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Index of Entries: C

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Petitions to the Pope 1342-1419. Originally published by Eyre and Spottiswoode, London, 1896.

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Caben, Gilbert, archdeacon of Whiteherne, 606.

Cabrespino, John de, 439.

Cadbury, North, Cadebury, North Cadereby [co. Somerset], 65, 363.

Cadder, Cader [co. Lanark], 539.

-, -, prebend of Glasgow, 201.

Cader, John de, 589.

Cadingdon, William, 430.

Cadiou, John de, 86.

Cadros. See Cardross.

Cady, Richard, 594, 597, 606.

Caen [Normandy], monastery of St. Stephen, 26.

Caerwent, Kaerwent [co. Monmouth], 129.

Caicaia, abbot and convent of, 297.

Caire [co. Glamorgan], prebend of Llandaff, 229.

Caistor, Castre [co. Lincoln], prebend of Lincoln, 49, 535.

Caithness, archdeacons of. See Tod; Fores; Loncford; Forester; Barberii; Grenlaw.

-, bishop of. See Fyngaske; St. Edmunds; Man

-, bishop, dean, and chapter of, 621.

-, canons of, 33, 68, 92, 158, 175, 289, 507, 527, 528, 543, 545, 562, 580, 582, 587, 591, 605.

-, chancellor of. See Wasil; Wyse.

-, dean of. See Fores.

-, earl of. See Steward.

-, hospital of, 326.

-, prebend of, 572.

Calabre, William de, secretary of David II., and Margaret, queen of Scotland, 480, 553, 582, 583, 587.

Calais, Caleys [France], 257, 351, 360, 474, 506.

-, captain of. See Chevereston.

-, treasurer of. See Brantingham.

Calas. See Collace.

Calbanston. See Covington.

Calbourne, Caulbourne [co. Hants], 57.

Calce, Hugh de, chancellor of St Patrick's, Dublin, 13, 259.

-, Robert de, 4.

Caldbeck, Caldebek [co. Cumberland], 399, 413.

Caldecote, Richard de, 139.

Calder, Caldore [co. Edinburgh], 574.

-, West, Caldorcomitis [co. Edinburgh], 580, 638, 639.

Caldewe, Caldeu, John de, 21, 30.

Caldewell, Robert de, 482.

Caldewelle, Robert, dean of Tettenhall, 377.

Caldor, Martin de, chancellor of Ross, 561.

Caldore. See Calder.

Caldwell [co. Bedford], prior and convent of, 450.

Calesio, cardinal de. See Innocent VI.

Calf, Richard, prior and bishop of Down, 254.

Califordia, Roger de. See Culford.

Calkewelle, Peter, 512.

Callan [co. Kilkenny], 363.

Calne [co. Wilts]; prebend of Salisbury, 290.

Caltoft, Richard, 36.

Calton, Nicholas de, 491.

Calverton, Calveton [co. Notts], 137.

Calvomonte, Forcenarius (Fortanerius) de, prior of St. Radegund's, Poitiers, 530.

Caly, William of Asschele, 493.

Cambell, Duncan, knt. 27.

-, Muriel, 27.

-, Nigel Colini, archdeacon of Argyle, 576, 633.

Cambok, Lambok, John, 440, 466.

Camborne, Cambron [co. Cornwall], 60.

Cambray [Flanders], abbot and convent of St. Sepulchre's, 198.

-, bishop of. See Clermont.

-, canon of, 74.

-, dean of. See Maulion.

Cambridge, 497.

-, St. Botulph's, 408.

-, St. John's, 406.

-, students at, 32, 211, 212, 444.

-, university of, 508, 504.

-, -, chancellor of the. See Harouden; Causton; Sutton; Thinchull.

-, -, proctors of. See Chaterys; Pyemur.

-, -, roll of the, 404408, 411, 415, 416, 435437, 441, 442, 469, 507, 512, 519, 520.

-, Clare Hall, 473, 474.

-, -, warden of. See Chaterys.

-, King's Hall, 281.

-, Pembroke College or Hall, Valence Mary Hall, 155, 410, 533.

-, Peterhouse, St. Peter's House, 232.

-, -, master of. See Witleseye.

-, Trinity Hall, Trinity College, warden and fellows of, 533.

-, Valence Mary Hall. See Pembroke College.

-, earl of. See Edmund.

Cambuskenneth [co. Clackmannan], abbot and convent of, 475, 539, 542, 543.

Cambuslang [co. Lanark], 567, 568.

Camel, West, West Camil [co. Somerset], 220, 246.

Camelarton. See Camerton.

Camelton, Thomas, 41.

Camera, David de, 618.

-, Gilbert de, 557.

-, Henry de, 628.

-, Robert de, 580.

-, Thomas de, 580.

-, William de, 601, 628.

-, William de, ambassador of Robert III., 580.

-, William, brother of William de, archdeacon of Moray, 580, 598, 637, 638.

-, William de, the elder, 550.

Camerton, Camelarton [co. Somerset], 109, 146, 184.

Camil. See Cammel.

Camis, Adam de, 549.

Cammel, Camil, Camivel, William de, 165, 222, 228.

Camoys, Hugh de, knt., 273.

Campbelltown, Kilkerran, Kikerand [co. Argyle], 635.

Campeden, Walter de, 337.

Campeten, Henry de. See Caumpeden.

Campo Veteri, Peter de, 6.

Campsall, Campsale [co. York, W.R.], 485.

Campsey [co. Suffolk], canonesses of, 488.

Cance, John, 97.

Candiche, Thomas de, 139.

Caninton. See Caunton.

Canley, Robert de, 127, 129.

Cannok. See Cumnock.

Canons-Ashby, Assehebiri, Aschebi [co. Northampton], priory of, 33, 418.

Canoun, John, 97.

Cantalauda, Gerald de, 111.

Cantebriggia, Ralph de, 412.

Cantebrugg, Alexander de, 160.

Canterbury, archbishops of. See Stratford; Ufford; Islep.

-, archbishop of, 37, 38, 40, 55, 63, 103, 130, 146, 154, 172, 179, 213, 252, 259, 260, 277, 303, 331, 373, 390, 392, 393, 404, 414, 462, 466, 504, 512.

-, archbishop and clergy of, 84.

-, archbishop, prior, and chapter of, 222, 260, 269, 349, 388, 420, 447, 491, 509, 526, 540, 544.

-, archdeacon of, 130.

-, -, See Sistre, Bernard de.

-, bailiffs and citizens of, 34.

-, chancellor of the archbishop of. See Chaddesden.

-, court of, 35, 142, 383.

-, official of the court of. See Islep; Yonge.

-, precentorship of, 84.

-, Christ Church, prior and chapter of, 106, 137, 392, 408, 502.

-, St. Augustine's, abbot and convent of, 148, 193, 335, 393, 405, 441, 489.

-, -, abbot of. See Devenish; Kenington; Colwell.

-, -, church of, 281.

-, -, monk of, 110, 139.

-, St. John's, 402.

-, St. Thomas' Hospital, Eastbridge, 351.

Canteton, Camiteton. See Caunton.

Cantilupo, Nicholas de, baron, 14.

