Index of Persons and Places: C

Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 19, Henry IV. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1992.

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J. L. Kirby, 'Index of Persons and Places: C', in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 19, Henry IV, (London, 1992) pp. 404-414. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol19/pp404-414 [accessed 23 May 2024].

J. L. Kirby. "Index of Persons and Places: C", in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 19, Henry IV, (London, 1992) 404-414. British History Online, accessed May 23, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol19/pp404-414.

Kirby, J. L.. "Index of Persons and Places: C", Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 19, Henry IV, (London, 1992). 404-414. British History Online. Web. 23 May 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol19/pp404-414.

C

Cadbury (Catbury Castell), Devon, manor, 931

Cadbury, North, (Northcadebury), Som, manor, 928

Cade, Adam, 446

Cadeleigh (Cadelegh), Devon, advowson, 125
-, manor, 125, 426
-, Langley in, q.v.

Cadson (Cadeston) [in St. Ive], Corn, 218, 225

Cadson Bury (Cadbury) [in St. Ive], Corn, 218, 225

Caen [France, dép. Calvados], abbey, 885

Caidge (Cage) [in Southminster], Essex, manor, 276

Caistor (Castre), Lincs, manor, 637, 639
-, parson of see Leicestre, Richard de

Caistor (Castre), Lincs, soke, 637, 639

Cakebole (Cudbaldesleye) [in Chaddesley Corbett], Worcs, 858

Calais (Cales) [France, dép. Pas de Calais], 139
-, burgesses and soldiers of (named), 336
-, captain of see Beaufort, John
-, castle, 974, 986
-, inquisitions at, 335, 357, 699, 974, 986
-, lieutenants of see Falvesley, John; Picworth, Thomas
-, mayor, alderman and under-marshal of see Bermycham, John
-, proof of age at, 336
-, St. Mary’s parish, 986
-, church, 336
-, St. Nicholas’s parish and church, 335
-, St. Peter’s parish, 986
-, treasurer of see Merlawe, Richard

Calais (Cales) [France, dép. Pas de Calais], bailiwick, échevinage, 699, 986

Calbourne (Caillbourne, Caulbone), Isle of Wight, Hants, 651
-, Danhull, Elmsworth, Swainstone and Watchingwell in, q.v.

Calcutt (Colcote) [in Cricklade], Wilts, 121

Caldbeck, Cumb, 240

Caldbergh in Coverham, Yorks, 137

Caldecote, Beds see ‘Kardyncote’

Caldewell, John, and Alice his wife, 782

CALEISER, HENRY, citizen and skinner of London, 669
-, Agnes wife of, 669
-, Helen daughter of see Myle
-, Margery daughter of see Alfox
-, Thomas son of, 669

Caleston see Calston

Callerton [in Ponteland], Northumb, manor, 395

Calliland (Calyland) [in South Hill], Corn, manor, 218

Callow (Sallowe) [in Wirksworth], Derb, manor, 111

Calne, Wilts, inquisitions at, 417, 465, 620
-, Calstone Wellington, Stock Street and Whetham in, q.v.

Calston (Caleston), Thomas, 403, 417, 968, 970
-, Elizabeth daughter of, 403, 968, 970
-, Joan (Chelrey) wife of, 403, 968, 970

Calstone Wellington (Calston) [in Calne], Wilts, 620–1
-, manor, 465

Caludon (Caloudon) [in Wyken], Warw, manor, 312

Calverton, Bucks, Stratford, Stony, in, q.v.

Cam (Camme), Glos, 740

Camberwell (Camerwelle), Surrey, 344, 346
-, churchyard, 344
-, inquisitions at, 172, 174
-, manor, 172, 346
-, proof of age at, 344
-, ‘Redershull’ in, 346
-, Basings, Briddinghurst and Peckham in, q.v.

Cambo (Cambowe) [in Hartburn], Northumb, manor, 938

Camborne, John, 340

Cambridge (Cant, Cantebrigia), Cambs, inquisitions at, 265, 541, 728, 793, 925, 1049

Cambridge, Little (Parva…nbregge), [in Great Easton], Essex, 277

Camel, Queen, (Camell, Quenecamell), Som, inquisition at, 865
-, manor, 865, 1023
-, park, 865

Cameley (Camelegh), Som, lordship, 928

Camme, Walter, abbot of Malmesbury, 996

Camoys, Lewis de, parson of Combe Martin, 436

Campden, Chipping, (Campeden, Campedene), Glos, inquisitions at, 280, 899
-, manor, 708

Campden (Campeden, Caumpeden), Roger, clerk, 261–3

Campines (Companys) in Cotton, Suff, manor, 154–6

Campton, Beds, Shefford in, q.v.

Canche, John, vicar of Wantage, 430, 432–3

Candeler (Candelere), John, 898
-, Richard, 777

Candlesby (Candeslby), Lincs, manor, 732

Candyssh see Cavendissh

Canfield, Great or Little, (Canefeld), Essex, manor, 991, 1047

Canfield, Little, Essex, Langthorns in, q.v.

Canford Magna, (Caneford), Dors, 649, 997
-, manor, 649, 826
-, Kinson in, q.v.

Cannings, All, (Canynges), Wilts, Allington in, q.v.

Cannings, Bishops, (Canynges Episcopi), Wilts, 887
-, Chittoe, Coate and Horton in, q.v.

Cannington (Canyngton), Som, 450
-, Gurney Street and Salthay in, q.v.

Cannock (Cannok), Staffs, forest, 881

Cantelowpe, Henry, 401

Canterbury (Cantuar), archbishops of see Arundel, Thomas; Courtenay, William; Sudbury, Simon

Canterbury (Cantuar), Kent, 168, 939, 999, 1002
-, bailiff and citizens of, 168, 939
-, Christ Church, prior of, 118, 232, 569, 641, 692, 727, 737, 750, 774
-, inquisitions at, 168–9, 939
-, St. Augustine’s abbey, abbot of, 606, 774

Canwick (Canwyk), Lincs, ‘Pynfoldgarth’ in, 18

Capel St. Andrew or Capel St. Mary (Capele), Suff, inquisition at, 1009

Capenor (Capenore) in Portishead, Som, 648

Car, William, 1003

Cardeston, Salop, Wattlesborough in, q.v.

Cardiff (Kerdif) [Glam], lordship, 989

Cardington see ‘Kardyncote’

Cardinham, Corn, Glynn in, q.v.

