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'Index of persons and Places: C', Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 13: 1697-1698 (1933), pp. 465-475. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=82955 Date accessed: 31 October 2014.


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Cabourn, Caborne, co. Lincoln, 183.

Cadeby, co. York, 203.

Cadiz, Cales, Spain, 412.
-, Consul at, 355.
-, Navy at, 69, 116, 257, 262, 355.

Cadlan, William, petitioner for Customs place, 347.

Cadre Hogga, gift from the Consul at Algiers, 342.

Cadymarsh, co. Essex, 317.

Cains, Thomas, tenement in Cornwall, 239.

Cairnes, Alex., payments to, for provisions, 433.

Calais, and Dover, packet boats between 333.
-, and Paris, King's messengers between, 242, 325.
-, expedition for, 412.
-, ship from, 348.

Calceby. See Sorcaby.

Calcotts. See Coldcotes.

Caldragh [?Caltragh], co. Galway, 396.

Caldwell, Coldwell, co. Leicester, 205.

Caldwell, co. Northumberland. See Cold Wall.

Cales. See Cadiz.

Callaghan, Thady, forfeited lands of, 395.

Callaghboy, Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380.

Callaly. See Carbaline.

Calliau, Monsieur, payment to, 104.

Callis, Manley, lieutenant, marines, 445.

Calthorp, co. York, 201.

Calton, co. York, 202.

Caltragh. See Caldragh.

Calvert, —, cornet, 82.

Camaret, Camarett, Bay, officer killed at, 438.

Camblesforth, co. York, 203.

Cambridge, county of, fee farm rents in, 181–2.
-, Receivers General of assessments, etc. See Mason, J.; Seyliard, T.
-, sheriff of, 410.
-, surveyors of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 124, 253.

Cambridge, co. Cambridge, 181.

Camelford, co. Cornwall, 196.

Campbell, Archibald, Lord Lorne, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

Campian, —, testimony by, 67.

Campsall, co. York, 194.

Canby, Henry, Customs officer, 254, 304.

Cannon Hall, co. York, 195.

Canterbury, co. Kent, 177; Receiver General of assessments, 305.
-, stewardship of St. Augustine's, 377.

Canterbury, Archbishop of, printing account of, 344. See also Tenison, T.; late Archbishop, pension for widow of. See Tillotson, E.

Canterbury Cathedral, Dean, Prebendaries, etc. of, assessments, 77, 268, 293.

Cantly, co. York, 203.

Capel (Caple), Algernon, Earl of Essex, a Gentleman of the Bedchamber, 403, 440; gift of plate for, on the christening of his child, 140; petition of, 85; his regiment. See Army—regiments.

-, Henry, Lord Capel, Chief Steward of Richmond manor, 294.

-, Stephen, captain, Coote's regiment, 274.

Capheaton, Captheton, co. Northumberland, 417, 422.

Caple. See Capel.

Cappacunning, Garrycastle barony, King's county, 444.

Cappagowlan, Cappangowlane, Ballyboy barony, King's county, 443.

Cappalesky, Garrycastle barony, King's county, 444.

Cappanagh. See Coppanagh.

Cappanaldonard, Kilkenny West barony, co. Westmeath, 395.

Captheton. See Capheaton.

Carbaline [Callaly], co. Northumberland, 413.

Carbury, co. Kildare, barony of, 382.

Cardiff, co. Glamorgan, port of, Customs officers in, 213, 236, 303.

Cardigan, county of, custodiam lease of lands in, 351.
-, Receiver General of assessments, 188, 306, 399.
-, surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 123.

Cardigan, co. Cardigan, 260.

Cardy, John, petition of, payment for clothing of gunners, 277.

Carew, Henry, a Teller of the Exchequer Receipt, 116, 120, 133, 136, 425, 434.

-, Thomas, major, Northcott's regiment, 276.

Carey, Anthony, 5th Viscount Falkland, Treasurer of the Navy, accounts of, 108.

Carhouse. See Carr House.

Carlford, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 306.

Carlisle, co. Cumberland, 318.
-, Botchergate, 318.
-, Castlegate, 318.
-, Fishergate, 180, 318.
-, Garrison at, papists confined in, 192.
-, Customs officers at, 99, 192, 252, 318, 411.

Carlisle, Earl of. See Howard, Charles.

Carlisle, —, captain, killed at Limerick, 438.

-, -, royal bounty for, 406, 428.

-, -, widow, royal bounty for, 438.

Carlow, Catherlough, Catherlow, county of, forfeited lands in, 381, 382.

Carlow, co. Carlow, French church in, 242.

Carlton, co. Lincoln. See Attle Carlton; South Carlton.

Carlton Flats, co. York, 200.

Carlton Miniott, Carlton Merriott, co. York, 202.

Carmarthen, county of, Justices of the Peace, letter to, concerning duty on houses, 388.
-, Receiver General of assessments, 306, 399.
-, surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 121, 253.

Carmarthen, co. Carmarthen, 298.

Carmarthen, Marquess of. See Osborne, Peregrine.

Carmore. See Caroone.

Carn (Carne), —, stamper in Stamped Parchment Office, 63.

-, Thomas, petition for lease of lands in Cornwall, 117.

Carnabie, John, cottage in Northumberland, 417.