-, -, Joan his wife. See Kyma.

Canton. See Caunton.

Cantor, Robert, 563.

Cantoris, Robert, 613.

Cantuaria, Tristrand de, 34.

Cantuell, William, 511.

Canville, Thomas, 419.

Capach. See Caputh.

Capel, Capell [co. Suffolk], 405.

Capucio, Nicholas de. See Cardinals (Tusculum).

Caputh, Capach [co. Perth], prebend of Dunkeld, 584.

Carale, John de, 580.

Carall, John de, 546.

Caramul. See Kirkinner.

Carbery, John, 624.

Carbonell, Thomas, 295.

Carcassonne [Languedoc], bishop of. See Cardinals (St. Mary in Aquiro).

Car-Colston, Kercolston [co. Notts], 463.

Cardica [Greece], Benedict, bishop of, 80.

Cardilaco, Bertrand de, bishop of Montauban, 307, 327.

Cardinal-bishops of Albano, Gaucelin de Eause, 38, 115, 137, 138, 140, 142.

-, -, -, Talleyrand de Prigord, translated from St. Peter ad Vincula, archdeacon of Suffolk, dean of York, 11, 75, 207, 208, 249, 265, 303, 327, 329, 535.

-, -, -, Peter Itherii, of Perigueux, translated from Quatuor SS. Coronati, bishop of Dax, archdeacon of Exeter, treasurer of Wells, 805, 321, 323, 336, 376, 377, 382, 481, 510, 540.

-, -, -, Anglicus Grimoard, dean of York, translated from St. Peter in Vinculis, 535, 540, 573.

-, -, of Ostia, Peter Bertrand de Colombier, prior of Lucenay, 290, 291, 396.

-, -, of Palestrina, Peter des Prs, vice-chancellor, archdeacon of York, 7, 43, 63, 290, 291, 321, 376.

-, -, -, Simon de Langham, formerly abbot of Westminster, bishop of Ely, cardinal priest of St. Praxed's, treasurer and chancellor of England, 171, 387, 411, 422, 460, 473, 544.

-, -, -, Guy de Maillesec, translated from St. Cross in Jerusalem, called of Poitou, 550, 607.

-, -, of Porto, John Raymond de Comminges, archdeacon of Richmond and Northampton, 12, 17, 151, 153.

-, -, -, Guy de Boulogne, 290, 291, 471, 534.

-, -, of Sabina, Peter Gomez, archdeacon of Huntingdon and Chester, 17, 140.

-, -, -, Bertrand d'Eux, 196.

-, -, -, John Flandrini, archbishop of Auch, 607.

-, -, of Tusculum, Annibale de Ceccano, archdeacon of Buckingham and Nottingham, treasurer of York, precentor of Lichfield, archbishop of Naples, 11, 46, 101, 122, 141, 145, 159, 162, 188, 201, 206, 208210, 229, 257, 293, 296.

-, -, -, William de Court, archdeacon of Wells, 237, 257, 301, 309, 321, 326, 360, 376.

-, -, -, Nicholas de Capucio, bishop of Urgel, cardinal-priest of St. Vitalis, papal nuncio, 226, 308, 310, 312, 316, 344, 358, 441, 466, 475.

-, -, -, John de la Grange, late cardinal priest of St. Marcellus, bishop of Amiens, 555.

Cardinal-priests of Quatuor SS. Coronati, Peter Itherii of Perigueux. See Cardinals (Albano).

-, -, of St. Anastasia's, Aymer Robert, archdeacon of the East Riding, 94, 116, 239.

-, -, -, Peter de Monturc, bishop of Pampeluna, vice-chancellor, 382, 393, 534, 543.

-, -, of St. Cross in Jerusalem, Raymund de Canilliac, 290, 291.

-, -, -, Guy de Maillesec, called of Poitiers. See Cardinals (Palestrina).

-, -, of SS. John and Paul, Stephen Aubert. See Innocent VI.

-, -, -, -, Audoin Aubert, bishop of Maguelone, 290, 291, 296, 309.

-, -, of St. Laurence's in Damaso, Hugh Roger, 199, 215, 371.

-, -, of St. Marcellus, Andruyn de la Roche, abbot of Cluny, 321, 356, 376, 380, 478.

-, -, SS.Marcellinus and Peter, William Farinier of Gourdon, archdeacon of Exeter, provost of Chichester, 321, 376.

-, -, of St. Mark's, Francis de Aptis, bishop of Florence, treasurer of Salisbury, 321, 376.

-, -, -, John de Blanzac, bishop of Nmes, treasurer of Salisbury, 321, 376, 385, 470, 509.

-, -, of St. Martin's, Peter de la Fort, 294.

-, -, of St. Martin's in Montibus, Giles Ecelin de Montaigu, bishop of Terouanne, 413.

-, -, -, Vitalis du Four, 419.

-, -, -, -, (?), Fortanerius Vassal, archbishop of Grado, archdeacon of Huntingdon, 378.

-, -, of St. Peter's ad Vincula, Talleyrand de Prigord. See Cardinals (Albano).

-, -, -, -, Anglicus Grimoard. See Cardinals (Albano).

-, -, of St. Sabina's, Gerald or Gerard Domar, 25, 31, 38, 43, 47, 59.

-, -, of St. Sixtus, Arnald Ponce de Villemur, 260.

-, -, Thomas Joyce, Jorcii, 234.

-, -, of St. Vitalis, Nicholas de Capucio, papal nuncio. See Cardinals (Tusculum).

-, -, of the Twelve Apostles, Peter de la Fort, archbishop of Rouen, treasurer of London, archdeacon of Middlesex, 308, 310, 313, 319, 321, 371, 376.

-, -, -, -, Bernard de Bosqueto, archbishop of Naples, papal auditor, 537.

-, -, (title unknown), Walter de Wardlaw, Wardelaw, archdeacon of Dunkeld, Lothian and Argyle, bishop of Glasgow, called cardinal of Scotland, 175, 325, 339, 588, 539, 545, 547, 548, 550, 565, 567, 568, 570, 572, 573, 577, 584, 585, 588, 626, 631.

Cardinal-deacons of St. Adrian's, Raynald Orsini, archdeacon of Leicester, dean and treasurer of Salisbury, 106, 107, 128, 301, 330, 347, 387.

-, -, of St. Angelo, John Colonna, 6, 135.

-, -, of St. Eustace's, Bernard (Bertrand) de la Tour d'Auvergne, 238, 382.

-, -, of St. George's in Velabro, James Gaetani, 2.

-, -, of St. George's, 607.

-, -, of St. Lucy's in Silice, Galhard de Mota, archdeacon of Oxford and Ely, treasurer of Salisbury, 17, 130, 131, 140, 158, 159, 174, 290, 291, 293.

-, -, of New St. Mary's, Raymund de Fargis, dean of Salisbury, archdeacon of Leicester, 6, 17, 31, 87, 90, 103, 107, 108, 111, 121, 446.

-, -, -, Peter Roger. See Gregory XI.

-, -, of St. Mary's in Aquiro, Betrand de Montefaventio, 28.

-, -, -, -, Stephen Aubert, bishop of Carcassonne, archdeacon of York and Wells, 321, 376, 534.