Careby, Lincs, manor, 1035
-, rector of see Cateby, John de

Caremele, Thomas, 557

Carent (Carente), William, and Alice (Tomer) his wife, 573

Cargo (Cargowe), Cumb, lordship, 114

Carisbrooke (Caresbrok, Carisbroke, Karesbroke), Isle of Wight, Hants, castle, 475, 651, 963

Carlele, Thomas, 387

Carleton, John de, 1008
-, John, of Holme, son of, 1008
-, Maud (Snell) mother of, 1008

Carlisle (Carliol), bishop of see Strickland, William

Carlisle (Karliol), Cumb, 114, 355, 1013
-, exchequer of, 191, 240, 510, 1013
-, inquisitions at, 114, 240, 355
-, Botcherby and Petteril in, q.v.

Carlton, Beds, 565

Carlton (Carleton), Northants, manor, 808

Carlton (Carleton by Notyngham), Notts, 112

Carlton, Castle, (Castel Carleton), Lincs, manor, 135

Carlton, Little, (Southcarleton), Notts, 130

Carlton Scroop (Carleton in Kesetvene by Ancastre), Lincs, manor, extent of, 135

Carminowe (Carmynowe) [in Mawgan in Meneage], Corn, manor, 217

CARMYNOWE, WILLIAM, 190, 447
-, John son of, 190, 447, 451

CARNABY (Carnetby), WILLIAM de, knight, 379, 908, 1003
-, ISABEL wife of, 908
-, WILLIAM son of, 908, 1003

Carpe, John, treasurer of the household of Richard II, 997

Carpenter, John, of Malton, 341
-, Margery, afterwards Jordan, q.v.

Carreu, Nicholas, escheator in Surrey and Sussex, 302, 346
-, Thomas, knight, and Elizabeth his wife, 449, 451

Carswell [in Buckland], Berks, 84

Cartere, Roger, parson of Wootton Fitzpaine, 450

Cartmell, Agnes de, 667

Carton (Karketon) [in Bayton], Worcs, 220

Cary, Castle, (Castelcary), Som, inquisition at, 714
-, manor, 559, 562, 714, 960
-, Clanville in, q.v.

Cary, John, knight, 259–60, 649
-, Joan wife of, 259–60

Cassington (Kersington), Oxon, manor, 645

Cassy, John, 233
-, John, of Whitfield, 393

Castlekayrok, John, 114

‘Castelmylne’ [unidentified], Staffs, 351

Casterton (Castreton), Westm, ‘Colnekilne’ chapel in, 994

Casterton, Little, (Little Castreton), Rut, 623, 874

Castyll, William, 440, 1056

Casynet, John, 260

Catcherside (Calthersyd) [in Kirkwhelpington], Northumb, manor, 938

Catcot (Cadecote) [in Moorlinch], Som, 1028

Cateby, John de, rector of Careby, 1034–5

Catherington (Caterington), Hants, inquisition at, 398
-, Hinton Daubney in, q.v.

Catley (Katteleye) [in Bosbury], Heref, 400

Cattawade (Cattywade) [in Brantham], Suff, inquisition at, 547

Catterick (Katrik), Yorks, 993
-, Scotton in, q.v.

Catton, Yorks, Stamford Bridge in, q.v.

Catworth (Catteworth), Hunts, 627, 867

Cauley, John, 314

Caumbre see Chambre

Caumpeden see Campden

Caus (Caux) [in Westbury], Salop, 1043

Causton, William, 158

Cave, North, (Northcave), Yorks, 137
-, Awnhams and Drewton in, q.v.

Cave, North or South, Yorks, inquisition at, 437

Cave, South, (Southcave), Yorks, 137
-, manor, 503
-, Faxfleet in, q.v.

Cave, Robert, 119

Cavendish (Cavendissh, Cavendysh), Suff, 785
-, parson of, 785
-, ‘Potekemys’ in, 674
-, Bulley Hall, Collingham Hall, Impey Hall, Kemsing Hall and Overhall in, q.v.

Cavendissh (Candyssh, Cavendysshe), ANDREW de, 674, 785
-, WILLIAM son of, 674, 785
-, Richard, 1023
-, Alice daughter of see Beckote
-, Robert, 843

Cawod, John, 184

Cawodelegh, Robert, and Goodeth [?Judith] his wife, 985

Cawood (Cawod, Cawode), Yorks, 184, 387

Cawston (Causton), Norf, 88
-, inquisition at, 729
-, manor, 88

Cayrons, Richard, 446, 667

Cays, Thomas, 548, 640, 737

Caythorpe (Cathorp), Lincs, manor, 705

Ceresy, William, 894

Cerne, Edward, knight, 996

Chaddesden, Derb, 831

Chaddesley Corbett, Worcs, manor, 858
-, Barrow and Cakebole in, q.v.

Chaddington (Chathyngton) [in Lydiard Tregoze], Wilts, 652

Chaddleworth (Chadelworthe), Berks, 646
-, Poughley in, q.v.

Chadlington (Chadlynton), Oxon, 412

Chaffcombe (Chafcombe by Somerton), Som, 450

Chagesty, Thomas, 271

Chagford, Devon, 654
-, Rushford in, q.v.

Chaim, William, 461

Chalcombe (Chacombe), Northants, manor, 309, 609

Chalcott (Chaldecote) [in Stogursey or Sampford Arundel], Som, 101

Chale, [Isle of Wight], Hants, manor and advowson, 963
-, rector of see Delle, Thomas

Chalford, Richard, 524

Chalgrove (Chalgrave), Oxon, manor, 457

Chalk (Chalke), Kent, Beckley in, q.v.

Chalk, John, and Katherine his wife, 1004
-, William, 1004

Chalke, Broad, Wilts, Knighton and Stoke Farthing in, q.v.

Challenger (Chalangre) [in Membury], Devon, 449

Challock, Kent, Otterpley in, q.v.

