); ii. 775 (f. 65).

-, (Chamley, Chomley, Cholmeley), Sir Richard, i. g. 504 (2), 970 (52); ii. 472.

-, (Chomleye), Ric., i. 1280 (f. 35).

-, (Cholmeley, Colmelay), Sir Roger, chief baron of the Exchequer, i. 91 (Midd.), 108, 309, 810, 946 (p. 464), 1180 n:— g. 302 (30), 970 (32), 1166 (22, 73), 1280 (2), 1383 (80); ii. 19, 199 (14), 647 (31), 697, 712 ix., 775 (f. 53):—g. 200 (13), 648 (47).

-, -, Christiana his wife, i. g. 1166 (73), 1383 (80).

-, (Cholmley), Rog., i. 643 (f. 37).

Chomley. See Cholmondeley.

Chorleburye, Yorks. See Thorlby.

Chorleton, Wm., i. g. 1166 (20).

Chorley, Wm., i. g. 504 (16).

Chou, Jacques, i. 688.

Choulmeleigh, Devon. See Chumleigh.

Chowte, Marg., ii. g. 200 (30).

-, (Chute), Philip, captain of the castle of the Chamber, ii. 604, 712 vi.:—g. 200 (30).

Chreche. See Crowche,

Chreeton. See Crichton.

Chrishall (Crystall), Essex, ii. g. 476 (p. 246).

Christchurch or Christchurch Twynham (Twynneham),Hants, or "Christchurch in Southampton" (Crechurche), ii. pp. 460–1.

-, priory (supp.), i. 643 (ff. 16, 30, 49, 50):—p. 774:—g. 504 (27), 717 (5); ii. 775 (ff. 24, 42, 44, 67–8).

Christiern II., King of Denmark, deposed and in prison (1532 to 1546), i. 8 (p. 5), 1191, 1438; ii. 147, 359.

Christian III., King of Denmark, "elect of Denmark, duke of Holstein," i. 37 (p. 18), 54, 112 (2), 165, 195, 272, 423, 475 (p. 223), 551, 742, 1155, 1191, 1231, 1282. 1328. 1438, 1521; ii. 309 (p. 143), 341, 359–60, 368–9, 409, 471, 484, 518, 546, 640, 647 (28, 50), 670 ii., 684, 735.

-, -, letter from, ii. 341.

-, -, letter to, ii. 640.

-, -, his children, ii. 359 (p. 177).

-, -, his eldest son. See Frederic.

Christina of Denmark, duchess dowager of Lorraine, previously Duchess of Milan, daughter of Christiern II. and niece of the Emperor Charles V., I. 1293; ii. 255 (p. 121), 310, 346, 384 (p. 187), 474, 485.

-, -, her son, i. 1293.

Christmas (Cristenmas), —, i. 683 (2).

-, (Chrystemas), George, i. 1163.

-, (Cristmas), Wm., i. 643 (f. 20).

Christophe, Charles V.'s German secretary, i. 220.

Christopher, the bookseller, of Strasburg, ii. 767 (4, 8).

Christopherson, John, ii. g. 648 (43, 51 p. 344).

Chudleigh (Chidley), Devon. i. 148 (106).

Chumleigh (Choulmeleigh), Devon, i. g. 1383 (110).

Chur (Curiensis), in Switzerland, i. 165 (p. 84).

Churbery, Salop. See Cherbury.

Churcham, Glouc., ii. 436.

Churchdown (Chursdyn), Glouc., ii. g. 648 (6).

Churchegate, Ric., ii. g. 476 (96).

Churchelawfford. See Lawford.

Churcheton and North Churcheton, Devon, in Buckland Monachorum, i. g. 716 (19).

Churcheton Milborn, Dors. See Thuterton.

Church Gresley. See Gresley.

Church Hill (Churchehill),Oxon, ii. p. 434.

Churchill, Giles, yeoman of the Crossbows, ii. 769 iii. (2):—p. 434.

Church Mayfield (Mathefelde), Staff., i. g. 1166 (70).

Churchstoke (Churchestoc), co. Montgom., ii. 537.

Churchstow, Devon, i. g. 149 (32).

Churnet (Charnett), the Staffordshire river, i. g. 1537 (17).

Chursdyn, Glouc. See Churchdown.

Churston, Devon, i. g. 149 (40).

Chute. See Chowte.

Chylderlangley. See Langley.

Chyles Ercall. See Ercal.

Chyngley in the Weald, Kent, ii. g. 332 (91).

Chyttorn, Wilts. See Chiltern.

Chyttyng, Hen., i. g. 302 (65).

Chytwood, Thos., ii. g. 476 (66).

Ciciliano. See Siciliano.

Cicyll. See Cecil.

Cieri, Giovan' Paulo Orsino da, ii. p. 466.

Cilcennin (Kilnennon, Kilkennon), co Cardigan, ii. g. 648 (55).

Cilgerran (Kilgarran), co. Cardigan, ii. g. 648 (55).

Cilos, Alexo de, Spaniard, i. 1350.

Cinque Ports, the, i. 626, 698, 870, 1041.

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

Cirencester (Circestre), Glouc., i. g. 1537 (35).

-, abbey (supp.), i. 643 (f. 46):— p. 777; ii. 775 (f. 63):—pp. 434, 439, 441:—g. 648 (11).

-, seven hundreds, ii. p. 434.

Cirlington, Oxon. See Kirtlington.

Cissell. See Cecil.

Civile. See Seville.

Civita Vecchia, in Italy, alum from, i. g. 149 (3).

Clack, Wilts, ii. g. 332 (25).

Clackclose hundred, Norf., i. p. 781.

Claes, Adrian, i. 374.

Claines, Wore, ii. g. 648 (25).

Claiton. See Clayton.

Clamarry. See Crémarest.

Clanchamrown. See Camerons.

Claneayn. See McIans.

Clanfield, Oxon, i. g. 302 (65); ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 335–6).

Clanronald. See McDonald.

Clapham, John, ii. g. 332 (60).

-, Nic., ii. g. 771 (37).

Clapp, Nic., ii. 199 (18).

Clarborough (Clareburge), Notts, i. g. 1537 (17).

Claredon, Warw. See Claverdon.

Clarell, Robt., ii. g. 773 ii. (10).

Clarence, George duke of, ii. g. 773 (2).

Clarencieux (Clarencun), Susan, i. 643 (f. 57); ii. 775 (f. 74).

Clarendon, Wilts, i. g. 149 (23).

Clarke. See Clerke.

Clarona, in Switzerland, i. 165 (p. 84). Qu. Glarus?

Clatercote priory. See Clattercot.

Clatercotes, Wm., ii. g. 332 (57).

Clattercot (Clatercote), Oxon, priory (supp.), i. g. 1383 (31); ii. g. 648 (25).

Clatworthe, —, ii. 435.

Clavell, John, i. g. 149 (40).

-, Rog., i. g. 1383 (110).

Claverdon (Claredon), Warw., i. g. 1166 (73).

Clavering, Essex, ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

Clavering hundred, Essex, ii. 775 (f. 94).

Clavering (Knaveringe) hundred, Norf., ii. g. 771 (30).

Clavering, Thos., i. 1279 (pp. 625–6).

Claverley, Salop, i. g. 1383 (110 p. 693).

Clavertighe manor, Kent, ii. g. 200 (41).

Claxton, Norf., i. g. 1166 (58), 1383 (13).

Claxton, Yorks., i. p. 777.

Claxton, John, i. g. 149 (29).

Claydon, Bucks., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

Claydon, Oxon, ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335–6).

Claydon (Cleydon), Suff., ii. g. 476 (55).

Clays or Claysson, Francis, a Dutchman, i. 585, 684.

Clayton, Lanc., i. g. 504 (16).

Clayton, Yorks., i. p. 777.

Clayton, David, surveyor of woods in the Augmentations, i. 643 (ff. 35, 61, 91, 93):—p. 769.

Clearke. See Clerk.

Clearwell (Clowrewalle), Glouc., ii. 436.

Cletham, Dham. See Cleatlam.

Cleatham (Cleteham), Linc., near Hibaldstow, ii. g. 476 (96).

Cleatlam (Cletham), Dham., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Cleave. See Cleeve.

Clee, Linc., i. p. 771; ii. g. 476 (99), 648 (51 p. 343).

Cleeve (Cleve), Glouc., i. g. 1383 (110).

Cleeve (Cleave, Clyve, Cleve) or Old Cleeve, Soms., abbey (supp.), i. 643 (f. 42); ii. 775 (f. 59):— p. 436.

-, rectory, i. 1280 (f. 59).

Cleffley, Ralph, ii. 185.

Cleford, —, of Dordrecht, i. 935.

Clehunger, Walter, i. g. 302 (64).

Clehydon, Devon, i. g. 1537 (4).

Clement VII., Pope (1523 to 1534), i. 1048.

Clement, John, clk., ii. g. 476 (p. 246).

-, John, i. 643 (f. 59); ii. 775 (f. 75).

-, Nic., ii. g. 648 (17).

-, Ric., ii. 237, 775 (f. 92).

-, Thos., i. g. 1383 (89); ii. 402: —g. 476 (p. 245).

Clementhorpe. See under York.

Clemento, Captain, an Italian. See Siciliano.

Clemson or Clemston, Wm., i. g. 1166 (20).

Clenok Vaure, in Wales. See Clynnog.

Clere, —, ii. 555 (18).

-, Adam. See Clerke.

-, Edm., escheator of Norf. and Suff. (a.d. 1530), ii. g. 773 i. (p. 424).

-, Eliz., ii. g. 476 (55).

-, Sir John, i. 91 (Norf.), 467, 498, 1235; ii. 697 (p. 366):— g. 476 (107 p. 248).

-, -, signature of, i. 1235.

-, Robt., ii. g. 476 (55).

-, Sir Thos., vice-admiral, i. 121, 269, 608, 622, 643 (ff. 68, 79), 650 (75), 761, 951:—g. 718 (5); ii. 259, 319, 697 (p. 366).

-, -, signature of, ii. 319.

-, Thos., i. g. 1537 (17); ii. g. 332 (91).

Cleremount, in France. See Clermont.

Cleres, M. de, i. 1384 (p. 695).

Clergy, the (priests), i. 97 (2), 273, 825, 1027; ii. 282, 344, 603.

-, -, incontinent priests, ii. 240.

Clerke or Clerk, —, i. 1280 (2):— g. 504 (29).

-, -, goldsmith, i. 259.

-, (Clere), Adam, bailiff of Guisnes (temp. Henry VII), i. g. 504 (45); ii. g. 200 (43–4).

-, (Clarke), Dame Agnes, ii. g. 476 (89).

-, (Clarke), Edm., i. p. 776:— g. 1383 (92) 110 p. 693); ii. p. 434:—g. 200 (34).

-, (Clearke, Clarke), Hen., i. 643 (f. 36), 1280 (f. 37):—g. 1537 (11, 35); ii. 775 (f. 52):— g. 648 (43, 51 p. 344).

-, Jas., ii. g. 200 (50).

-, (Clarke), John, i. 643 (f. 18):— g. 302 (64), 504 (47), 1537 (11, 35); ii. 775 (f. 28):—g. 200 (50), 332 (56, 91), 771 (7)

-, (Clarke), Marg., i. g. 1383 (92, 110 p. 693); ii. g. 200 (34).

-, (Clarke), Marion, ii. g. 771 (7).

-, (Clercke), Nic., i. 147 (1, 2).

-, Peter, ii. 647 (5):—g. 648 (22).

-, Ric., i. p. 770:—g, 1166 (26).

-, Robt., i. p. 784; ii. 199 (85):— p. 437.

-, Rog., ii. g. 332 (7).

-, (Clarke), Thos., last abbot of St. Werburg's and first dean of Chester cathedral, i. 1280 (f. 1).

-, Thos., customer of wools at Calais, ii. 199 (130):—g. 332 (4).

-, Thos., escheator of Soms. and Dors. (a.d. 1545), i. g. 504 (47); ii. g. 773 ii.

-, Walter, bailiff of Hadleigh, i. 1332.

