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'Index of Persons and Places: C', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 606-618. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103461 Date accessed: 01 August 2014.


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Cador, John, vicar of Auchterhouse, 22.

Cadzow [co. Lanark], vicarage of, 427.

Cadzow, David, vicar of Cadzow in the diocese of Glasgow, 427.
-, -, -, precentor of Glasgow, papal mandatary, 506.
-, -, Finlay de, a monk of Paisley, 454.

Caelognacroisi in the parish of Clonkeen (q.v.), 211, 212 note.

Caen [Calvados, France], Benedictine monastery of St. Stephen, abbot Hugh and the convent of, 468.
-, -, -, Lanfranc, abbot of, afterwards archbishop of Canterbury, 468.
-, -, vicomte of, 371 note.

Caherlag, Cithirlaig [co. Cork], a prebend in Cork, 173.

Cairbre Gabhrain, Cyrecarbry, i.e. barony of Granard [co. Longford], 29.

Cairney [co. Aberdeen]. See Botary.

Caithness, bishop of, papal mandatary, 26.
-, -, John, bishop elect of. See Innes.
-, -, Robert, bishop of. See Strathbrock.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 398.
-, -, Alexander, archdeacon of. See Leighton; Suthirland.
-, -, Laurence, archdeacon of. See Piot.
-, -, Richard, archdeacon of. See Holland.
-, -, William, archdeacon of. See Suthirland.
-, -, chancellor of. See Dissynton; Ratir.
-, -, precentorship of, 426.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 348, 465.
-, -, - See Strabrok.
-, -, canons of. See Lochmalony; Vaus.
-, -, hospital of St. Mary (rectius St. Magnus), 465. See also St. Mary.

Calais [Pas-de-Calais, France], procuration dated at, 160.
-, -, mayor of, 308.

Calco. See Kelso.

Calder, Caldyr [co. Cumberland], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 480.

Calder [co. Edinburgh], 96.

Calkou. See Kelso.

Callakamog. See Kildacommoge.

Calry, Callri alias Innismoyr [co. Sligo], 133.

Cambel, George, sheriff of Ayr, 412.

Cambridge [co. Cambridge], University of, chancellor of. See Langton.
-, -, -, students in, 249, 430.
-, -, King's College (B.V. Mary and St. Nicholas), 479, 482 and note, 483, 511, 512.
-, -, King's Hall, 62.
-, -, college or hall of Valence Mary, Valens Marie (Pembroke College), warden of. See Langton.
-, -, Carmelite house of, foundation of a chantry in the church of, 119.

Cambuskenneth, Cambuskymneth, Cambuskynneth, Cambuskynntth, Carabus Kynneth, Canyskamale [co. Clackmannan], Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 24, 27, 28, 298, 341, 349, 414, 441, 448, 540.

Cambuslang, Camyslang [co. Lanark], prebend in Glasgow, 24.

Camera, James de, clerk, of the diocese of Glasgow, 413.
-, -, -, rector of Collace in the diocese of St. Andrews, 505.
-, -, -, vicar of Symington in the diocese of Glasgow, 506.
-, -, John de, priest, 49, 437.

Camerino [prov. Macerata, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 558.

Cameron, James, abbot of Holyrood, 569.
-, -, John, bishop of Glasgow, 24, 101, 124, 139, 375, 542, 546.
-, -, John, clerk, to have collation of a canonry and prebend of Glasgow, 24.

Campney, dio. Lincoln, 316.

Campo, W. de, 153, 197, 200, 248.

Camporegali, A. de, 4 et passim.

Camyslang. See Cambuslang.

Candia [Mediterranean], Augustinian friars' province of, 30 note.

Candida Casa. See Whiteherne.

Canisbay, Canesbi, Canesby, [co. Caithness], a prebend in Caithness, 499, 500 note.

Canon Island, Innisgad, Innysgad, Inysgad [co. Clare], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 290, 339, 353, 396, 534, 551, 582.
-, -, -, canon of, 356.

Canterbury [co. Kent], 57, 166, 306.
-, -, province of, 215, 287, 411, 515.
-, -, archbishop of, 85, 253, 297, 327, 336, 344, 372, 433, 472, 493, 512–514, 562.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 3, 74, 182, 245, 283, 503, 536, 571.
-, -, -, his vicar-general in spirituals, 182.
-, -, Henry, archbishop of. See Chichele.
-, -, John, archbishop of. See Stafford.
-, -, Lanfranc, archbishop of, sometime abbot of St. Stephen's, Caen, 468.
-, -, Thomas, archbishop of. See Arundel.
-, -, Irish suffragan bishop in the diocese of. See Clerk (Richard).
-, -, official of, 118, 321, 536.
-, -, auditor-general of causes, 541.
-, -, archdeacon of, 323.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 558.
-, -, Benedictine priory (cathedral) of Christchurch, monks of, 206, 231.
-, -, -, prior and chapter of, 98, 342.
-, -, Benedictine abbey of St. Augustine, abbot of, papal mandatary, 522.
-, -, -, monk of, 304.
-, -, rectory of St. Andrew's, 71.
-, -, St. Dunstan's without the walls, vicar of, 379.
-, -, St. George's, rector of, 330.
-, -, St. Paul's without the walls, vicar of, 280.
-, -, John Benett, citizen of, 306.
-, -, -, -, Margaret his wife, 306.

Cantton, Raymund, layman, 70, 114.
-, - See also Caunton.

Cantwell, John, archdeacon of Ossory, afterwards archbishop of Cashel, 129, 278.

Canty. See Ouchanty.

Canyskamale. See Cambuskenneth.

Capitaneis, Captaneis, Master Malatesta de, papal chaplain and auditor, 481, 541, 545.

Capranica, Dominic. See Cardinal Deacons.

Caputh, Capyt alias Balderen [co. Perth], prebend of, in Dunkeld, 357.

Carant (Carent), William, donsel, 516.
-, -, -, his wife, 516.

Carbrooke, Carbroke [co. Norfolk], Hospitallers' preceptory of, 234, 243.

Carbury, Karbry [co. Kildare], St. John Baptist's, 191.

