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Index of Persons and Places: C

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Calendar of Papal Registers Relating To Great Britain and Ireland: Volume 4, 1362-1404. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1902.

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Cabrespino, John de, canon of Narbonne, and nuncio and collector to the camera in England, Ireland, and the province of Reims, of Urban V., 2, 6, 7, 18, 19, 25, 28, 87, 98, 148.

Cachiatus. See Matheoli.

Caddington, Kydyngton [co. Bedford], prebend of, in London, 445, 461, 462.

Caggessale. See Coggeshale.

Cahir, Cacyrbresslean [co. Kerry], 529.

Cahors, bishop of. See Cardaillac.

-, seneschal of. See Walkefare.

Caistor [co. Lincoln], prebend of Lincoln, 227.

-, [co. Norfolk], Holy Trinity, 437.

-, -, St. Andrew in Casterflegh, 442.

Caithness, bishop of, 150.

-, -, See Fingask.

-, canon of, 188, 237.

Calabre, Culabre, William de, canon of Aberdeen, 225, 240.

Calais, governor of. See Burghersh.

-, peace negotiations at, 102, 113, 115, 202, 203.

-, negotiations with the pope at, 109, 134.

Calciata (Caussade), Raymond de, lord of Puycornet, 93.

Caldbeck, Caldebeck [co. Cumberland], 29, 163.

Caldewell. See Hepworth.

Caldwell [co. Bedford], Augustinian canon of, 285.

Calfe, Richard, II. bishop of Down, 76.

-, Rose, 490.

-, Walter, prior of Down, 521, 522.

Calkote, Robert, Augustinian canon, 310.

Callan [co. Kilkenny], 348.

Callington, Calyngton [co. Cornwall], 166.

Calne [co. Wilts], prebend of, in Salisbury, 478.

Calore, John de, chancellor of Paris, 164, 173, 188, 220.

Calshul, John, monk, 80.

Calthorp, Robert, notary, 503.

Calton, Walter de, 65.

Calverley, Calvyle, Kalvele, Carvallay, Calviley, Calvile, Carvalay, Calvyley, Hugh de, knight, 17, 21, 53, 127, 131, 136.

Calwich [co. Stafford], Austin priory of, 356.

Cambel, Colin, donsel, 183.

-, -, Mary his wife, damsel, 183.

-, Elena daughter of Gillespat, 186.

-, John son of Colun, 56.

-, Mariota daughter of John, 56.

Cambini, Peter, merchant, 268.

Cambo, Cambow, parish of Hartburn, q. v.

Camborne, Cambron [co. Cornwall], 358.

Cambra, Michael Marthiniz de la, 142.

Cambray, 229.

-, bishop of. See Claremont, Peter de.

-, canon of. See Mauberti.

Cambridge, chancellor and university of, 91.

-, Clare Hall, 36, 49.

-, St. John's Hospital, 455.

-, Pembroke College or Valence Mary Hall, 58, 88, 167, 171.

-, chapel of Holy Trinity, 199.

-, church of St. Mary, 348.

-, St. Mary Magdalen's Chapel, Sturbridge, 344.

-, university of, 40, 52, 71, 166, 197, 206, 478.

-, -, students at, 500.

-, -, foreign students in, 162, 198.

-, Friars Minors at, 516.

Cambridge, earl of. See Edmund.

Cambrygge, Alice de, widow, 485.

-, Stephen, Augustinian canon, 311.

Cambuskenneth, Combuskenneth [co. Clackmannan], abbot and convent of, 236, 237, 240.

Camera, William de, canon of Dunkeld, 239.

Camerino [Umbria], 267.

Cammel, John, citizen, 497.

Campeden, John de, rector, 193, 438.

Campedene, John, canon of Oseney, 483, 495.

Campo Fregoso, Dominic de, doge of Genoa, 94, 143.

Campsey [co. Suffolk], canoness of, 37.

Campyon, John, citizen, 490.

-, -, Denise his wife, 490.

Canck, William, Cluniac monk, 286.

Candlesby [co. Lincoln], 486.

Caneton, Canton, Gerald, Augustinian, bishop of Cloyne, 480, 505.

Canicus, St., abbot, 508.

Canis, John de, donsel, 132.

Canons Ashby [co. Northants], prior of, 387.

Canterbiry, Benedict, rector, 358.

Canterbury, archbishop of, 223, 317, 329, 338, 340, 351353, 357, 358, 369, 370, 383, 386388, 391, 393, 401404, 416, 428, 430, 436, 442, 448, 451, 459, 462, 463, 481, 502, 505, 514, 515, 517, 520, 525, 527, 535, 536, 539.

-, -, See Islip; Langham; Bradwardin; Wittlesey; Sudbury; Savoy; Courtenay; Theobald.

-, archbishop, prior and chapter of, 190, 223, 224, 375, 451.

-, archdeacon of, 133.

-, -, See Roche, Aymar de; William de la Jugie, cardinal-priest, St. Clement's; Wakefield.

-, cathedral, sums for the repair of, 389.

-, -, indult for the repair of, 507.

-, -, Crown chapel in, 507.

-, diocese of, 103.

-, monk of, 81, 220.

-, official of, 63, 71, 72, 75, 81, 180, 357, 359, 387, 467, 473, 526.

-, -, See Barnet.

-, prior of, 361.

-, Robert, prior of. 80.

-, prior and chapter of, 80, 365.

-, St. Augustine's, 166.

-, -, abbot of, 365, 477, 514.

-, -, -, See Pecham.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 364.

-, -, monk of, 287, 404, 523.

-, -, altar of St. Mary in, 407.

-, prior of St. Gregory's, 522.

-, chapel of St. Mary in the hospital of Estbruge, 36, 456.

-, St. Mildred's, 204.

Caper, Sarah, 489.

Caponago, Capponago, Francis de, Augustinian prior of St. Martin's Siena, 283, 289.

Caprun, Thomas, 485.

-, -, Isabella his wife, 485.

Captal de Buch. See Gailley.

Capua, 287, 301.

[Capua,] Raymund [de], general of the Friars Preachers, 378.