-, Ronald, tenement in Northumberland, 421.

Carnaby, co. York, 200.

Carnarvon, county of, estate in, bequeathed to the Crown, 425.
-, Justices, 75; see also Hook, —; Lloyd, —.
-, Receiver General of assessments, 306, 399.
-, surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 123.

Carne. See Carn.

Carnes, co. Meath, See East Carnes; West Carnes.

Carnes, —, provisions supplied by, 51.

Caroone, alias Carmore, Condons and Clangibbon barony, co. Cork, 168.

Carpenter, —, lieutenant colonel, 184.

-, -, a merchant in Cornwall, 138.

-, Phillip, lieutenant, Brudenall's regiment, 274.

Carr, Robert, lieutenant, Farrington's regiment, 276.

-, William, ensign, Farrington's regiment, 276.

-, -, Excise Commissioner, 393.

Carr House, Carhouse, co. York, 195.

Carragh, co. Kildare, 382.

Carrgate [? in Scarborough], co. York, 196.

Carrickerrilly [?Carrigarreely], Clanwilliam barony, co. Limerick, 381.

Carrigduff, Carrigduffe, Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380.

Carrinaghmore, Garrycastle barony, King's county, 444.

Carrolena, Garrycastle barony, King's county, 444.

Carsey, —, widow, lands in Northumberland, 422.

Cartagena, 250.

Carter, —, convicted for forgery, 88, 90, 91.

-, Henry, captain, Leigh's regiment, 254.

-, -, surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc. for Suffolk, 124, 361.

-, William, landsurveyor, London port, 59, 236.

Cartonboy [?Rathcline barony], co. Longford, 395.

Carver, George, lands in Northumberland, 421.

Casterton, co. Westmorland, mill in, 180.

Castle Eden, Castle Edon, co. Durham, 193.

Castle Hanningham [Castle Hedingham], co. Essex, Turbett's Mead in, 316.

Castle Ward, co. Northumberland, 413.

Castlegate. See Carlisle.

Castlehaven, Earl of. See Tuchet, James.

Castlemaine, Earl of. See Palmer, Roger.

Castlemore, co. Cork, 380.

Castleton, Francis, petition of, 254, 303.

Catalonia, 437.

Catcott, Alexander, surveyor of the duties on houses and marriages, etc., 424.

Catherine of Bragança, the Queen Dowager, jointure patent, to be entered in the Treasury Office, 21; directions on, 21, 142.
-, lease by, 332.
-, trees to be cut and sold for, 235.

Catherlough, Catherlow. See Carlow.

Caton. See Eaton.

Catterall. See Cuterall.

Caulfield, William, 2nd Viscount Charlemont, his regiment. See Army —regiments.

Cavan [?Navan], co. Meath, 444.

Cavendish, William, Duke of Devonshire, 59; at the Treasury, 35, 38, 39; caveat in behalf of, 296.

Cawthorne. See Cawthorse.

Cawthorp (Cawthrop), William, Receiver General of assessments, co. Lincoln, 305, 323, 400.

Cawthorpe, Cawthorp, co. Lincoln, 206.

Cawthorse [Cawthorne], co. York, Cannonhall in, 195.

Cawthrop. See Cawthorp.

Cawton, co. York, 202.

Caxton. See Coxton.

Cecil (Cecill), Frances, Countess Dowager of Salisbury, fee farm rents purchased in behalf of her son, 290, 331, 338.

-, -, widow, royal bounty for, 438.

-, Sir Robert, lands in co. Northampton granted by Queen Elizabeth to, 331.

-, Robert, Earl of Salisbury [Lord Treasurer in 1611], 234.

-, William, deceased, cornet in Schomberg's regiment, 438.

-, -, cornet in Denbigh's regiment, 255.

Chaddock (Chadock), Daniel, petition of, Customs bond, 237.

-, -, petition of, Customs seizure, 326.

Chamberlain (Chamberlaine, Chambrelan), Charles, an Assessment Commissioner for Lime St. Ward, London, 73, 286.

-, Joseph, petition of, ship seized for breach of the Navigation Act, 300, 347.

-, Thomas, coastwaiter at Bristol and landwaiter at Weymouth, 134, 143.

-, -, consul at Messina, 265.

Champneys, —, attending the Treasury, 29.

Chandler, Nich., lands in Northumberland, 417.

-, Thomas, captain lieutenant, Coote's regiment, 274.

Chapel, Chapell, co. Essex, 314.

Chaplin, (Chaplain), [Jeremiah], a Gentleman Usher, 389.

-, Jeremy, riding charges in Flanders 301.

-, Robert, Receiver General of assessments, etc. for Suffolk, 89, 254, 306, 323, 326.

Chappell, Samuel, Excise penalty of, 19.

Charing, co. Kent, deanery of, 177.

Charlemont, Viscount. See Caulfield, William.

Charles I, 117; grants by, 186, 384, 392.

Charles II, grants by, of the office of Clerk of the Pells, 58; of the office of Havenor of the Duchy of Cornwall, 118, 336; of annuities and pensions, 136, 188, 224; of a perpetuity to Col. Fairfax, 173; of lands for the poor of St. Martins in the Fields, 219; of lapsed money to Roger, Earl of Orrery, 221–3; of the stewardship of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, 377; of quit rents to the Earl of Longford, 383; of Richmond manor to James, Duke of York, 432.
-, leases by, 14, 190, 219, 237, 388.
-, promise to the Farmers of the Irish Revenue by, 20, 37.
-, tennis court built at the instance of, 14.