-, Wm., serjeant at arms, ii. g. 476 (69).

-, (Clarke), Wm., of Ringmer, his will, i. 930.

-, (Clerc), Wm., a clerk of the Privy Seal, the King's private secretary, i. 148, 301, 650, 963, 1165, 1382, 1536:— g. 1537 (31, 34); ii. 199, 331 (heading and § 14), 475, 634 (p. 322), 647 (heading, etc., and § 3), 770 (heading, etc., and § 28):— p. 441:— g. 648 (9, 32).

-, (Clarke), Wm., i. 648, 722 (7), 947, 1280 (f. 50):— g. 1166 (73 p. 581), 1537 (17 p. 763); ii. g. 648 (22).

Clerke, Peter de, a Frenchman, ii. g. 648 (13).

Clerkenwell, Midd. See under London.

Clerkson, Robt., ii. p. 440.

Clermont (Cleremounte), in France, i. 1346, 1396.

Clero, co. Radnor, See Clyro.

Cleteham, Linc. See Cleatham.

Cleutin. See Clutin.

Cleve. See Cleeve.

Clevedon, Soms., i. p. 775.

Cleveland, Yorks., i. g. 1166 (65).

Clevely, Thos., ii. g. 332 (7).

Clevenger, Jas., i. g. 1166 (22).

Cleves (Cleveland, Cleve), Duchy of, i. 375 (p. 182), 420, 422, 450, 455, 458, 473, 513, 546, 569, 615, 1238.

-, map of, ii. p. 461.

Cleves (and Juliers), William duke of, i. 10, 37 (p. 18), 473 (p. 222), 535, 540, 369, 931–2, 998, 1018 (p. 511), 1070 (p. 532), 1165 (5), 1312, 1390, 1480; ii. 118, 209, 242, 257, 767 (3).

-, -, marriage with Ferdinand's daughter Mary, i. 931–2, 998, 1018 (p. 511), 1070 (p. 532), 1312, 1343, 1480; ii. 209, 257.

-, -, proposed marriage with Jeanne d'Albret, ii. 209.

Cleves, my lady of. See Anne.

Cleves, Francis de, duke of Nevers, q.v.

Clevois soldiers, in English service, i. 72, 80, 91 (p. 41), 113, 208, 437, 467, 536, 566, 612, 638 (2), 687 (2), 907, 1134, 1161, 1209; ii. 444:— p. 468.

-, pay sheets, i. 1134, 1161. 1209.

-, in French service, i. 686.

Cley, Elizabeth, John, Ralph, Robert, Roger, Thos., and Wm., i. g. 1166 (73)

Cleybourn, Simon, i. 148 (33).

Cleydon, Suff. See Claydon.

Clidesdaill, John of, i. 1279 (p. 627).

Cliffe, Kent, i. g. 504 (35), 1166 (43) 1383 (101); ii. g. 476 (p. 248).

Cliffe, Ntht. (now King's Cliffe), ii. p 440.

Cliffe (Cliva) by Lewes, Suss., i. 930.

Cliffe, West, Kent, i. g. 504 (35).

Cliffe or Cliff, —, LL.D., canon of York, ii. 775 (f. 112).

-, Ric., ii. 250.

-, (Clyeff), Thos., ii. 754 (p. 386).

Clifford, Heref., i. g. 970 (13).

-, priory (supp.), i. 643 (f. 16), 644:— p. 775; ii. 775 (f. 23).

-, -, prior. See Hugh, N.

Clifford, —, i. 91 (1, 2, Wilts).

-, Ellen, i. g. 717 (13).

-, George, i. g. 717 (13); ii. p. 437.

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

-, Sir Thomas, vice-captain of Berwick under the Duke of Richmond (1529 to 1536), ii. g. 773 ii. (24).

-, Sir Thos., ii. 775 (f. 72).

-, Thomas, brother of the Earl of Cumberland, i. 774.

-, (Clifforth), Thos., i. 1279 (pp. 626, 629):— g. 717 (13).

Clifton, Beds, ii. g. 648 (22).

Clifton, Devon. See Dartmouth.

Clifton, Lanc., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Clifton, Oxon, ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Clifton, in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 629).

Clifton, Worc., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

Clifton hundred, Beds., i. p. 773.

Clifton, South, Notts, ii. g. 773 ii. (17).

Clifton, Anne, i. g. 504 (47 p. 251).

-, (Clyftun), Edm., priest, i. 1264.

-, Eliz., ii. g. 332 (91).

-, Sir Gerraise, sheriff of Notts and Derby (1546–7), i. 1280 (§ 1 f. 4, § 2):— g. 970 (32); ii. 331 (11), 472:— g. 332 (70).

-, John, ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

-, Nic., i. g. 504 (47 p. 251).

-, Thos., i. 1280 (§ 1 f. 3, §§2,3).

-, Wm., clk., i. 1084.

-, Wm., ii. g. 332 (91), 648 (24).

Climping (Clumpyng), Suss., i. g. 1166 (15); ii. p. 441:— g. 476 (p. 245)

Clinton, Sir Edward Fiennes lord, r. 498, 622, 1235, 1280 (f. 41), 1394 (4):— g. 149 (40), 302 (65 p. 152), 504 (47), 1166 (17, 23, 73 p. 581); ii. 199 (94), 712 i., 759:— g. 332 (40), 648 (62 pp. 346, 348), 771 (37).

-, -, signature of, i. 1235.

-, -, Dame Ursula his wife, i. 969 iii., 1384 (p. 697):— g. 504 (47), 1166 (17, 23).

Clist, Bishops, Devon, i. 301 (31).

Cliva. See Cliffe.

Clodock (St. Cleodoc), Heref., i. g. 1166 (47).

Clogher, bp. of, i. 1497. See Culin, P.; McMahon, R.

Clonmel (Clomell), in Ireland, ii. 156.

Cloos, Thos., ii. g. 332 (90).

Cloppe, Wm., i. 1280 (f. 11).

Clopton, Wm., i. 1280 (f. 11).

Close, Laur., i. g. 1537 (17).

-, Peter, i. g. 1537 (17).

Cloth, i. 645, 860, 1072, 1210, 1238, 1261, 1267, 1386, 1392, 1403, 1472, 1477; ii. 132, 521.

-, export of, i. 631.

-, making of, ii. 759.

-, licence to import, ii. g. 332 (48), 476 (56).

-, ulnage of, ii. 770 (77):— g. 332 (49), 773 i. (27).

Cloth, kinds of, viz.:—

arras, ii. 199 (6).

Bruges satin. See below, Satin.

buckram, i. 627.

caffa, i. 265, 270, 349.

Callicut cloth, i. 946.

cambric (cameryke), i. g. 1383 (11).

canvas, i. 171, 303, 643 (ff. 73, 84), 1124, 1536.

chamelott, ii. g. 476 (103).

cotton, ii. 199 (91).

damask and diaper, i. 1376:— g. 1383 (11); ii. 450, 616, 673.

Flemish, i. g. 1383 (11).

frizados or Haarlem frizados, i. 1180, 1222.

fustians, i. 141–2, 184, 197, 228–9, 263, 264 (1, 2), 291, 296, 312, 323, 347, 354, 367, 375, 401, 409–10, 1434:— g. 1537 (1); ii. 172.

Holland, i. g. 1383 (11).

(kersey), ii. 166, 199 (91):— g. 200 (8), 476 (103).

linen, i. 573, 946, 1222, 1290, 1410:— g. 1383 (11).

"poldaves and oldernes," i. 221, 252, 303; ii. 475 (49), 775 (f. 98).

satin or Bruges satin, i. 265, 349, 627; ii. 304, 475 (18).

say, i. 148 (90).

silk, i. 265, 432, 1376, 1494; ii. g. 476 (103).

tissue of gold, silver and silk, i. 1382 (35):— g. 1383 (11, 96); ii. 476 (56).

velvet, i. 105–6, 265, 349, 627, 1376; ii. 450, 616, 673.

woollen, i. 1290, woollen, export of, i. g. 302 58–9), 504 (6, 21), 1383 (70); ii. g. 332 (24), 476 (95, 103), 771 (4).

worsted, i. 561, 738; ii. 374.

Clothall (alias Chahall, Herts, i. g. 1166 (73 p. 582).

-, St. Mary Magdalen's hospital, i. g. 1166 (73 p. 582).

Clotley, Salop. See Cluddley.

Clotton, Chesh., i. g. 1383 (38); ii. 433.

Clovile, Kath., i. 643 (f. 15); ii. 775 (f. 21).

Clowrewalle, Glouc. See Clearwell.

Clowter, Thos., ii. g. 476 (66).

Clowton, Wm., i. 1280 (f. 28); ii. g. 200 (19).

Cludd, Ric., i. g. 302 (16).

-, Thos., i. g. 302 (16).

Cluddley (Clotley), Salop, i. g. 302 (16).

Clulowe, Wm., i. p. 782.

Clumber, Notts, ii. g. 476 (85).

Clumpyng, Suss. See Climping.

Clun (Clunne) and Clunbury, Salop, i. p. 781.

Clutin or Cleutin, Henry, Sieurd'Oisel (Douzay, Douesse, Doysy) et de Villeparisis, French ambassador in Scotland, i. 322; ii. 347, 380, 413, 428, 485, 501, 517, 751.

-, -, letters to, ii. 501, 751.

-, -, a gentleman of, ii. 380, 413.

Clutton, Ric, ii. g. 332 (7).

Clynnog (Clenok Vaure), co. Carnarvon, provostry of, i. 26.

Clyro (Clero), co. Radnor, ii. g. 332 (26).

Clyve. See Cleeve.

Clyves, John, i. g. 504 (46).

Coal or sea coal, i. 72, 274, 626, 648, 969 (2) 1172; ii. 312, 387, 390, 604.

-, mines, ii. p. 441:— g. 332 (88).

Coal Aston, (Coldaston), Derb., ii. g. 476 (85).

Coates (Cootes) Parva, Linc., ii. g. 648 (51).

Cob, Mr., schoolmaster to Vaughan's children, i. 1494; ii. 52.

Cobbe, Clement, i. 1280 (f. 45).

-, Jehan, master of the Mint of Brabant, i. 1202 ii.

-, (Coobbe), Steph., i. g. 716 (20).

-, (or Colle), Wm., ii. g. 476 (96, 107 p. 248).

Cobden, Suss., ii. g. 476 (p. 246).

Cobden, John, ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

Cobham, Kent, i. g. 1383 (60).

-, college (supp.), i. 620, 643 (f. 45): ii. 775 (f. 61).

-, hall, i 620.

Cobham, gurr. See Chobham.

Cobham, Suss., i. g. 1383 (107).

Cobham (Couban), Sir George Broke lord, Deputy of Calais, letters from, i. 459; ii. 422.

-, -, letters to, i. 42, 44, 47, 70, 161, 193, 261, 265, 274, 283, 310, 342, 349, 355, 359, 405, 411, 485, 523, 525, 568, 587, 620, 829, 876, 1102, 1115, 1376, 1494; ii. 206, 301, 538, 691.

-, -, his daughter, i. 283.

-, -, a son of, i. 1494.

-, -, other references, i. 11, 48, 66, 90, 100, 113, 128, 133, 177, 270, 334, 347 (p. 170), 353, 459, 507, 540, 552–3, 566, 597, 643 (f. 68), 719, 724, 736, 759, 792, 822, 1065, 1093, 1183, 1228, 1255, 1357, 1536 (20):— g. 504 (35), 1166 (73 p. 581); ii. 9, 11, 29, 96, 138, 152, 191, 244, 252, 266, 315, 323, 330, 331 (75–6), 333, 335–6, 339, 457, 475 (5, 50), 489, 504, 592, 647 (19), 730, 759, 770 (59), 775 (f. 72):— p. 441.

Cobham, Anne lady, wife of the preceding, i. 193, 265, 270, 392, 620, 1115; ii. 152, 252.

-, -, letters to, i. 270, 392.

Cobham, Captain, i. 33.

-, Lord (a.d. 1595), ii. 634 (9).

