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'Index of Persons and Places: C', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 11: 1455-1464 (1921), pp. 723-742. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103783 Date accessed: 25 October 2014.


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C., papal register rubricated by, 318.

Caas, Thomas, rector of the parish church of St. John the Baptist, Gloucester, dispensations to, 124, 140.

Cabilonen [sis]. See Chalon-surSaône.

Cacasteltunmageuel (rectius Casteltunmageuel). See Castlemagner.

Cadder, Cader [co. Lanark], vicarage of, with the annexed chapel of Conclud, 429.

Cade, James, rector of Earl Soham, and chaplain of the duke of Norfolk, dispensation to, 151.

Cader. See Cadder.

Cadeti , Cadoti, Jo [hannes], 300, 301.

-, -, clerk, of the diocese of Saintes, an abbreviator of apostolic letters, substituted proctor of Roderick Maccreagh, abbot of Clare, 73.

Cadiz [Spain], official of, papal mandatary, 387.

Cadzow. See Hamilton.

Cadzow, David, precentor of Glasgow, vicar-general in spirituals of the chapter of Glasgow, collation made by, 335.

-, Cadzou, John, layman, a litigant in a testamentary suit, 258, 259.

-, -, Margery, his mother, sometime wife of Gilbert Sancher, 258.

-, -, father of. See Cadzow, William.

-, Cadzou, William, layman, one of the executors of the will of Margery late wife of Gilbert Sancher, 258.

-, -, father of John Cadzou, testamentary suit concerning the property of, 258–9.

Caen [Calvados, France], university of, founding of, 287 note.

Caesaris de Senis . See Cesari de Senis.

Caher, Inisdasleioueg alias the parcels of Cahyirbreslean and Kylldacom and Kyillymunelleach, Kathyr Brislayn alias Ynysdasliauag, [co. Kerry], rectory of, 213.

-, vicarage of, 337.

Cairnie, co. Aberdeen. See Ruthven.

Caithness, Cathanen [sis], [Scotland], bishop of, collation and provision made by, 246.

-, -, resignation made to, 246.

-, -, statute in favour of, 616, 617.

-, Gilbert bishop of. See St. Gilbert.

-, William bishop of. See Moodie.

-, John dean of. See de Ferne.

-, Patrick dean of. See Fraser.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 476.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 320, 458.

-, John precentor of. See Kennocheson, and Wyly.

-, Thomas treasurer of. See Tulach.

-, William treasurer of. See Tulach.

-, canons of. See Mowat, William; Tulach, Andrew.

-, de facto canon of. See Kinnard, James.

-, chapter of, statute in favour of, 616, 617.

-, prebend in. See Canisbay.

-, clergy of, statute in favour of, 616, 617.

-, deanery of Dornoch, the cathedral church of the diocese of, 458.

-, diocese of, character of the inhabitants of, 288.

-, -, competent judges in a certain cause not to be had elsewhere than in, 288.

Calahorra, Calagurrican [us], Calagurritan [us], diocese of, archdeaconry in. See Biscay.

Calais, Calisia, opidum Calisie [Pas de Calais, France,] parish church of St. Mary, chapel of SS. Mary and Thomas the Martyr in, belonging to the merchants of the Staple there, 535.

-, -, rectory of, 573, 591.

-, parish church of St. Peter without the walls of, and the chapel of St. Mary therein, indulgence to persons giving alms for the rebuilding etc. of, 582.

-, brethren, mayor and constable of the society of the merchants of the Staple in, indult to, 535.

-, Lewis Lonham of, 593.

-, Richard Vhetehill of, 592.

Calandrini, Philip, cardinal priest of St. Laurence's in Lucina, the pope's penitentiary, 684.

Calco. See Kelso.

Calcroft, Ralph, vicar of Chesterfield, dispensation to, 655.

Caldbeck, Caldebek [co. Cumberland], rectory of, 554, 555.

Caldhame. See Arrat.

Caldor, John, late dean of Ross [in Scotland], 339.

Calisia . See Calais.

Calixtus III, 654, 682.

-, acolyte of. See Gele, John.

-, annulment of all unions and appropriations made by his predecessor which had not taken effect, made by, 67, 413.

-, appeal committed by, 537.

-, cause committed by, 418.

-, chamberlain of, mandate to, 26.

-, - See also Mezzarota Scarampi dell' Arena, Lewis.

-, chaplain of. See Potter alias Milam, Robert.

-, chaplain of, honorary. See Widerall, William.

-, collations and provisions made by, 371, 408, 418.

-, commission of, 402.

-, confessor and datary of. See Monteferrato, Cosmas de.

-, constitution of, exemplified, 234.

-, dispensations granted by, 372, 528, 554, 555, 557.

-, dispensation of, entered in a register of Pius II, 195.

-, death of, 679.

-, -, before disposing of a reserved dignity, 482.

-, -, before his letters of provision etc. were drawn up, 374, 375, 455, 550 note.