Charles XI of Sweden, his disputes with Christian V of Denmark, 330.

Charles Fort, co. Cork, 409.

Charleton, John, Surveyor General of Ordnance, 404.

Charleville, co. Cork, town and mansion of, burned by James II's officers, 223.

Charlton. See North Charlton; South Charlton.

Charmford [? Sharnford], co. Leicester, 205.

Charnock, Roger, a serjeant-at-arms, 247.

-, Thomas, a serjeant-at-arms, 215.

Chastellain, David, lieutenant, Farrington's regiment, 276.

Chastlenaut, Charles de, ensign, Farrington's regiment, 276.

Chatham, co. Kent, 52, 350, 372, 427.

Chattock, —, affidavit of, 81.

Chelmsford, Chelmsfield, co. Essex, 314; "Blewboar" in, 315; fish stalls in, 314; Priests Chamber and house in, 314.

-, -, hundred of, 246.

Chelsea, co. Middlesex, 308, 312, 388, 391; St. James' Acres in, 391; Thames Mead in, 391.
-, collection of taxes in, 339.

Chelsea Hospital, issues for the support of, 92, 112, 338.

Cheney, John, information against, 259.

Chertsey, co. Surrey, Fangrove, Knowlegrove (Knollgrove, Knoulegrove), and Stubridge (Stubride, Subridge) coppices in, purchased for the Crown, 55, 63, 87, 250, 332; to be cut and sold, 242.

Cheseman, Robert, lands in Northumberland, 420.

Chester, county of, custodiam lease of lands in, 405.
-, Chief Justices and Justices of, 338, 352, 387, 430; see also Combes, Sir John.
-, Receiver General of assessments, etc., 79; see also Whitley, M.
-, sheriff of, 298.
-, surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 124.

Chester, co. Chester, company of invalids at, 282, 346; Mint at. See Mint.

Chester, port of, 430; Customs officers of, 161, 241, 278.

Chester, Henry, cornet, Denbigh's regiment, 255.

-, Matthew, lands in Westmorland, 180.

-, William, surveyor of sugars, London port, 184.

Chesterford, co. Essex, 314.

Chetmell, John, messenger and doorkeeper, Customs, 184.

Chetwood, Thomas, cornet, Leigh's regiment, 254.

Chetwynd (Chettwind, Chetwind), —, Assessment Commissioner, 82.

-, John, sheriff of co. Stafford, 37, 162, 164, 410.

Chevington. See West Chevington.

Cheyny, Robert, captain, Farrington's regiment, 276.

Chichester, co. Sussex, 63, 65, 67, 70, 76, 337; customs officers at, 69, 252, 292, 293, 350, 355.

Chichester, diocese of, Tenths due from, 143; Bishop of. See Williams, John.

Chichester, Arthur, Earl of Donegal, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

Chiffinch, Thomas, searcher, Gravesend, 351.

-, William, Master of the Hawks, 287.

Child, —, a Customs officer, 352.

-, David, tenements in Scarborough, 376.

-, Sir Fr., 32.

-, Francis, Surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc. for Cumberland and Westmorland, 124.

-, John, Receiver General of assessments for co. Wilts, 305, 399, 403, 424.

-, Leonard, Receiver General of assessments for Surrey, 305.

-, Robert, blockmaker of Scarborough, convicted of high treason, forfeited estate of, 164, 375, 376.

Children, George, annuity of, 404.

Chillingham, Chillington, co. Northumberland, 414, 418.

Chilton, Henry, house of, in Eton, 176.

Chisall [Chishall] alias Friers Grange, co. Essex, 314.

Chishall, Chisell, co. Essex, Pounces lands in, 315. See also Great Chishall.

Cholmondley, George, colonel and captain of the King's troop of Grenadier Guards, 302.

-, Thomas, annuity for poor clergy of the Isle of Man, 146, 228.

Chopwell, co. Durham, 193, 413; Carreswood in, 193.

Chossell's Manor. See Cosell.

Chrishall, Cressall, co. Essex, 316.

Christchurch, co. Monmouth, 392.

Christian V of Denmark, his disputes with Charles XI of Sweden, 330.

Christian, Charles, lieutenant, marines, 445.

-, William, customer of Carlisle, 411.

Chubb, Henry, lease of a tenement in West Bonyalva, 125.

-, -, son of Henry, 125.

-, John, 125.

-, Joseph, son of John, 125.

Chudleigh, [Hugh], Comptroller of the Chamber, 78, 297, 348.

Churchill, —, Major, executor of Dr. Richards, 78.

-, Charles, Major General, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

-, John, Earl of Marlborough, Exchequer bills of, 10; Governor to the Duke of Gloucester, 440.

-, Robert, a churchwarden of St. Margarets, Westminster, 385.

-, William, agent to Churchill's regiment, 247.

Chuter, Francis, attestation by, 142.

Cifforth, co. York, 203.