Cardiff, Cardyff [co. Glamorgan], 238.

Cardiif, Cardyfe, Thomas, canon of Waterford, rector of Kilmacow, 504, 508.

Cardigan, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 455, 503.

Cardinal:—
-, Bishops—
-, Albano, Jordan de Ursinis (Orsini), afterwards cardinal bishop of Sabina, 50, 64, 74.
-, Porto. See Cardinal Priests (St. Clement's).
-, Sabina, Branda de Castillione, 226, 227.
-, Priests—
-, St. Balbina's, John Kempe, archbishop of York. See Kempe.
-, St. Clement's, Francis Condulmarus of Venice, vice-chancellor of the Roman church, 34, 44 note, 53 note, 55 note, 59 note, 70 note, 80 note, 81 note, 86, 101 note, 114, 120, 128 note, 136, 196 note, 254 note, 260, 272 note, 287, 322, 323, 334, 363, 519 and note.
-, -, -, -, afterwards cardinal bishop of Porto, 38 note, 120 note, 152, 360 note, 366, 387 note, 484 note, 512 note, 540.
-, St. Eusebius's, Henry Beaufort, physician of. See Franchis.
-, St. Laurence's in Lucina, John Rupescissa, 421, 476, 576.
-, St. Marcellus's, Nicholas d'Acciapaccio, 386.
-, St. Martin's in Montibus, William d'Estouteville, archbishop of Rouen, 227, 417, 421, 433, 476, 555.
-, SS. Quatuor Coronati. See Luxembourg.
-, Deacons—
-, St. George's in Velabro, Oddo Colonna, afterwards Pope Martin V, 266.
-, -, Prospero Colonna, 166.
-, St. Mary in Via Lata, Dominic Capranica, 208, 385, 386.

Cardington, Cardyngton [co. Salop], 3.

Cardrose, Maurice de, prior of Inchcolm, 526.
-, -, Patrick de, prior of Inchcolm, 526.

Cardyfe, Thomas. See Cardiif.

Cardyff. See Cardiff.

Cardyngton. See Cardington.

Carent, William. See Carant.

Careyk, John, archdeacon of Sodor, 152.

Carhacolmayn, dio. Clonfert, rectory of, 354.

Carkeke, John, vicar of _, 286.

Carleton, John, canon of Osmotherley, rector of Slingsby, afterwards of Hutton Bushel, 35.

Carleton Rode [co. Norfolk], rectory of, 368.

Carleton. See also Carlton.

Carlisle [co. Cumberland], bishop of, papal mandatary, 110.
-, -, Augustinian cathedral church, canon of, 77.

Carlow, Katharlatie, sheriff of, 533.

Carlton, East, Carleton [co. Northants], 235.

Carlton, Thomas, an Augustinian canon, 219.

Carlton. See Carleton.

Carmarthen, county of, 503.

Carmarthen, Kaervirddhyn (rectius Kaermrddhyn) [co. Carmarthen], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 85.

Carminow, Carmynow, Thomas, lord of Boconnoc, 313, 315.

Carn [co. Kildare], vicarage of, 347.

Carnach, David. See Crannach.
-, -, Robert de. See Crannach.

Carnaial (rectius Caruaial). See Carvajal.

Carnwath, Carnuoyth, Carnwyth [co. Lanark], a prebend in Glasgow, 2, 49.

Carolus, 228, 229, et passim.

Carpentarii, Celestinus, vicar of Sorby, 197.

Carpenter, John, preceptor of St. Anthony's hospital, London, afterwards bishop of Worcester, 4, 219, 327, 372, 497.

Carra, Keare, Kera [co. Mayo], 279, 498.

Carran, Carudnaymygaynd [co. Clare], vicarage of, 396.

Carrickfergus, Crakfergous [co. Antrim], parish church of St. Nicholas, 35, 56.

Carruderis, Roger de, rector of Lochmaben, 26.

Carrog alias Llanddeiniol, Karrok [co. Cardigan], a prebend in Llanddewi-Brefi, 378.

Carthkert. See Cathcart.

Carudnaymygaynd. See Carran.

Carvajal, Carnaial (rectius Caruaial), John, papal chaplain and auditor, 444.

Caselle in Pittari [prov. of Salerno, South Italy], parish church of the Assumption, 418 note.
-, - See also Castellis; Gasellis.

Cashel [co. Tipperary], city and diocese, intimidation in, 471.
-, -, archbishop of, 336, 343, 435.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 53, 64.
-, -, John, archbishop of. See Cantwell.
-, -, Richard, archbishop of. See O'Hedian.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 209, 278.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 154, 278.
-, -, precentor of, papal mandatary, 209.
-, -, Donatus, treasurer of. See Macadoch.
-, -, Nicholas, treasurer of. See Haket.
-, -, Richard, treasurer of. See Ofyan.
-, -, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 209.
-, -, chapter of, papal letters to, 129.
-, -, canon of. See Omecar.
-, -, clergy, people and vassals of, papal letters to, 129.
-, -, suffragans of the church of, papal letters to, 129.
-, -, provincial constitutions of, 532.

Caslean Conchubayt (rectius Conchubayr) alias Castrum Carnelii. See Castleconor.

Casleanfeorays. See Monasteroris.

Cassa Abbatis. See St. Dogmells.

Castelaget. See Acre, Castle.

Castellcaris, John de. See Casteltarris.

Castellis, Premonstratensian monastery of S. Angelo de, in the diocese of Policastro, canon of, 297 and note, 418 and note.
-, - See also Caselle; Gasellis.

Castellopetra, vicarage de. See Monasteroris.

Casteltarris, Castletaris, Alexander de, canon of Aberdeen, 508.
-, -, -, priest, of the diocese of Glasgow, notary public, 49.
-, -, Castellcaris, John de, vicar of Monkton, 22.

Castelton. See Castleton.

Castiglioni, John, a notary apostolic, archdeacon des Vés, afterwards bishop of Coutances, 431.

Castillione, Branda de, bishop of Sabina. See Cardinal bishops (Sabina).

Castleconor, Caslean Conchubayt (rectius Conchubayr) alias Castrum Carnelii or Conchur, de Castroconchiu [cos. Mayo and Sligo], 16, 95, 548.