-, Wm. See Broke.

Coblentz (Covelyns, Covelence), in Germany, i. 1286, 1477, 1491; ii. 670 ii.

Cobyn, Robt., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Cochlaeus (Cocleus), Johannes, canon of Breslau, i. 28, 501 (p. 237), 1287 (p. 641).

Cocingley, Yorks., near Leeds, ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Cock (Cok), John, i. 1169:— g. 1166 (20).

-, (Cok), Thos., ii. g. 332 (7).

-, (Cok), Wm., i. g. 149 (40).

Cockburn (Cockeborne, Cokburne), —, a Scot, i. 1241; ii. 304.

-, (Cokburn), Adam, i. 1279 (p. 627).

-, (Cokburn), James, laird of Langtown, letter from, ii. 520.

-, (Cokburn), Ninian, i. 1363–4.

Cockburnspath (Cokbornespeth), in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 626).

Cocke, Chr. See Koke.

-, John, i. g. 302 (30).

-, Ric., i. 643 (f. 90).

Cockeman, John, ii. g. 476 (96, 107 p. 248).

Cocken (Coken), Dham., ii. p. 440.

Cocker, Miles, i. 1280 (f. 33).

Cockerell, Hen., i. g. 504 (2).

-, John, i. g. 504 (2).

-, Ralph, ii. 769 (10).

-, Thos., i. g. 504 (2).

Cockersand (Cokersande) abbey (supp.), near Cockerham, Lanc., i. 643 (f. 41):— g. 504 (16); ii. 775 (ff. 58, 67):— g. 476 (55).

Cockeryth, Nthld., ii. g. 771 (26).

Cockes. See Cox.

Cockesford priory (supp.), in East Rudham, Norf., i. 643 (f. 12); ii. 775 (f. 17).

Cocket, Ant., i. g. 1383 (76); ii. 712 viii.

-, Thos., i. g. 1166 (26).

Cockewold, Yorks. See Coxwold.

Cockeyne, Sir Thos., i. 67.

Cockfield, Suff., i. g. 504 (3).

Cockfield, Suss. See Cuckfield.

Cock fighting, i. 746.

Cockished, John, i. g. 504 (19).

Cocklaw (Coklawe), Nthld., ii. 428.

Cocks "of the game," ii. g. 771 (28).

Cockson, Robt., i. g. 718 (4 p. 357).

Cocleus. See Cochlæus.

Codde, Robt., i. g. 1383 (101).

-, Thos., ii. 697.

Codford (Codeford), Wilts, ii. g. 648 (11).

Codicote, Herts, i. p. 772:— g. 1166 (73).

Codington, Yorks., ii. g. 332 (32).

Codrington, Dorothy, i. 643 (f. 5); ii. 775 (f. 7).

Codyngton, Ric., i. g. 1166 (73).

-, Robt., ii. g. 332 (7).

Coequiet, Eustatius de, letter from, ii. 253.

Coffinswell (Cophynswell), Devon, ii. g. 771 (9).

Cogan or Coggan, Wm., i. g. 1383 (85); ii. g. 476 (25).

Coggeshall (Goggesholde), Essex, i. g. 1383 (18); ii. g. 332 (91).

-, abbey (supp.), i. 643 (f. 51); ii. 775 (f. 68).

Cogh, John, master of St. Edmund's College, Salisbury, i. g. 1166 (16).

Coignieres (Comgueres), Sieur de, i. 1384 (p. 694).

Coins and coinage, i. 64, 1044, 1202; ii. 315, 367, 375. 384.

-, clipping, i. g. 302 (57).

-, counterfeiting of, i. 64.

Cok. See Cock.

Cokborn or Cokburne. See Cockburn.

Coke (see also Cooke), Dr., i. 597.

-, Ant., ii. 472.

-, Chr., of Bremen. See Koke.

-, Edm., i. g. 504 (1).

-, Giles, ii. g. 648 (17).

-, Hugh. See Reading, abbot of.

-, John, i. g. 149 (30), 302 (65); ii. 250, 712 xxi.:— g. 648 (13), 771 (14).

-, Juliana, i. g. 1383 (110).

-, Katharine, i. 922.

-, Nic., ii. g. 648 (15).

-, (Cooke), Ric., groom of the Privy Chamber, ii. 634 (1, 10).

-, -, signature of, ii. 634.

-, Ric, ii. g. 332 (57), 648 (17).

-, Thos., i. 1185 ii.:— g. 1383 (110); ii. g. 476 (85), 771 (14).

-, Wm, i. g. 302 (8); ii. 320.

Cokehill nunnery (supp.), in Inkberrow parish, Worc., i. 644.

Coken, Dham. See Cocken.

Coker, Andrew, ii. g. 771 (30).

Cokeram, John, i. p. 776.

Cokkett. See Coquet.

Cokker, Hen., i. g. 302 (65).

Cokkes. See Cox.

Cokrell, Mr., servant to Sir A. Denny, ii. 650, 750.

Colalto. See Collalto.

Colbrooke, Midd. See Colnbrook.

Colby, Francis, ii. 656.

Colcebye, Linc., See Goulsby.

Colchester, Essex, i. 643 (f. 67), 845, 1119, 1137, 1180, 1302:— g. 302 (30), 1383 (104), 1537 (23, 35); ii. p. 458:— g. 476 (55), 773 i. (14).

-, Northstrete, ii. g. 773 i. (14).

-, Rigate, ii. g. 476 (55).

-, St. Botolph's priory, ii. g. 773 i. (14).

-, St. John's abbey (supp.), i. g. 1537 (23, 35); ii. g. 332 (54), 476 (32, 55).

-, St. John's Grene, ii. g. 476 (55).

-, St. Leonard le Hythe, parson of (John Smith?), i. 1204.

Colcombe, Devon. See Colecombe.

Colcottes, Yorks. See Cold Cotes.

Coldale, Cumb., ii. p. 438.

Cold Ashton (Coldaiston), Glouc., ii. g. 648 (12).

Coldaston, Derb. See Coal Aston.

Cold Cotes (Colcottes), Yorks., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Coldenknowis. See Cowdenknows.

Coldewell. See Coldwell.

Cold Higham, Ntht., i. p. 782.

Coldred (Colrede), Kent, i. g. 1537 (24).

Coldstream, in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 630).

Coldwell (Coldewell), George, i. 1280 (f. 9).

-, Harry, ii. 775 (f. 96).

-, Robt., i. g. 149 (33); ii. g. 200 (24).

Cole, —, ii. g. 200 (19).

-, Ant., ii. p. 435.

-, Eliz., i. g. 1537 (35).

-, Henry, LL.D., warden of New College, Oxford, signature of, i. 244.

-, Jas., i. g. 1537 (24).

-, John, i. g. 149 (37); ii. g. 476 (78).

-, Ric., i. g. 149 (37).

-, Wm., i. g. 1537 (35).

Colecombe (Colcombe), beside Colyton, Devon, i. g. 1383 (2).

Coleford (Colfforde), Glouc., ii. 436.

Colepeper. See Culpeper.

Coleridge (Colrudge), Devon, i. g. 1537 (23).

Colerne (Colorne), Wilts, ii. g. 332 (67).

Coleruste. See Colruste.

Coley. See Cowley.

Colfforde, Glouc. See Coleford.

Colfox, Ric., i. g. 504 (1).

Colham (Culhame), Midd., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

Coligni, Francois de, Sieur d'Andelot, brother of Gaspar, ii. 255, 384 (p. 187).

Coligni, Gaspar de, Sieur de Chastillon, afterwards Admiral of France, ii. 255, 384 (p. 187), 496 (p. 257).

Coligni, Odet de, Cardinal of Châtillon, i. 1394 (4); ii. 384 (p. 187).

Collalto (Colalto), Count Collaltino de, i. 787, 1165 (79).

Collard, Arthur, ii. g. 332 (7).

Collas, Ric., ii. g. 332 (7).

Collaton Abbott, Devon. See Colyton Raleigh.

Colle, Robt., i. 643 (f. 59).

-, Wm. See Cobbe.

Colleges. See Chantries, colleges, etc.

Collen. See Cologne.

Collen, Hen., i. g. 1383 (60).

-, John, i. g. 149 (33).

Collerdes manor, Norf., i. p. 771.

Colles, Alex., ii. g. 332 (49).

-, Eliz., i. g. 1537 (35).

-, Humph, i. 1280 (f. 26):— p. 783:— g. 1537 (35).

Collesdon, Beds. See Colsden.

Colleworthe, Beds. See Colworth.

Colley, Derb. See Cowley.

Collice, Thos., i. 643 (f. 75).

Collingbourn, Wilts, ii. g. 771 (25).

Collingwood, Harry, i. 1279 (pp. 626–7).

-, Robt., i. 1279 (pp. 625–9); ii. 472.

-, (Colyngewood, Colyngwod), Wm., i. g. 1383 (89); ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

Collins or Collyns, Edw., i. 147 (2), 643 (f. 81).

-, John, i. 643 (f. 79):— g. 1166 (57), 1383 (110); ii. 775 (f. 90).

-, Thos., i. p. 773:— ii. g. 332 (7).

-, Wm., i. g. 1166 (57), 1383 (110).

Colin. See Cologne.

Collombstoke, Devon. See Culmstock.

Colloygne. See Cologne.

Collumpton (Columpton), Devon, i. g. 302 (24).

Collye, John, i. 643 (f. 74).

Collynge, Thos., i. g. 1537 (25).

Collynghed, Yorks. See Cowlinghill.

Collys. See Coly.

Colman, Thos., i. 148 (49):— g. 1166 (58), 1383 (1); ii. g. 200 (48).

Colme. See Colne.

Colmelay. See Cholmondeley.

Colnbrook (Colbrooke), Midd., ii. 769 ii. (8).

Colne (Colme, Colney), the Essex river, i. 643 (f. 66), 884.

-, blockhouse of, ii. 775 (f. 84).

Colner Colfox, Essex, i. g. 1383 (78).

Colness (Colnes), Suff., i. p. 781.

Colney, Essex. See Colne.

Colney, Herts, ii. g. 648 (46).

Cologne, (Colloygne, Collen, Collan. Cullen, Colln, Coleyn), city and bpric, i. 10, 129, 181 (p. 91), 237, 277, 402, 450, 664, 735, 1031, 1155 (2), 1261, 1282, 1285, 1312, 1355, 1390, 1409, 1434 (p. 719); ii. 199 (104), 313, 438, 440, 565, 612.

-, Cathedral, i. 129.

Cologne (Cullen, Colong), Hermann von Wied, abp. of, Elector, administrator of Paderborn, i. 28, 45, 97, 129, 165 (p. 84), 180–1, 192, 256–7, 316, 325, 412–3, 439, 475, 730, 910, 1049, 1070 (4), 1103, 1113, 1115, 1155, 1207, 1231, 1237, 1390, 1409, 1437, 1513; ii. 377, 438, 569, 602, 628, 632.

-, -, letter from, ii. 628.

-, -, his coadjutor. See Schauenburg, Court.

Colonna, Fabritius, i. 1285.

-, (Columpna), Signor Piero de, ii. 178.

Colquhoun (Quolquham, Qwome), Patrick, i. 171, 922; ii. 181.

Colrede, Kent. See Coldred.

Colrudge, Devon. See Coleridge.

Colruste (Coleruste), in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 630).

Colsden (Collesdon), Beds, ii. g. 648 (51).

Colsell (Cosell), Emma, i. g. 1537 (35).

-, Mary, ii. g. 476 (107).

-, Thos., i. g. 149 (40); ii. g. 476 (107).

-, (Cosell), Wm, i. g. 1537 (35).

Colsetter, Steph., ii. g. 773 ii. (2).

Colstan, Wm., i. g. 504 (47).

Colsterworth, Linc., ii. 738.

Colston, Agnes, ii. g. 771 (37).

Colte, Eliz., ii. g. 200 (50).

-, Robt., ii. g. 200 (50).

Colteman. See Coltman.

Clhurste, John, i. p. 785.