Caradoc, Richard, treasurer of Vannes, 187.

Carbarton, John, priest, 496.

Carbricus, prior of St. Mary's, Clontuskert, 382.

Cardaillac, Bertrand de, bishop of Cahors, 12.

Cardaliaco, Francis de, Friar Minor, 40.

Cardeny, Thomas de, clerk, 226.

Cardiff, Kaerdys [co. Glamorgan], 472.

Cardigan, archdeacon of. See Caunton.

Cardinal Bishops:

-, Anglicus de Grimoard, bishop of Albano, 86, 112.

-, Peter Itier, cardinal priest of Sancti Quatuor Coronati, afterwards bishop of Albano; treasurer of Wells, precentor of Chichester, 26, 43.

-, Talleyrand de Prigord, cardinal priest of St. Peter's ad Vincula, bishop of Albano, 42, 102.

-, Audoin Aubert, cardinal priest of SS. John and Paul, bishop of Ostia, 30.

-, Peter d'Estaing, vicar general in Italy, archbishop of Bourges, cardinal priest of St. Mary's in Trastevere, bishop of Ostia, 99, 121124, 128, 136.

-, Philip d Alencon, archbishop of Rouen, archdeacon of Exeter, bishop of Ostia, 336, 385, 513.

-, Francis Prignano, bishop of Palestrina, treasurer of Salisbury, vicechancellor of the Holy Roman Church, 318322, 359361, 378, 383, 384, 393, 414, 419, 482.

-, Raymund de Canillac, bishop of Palestrina, 92.

-, John de Cros, bishop of Limoges, bishop of Palestrina, nuncio of Clement VII. 12, 93, 228, 229.

-, Simon Langham, bishop of Ely, archbishop of Canterbury, archdeacon of York, archdeacon of Wells, cardinal priest of St. Sixtus's, bishop of Palestrins, papal nuncio, 2, 3, 11, 12, 15, 18, 24, 26, 50, 57, 64, 67, 70, 83, 92 99, 102, 104, 107, 113116, 118, 119, 123, 124, 128, 165, 169, 170, 194, 197, 389.

-, -, chaplain of. See Aston, Thomas de.

-, Guy Pierleone, bishop of Palestrina, 516.

-, Conrad (a Cistercian), bishop of Porto, 516.

-, Giles Albornoz, bishop of Sabina, legate of Urban V. in Italy, 3, 4, 8, 9, 16, 20, 23, 24.

-, Philip de Cabassole, cardinal bishop of Sabina, archdeacon of York, archdeacon of Leicester, canon of Lincoln, 168.

-, William de Aigrefeuille, bishop of Sabina, cardinal priest of St. Mary's in Trastevere, 17, 21, 80.

-, Francis Tomacelli, cardinal priest of St. Susanna's, bishop of Sabina, 543.

-, Giles III., Ascelin de Montaigu, bishop of Tusculum, vicar-general of Urban V. in the duchy of Spoleto, 28.

-, Nicholas Cappocci, cardinal priest of St. Vitale's, afterwards bishop of Tusculum, 42, 102.

-, Nicholas Chiaramonti, bishop of Tusculum, 516.

-, John de la Grange, bishop of Amiens, cardinal priest of St. Marcellus, archdeacon of Glasgow, archdeacon of Ross, bishop of Tusculum, 144, 255, 256.

-, Pileus de Prata, archbishop of Ravenna, cardinal priest of St. Praxed's, bishop of Tusculum, provost of Wells, papal nuncio, 107, 111, 125, 133, 134, 137139, 142, 144, 145, 191, 200, 205, 210, 385, 389, 473, 474, 479.

Cardinal Priests:

-, Henry Minutolo, cardinal priest of St. Anastasia's, 504.

-, Gregory Theodoti, cardinal priest of St. Anastasia's, 516.

-, Peter de Selve de Monteruc, bishop of Pampeluna, cardinal priest of St. Anastasia's, 182.

-, Adam Easton, prior of St. Agnes', Ferrara, archdeacon of Shetland, cardinal priest of St. Cecilia's, provost of St. John's, Beverley, 27, 279, 335, 343, 379, 381, 385, 420, 439, 459461, 468, 472, 475, 536, 537.

-, Christopher Marini, archdeacon of East Riding, archdeacon of Berkshire, cardinal priest of St. Ciriac's, canon of London, 383385, 459, 460, 504, 509, 514, 536.

-, Poncellus Orsini, cardinal priest of St. Clement's, 481.

-, William de la Jugie, cardinal priest of St. Clement's, archdeacon of Canterbury, 133.

-, Guy de Maillesec, cardinal priest of St. Cross in Jerusalem, nuncio of Clement VII. 228236, 239, 240.

-, Cosmas Meliorato, cardinal priest of St. Cross in Jerusalem, 405, 467.

-, Leo Brancaleone, cardinal priest of St. Cross in Jerusalem, 516.

-, Angelus Acciaiuoli, cardinal priest of St. Laurence in Damaso, dean of Salisbury, archdeacon of Exeter, 315, 335, 345, 401.

-, Hugh Roger, cardinal priest of St. Laurence in Damaso, 9395, 126.

-, Peter Chinac, cardinal priest of St. Laurence in Damaso, canon of Salisbury, 128.

-, William Bragose, cardinal priest of St. Laurence in Lucina, 61.

-, Andrew Bontempi, cardinal priest of SS. Marcellinus and Peter, archdeacon of Berks, 385, 509.

-, Androin de la Roche, cardinal priest of St. Marcellus, nuncio and legate in Italy, 8, 9, 14, 16, 20, 23, 24.

-, Peter Amelii, cardinal priest of St. Mark's, 245.

-, Bartholomew Mezzavacca, cardinal priest of St. Martin's in Montibus, treasurer of Salisbury, 482.

-, William de Aigrefeuille, cardinal priest of St. Mary's in Trastevere. See cardinal bishop of Sabina.

-, Nicholas de Brancatiis, cardinal priest of St. Mary's in Trastevere, 245.