-, -, of St. Mary's in Cosmedin, William Judicis, 138.

-, -, of St. Mary's in via Lata, Luke de Fieschi, Flisco, 20.

-, -, -, -, Nicholas de Bessia, called de Bellefaye, archdeacon of Ponthieu, bishop elect of Limoges, 56, 289, 393, 534.

-, -, -, in Porticu, Hugh de Sancto Martiali, archdeacon of Middlesex, 38, 321, 376, 393, 474.

-, -, of St. Theodore's, John Gaetani, 20.

Cardross, Cadros [co. Dumbarton], prebend of Glasgow, 583.

Cardum, Robert de, 553.

Carele. See Crail.

Careles, William, knt., 246.

Carelle, John de, dean of Brechin, 227.

Careston, Carynston [co. Forfar], 576.

Carewe, Carreu, John, 323, 360, 364, 380.

Carham-upon-Tweed [co. Northumberland], priory of, 337.

Cariloco, John de, prior of Lewes, sub collector, 536.

Carlek, Carnelek, John, 432, 487.

Carles, Adam de, 369.

-, Hugh, 315, 357, 389, 410, 481, 482.

-, Walter, 170.

-, William, 204.

Carleton-by-Thresk, John de, 427.

Carleton, Adam de, archdeacon of Cornwall, 11, 46, 136.

-, John de, 405, 416, 455, 456.

-, -, secretary of John de Gynewell, 134, 163.

-, Carlton, John de, chancellor and dean of Wells, the king's ambassador, 131, 135, 137, 440, 157, 163, 166, 197, 395.

-, Richard de, 165.

-, William de, 76.

Carlisle, bishop of, 136, 299, 333, 402, 419, 427, 517.

-, bishops of. See Kirkcby; Welton; Appelby.

-, bishop, prior and chapter of, 449, 450, 521.

-, canon of, 396, 438, 509.

-, dean (sic) and chapter of, 516.

-, prior of. See Horncastell.

-, John de. See Bridekirk.

Carlton, Carleton, diocese of Lincoln, 524.

-, with Thurlby [co. Lincoln], prebend of Lincoln, 226, 307, 327.

Carmarthen, Kemerdin, archdeacons of. See Caunton; Martin; Howell.

Carmunnock, Cormanok [co. Lanark], 589.

Carnarvon, Karnarvan, 292.

Carnelek. See Carlek.

Carneys, William, bishop of Ferns, 328.

Carnisinule, diocesse of Glasgow, 606.

Carny, William de, 591.

Carny. See Comrie.

Caroloco, Wiener (Gychardus) de, prior of Wenlock, 76.

Caron, Alexander de, 389.

Caron, Carona, John de, 389, 548, 551, 552.

Carpentarh, William, of Holthorp, 488.

Carpentarii, John, 120.

Carpenter, John, of Banbury, 87.

Carreu, Carrewe, John de. See Carewe.

Carrewerio, Walter de, 589, 593.

Carrick, earl of. See David.

-, Gilbert de, 584.

-, Carric, Carrik, John de, archdeacon of Sodor, 602, 605, 606.

Carriden, Kerynton [co. Linlithgow], 506.

Carrik. See Carrick.

Carrok, Karok, Sarrok, John, 449, 469, 480, 481.

Carru, Walter, 39, 112.

Carruthers, Carruthoris, David de, 623, 632.

-, John de, 595, 623, 630, 638.

Carryk, John de, 623, 624.

Carso, William de, 202.

Carstairs, Castirtarris, Casteltarrs [co. Lanark], 570.

-, prebend of Glasgow, 548, 596, 640.

Carswille. See Kerswell.

Cartar, Michael, 620.

Carting. See Charing.

Cartouky. See Cortachy.

Cary, Thomas de, 135.

Carynston. See Careston.

Cashel, archbishop of, 449, 481.

-, archbishops of. See O'Grada; Kelly; Roche; O'Carroll.

-, archdeacons of. See O'Carrol; Aston; Ograda; Omolcorkra.

-, canons of, 15, 23, 119, 302, 342, 530.

-, dean of, 511.

Casse, John, 128.

Cassino, Raymond, bishop of, 109.

Castel, William, 254, 262.

Casteltarris, Alexander de, 613.

Castellanus, John, prior of St. Giles, 347.

Casteltarrs. See Carstairs.

Casterton [co. Rutland], 340, 353.

Castile, nuncio to. See Lenne.

Castle-Acre [co. Norfolk], prior and convent of, 38, 46, 297, 405, 416, 426, 512.

-, prior of. See Warenne.

Castle-Ashby, Assheby, David [co. Northampton], 381.

-, lord of. See Pole.

Castleford [co. York, W.R.], 192, 224, 288.

Castle Knock, Castle Kanok [co. Dublin], prebend of St. Patrick's, Dublin, 412.

Castre. See Caistor.

Castri Cubii. See Holyhead.

Castro-bernardi, John de, 414.

Castro, Alice de, 85.

-, John de, alias Galoun, 515.

-, Peter de, alias de Galoun, 434, 520.

Castro Godrici, Thomas de, 162.

Caterlyn. See Catterline.

Catesden. See Gaddesden.

Cathay. See Inniscattery.

Catterline, Caterlyn [co. Kincardine], 632.

Catton, diocese of York, 293.

Caulasone, Bernard de, papal auditor, 216.

Caumpeden, Henry de, 56, 78.

Caunton, Canteton, Camiteton, Caninton, Cavirton, Cauton, Griffin de, archdeacon of Carmarthen, 300, 302.

-, John de, 290, 343.

-, Philip de, 154, 164, 279.

-, Richard de, 343, 464, 467.

Causton, Michael de, chancellor of the university of Cambridge, 404, 408.

-, Michael de, B.A., 408, 415, 416.

Cauton. See Caunton.

Cavaillon, 34.

Cavan, Cawan, Gilbert, 561, 563, 618.

Cave, South [co. York, E.R.], prebend of York, 535.

Cave, Richard, or de Fores, 434, 511, 512.

Cavers [co. Roxburgh], 573, 584.

Cavers, Robert de, 593.

Cavirton. See Caunton.

Cawan. See Cavan.

Cayley, Walter, knt., 156.

-, -, Matilda his wife, 156.

Cayre, Gilbert, 567, 568.

Ceccano, Annibale de. See Cardinals (Tusculum.)

Cedeford. See Bedford.

Cedelitz, Bernard de, knt., 479.

Celario, William de, 291.

Cenarth, Kenneyth Mann [co. Carmarthen], 305.

Cergeto, Oliver de, papal auditor, 125.

Cerne, Scerne [co. Dorset], abbot and convent of, 61, 338, 429, 431.

Cestria, Thomas Henrici de, or Thomas Henry of Chester, 77, 83, 249, 356, 451.

Ceys. See Seys.

Chaddesden, Chadesdent, Henry de, archdeacon of Stow and Leicester, 38, 133, 190, 219, 232, 263, 270, 275.

-, Nicholas, chancellor of the archbishop of Canterbury, 383, 470.

Chaddesley Corbett, Chaddelegh Corbet [co. Worcester], 457, 494.