-, (Coltehurst, Coltehirste, Coltherst, Cotehurst), Matth., auditor, i. 100, 156, 171, 946, 1280 (ff. 25, 29, 30, 59, 61); ii. 288, 775 (f. 107).

Coltman or Colteman, John, clk., i. 1084; ii. 225.

Colton, John, i. g. 1383 (89); ii. g. 200 (50).

Columbell, John, i. g. 1383 (89).

Columpna. See Colonna.

Columpton, Devon. See Collumpton.

Colverdon, John, i. g. 149 (33).

Colwell, —, i. 168.

Colworth (Culworthe, Colleworthe), Beds, ii. g. 648 (52).

Coly (Collys), Thos., mayor of Dover (1545–6), i. 259, 526, 702, 1093; ii. 39.

Colynge, Wm., i. g. 1537 (25).

Colyngewood. See Collingwood.

Colynghames, Norf., i. p. 775.

Colyton, Devon. i. 1536 (1):— g. 1383 (2); ii. g. 771 (7).

-, grant to inhabitants, ii. 770 (10):— g. 771 (7, 21).

Colyton Raleigh (Collaton Abbott), Devon, i. g. 504 (27, 47 p. 251).

Comb, Glouc. See Icomb.

Combas (Combatz), Sieur de, Captain Pierre, French messeng to Scotland, i. 8 (p. 4), 121 1251, 1255, 1275; ii. 170, 48 684, 693, 702, 726, 743–4, 75

Combe, Devon, i. g. 1537 (11).

Combe, Essex, i. p. 772.

Combe, Hants, ii. g. 200 (34).

Combe, Kent, i. p. 770.

Combe, Soms., ii. p. 440.

Combe, Warw., i. p. 776.

-, abbey (supp.), i. p. 776:— g. 1383 (110 p. 693).

Combe Bissett (Combebassett), Wilts, i. g. 1383 (82).

Combe Bradley, Glouc., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Combe Haven, Devon, i. 24. Qu. Salcombe?

Combe, Lower, Devon, i. g. 1383 (110 p. 693).

Combe Prior, Devon, i. g. 1383 (110 p. 693).

Combe, John, i. g. 504 (1).

Combenevell. See Coombe.

Comberford (Cumberford), Staff., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

Comberford, Humph., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 336).

Combermere, Chesh., abbey (supp.), i. g. 1537 (21).

Combes or Combs, Suff., i. g. 1383 (1).

Combes, Ric., ii. p. 441.

Combewell, Kent, in Goudhurst, i. g. 1537 (23).

-, priory (supp.), i. g. 1537 (24).

Combigga, co. Montgom. See Cwm Biga.

Combleden, Wm., merchant of Brest, i. 1410.

Comblige. See Cumblige.

Combnour or Combnowre, Berks. See Cumnor.

Combryge, Staff., i. p. 782.

Combs (Combes), Suff., ii. pp. 435, 437–8:— g. 200 (48).

Combwell, Suss., ii. g. 648 (62 p. 347).

Comendador Mayor, the [of Leon]. See Covos.

Comes, Wm., ii. 770 (42).

Comfits and confections, i. 1384 (p. 696).

Comgueres. See Coignieres.

Comhyer mon. See Cwm-Hir.

Comins, Beverley, clk., i. 702.

Comlidge. See Cumblige.

Commey Bagheyn, near Carmarthen, i. p. 782.

Common Pleas, Court of, i. 1145.

-, chief prothonotary. See Rokewood, N.

Commons, House of, i. 9.

Commysburie, Soms. See Congresburie.

Comnor, Berks. See Cumnor.

Compagni (Compaigne, Campane, Campani, Comp, Campagni Compeigne, Company), Barth., Italian merchant in London, i. 82, 94–5, 105–6, 126, 143, 200, 206,211,229,241,323,367, 573, 643 (f. 84), 650 (71), 955, 1022, 1044, 1049, 1060, 1105, 1113–4, 1135, 1194, 1234, 1332, 1380, 1420–1, 1434, 1448, 1470, 1477, 1492, 1535:— g. 716 (15); ii. 42, 97 (1, 2), 121, 132, 172, 331 (50), 387, 444 (p. 211), 475 (74), 503, 618, 775 (f. 84):— g. 476 (103).

Compert, Gilb., ii. 769 iii. (5).

Compiegne (Compeigne, Campaigne), in France, i. 89, 861; ii. 485, 564, 623.

-, letters dated at, ii. 549, 589, 602, 610, 638.

Compigny, M. de, i. 1384 (p. 695).

Compton, Dors., i. p. 774.

Compton, Glouc., ii. 436.

Compton Chamberlain, Wilts, ii. g. 332 (87), 476 (p. 246).

Compton Dando, Soms., ii. p. 434.

Compton, Fenny., Warw., i. g. 1383 (31); ii. g. 648 (25).

Compton, Little, Glouc., ii. p. 435.

Compton, Long, Warw., ii. g. 200 (18).

Compton Parva, Glouc., ii. g. 200 (32), 332 (36), 648 (25).

Compton, Captain, i. 300, 499 (2).

-, Hen., i. g. 1383 (3); ii. g. 332 (40).

-, John, prb. of Worcester, ii. 199 (101):— g. 332 (29, 55).

-, John, i. g. 302 (65).

-, Peter, dec., ii. g. 332 (40).

-, Thos., i. g. 302 (29).

-, Wm., ii. g. 332 (13).

Comptons, Bucks, i. g. 1383 (103); ii. p. 437.

Comptroller, Mr. See Gage, Sir J.

Comsthorpe, Yorks. See Gowthorpe.

Comyowe, Monm. See Cwm Yoy.

Concel, Hugh. See Counsell.

Concordia, Count of. See Mirandula.

Condrie, Martin, i. 643 (f. 89).

Conesbye. See Coningsby.

Coney or Cony, Wm., i. 91 (1, 2, Hunts).

Conference, the. See under Ratisbon.

Confey (Confy), in Ireland, i. 918 (p. 449).

Confiteor, a new kind of, i. 732.

Congresbury (Commysburie), Soms., i. 148 (47).

Conies, i. 1384 (p. 696).

Coningsby (Connysby, Conyngesbie), Linc., i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581); ii. g. 476 (96).

Coningsby (Conysbie), Chr., i. 1280 (f. 6).

-, (Conysbye, Conyngesby), Humph., i. 1280 (f. 43):— g. 149 (40).

-, (Conyngesby, Conesbye, Conysby), John, sheriff of Essex and Herts (1546–7), i. 91 (Herts); ii. 472:— g. 771 (6).

-, (Conyngesbye), Robt., i. 1165 (2):— g. 1166 (9).

-, (Conysbie), Wm., i. 1280 (f. 6).

Coniston (Conyngston), Yorks., i. g. 1166 (37).

Coniston (Conaston), Cold, Yorks., i. g. 1383 (66).

Connaught, in Ireland, i. 915.

Conne, Robt., i. g. 504 (1 p. 244).

Connelagh, Neil. See O'Neil.

Conner, Gerald, i. g. 149 (14).

Connersley Grange, Chesh., ii. g. 200 (1).

Connington, Camb. i. g. 1383 (69).

Conny, Mr., i. 153.

Connysby, Linc. See Coningsby.

Conrad, the parochus of Strasburg, ii. 767 (3, 19).

Consalez, Alexio de, i. 789.

Constable [of France], the. See Montmorency, A. de.

Constable, Lady Joan, widow, i. g. 1383 (110).

-, Sir John, i. g. 1166 (37).

-, John, i. 1280 (f. 14); ii. 770 (17).

-, Sir Marm., i. 1280 (f. 21); ii. 453, 775 (f. 102).

-, -, signature, ii. 453.

-, Marm., i. 1280 (f. 14).

-, Sir Robert, senior (executed in 1537), i. g. 718 (4), 1383 (25); ii. 554 (p. 283):— g. 771 (37).

-, Sir Robt., i. 1279 (p. 628); ii. 181, 199 (120), 331 (84).

-, Robt., ii. p. 441.

-, Thos., ii. 199 (120).

-, Wm., ii. 199 (120).

-, Wm., of Sherburn, escheator of Yorks. (a.d. 1545), ii. g. 773 ii.

Constance, in Germany, i. 165 (p. 84).

-, lake of (or Boden See), i. 423–4, 430.

Constantinople, i. 63, 78, 96, 436, 542, 820; ii. 340, 384 (p. 187), 388, 496 (p. 257), 507, 603, 735, 764.

-, letters to the Venetian bailo, i. 258, 559, 883.

Contribution, the, or "loving contribution" (raised in 1546), i. 790, 810–11, 844, 963 (145), 986, 1041, 1065, 1165 (38), 1204, 1273, 1386, 1445, 1531:— g. 1165 (46); ii. 19, 34, 134–5, 172, 225, 312, 366, 399, 400, 435, 454, 631, 749.

-, commissions for, i. g. 970 (31–3).

-, letters missive, commission and instructions for, i. 844.

Convocation of Canterbury, ii. g. 476 (72).

Conway (Conwey), priory (supp.), ii. g. 200 (32, 36), 332 (57).

Conway or Conwey, Edw., i. 148 (125):— g. 504 (40).

-, Fulk, i. g. 504 (40).

-, Hen., i. 148 (125):— g. 504 (40); ii. 472 (Flint).

-, John, Ormond's servant, i. 920–1.

-, John, i. 1280 (§ 1 f. 47, §§ 2, 3).

-, Wm., ii. 199 (85).

Cony, Ric., ii. g. 332 (79, 80).

-, Thos., ii. g. 332 (79).

Conyers, Lady Eliz., widow, i. g. 1383 (110).

-, Sir George, i. g. 1383 (110).

-, John lord, ii. 759.

Conyngham, John, ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

Conysbie. See Coningsby.

Coobbe. See Cobbe.

Coodeyng manor, Suss., ii. g. 771 (3).

Cooke (see also Coke), —, i. 1280 (f. 59).

-, Andrew, ii. 775 (f. 93).

-, (Sooke), Ant., i. 643 (ff. 67, 71), 836, 1384 (p. 695):— g. 504 (29).

-, Edm., i. g. 1166 (58).

-, Edw., keeper of Hyde Park, i. g. 302 (23).

-, Edw., i. 148 (89):— p. 779:— g. 149 (33).

-, Hugh, abbot of Reading, q.v.

-, John, i. 930; ii. 775 (f. 90).

-, Ric., i. p. 771; ii. 770 (1):— p. 434.

-, Rog., ii. g. 476 (1).

-, Thos., i. p. 772:— g. 1537 (7).

-, Wm., i. g. 1383 (89); ii. 572:— g. 200 (50).

Cookedale, Nthld. See Coquet Dale.

Cookes. See Cox.

Cookridge (Cukrygge), Yorks., i. p. 785.

Coole Lane (Cowlane), Chesh., i. p. 769.

Coolestown (Calestoune), in Ireland, ii. 156.

Coombe (Combenevell), near Kingston on Thames, Surr., i. 1280 (f. 39).

Coope. See Cope.

Cooper, Stephen, i. 1280 (f. 45).

Coore, John, i. g. 302 (65 p. 152).

Coote, Wm., i. p. 785.

Cootes. See Cotes.

Cootes Parva, Linc. See Coates.

Copar. See Cowper.

Cope or Coope, Ant., escheator Oxon and Berks (a.d. 1530), (1, 2, Oxon), 1280 (f. 5) 1384 (p. 696):— g. 716 (20) ii. g. 773 i. (p. 424).

-, James, ii. g. 771 (3).

-, John, Sheriff of Northamptonshire (1545–6), escheator of Ntht. and Rutl., 1. 643 (f. 70):— g. 302 (65); ii. 472:— g. 773 i. (p. 425).

-, Wm., 1. g. 1166 (4).

Copeland (Cowpland), Cumb., ii. p. 439.

Copeland, Thos., i. 1274.

-, Wm., King's chaplain, 1. 148 (45):— g. 149 (16).

Coper. See Cowper.

Copferler. See Gopferler.

Copford (Capford), Essex, i. g. 1537 (23); ii. g. 476 (107).