Challow, West, (Westchalowe) [in Letcombe Regis], Berks, 403, 971

Chaloner (Chalons), John, 461, 656
-, Robert, knight, 147, 426–7, 776; sheriff of Devon, 269

Chalow, William, and Agnes his daughter, 188

Chalton [in Toddington], Beds, 969

Chalvedon [in Pitsea], Essex, 277

CHAMBERLAYN (Chamberleyn, Chaumberlayn, Chaumberleyn), Benet, 999
-, John, constable of Beaudesert, 847
-, John, of Wickenby, 120
-, Ralph, 548, 640, 737–8
-, Richard, knight, 382–3, 441, 488
-, Richard son of, 382–4, 488, 874
-, MARGARET wife of, 382–4
-, Robert, 1056
-, William, 481, 786

Chambernoun see Champernon

CHAMBRE (Caumbre), EDMUND DEL, of Epping, 816–7, 899
-, JOHN son of, 816, 899
-, Margaret wife of, 899
-, Edward, 343

Champains (Champeneys) in Cotton, Suff, manor, 154–6

Champeneys, Richard, 999

Champernon (Chambernoun), Alexander, and Joan (Ferrers) his wife, 217
-, Odo, 427, 449

Champeyne, Seman, 918

Chansy, Joan, 442, 1056

Chapman, John, 479
-, Thomas, 898
-, Walter, 479

Chappelayn, Thomas, 887

Chard, Som, Tatworth in, q.v.

Charlbury, Oxon, Chilson and Shorthampton in, q.v.

Charlecombe (Shirelcombe) [in Stokeinteignhead], Devon, 295

Charlecote (Cherlecote), Warw, 287

Charleton (Cherleton, Cherlton), Edward, Lord Charleton of Powys, 48
-, Humphrey de, canon of Hereford, 990
-, John de, knight, and Joan (Langley) his wife, 611
-, Robert, 966–7

Charleton of Powys, Lord see Charleton, Edward

Charlton [in Wantage], Berks, 403, 971

Charlton (Charleton), Som, manor, 904

Charlton (Cherlton by Hungerford) in Hungerford, Wilts, [afterwards Berks], proof of age at, 786

Charlton Adam (Cherleton Adam), Som, 559

Charlton Horethorne (Charleton, Charleton Camvill), Som, 258, 865
-, manor and advowson of chapel, 648

Charlton Mackrell (Cherleton Makerell), Som, 559

Charlton on Otmoor (Charleton on Ottemore), Oxon, manor, 226

Charminster, Dors, Wolfeton in, q.v.

Charteray (Chartera), John, 973, 978

Chartham, Kent, inquisition at, 775

Chastleton (Chastelton), Oxon, manor, 891
-, Brookend in, q.v.

Chatton, Northumb, 897
-, Coldmartin, Fowberry and Horton in, q.v.

Chaucer, Thomas, escheator in Berkshire, 432

Chaumberlayn, Chaumberleyn see Chamberlayn

Chaun, William, 461, 656

Chaworth (Chaworthe), Thomas, knight, 533
-, Thomas de, 628
-, William, knight, 137

Cheadle (Chedell), Staffs, manor, 1032

Cheal (Cheyle) [in Gosberton], Lincs, manor, 1035

Cheddar (Ceddre), Som, manor, 865, 960

Chedder (Cheddre), Richard, and Isabel his wife, 393
-, Robert, and Elizabeth his wife, 43–4

Cheddre see Chedder

Chedeworth, Robert, 996
-, Cf. Shadworth

Chedgrove (Chatgrave), Norf, manor, 729

Chekeswell (Chiksell) [in Brenchley], Kent, manor, extent of, 606

Chelmsford (Chelmersford, Chelmesford), Essex, inquisitions at, 7, 103, 128, 546, 548, 572, 622, 630, 640–1, 737–8, 855, 1050
-, proof of age at, 1004

CHELREY, Henry, 403, 971
-, John, clerk, 389
-, THOMAS, 403, 580, 970–1
-, Elizabeth daughter of see Kyngeston
-, Elizabeth wife of, afterwards Pole, q.v.
-, Joan daughter of see Calston
-, Sybil daughter of, 403, 968, 970

Chelsfield (Chellesfeld), Kent, manor and advowson, 232

Cheltenham, Glos, inquisitions at, 43, 394

Chelwood, East (Estchelleworth) [in Chelwood], Som, 648, 960
-, lord of see Cokes, Richard

Chelwood, West, (Westchelleworth), Som, manor, 809

Chelworth (Chelesworth), Chelwood, Shellesworth) [in Cricklade], Wilts, 121, 417, 652
-, manor, 121

‘Chene’ [unidentified], Devon, 426
-, Cf. Chyne

Chepstow (Chepstowe, Strogoil), Glos, castle, 317–8, 650
-, manor, 317–8

Chepstow (Strogoil), lordship, 317–8

‘Chepyngton’ [unidentified], Devon, manor, 427

Cherington (Chiryton), Warw, 800–1

Cheriton (Chyryton), Hants, 116–7

Cheriton Bishop, Devon, Crockernwell, Grendon, Hask, Partridge and Treable in, q.v.

Cheriton, North, (North Chiryton), Som, manor and advowson, 414

Cherleton, Cherlton see Charleton

Chesham, Bucks, 89
-, manor, 1046–7, 1051

Chester (Chestre), bishop of see Burghill, John

Chester (Chestre), Ches, inquisition at, 159
-, St. Mary on the Hill church, 159

Chester (Chestre), honour, 600–1
-, escheator of see Mere, Matthew de la

Chesterfield (Chestrefeld), Derb, St. Leonard’s hospital, advowson of, 636
-, inquisitions at, 69, 533

Chesterford, Great, Essex, 737

Chesterford, Little, Essex, 737
-, Emanuel in, q.v.

Chesterton (Chestreton) [in Wolstanton], Staffs, manor, 881
-, extent of, 428

Chestur, Henry, 342

Chettiscombe (Chatescombe) [in Tiverton], Devon, manor, 862

Chevedon, Thomas, 779

Chevener, John, 271

Chevening (Chyvenynge), Kent, 461, 656

Chevent, John, 559

Cheverell, Little, (Cheverel), Wilts, 652
-, advowson of church and chantry, 957
-, manor, 957

Cheverell, John, 255, 664

Cheviot (Chyvyot), Northumb, forest, 973, 979

Chewton Mendip (Chuton), Som, vicar of see Umfrey, John

Cheylesmore [in Coventry], Warw, manor, 312, 539

Cheyne (Cheyny), Hugh, and Maud his wife, 450
-, Hugh, knight, 282
-, John, 228, 541
-, John, lord of Cogenhoe, 1011
-, Roger, 521
-, William, and Cecily, formerly Bonvill, his wife, 450–1

Cheyneys (Chenyesmaner) in Steeple Morden, Cambs, 13

Chichele, William, 725, 727

Chichester (Cicestre), bishop of see Rede, Robert

Chichester (Cicestre), 633, 639
-, inquisitions at, 15, 633

Chickerell, West, (Westchikerell), Dors, 445
-, Putton in, q.v.