Chaddesleye, Richard de, 88.

Chadeslay, John, 96.

Chainel. See Charnell.

Chalcombe, Chaucumbe [co. Northampton], prior and convent of, 42.

Chaleton. See Charleton.

Chalghton. See Chalton.

Chalk [co. Wilts], prebend of Wilton, 146.

Chalton, Chalghton [co. Hants], 330.

Chalvecumbe, John de, 97.

Chalveston, John de, 54, 101.

Chamberleyn, Richard, knt., 32.

Chambre, Stephen de la, 500.

-, Thomas de la, 133.

-, William de la, 292.

Chandos, John, knt., viscount of St. Sauveur, lieutenant in Aquitaine, constable of Aquitaine, 167, 444, 464, 522, 524527, 530, 536.

Changrue, Bertrand de, 279.

Chaparal, Andrew, 559.

Chapel Seir. See Lincoln.

Chard, Thomas, 432.

Charing, Carting, Cherrins, Cherring [co. Kent], 271, 283, 470.

Charlbury, Charlebury, Cherlobury [co. Oxon], 368, 478, 483.

Charles V. king of France, 508, 545, 560.

-, VI. king of France, 580.

-, II. king of Navarre, 480.

Charleton, Chaleton, Griffin son of John de, 281, 318, 367.

-, Humphrey, son of John de, 231, 280.

-, John de, baron, the king's chamberlain, 280, 281, 355.

-, Lewis son of John de, bishop of Hereford, 280, 315, 317, 322, 353, 365, 377, 419.

-, William son of John de, 280, 315, 322, 357, 377.

Charlton [co. Oxford], 9.

Charlton, John de, 487.

-, Thomas, bishop of Hereford, 16, 68.

Charnell, Chainel, William, bishop of Ferns, 231.

Charnes, Chaures, John, 209, 251, 309, 330.

Charnoles, Chatreles, John de, 5, 122.

Chart, Great [co. Kent], 180.

Chartham, Chertham [co. Kent], 131, 140, 158, 308, 320, 330, 373.

Chartres, canon of, 45.

Charves, Thomas, 160.

Chasteler, Mary, 531.

Chastelun, John, 74.

Chaterys, John de, warden of Clare Hall, Cambridge, 405, 436, 529.

Chatham, Chetham [co. Kent], 232.

Chatreles. See Charnoles.

Chatton, Walter de, Friar Minor, 48.

Chaucumbe. See Chalcombe.

Chaue. See Chave.

Chaumberleyn, John the younger, knt., 171.

Chave, Chaue, Deodatus, 296, 507.

Chavres. See Charnes.

Cheam, Cheyham [co. Surrey], 305.

Chedelington. See Chelington.

Chedeseye, Cheddeseye, Eustace de, 150, 390, 515.

Chelaston, William de, 301, 303.

Chelington, Chedelington, Nicholas de, chancellor and precentor of Dublin, 411, 412, 413.

Chelle, John de, 95, 97, 173.

Chelleseye, Margaret de, 499.

Chelmsford [co. Essex], free chapel of, 443.

Chelton, John de, of Defford, 456.

Chelwalle, Vivian de, 41.

Chepman, David, 488.

Cherdestoke, Edward de, 307, 327, 514.

Cheriton Fitzpaine, Ohuriton Fypane [co. Devon], 334.

Cherleton, Cherlton. See Charlton.

Chernebury, Thomas de, 92, 435, 487.

Cherneyre, William, 55.

Cherring, Cherrins. See Charing.

Cherry-Burton, Burton, North Burton [co. York, E.R.], 168, 197, 230.

Cherry-Hinton, Hinton [co. Cambridge], 232.

Chertham. See Chartham.

Chertsai, Benedict de, monk of Westminster, 171.

Cheshelm, Chesholme, Richard de, 421, 442.

-, William de, treasurer of Moray, 325, 359, 360, 368, 580, 582.

Cheshunt, Cheston [co. Herts], 219.

Chester, 430.

-, Holy Trinity, 74.

-, St. John's, canons of, 277, 312, 333, 341, 344, 345, 357, 363, 448, 454, 455.

-, -, deans of. See Birmingham; Marisco; Trekingham; Dalby.

-, St. Werburgh's, abbots of. See Bebington; Seynesburi; Newport.

-, -, abbot and convent of, 54, 78, 82, 91, 134, 135, 141, 149, 154, 157, 274, 275, 282, 354, 355, 403, 423, 433, 447.

-, chapel of St. Nicholas in St. Werburgh's, 134, 135.

-, St. Oswald, or St. Werburgh, parish church of, 82, 91, 134, 135.

-, archdeacons of. See Cardinals (Sabina); Navesby.

-, chamberlain of. See Bramham.

-, earl of. See Edward, prince of Wales.

Chester, Thomas Henry of. See Cestria.

Chester-le-Street [co. Durham], canon of, 210, 282, 299, 436, 524.

-, -, dean of. See Sculthorp.

-, -, prebend of, 343.

Chesterfeld, John, 179, 466.

Chesterfield, Richard de, 363, 420.

-, Roger de, 254, 514.

Chesterford, Little [co. Essex], 408.

Chesterton [co. Oxon], 385, 391, 423, 462, 475.

-, Chestirton [co. Warwick], 139.

Chesterton, William, of Neuton, 301.

-, Chesterdon, William de, 209, 211, 397.

Cheston. See Cheshunt.

Cheston, William de, 239, 249.

Chestrefeld, John de. See Chesterfeld.

Cheswyk. See Chiswick.

Chetham. See Chatham.

Cheveley, Chevele, Chivele [co. Cambridge], 37, 381, 474.

Chevereston, John de, knt. and baron, captain of Calais, seneschal of Aquitaine, 135, 389, 425.

Chew, Chyw [co. Somerset], 86, 104.

Cheyham. See Cheam.

Cheyne, John, 535, 536.

-, Thomas, 254.

Cheyney, Cleyney, John, 466, 533.

Chichester [co. Sussex], archdeacons of. See Houton; Sculthorp.

-, bishops of. See Stratford; Lenne.

-, bishop and chapter of, 29.

-, bishop, dean and chapter of, 448.

-, canons of, 3, 8, 13, 29, 56, 58, 65, 70, 74, 87, 99, 105, 130, 131, 140, 143, 149, 155, 158160, 165, 167, 170, 180, 181, 186, 191, 193, 195, 196, 208, 215, 221, 225, 230, 234, 242, 245248, 250, 252, 255, 258, 267, 274, 279, 280, 282, 283, 285, 286, 288, 296, 299, 302, 317, 318, 320, 321, 323, 335, 337, 343, 345, 349, 353, 355, 360, 363, 365, 368, 370, 371, 374, 376, 377, 380, 381, 391, 392, 394, 396, 397, 399, 401, 403405, 415, 436, 452, 454, 460, 474, 477, 481, 515, 544.

-, chapel of St. Faith, in the cemetery of the cathedral of, 485.

-, church of, 285.

-, dean of. See Loughburgh; Thursteyn; Lenne; Churchill; Aston.

-, dean of, 279.

-, dean and chapter of, 46.