Cinque Ports, Judge of the Admiralty Court of, 189, 369.
-, Lord Warden of, fee of, chargeable on Crown revenue in Kent, 47–8; placed on the Army establishment, 55.

Clackclose, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 306.

Clancarty (Clantarty), Countess of. See MacCarthy, E.

-, Earl of. See MacCarthy, D.

Clane, co. Kildare, barony of, 382.

Clangibbon, co. Cork, barony of, 168.

Clanmaurice, co. Kerry, barony of, 408.

Clanrickard, Earl of. See Burke, Richard.

Clanson. See Clemson.

Clanwilliam, co. Limerick, barony of, 381.

Clapham, Christopher, quartermaster, Denbigh's regiment, 255.

Clapton, —, widow, her house in Athlone, 444.

Clare, county of, forfeited lands in, 407; transported Roman Catholics in, 223.

Clare, co. Suffolk, 314.

Clare, Viscount. See O'Brien, Charles.

Clarges, Sir Thomas, 2.

Clark (Clarke, Clerk, Clerke), —, captain, commander of the Humber, 341.

-, -, a silkman, 93.

-, Edward, a commissioner of Excise, 10, 14, 15, 19, 20, 29, 30, 31, 38, 39, 41, 42, 67, 93, 94, 393.

-, -, tenement in Northumberland, 422.

-, [George, Secretary to the Forces], 21, 47, 48, 114, 117, 120, 126, 128, 134, 398, 431, 436, 442.

-, Henry, quartermaster, Saunderson's regiment, 275.

-, James, lieutenant, Northcott's regiment, 276.

-, John, Customer, Boston, 397.

-, -, a chamber keeper to the Pages, 389.

-, -, cottage in Northumberland, 418.

-, Robert, ensign, Erle's regiment, 275.

-, -, lands in Alnwick, 421.

-, -, tenement in Framlington, 417.

-, Samuel, a Customs Commissioner, 406.

-, Thomas, proclamation reward for 298.

-, Zach., ensign, Erle's regiment, 275.

Clarkson (Clerkeson, Clerkson), —, widow, lands in Northumberland, 422.

-, George, lands in Northumberland, 421.

-, John, sheriff of co. Notts., 261.

-, Thomas, lands in Northumberland, 421.

Clashgarboy, Garrycastle barony, King's county, 444.

Clashmorgan, Clashmargane, Barretts baroy, co. Cork, 380.

Claughton, co. Lancs., 178.

Claughton, co. York. See Cloughton.

Clavering, co. Norfolk, hundred of, 306, 378.

Claxby, co. Lincoln, 182. See also Craxby.

Clay, —, widow, lands in Northumberland, 421.

Clayhills, Johann, of Sweden, ship owner, 367.

Clayton, Andrew, a collector of Excise, 193, 272.

-, John, a clerk to the Trustees for Exchequer Bills, 238.

-, Sir Robert, 3, 28; extension of lease of Kennington manor, 162.

-, Thomas, chaplain going to Maryland, 214.

-, -, petition of, clothing supplied to gunners, 277.

-, William, an Agent for Taxes, 84, 127, 299, 319, 320, 322.

-, -, and Exchequer Bills, 9, 27, 33, 34, 47, 52, 61, 68, 95, 96, 98, 99, 102, 153, 359, 432.

-, -, salary for managing the duties on houses and marriages, etc., 320.

-, -, security for his brother Andrew, 193.

Clemson (Clanson), Thomas, proclamation reward for, 298.

Clerk, Clerke. See Clark.

Clerkson, Clerkeson. See Clarkson.

Cleveland, Duchess of. See Villiers, Barbara.

Clewer, Clever, co. Berks., manor and mills of, 176.

Cley, co. Norfolk, 228, 252, 348.

Cliff. See North Cliff; South Cliff.

Cliffe Regis, co. Northampton, 166.

Clifford, —, bills of, 45, 187.

-, Edward, lieutenant, Windsor's regiment, 254.

Clifford Fort, co. Northumberland, 186.

Clifton, co. Northumberland, 415, 416.

Clifton, co. York, 198.

Clinton, Henry Fiennes, Earl of Lincoln, royal bounty for, 73, 104, 406.

-, Susanna, Countess Dowager of Lincoln, royal bounty for, 284, 288, 406.

Clitheroe, co. Lancs., 179; Instack in, 179.

Clitheroe, —, lessee of the office of Havenor of the Duchy of Cornwall, 118.

Cloghan, Cloghane, Garrycastle barony, King's County, 444.

Clogheen, Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380.

Clonana [?Cloonanna], co. Limerick, 445.

Cloncallow. See Clonsollaw.

Clonleame. See Cloonleany.

Clononan, co. Westmeath, barony of, 395.

Clonlonan, Garrycastle barony, King's county, 444.

Clonshee. See Cloonshee.

Clonsollaw [?Cloncallow], Garrycastle barony, King's county, 444.

Cloonanna. See Clonana.

Cloonleany [?Clonleame], Delvin barony, co. Westmeath, 381.

Cloonpeirt, Ballyboy barony, King's county, 444.

Cloonshee, Clonshee, Killian barony, co. Galway, 383.

Clopton, Hugh, Rouge Dragon, 215.

Clough, —, undersearcher, London port, 110.