Castletaris, Alexander de. See Casteltarris.

Castleton, Castelton [co. Monmouth], 579.

Castletown townland in Easky, Ymleachaesseall, Ymleachisseall [co. Sligo], rectory of, 548.
-, -, vicarage of, 554.

Castro Dei, de. See Fermoy.

Castrum Carnelii alias Caslean Conchubayt (rectius Conchubayr). See Castleconor.

Cathcart, Carthkert [co. Renfrew], vicarage of, 394, 402, 450.

Catesby, William, esquire, 312.
-, -, -, Philippa his wife, 312.

Catherine of France, queen of England, 36.

Caton, Cayton [co. Lanc.], chapel of, 268.

Catton, William, prior of Arbury, 311, 566.

Cauchon, Peter, bishop of Lisieux, 318.

Caudrey, Master Richard, archdeacon of Lincoln, dean of the free chapel royal of St. Martin le Grand, 161, 163.

Caunton, Joan, wife of Robert Walyschman, 300.
-, -, Richard, rector of Newport, master of the college of St. Mary near St. Davids, 486, 501 and note.
-, -, William, lord of Fishguard, 454.
-, - See also Cantton.

Cavalcantibus, Master Robert de, papal chaplain and auditor, afterwards bishop of Volterra, 126, 141, 496 note.

Caveisrubeis, Master Peter Martini de, papal chaplain and auditor, 126, 141, 320.

Cayton. See Caton.

Ceallmor. See Kilmore.

Ceandmuge. See Kilmalinoge.

Cedy, Richard, priest, 543.

Celestini, Nigel, rector of Kilchoman, 197.

Cella Nigra, abbey of. See Derry.

Cella Parva, abbey of. See Annadown.

Celphani. See Clepham.

Cely, John, bishop of Down, 514.

Ceneda [Veneto, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 476, 512.

Ceollayd, Aulina inge, 116.
-, - See also O'Kelly.

Ceres, David de. See Seras.

Cerretanis, James de, bishop of Teramo. See Aprutin.

Cesarinis, Master George de, papal notary, 444.

Ceszay. See Sessay.

Chagford, Chaggford [co. Devon], 31.

Chakenden. See Checkendon.

Chaldon Herring, Chaluedonharyng [co. Dorset], 5.

Chaloner, Thomas, priest, 451.

Chamber. See Camera.

Chambrelayn, Robert, an Augustinian canon, 566.

Chapstow. See Chepstow.

Charité-sur-Loire (Caritaten.) [Nièvre, France], Cluniac priory, 205.
-, -, -, subject priory of. See Pontefract.

Charles VI, king of France, 76, 250, 319 note, 326 note.
-, -, counsellor of. See Kennedy (Hugh).

Charlwood [co. Surrey], 85.

Charterhouse Hinton, Henton [Somerset], Carthusian house at, prior and convent of, 270.
-, -, -, monks of, 230, 267.

Chartesey. See Chertsey.

Chartres [Eure-et-Loir, France], bishop of, 319 note.

Châtillon, de Castilione [arr. Bourges, con. Charost, cne. Villeneuve, dep. Cher, France], Robert de Floquez, lord of, 250.

Checkendon, Chakenden [co. Oxford], 80, 303.

Cheddar, Chedder [co. Somerset], Thomas Chedder, lord of, 238.
-, -, -, Isabel his wife, 238.
-, - - See also Chedder.
-, -, vicarage of, 253.

Chedder, Thomas, lord of Cheddar, 238, 242.
-, -, -, -, Isabel his wife, 238, 242.

Chedworth, John, rector of Elton, 66.

Chekeryng. See Chickering.

Chelsea, Chelchych [co. London], 61.

Chelyngtone, Thomas, vicar of Cheddar, vicar choral of Wells, 253, 254 note.

Chepstow, Chapstow [co. Monmouth], Benedictine monastery of St. Mary de Strugull (Striguil), monk of, 566.

Cherbourg [Manche, France], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary du Voeu, John I and II, abbots of, 513.

Cheriton Bishop, Sowth Curyton, Sowth Churyton [co. Devon], parish church of St. Michael, indulgence for the repair etc. of the, 489.
-, -, -, indulgence for the conservation of the chapel of St. Mary the Virgin in the cemetery of the, 490.

Cherpin, William, a Benedictine monk of Saint Jacut, afterwards prior of Locminé, 41.

Cherteseye, Robert, citizen of London, 587.
-, -, -, -, Alice his wife, 587.
-, -, Walter, citizen of London, 229, 230.

Chertsey, Chartesey [co. Surrey], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 165, 248.

Chester [co. Chester], Benedictine monastery of St. Werburgh [St. Mary], abbot of. See Salghall.
-, -, -, monk of, 203, 272.

Chester, Richard, vicar of St. Mary's, Lancaster, 267–269.

Chetwyn, Philip, knight, 311.

Chew Magna, Chewe Episcopi [co. Somerset], 79.

Chichele, Henry, archbishop of Canterbury, 57, 62, 286, 320, 342.
-, -, -, statutes and ordinances by, 98–100.
-, -, -, foundation of All Souls College, Oxford, by, 102.
-, -, Thomas, archdeacon of Canterbury, 481.

Chichester [co. Sussex], Adam, bishop of. See Moleyns.
-, -, Richard, bishop of. See Praty.
-, -, chapter etc. of, 514.

Chickering, Chekeryng [in the parish of Wingfield, co. Suffolk], chapel of St. Mary the Virgin, indulgence for visits and alms to, 118.

Chieti [Abruzzi, Italy], Baptista, bishop elect of, sometime a papal chaplain and auditor. See Romanis.

Chilton, Isabel, 249.

Chilvers Coton [co. Warwick]. See Arbury.

Chirbury, David, a Carmelite friar, bishop of Dromore, holding the archdeaconry of Brecknock in commendam, 361.
-, -, Chirburi, Chyrburi, Robert, rector of South Repps, canon of Stoke, 287.

Cholsey, Gholsey [co. Berks], 80, 165.

Choychurche. See Coychurch.