-, prebends of, 19, 87, 130, 159, 163, 170, 255, 282, 318, 378, 515.

-, precentors of. See Cardinals (St. Lucy's in Silice); Clavile.

-, provost of. See Cardinals (Quatuor SS. Coronati; SS. Marcellus and Peter).

-, treasurer of. See Arundel; Ketelbiri; Gest; Loughborough.

Chidenton, John de, 129.

Chidiok, John, knt., 22.

Chikewell, Robert de, 86, 44, 93, 99.

Chilbolton [co. Hants], 331.

Child, Childe, Nicholas, 619, 632, 637.

Childerle Parva, Walter de, 418.

Child's Ercall, Erklawe; Ercalewe Parva [co. Salop], 218, 313, 316, 343, 358.

Chilmark [co. Wilts.], 426, 514, 530.

Chilmelegh. See Chulmleigh.

Chiltenham, Walter de, 481.

Chilton [co. Somerset], 136.

Chilton, William, 560.

Chingford, Chingelforde [co. Essex], 179, 188.

Chinham, Chynham, Edward (Edmund), 117, 170, 216.

Chinner, Simon de, 280.

Chinnock, Middle, Chinockbelli [co. Somerset], 431.

Chisenhale, John de, 293.

Chishall, Chishull, Little [co. Essex], 408.

Chiston, Thomas de, 62.

Chiswick, Cheswyk [co. Middlesex], prebend of St. Paul's, London, 313, 349.

Chiteling, John, 57.

Chiteris, Thomas, 106.

Chivele. See Cheveley.

Cholmeleigh. See Chulmleigh.

Chore. See Middleton.

Chorii, Ralph, 41.

Chou, Thomas of Wetewang, 408.

Chude, Richard, 303.

Chulmleigh, Chilmelegh [co. Devon], canons of, 110, 114, 170, 258, 374, 455.

Chunnoslend. See Stoke Climsland.

Churche, Robert atte, chaplain of queen Isabella, 98.

Churchehaye, Thomas, 55.

Churchill, William de, dean of Chichester, 320, 373, 382.

Churchstow [co. Devon], 403.

Chute [co. Wilts], prebendal church of, 17.

Chyen, Eleanor de, 157.

Chynham. See Chinhum.

Chyntyngh, William de, 168.

Chyw. See Chew.

Cibesay. See Sibsey.

Cicill, Cissill, Thomas, of Howden, 315, 351, 352.

Cirencester [co. Gloucester], abbot and convent of, 72, 148, 198, 487.

-, canon of, 198.

Cissill. See Cicill.

Clackmannan [Scotland], 556, 559.

Clanvowe, John, 261.

Clapham [co. York, W.R.], 501.

-, Clopham [co. Surrey], 303, 307, 401.

Clapton. See Slapton.

Clare, countess of. See Burgo.

Clarence, duke of. See Lionel.

Clatt [co. Aberdeen], prebend in Aberdeen, 508, 555.

Clave, Gerlac de, 316, 318, 320, 358, 368, 371, 451.

Clavile, William, precentor of Lichfield, 8, 9, 103, 226, 238, 244, 293, 296.

Clavyle, , 310, 334.

Claworth. See Clayworth.

Claxton, Clakestone [co. Norfolk], 37.

Claybrok, Ralph de, 288.

-, Robert de, 156.

Claydon, John de, 236.

Clayton, John de, 97.

Clayworth, Claworth [co. Notts], 314, 349.

Cleangre, John, 160.

-, Richard, envoy of the university of Oxford, archdeacon of St. David's, 150, 158, 178, 179.

Cleburie, Adam de, 142.

Clee [co. Lincoln], 320, 321, 365, 366, 371.

Cleeve [co. Somerset], abbot of, 22.

Clehunger, Philip, 428.

Clement VI., pope, formerly archbishop of Rouen, 13, 16, 17, 59, 76, 90, 94, 122, 137, 145, 189, 194, 197, 204, 224, 237242, 245250, 256, 257, 259, 263265, 267, 268, 271, 274, 280, 282, 286, 288, 290, 293, 295, 296, 299, 300, 303, 309, 310, 328, 330, 332334, 346, 349, 355, 398, 411, 421, 423, 465, 472, 505, 534.

-, VII., anti-pope, 538540, 547, 551, 553, 555, 556, 564566, 568, 569, 573, 576, 577, 581, 593, 616.

Clement, John, alias de Brolio, 348.

-, Clementis, Simon, archdeacon of Worcester, 455, 517.

Clerici. See Clerk.

Clerk. See Lorne.

-, John, 137.

-, Clerici, John, 595, 617, 626, 630, 631, 635.

-, John Philip. See Philippi.

-, Simon, 109.

-, Thomas, 580, 585.

-, William, of Skelton in Cleveland, 484.

Clerkenwell [co. Middlesex], prior and convent of St. John Baptist, 356, 429.

Clermond, Geoffrey de, 253.

Clermont, Peter de, bishop of Cambray, 410, 411.

Clervaus, Thomas, 388.

Cleveland, archdeacon of. See Ellerker; Feriby.

Clewer, William, 262.

Cleyf. See Cleeve.

Cleyney. See Cheyney.

Cliburn [co. Westmoreland], 64, 72.

Clicchur. See Clogher.

Cliderheu. See Clitheroe.

Clifford [co. York, W.R.], 398.

Clifford John de, 66, 103, 499.

-, Gervase de, 160.

-, Richard de, 66, 103.

Clifton [co. Bedford], 397.

-, [co. Notts], prebend of Lincoln, 71, 199, 313, 349.

-, [co. Westmoreland], 397, 402.

Clinton, William de, earl of Huntingdon, 28, 50, 51, 76, 92, 93, 150, 175, 192, 193, 207, 217, 237, 246, 247, 258, 404.

-, -, Juliana his wife. See Leybourn.

Clippesby [co. Norfolk], 122.

Clipston, Clippeston, Thomas de, provost of Wingham, 239, 261, 307, 310, 312, 320, 323, 329, 334, 344, 373, 374, 381, 413.

Clisseby, John de, chancellor of queen Philippa, warden of St. Katherine's hospital, London, 416.

Cliston, Sampson, 533.

Clitheroe, Cliderheu [co. Lancaster], chapel in the castle of, 308, 324, 384.

Clithona. See Clinton.

Clive. See Bishop's Cleeve; see Clyffe.

-, King's. See King's Cliffe.

Clofron, Thomas, 426.

Clogher, Clicchur [co. Tipperary], 23.

-, [co. Tyrone], canons of, 559.

Clone, Clon [co. Wexford], prebend of Ferns, 233.

Clone, John de, 428.

-, See Cloune.

Clonfert [co. Galway], bishop of. See O'Kelly.

-, canon of, 541.

Clontuascritomathaycra. See Clontuskert Omanny.

Clontuskert Omanny, Cluycteuagrentomany, Clontuascritomathaycra [co. Galway], prior and convent of, 542.

-, -, prior of. See O'Quinaeych.

Clopham. See Clapham.

Clopton, Clepton [co. Suffolk], 41.

-, [co. Warwick] (near Stratford-on-Avon), 87.

Clopton, Robert de, 111.