-, Peter d'Estaing, cardinal priest of St. Mary's in Trastevere. See Cardinal bishop of Ostia.

-, Peter de Cros, archbishop of (Bourges, afterwards of) Arles, cardinal priest of SS. Nereus and Achilleus, papal chamberlain (under Gregory XI.), 156.

-, Mark de Viterbo, cardinal priest of St. Praxed's, treasurer of Wells, precentor of Chichester, 26.

-, Peter Gomez d'Albornos, cardinal priest of St. Praxed's, archdeacon of Northampton, 173.

-, Pileus, cardinal priest of St. Praxed's See Pileus, bishop of Tusculum.

-, Bertrand [Latgier], cardinal priest of St. Prisca's, 97.

-, Ralph de Monteruc, bishop of Sisteron, cardinal priest of St. Pudentiana, 166.

-, Bartholomew Oleario, cardinal priest of St. Pudentiana, archdeacon of East Riding, papal legate, 378, 384, 465, 536.

-, John de Dormans, bishop of Beauvais, cardinal priest of Sancti Quatuor Coronati, papal nuncio, 20, 9295, 97, 98, 102, 107, 113115, 118, 119, 123, 125, 128, 129, 165, 169, 170.

-, Peter Itier, cardinal priest of Sancti Quatuor Coronati. See Cardinal bishop of Albano.

-, Thomas de Capua, cardinal priest of St. Sabina's, 516.

-, Simon Langham, cardinal priest of St. Sixtus's. See Cardinal bishop of Palestrina.

-, Luke Rodolphucci, cardinal priest of St. Sixtus's, 384.

-, William d'Aigrefeuille, cardinal priest of St. Stephen's on the Caelian, archdeacon of Berks, archdeacon of Taunton, 97, 168, 187.

-, Francis, cardinal priest of St. Susanna's. See Cardinal bishop of Sabina.

-, Nicholas Cappocci, cardinal priest of St. Vitale's. See Cardinal bishop of Tusculum.

-, Robert of Geneva, bishop of Trouane, cardinal priest of the Twelve Apostles, anti-pope (Clement VII), legate in Italy for Gregory XI. subdean of York, archdeacon of Dorchester, 19, 158, 159, 188, 207.

-, See also Clement VII. anti-pope.

-, Stephen de Ceccano, cardinal priest of the Twelve Apostles, 516.

-, Walter Wardlaw, bishop of Glasgow, cardinal priest, 83, 86, 99, 106, 130, 145, 150, 167, 176, 187, 216, 222, 236 238, 243, 246, 247, 250, 255, 256, 383.

Cardinal Deacons:

-, Raynald Orsini, cardinal deacon of St. Adrian's, dean of Salisbury, 168.

-, Lewis Fieschi, cardinal deacon of St. Adrian's, 343.

-, Stephen de Normandis, cardinal deacon of St. Adrian's, 516.

-, William de Nouveau, vicar-general in Italy, cardinal deacon of St. Angelo's, archdeacon of Suffolk, 103, 122, 133, 142, 147, 154, 160, 197, 206, 209.

-, Peter Flandrin, cardinal deacon of St. Eustace's, 102, 182.

-, Francis Renzi, cardinal deacon of St. Eustace's, 343, 384.

-, James Orsini, cardinal deacon of St. George's in Velabro, archdeacon of Leicester, dean of Salisbury and archdeacon of Durham, 103, 178, 196, 227, 401.

-, Angelus, cardinal deacon of St. Lucy's in Septem Soliis, 505.

-, Stephen Aubert, cardinal deacon of St. Mary's in Aquiro, 2, 89.

-, Peter de Luna, cardinal deacon of St. Mary's in Cosmedin (Benedict XIII. anti-pope), 257n, 295, 303.

-, -, See also Benedict XIII. antipope.

-, Thomas Orsini, cardinal deacon of St. Mary's in Domnica, dean of Salisbury, 335, 401.

-, Hugh de St. Martial, cardinal deacon of St. Mary's in Porticu, archdeacon of Meath, 104, 105, 118, 120, 123, 130, 168, 190, 465.

-, Peter de Veruche, cardinal deacon of St. Mary's in Via Lata, archdeacon of Exeter, 168.

-, Lewis de Capua, cardinal deacon of New St. Mary's, archdeacon of Meath, 465.

-, Marinus [Bulcano], cardinal deacon of New St. Mary's, papal chamberlain, 265, 266, 269, 274, 282, 284, 479.

-, Guy Papereschi, cardinal deacon of St. Nicholas in Carcere, 516.

-, Landulph Maramauro, cardinal deacon of St. Nicholas in Carcere, dean of Dublin, archdeacon of Meath, 383, 465, 479, 504.

-, Octavianus dei Conti di Segni, cardinal deacon of SS. Sergius and Bacchus, 516.

-, Gregory de Crescentio, cardinal deacon of St. Theodore's, 516.

-, Raynald Brancaccio, cardinal deacon of St. Vitus's in the Shambles, 378, 383, 468, 469, 480, 504.

Carici, Bernard, canon of Paris, 151.

-, See also Carrici.

Carles, William, knight, 51.

-, -, Emma his wife, 51.

Carleton [co. York], 392, 394.

Carleton, John de, ambassador of Edward III., archdeacon of Suffolk, 24, 71, 72.

-, -, papal notary, 320.

-, Richard, consistorial advocate, 375, 444, 457, 460, 461, 509, 542.

-, Robert, 487.

-, -, Agnes his wife 487.

-, See Karleton.

Carlisle, 287.

-, archdeacon of. See Karlel.

-, bishop of, 163, 200, 499.

-, John (sic) bishop of, 539.

-, -, See Welton; Read.

-, bishop, prior, and chapter of, 472.

-, diocese of, 103.

Carlton Colville [co. Suffolk], 380.

Carlton Rode [co. Norfolk], 485.

Carlton, Alan de, clerk, 424.

Carmarthen, Kermerdyn, 472.

-, archdeacon of, 477.

Carminan, Ralph, knight, 166.

-, -, Catherine his wife, 166.