-, envoy of, to England. See Rochaprioris, Anthony de.

-, grant of, to Friars Minors of the Observance, 583, 584.

-, household of, members of. See Ferrarii, Antonius; Lax, John; Rochaprioris, Anthony de.

-, -, commensal members of, preference granted to, 184.

-, -, -, privileges of, 159.

-, -, - See also Clementis, Peter.

-, -, old continual members of, grant to, 182.

-, indult of, alleged, 554.

-, letters of, cancelled, 423.

-, -, quoted, 398.

-, -, imposing a tenth of all ecclesiastical benefices for resisting the Turks, 20.

-, -, obtained for false reasons, to be revoked, 380, 381.

-, -, requesting all Christian kings and peoples to defend the faith, 20.

-, letters of Nicholas V, cancelled by, 418, 422.

-, mandate of, 679.

-, money lent to, 26.

-, nuncio sent by, 387.

-, oath of fealty to, 2.

-, penitentiary of, major. See Capranica, Dominic de.

-, registers of, appointments made by Pius II wrongly registered in, 194 note.

-, -, letters and petitions removed from, 418, 423.

-, reservation of all benefices of members of cardinals' households, made by, 68.

-, reservation of all conventual dignities by, 202.

-, resignations made to, 211, 243, 257.

-, secretaries of. See Ferrarii, Michaelis; Johannis, Matheus; Lax, John.

-, subdeacons of. See Clementis, Vincent; Magni, Birgerus.

-, tenth imposed by Nicholas V confirmed by, 36.

-, John Valtrim travelling on business of, 5.

Callan, alias Kilbride, Ralbride [co. Kilkenny], rectory of, 393, 463, 464.

-, Patrick Purcell rector of, 443.

Callio , G. or G. de, 48, 116, 118, 119, 120, 121, 187, 188, 199, 220, 223, 233, 234, 237, 248, 251, 254, 263, 276, 286, 291, 300, 302, 304, 309, 321.

-, Jo. de, 688.

Calseto , vicarage de. See Templetogher.

Calthon (or Calton), Robert, alleged clerk, 120.

Calthorp [co. Norfolk], Alan Sares of, 225.

Calton. See Calthon.

Calwe, Nicholas, layman, of Norwich, indult to, 298.

-, -, Catherine his wife, 298.

Cambrai, Cameracen [sis], [Nord, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 447.

-, provost of, papal mandatary, 183.

Cambridge, Cantabrigia, [co. Cambridge], university of, chancellor of, exemption of King's College from the jurisdiction of, 540.

-, -, students of, 146, 146 note, 562, 665.

-, college or hall of the Annunciation of St. Mary, called ‘Gonvylhalle,’ warden or master of. See Bothe, John.

-, King's College, College of SS. Mary the Virgin and Nicholas, provost and scholars of, appropriation of sundry priories etc. to, 541, 542.

-, -, -, chest, seal, etc. of, 539, 540.

-, -, provost, scholars etc. of, 539, 541.

-, -, chapel and cemetary of, 540.

-, -, exemption of, from all jurisdiction, 540.

-, -, grants to, confirmed, 539–43.

-, -, indulgences to persons visiting, 540.

-, -, oblations made in, disposal of, 542.

Cambusnethan, Camnathane [co. Lanark], vicarage of, 256.

-, -, right of presentation to, 256.

Cameracen [sis]. See Cambrai.

Camerino, Camerinen [sis], [Italy], M. (sic), bishop of, correction made at the command of, 342 note.

Camerino , Jo. de, 39, 43, 45, 68, 112, 162, 186, 620, 673.

Cameron, John, bishop of Glasgow, charges against, 692, 693.

-, -, officials of. See Ayton, John; Penven, Robert.

-, -, resignations made to, 335 (bis).

-, Thomas, late a notary apostolic, a canon of Glasgow and prebendary of Govan, 210.

Camnathane. See Cambusnethan.

Campania, Martin, late bishop of Mayo, 309.

Canasbi. See Canisbay.

Candida Casa . See Whiteherne.

Candidus , P., Pe., P [e.], 2, 225, 226, 227, 281, 296.

Canewdon, Canweudon [co. Essex], vicarage of, 594.

Canisbay, Canasbi [co. Caithness], a prebend in Caithness, 476.

Canlochgeyle, Canlochgoyle. See Lochgoilhead.

Cannaway, Kennay and Macgundi, Raynach (sic) and Magindi [co. Cork], vicarage of, 314, 320.

Canon Island, Inesgat, Inisgad, Ynysgad [in Killadysert parish, co. Clare], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 73, 74, 303, 354, 415, 490.

Cant, Alan, late chancellor of St. Andrews, formerly rector of the hospital of Soutra, 447, 448.

Cantabrigia . See Cambridge.

Cantelowe, William, lord of Whipsnade, indult to, 226.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 226.

Canterbury, Cantuaria, Cantuariensis [co. Kent], province of, alleged clerks of, 121.