-, John, landwaiter, Newcastle, 57, 230, 260.

Cloughton, Claughton, co. York, 313.

Clownings, Connell barony, co. Kildare, 381.

Clutterbuck, Roger, searcher, Southampton, 255.

-, William, searcher, Bristol, 297.

Coakley, Abraham, lieutenant, Northcott's regiment, 276.

Coates, Mris., 90.

Cobb (Cobbe), Thomas, Receiver General of assessments for co. Southampton and Isle of Wight, 305, 400.

-, William, cook, recognizance forfeited by, 193.

Coberg, co. Cumberland, 180.

Cochran, Edward, lieutenant, Harvey's regiment, 254.

-, Rowland, lieutenant, Bolton's regiment, 274.

Cock, —, deputy to Receiver of taxes for Norfolk, 84.

Cock Close, [Eton Wick, co. Bucks.], 176.

Cockbush [?co. Sussex], 69.

Cockle Park, Cockell Park, co. Northumberland, 413.

Cocks. See Cox.

Cockwold. See Coxwold.

Coddan, Philemon, ship of, seized by Customs, 121, 208, 364.

Codrington, [Christopher], Governor of the Leeward Islands, 174.

Coel, Sir John, trustee of the Earl of St. Albans, 190, 219.

Coghlan, Terence, forfeited estate of, 407.

Coghlane, John, forfeited estate of, 444.

Coke, Christopher, merchant of Exeter, petition, 129.

-, Sir Edward, (Lord Cooke), reprinting of his "Reports" in French, 213.

Colbatch (Collbatch), Joseph, chaplain going to Maryland, 214.

-, Robert, petitioner for Excise place, 343.

Colchester, co. Essex, 315; Middlemill in, 313; East St., Marylands and New Hythe (Newhithe) in, 314; Porpightle in St. Mary's parish, 317.

-, -, port of, Customs officers in, 127.

Colchester, Henry, landwaiter, London port, dismissed, 2, 5, 122, 131.

Cold Norton, co. Berks, 176.

Cold Wall, Caldwell, co. Northumberland, 416.

Coldcotes, Calcotts, co. Lancs., 179.

Coldham. See Goldham.

Coldrey, co. Monmouth, manor of, 302.

Coldwell. See Caldwell.

Cole, Abraham, ship master, 337.

-, John, lands in Northumberland, 422.

-, Robert, Agent and Consul General at Algiers, 159, 186, 340.

-, -, landwaiter's place, Newcastle, 244.

-, Sir William, late a Sheriff of London, 344.

Colehill. See Coleshill.

Coleman, Richard, lieutenant, Bolton's regiment, 274.

Colenbine. See Columbine.

Colepeper. See Culpeper.

Coles, George, underclerk of the House of Commons, 440.

-, Henry, petition of, 302.

Coleshill, Colehill, co. Warwick, 81.

Colhoran, Deborah, widow, royal bounty for, 438.

-, James, captain, Buchan's regiment, 438.

Colinbine, Benjamin, lieutenant, Leigh's regiment, 254.

-, Cp. Columbine.

Coling (Colinge, Collinge), Benjamin, a keeper of the Council Chamber, 115, 116, 240, 373.

-, Richard, son of Benjamin, grant of office of a Keeper of the Council Chamber, 240.

Coljear. See Collier.

Collbatch. See Colbatch.

College (Colledge), [Edith], King's mistress sempstress, 389.

-, Stephen, tidesman, London port and riding officer between Deal and Dover, 151.

Colley, —, tenement of, co. Herts, 313.

Collier (Coljear, Collyear), [Thomas], lieutenant colonel, petition of, 96.

-, Sir David, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

Colliers, Collyers, [End], co. Herts., 313.

Collin, Matthew, a clipper of coin, 360.

Collinge. See Coling.

Collingwood, [Francis], colonel, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

Collins, Francis, affidavit of, 267.

-, Gabriel, stamper in Stamped Paper Office, 62, 249.

-, Thomas, tidesman at St. Ives, appointed landwaiter at Dartmouth, 278.

Collis, —, 70.

Collome [Cowlam], co. York, 198.

Collumbine. See Columbine.

Collyear. See Collier.

Colneis, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 306.

Colnewark [Wakes Colne], co. Essex, 314.

Colom, Thomas, lieutenant, Bolton's regiment, 274.

Colt, Edward Dutton, colonel, his regiment. See Army—regiments; his regiment of marines. See Marines.

-, Sir Henry Dutton, 90; petition for grant of superstitious lands in Kent, 109, 435.

-, John Dutton, collector, Bristol port, 44, 172, 307.

Colthorp [?Cowthorp], co. York, 202.

Colthurst, —, lands, co. Cork, 380.

Colton, co. Norfolk, 313.

Columbine (Colenbine, Collumbine), Ventris, colonel, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

-, Cp. Colinbine.

Comberton, Cumberton, co. Cambridge, 181.

Combes, Sir John, Chief Justice of Chester, payments to executors and widow of, 100, 387, 429.

Combwich, co. Somerset, 170, 361.

Comegort, Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary, 396.

Cominstown [Cumminstown], Moygoish barony, co. Westmeath, 407.

Compeer, Jos., master of a French ship, 216.

Compton, co. Warwick, 204.