Caroloco, John de, prior of Lewes, 25.

Canon, John de, canon of Moray, 237.

Carow by Norwich, monastery of. See Norwich.

Carpe, John, canon, 353.

Carpentras, chapter-general of the Hospitallers at, 15.

-, bishop of. See L'Estrange.

-, Hospitallers at, 51.

Carran, Richard, canon, 382.

Carraria, Francis de, knight, 10.

Carreto, Daniel de, 7, 13.

Carreu, Nicholas, clerk, 205.

Carrici, Bertrand, rector, papal collector, 64.

Carrigillihy [parish of Myross, co. Cork], abbot of, 413, 475.

Carrothers, Adam de, 84.

Carryk, countess of. See Bruys.

Carryk, Carrik, John, earl of [son of king Robert of Scotland], 130, 247, 248.

Cartar, Joan, 486.

Carter, John, priest, 492.

Cartere, Agnes, 487.

Carthynt, Cathynt, Henry, dean of Lismore, 531.

Cartmel, Kertmell [co. Lancaster], Augustinian canon of, 278, 362.

-, William, prior of, 371, 382.

-, prior and convent of, 366.

-, St. Michael's, 366.

Cary, John, clerk, 540.

-, William, donsel, 462.

Casetone, Peter de, knight, 12.

Cashel, archbishop of, 12, 246, 342, 468, 470, 476, 480, 505, 539.

-, -, See Roche; O'Carroll.

-, archdeacon of. See O'Grady.

-, canon of, 58, 402, 417, 542.

-, collector in (diocese of), 156.

Caslarium. See Chalard.

Caspian mountains, 431.

Cassay. See Cossall.

Castellione, Pontius de, knight, 353.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 353.

Castello, John de, donsel, 138.

-, Paul de, proctor, papal chaplain, 277, 289.

-, Robert de, papal chaplain, 528.

Castelton, Simon, Premonstratensian, 287.

Casterflegh. See Caistor.

Casterton, Little [co. Rutland], 192.

Castile, 53.

-, and Aragon, relations between, 21.

-, king of. See Peter; Henry; John.

-, -, nuncio in, 21, 53, 413.

Castillione, Branda de, papal auditor, 439.

Castleacre, Castelakyr [co. Norfolk], monks of, 489, 497.

-, prior of, 330.

-, Thomas, prior of 489.

-, See Warren.

Castle Connor, Cayslanconcubir [co. Sligo], 442, 443.

Castlemagner [co. Cork], 471.

Castle Martyr [co. Cork], 207.

Castle Walter, i.e. Walter ap Llywarch. See Llanfihangel Geneur Glyn.

Castro, bishop of, 504.

Castro, Gervase de, bishop of Bangor, 73.

Castro Bernardi, John de, rector, 33.

-, Richard de, 185.

Castrocaro [Italy], castle of, 158.

Castronovo, Paul de, Friar Minor, 60.

Castalonia, Martin de, Friar Minor, 138.

Catdruym Omany. See Aughrim.

Cateby, John, rector, 340.

Cathaneis, Damianus de, knight, nuncio to England, 280, 281.

Catharine, daughter of John of Gaunt, xxii.

Catini, Dominic Mathei, merchant of Florence, 292.

Catley [co. Lincoln], Gilbertine priory of, 488.

Catton, John, papal notary, 319.

Catynton. See Tattingtone.

Catyrbresslean. See Cahir.

Caumont [Lot-et-Garonne], governor of. See Beaufort, Nicholas de.

Caumpedon, Walter de, clerk, 209.

Caunton, Griffith de, archdeacon of Cardigan, 88.

Caussade. See Calciata.

Cave, Isabella, 203.

Cavers, Cavors [co. Roxburgh], 222.

Cawton, Thomas de, priest, 339.

Cayngham. See Keyingham.

Cayslanconcubir. See Castle Connor.

Celestine III., 210, 518.

Cella Parva (or Parva Cella), diocese of Tuam. See Annadown.

Cellerio, Stephen de, archdeacon of Brechin, 82.

Celsi, Laurence, doge of Venice, 8, 10.

Celleville [Vende], 65.

Cely, Henry, Friar Minor, 404.

Cergeaus, Cergeaux, Michael, vicar and canon, 376, 404.

Cerne [co. Dorset], abbot of, 322.

Cerney, South, Cernay Milonis [co. Gloucester], 85.

Cesena, city of, 158.

Chaddesden, Chaggesden, Schadesden, Nicholas de, member of the papal court, canon of Lichfield, archdeacon of Lincoln, 65, 175, 197, 337, 338, 367, 403.

Chaddesey. See Chedzoy.

Chaerebroch, belonging to St. Mary's, Trim., 211.

Chaise Dieu [Haute-Loire], monastery, 127.

Chalard, Caslarium [Haunte-Vienne], 254.

Chalcedon, Paul bishop of, 308, 309.

Chalers, John, priest, 494.

Chalgrove [co. Oxford], 430.

Chalk [co. Wilts], prebend of Wilton, 181, 505.

Chlons, canon of. See Garnerii.

Chalus, Caslue [Puy de Dme], 129.

Chamberlayn, Thomas, rector, 330.

Chambernon, Chaumbernon, Alexander, donsel, 494.

-, -, Joan his wife, 494.

-, Joan, damsel, 494.

-, Otho, donsel, 484.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 484.

-, Richard, donsel, 483.

-, -, knight, 489, 494, 497, 498.

-, -, Catherine, his wife, 489, 494, 497, 498.

-, William, priest, 490.

Chambry [Haute Savoie], 125.

Chambon, Cambon, castle of [Haute Vienne], 15.

Chandeler, Chaundeler, John, canon and treasurer of Salisbury, 289, 379, 478.

-, -, rector, 398.

Chandos, Chaundos, John de, knight, viscount of St. Sauveur, constable of Aquitaine, ambassador of prince Edward to Urban V., 7, 11, 16, 22, 23, 25, 26, 54, 55.

-, Robert, rector, 402.

-, Thomas de, donsel, 95.

Chaning, Richard, 46.