-, Bulleckes lands in, i. g. 1537 (35).

Cophynswell, Devon. See Coffinswell.

Copinger, —, i. 91 (1, 2, Surrey).

-, John, of Cork, i. 1072.

-, Ralph, ii. 199 (97):— g– 476 (37).

Cople (Copull), Beds, ii. g. 648 (25), 970 (62 p. 489).

Copledyke or Copledyck (Cuppledyke), Sir John, i. 91 (Linc.), 774:— g. 970 (32).

-, (Coupledike), Marg., i. 302 (32).

Copleston, John, ii. 43.

Copley, Ric., i. 963 (49); ii. g. 648 (43, 51 p. 344).

Copnall, Chesh. See Coppenhall.

Copnor, Hants, ii. g. 200 (34).

Coppehill [Kent?], i. 1280 (f. 41).

Coppenhall (Copnall), Chesh., i. p. 769.

Copper, i. 171, 252, 324, 376, 409, 428, 453, 1044–5, 1049, 1101, 1113, 1187, 1250, 1322, 1361, 1470, 1477; ii. 17, 42, 72, 75, 146, 188, 247, 308, 394, 438, 661.

Coppeston, Warw. See Copston.

Copston (Coppeston), Warw., ii. p. 438:— g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Copston (Coppeston), Yorks., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 344).

Copthall or Coppedhall, Essex, ii. p. 434.

Copyndale, Edm., escheator of Yorks. (a.d. 1529), ii. g. 773 i. (p. 424).

Coquet (Cokkett), the Northumberland river, ii. 428.

Coquet Dale (Cookedale), Nthld., ii. g. 648 (38).

Coraunte, Alex., i. g. 149 (14).

Corbeil (Corbeylle), in France, i. 1185, 1365.

-, letters dated at, i. 1405–6.

Corbet (Corbote), in Scotland, laird of, i. 1279 (p. 626).

Corbett or Corbet, Mr., ii. 553.

-, Andrew, escheator of Salop (a.d. 1546), i. g. 302 (25); ii. g. 773 ii.

-, Fras., i. 1280 (f. 53).

-, Gilbert, ii. p. 434.

-, John, i. 91 (Essex), 1519:— g. 1166 (58).

-, Marg., i. g. 970 (62).

-, Ric., ii. g. 332 (91).

Corbie, Ntht. See Corbye.

Corbie on the Somme, in Picardy, i. 122.

-, a man of, i. 587.

-, pictorial map, ii. p. 468.

Corbridge, Nthld. See Aydon bridges.

Corbrigge, John, ii. g. 476 (6).

Corby, Ntht. (Corbye, Rutl.), i. g. 504 (1)

Corby Woods, in Rockingham Forest, Ntht., ii. g. 476 (10).

Corby (Corbye, Corbie), Robt., i. g. 504 (1 pp. 243–4).

Corbynelle, Thomas, i. 206.

Corcuera, Captain Pedro Diaz de, i. 1366.

Cordall, John, ii. g. 771 (14).

-, Wm, ii. g. 771 (14).

Cordwayne, Ric., ii. g. 476 (1).

Core, John, grocer, i. g. 1383 (17).

Corens alias Cams, Harry, i. 1223.

Corfe, John, i. g. 149 (14).

Corffe Castle, Dors., ii. p. 460.

Corff Mullen (C. Molyn), Dors., i. g. 504 (27).

Corfu, archbishop of, ii. 590.

Corhampton, Hants, ii. g. 200 (34).

Coriat (Corryett), John, i. 1087.

Cork (Korke), in Ireland, 1072, ii. 175.

-, letter dated at, i. 304.

-, mayor of, ii. 175.

Corland, Dors., ii. p. 460.

Corley, Wm., i. g. 1383 (89).

Cormeil, Salop. See Meol.

Corn. See Grain.

Cornaro, Andrea, Cardinal, i. 1288, 1366 ("the Cardinal").

Cornbrough (Corntmrghe), Yorks., ii. g. 772 (1).

Cornbury (Corneburie), Oxon, i. pp. 777, 785.

Corneforde, John, i. g. 1383 (110).

-, Wm., i. g. 1383 (110).

Cornelison, Hen., i. 7.

Cornelys, goldsmith. See Hayes, C.

Cornelys, a mariner of Calais, i. 759.

Cornelys, John, i. 643 (f. 84).

Corner, Robt., i. g. 304 (1 p. 244).

Cornet, Wm., i. g. 1383 (14).

Cornewall, Nthld. See Cornhill.

Cornewall, Sir George. See Cornwall.

Corneworthe. See Cornworthy.

Corney, John, i. p. 779.

-, Rog., ii. g. 648 (17).

Cornhill (Cornell, Cornewall), Nthld., i. 1279 (pp. 627–30):— i. g. 1383 (55).

Cornishe, —, Hertford's lieutenant in Jersey, i. 135, 732, 793.

Corn powder. See Gunpowder.

Cornwall, i. 363 (2), 414, 591 (p. 290), 643 (f. 82), 1086, 1137, 1280(f. 25):— g. 302 (30), 970 (32); ii. 218, 775 (ff. 82, 107).

-, escheators, ii. g. 773 i., ii.

-, map of South coast, ii. p. 455.

-, musters in, i. 91 (1, 2).

-, sheriff of, ii. 472. See St. Aubyn, T. (1545–6); Trelawny, J. (1546–7).

-, stannary, i. g. 970 (28).

Cornwall, Duchy of, ii. g. 476 (67).

Cornwall (Cornewal), Sir George, i. 91 (1, 2, Heref.); ii. 472.

Cornwellys St. Mary's, co. Anglesea, ii. g. 200 (36).

Cornwood and Cornwood Town manors, Devon, i. p. 771:— g. 1537 (11, 35).

Cornworthy (Corneworthe, Corneworth), Devon, nunnery (supp.), i. 643 (f. 48); ii. 775 (f. 65).

Corras (Cowrose), Heref., i. g. 1537 (17 p. 763).

Correggio, Hieronimo da, i. 1301.

Correr, Victor, a Venetian, ii. 218.

Corringham (Coryngham), Linc., ii. g. 773 ii. (17).

-, prebend of, i. 1165 (21).

Corrn (Cown), Elias, i. 374, 1026; ii. 604.

Corryett. See Coriat.

Corscombe (Corsecombe), Dors., i. p. 777.

-, parson of, i. 1280 (f. 28).

Corsers manor, Herts, ii. g. 648 (46).

Corsham (Cossam, Cosseham), Wilts, i. g. 149 (40); ii. g. 476 (53).

Corso, John Baptist, i. 436, 723 (? "the secret matter"), 1041.

-, Captain Napoleon (or Neapolito), i. 1154, 1302, 1382 (20); ii. 775 (f. 89).

Corsragwell. See Crossraguel.

Corston, Soms., ii. p. 434.

Corteleben, John, of Amsterdam, i. 496, 525.

Corteley, John, i. g. 504 (1 p. 244).

Cortesius, Gregory, bp. of Urbino, letter from, i. 1164.

Corton, Suff., ii. p. 456.

Corton, Joan, i. g. 1383 (82).

Cort Peny. See Pennynck.

Corver, Geo., i. g. 1383 (89); ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

Corvester (Corvestre), Thos., abbot of Haughmond, i. 643 (f. 25); ii. 775 (f. 21).

Corvoste(Kurfürst), the. See Saxony, elector of.

Corwyn. See Curwen.

Cosell. See Colsell,

Cosford (Cosserde), Warw., ii. p. 438:— g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Cosing, Edm., ii. g. 648 (43, 51 p. 344).

Cosklar. See Kueseller.

Cossam or Cosseham, Wilts. See Corsham.

Cossington (Cosyngton), Leic., i. g. 504 (1 pp. 243–4).

Coste, John, ii. g. 476 (55).

Costie, Nic., ii. 8.

Cosyn, John, parson of Luddington, ii. 240 ii.

-, Nic., i. g. 302 (8).

Cosyngton, Leic. See Cossington.

Cotam, Jas., ii. g. 772 (4).

Cotame, Yorks. See Cotham.

Cotehurst. See Colthurst.

Cotes (Cootes), Humph., i. 643 (f. 90).

-, John, escheator of Salop (a.d. 1519), ii. g. 773 i.

-, (Cootes), Wm., i. 1280 (f. 56).

Cotesmore, Wm., escheator of Oxon and Berks (a.d. 1515), ii. g. 773 i.

Cotewall, John, i. g. 1166 (20).

Cotham (Cotteham), Notts, ii. g. 476 (96).

Cotham (Cotame), Yorks., i. p. 773

Cotmore, Evan, ii. 475 (105).

Coton (Cotton), Staff., ii. g. 648 (25 p 336).

Coton, Warw., i. g. 1383 (110). See also Chilvers Coton.

Cotswold wool, i. 1180 (p. 587).

Cotteham, Notts. See Cotham.

Cotteler. See Cutler.

Cotten. See Cotton.

Cotterstock, Ntht., i. 631.

Cottingham, Yorks., i. g. 716 (12); ii. g. 771 (10).

Cottome, Brian, ii. 439.

-, Thos., ii. p. 439.

Cotton wool, i. 986.

Cotton (Calton), beside Northampton, ii. g. 476 (p. 245), 648 (25 p. 335).

Cotton, Staff. See Coton.

Cotton, Abbots, Derb., ii. 574:— g. 771 (10).

Cotton, —, ii. 768.

-, Captain, i. 499 (2).

-, Lady, wife of Ralph Bagenall, i. 650 (3).

-, Alice, i. p. 784.

-, Chr., ii. g. 771 (7).

-, Eliz., widow, i. 650 (17).

-, Sir George, ii. 79.

-, George, i. g. 504 (1).

-, Joan, ii. g. 771 (7).

-, John, i. 1384 (p. 6 199 (105), 229 775 (f p. 435.

-, Marg., i. 643 (f. 58); (f. 74).

-, Lady Mary, widow of Sir George, i. p. 777; ii. 199 (124).

-, Ric., i. 643 (ff. 25, 85):— pp. 778, 784.

-, Robt., i. 643 (f. 70):— g. 504 (1).

-, (Cottoune), Thos., escheator of Camb. and Hunts (a.d. 1546), i. 91 (1, 2, Comb.), 498, 751; ii. g. 773 ii.

-, (Cotten), Wm., i. g. 302 (25).

Couban, Mons. de. See Cobham.

Couche. See Cowche.

Coucy (Couchy), in Picardy, ii. 255 (p. 121).

Coughton, Warw., i. p. 780.

Couldray. See Le Coudray.

Coulsdon (Cullesdon), Surr., i. p 771.

Councell (Counsaille, Counseill, Concel), Hugh, i. 208, 353, 536, 585, 587, 643 (ff. 67, 74).

Council, General, i. 268, 272 (p. 129), 501, 582 (1 p. 285, 2), 742 796 (p. 395), 834 (2), 1070 (1, 3, 5), 1412, 1463, 1526; ii. 624. See also Trent, Council of.

Council or Privy. Council ("The Lords"), viz., Cranmer, Wriothesley, Norfolk, St. John, Hertford, Russell, Arundel, Essex, Lisle, Tunstall, Gardiner, Thirlby, Cheyney, Gage, Browne, Wingfield, Seymour, Sadler, Wotton, Paget, Petre, Riche, Baker.

-, -, letters from, i. 49, 65, 122, 197, 354–5, 387, 405, 433, 438, 457, 463, 517, 699, 706–7, 733, 745, 790, 810, 812, 823–4, 849, 860, 899, 928–9, 962, 1008, 1042, 1053, 1073, 1092, 1094, 1106, 1111, 1128, 1139, 1205, 1236, 1242–3, 1247, 1296, 1368, 1387–8, 1413–5, 1429, 1478, 1484, 1530; ii. 4, 27, 109, 122, 149, 191, 212, 233–4, 245, 334, 345, 400, 478, 513, 619, 630, 691.