Christoforus. See Cristoforus.

Chuaynfyachna (rectius Cluaynfyachna). See Clonfeacle.

Chulmleigh, Chulmeleg, Chylmelegh [co. Devon], church of, 559.
-, -, -, portion or prebend of Pennels alias Pendles in, 125.
-, -, -, portionary or prebendary of. See Dyck.

Churyton, Sowth. See Cheriton Bishop.

Chylmelegh. See Chulmleigh.

Cill' Mictaig. See Kilmacteige.

Cille' Margnata. See Kilvarnet.

Cilleuimin, rectius Cillcuimin. See Kilcummin.

Cillglaise. See Kilglass.

Cillichinid. See Kilkenny.

Cillmcaynmoir (rectius Cillmeaynmoir). See Kilmainemore.

Cilycwm, Kilcom [co. Carmarthen], church of, 501 note, 502.

Cincius, 39 et passim.

Cinel-Baith [co. Clare]. See Kilnamona.

Cinel Farga, Kynealarga, Kynnollarga or Kennhete, rectory of. See Kinnitty.

Cinel-Luachain, Kynnelochan [co. Leitrim], 506.

Ciprianus. See Cyprianus.

Ciremberg, Gromberg, Conradus, Corradus, papal registers rubricated by, 31 note, 201 note, 557 note, 581 note.

Cirencester [co. Gloucester], Augustinian abbey, 378 and note.

Cithirlaig. See Caherlag.

Città di Castello [prov. of Perugia, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 425, 430, 498.

Ciulofind and Ranna. See Coolavin.

Claghton. See Claughton.

Clancuan. See Aglish.

Clandaedha, dio. Clogher, deanery of, 91.

Clandcellaychmicmoekuonach. See Clankelly.

Clandyfernan, i.e. Clann Ifearnain, i.e. Muinter Ifearnain, the tribal name of the Quinns [co. Clare], 520, 521 note.

Clankelly, Clandcellaychmicmoekuonach [co. Fermanagh], church of, 193 and note.

Clanncuayn. See Aglish.

Clare [co. Suffolk], Augustinian friary, friar of, 214 (corrigenda).

Clare, Clar [co. Clare], Augustinian abbey of SS. Peter and Paul, alias de Forgio, Furgio, abbot of, papal mandatary, 148, 290, 339, 359, 384, 398, 422, 438, 470.
-, -, -, dependent priory of. See Inniscronane.

Clastir (Welsh Clasdir), the glebe land of the parish church of Neverne [co. Pembroke], 501 note, 502, 503.

Clatford [co. Wilts], 316.

Claughton, Claghton [co. Lancaster], 6.

Clay (? Cley next the Sea or Cockley Cley, co. Norfolk), 37.

Cleannyr. See Clenor.

Cleceallid. See Beagh.

Clekeallyd. See Beagh.

Clement VI, letters of, 333.

Clement, John, a Benedictine monk, 206.

Clementis, Master Vincent, a papal chaplain, 392.

Clenche, William, layman, 316, 317.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 316, 317.

Clenor, Cleannyr [co. Cork], rectory of, 359.

Clepham (now spelt Clephane), Clephame, Clephanie (rectius Clepham), Celphani (rectius Clepham), Richard dean of Dunkeld, canon of Moray, 528, 530.

Clerici, John, rector of Irvine, a papal chaplain, 17, 66.

Clerk, Clarke, John, vicar of Adderbury, 41.
-, -, John, layman, 303.
-, -, Nicholas, rector of Spofforth, counsellor of Henry, earl of Northumberland, 41.
-, -, Philip, alias Rosse, clerk, 344.
-, -, Richard, bishop of Ross in Ireland, a suffragan of the archbishop of Canterbury, holding the rectory of Shoreham in Kent in commendam, 109.
-, -, Roger, the elder, layman, 286.
-, -, -, the younger, layman, 286.
-, -, William, vicar of Blockley, 123.

Clerkenwell, Clerkynwell [London], Hospitallers priory, 3.

Cleveland [co. York, N.R.], William, archdeacon of. See Duffeld.

Cley next the Sea [co. Norfolk]. See Clay.

Cley, Cockley [co. Norfolk]. See Clay.

Cley, John, priest, 318.
-, -, -, Catherine his mother, 318.
-, -, -, Margaret Wemer and Beatrice his sisters, 318.

Clgyne (rectius Elgyne). See Elgin.

Cliachcellaigli. See Beagh.

Clifford, Clyfford, Thomas, knight, 244.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 244.

Clifton, Cliftan, John, knight, 302.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 302.
-, -, Richard, layman, 370.
-, -, -, his wife, 370.
-, -, Clyfton, Robert de, layman, 238.
-, -, -, Alice his wife, 238.
-, -, Clyfton, William, donsel, 369.
-, -, -, his wife, 369.

Clifton Campville, Clistoncampville (rectius Cliftoncampville), Clystoncampvil (rectius Clyftoncampvil), [co. Stafford], 10.

Clocnaflotuath, dio. Clonfert, 354.

Clogher [co. Tyrone], bishop of, papal mandatary, 97, 142, 324, 325.
-, -, -, provision of a benefice in the patronage of, 19.
-, -, Peter, bishop of. See Macguire.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 15, 139, 140, 291, 396.
-, -, Odo, dean of. See Olucharean.
-, -, Patrick, dean of. See Mackagyrr.
-, -, Philip, dean of. See Omolunoyr.
-, -, dean and chapter of, provision of a benefice in the patronage of, 19.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 16, 90, 397, 450.
-, -, John, archdeacon of. See Mackamail.
-, -, Maurice, archdeacon of. See Macmagnussa.
-, -, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 401.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 91–93, 193.
-, -, canons of. See Macgillacosghy; Mackamail; Macmegeanaich; Macreuair; Magrath; Maguyr; Ocarbri; Ohanrautdyd; Olergassa (Magonius and Maurice); Osychighi,
-, -, Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 362.
-, -, -, Cornelius, abbot of. See Oconnaluyd.
-, -, -, Patrick, abbot of. See Odangussa; Omoluger.
-, -, -, canons of, 324.
-, -, Patrick Odangussa of, clerk. See Odangussa.