Chapelayn, Thomas, 495.

-, -, Joan his wife, 495.

Charchetoneham. See Stoneham.

Chardstock, Cherdestoke, Scherdestoke [co. Dorset], 406.

Charing, Cherring [co. Kent], 209.

Charles IV. of Luxemburg, Emperor of Germany, 2, 122, 125.

- V. king of France, 14, 18, 25, 53, 65, 73, 86, 92, 93, 96, 97, 107, 108, 111, 113 116, 118, 119, 125127, 129, 131, 133 135, 137139, 142, 145, 146, 161, 164, 173, 205, 215, 218, 227, 228, 239.

- VI. 302, 306.

- II., king of Navarre, 139, 177.

Charleton, John, Benedictine, 287.

- See also Cherleton.

Charminster, Cyrmerster, and Bere [co. Dorset], prebend in Salisbury, 368, 463.

Charnelles, alias Mariscall, Matilda, 84.

-, Nicholas de, 84.

-, Robert, 84.

-, Thomas, 84.

Charp, John, of London, Augustinian canon, 286.

Chartesey. See Chertsey.

Chartham, Chyrtham [co. Kent], 489.

Chatteris, Catheriz [co. Cambridge], manor of, 423.

Chaumbernon. See Chambernon.

Chaumont, bailliage of, xx.

Chaundeler. See Chandeler.

Chavanhaco, Bertrand de, knight, 135.

Chaverston, Charveston, John de, knight, seneschal of Gascony, 1, 3.

-, See also Cheverston.

Chawcombe alias Chapman, Nicholas, Benedictine, 311.

Chawmber, John, Friar Preacher, 284.

Cheadle, Chedul, Chedil, Thedul [co. Chester], 346, 417, 496.

Cheam, Cheyham [co. Surrey], 511.

Chedzoy, Chaddesey [co. Somerset], 401, 465.

Chellery, John de, Augustinian Friar, 43.

Chellfouche, belonging to St. Mary's Trim, 211.

Chelmsford, Chelmesford [co. Essex], 340.

Chelnacatohudan, belonging to St. Mary's Trim, 211.

Cheminel, Andrew, treasurer of Vannes, 187.

Chen, Henry le, bishop of Aberdeen, 225, 226.

-, Mary de, 78.

Chenny, Roger, 46.

Chepyng Nortum. See Chipping Norton.

Cherche, John atte, priest, 488, 494.

Cherdestoke. See Chardstock.

Cherington, Chiretun [co. Gloucester], 90.

Cheriton, Chiriton [co. Southants], 438.

Cherleton, 426.

Cherleton, John de, knight, 44, 52.

-, Lewis de, bishop of Hereford, 32, 45.

Cherminster. See Charminster.

Cherring. See Charing.

Chertsey, Chartesey [co. Surrey], abbot of, 339, 520.

Chesham, Andrew de, Friar Minor, 30.

Cheshelm, Richard de, 68.

Chesholme, William de, treasurer of Moray, 163.

Chester, abbot of St. Werburg's, 417.

-, - See Newport; Seynesbury; Bebington; Sutton.

-, abbot, prior and convent of, 424, 451, 532.

-, archdeacon of, 451, 506, 533, 534.

-, - See Slake; Newhagh.

-, dean of St. John's. See Dalby; Layet; Wodehous.

-, collegiate church of St. John's, 533.

-, prebend of St. John's, 417.

Chester-le-Street [co. Durham], dean of, 82, 535.

-, -, See Derby.

-, canon of, 446.

-, prebend of Pelton in, 162.

-, church of St. Mary the Virgin, 176.

Chesterfeld, Chestirfeld, Richard de, canon, 60, 62, 270.

Chesterton [co. Cambridge], 405.

-, diocese of Lincoln, 532.

Chesterton, William de, rector, 372, 379.

Chevalier, William le, patriarch of Jerusalem, papal nuncio, 108, 109, 131.

Cheverston, Joan, damsel, 60.

-, See also Chaverston.

Cheyham. See Cheam.

Cheyne, John, canon of Exeter, 224.

-, -, papal notary, 320.

-, -, knight, 328.

-, William, donsel, papal master usher, 488, 493, 496, 498.

-, See also Chen; Chenny.

Chiborai. See Thyberay.

Chichester, bishop of, 361, 370, 500, 539.

-, -, See Lenne; Read; Waldby.

-, bishop, dean and chapter of, 190.

-, canons of, 43, 57, 63, 165, 173, 177, 178, 187, 196, 339, 368, 371, 376, 398, 401, 445, 510.

-, -, See Apelderham; Streteley; No[r]thburgo; Berdon; Bukunhull; Strete.

-, cathedral of, 169.

-, -, chantry in, 402.

-, chancellor of. See Medforde.

-, dean of, 196, 197.

-, -, See Freton; Lullyngton.

-, diocese of, 103.

-, prebend of Colworth, 165.

-, precentor of. See Cardinals; Mark of St. Praxed's, and Peter, bishop of Albano.

-, citizens of, 46.

-, Friars Preachers at, 46.

Chickerell, Chikerel [co. Dorset], 495.

Chicksands, Chyksond [co. Bedford], prior of. See Bruton.

Chiddingly, Chyntynley [co. Sussex], 285.

Child, Laurence, bishop of St. Asaph, 291.

Chilmark [co. Wilts], 61.

Chiltenham, Walter de, 42.

Chilton, Chylton [co. Suffolk?], prior of, 359.

Chipping [co. Lancaster], 387.

Chipping Norton [co. Oxford], 406.

Chipton, John, papal notary, 319.

Chiretun. See Cherington.

Chiriton. See Cheriton.

Chiselhurst, manor of [co. Kent], 439.

Chislampton, Chyslampton, John, Cistercian, papal chaplain, 291, 524, 528.

Chissey, Rudolf de, bishop of Grenoble, 10.

Chitterne, Chytterne, John, master in the king's chancery, 371, 373.

-, -, priest, 495, 499.

Chorton, John de, papal notary, 319.

Chrishall, Cristehale [co. Essex], John Basset of, 494.