-, Thomas de, 139, 179, 262, 306, 322, 379.

-, -, official, 212.

Cloune, Clone, Roger de, treasurer of queen Philippa, 112, 202, 209, 217.

Clova, Connet [co. Aberdeen], 215.

Clowne [co. Derby], 366.

Cloyne, archdeacon of. See Braybrok; Maccotyr.

-, bishop of. See Cumba; Whitecote; Brid; Swaffham.

-, canons of, 15, 23, 233, 258, 260, 308, 342, 469.

-, prebends of, 233, 308.

Cluny [co. Perth], 600.

-, [Burgundy], abbot of, 25, 111, 465; and see Cardinals (St. Marcellus).

-, cardinal of. See Cardinals (St. Marcellus).

Cluycteuagrentomany. See Clontuskert Omanny.

Clyffe, Clive [co. Kent], 242.

Clyne, Clyve, Clync, Malcolm de, 574, 582, 589.

Clyntonia, William de. See Clinton.

Clyst, Robert, 404.

Clyve. See Bishops Cleeve; Clyne.

Cnarisburgh. See Knaresborough.

Cobele, Cobbelen, John de, 433, 442.

Cobham, Cobeham [co. Kent], 492.

Cobham, Cobeham, James de, knt., 532.

-, Joan, 120.

-, John de, knt., 152.

-, John son of James de, 532.

-, John de, baron, 492.

-, John de, 28, 34, 35.

-, Nicholas, 120.

-, Ralph de, knt., 21, 35.

-, Reginald de, knt., 10, 299.

-, Thomas de, 532.

Cock, Thomas, knt., seneschal of Gascony, 218.

Coclescote, John de, 453.

Coddington [co. Chester], 251, 309, 330.

Codeford, Godeford, Philip de, precentor of Salisbury, 121, 244, 322, 379, 463.

Codeling, Thomas, 420.

Codeshale. See Codsall.

Codington, John de, 191.

-, -, dean of Hastings, 363, 372.

Codlessey. See Coldstone.

Codsall [co. Stafford], 3.

Coggeshale, Henry, knt, 531.

-, Joan his wife, 531.

Coggs, Coggues [co. Oxon], 80.

Cok, Coke, Cook, Quoquus, John, treasurer of London, 84, 86, 106, 158, 280, 308, 329.

-, Thomas, 175.

-, William of Herlington, 430.

Cokburn, Alexander de, 203.

-, Matthew de, 562.

-, Richard de, 543.

Coke. See Cok.

Coke, Ralph, 139.

-, William of Haverford, precenter of Abergwili, 307, 327.

Cokefelde, Catherine, 232.

Cokefield. See Cuckfield.

Cokeley, William de. See Sterman.

Cokeriaumont, Giles de, 198, 212.

Cokesford, Cokeford [co. Norfolk], abbot and convent of, 290.

Cokfeld, John de, 489.

Coki, Coky, John, 185, 194, 198.

Cokin, Thomas, 486.

Cokthorp, William de, 486.

Col, Patrick, 589, 617.

Cola, Nicholas, 308.

Colan. See Colne.

Colbanton, Colbanker. See Covington.

Colby [co. Norfolk], 415, 474.

Colchester [co. Essex], 136, 447.

-, St. Botulph's, prior and convent of, 432, 447, 480.

-, St. John Baptist's, abbot and convent of, 401, 408, 416, 444.

-, monk of, 401.

-, archdeacon of. See Plessys.

Cold Ascheby, John Symonis de, 95.

Cold Ashby, Cold Ascheby [co. Northants], 95.

Coldingham [co. Berwick], prior of. See Inverkethin; Rede; Marescalli; Steye.

Coldstone, Codlessey, Kilchodiscam [co. Aberdeen], 1, 104.

Cole, John, of Risley, 430.

Colemon, Sir Henry, 191.

Coleshill, Colsull [co. Berks], 71.

Colet, Richard, 457, 500.

-, Roger, 500.

Coleton, William de, otherwise de Brodewode, lecturer at Oxford, 108.

Colford, William de, 117.

Coliford [co. Devon], 54.

Coling, John, 431.

Colini, Celestin, 575, 620, 629.

-, Donald, 619, 628, 631.

-, Finlay, archdeacon of Dunblane, 615, 618.

-, Nigel, 638.

Colinton, Halis, Hall [co. Edinburgh], 602, 605, 619, 632, 636, 637.

Collace, Cullas, Culas, Calas [co. Perth], 546, 584, 597.

Collee, Thomas, the king's butler, 152.

Collessie, Culassy [co. Fife], 602, 606.

Collingbourne, Colingbourn [co. Wilts], 282.

Collingham, Colingham, South [co. Notts], 395.

Colman, Stephen, 485.

Coln, John, 485.

Colne, Colan [co. Huntingdon], 373.

Colne, John de, secretary of Blanche de Wake, 120.

Colney, William de, 453.

Colneye, John de. 135.

Cologne, canons of, 260.

-, St. Andrew's, dean and chapter of, 362.

-, Holy Apostles, provost and chapter of, 203, 272.

-, St. Cunibert, dean and chapter of, 236.

Colonia, John de, 139.

Colonna, John, cardinal of St. Angelo. See cardinals.

-, Otto de. See Martin V.

Colshull, Nicholas de, 132, 282.

Colste, John, 182, 321, 374.

Colsterworth, Colsteworye [co. Lincoln], 96.

Colston. See Car-Colston.

Colston, John, 619.

Colsull. See Coleshill.

Colton, John, treasurer of Dublin, 375.

Coluny, William de, 606.

Colvel, John son of Robert, 430.

Colwell, Thomas, abbot elect of St.Augustine's. Canterbury, 139.

Colwich [co. Stafford], prebend of Lichfield, 43.

Colworthe. See Culworth.

Coly. See Coki.

Colyn, John, 500.

-, John son of William, 56.

Combe, Coumbe [co. Warwick], abbot of, 70.

-, 3rd [co. Somerset], prebend of Wells, 465.

-, 7th [co. Somerset], prebend of Wells, 229.

-, 10th [co. Somerset], prebend of Wells, 228.

-, John, 516, 521.

-, John de, 264.

-, and Harnham, Harnsham [co. Wilts], prebend of Salisbury, 235, 459.

-, -Martin [co. Devon], 4.

Combemartin, Stephen de. See Martingho.

Combertreis. See Cummertrees.

Combraxio, Nicholas de, rector of the university of Bologna, 129.

Compostella. See Santiago.

Compton [co. Hants], 58.

-, [co. Somerset], prebend of Wells, 157.

Compton-Chamberlayne, Cumpton Chaumbleyn [co. Wilts], 252.

-, -Verney, Compton Murdak [co. Warwick],prebend of St. Mary's, Warwick, 143.

-, Fenny [co. Warwick], 485.

-, Richard de, 246.

Comrie, Carny [co. Perth], 616.

Comyn, William, papal chaplain, 86.

Conal. See Connel.

Concoreto, Conquireto, Itherius de, papal nuncio, 38, 52, 57, 288.

Conesbourgh, Alan de, 114.

Congham, Robert de, secretary of queen Isabella, 242, 248.

Coningham, Margaret de, 476.