Chicklade (Chekelade), Wilts, 652

Chidderlegh, John, 442, 1056

Chiddingstone (Chidyngston), Kent, manor, 461, 656
-, ‘Marcheshope’ in, 461, 656

Chideok (Chydeok, Chydyok), John, 900
-, John, knight, 698
-, Joan (St. Lo), wife of, afterwards Bache, q.v.
-, John, esquire, son of, 696–8, 958–9

Chidham (Chudham), Sussex, manor, 459

Chieveley, Berks, Winterbourne in, q.v.

Chigwell (Chigewell), Essex, 277

Chilcote (Childecote) [in Burton upon Trent], Derb, inquisition at, 42
-, manor, 42, 44

Child, Rose, 49

Childerley, (Great Childerle), Cambs, manor and advowson, 925
-, places in (named), 926
-, ‘Ricardisland’ in, 925

Childerley, Little, (Little Childerle) [in Childerley], Cambs, 925

Childhay (Childhey) [in Broadwindsor], Dors, 1028
-, manor, 1029

Childrey (Chelrey), Berks, advowson, 403, 971
-, ‘Dephammes’ in, 403, 971
-, St. Mary’s chantry, 403, 971
-, Frethornes and Rampayns in, q.v.

Chillingham (Chevelyngham), Northumb, castle, 897
-, church, 342, 897
-, manor, 342

Chillington (Chidelyngton) [in Stokenham], Devon, 654

Chillington (Chelyton Hall) [in South Petherton], Som, 757, 759

Chilmark, Wilts, Ridge in, q.v.

Chilson (Cheldeston) [in Charlbury], Oxon, 412

Chilton, Berks, 164

Chilton Cantelo (Chilton Cantelowe), Som, manor, 984

Chilton Foliat (Chilton), Wilts, 417, 557

Chilton Trinity, Som, 619

Chilton West and Idstock in, q.v.

Chilton, West, (Westchilton) [in Chilton Trinity], Som, manor, 101

Chinnock, West, (Westchynnok), Som, 450

Chippenham, Wilts, inquisition at, 916

Chirche, Gilbert atte, 899

Chisbury (Chessebury) [in Little Bedwyn], Wilts, manor, 417

Chiselborough (Cheselburgh), Som, manor, 453

Chiselden, Robert, 1042

Chiseldon (Chesilden, Chuseldon), Wilts, 620, 887

Chisenbury (Chessenbury) [in Enford], Wilts, manor, 364

Chisenbury, West, (Westchesingbury) [in Netheravon], Wilts, 887

Chishall, Great or Little, (Chessell), Essex, 568, 570

Chislet (Chistelet), Kent, 774

Chitterne, Wilts, 652

Chitterne, John, clerk, 715, 917, 923, 997

Chittewode, John, knight, 521

Chittlehampton, Devon, Bradbury, Brightley, Fullabrook and Hathercombe in, q.v.

Chittoe (Chetewe) [in Bishops Cannings], Wilts, 887

Chivenor (Chevenor) [in Heanton Punchardon], Devon, 271

Chiverstone (Cheverston) [in Kenton], Devon, manor, 125

Cholderton (Chaldryngton), Wilts, 966

Cholwell (Chaldwell) [unidentified], Devon, 125

Chorley, William, 954

Christchurch (Cristchurch Twynham, Crystchurche Twynham), Hants, 255
-, castle, 646, 648–9, 651
-, manor, 649
-, prior of, 649, 651
-, Bockhampton, Funckton, Holway, Hurlebat, Knapp, Murding, Parley, East, Tuckton and Winkton in, q.v.

Christchurch (Crystchurche Twynham), Hants, hundred, 651

Christchurch (Cristchurch Twynham), honour, 649

Christon (Crycheston), Som, manor, 101

Chuket, John, and Lucy (Seyntclere) his wife, 444–5

Chulmleigh (Chelmelegh), Devon, manor, 426
-, Coombe and ‘Doblez’ in, q.v.

Churcham, Glos, Oakle Street in, q.v.

Churchill (Churchull) [in East Down], Devon, 225, 505

Churchill (Kirchill), [Som?], parson of see Bampton, William

Churchill (Churchull), Som, manor, 101

Churchulle, John, 449–51
-, Cf. Kyrchill

Churchstanton (Cheristaunton, Cherry Staunton), Devon, manor and advowson, 449
-, parson of see Modeslegh, Thomas

Chute (Cheut, Chuyt), Wilts, 681
-, manor, 1023

Chute (Chuyt) Forest, Wilts, bailiwick of, 474–5
-, ‘Wiltesshyrebaillye’ in, 474
-, ‘Wodehous’ in, 475

Chydeok, Chydyok see Chideok

‘Chyne’ [unidentified], Devon, 427
-, Cf. ‘Chene’

Cilrhedyn (Kylrede), [Carm or Pemb], 880

Cinque Ports (Cinq ports), 206

Cirencester (Circestre, Cirencestre), Glos, 861
-, abbot of, 949; and convent, 861
-, inquisitions at, 31, 119, 228, 389, 513, 551, 561, 611, 616–7, 861, 885

Cisterne, Simon, parson of Burnham, 276, 570

Claines, North, Worcs, Northwick in, q.v.

Clanville (Clanefeld) [in Castle Cary], Som, 559

Clapham, Yorks, inquisition at, 143
-, Austwick in, q.v.

Clarborough (Clareburgh), Notts, 200
-, Welham in, q.v.

Clare, Suff, inquisition at, 674

Clare, honour, 278, 641, 737, 1030

Clare (Clere), John, 88
-, Robert de, 282

Clarence, duke of see Thomas, of Lancaster

Clarewood (Claverworth, Clavirsworth) [in Corbridge], Northumb, 379, 908

Clavering (Claverynge), Essex, manor, 7

Claverley, Salop, 193

Claveryng (Graveryng), Robert, rector of Bradfield, 963–4

Clavyll, William, 451

Clay, Adam del, of Sutton, 111–2
-, Cf. Clee

Claybrooke (Claybrok), Leics, vicar of see Bereford, John
-, Bittesby in, q.v.