Compton, Henry, Bishop of London, 52 349.

Compton Cholmly, co. Berks., 177.

Concough [?Cunscough], co. Lancs., manor of, 179.

Condons, co. Cork, barony of, 168.

Coneygar, Conniger, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 381.

Congreve, —, captain, Seymour's regiment, killed at Namur, 436.

-, Eleanor, widow, royal bounty for, 436.

-, William, a manager of the Malt Lottery, 429.

Coninck, — de, bills of, 45, 187.

Coningsberg. See Königsberg.

Coningsby, Thomas, Lord Coningsby, a Paymaster General of the Forces, Ireland, 56, 84, 119, 128, 150, 162, 171, 192, 207, 231, 243, 252, 256, 282, 287, 296, 302, 321, 368, 371, 387, 398, 442; petition for new grant of right of coining pence and halfpence in Ireland, 46, 189; created sole Vice Treasurer and Receiver General and Paymaster General of the Revenues, Ireland, 397.

Conington, co. Cambridge, 181.

Conishead, Conyshead, Priory, co. Lancs., 179.

Connaught, Province of, transported Roman Catholics in, 223.

Connell, co. Kildare, barony of, 381.

Connell, John, proclamation reward for, 150.

-, Mary, proclamation reward for, 150.

Conner, Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary, 396.

Connet (Connett, Connop), [Henry], Excise officer, charges against, 85.

Conniger. See Coneygar.

Connock, John, captain, Columbine's regiment, 438.

-, Philippa, widow, royal bounty for, 438.

Connop. See Connet.

Constantinople, 279, 390.
-, Ambassador at, 22. See also Paget, William.

Conway, Sir John, 65, 79.

Conyers, John, lieutenant, Northcott's regiment, 276.

Conyshead priory. See Conishead.

Cook (Cooke), —, tennis court built at the charge of, 14, 15.

-, -, house of, 31.

-, Lord. See Coke, Edward.

-, Abel, ensign, Farrington's regiment, 276.

-, Hugh, merchant of Stockton, 151.

-, Isaac, Comptroller of Ipswich port, 298.

-, John, tenement in Northumberland, 417.

-, Thomas, merchant, lease of forfeited lands in Ireland, 167, 168.

-, -, ship master, 412.

-, Sir Thomas, petition of, drawback for pepper exported, 329, 330.

-, William, ensign, Bolton's regiment, 274.

-, Younger, cornet, Denbigh's regiment, 255.

Cookham, co. Berks, fishings of, 176.
-, hundred of, 176.
-, manor of, 176; arrears of quit rents, etc. of, 337, 338.

Cookwould. See Coxwold.

Coolan, Bantry barony, co. Wexford, 381.

Coolderry. See Culliderry.

Coolebudoge, Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380.

Coolenabegg, Garrycastle barony, King's county, 444.

Cooleshanbally, Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380.

Cooling (Cooleing), Charles, Surveyor of duties on houses and marriages, etc., co. Southampton, 124.

-, Dennis, petition for grant of lands, cos. Bedford and Somerset, 398.

-, Francis, fined for cutting the hocks of a horse, 354.

-, Richard, a clerk of the Privy Council, payments to executors of, 214.

Coolroe, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 380.

Coope, Chalmer, lieutenant, marines, 445.

Cooper (Cowper), —, counsel, 79, 80, 81, 82. See also Cowper.

-, -, widow, royal bounty for, 437.

-, -, lieutenant, Fuziliers, 436.

-, Arnol, colonel, 437.

-, Elizabeth, petition of, 83.

-, Jarvis, fined for beating Customs officers, 373.

-, Mabella, widow, royal bounty for, 436.

-, William, proclamation reward for, 296.

Coopes, Edward, cornet, Denbigh's regiment, 255.

Coote (Coot), Charles, Earl of Mountrath, 83; lands in Ireland, 430.

-, -, Sir Philip, petition for annuity in consideration of losses in Ireland, 94, 348.

-, Richard, colonel, half pay for, 274; his regiment. See Army —regiments.

-, -, ensign, Coote's regiment, 274.

Copenhagen, 125.

Copland, co. Northumberland. See Coupland.

Copland, Thomas, lands, co. Lancs., 178.

Coppanagh, Cappanagh, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 380.

Coppergate, co. York, 196.

Coppin, —, lands, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 415.

Coppingford, co. Hunts., 181.

Coquetdale, See Curdale.

Corallagh, Garrycastle barony, King's county, 444.

Corbet (Corbett), [Andrew], Navy affairs, 34, 36, 44, 52, 60, 62, 64, 65, 72, 86.

-, -, Commissioner for recovering, etc., the rights and perquisites of the office of High Admiral, 240.

-, Edward, a surveyor of duties on houses, and marriages, etc., [co. Salop], 254.

-, John, major, Leigh's regiment, 254.

-, William, his charges in the Whitehall fire, 52.

Corbridge, Corbrigg, co. Northumberland, 421; Chantry of the Blessed Mary in the Church of, 421.

Corca, Dunmore barony, co. Galway, 396.

Cork, county of, forfeited lands in, 167, 168, 380, 381.

Cork, co. Cork, Customs collector at, 283.
-, "Crown" in, 395.
-, French church in, 242.
-, Parkewholehane in, 395.