-, William de, knt., 476.

Connaught [Ireland], 461.

-, prince of, 541.

Connel, Conal, Conall [co. Kildare], priory of St. Mary, 468.

-, -, priors of. See Whyt; Tyrell.

Connet. See Clova.

Connor, bishop of. See Mercier.

-, diocese of, 254.

Conques [Rouergue], monk of, 30.

Conquireto. See Concoreto.

Conredun, Murchard son of, 631.

Constable, William, 53.

Constantinople, Henry, patriarch of, 90.

Conti, Ildebrand, bishop of Padua, 111.

Conventre. See Coventre.

Conventriis. See Coventry.

Conventual, prior and convent called. See Whiteherne (?).

Conveth. See Laurence Kirk.

Conway, Aberconwy [co. Carnarvon], 39.

Conweth. See Laurence Kirk.

Conyngham. See Cunyngham.

Cook. See Cok.

Cookham,William de, succentor of Wells, 295.

Cooliney, Cullenen, Cullen [co. Cork], prebend of Cloyne, 308, 330.

Coolstuffe, Coulstuff [co. Wexford], 231.

Copey, Ralph, 20.

Copmanford, Nicholas de, monk and sacristan of Ely, 28.

Corbet, Robert, knt., 133, 134.

-, -, Amice his daughter, 134.

Corbrigg, John de, 233.

Corby, Robert, abbot of Thorney, 219.

Corbyn, Richard, 3.

Corf, John, 338.

Corfe [co. Dorset], 244, 322, 379, 382.

Corfham [co. Salop], lady of. See Straunge.

Coriat, Adam, 246, 247.

Coringham, Thomas de, 372.

Cork, bishop of, 468.

-, -, See Ballyconingham; Barry.

-, canons of, 15, 23, 39, 76, 311, 416, 468.

-, deans of. See Barry; Roche; Bula; Elyoth.

-, prebend of, 468.

Cormack, O'Cormack, Corkagh [co. Sligo], 23, 39, 76.

Cormanok. See Carmunnook.

Cormayls, Agnes de, 117, 335.

-, -, Joan her sister. See Mucheldevere.

Cornell. See Tornellis.

Cornell, Cornel, Richard de, ambassador, archdeacon of Lothian and Dunkeld, 566, 586, 626, 627, 635, 636, 638.

Cornethorn, Cornton, Thomas de, 541, 562.

Cornewayle, William de, 270.

Cornezano. See Cornusano.

Cornton. See Cornethorn.

Cornu, John de. See Trim.

Cornubia, John de, 65.

Cornusano, Cornezano, Geoffrey de, 69, 74, 85.

Cornwall, archdeacon of. See Carleton; Harewell; Sancto Paulo; Cusancia; David; Nevill; Neuton.

-, duke of. See Edward, prince of Wales.

Coron [Greece], canon of, 557.

Corondale. See Crondall.

Corrate, John son of Paul de, 12.

Corrie, Corry [co. Dumfries], 629.

Corry, Curry, William de, 475, 480.

Corscombe [co. Dorset], 199.

Cortachy, Cartouky [co. Forfar], 592.

Cortanay, William de, 425.

Cortenale. See Courteenhall.

Cortenhale, Richard de, donsel, 137.

Cortois, Gerard, 295.

Corucher, John de, 583.

Cosendon, Cusington [co. Kent], 297.

Cosin, John, 418.

Cosper, Matilda, 76.

Cossington, Cosynton [co. Leicester], 313, 325, 342.

Cotes, Robert, 421.

-, Robert de, 400.

-, Simon de, 32.

Cotesdon. See Cuddesdon.

Cotesford, Cotisford, Cotysford, Gotesford, John de, 390, 478, 480, 516.

Cotesmore, John de, 233.

Cotgrave, Cotegrave [co. Notts], 449.

Cotham, Cotom [co. Notts], 441.

Cotom. See Cotham.

Cottingham, Cotingham [co. York, E.R.], 415, 489, 492.

Cotton. See Cutton.

Cotysford. See Cotesford.

Couche, John son of Henry de, 70.

Coucy, Enguerrand, lord of, 442.

Coulsdon, Cullesdon [co. Surrey], 452.

Coulstuff. See Coolstuffe.

Coumbe. See Combe.

Couper, William son of Nicholas le, 259.

Coupermaccouty, Tybermaskotus [co. Perth], St. Ninian's, 565.

Courteenhall, Cortenale [co. Northampton], 383.

Courtenay, Edward son of Hugh de, knt., 498.

-, -, Emmeline his wife, 498.

-, Hugh son of Hugh son of Hugh, earl of Devon, 453.

-, Hugh de, earl of Devon, 80, 291, 374, 498.

-, -, Thomas de son of Hugh, 80.

-, Philip de, 321.

-, Thomas de, knt, brother of Hugh, 114.

-, -, Muriel, wife of Thomas, 114.

-, William de, son of Hugh, 284, 291, 320, 374.

Courteys, Thomas, 531.

Courthous, John, 422, 430.

Coussac, J., lord of, 519.

Coutances [Normandy], canon of, 308.

Couton. See Cowton.

Coventre, Conventre, Walter de, archdeacon of Dunblane, dean of Aberdeen, bishop of Dunblane, envoy of the university of Orleans, 89, 90, 145, 241, 325, 375, 409.

-, William de, 89.

Coventria, John de, portionary of Wroxeter, 24.

Coventry, Coventre [co Warwick], 233.

-, Augustinian friars at, 459.

-, St. Michael's, 306, 308, 318, 330, 368, 572, 573.

-, chapel of Babelake, 297.

-, archdeacon of, See Hastanges; Cardinals (St. Lucy's); Crosse; Sallowe; Driffield.

-, prior and convent of, 26, 488.

Coventry, Coventre, Conventriis, Robert de, 169, 172, 290, 317, 339, 360.

Covington, Calbanston, Colbanton [co. Lanark], 85, 568, 581, 588, 616.

Cowton, Couton [co. York, N. R.], 90.

Coye, John, of Neueton, 34.

Coygniees, David de, papal chaplain, 37.

Coyne, John, 233.

Cradley, Credeleye [co. Hereford], 204.

Cradock, Roger, bishop of Lismore and Waterford and Llandaff, 490.

Cradok, Adam; precentor of Emly, archdeacon of Limerick, 307, 328, 416, 442.

Crafor Lindesay. See Crawford.

Craft, Hugh de, 318, 319, 368, 370.

Craginche. See Craignish.

Craholm, Adam de, 160.

Craignish, Craginche [co. Argyle], 584.

Crail, Carele [co. Fife], 572.

Cramer, Arnold son of John, 44.

Crane, John, 488.

Cranford, Craneforth [co. Northampton], St. John's, 419.

Cranleigh, Craneleygh [co. Surrey], 495.

Cranlegh, Thomas, 516, 521.

Crantock, St. Carentoce, St. Carentonc [co. Cornwall], canons of, 5, 65, 170, 182, 195, 258, 311, 322, 339, 374, 379, 381, 435, 469, 510.

-, St. Columba Minor, prebend of Crantock, 311, 339.

Cras, Thomas, of Harwell, 346.