Claydon (Cleydon), Suff, 843

Clayhanger (Cleyangre) [in Combe St. Nicholas], Som, 984

Clayhanger (Cleyhunger) [in Walsall], Staffs, 288

Claypole, Lincs, manor, 419–20, 733

Cleaton, Roger, and Thomas his brother, 1001

Clee (Cliva), Salop, chase, 248

Clee, John de, 319
-, Robert de, vicar of Haxey, 319
-, Cf. Clay

Cleeton St. Mary (Cleaton), Salop, 1001

Cleeve, Bishop’s, Glos, Stoke Orchard in, q.v.

Cleeve, Old, (Cliva, Clyva), Som, abbot of, 619; and convent, 862
-, Washford in, q.v.

Clehonger (Cleongre), Heref, 905, 941–3

Clement, John, 783
-, William, 479

Clemsfold (Clympesfelde) [in Slinfold], Sussex, manor, 501

Clent, Staffs afterwards Worcs, manor, 262–3

Clere see Clare

Clerk (Clerke), John, 271
-, John, of Nesbit, 348
-, John, of Uphall, 102
-, Nicholas, vicar of White Notley, 276
-, Nicholas le, 871
-, Robert, parson of Bradfield, 965
-, Thomas, 341, 348, 446
-, Walter, 786

Clerkson, Richard, 446

Clevedon (Clyvedon), Som, manor, 186, 450, 717–8

Cliffe (Clyf), Kent, 365

Clifford, Heref, Newton in, q.v.

Clifford (Clyfford), honour, 275, 571

Clifford Barton (Clifford Corbyn) [in Dunsford], Devon, 654

Clifford Chambers, Glos, Willicote in, q.v.

CLIFFORD (Clyfford), Elizabeth de, afterwards Pabenham, q.v.
-, Lewis, knight, 611
-, Richard, bishop of Worcester, 31, 119, 282; bishop of London, 496, 548, 640–2, 692, 726, 737
-, Richard, clerk, 239
-, Robert, 734, 774, 938
-, Joan, formerly Garwynton, wife of, 774
-, Roger, Lord Clifford [d.1389], and MAUD his wife, 796
-, Thomas, Lord Clifford [d.1391], 94, 401, 796, 806, 901
-, Elizabeth wife of, 901
-, John son of, 94, 401, 796, 806, 901, 1013
-, William, knight, 421–2, 665, 705
-, ANNE (Bardolf), wife of, 421–2, 665

Clifton (Clyfton), Glos, manor and advowson, 696

Clifton (Clyfton) [in Severn Stoke], Worcs, 401

Clifton on Ure (Clifton) [in Thornton Watlass], Yorks, manor, 137

Clifton, South, (Southclyfton), Notts, 506

Clifton upon Dunsmore, Warw, Biggin in, q.v.

CLIFTON (Clyfton), ADAM DE, knight, and Margery his wife and Robert his son, 956
-, John de, knight, and Katherine (Cressy), afterwards Makerell, his wife, 418–9, 733

Clinton, Lady see Clynton, Elizabeth

Clipsham, John, escheator in Sussex, 302

Clipston, Notts, 628

Cloford, Som, Leighton in, q.v.

Clopton, Suff, 625

CLOPTON, WALTER, knight, 648, 922–3
-, Richard brother of, 441, 923, 1026–9, 1056
-, CHRISTINA, formerly Crukern, wife of, 1026–9

Clousere, John, 524

Cloweman, William, 479

Clyffe Pypard, Wilts, Woodhill in, q.v.

Clyfford see Clifford

Clyfton see Clifton

Clynton, Elizabeth, Lady Clinton, 891
-, John (de), 287, 394, 1035
-, William de, knight, 287

Clyst, Broad, Devon, manor, 223
-, Withy Bridge in, q.v.

Clyst St. Mary, Devon, advowson, 654

Clyvedon, Alexander, 435–6
-, Edmund de, knight, 181
-, Alice wife of, afterwards Bonvill, q.v.
-, John de, knight, 181
-, Richard, and Agnes his wife, 64

Coate (Cotes) [in Bishops Cannings], Wilts, 652

Coates, Glos, Tarlton in, q.v.

Coatham, East, (Estcotam) [in Kirkleatham], Yorks, 387

Coatham, West, (Westcotom) [in Kirkleatham], Yorks, 387

Cobat see Gobate

Cobbeham see Cobham

Coberley (Coburley), Glos, manor, 43–4, 393

Cobhall (Cobwell) [in Allensmore], Heref, 249

Cobham, Kent, manor, and advowson of collegiate church, 365

COBHAM (Cobbeham), John, and Katherine his wife and Elizabeth his daughter, 450
-, JOHN de, knight, Lord Cobham, 273, 276, 363–6, 417, 572, 826
-, Joan daughter of, 363
-, Joan granddaughter of see Hawberk
-, REYNOLD, of Rundale, knight, and Elizabeth his wife and Thomas his son, 51
-, Reynold [d.1446], 461, 648, 835
-, Eleanor wife of, 648
-, Reynold, Lord Cobham [1361–1403], 656, 723, 726
-, Elizabeth wife of, 723, 726

Cockerington, North or South, (Cokeryngton), Lincs, 732

Cockersand (Cokirsand), Lancs, abbot of, 994

Cockes (Cokes, Cokkys), John, 954
-, Richard, lord of East Chelwood, 960
-, Thomas, 777
-, William de, 425

Cockhill [in Berrynarbor], Devon, 271

Cockynge, Ralph, 675

Codford St. Mary or Codford, St. Peter (Codeford), Wilts, advowson, 877

Codford St. Peter, Wilts, Ashton Giffard in, q.v.

Coffleet (Cokflete) [in Brixton], Devon, 654

Cogan, William, 435
-, Elizabeth daughter of see Courtenay
-, Isabel wife of, afterwards Harington, q.v.
-, John son of, 435

Cogenhoe (Cogenho) [Northants], manor, 1011
-, lord of see Cheyne, John

Cogges, Oxon, 521

Coggeshale, Thomas, 640

Coggeshall, Great, (Coggeshale), Essex, inquisition at, 276

Coity (Coytyf), Glam, castle, manor and lordship, 989–90

Cok see Cook

Cokayn, John, 727, 886, 944
-, John, senior, 700, 704, 707
-, John, the uncle, 878, 881, 996

Coker, East, (Estcoker), Som, manor and advowson, 124

Cokerell, Nicholas, 640

Cokes see Cockes

COKESEY, WALTER, 175–80
-, Hugh son of, 175
-, Walter, knight, father of, 138
-, William, esquire, 282

Cokeswell, William, 894

Cokhull, Alice and Henry, 271

Cokke see Cook

Cokkeham, William, 125

Cokkys see Cockes

Colaton Raleigh, Devon, Stowford in, q.v.