-, -, letters to, i. 17, 126, 170, 196, 219, 247, 250, 262, 275, 281–2, 331, 350, 364, 381–2, 396, 422, 428, 481, 511, 532, 538, 539, 570, 622, 659, 676, 679, 687, 751, 768, 780, 788, 793, 804, 811, 814, 819, 828, 858, 868, 880, 893, 901, 914, 917–8, 920–4, 940, 942, 979, 983, 997, 1060, 1062, 1074, 1090, 1097, 1100–1, 1114, 1120–1, 1162–3, 1171, 1173, 1184, 1197, 1210, 1223, 1238–9, 1297, 1306, 1318, 1328, 1335, 1361, 1373,1434–5,1438,1448,1458–9, 1469–70, 1487, 1492, 1503, 1514; ii. 19, 34–5, 42, 44, 51, 58, 70, 72, 75, 82, 95–6, 108, 114, 132, 134, 141, 155, 173, 187–8, 198, 214, 232, 247, 291–2, 300, 337, 349, 367, 375, 398, 401–2, 426, 428, 541, 543, 552–4, 583, 593, 615, 617, 622, 653, 655, 666–7, 729, 746, 755.

-, -, clerks of, i. 1262.

-, -, commission to sign warrants for payments, ii. g. 332 (43).

-, -, security given by certain members for a loan, i. 319.

-, -, council in London (during the King's progress), ii. 14, 84, 107, 115, 121, 124, 259.

-, -, -, letters from, ii. 19, 34–5, 44, 58, 82, 95–7, 108, 114, 134–5, 141, 155, 167, 203, 305, 312.

-, -, -, letters to, ii. 27, 122, 141 (2), 212, 513.

-, -, other references, i. 5, 8 (p. 4), 12, 23, 25, 37 (p. 18), 43, 85, 94, 119, 131, 141–2, 145, 147 (2), 148 (29, 103–5), 171, 179, 184–5, 200–1, 211–2, 219–20, 227–8, 234–5, 257, 263, 274:, 290–1, 296, 315, 323, 343, 347–8, 351, 367, 373, 375, 377, 394, 399, 410, 434, 435, 439, 446–7, 450, 453, 458, 464, 470, 482, 486, 495, 506, 523, 525, 531, 534, 540–1, 546, 550, 553, 563, 566, 581 (3), 587–8, 592–3, 610, 615–6, 622, 625, 633, 636, 682, 700–1, 708, 724, 743, 761–2, 764, 813, 818, 825, 837, 855, 862, 889, 905, 911, 915, 935, 938, 955–6, 960, 963 (141), 969, 982, 985, 993, 1001,1018–20, 1027, 1029, 1034, 1044, 1047, 1049, 1058–9, 1061, 1108, 1112–3, 1129, 1135, 1138, 1144, 1152, 1155, 1165 (36), 1180–1, 1183, 1187–8, 1198, 1207, 1219, 1227–8, 1233, 1250, 1266, 1280 (2), 1283, 1319, 1323–4, 1331, 1336, 1371, 1374, 1382 (10), 1390–1, 1395 (2), 1398, 1401, 1405–6, 1412, 1417, 1420–1, 1432, 1439, 1449–50, 1460–1, 1463, 1474–7, 1491 (p. 744), 1493, 1500, 1519–20, 1535:— g. 716 (14, 15); ii., 14, 15, 23, 36, 71, 76, 87, 92, 143–5, 156, 160, 188, 207, 216, 239, 243, 254, 262, 281, 308–9, 315, 325, 331 (44), 335, 393–4, 396–7, 409, 418, 422, 430, 443, 447, 449, 450, 455, 459, 475 (notes), 478, 483, 500, 509, 518, 524, 540, 546–8, 554, 555 (7, 8, 14), 568, 584, 591, 605–6, 613 (p. 313), 616, 620, 623, 631, 634, 660, 662, 673, 679, 683–4, 695, 713 (p. 374), 728, 735, 743, 753–4, 756, 768 (p. 398).

Counde, Mons., i. 540.

Coundon, Warw., i. p. 781.

Counseill. See Councell.

Counte, Nicholas de, ii. 54.

Counthorpe (Cowthorpe), Linc., i. p. 774:— g. 504 (47).

Couper, abbot of. See Cupar.

Coupledike. See Copledyke.

Coursall, co. Pembroke. See Caersai.

Coubt, the, i. 22–3, 38, 116, 119, 156, 234, 415, 439, 469, 479, 523, 700, 732, 759, 784, 787, 935, 938, 969, 979, 987, 1050, 1058, 1167, 1194, 1227, 1239, 1343, 1384, 1476, 1494, 1509; ii. 14, 22, 27, 36, 60, 84, 91, 95, 129, 134, 136, 139, 149, 155, 194, 203, 206, 213, 232, 251, 259, 280, 322, 347, 444, 447, 452, 465, 480, 488, 523, 546, 568, 605–6.

-, -, Porters Lodge, i. 136.

"Court, attorney of that," i. 743. See Wards, Court of.

Courtbaron et Honvaulx, Mons. de, i. 1469.

Court de Lafferye, in Wales, i. g. 1383 (27).

Courteney, Edw., prisoner in the Tower, son of H., marquis of Exeter, i. 394, 991; ii. 141, 475 (78), 548n, 775 (f. 96).

-, -, letter from, ii. 141 (2).

-, Henry, marquis of Exeter, q.v.

-, (Courtneye), Wm., i. 498.

Courtepeny, Courtfenyng, Courtpening or Courtpeny. See Pennynck, C.

Cousson, Robt., i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581).

Coutances (the Coutantin), in Normandy, ii. 259, 347, 608.

Covelyns. See Coblentz.

Coventry (Coventre), Warw., i. 737:— g. 302 (30 p. 147); ii. g. 476 (107).

-, cathedral priory (supp.), i. 1280 (ff. 9, 11):— g. 970 (62 pp. 488–9).

-, Charterhouse (supp.), near, i. 643 (f. 34), 1249 (2):— p. 775:— g. 1383 (89); ii. g. 775 (f. 49):— g. 476 (p. 245).

-, Midsummer Watch at, i. 1000.

-, St. Anne's Chapel, near the Charterhouse, i. g. 1383 (89).

Coventry and Lichfield, bp. of, i. 1280 (4); ii. g. 648 (25 p. 337). See Sampson, R.

Coverdale, Miles, i. 1233; ii. 767.

-, -, letters from, ii. 767 (1–21).

-, -, his wife, ii. 767 (1, 2, 6, 9, 11).

Coverham, Yorks., abbey (supp.), i. p. 782 bis; ii. pp. 433, 437, 440 bis :— g. 648 (51).

Coverte, Anne, i. g. 717 (3).

-, Margery, i. 643 (f. 2); ii. 775 (f. 2).

-, Ric., i. 1384 (p. 696):— g. 717 (3).

Covingham, —. a Scot. See Cunningham.

Covos, Francisco de los, comendador mayor of Leon, letters to, i. 89, 413, 515, 558, 729, 1215.

-, -, other references, i. 231–2, 493.

Cowbog, in Scotland, i. 1279.

Cowbridge, Essex, i. g. 504 (47), 1383 (18).

Cowbyers (Abbey Cowbyer), Cumb., ii. p. 439.

Cowche (Couche), Ralph, i. 1397; ii. 39.

Cowden, Kent, ii. g. 648 (50).

Cowdenknowes (Coldenknowis), in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 629).

-, laird of, i. 1279 (pp. 626, 630), 1404.

Cowdon (Cowden), Dors., i. 1046.

Cowdrey, Martin, ii. p. 434.

Cowhouse, Yorks., ii. g. 332 (63).

Cowlane, Chesh. See Coole Lane.

Cowle, Wm., i. p. 778.

Cowley, Bucks., ii. g. 476 (96).

Cowley (Colley), Derb., ii. g. 476 (85).

Cowley, Church, Oxon, ii. g. 648 (25 pp. 334–5, 337).

Cowley (Coley), Ant., ii. 472 (p. 223).

-, (Collie), Robert, father of Walter, master of the Rolls in Ireland (1539 to 1542), i. 643 (f. 60), 922; ii. 775 (f. 75).

-, Walter, king's solicitor in Ireland (deprived in 1546), i. 282, 689, 917 (p. 447), 918, 920–4, 1512; H. 156 (p. 66), 475 (42).

-, -, letters from, i. 920–4.

-, -, his wife, i. 923–4.

Cowlinghill (Collynghed), Yorks., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 335).

Cown. See Corrn.

Cowncer, Wm., escheator of Oxon and Berks (a.d. 1516), ii. g. 773 i

Cowper, abbot of. See Cupar.

Cowper, —, ii. g. 332 (25).

-, Agnes, i. g. 718 (4 p. 357).

-, Dennis, ii. g. 332 (57).

-, Edw., i. g. 504 (1 p. 2 ii. 266:— g. 476 (p. 245).

-, Hen., ii. g. 648 (22).

-, Jas., i. g. 1166 (70).

-, John, i. g. 504 (1 p. 244); ii. g. 332 (7).

-, Peter, i. 643 (f. 73).

-, Ric., i. 643 (f. 92), 1468:— p. 773:— g. 302 (30 p. 147), 504 (1), 718 (4 p. 357), 970 (62 p. 489), 1166 (26).

-, (Coper, Copar), Robt., i. 643 (23):— g. 1383 (18); ii. 775 (f. 36):— g. 648 (51 p. 343).

-, Thos., i. g. 504 (47), 1166 (70); ii. 426.

-, Wm., of the Augmentations, i. p. 769:— g. 302 (30); ii. 775 (f. 112).

-, Wm., i. g. 302 (65 p. 152), 504 (1), 1537 (35); ii. 775 (f. 107):— g. 332 (91), 476 (85), 648 (56).

Cowpland, Cumb. See Copeland.

Cowrose, Heref. See Corras.

Cowrteney. See Courteney.

Cowthally (Quodhelye), co. Lanark, i. 958.

Cowthorpe, Linc. See Counthorpe.

Cowton, Wm., i. g. 1383 (41).

Cowych, Wilts, i. g. 149 (40), 717 (5).

Coxe, Richard, D.D., King's chaplain, almoner to Prince Edward, dean of Oxford, letters from, i. 61; ii. 260, 282, 321.

-, -, letters to, i. 370, 452, 518, 576, 886, 988, 1054, 1148, 1479; ii. 38, 86.

-, -, signature of, ii. 202.

-, -, other references, i. 244, 299 (2), 790, 1181 (p. 588); ii. 647 (26):— g. 476 (9), 648 (25 p. 337).

Cox, Cockes or Cokkes, Alice, ii. g. 332 (7).

-, Hen., ii. g. 771 (30).

-, John, chancellor to Abp. Cranmer, ii. 775 (f. 114).

-, John, i. g. 970 (62); ii. g. 771 (14).

-, Robt., ii. g. 200 (33).

-, (Cookes), Thos., i. 1165 (101), 1384 (p. 695):— p. 776:— g. 1383 (55); ii. g. 476 (1, 107 p. 245), 648 (56).

-, (Cookes), Wm., i. g. 1383 (89); ii. g. 200 (50), 332 (87), 476 (52).

Coxhill, Linc. See Goxhill.

Coxton, Devon, in Buckland Monachorum, i. g. 716 (19).

Coxwold (Cockewold, Cuckewolde), Yorks., ii. g. 476 (6), 648 (51).

Coyner, Nic., i. 147.

Coyton, Warw. See Chilvers Coton.

Crabbe, John, ii. g. 771 (7).

Crabwall, in Chester, ii. 574:— g. 771 (10).

Cracow, letters dated at, i. 897.

Cracow, Samuel Macieiowski, bp. of, i. 897.

Crafforde or Craforthe. See Crayford.

Crafton. See Crofton.

Craggy. See Craigie.

Cragill, co. Richmond, i. g. 149 (17).

Craigie (Craggy), John Rosse laird of, a Scot, i. 1382 (58).

-, (Craggy), Patrick, ii. 734.

Crailing Craig (Crawling grage), in Scotland, i. 1279.

Craiselound (Craislond), Linc., ii. g. 476 (25).