Clonamery, Clonhymyry [co. Kilkenny], a prebend in Osory, 504.

Clonard, Clunard, Cuoynard, Clwanarde [co. Meath], Augustinian abbey of SS. John and Peter, abbot of, papal mandatary, 331, 341, 346.
-, -, -, James, abbot of. See Dalton.
-, -, -, Peter, abbot of. See Baston.
-, -, -, Raynaldus, abbot of, 222.
-, -, -, canon of, 222.
-, -, rectory of St. Finian's, 394.

Clonbern, Bothkyarayn alias Cluanbirand [co. Galway], 24.

Clonbroney, Cluainbronardh [co. Longford], vicarage of, 429.

Clonchaey (rectius Clonchaen). See Clonkeen.

Cloncurry, Cloncurrey [co. Kildare], vicarage of, 496.

Clondagad, Cluondagad, Cluoyndagad [co. Clare], vicarage of, 257, 262, 275, 582.
-, -, prebend of, 276, 386, 549, 582.

Clones, Cluancoys (rectius Cluaneoys), Cluanoys, Cluaneoys, Cluaneyes [cos. Fermanagh and Monaghan], Augustinian abbey of SS. Peter and Paul, abbot of, papal mandatary, 86.
-, -, vicarage of St. Tierney's, 91, 140, 193.

Clonfeacle, Chuaynfyachna (rectius Cluaynfyachna), Cluainfiecla, Cluaynfyachna, Cluoynfechana [cos. Armagh and Tyrone], church of St. Jarlath, St. Yrlatheus, rectory of, a prebend of Armagh, 97, 98, 142, 581.
-, -, vicarage of, 292.

Clonfert [co. Galway], bishop of, exaction of procurations by, 355.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 492.
-, -, bishop and chapter of, papal provision of a benefice in the patronage of, 537.
-, -, John, bishop of. See White.
-, -, Thomas, bishop of. See O'Kelly.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 15, 129, 430.
-, -, Carbricus, dean of. See MacEgan.
-, -, Donatus, dean of. See Omuriga.
-, -, Fergallus, dean of. See MacEgan.
-, -, Thomas, dean of. See MacEgan; Olongayn.
-, -, dean, archdeacon and chapter of, 211, 495.
-, -, archdeacon of, exaction of procurations by, 355.
-, -, -, papal mandatary, 25, 167, 389, 403.
-, -, James, archdeacon of. See Obrogayd.
-, -, Malachy, archdeacon of. See Omadagayn.
-, -, Thady, archdeacon of. See O'Kelly.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 25.
-, -, James, official of. See Obrogayd.
-, -, canons of. See Maceochayd; MacEgan; Obrogayd; Ocallanayn; Ocluan; Ohaucond; O'Kelly; Omurregayd; Osyridean.
-, -, Augustinian abbey of St. Mary de Portu Puro, William, abbot of. See Omadeyn.
-, -, intimidation in the city and diocese of, 537, 538.

Clonhymyry. See Clonamery.

Clonkeehan, Cluaincaethyn [co. Louth], vicarage of, 292, 293.

Clonkeen, Cluacaen Caeryll, Clonchaey (rectius Clonchaen), [co. Galway], Franciscan house of, 199, 211, 212 note.

Clonloghan, Cluenlochan, Clouynlocharyn [co. Clare], rectory of, 404, 438.

Clonmacnoise [King's County], bishop of, papal mandatary, 16, 110, 132, 195, 263, 325, 331, 347, 348, 373, 399, 437, 550.
-, -, bishop and chapter of, papal provisions of benefices in the gift of the, 551, 553.
-, -, Cormac, bishop of. See MacCoughlan.
-, -, John, bishop of. See O'Daly.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 226, 263, 553.
-, -, Cornelius, archdeacon of. See Orodechayn.
-, -, Hyllarius, archdeacon of. See Omaleachaynd.
-, -, canons of. See Ocharneayn; Omaleachaynd.

Clonmany, Cluainmanni [co. Donegal], 17.

Clonpurgis, vicarage de See Clooney.

Clonrosgormayn, dio. Clonfert, 354.

Clonthuasgert Omayne, Clonthuasgerat Omayne. See Clontuskert Omanny.

Clontibret, Cluayntibrut alias Tellachgelagan [co. Monaghan], parish church of St. Dachalmog, 16, 17.

Clontuskert Omanny, Clonthuasgert Omayne, Clonthuasgerat Omayne, Clonynthuasgert, Cluanttuascertomane [co. Galway], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, of the Order of Arrouaise, prior and convent of, privileges to, 354, 355.
-, -, -, John, prior of. See O'Kelly.
-, -, -, Odo, prior of. See O'Kelly.
-, -, -, Thomas I and II, priors of. See O'Kelly.
-, -, -, canon of, 525.
-, -, rectory and vicarage of the parish of, 354.

Clooney, de Clonpurgis [co. Clare], 14.

Cloonoghill, Cluncocoll [co.Sligo], vicarage of, 395.
-, -, with Kilvarnet, a prebend in Achonry, 395.

Cloontuskert, Cloyntwaskertanasynna, Cluartuascarta (rectius Cluantuascarta) Nasynna, Cluaintuasgertha Nassinna, Cluaintuasgerthanassinna [co. Roscommon], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 153, 179, 180, 427.
-, -, -, canons of, 269, 270.

Closeburn, Closbern [co. Dumfries], vicarage of, 357.

Clothall, Clothale [co. Herts], hospital or chapel of St. Mary Magdalen, 587.

Clouynlocharyn. See Clonloghan.

Cloyne [co. Cork], bishop and diocese of. See Cork and Cloyne.
-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 188, 533, 550.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 74.
-, -, Andrew, chancellor of. See Ponson.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 359.
-, -, chapter of, 74.
-, -, canon of. See Olyga.

Cloyntwaskertanasynna. See Cloontuskert.

Cluacaen Caeryll. See Clonkeen.

Cluainbronardh. See Clonbroney.

Cluaincaethyn. See Clonkeehan.

Cluainfiecla. See Clonfeacle.

Cluainmanni. See Clonmany.