Colchester (Colcestre, Colchestre), Essex, 276
-, abbot of St. John’s, 277
-, inquisition at, 306, 739
-, Lexden in, q.v.

Colchester (Colcestre), Essex, liberty, 276

Coldcotes [in Bentham], Yorks, 137

Coldmartin (Coldmarton) [in Chatton], Northumb, 938

Coldstrother [in Kirkheaton], Northumb, 938

Cole (Colle) [in Bruton], Som, 559, 714

Cole, John, 665

Colebatch (Colbache), Salop, 352

Coleridge (Colrigge) [in Egg Buckland], Devon, 223, 225

Coleridge (Colrigge), Devon, hundred, 654

Colerne, John, chaplain, 620

Colesbourne (Colesborne), Glos, 861

Coleshill (Coleshull, Colshull), Warw, 846
-, inquisitions at, 60, 261

Coleshill (Colshill, Colshull), John, and Emma his wife, 449
-, Master Richard, 900
-, Thomas, 894
-, Isabel daughter of see Crane
-, Lucy wife of, 894
-, Richard son of, 894
-, Thomas son of, 894

Coleson, William, 288

Colhous, John, 996

Colier, William, vicar of Milton next Sittingbourne, 893

Collaton (Coleton) [in Whitchurch], Devon, 452

Collaton St. Mary (Coleton Fysshacre) [in Paignton], Devon, 654

Collingham Hall (Colynghamhalle) in Cavendish, Suff, manor, 674

Collington (Colyngton), Heref, 49

Collingtree (Colyntrogh), Northants, 106, 110

Collyweston (Colynweston, Colyweston), Northants, 66
-, manor, 1042

Colman, John, clerk, 52

Colmer in North Huish, Devon see Coulemore

‘Colmshachevill’ [unidentified], Devon, manor, 125

Colnbrook (Colbrook) [in Langley Marish], Bucks, inquisition at, 247

Colne, Earls, Essex, manor, 1050

Colne Engaine (Colne Engayne), Essex, manor, 702

Colne, Wakes, (Colne Wake), Essex, 277
-, advowson, 622

Colom, Agnes and Roger, 524

Colpek, John, 482

Colpitts (Colpottes) [in Slaley], Northumb, 734

Colshill, Colshull see Coleshill

Colston [in Badingham], Suff, manor, 538

Colston (Colstan), Ralph, 387
-, Thomas, 527

Coltman, John, 781

Colton (Collton) [in Whitkirk], Yorks, 978

Columbers (Columbar, Columbarys, Colymbare), John de, 364
-, Matthew de, 648, 868
-, Philip, and Eleanor (Martyn) his wife, 436

Colway (Colewe) [in Lyme Regis], Dors, manor, 451

Colwelle, Richard, 785

Colymbare see Columbar

Colwyn (Colewent, Colwent), lordship, 429, 880

Colyford [in Colyton], Devon, 771

Colyn, Henry, 105
-, Richard, 450
-, William, 105

Colyngbourne, Richard, 417

Colynson, Adam, 387
-, John, 667, 994

Colyton, Devon, Colyford, Kingsdon and Yardbury in, q.v.

Combe, [unidentified], Devon, 392
-, manor, 223

Combe (Coumbe), Warw, abbot of, 287, 872

Combe, Castle, (Castelcombe), Wilts, manor, 417

Combe Martin (Combe Martyn), Devon, parson of see Camoys, Lewis de

Combe St. Nicholas, Som, Clayhanger in, q.v.

Combe (Comb), John, 789
-, Richard de, 868

Combeinteignhead, Devon, Rocombe, Higher or Lower and Middle in, q.v.

Combere, John, 344

Combermere, Ches, abbot of, 824

Comberton, Little, Worcs, manor, 952

Comberton, Robert, 578
-, William, brother of John Northampton, 577–8
-, John son of, 577–9
-, William son of, 577, 579
-, Agnes, Joan and Petronilla daughters of, 579

Comberworth, Robert, 418–9, 733

Combs (Combes), Suff, manor, 730

Combwich (Combewich) [in Otterhampton], Som, 450

Compton, Berks, 965
-, Ashden in, q.v.

Compton, Hants, Sparkford in, q.v.

Compton Bassett (Compton Basset), Wilts, 887

Compton Beauchamp, Berks, 290

Compton Chamberlayne (Compton Chamberleyn), Wilts, manor, 621

Compton, Long, Warw, manor, 29
-, Weston in, q.v.

Compton, Over, (Compton Hawe), Dors, parson of see Passeway, John

Compton Martin, Som, Morton in, q.v.

Comyn, John, and Joan (Nervyte) his wife, 339
-, Richard and William, 249

Congresbury, Som, manor, 865

Coningsby (Conyngesby, Cunyngsby), Lincs, 138, 665, 1038
-, inquisition at, 1038
-, proofs of age at, 665–6

Conington (Conyngton, Conyton), Hunts, inquisitions at, 535–7
-, Lady of see Wesenham, Agnes
-, manor, 485, 535

Cononley in Craven (Conondlay in Craven) [in Kildwick], Yorks, 94

Conyers, Robert, knight, 108, 387, 978

Cook (Cok, Cokke), John, 724, 884
-, Nicholas, 141
-, Richard, 524
-, William, 478

Cookham (Cokham), Berks, 580

Cooling (Coulyng), Kent, castle, manor and advowson, 365

Coombe (Combe) [in Chulmleigh], Devon, 426

Coombe Keynes (Combekaynes), Dors, manor, 370, 375

Cople (Compull), Beds, 314

Coppemanford, Simon de, 627

Coppingford (Capmanford, Coppemanford), Hunts, 627, 867

Copuldyk, John, escheator in Lincolnshire, 319
-, John, knight, 728, 730–1

Corbet, John, 897
-, John, of Stanford, and Robert his brother, 1001
-, Peter, of Caus, 1043
-, Robert, knight, 539, 652

Corbridge (Corbrigg, Corbryg, Corbrygge), Northumb, 534
-, inquisition at, 379
-, proofs of age at, 347, 1003
-, vicar of see Ormesby, Thomas
-, Clarewood, Halton and Whittington, Great, in, q.v.