Christchurch. See Twinham.

Christopolis, bishops of, xxiv.

Churechhuel, Henry, 363.

Chylton, diocese of Lincoln. See Chilton.

Chyntynley. See Chiddingly.

Chypton, William, Friar Minor, 404.

Chyrtham. See Chartham.

Chyslampton. See Chislampton.

Chytterne. See Chitterne.

Cirencester [co. Gloucester], abbot of, 223.

-, - See Lekhampton; Ameney.

-, abbot and convent of, 518.

-, Augustinian canon of, 290, 527.

Cirzi, William, knight, 12.

Citeaux [Cte d'Or], abbot of, 80, 122.

-, John, abbot of, 184.

Clackmanuan, vicarage of, 236, 240.

Clairac [Lot et Garonne], John, abbot of, 4.

Clairvaux [Anbe], abbot of, xx, 122, 276.

Clakkston, Robert de, prior of Coldingham, 236.

Clanfield, Clanefeld [co. Southants], 440.

Clare, alias de Forgio [co. Clare], abbot of, 332, 417, 471.

Clare, John de, knight, 13.

-, Richard, earl of Gloucester, 436.

-, Thomas, prior of Walsingham, 41.

Clarell, John, notary, 361.

Claremont, Peter de, bishop of Cambray, 19.

Clarence, duchess of. See Lionel.

-, duke of. See Lionel.

Clatt, Clath [co. Aberdeen], Philip prebendary of, 226.

Claycoton, Cleycot [co. Northants], 61.

Claymond, Thomas, 422.

Claymonde, John, 493.

-, -, Matilda his wife, 493.

Claypole [co. Lincoln], 66.

Claypole, John, 494, 497.

Clayton [co. Sussex], 401, 402, 526.

Cleeve [co. Somerset], monk of St. Mary's abbey, 274.

Cleeve Prior, Clyve, Cleve [co. Worcester], 116, 368, 386, 402.

Clement VI., 6, 37, 48, 50, 88, 89, 172, 183, 209, 217, 218, 276, 284, 362, 412, 421, 451, 528.

Clement VII., anti-pope, 258, 261, 262, 295, 303, 325, 328, 400, 443, 465, 521, 538 540.

-, See also Cardinal Priests; Robert of Geneva of the XII. Apostles.

Clere alias Morys, John, papal notary, 319.

Clerk, John, priest, 325.

-, Robert, of Laghton, 319.

-, -, of Hedon, 390.

-, William, layman, 484.

-, -, of Berston, literate, 488.

Clermont. See Auvergne.

Cleve. See Cleeve.

Cleveland, archdeacon of, 338, 339, 343, 344, 472, 535.

-, See Walkington.

Cleycot. See Claycoton.

Cleyve. See Cleeve.

Clifford [co. Hereford], prior and convent of, 416.

Clifford, Cliffordi, Clyfford, John, knight, captain in Italy, 147.

-, John, John de, canon and treasurer of York, 185, 269, 271, 345.

-, Richard, bishop of Worcester, canon of Salisbury, archdeacon of Ely, 351, 389, 408, 436, 514.

-, Walter, rector, 275.

-, Walter de, donsel, 483.

Clifton, Newton in [co. Warwick], 77.

Clipsham, Kilpesham [co. Rutland], 483.

Clisseby, John de, canon, 68.

Chsson, Oliver, lord of, knight, 147.

Clist Fonison. See Sowton.

Clitheroe, Cliderowe [co. Lancaster], chapel of St. Michael, 70.

Cloet, Henry de, Augustinian friar, 301.

Clogher [co. Tyrone], bishop of, 206, 530.

-, - See Mac Camaill.

-, dean of, 541.

-, official of, 541.

Clogherbrien, Cluychirbrayn [co. Kerry], 429.

Clomell. See Clonmel.

Clonelty, Clonelche [co. Limerick], 472.

Clonenagh, Cloneygneat [Queen's County], 529.

Clonfert [co. Galway], bishop of, 449.

-, -, See O'Kelly; O'Lean.

-, canon of, 417.

Clonmacnoise [King's County], archdeacon of. See O'Dullachan.

-, Hugh, bishop of, 96, 245.

-, Philip, bishop of, 336.

-, Simon, bishop of, 45.

-, bishop of. See Cory.

-, dean of, 45.

Clonmel, Clomell [co. Tipperary], 185.

Clones, Clomeoys [co. Monaghan], 461.

Cloneygneat. See Clonenagh.

Clontuskert, Clontuasgert [co. Galway], Augustinian priory of, 382.

-, prior of. See Carbricus.

Clophill, John, notary, 359.

Cloutherom, William de, Gilbertine, 304.

Clovelly [co. Devon], 462.

Cloyne, bishop of, 475.

-, - See Caneton, Wye.

-, canon of, 207, 213, 471, 476, 505, 531.

-, chapter of, 480.

-, dean of, 471, 505.

-, preceptor of. See Tany.

-, collector in (the diocese of), 156.

Cluny, James, abbot of, 144.

Cluychirbrayn. See Clogherbrien.

Clyfford. See Clifford.

Clyngham, diocese of Norwich, 443.

Clyve. See Cleeve.

Clyvedon, Margaret de, 48.

Cobham, Cobeham, John de, knight, baron, 59, 62, 144, 226, 389, 396.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 59.

-, Reginald de, 63.

Cobham [co. Kent], church of St. Mary Magdalen, 42, 61, 62.

-, -, master and college of, 226, 389, 390, 396.

Coc, Coch, captain, constable, and marshal in Italy, 120, 122, 129, 136.

Cock, John, Benedictine, 311.

- See also Cok; Cook.

Cockersand [co. Lancaster], abbot of, 503.

-, abbot and convent of, 74.

-, canons of, 32, 266, 312.

-, monastery of St. Mary, 179.

Codeford, Godeford, Philip de, envoy of prince Edward to Urban V., precentor of Salisbury, 3, 4, 7, 11.

Codlystanys. See Coldstone.

Coggeshall [co. Essex], abbot of, 69.