Cluaintuasgertha Nassinna, Cluaintuasgerthanassinna. See Cloontuskert.

Cluanbirand alias Bothkyarayn. See Clonbern.

Cluancoys (rectius Cluaneoys), Cluaneoys, Cluaneyes, Cluanoys. See Clones.

Cluanttuascertomane. See Clontuskert Omanny.

Cluartuascarta Nasynna. See Cloontuskert.

Cluayn. See Magheracloone.

Cluaynfyachna. See Clonfeacle.

Cluayntibrut alias Tellachgelagan. See Clontibret.

Cluenlochan. See Clonloghan.

Cluncocoll. See Cloonoghill.

Cluny [Saône-et-Loire, France], abbot of, 421.
-, -, Robert, abbot of, 476, 576.

Cluoynard. See Clonard.

Cluoyndagad. See Clondagad.

Cluoynfechana. See Clonfeacle.

Clwanarde. See Clonard.

Clyff, Thomas, layman, 315.

Clyfford. See Clifford.

Clyfton. See Clifton.

Clyppesby, Robert, donsel, 163.

Clyst (Honiton) [co. Devon], parish church of St. Michael, 478.

Clystoncampvil (rectius Clyftoncampvil). See Clifton Campville.

Cnocracha, St. Patrick's, in the diocese of Ardagh [? in Clonbroney, co. Longford], 96.

Cnog'. See Knigh.

Cobcot. See Cop Court.

Cobham, Eleanor, duchess of Gloucester, 4, 67.

Coca, Master John Didaci de, papal chaplain and auditor, 273, 544.

Cockington, Cokynton [co. Devon], chapel of, 454.

Cockley Cley [co. Norfolk]. See Clay.

Cocte, William, rector of Livermere and Horningsheath, 235.

Codeworth, John, sacrist of Glastonbury, 469.

Codlyng, Robert, lord of Cornel in Harwich, 517.
-, -, Thomas, rector of Hengham, 284, 307.

Codyrstok. See Cotterstock.

Cogeyn, William, rector of Northmoor, chaplain of Richard, earl of Warwick, 64.

Cokesey, Hugh, knight, 313.
-, -, -, Alice his wife, 313.

Coket, William, clerk, 261.

Cokowchirche [in Wedgnock Park in St. Mary's, Warwick], chapel of, 119.

Cokynton. See Cockington.

Cokys, Richard, 368.

Colaton Raleigh, Coleton Ralegh' [co. Devon], 588.

Colbanton. See Covington.

Colbrok. See Colebrooke; Colnbrook.

Colchester [co. Essex], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 186.
-, -, William, archdeacon of. See Duffeld.
-, -, Augustinian priory of St. Botolph, John, prior of. See Deeping.
-, -, Benedictine abbey of St. John the Baptist, abbot of, papal mandatary, 110.
-, -, -, monk of, 271.
-, -, parish church of St. Mary, 121, 122.

Colden. See Cowdon.

Coldingham, Coldinghame, Coldyncgam [co. Berwick], Benedictine priory, a cell of Durham, dispute as to the appointment of prior, 298.
-, -, -, charters of, 457.
-, -, -, confirmation to Durham, 456.
-, -, -, prior of, patronage of, 441.
-, -, -, John, prior of. See Oll.

Colebrooke, Colbrok [co. Devon], vicarage of, 246.

Coleton. See Colaton.

Colini, John, rector of Orgères, proctor at the Roman Court, 41.

Colinton [co. Edinburgh]. See Hailes.

Coll [Argyll], vicarage of St. Finioga in, 338.

Collebaum, Colleboum de Obracayn. See Kilmurry.

Collis Victorie, abbey of. See Knockmoy.

Colman, John, rector of Funton, 562.

Colnbrook, Colbrok [co. Middlesex], 303.

Cologne [Rheinland, Germany], Augustinian friars' province of, 30 note.

Colonna, Oddo. See Cardinal deacons (St. George's in Velabro).
-, -, Prospero. See Cardinal deacons (St. George's in Velabro).

Colpyt, 3.

Colstone, Thomas, notary public, 162, 163.

Comborn, Peter, bishop of Chartres, afterwards of Evreux, 319 note.

Comkerwyn. See Cwm Cerwyn.

Commacniculi, prebend of. See Killabegs.

Commacnimara. See Connemara.

Compostella. See Santiago.

Compton, Compton and Berwyk [co. Sussex], 3.

Compton, John, priest, 365.

Concaid, Beanmuan ingin, 574.

Concordia [Veneto, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 571.

Concubayr, Dirborgail ynge, 178.
-, -, Hanorina ni y, 236.
-, -, Laserina ni y, 236.
-, -, See also Macconnchur; Oconchubair.

Condulmarus, Francis. See Cardinal priests (St. Clement's).

Cong, Concha [co. Galway], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 55, 86, 87, 143, 355, 381, 392, 525.
-, -, -, John, abbot of. See Burgo.
-, -, -, canons of, 214, 508.

Conmacniculi, Commacniculi (i.e7. Conmaicne Cuile, or the barony of Kilmaine) [co. Mayo], prebend of small churches of, in Tuam. See Killabegs.

Connell, Great, Connall, Connayl [co. Kildare], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, prior of, papal mandatary, 219.
-, -, -, canons of, 218, 219.

Connemara, Commacnimara, Conmacnimara [co. Galway], prebend of. See Killabegs.

Connor [co. Antrim], bishop of, papal mandatary, 97.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 493.
-, -, Magonius, archdeacon of. See Ogillamur.
-, -, intimidation in the city and diocese of, 92, 529.

Conradus. See Ciremberg.

Constantinople, city of, 519.

Convinth, Conwa, Conway [united with Kiltarlity, co. Inverness], vicarage of, 447, 505.

Conwal, Cunduail [co. Donegal], 17, 18.

Conway. See Convinth.

Conyngham, William de, master of the hospital of Polmadie, 546.

Coolavin and Ranna. See Kilfree.

Coolcor, de Culcorro [in Ballyburly parish, King's Co.], rectory of, 330, 399.

Cop Court, Cobcot [parish of Aston Rowant, co. Oxford], 233.