Crake, John, ii. g. 332 (73).

-, Ralph, ii. 770 (20).

Crakehall, Yorks., ii. g. 332 (63).

Craker, Christiana, ii. g. 771 (14).

Crakingthorpp, Ambrose, escheator of Cumb. and Westm., ii. g. 773 i. (p. 424).

Cramboume, Dors. See Cranborne.

Cramok, Joan, ii. g. 332 (87).

Crampe, Hen., ii. g. 476 (1).

Crampton, Hen., i. 643 (f. 51); ii. 775 (f. 68).

-, Ric., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Cranborne (Crambourne), Dors., i. g. 149 (18).

-, priory (supp.), cell to Tewkesbury, i. g. 1537 (16).

Cranbrook (Cranebroke), Kent., i. g 717 (3).

Crane, James, captain of a bulwark, i. 148 (24), 643 (f. 67).

-, John, ii. g. 476 (96).

-, Ralph, ii. g. 476 (p. 247).

-, Robt., i. g. 1383 (78).

-, Wm., controller of petty customs London (a.d. 1514 to 1530), ii. g. 773 i. (9).

-, Wm., i. 643 (f. 50); ii. 775 (f. 67).

Craneforde, —, i. 991.

Cranfield (Cranefelde, Craynefelde), Beds, i. p. 770 bis.

Cranley (Craneley), Surr., i. p. 774.

Cranmer, Thomas, abp. of Canterbury, letters from, i. 60, 92, 109, 620; ii. 536.

-, -, letters to, i. 59, 61, 110; ii. 737.

-, -, present in Council, i. 259, 1204, 1302, 1445, 1454, 1457, 1462, 1468, 1472, 1512, 1516, 1523; ii. 387, 709, 734.

-, -, his chancellor. See Cox, J.

-, -, other references, i. 347 (p. 170), 643 (ff. 89, 90), 748, 969 (1, 2), 973, 1041, 1207, 1280 (3), 1384 (p. 695 ter, p. 696 bis), 1444 (2):— p. 774:— g. 149 (6), 302 (30), 1166 (43), 1537 (6, 24); ii. 156 (p. 66), 199 (117), 390, 442, 536, 634 (1, 10), 759:— p. 434:— g. 200 (18, 25–6, 37, 41, 47, 50), 332 (43), 476 (28, 82, 84, 92, 107 p. 248), 773 i. (39).

Cranshaw (Craynshawes), in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 627).

Cranston (Craynston), Cuthbert, i. 1279 (p. 627).

Cranstoun, John, of that ilk, i. 183.

Cranwell, Linc., ii. g. 648 (22).

Cratford, Mary, i. g. 504 (47 p. 251).

Crauford. See Crawford.

Craven, Wm., i. g. 718 (4 p. 357).

Crawford, earl of, ii. 226, 231.

Crawford (Crauford) Moor, in Scotland, ii. 481.

Crawleye, Thos., escheator of Essex and Herts, ii. g. 773 i. (p. 425).

Crawling grage. See Crailing.

Crawster, Edm., i. 148 (66).

-, Thos., i. 148 (66).

Cray, North, Kent., i. g. 1166 (73).

Crayforde, Captain, i. 33.

-, (Crafforde), Guy, ii. g. 772 (4).

-, John, S.T.P., canon of St. Paul's, i. g. 970 (2); ii. 775 (f. 111).

-, (Craforthe), John, i. g. 718 (4 p. 358).

Craynefelde, Beds. See Cranfield.

Craynshawes. See Cranshaw.

Craynston. See Cranston.

Crean, Baptist, an Irishman, ii. 199 (96).

Crechurche, Hants. See Christchurch.

Crecy. See Crepy.

Crede, John, i. 1457.

Crediton (Crydyton, Kyrton), Devon, i. 148 (69), 504 (22), 1537 (23).

-, college (supp.), i. 643 (ff. 26, 90):— p. 778; ii. 775 (f. 35).

-, -, pension list, i. p. 778.

Creed, Geo., ii. 775 (f. 106).

Creedy (Credy), Devon, i. g. 1537 (23).

Creekes, Ric., i. 147.

Creeping the Cross, i. 109–10, 732.

Creeting (Cretinge), Suff., ii. p. 438.

Creeton (Creton), Linc., i. p. 774:— g. 504 (47).

Creke, Leic. See Crick, Ntht.

Crekett, Robt., i. g. 1166 (37).

Crémarest (Clamarry), in the Boulonnais, i. 1469.

Cremona, in Italy, i. 483:— g. 302 (44).

Crepy, Treaty of, between Charles V. and Francis i. (18 Sept., 1544), i. 246, 286, 343, 453, 572, 723, 749, 949 (2 "Crecy"), 953, 974, 1058, 1112, 1207, 1213, 1227, 1294, 1371; ii. 19, 27, 34, 84, 262, 459 (p. 218), 514, 547, 609.

Crepys. See Crippes.

Crescentino, in Piedmont, i. 1048.

Cresia. See Crexia.

Crossing, Essex, ii. p. 438 (? "Temple").

Cressy, Wm., ii. p. 442.

Crete, Michael, i. 822.

Cretinge, Suff. See Creeting.

Cretinge, —, LL.D., canon of Wells, ii. 775 (f. 113).

-, (Creting), Wm., ii. g. 771 (14).

Cretingham, Suff., ii. g. 200 (24).

Creton, Linc. See Creeton.

Creuddyn (Cruthyn), commote, co. Carnarvon, i. g. 717 (11).

Crevecoeur, M. de, i. 1384 (p. 694).

Crewe, Ralph, i. g. 1537 (21).

Crewkerne (Crokehorne), Soms., ii. g. 648 (53).

Crewse, in the Boulonnais, i. 1427.

Crexia (Cresia), Nic., an Albanese captain, i. 90, 205, 262, 643 (f. 75).

Crey, Ric., i. 961.

Creychtoun (i.e. Crichton), Alex., laird of Brunstone. q.v.

Crich (Cryche), Derb., i. p. 776; ii. g. 476 (85).

Criche. See Crowche.

Crichel or Critchell, More, Dors., i. g. 504 (27, 47 p. 251).

Crichel Parva (Crechell Parva), Dors., i. g. 504 (47).

Crichton, Alex., laird of Brunstone, q.v.

-, George, bp. of Dunkeld (died in Jan., 1544), i. 1465.

-, (Chieton, Chreeton, Creychtoun), Robert, provost of St. Giles, Edinburgh, i. 34, 1431, 1465; ii. 277.

Crick, Ntht. (Creke, Leic), ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Crimillan, Allesio. See Carmyllion.

Crippes (Crepys, Crips), Hen., sheriff of Kent (1546–7), i. 1384 (p. 695), 1433; ii. 472.

Criscrosse, Wm., i. g. 1383 (89).

Crispe, Geoff., ii. g. 332 (56).

-, Hen., i. 643 (f. 79), 1484 (2); ii. 775 (f. 94).

-, .Ric., i. g. 1166 (73).

Cristleton (Curstylton), Chesh., ii. 574:— g. 771 (10).

Cristmas. See Christmas.

Critchell, Dors. See Crichel.

Crivello, John Baptist, i. g. 718 (18).

Croche. See Crowche.

Crochley. See Crucheley.

Croden, Thos., i. g. 1383 (89); ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

Croft, Heref., i. g. 970 (13).

Croft (Crofte), Salop, i. g. 1166 (57).

Crofte, Yorks., ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Crofte and Haughton (Crofthaughtor Salop, i. g. 302 (65 p. 152).

Crofte, Sir Edw., i. 91 (Heref.):— g. 970 (13).

-, .Hen., i. g. 1383 (107).

-, (Croftes), James, under mashal of Boulogne (March, 1546 i. 188, 248, 433, 1487, 1503, 1524; ii. 666:— g. 200 (2).

-, -, signature of, i. 1487. 1503, 1524; ii. 666.

-, .John, i. g. 718 (4 p. 357).

-, Ralph, ii. p. 437.

-, Sir Ric., treasurer of the Household (temp. Henry VII), ii. g. 773 ii. (21).

-, Ric., ii. 775 (f. 35).

-, (Croftes), Wm., i. 643 (f. 71).

Crofton, Cumb., i. g. 970 (46).

Crofton, Hants, ii. g. 200 (34).

Crofton, Yorks., i. p. 784:— g. 302 (65 p. 152), 718 (4).

Crofton, Edm., i. g. 504 (16).

-, Hugh, i. g. 504 (16).

-, (Crafton), Wm., page of the Chamber, ii. 769 ii. (10).

Crogelton, Salop. See Crudgington.

Crogyngton, Thos., ii. 185.

Croke (Crooke), —, a lawyer, i. 22, 153.

-, George, i. g. 1537 (21).

-, John, of Chancery, ii. 273.

-, John, i. g. 504(12).

-, Dr. Ric., i. 643 (f. 24):— p. 778.

-, Robt., ii. g. 476 (53).

Crokehorne, Soms. See Crewherne.

Crokenshawes. See Crookedshaws.

Crokes, Wm., ii. g. 648 (62).

Crokesden, Staff. See Croxden.

Crokesley, Herts. See Croxley.

Crokker, John, ii. g. 332 (36).

Cromb Symonds. See Earls Crome.

Crome, in Ireland. See Croom.

Crome Symondes alias Earls Crome, q.v.

Crome (Crorame), Dr. Edward, i. 776, 783, 790, 810–11, 813, 823, 825, 835, 848, 884, 938, 1127, 1138, 1180. See also Cromer, Walter.

-, -, his man, i. 848, 971 (?)

-, -, his recantation, i. 1138.

-, -, sermon by, i. 776.

Crome, Robert, i. 848 (?), 971.

Cromell, Salop. See Meol, Monk.

Cromer, Norf., ii. p. 461.

Cromer (Crome, Albercromer), Walter, alias Abercrombie, M.D., King's physician, i. 643 (f. 55), 969, 1384 (p. 696); ii. 199 (109), 634 (1, 10), 647 (61), 768 iv., v.; 775 (f. 71):— g. 332 (15), 771 (6).

-, -, Alice his wife, ii. 647 (61):— g. 771 (6).

Cromme. See Crome.

Crompe, Thos., i. 991:— p. 770; ii. 775 (f. 84).

Cromper, John, i. g. 1537 (24).

Cromwell (Crumwell), Notts, ii. g. 476 (85), 648 (62 p. 348).

Cromwell (Crumwell), Gregory lord, i. 91 (Leic.), 970 (32), 1403; ii. 759.

Cromwell (Crumwell), Sir Richard, alias Williams (died 20 Oct., 1544), i. g. 504 (47); ii. g. 648 (51 p. 343).

Cromwell (Crumwell, Crowmwell), Thomas, Lord Cromwell and Earl of Essex (executed in 1540), i. 148 (29), 664, 823, 1027,1280 (ff. 41, 45–6), 1519:— pp. 769, 775–6, 780:— g. 302 (65), 504 (7, 9), 970 (18), 1383 (101–2), 1537 (23, 35); ii. 554 (pp. 282–3), 555 (1, 5), 754, 756:— g. 200 (30).

Crondale, Kent. See Crundall.

Cronyng. See Groning.

Crook (Cruke), Westmld., i. g. 1383 (97).

Crooke. See Croke.

Crookedshaws (Crokenshawes), in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 629).

Croom (Crome), in Ireland, ii. g. 476 (43).

Croppe, Rog., ii. g. 648 (25 p. 338).

Cropredy, Oxon, ii. g. 648 (25 p. 338).

Croquet, Remy, i. 187.

Crosbowner. See Grosvenour.

Crosby (Crosseby), Cumb., i. g. 149 (40).

Crosby (Crosseby), Linc., i. 760.

Crosby beside Cannonby, Cumb., i. g. 302 (8).

Crosby Thwaite, Cumb., i. g. 1166 (33).

Crosby (Crossebye), Ric., ii. g. 476 (6).

Croscannabye, Cumb. See Cannonby.

Crosland, George, ii. g. 476 (66).

Crosrobie, John, clk., ii. g. 476 (96).