Corby (Corby), Lincs, 70
-, inquisition at, 1035
-, manor, 1035
-, market, 158
-, proofs of age at, 158, 478

Corbyson, William, 846

Corfe Castle (Corf), Dors, 1025
-, castle and lordship, 773
-, Afflington and Arfleet Mill in, q.v.

Corfe Mullen (Corsumby), Dors, 868

Corfton (Corfsham) [in Diddlebury], Salop, manor, 248
-, lady of see Nevill, Ankaret

Corley, Warw, 287

Cornay, William, 387

Cornbury, Oxon, park, 891

Cornewaill (Cornewale, Cornewayle), Brian de, knight, 948
-, Henry de, 408
-, John, 1002
-, John, knight, 307, 354, 371–2, 376, 452
-, Elizabeth (Lancastre), formerly Holand, wife of, 354, 452
-, Richard, 426

Cornwall, duchy, 217, 295, 449, 653, 947
-, feodary of, 185

Cornwall, earl of see Henry V

Cornwell (Cornewelle), Oxon, 891

Corry see Cory

Corton (Corfton) [in Portisham], Dors, 649

Corton (Cortyngton) [in Boyton], Wilts, 652, 913

Corteney see Courtenay

Corvedale (Corfdale), Salop, 248

Corvyser, John, 789

Cory (Corry), Isabel, 387
-, William, 271

Cosford (Crosseford) [in Newbold on Avon], Warw, 872

Cosgrove, Northants, Stratford, Old, in, q.v.

Cosseham, John, 476

Cossington (Cosyngton), Som, 1028
-, manor, 101

Cote, John, 665

Coteler, Peter, 476

Cotes [in Prestwold], Leics, 313

Cotheridge (Codderugge), Worcs, 220

Cotleigh, Devon, Womberford in, q.v.

Cotom (Coton), Richard de, and Joan his wife, 387
-, Stephen de, 387

‘Cotsknoll’ [unidentified], Devon, 268

Cott (Cotes) [in Dulas or Eardisland], Heref, 249

Cottam (Cotum) [in Langtoft], Yorks, 107, 387

Cottesford, Stephen de, 446

Cottesloe (Coteslough), Bucks, hundred, 689

Cottesmore, Rut, 291
-, advowson, 291
-, Barrow and Wenton in, q.v.

Cottingham (Cotyngham), Yorks, 626
-, advowson, 626, 869
-, inquisitions at, 626, 638
-, manor, 24, 638; extents of, 638–9
-, places in (named), 638–9
-, Dunswell, Eppleworth, Firths, Haltemprice, Harland, Hull Bank, Linton on the Wharf, Loatleys, Newland, Newton, North House, Norwoods, Pratwoods and Southwood in, q.v.

Cotton, Suff, Campines, Champains and Gipswich in, q.v.

Cotton, Walter, 727

Cotton (Cotes) [unidentified], Northants, 874

Cotys, William, 897

Coucy, Ingram, Lord de Coucy, and Isabel his wife, 994

Coudray, William, 475

Coughton, Warw, Wike in, q.v.

Coulby (Colby) [in Stainton], Yorks, 978

‘Coulemore’ [unidentified], Colmer in North Huish?], Devon, 295

Counsal, John, 479

Countess Court (Contescourt) in Amesbury, Wilts, 652

Counthorpe (Counthorp) [in Castle Bytham], Lincs, manor, 1035

Countisbury (Countesbury) [in Lynton], Devon, manor, 449

Coupere, Richard, 784

‘Coupon Rebset’ [unidentified], Northumb, 534

COURTENAY (Corteney, Courteney), Edward, 1028
-, Edward, earl of Devon, 125, 147, 150, 217, 223, 268–9, 271, 295, 359, 390, 426–7, 436, 449, 452, 593, 654, 948, 964
-, Maud wife of, 449
-, Hugh, earl of Devon, 125
-, Hugh, knight, 435–6, 444, 924
-, ELIZABETH (Cogan), formerly Fitzwaryn, wife of, 435–6, 924
-, Hugh, of Baunton, knight, 217
-, Philippa (Lerchedekene) wife of, 217, 219, 223
-, John, and Joan his wife, 223
-, Peter, knight, 64, 435–6, 450, 957, 960
-, Margaret wife of, afterwards St. Lo, q.v.
-, PHILIP, knight, 123–5
-, Richard, clerk, son of, 123, 228, 295, 426, 948, 1029
-, William, bishop of Hereford, 125; archbishop of Canterbury, 344

Covehurst (Couherst) [in Fairlight], Sussex, 349

Coventry (Coventre), Warw, 670, 711
-, inquisitions at, 180, 312
-, parliament at, 768
-, prior of, 282
-, Cheylesmore and Radford in, q.v.

Coventry, Lichfield and Chester, bishops of see Burghill, John; Scrope, Richard le

Coverdine (Culverdene) [in Sandhurst], Glos, 949

Coverham, Yorks, abbey, advowson of, 137
-, manor, 137
-, Agglethorpe, Caldbergh and Melmerby in, q.v.

Covington (Covyngton), Hunts, manor, 1011

Cowarne (Cowerne), Heref, 49

Cowesfield (Coulesfeld, Coulesfeld Spilman) [in Whiteparish], Wilts, 681–2
-, manor, 502

Cowley (Coueley) [in Preston Bissett], Bucks, 1046–7, 1051

Cowton, North, (North Couton) in Gilling, Yorks, 613, 752

Coxwold, Yorks, Byland and Thornton in, q.v.

Craan see Crane

Craas, Walter, 207

Crabbe, John, 926

Cradley (Craddeleye, Cradeley) [in Halesowen], Worcs, 400
-, manor, 263–4

Cradok, John, chaplain, 780

Cramlyngton (Cramlynton), William, 897, 1005

Crandon (Grandon) [in Bawdrip], Som, manor, 878

CRANE (Craan), Hugh, 117
-, ISABEL (Coleshill), formerly Inkepenne, wife of, 117, 839–4, 894–5

Cranefen, James, 739

Cranleigh, Surrey, ‘Vacherie’ in, 30

Cranmore (Carnemore) in Market Deeping, Lincs, 637, 639, 766

Cranworth, Norf, 898
-, church, 898

Cratfield (Cratfeld), Suff, 310
-, Stow Park in, q.v.