Copinylle, Thomas, layman, 165, 166,
-, -, -, Marjory his daughter, 165, 166.

Copleston. See Copplestone.

Copleston, John, layman, 314.
-, -, -, Elizabeth his wife, 314.
-, -, Thomas, clerk, 251.

Copley, Cople [co. York, W.R.], 306.

Copmanthorpe, Copyngthorp [co. York, W.R.], 3.

Copplestone, Copleston [co. Devon], 314.
-, -, See also Copleston.

Copyngthorp. See Copmanthorpe.

Corcomroe, de Petrafertili [in Abbey parish, co. Clare], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 173, 346.
-, -, -, John, abbot of. See Iiombarg.

Corft, John, donsel, 365.
-, -, -, Catherine his wife, 365.

Cork [co. Cork], bishop of. See Cork and Cloyne.
-, -, John, dean of. See Walsh.
-, -, Richard, dean of. See Pellyne.
-, -, James, precentor of. See Lowe.
-, -, William, precentor of. See Skiddi.
-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 173, 197.
-, -, chapter of, papal provision of benefices in the gift of, 173.
-, -, canons of. See Canty; Omachamna; Omurhule; Walsh.
-, -, citizens of, 242.
-, -, Gill, de Antro Sancti Fynnbarri, Fymbarri, Augustinian abbey abbot of, papal mandatary, 170, 173, 197.

Cork and Cloyne [co. Cork], bishop of, papal mandatary, 65, 66, 70, 114, 137, 497, 537.
-, -, Jordan, bishop of. See Purcell.

Cornard', John, an Augustinian canon, 355.

Cornel in Harwich [co. Essex], 517.

Corneworthy. See Cornworthy.

Cornwall, 286.

Cornwood [co. Devon]. See Fardel.

Cornworthy, Corneworthy [co. Devon], Augustinian nunnery, nun of, 309.

Coron [Greece], Christopher, bishop of. See Garatoni.

Corradus. See Ciremberg.

Corran, Dachorand and Mota [co. Sligo], rectory of, 361.

Corraun, Corran [in Kildacommoge, co. Mayo], vicarage of, 185.

Corsreguele. See Crossraguel.

Corstorphine, Corstorfin [co. Edinburgh], collegiate church, provost of, papal mandatary, 566.
-, -, chapel of, 566.

Cortesiis, A. de, 505, 512, 529, and passim.

Cossa, Baldassar. See John XXIII.

Coste, Richard, canon of St. Martin's-le-Grand, London, 161.

Cotle, near Melrose [co. Roxburgh], 413.

Cotom, John, vicar of Kirkham, 370.

Cotom alias Coton, Robert, layman, 304.
-, -, -, his wife, 304.

Coton, Roger, prior of Coventry, 424.

Cotterstock, Codyrstok [co. Northants], chapel of St. Leonard, 63.

Cottingwith, East, Cotyngwith, Esecotyngwt (rectius Estcotyngwt) [co. York, E.R.], 254, 538.
-, -, West, Cotyngwith, Wesecotyngwt, (rectius Westcotyngwt), Westcotyngwt [co. York, E.R.], 254, 538, 539.

Cotyfe, or Thaini, James, prior of St. John Baptist's, Dublin, 221.

Cotyngwith. See Cottingwith.

Coull, Cowle, Cowlle [co. Aberdeen], vicarage of, 499, 500 note.

Coupland [Cumberland], deanery of, 480.

Courtenay, George, a Friar Minor, 103.
-, -, Thomas, earl of Devon, 221, 562.
-, -, -, Margaret his wife, 238, 313, 315.

Coutances [Manche, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 318, 431, 434, 513.
-, -, Giles, bishop of. See Duremort.
-, -, John, bishop of. See Castiglioni.

Coventry [co. Warwick], Benedictine cathedral priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 262.
-, -, -, Roger, prior of. See Coton.
-, -, -, William, prior of. See Brythwalton.
-, -, -, prior and convent of, 424.
-, -, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 567.
-, -, Roger, archdeacon of. See Walle.
-, -, (i.e. Lichfield), canon of. See Stucle.
-, -, See Spon.
-, -, and Lichfield, See of. See Lichfield.

Covington, Colbanton [co. Lanark], James Lindissay of, canon of Glasgow, papal mandatary, 466.
-, -, See also Lindsay.

Cow, Honeybourne, Honybornia [co. Glouc.], 279.

Cowdon, Colden [in Neilston parish, co. Renfrew], 535.

Cowle, Cowlle. See Coull.

Cowper, Thomas, priest, 306.

Coychurch, Choychurche, Coychurche [co. Glamorgan], 5.

Crachy. See Craichie.

Craforde, William. See Crawford.

Craichie, Crachy [parish of Dunnichen, co. Forfar], 385.

Crakschillde, Thomas, an Augustinian canon, 206.

Crag, Richard, vicar of Dundee, member of the household of James II, king of Scots, 100.

Cragfergows. See Carrickfergus.

Craigie, Cragy [co. Ayr], vicarage of, 139.

Crainach, Cramach. See Crannach.

Cranbrook [co. Kent]. See Bettenham.

Cranewys, Thomas, 304.

Crankard, dio. Norwich, 366.

Cranke, Richard, priest, 366.

Crannach, Carnach, Crainach, Cramach, David, David de, dean, chancellor and canon of Brechin, canon of Aberdeen, Dunbar and Dunkeld, rector of Tannadice, 11, 12, 23, 27, 51, 52, 83, 84, 93, 105, 106, 143, 145, 320, 463, 490.
-, -, John, John de, bishop of Brechin, 94, 101, 102, 106, 131, 145, 320, 401,
-, -, -, Robert, Robert de, clerk, his brother, precentor and canon of Brechin, 101, 102, 142, 320.
-, -, -, -, chancellor of Dunblane, 131.
-, -, -, -, vicar of Montrose in the diocese of Brechin, afterwards of Monikie in the same diocese, 46.

Crawford, Craufurde, Archibald, vicar of Crawford Lindsay, 38.
-, -, earl of, kinsman of. See Ogilvi (David).
-, -, Craforde, William, canon of Aberdeen, rector of Duris, 509.