-, canon of, 487, 492.

-, monks of, 285, 299.

Coggessale, Caggessale, John, Cistercian, 302.

Cohuter, Colyntz, John de, 182.

Cokersand. See Cockersand.

Coktegg, John, priest, 288, 488, 493.

Colchester [co. Essex], archdeacon of, 520.

-, St. Botolph's, canons of, 35, 38, 286, 296.

-, -, prior of, See Pruet.

-, St. John's, abbot of, 503.

-, -, See Blyton.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 35.

-, -, monks of, 268, 520, 523, 538.

-, St. Mary Magdalen on Magdalen Green, chapel of, 33.

Colchester, Colschestre, Colchestre alias Pak, John, monk, papal chaplain, bishop of Orkney, 523, 538.

Coldingham, Coldinghine, Goldingham [co. Berwick], 247.

-, prior of. See Clakkston.

Coldstone, Codlystanys [co. Aberdeen], 200.

Cole, John, papal notary, 321.

Coleton, Stephen, priest, 325.

Colham, Collam, or Calham, in Shrewsbury, diocese of Lichfield, abbot and convent of, 415, 423.

-, abbot of, 423.

Collingham, North [co. Notts], 163, 364.

-, South [co. Notts], 521.

Collom, Collon, John, rector, scribe, 452, 521.

Collyn, Robert, archdeacon of Ferns, 449.

Collynghwith. See Colworth.

Colman, Colmon, Thomas, Augustinian canon and prior of Launde, 310, 435.

Colmpton, Walter, canon, 357.

Colmworth [co. Bedford], 183.

Colne [co. Essex], monk of, 69.

Colne, Thomas, Benedictine, 268.

Colney [co. Norfolk], William, rector of, 485.

Cologne, 202, 300.

-, archbishop of, 123.

-, St. Alban's, 536.

Colseye, John, canon, 505.

Colsterworth [co. Lincoln], 328.

Colston Basset [co. Notts], 208, 473.

Colton, John, archbishop of Armagh, 526.

-, Walter, vicar, 439.

Colvile, John, knight, 490.

Colworth Colwarth, Collynghwith [co. Sussex], prebend of Chichester, 165, 173.

Colyntz, See Cohutzt.

Comacchio [Ferrara], bishop of, 475.

Combe, Coumbe [co. Warwick], abbot of, 477.

Combere, alias Lodelowe, Richard, notary, 360.

Combermere [co. Chester], abbot of, 34.

Combuskenneth. See Cambuskenneth.

Combwell, Combewell, Cumbewelle [co. Kent], Augustinian canons of, 190, 284, 312, 522.

-, prior of. See Tyshurst.

Comneberi. See Thornbury.

Como [Lombardy], Luchinus, elect of, 295.

Comod, Cumud, David, priest, notary, 360, 416.

Compelande. See Coupelande.

Comper, Margery, 442.

Compere, Richard, rector of Audley, 175.

Compostella. See Santiago.

Compre. See Crumpe.

Compton, Little [co. Gloucester], 348.

-, [co. Somerset], prebend of, in Wells, 384.

Comyn, William, 226.

-, -, of Buchan, 225.

Concadoy, John de, Friar Minor, 302.

Coneglan, St. Leonard, diocese of Connor, 372.

Conelee, Robert de, canon of Lichfield, 195.

Conestabularii, Thomas, 58.

-, -, Mariota, his wife, 58.

Cong [co. Mayo], Malachy and Thomas, abbots of St. Mary's, 222.

Congallis, John de, rector, 238.

Conishead [co. Lancaster], prior and convent of St. Mary's, 367.

Connor, John, archdeacon and bishop of, 336.

-, See also Goldop, Onell.

-, Paul, bishop of, 336.

Conques [Aveyron], St. Faith's, abbot of, 24.

-, Raymund, abbot of, 114, 184.

-, monks of, 11, 114.

Constantine, St. [co. Cornwall], 535.

Constantinople, 111.

-, emperor of. See Manuel, Robert.

-, Peter, patriarch of, 10.

Contarini, Andrew, doge of Venice, 95, 139.

Conway, Counwey [co. Carnarvon], abbot of, 325.

Conyers, Robert, knight, 486.

-, -, Joan his wife, 486.

Conyngeston, Richard, canon, 533, 534.

Conyngton, John de, Augustinian canon, 312.

Conzi, Francis de, archbishop of Narbonne, chamberlain of Clement VII., 257 note.

Cook, Simon, 484.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 484.

-, Cook, Walter, chancellor of London, canon of Lincoln, archdeacon of Berkshire, 296, 297, 353, 375, 444, 457, 460, 461, 502, 509, 514, 527, 536, 542, 543.

Cooling, Coling [co. Kent], 63.

Copelande. See Coupelande.

Coppa, Peter de, papal auditor, 326, 327, 332.

Copull, Stephen, 75.

Corbario [near Bellinzona], Hugolinus count of, 28.

Corbomordi [Corcomohide (?), co. Limerick], 531.

Cordemberghe, William de, bishop of Tournay and Basle, 298.

Cordova, archdeacon of the diocese of, 221.

Cork, archdeacon of, 475.

-, See Rede.

-, canon of, 413, 474, 475.

-, collector in (the diocese of), 156.

-, treasurer of. See Went.

-, Holy Trinity, 445.

Corl, Robert, canon, 479.

Cornwall, archdeacon of, 346.

-, See Nevill, David.

-, earl of. See Edmund.

Cornwell, Cronell [co. Oxford], 376.

Corre, Richard, clerk, 536.

Corringham [co. Lincoln], prebend of, in Lincoln, 384.

Corsica, 106.

Cortenal. See Courteenhall.

Cortenay. See Courtenay.

Corton, Corston [co. Suffolk], 429.

Cory, Corr, Milo, bishop of Clonmacnoise, 336.

Cosington [parish of Aylesford, co. Kent], chapel of St. Michael, 47.

Cossall, Cassay [co. Notts], 198.

Cosyngton, Cozenthona, Stephen de, knight, envoy of prince Edward to Urban V., 13, 22, 47.