Craston, Crasseton, Walter de, 297, 431.

Craucombe, William, 160.

-, See Crowcombe.

Craufurd, John de, 550.

Craule, William de, 505, 509, 522.

Crauncewyk, John de, 482.

Cravene, Alan de, 142.

Crawford, earl of. See Lindsay.

Crawford Douglas, Crauford Lindesay [co. Lanark], 202, 578.

Crech. See Creigh.

Crech, Richard de, 552.

Creche, Simon de, 546.

Crechmund. See Crimond.

Credeleye. See Cradley.

Crediton, Kirketon [?] [co. Devon], canons of, 8, 13, 64, 114, 173, 184, 188, 239, 274, 280, 282, 296, 303, 318, 321, 335, 343, 369, 370, 874, 517, 530, 537.

-, prebends of, 29, 274, 530, 533.

Creech, Crich [co. Somerset], 42.

Creigh, Creich, Crech [co. Fife], 389, 601.

Crek, Robert, queen Philippa's almoner. See Creyk.

Cressingham, Great [co. Norfolk], 9, 66, 323, 383.

Cressingham, Stephen de, 277.

Cresswell, Robert de, 255, 276, 293.

Creter, John, 586.

Creting, Edward, 83.

Creuddyn, diocese of St. David's, 39.

Crewkerne, Crukern [co. Somerset], 374.

Creych, Creyk, Crech, Richard de, precentor of Moray, 599, 602, 607, 620, 625.

-, Simon de, 620, 628.

Creyk, Crek, Robert, queen Philippa's almoner, 70, 74.

Crich. See Creech.

Crimond, Crechmund [co. Aberdeen], 85, 87.

Cristemesse, John, 356.

Cristini, John, 635.

Croindole. See Cromdole.

Croiser, Croyser, John, 21.

-, Elena, 26.

-, Simon, 26.

-, Stephen, 32.

-, Thomas, 26, 32, 458.

-, William, 26, 31, 32.

Croke, Thomas, 149.

-, William, 421.

Cromdale, Cromdell [co. Elgin], prebend of Moray, 570.

Cromdole, Croindole, Cromdolio, John de, precentor of Aberdeen, 104, 384, 386, 508.

Cromphorn, William, alias de Modbury, 133.

Cromwell, Crumbwell [co. Notts], 60.

Cromwelle, John de, 213.

-, Ralph de, knt. and baron, 213.

Crondall, Crondale, Corondale [co. Hants], 45, 194.

Cronn, John. See Croun.

Cronwyk, Thomas, 448.

Crophill, Alan de, son of Sir Ralph, 112, 164, 177.

-, Sir Ralph de, baron, 112, 164.

-, See Cropwell.

Cropperdy. See Cropredy.

Croppo Sancti Petri, Sir Geoffrey de, 85, 197.

Cropredy, Coppry, Cropperdy [co. Oxon], prebend of Lincoln, 395, 470.

Cropthorne, Croppethorn [co.Worcester], 195.

Cropwell, Crophill [co. Notts]. See Oxton.

Crosby, Thomas, 96.

Croshill, John de, 489.

Croso, John de, 223.

Crosse, Cruce, Thomas de, chief clerk of the king's wardrobe, 64, 114, 184, 228.

-, William de, archdeacon of Coventry, 192, 224, 270.

Crossmichael, Crosmichaells [co. Kirkcudbright], 556.

Cross-Town, Crostone [co. Chseter], 79.

Crostewayth, Richard de, 173.

Crosthwaite, Crostwayt [co. Cumberland], 291, 315, 357, 397, 402.

Crostone. See Cross-Town.

Crouley, William, 456.

Croulond, See Croyland.

Croulond, Richard de, 408.

Croume, John. See Croun.

Croun, Croume, Cronn, John, 72, 170, 216.

Crouthorne, William de, 173, 197, 205.

Crouwerthorne, Richard de, 161.

-, -, Joan his wife, 161.

Crowcombe, Craucombe [co. Somerset], 21, 30.

Croxhale, Nicholas de, 226, 240, 275.

Croxton [co. Leicester], abbot and convent of 128.

-, canon of, 134.

Croxton, Richard de, 523.

Croydon [co. Surrey], 322, 380, 383.

Croyland, Crowland, Crouland [co. Lincoln], abbot of, 62, 72.

-, abbot and convent of, 149, 161, 408, 427, 450.

Croyndon, Peter. See Hater.

Croyser. See Croiser.

Croysser, William, 603.

Cruce. See Crosse.

Cruden, Crudan [co. Aberdeen], prebend of Aberdeen, 609.

Crukern. See Crewkerne.

Crumbwell. See Cromwell.

Crumby, Crumbi, William de, sub-prior of St. Andrew's, 581, 592.

Crusegrave. See Musgrave.

Crux. See Cruce.

Crydie, William, 510.

Cubleston, Kebbelisdon [co. Stafford], 333.

Cuckfield, Cokefield [co. Sussex], 168.

Cuddesdon, Cotesdon [co. Oxon], 256.

Cudington, John, 160.

Cudynton, John, 377.

Cuieres. See Cummertrees.

Culas. See Collace.

Culassy. See Collessie.

Culdees, St. Mary's of the. See St. Andrew's.

Culford, Califordia, Roger de, 105, 140,

Cullas. See Collace.

Cullenen. See Cooliney.

Cullesdon. See Coulsdon.

Culmaly, John de, 618.

Culmani. See Monea.

Culmington. See Kilmington.

Culmington, Culmyngton, John de, 61, 147.

Culros, William de, abbot of Inchaffray, 565.

Culter, Cultyr [co. Lanark], 519.

Culworth, Culworthe [co. Northampton], 33.

Cumba, John de, bishop of Cloyne, 79.

Cumbemartin. See Combe Martin.

Cummertrees, Cumbertres, Cuieres [co. Dumfries], 589, 614616, 626, 632, 634.

Cumnock, Cannok [co. Ayr], 605.

Cumpton. See Compton.

Cumptone, Henry de, 150.

Cumyn, William, 15.

Cunbulge. See Dunbog.

Cunyngham, Conyngham, William de, 598, 636.

Cunynghame, William de, knt., lord of Kilmaubris, 639.

Cupar [co. Fife], 144, 591, 606, 607.

Curia, diocese of Salisbury, 363.

Curraf, Peter de, 391.

Curri, Walter de, 202.

Curry. See Corry.

Curtays, Thomas, 157.

Cusancia, Cusanciis, Peter son of William de, 45.

-, William de, knt., 45.

-, William de, canon of London, archdeacon of Cornwall, 45, 257, 280, 309, 316, 333, 357, 359.

Cusington. See Cosendon.

Cusington, Stephen de, 297.

Cusop, Kysope, Kiusope [co. Hereford], 66, 103.

Cusormo, Aymeric de, 196.

Cutman. See Cuturiaco.

Cutton, Cotton [co. Devon], prebend of the chapel in the castle of Exeter, 195.

Cuturiaco, Cutman, Bernard de, papal chaplain, 127, 286.

Cuxham [co. Oxon], 161.

Cyprus, king of, 416.

Cyrencestre. See Cirencester.