Cross, Devon, i. g. 1537 (23).

Crossbow licence. See under Guns.

Cross Cannonby. See Cannonby.

Crosse, Agnes, ii. g. 771 (7).

-, Augustine, of Exeter College, Oxford, signature of, i. 244.

-, John, ii. g. 771 (7).

-, Ric., chaplain, ii. 563.

-, Stephen, ii. g. 771 (7).

-, Thos., i. 643 (f. 39); ii. 775 (f. 55).

Crosseby, Linc. See Crosby.

Crossecanobye, Cumb. See Cannonby.

Crosses, overthrowing of, ii. 417.

Crossewell, Ric., i. g. 1166 (17).

Crossraguel (Carsragwell, Carsrogwell, Corsragwell), Wm. abbot of, i. 980, 1369, 1404, 1453, 1456; ii. 434.

Crosthwaite (Crossethwaite), Cumb., ii. p. 439.

Crosthwaite (Crostwhait), Westmld., ii. g. 771 (12).

Croston, Lanc., i. g. 504 (16).

Croswelle, Alice, i. 147.

Crotone, Thos., i. 1302.

Crouche. See Crowche.

Crouge, Wm., ii. g. 773 i. (28).

Croughton (Crowenton, Crowton), Ntht., i. g. 1537 (35).

Crouton, Chesh. Set Crowton.

Crowche (Criche, Chreche), Henry, i. 1388.

-, (Croche, Crouche, Crusshe), Robt., i. 827, 1123, 1165 (30, 82), 1279 (p. 629):— g. 1383 (110 p. 693):— p. 435:— g. 476 (p. 245).

Crowe, Giles, i. 650 (4):— g. 504 (38).

Crowenton, Ntht. See Croughton.

Crowhurst (Crowherst), Suss., ii. g. 771 (3).

Crowland, Linc., ii. p. 435.

-, abbey (supp.), i. 643 (ff. 16, 42):— p. 778:— g. 970 (62 p. 489); ii. 775 (ff, 24, 58):— pp. 435, 440:— g. 476 (96 bis).

Crowle, Linc., i. p. 784.

Crowler, Ric., i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581).

Crowley, Thos., ii. g. 476 (p. 245).

Crowmwell. See Cromwell.

Crowne, Henry, of Lubeck, i. 1137.

-, Thos., i. 1468.

Crowner, —, ii. 266.

Crown lands, sales of, i. 963 (119, 141):— g. 970 (14, 19).

-, particulars, ii. 712.

Crowton (Crouton), Chesh., ii. 433.

Crowton, Nthfc. See Croughton.

Croxden (Crokesden), Staff., abbey (supp.), i. 644:— p. 773.

Croxley (Crokesley), Herts, i. p. 773.

Croxton, Leic., abbey or priory (supp.), i. 643 (f. 52):— g. 1166 (73 p. 581), 1383 (107); ii. 775 (f. 68).

Croxton (Croxston), Norf., ii. g. 648 (62 p. 347).

Croxton, South, Leic., i. g. 504 (1).

Croxton, Wm., i. g. 504 (1).

Croy, Adrian de, comte de Roeulx, q.v.

Croy, Philip de, duke of Arschot, q.v.

Croydon, Surr., i. g. 970 (8); ii. g. 648 (28).

-, letter dated at, ii. 536.

Croydon, Thos., ii. g. 200 (19).

Croys, Essex, i. g. 717 (13).

Crubbe, John, ii. g. 648 (46).

Crucheley (Crochley), Eliz., i. 643 (f. 3); ii. 775 (f. 3).

Crudde, John, i. g. 1166 (73 p. 581).

Crudgington (Crogelton), Salop, i. g. 1166 (20).

Cruge, Simon, i. g. 149 (37).

Crake, Westmld. See Crook.

Crukenny, co. Carnarvon, i. g. 302 (53).

Crumbilholme, Ric., i. g. 1383 (66).

Crumwelles manor, Norf., i. g. 970 (62).

Crundall (Crondale), Kent, ii. g. 476 (p. 248).

Crusshe. See Crowche.

Cruthyn, co. Cardigan, i. g. 1383 (88).

Cruthyn, co. Carnarvon. See Creuddyn.

Cruys, Ric., ii. 581.

Crydyton, Devon. See Credition.

Cryer, Robt., ii. g. 332 (7).

Crymes, Eliz., i. g. 716 (19).

-, John, i. g. 1166 (70); ii. 712 v.

-, Ric., i. 650 (57):— g. 716 (19, 20); ii. 712 xvii.:— g. 332 (57).

Crystall, Essex. See Chrishall.

Cubington (Cubbyngton), Warw., i. g. 1383 (89); ii. g. 200 (50).

Cuckewolde, Yorks. See Coxwold.

Cuckfield (Cockfeld), Suss., i. g. 302 (65 p. 153).

Cuddan Point, Cornw., ii. p. 455.

Cuddesden (Cuddesdon), Oxon, i. p. 770.

Cuddington, Beds, i. g. 717 (13).

Cudishead (Cadyswalhed), Lanc., ii. g. 200 (1).

Cudlyngton, Oxon. See Kidlington.

Cuellar, in Spain, letter dated at i. 1051–2.

Cueva, Bertrand de la. See Alburquerque, duke of.

Cuffe, John, provost marshal of Base Boulogne (1545? to Oct., 1546), ii. 244, 682.

Cugley, Glouc., ii. 436.

Cuinborowe. See Queenborough.

Cukistoun, laird of, i. 1363–4.

Cukrygge, Yorks. See Cookridge.

Culford, Suff., ii. g. 476 (107).

Culham (Culneham), Berks, i. p. 772.

Culhame, Midd. See Colham.

Culin, Patrick, bp. of Clogher (died in 1534), i. 1497.

Cullen. See Cologne.

Cullesdon, Surr. See Coulsdon.

Cullingworth, Yorks., i. g. 1537 (35).

Culloinpton (Columpton), Devon, i, g. 302 (24).

Culluthie (Culuthye), laird of, ii. 576.

Culme, Hugh, i. g. 504 (47).

Culmstock (Collombstoke), Devon, i. 1350.

Culneham, Berks. See Culham.

Culpate, John, i. g. 504 (1).

Culpeper, Sir Alex., i. g. 1537 (24).

-, Edward. LL.D., master of Lingfield College, i. 963 (79); ii. g. 648 (50).

-, (Colepeper), Thos., i. 91 (Kent), 1384 (p. 695):— p. 772:— g. 1383 (57), 1537 (24); ii. g. 332 (91).

Culross, Wm. abbot commendatory of, i. 88, 111, 159, 167, 980, 1363, 1369, 1404, 1431, 1453, 1456, 1466; ii. 226, 231, 411, 451, 473, 544.

Culworthe, Beds. See Colworth.

Cumberford, Staff. See Comberford.

Cumberland, i. 1280 (ff. 22, 55):— g. 302 (30); ii. p. 434.

-, escheators, ii. g. 773 i., ii.

-, sheriff of, ii. 472. See Lamplugh, R. (1545–6); Sandford, T. (1546–7).

Cumberland, Henry Clifford, earl of, i. 591 (p. 290), 736, 774, 1384 (pp. 695 ter, 696):— g. 717 (13), 718 (4 p. 357), 1166 (73 p. 581); ii. 96, 481, 596, 759:— g. 200 (50), 332 (32), 476 (6).

Cumberland, Countess of, wife of the preceding. See Eleanor.

Cumblige (Comblige, Comlidge), in Scotland, i. 1279 (p. 629).

-, laird of, i. 1279 (pp. 626).

Cumnor (Comnore, Combnour, Combnowre), Berks, i. g. 717 (5); ii. g. 332 (26), 772 (4).

Cumpynet, John, ii. g. 648 (39).

Cunhech. See Kinsseck.

Cuni, in Piedmont, French plot in, i. 895.

Cunningham (Covingham), —, a Scot in the Tower, pledge for Glencairn, ii. 475 (77), 548n.

-, Wm., earl of Glencairn. q.v.

-, (Cunynghame), Thos., i. 1363–4.

Cupar (Couper, Cowper), Donald Campbell, abbot of, i. 183, 980, 1002, 1043, 1088, 1363–4, 1369, 1404, 1456, 1466, 1486, 1502, 1507; ii. 226, 231, 277, 411, 429, 451, 473, 544, 575.

Cupper (Cuppar), Ric., i. g. 970 (62 p. 489); ii. 775 (ff. 101, 104):— g. 200 (50), 476 (p. 247), 648 (37).

-, Walter, i. g. 970 (62 p. 489); ii. g. 476 (p. 247).

Cuppledyke. See Copledyke.

Curao Moretto. See Moretto.

Curborough (Curburgh), Staff., ii. g. 332 (76).

Curdoza, Aruis, i. g. 149 (7).

Curiensis. See Chur.

Currour, Francisco de. See Francis the Courier.

Curry, North., Soms., ii. g. 332 (74).

Curson, Chad, ii. 769 iv. (8), 775 (f. 107).

-, (Cursoye), David, i. 643 (f. 4); ii. 775 (f. 3).

-, Ric., i. 67.

-, Robt., controller of Customs in Lynn (circ. a.d. 1524). ii. g. 773 i. (16).

-, Robt., ii. 775 (f. 90).

-, .Rog., ii. g. 773 i. (21).

-, Thos., clerk comptroller of the Household, i. 969.

Curstylton, Chesh. See Cristleton.

Curtis or Curteys, Mr., i. 351, 1222.

-, (Curtes), Agnes, i. 963 (17); ii. g. 476 (99).

-, (Curtes), Ant., ii. g. 476 (99).

-, John, ii. g. 332 (57).

-, Ric., ii. g. 476 (107 p. 246).

-, Robt., i. p. 780.

-, (Curteis), Thos., 1. 963 (17); ii. g. 476 (99).

Curtlyngton, Oxon. See Kirtlington.

Curtope (Curtoxe), Jas., A.M., prb. of Oxford, ii. g. 476 (9), 648 (25 p. 337).

Curtpennink. See Pennynck.

Curwen (Curweyn), Hen., i. .963 (25).

-, (Curren), Hugh, dean of Hereford, ii. 775 (f. 113).

-, (Corwyn), John, Serjeant at arms, i. 1512; ii. g. 476 (69).

Cusake (Cuysake), Sir Thos., master of the Rolls Ireland, keeper of the Great Seal of Ireland (1 May to November? 1546).

-, -, letter from, i. 480.

-, -, signature of, i. 17, 219, 275, 281–2, 427, 914.

-, -, other references, i. 748, 920, 963 (118):— g. 970 (4); ii. 365, 475 (23), 476 (23, 46, 49).

Cuserie (Cuserye), in France, 11. 77.

Cusforthe, Yorks., i. g. 1166 (48).

Custoke, Soms. See Kewstoke.

Customs, ii. 266.

Cutffolde, John, ii. g. 200 (28).

-, .Rog., ii. g. 200 (28).

Cuthbert, Ric, gunner, i. 608.

-, (Cutbert), Thos., ii. g. 332 (7).

Cutler (Cotteler), Hen., i. g. 302 (65).

-, John, i. g. 1166 (73).

-, Nic, i. 1280 (2, 3):— p. 774.

Cutt, Sir John, ii. g. 648 (46).

Cutter, Ric., i. g. 302 (65).

Cuttester, Alice, ii. g. 332 (7).

Cuttryce, Robt., ii. g. 476 (107).

Cwm Biga (Combigga, Combigpra), co. Montgomery, i. g. 302 (65 p. 52), 1537 (35); ii. g. 332 (91).

Cwm Hir (Cumhere, Comhyer, Comheyr, Comhyre, Hyer), abbey (supp.), co. Radnor, i. 643 (f. 85):— g. 302 (65 p. 152), 717 (5), 1537 (35); ii. g. 332 (26, 91).

Cwm Yoy (Comyowe), Monm., i. g. 1166 (47).

Cycell. See Cecil.

Cynfyl Cayo (Kynwyll Gayo), co. Carm., i. 148 (126); ii. p. 441.

Cyrkes. See Surques.



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