Crawford, Craufurde Lindsay[co. Lanark], 38.

Creake, North, Crek, Creyk [co. Norfolk], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary de Pratis, abbot and convent of, 78.
-, -, -, canon of, 274.

Crecon'. See Crediton.

Crech, Creych, Richard de, papal chaplain, rector of Kilmany, 50, 539.

Crediton, Crecon', Criditon [co. Devon], collegiate church of Holy Cross, canons of. See Hill; Lercedekyn; Newcomme; Risshton.

Creff. See Crieff.

Creich, Creych [co. Fife], 26.
-, -, See Crech.

Creighton. See Crychton.

Cremonensibus, Jo. de, 589.

Cressing (Temple), Cressyng [co. Essex], Hospitallers' preceptory, 3.

Cressingham, Cressyngham, Great [co. Norfolk], 483.

Crete. See Candia.

Cretynge, Thomas, an Augustinian canon, 411.

Crewkerne, Curkern [co. Somerset], parish church of, 56.

Creych, Richard de. See Crech.
-, -, See Creich.

Creyk. See Creake.

Criditon. See Crediton.

Crieff, Creff [co. Perth], parish church of, 441.

Cristini, John, rector of Tarvit, 441, 542.
-, -, Malcolm, canon of Argyll, 13.

Cristoforus, papal registers rubricated by. See Fidelis.

Croagh, Crochin [co. Limerick], prebend of, 550.

Croft, Thomas, layman, 587.
-, -, -, Joan his wife, 587.

Croftis, dio. Norwich, 587.

Croir, Crorc, Walter, vicar of Shrule, 167.

Croisbuatain. See Crossboyne.

Cromwell, Cromwelle, Ralph, knight, 159–165, 242.
-, -, -, his wife, 242.

Cromwell Bottom, Cromwellbotham [in Southowram, co. York], 306.

Croom, Croma, Cromay [co. Limerick], rectory, 199, 522.
-, -, vicarage, 534.

Cropwell, Crophille Bishop [co. Notts.] with Oxton (q.v.), a prebend in Southwell, 82.

Crorc. See Croir.

Cros Colin [in Clonkeen, q.v.], 211, 212 note.

Crosconayll. See Crossconnell.

Cross. See Crossmolina.

Crossboyne, Croisbuatain [co. Mayo], rectory of, 428.

Crossconnell, Crosconayll [a townland in the parish of Clontuskert Omanny, co. Galway], 354.

Crossmolina, Crusmolina, Crossmanlina, Crosmulyna, Cross [co. Mayo], vicarage of, 151, 152, 274.
-, -, Augustinian priory of St. Mary, a cell of the priory of St. Thomas the Martyr, Ballybeg, Mulerus, prior of. See Bared.
-, -, -, Robert, prior of. See Dundonall.
-, -, -, canons of, 4, 459.
-, -, -, indulgence for visits to, 460.

Crossraguel, Corsraguel, Corsregole, Corsreguele [co. Ayr], Cluniac abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 49, 548, 568.

Crowche, John, an Augustinian friar, chaplain to Henry, earl of Northumberland, 73, 215.

Croweherst. See Crowhurst.

Crowdane. See Cruden.

Crowhurst, Croweherst [co. Sussex], a prebend in Hastings, 114.

Crowland. See Croyland.

Croxton [co. Leicester], Premonstratensian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 570.

Croyland [co. Lincoln], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 333.
-, -, -, monk of, 221.

Croys, William, prior of Fore, 213.
-, -, See Cruys.

Croyser, William, acolyte of the pope, archdeacon of Teviotdale, adherent of the council of Basel, 174, 443, 565.

Cruden, Crowdane [co. Aberdeen], prebend of, 509.

Crusmolina. See Crossmolina.

Cruylles, Francis de, papal chaplain and auditor, 49, 135.

Cruys, William, canon of Dublin, 70, 115, 116.
-, -, See Croys.

Crychton, Elizabeth de, 72, 73.

Cryps, John, layman, 233.
-, -, -, Alice his wife, 233.

Cuilofind. See Coolavin.

Culase. See Collace.

Culcoiro. See Coolcor.

Culdea. See Ballynakill.

Culfada, a prebend in Clonfert, 345, 391.

Culham, Culneham [co. Oxford], sanctuary at, 282.

Cullompton, Cullyngton [co. Devon], vicarage of, 573.

Culmac. See Golspie.

Culneham. See Culham.

Culofynd. See Coolavin.

Culross, Culros [co. Perth], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 296.
-, -, -, John, abbot of, 349.
-, -, -, Laurence, abbot of, a papal minor penitentiary and an honorary papal chaplain, 207, 350.
-, -, -, Robert, abbot of, 349.
-, -, -, John, cellarer of. See Ellem.
-, -, -, monk of, 326.

Culter, Cultir [co. Lanark], church of, 466.

Cults, Qwilt [co. Fife], 22.

Cumnock, Cummok [co. Ayr], 39.

Cumpton, Thomas, vicar of Chew Magna, chaplain to John, bishop of Bath and Wells, 79.

Cunduail. See Conwall.

Cunky alias Okassyn. See Quin.

Cupar [co. Fife], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 45, 90, 131, 208, 320, 415, 491, 505, 531.
-, -, -, monks of, 48, 226, 352, 419.
-, -, vicarage of, 289.
-, -, See also Tarvit.

Curkern. See Crewkerne.

Curowr, Alexander, priest, 437.
-, -, Henry, priest, 436.

Curry, North, Northcory [co. Somerset], vicarage of, 511.

Curyton, South. See Cheriton Bishop.

Cuwerdys. See Swords.

Cwm Cerwyn, Comkerwyn in Monachlogddu [co. Pemb.], 454.

Cwmdû, Llanfihangel Genew'r Glyn, S. Michael de Castello Walteri [co. Brecon], 85.

Cyllmeoirmoir. See Kilmainmore.

Cyllmoir Nasinna. See Kilmore.

Cyprianus [de Pistorio], 20 et passim.

Cyrecarbry See Cairbre Gabhrain.