Crathorn, Thomas, 973

Crathorne, Yorks, 973, 978

Craucestr see Crawcestre

Crauford, John, 339

Cravyswyk, Peter, and Henry his brother, 188

Crawcestre (Craucestr), Richard, 347, 901, 1003, 1005

Crawley, Hants, Hunton in, q.v.

Crawley (Craule), Sussex, rector of see Marys, John

Crawley, North, (Firmynscrowle), Bucks, 385

Cray, St. Mary, (Seint Mary Craye) [in Orpington], Kent, 232

Cray, St. Pauls, (Paulynescreye), Kent, inquisition at, 127
-, manor, 127

Creck, Edward, 479

Credenhill (Credenhull), Heref, manor, 819

Crediton (Crideton, Crydyton), Devon, 436, 449

Creedy Bridge (Crydebrygg) [in Crediton], Devon, manor, 436

Creegbrawse (Crukbargeys) [in Kenwyn], Corn, 447

Creeksea (Crixhethe), Essex, manor, 276

Creket see Cryket

Crekkelade, Robert, and Joan his wife, 620

Crepe in Merriott, Som, 450, 1024

Cresselode, Adam, clerk, 737

CRESSENER, ROBERT, and William his son, 841–3

Cressewyk, William, 578

Cressich alias Benteley, William, and John his son, 881

Cressingham, Little, (Little Cressyngham), Norf, manor, 278

CRESSY, HUGH son of John de, 418–20, 733
-, Elizabeth sister of see Markham
-, Katherine sister of see Clifton
-, JOHN, 106, 370–4, 375–8
-, JOHN, knight, son of, 375–8, 733
-, Thomas son of, 370–3, 375

Creswell (Cressewell, Greswell), Derb, manor, 69
-, parson of see Neve, Thomas

Crewkerne (Crukern, Crukerne), Som, 1028
-, inquisitions at, 50, 207, 435, 1028

Crichel, Little, (Lytyllkirchyll) [in More Crichel], Dors, manor, 698

Crichel, Long, (Curchell), Dors, manor, 884

Crick (Creek), Northants, inquisition at, 798
-, manor, 798–9

Cricket St. Thomas (Criket Thomas), Som, manor, 960

Cricklade, Wilts, Calcutt and Chelworth in, q.v.

Crift (Croft) [in St. Ive], Corn, 218, 225

Crocke see Crook

Crockernwell [in Cheriton Bishop], Devon, 271, 789

Crockway (Crokweye) [in Maiden Newton], Dors, 958–9

Croft, Yorks, Halnaby in, q.v.

Croft, John de, 446, 752
-, Agnes (Lowys) mother of, 752

Crofton [in Thursby], Cumb, 240

Crofton [in Great Bedwyn], Wilts, manor, 430, 480

Croke see Crook

Crokeshams (Crokeshames) [in Huntspill], Som, 441, 1056

Cromwell, Notts, Ralph parson of, 543

Cromwell, Maud, 732
-, Ralph, knight, 665, 830

Crook (Cruke) [in Kendal], Westm, 446, 667

Crook (Crocke, Croke), John, 430, 433
-, Robert, 987
-, Roger, 188

Crookdake (Crukehayk) [in Bromfield], Cumb, 240

Crookham (Crokham), Berks, 472
-, manor, 646

Croome, Earl’s, (Crombe, Symondescombe), Worcs, 401
-, manor, 282

Croome, Hill, (Hylle Crombe), Worcs, manor, 892

Cropredy, Oxon, Wardington in, q.v.

Crosby Ravensworth (Crosbyraveneswath), Westm, manor, 511

Crosthwaite (Crosthwait), Westm, Hubbersty Head in, q.v.

Crouche, Nicholas, 774

CROUCHEMAN, WILLIAM, 742
-, Mary daughter of see Wynselowe
-, William son of, 742

Crouchere, Stephen, fuller, and Stephen his son, 350

Crowland (Crowlond), Lincs, abbot of, 577

Crowle (Croule), Worcs, 220, 282

Croxton, Lincs, manor, 705
-, St. John’s church, 410
-, parson of see Croxton, John

Croxton, John, parson of Croxton, 410

Croydon (Crauden), Cambs, manor, 469

Croydon, Surrey, 344, 710
-, inquisition at, 710

Croys, Thomas de la, 945

Crukern (Crukerne), John, 449
-, John, of Childhay, 1028–9
-, Christina wife of, afterwards Clopton, q.v.
-, John son of, 1026, 1029

Crull, John, 706

Crundale (Crundell), Kent, 774

Cryket (Creket), William, 640, 737

Cryketot, George and Robert, 249

Cryoll (Kiryell, Kyriell), Alice (Buttetourt), 261
-, Joan daughter of see Wykes
-, Nicholas de, and Margery his wife, 242–4
-, William, 461

Cryshull, John, of Aldworth, 965

Crysselow (Crysselowe), Adam, clerk, 640, 642

Cuckfield (Cokefeud), Sussex, 425

Cullompton (Colmpton), Devon, inquisition at, 964
-, Bulealler, Halsewood, Langford, Shuffhayes, Shutelake and Westcott in, q.v.

Cumnor, Berks, Bradley in, q.v.

Cundy, Constance, 168, 939
-, Joan daughter of see Mayhew
-, Margaret daughter of see London
-, John, 168, 939
-, Agnes daughter of see Isaak
-, Alice daughter of see Whatyndene
-, Margery daughter of see Makenade
-, William son of, 168, 939

Cunswick (Cunneswyk) [in Kendal], Westm, 446

Curry Mallet (Corymalet), Som, manor, 960

Curry, North, Som, Lillesdon in, q.v.

Curry Rivel (Cory Ryvell), Som, manor, 772
-, Wick in, q.v.

CURSON, JOHN, 6, 157
-, John son of, 6

Curteys, Reynold, esquire, 765

Cusse, William, 271

Custance, John, 926

Cuttyng, Thomas, 660

Cuxton (Cokeliston), Kent, 365

CYFREWAST, John, knight, 89–90
-, KATHERINE wife of, 89–90
-, John son of, 89–90

Cyrkeby see Kirkeby