Cotell, Thomas, Friar Minor, 308.

Cotes, John, 66.

-, -, of Tenelby, rector, 354.

Cotesford, Gotisford, John de, clerk, 56.

Cotham, Cotom [co. Notts], 209.

Cotinham, Hugh, Friar Minor, 286.

Coton, John, Augustinian canon, 310.

Cottenay, See Courtenay.

Coucy, Enguerrand de, count of Soissons, 120 123, 128.

-, -, Isabella wife of, 146.

Coueley. See Cowley.

Coule, John, vicar, 325.

Coumbe, John, notary, 360.

Counnbe, Peter, monk, 463.

Counwey. See Conway.

Coupelande, Copelande, Compelande, Nicholas, donsel, 111, 143.

Couper, John, 485.

-, -, Amice his wife, 485.

-, William, clerk, 227.

-, -, priest, 493.

Coupiac, Copiac [dep. Aveyron], lord of. See Panato.

Courteenhall, Cortenal [co. Northants], 33.

Courtenay, Cortenay, Hugh de, knight, 55, 127.

-, -, Matilda his wife, 55.

-, Hugh de, earl of Devon, 60, 62.

Courteney, Cortenay, Richard, clerk, canon, 448, 510.

-, William, bishop of Hereford, archbishop of Canterbury, 62, 82, 94, 134, 263, 272, 274, 288, 297, 298, 454, 505, 510.

Coutances, bishop of. See Ilsshawe, Crevecoeur.

-, administrator of the see of, 539.

Couwik. See Cowick.

Coventre, Walter de, bishop of Dunblane, 214.

Coventry, archdeacon of. See Birmingham, Stretton.

-, bishop of. See Lichfield.

-, prior of, 80, 387, 400, 514, 526.

-, -, See Greneburgh.

-, prior and chapter of, 403, 533, 534.

-, church of Holy Trinity, 403.

Coverham [co. York], canon of, 269.

-, monk of, 82.

Cowal [co. Argyle], river Newdach in, 249.

Cowick, Couwik [co. Devon], prior of, 412.

Cowley, Coueley [co. Gloucester], 534.

Cowper, John, the elder, priest, 492.

Coyneriis, Reginald de, 226.

Cozenthona. See Cosyngton.

Cradock, Roger, bishop of Llandaff, 52, 186.

Crakall, John de, canon, 51.

Crakanthorp, John de, rector, 35.

Cranewys, John, 485.

-, -, Agnes his wife, 485.

Cranswik, Peter, layman, 482.

Craon, John de, archibishop of Reims, 19.

Cras, Walter, rector, 498.

Cratfield, William, abbot of St. Edmunds, 494.

Craven, John de, and Alice his wife, 482.

Crawncewyk, John, Gilbertine canon, xxiii, 305.

Creagh, Grenagh [co. Cork], 474.

Credition, Kirton [co. Devon], canons of, 57, 58, 333, 345, 354, 376, 418, 508.

Creedy in Sandford [co. Devon], prebend in Crediton, 418.

Cremons, 24.

Creslow, Crissellow [co. Bucks], 542.

Cressewye, William, 389.

-, -, Alice his wife, 389.

Cressy, John, de, rector of Thorp, 38.

Crevecoeur, William de, bishop of Coutances. 421.

Creyby, John, clerk, 350.

Cridia. See Creedy.

Crispyn, John, esquire 485.

-, -, Alice his wife, 485.

Crissellow. See Creslow.

Cristed [? Kirkstead, co. Lincoln], abbot of, 361.

Cristofori, Angelus and John, 298.

Cromdole, John de, canon, 30.

Cromer, Crowmere [co. Norfolk], 512.

Cromp. See Crumpe.

Cromp. Edward, priest, 413.

Cromwell, Crumwell, Ralph de, knight, 498.

-, -, Matilda his wife, 350, 498.

-, Richard, priest, 286.

Crondall [co. Southants], 398.

Cronell. See Cornwell.

Cropredy [co. Oxfd.], prebend of Lincoln, 181.

Crosby [co. Westmoreland], 530.

Crosthwaite, Crostwayt, Crossethwayt [co. Cumberland], 195, 377.

Crostwick, Crosthweyt [co. Norfolk], 406.

Croxton [co. Cambridge], 193.

- [co. Leicester] abbot and convent of, 37, 463.

-, Thomas, abbot of, 32.

-, canons of, 32.

- [co. Norfolk], 519.

Croxton, John de, 193.

Croydon [co. Surrey], 74, 327.

Croydon, Richard, Augustinian canon, 287.

Croyeby, Roger de, donsel, 44.

Cruche, Thomas atte, 527.

Cruden, Crudan [co. Aberdeen], prebend of, 226.

Crull, Robert, 201.

Crumpe, Compre, Cromp, Matthew, archdeacon of Meath, 105, 120, 190, 465.

Crumwell. See Cromwell.

Cruys, Richard, Augustinian cannon, 290.

Cuappelade. See Whaplode.

Cudington, John, clerk, 44, 52.

- See also Kidington.

Culabre. See Calabre.

Culli, Richard, Augustinian canon, 275.

Cullying, Cuylling, William, canon, provost of Penryn, rector, 395, 399, 458.

Culobynd and Ranna. See Kilfree.

Cults, Quylt [co. Fife], 244.

Cumbewelle. See Combwell.

Cumud. See Comod.

Cuper, Walter, 486.

-, -, Joan his wife, 486.

Curry Mallet, Curre Malet [co. Somerset], 187.

Curteys, John, 35.

-, Peter, Augustinian canon, 35.

Curtoys, John, vicar, 331.

- See Curteys.

Cusak, Walter, donsel, 45.

Cusentia, Stephen de, 257.

Cuslowe. See Cuxwold.

Cuthbert, St., body of, 39, 176.

Cuxwold, Cuslowe [co. Lincoln?], 402.

Cuylling. See Culling.

Cymmer, Kymmer [co. Merioneth], abbot of. See Loncastell.

Cyprus, 25, 26.

Cymerster. See Cinarminster.