Corkaguiny, Corkaguny, co. Kerry, barony of, 382.

Corker, —, caveat in behalf of, 366.

-, Rebecca, wife of Robert, 362.

-, Robert, lease of the office of Havenor of the Duchy of Cornwall, 336, 351, 362.

Corlea, Dunmore barony, co. Galway, 396.

Corn Cross [? in Scarborough], co. York, 196.

Cornacarta. See Cornecarty.

Cornagark. See Corronegark.

Cornbrough, Cornburgh, co. York, 201.

Cornbury, Viscount. See Hyde, Edward.

Cornecarty [? Cornacarta, Rathcline barony], co. Longford, 395.

Cornish, Henry, a Commissioner for Stamp Duties, 450.

-, -, petition of, clothing supplied to Marines, 300.

Cornmill, co. York, tenement called, 195.

Cornwall, county of, 138, 393.
-, fee farm rents in, 193, 196.
-, Receiver General of assessments, 279, 306, 400.
-, sheriff of, 434.
-, smuggling on coast of, 302.
-, steward of hundreds in, 280.
-, surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 124.

Cornwall, Duchy of, accounts, not declared for nine years and for two years not brought in, 26, 146.
-, Attorney General, fee of, 360; new grant of the office of, 272, 286; see also Baldwyn, J.; Courtney, N.; Harrison, T.; Lane, R.; Pengelley, F.; Penne, J.; Rich, R.; Viviam, H.
-, Auditor of, 118, 146, 280, 360; deputy to. See Taylor, W.
-, Havenor of, office of, lease of, 60–1, 117–8, 336, 351, 362; former grants of, 118; rent and fine for, 2, 117, 118, 128, 336; profits of, arising by prizage and butlerage of wines, port rents and other duties, 118.
-, lands of, 123, 162, 169, 186, 192, 208, 239, 256, 279, 322, 352, 365, 413.
-, Receiver of, 128, 239, 240, 280, 360, 392; admonishment and threatened prosecution of, 26, 146–7; extent to be made forth on his bond, 53.
-, Revenues of, annuity on. 128; payments out of, 115, 280, 360.

Cornwallis, —, lease of the tennis court, 14.

Corronegark [?Cornagark], Eglish barony, King's county, 444.

Coruña, the Groyne, Spain, 34, 55, 240.

Cory, Humphrey, ensign, Brudenall's regiment, 274.

Cosell [? Chossell's manor in Windham], co. Norfolk, 313.

Cosford, co. Suffolk, hundred of, 306.

Costa, — D', loan by, 86.

Cotterill, Thomas, a counterfeiter, 150.

Cottingham, co. York, 200.

Cottington, [Francis, Lord Cottington], Lord High Treasurer in 1646, patent of, 234.

Cottingwith, Cottingworth, co. York, 201.

Cotton, Daniel, Major of the Ordnance in Ireland, 168.

Cottrell, Sir Charles, Master of the Ceremonies, 232, 367, 368; petition in behalf of parishioners of St. Martin's in the Fields, 247, 283.

-, Charles, son of Sir Charles, appointed assistant to his father, with reversion of the office of Master of the Ceremonies, 232.

Coupland, Copland, co. Northumberland, 415.

Courtenay, William, captain, Northcott's regiment, 276.

Courthorp, James, underclerk of the House of Commons, 440.

Courtis. See Curtis.

Courtney, Nicholas, Attorney General of the Duchy of Cornwall, 69, 272, 286.

Coventry, co. Warwick, Receiver General of assessments, 305, 400.

Coventry, Henry, former Secretary of State, 222.

-, Sir John, lease of the hundred of Mere, 186.

Coverhead, co. York, grange of, 200.

Coward, Thomas, ensign, Erle's regiment, 275.

-, William, captain, Leigh's regiment, 254.

Cowes, Isle of Wight, Customs officers at, 234, 301, 333; deadness of trade at, 301.

Cowesby, Cowsby, co. York, 202.

Cowlam. See Collome.

Cowle, James, lands in Northumberland, 416.

Cowley, John, late Excise collector at Durham and Newcastle, 369.

Cowly, Edward, lieutenant, marines, 445.

Cownineaghy, Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary, 396.

Cowpen, co. Northumberland, 417, 418.

Cowper, Isaac, counterfeiter of Exchequer bills, 432.

-, Robert, administrator of Thomas Davenant, 378.

-, William, merchant of London, payment to, 95, 426, 431.

- See also Cooper.

Cowsby. See Cowesby.

Cowthorp. See Colthorp.

Cox (Cocks, Coxe), —, Assessment Commissioner for Surrey, 92.

-, John, joint Customer of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 211.

-, -, house of, co. Berks, 177.

-, -, claim to reversionary grant of the office of a keeper of the Council Chamber, 373.

-, Nathaniel, joint Customer of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 211.

-, -, a Keeper of the Council Chamber, 115, 116, 240.

-, Richard, Receiver General of Assessments, co. Gloucester, 304, 399.

Coxby [Croxby]. co. Lincoln, 182.

Coxton [?Caxton], co. Cambridge, 181.

Coxwold, Cockwold, Cookwould, co. York, 195, 202.

Craganulla, Killian barony, co. Galway, 383.

Cragg, Alexander, lieutenant, marines, 445.

Cramlington, co. Northumberland, 413.

Cranburn, —, reward for his arrest, 378.

Crank, Peter, a clerk to Commissioners for licensing Hawkers and Pedlars, 430.

Cranmer. See Wood, C.

Cratchrode, Charles, captain, Farrington's regiment, 276.

Cravenburgh, Mary, annuity of, 291.

Craw Sound, Scilly Islands, 392.

Crawford, David, Deputy Commissary General of the Musters, 47, 48, 302.

Crawley, John, tidesman, London port, 151.

Craxby [?Claxby], co. Lincoln, 182.

Creamer (Cremer), Thomas, examiner of Exchequer bills, etc., at the Exchequer Receipt, 16, 141.
-, directions to, 20, 137–8, 148; concerning utensils of the Melting House, 67, 264.
-, issue for incidents, 147, 153.
-, office for, 148, 302.
-, salary of, 60, 107, 440.

Creed, John, lieutenant, Denbigh's regiment, 255.

-, Richard, captain, Denbigh's regiment, 255.

Creichton (Creichtoun), Abraham, colonel, his regiment. See Army—regiments.

Cremer. See Creamer.

Creppinghall, co. Suffolk, manor of, 413.

Cressall. See Chrishall.

Crimes, —, weekly payments by the Treasury Solicitor to, 53.

Crisp, Sir Nicholas, 329.

-, Rowland, Victualling agent, Chatham, 372.

Croasdale, Richard, lands, co. Lancs., 178.

Crockam. See Crookham.

Crofts, Michael, lands, co. Lancs., 178.

Croglin, Crogling, co. Cumberland, 180.

Croker, —, [graver to the Mint], 21.

Crompton (Crumpton), Robert, Paymaster of the Malt Lottery tickets, 61, 67, 68, 71, 75, 95, 98, 244, 249, 255, 290, 297, 325, 373.

Cromwell, Henry, captain, Denbigh's regiment, 255.

Crone, Jonathan, mate of a Customs boat, 334.

Cronogh alias Cronaghill [?Cronohill], Condons and Clangibbon barony, co. Cork, 168.

Crook, Japhet, maltster of St. Margaret's, co. Herts., sale of forfeited brewhouse to, 112, 114, 448.

Crookham, Crockam, co. Northumberland, 415.

Crosby, co. Westmorland, 180.

Cross, —, Excise penalty, 15.

Cross, William, captain in the Navy, 302.

Crow, Nathaniel, grant of forfeited lands, co. Yorks, 375.

Croxby, See Coxby.

Croxton, co. Cambridge, 181, 318; manor of, 181.

Croxton, John, petition for money expended for service of the Foot Guards, 425.

Croydon, co. Cambridge, 181; manor of, 181.

Crump, Lawrence, Portcullis, 215.

Crumpton. See Crompton.

Cubley, Cubly, co. York, 195.

Cudaghmore, Queen's county, 295.

Cuddeston, co. Berks., manor of, 177.

Cuddon, Sir Thomas, Chamberlain of the city of London, 273; Receiver General of assessments, etc., for London, Westminster and Middlesex, 304, 320, 384, 399.

Culliderry [?Coolderry], Garrycastle barony, King's county, 444.

Culliford, Robert, comptroller, Southampton port, 266.

-, William, Inspector General of Exports and Imports, 233.

-, -, lieutenant colonel, Windsor's regiment, 254.

-, -, sailcloth supplied to the Navy by, 93, 304, 343.

Culpeper (Colepeper), John, Lord Culpeper, payment to, 5, 124, 127.

Cumberland, county of, Auditor of crown revenues in, 368.
-, fee farm rents in, 180, 318.
-, Justices of the Peace, 337.
-, Receivers General of assessments, 60, 65, 236, 267, 280, 305, 399.
-, Sheriff of, 355, 360, 410.
-, surveyor of duties on marriages, etc., and houses, 124.

Cumberland Ward, co. Cumberland, assessments on houses, etc., 413.

Cumberton. See Comberton.

Cumminstown. See Cominstown.

Cunningham (Cuningham), Mris., final payment to, 2.

-, Robert, quartermaster, Leigh's regiment, 255.

Cunscough, See Concough.

Curdale [Coquetdale], co. Northumberland, ward of, 413.

Curnanagh, Kilnamanagh barony, co. Tipperary, 396.

Curraboy, King's county, 444.

Curraghlane, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 380.

Curry Mallet, co. Somerset, manor of, 398.

Curson, George, landwaiter, Bridgwater port, 361.

Curtis (Courtis), Richard, agent to Columbine's regiment, 338.

-, Thomas, lease of lands in Cornwall, 208.

Cuterall [?Catterall], co. Lancs., 178.

Cuthbert, George, senior, lease of the manor of Shippon, 38, 40, 169, 184, 208, 383.

-, George, son of George, 208.

-, Katherine, daughter of George, senior, 208.

-, Robert, son of George, senior, 208.

Cutler, Thomas, payment to, for charges of a voyage to America to discover a silver mine, 362, 395.

Cutts manor in Trumpington, co. Cambridge, 181.

Cutts, John, Baron Cutts of Gowran, accounts certified by, 145, 438.