-, -, constitutions of, 9, 84, 106, 270.

-, -, constitution of, against bigamists acting as notaries public, 547.

-, -, court of, advocate of. See Wardale, John.

-, -, -, appeals to, 121, 598.

-, -, -, official of, sentences of, 271.

-, -, -, suit before, 271.

-, -, laymen of, 271.

-, -, legatus natus in. See Bourchier Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury.

-, -, suffragans of, 377.

-, archbishop of, benefices immediately subject to the jurisdiction of. See Lewes, St. Thomas a Becket in the Cliffe; Merstham; Monewden (sic); Risborough, Monks.

-, -, chaplain of. See Permenter, John.

-, -, commissary-general of. See Brodwell, David.

-, -, exemption of King's College, Cambridge, from the jurisdiction of, 540.

-, -, faculty to, 296.

-, -, papal letters to, 30, 358, 377.

-, -, papal mandatary, 64, 76, 87, 101, 120, 135, 178, 338, 411, 497, 529, 580, 650, 680.

-, -, petition of, 602.

-, -, rights of, in relation to the bishopric of Exeter, saved, 31.

-, -, rights of, in relation to the consecration of a bishop of Llandaff, saved, 359.

-, Henry archbishop of. See Chicheley.

-, John archbishop of. See Kempe.

-, Thomas archbishop of. See Becket; Bourchier; and St. Thomas the Martyr under ‘Dedications’ in the Subject Index.

-, archdeacons of, pension paid by, 471.

-, Thomas archdeacon of. See Chicheley.

-, archdeaconry of, pension on the fruits of, 471.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 478, 609.

-, rights and liberties of the church of, 156, 167.

-, Benedictine priory (cathedral) of Christchurch, benefices in the immediate jurisdiction of. See Latchingdon; Mayfield.

-, Benedictine abbey of SS. Peter and Paul and Augustine without the walls of, abbot of, 162.

-, -, -, faculties to, 161, 162.

-, -, -, grant to, 536.

-, -, George abbot of. See Penshurst.

-, -, James abbot of. See Sevenok.

-, -, abbot and convent of, indult to, 162.

-, -, prior of, 162.

-, -, prior and convent of, an abbot elected by, 68.

-, -, subprior of, 162.

-, -, convent of, papal letters to, 68.

-, -, -, petition of, 536.

-, -, monks of. See Bergge, John; London, John; Norgate, William; Sevenok, James.

-, -, the body of St. Augustine and many other saints preserved in, 536.

-, -, chapel in the infirmary of, 162.

-, -, immediate subjection of, to the Roman Church, 68.

-, -, licence to appoint confessors for persons visiting, to obtain indulgences, 536.

-, convent of Friars Minors in, brother of. See Cok, Thomas.

-, St. Thomas of. See under 'Dedications' in the subject Index.

-, Richard Gryffyth dwelling at, 296.

Canton, Richard, rector of Newport, co. Pembroke, and a clerk of the apostolic camera, dispensation and indult to, 544.

-, -, a canon of St. David's, and rector of Llandyssil, co. Cardigan, grant and indult to, 548.

Cantuaria , Cantuariensis. See Canterbury.

Cantuarien [sis], written in error for Cassellen [sis], 264 (bis).

-, written Lincolnien [sis] in error, 650 note.

Cantwell, John, archbishop of Cashel, sometime dean of Cashel, 49.

-, -, sometime archdeacon of Ossory, death of, 400 (bis).

-, -, union of benefices made by, 246.

-, Gantbell, Gautbell, Simon, late archdeacon of Cashel, 400.

Canweudon. See Canewdon.

Capobianco , Raynaldus, Raynaldis, Raymundus de, of Naples, a scriptor of the papal Camera and a canon of Conza, papal registers rubricated by, 388 note, 392 note, 398 note, 419 note, 431 note, 437 note.

-, -, clerical error in Rubricelle made by, 438.

-, - See also Neapoli, Rainaldus de.

Cappagh, Ceapach [co. Tyrone], rectory of, 275.

Capranica, Angelus, bishop of Rieti, regent of the penitentiary, 682.

-, Dominic de, cardinal deacon of St. Mary's in Via Lata, afterwards cardinal priest of St. Cross in Jerusalem, major penitentiary of Calixtus III, 101.

-, -, an executor of the will of William de Esculo, 155.

-, Nicholas, sometime a writer of apostolic letters, 550 note.

Carcassonne, Aude, France. See Grèzes.

Cardinal:—

Bishop—

St. Rufina's. See Kempe, John, archbishop of Canterbury.

Priests—

St. Balbina's. See Kempe, John.

St. Cecilia's. See Fortiguerra, Nicholas de.

St. Clement's. See Castillione, John de.

St. Crisogonus'. See Cerda, Anthony de la; Piccolominibus, Jacobus de.

St. Cross in Jerusalem. See Capranica, Dominic de.

St. Eusebius'. See Beaufort, Henry; Oliverii, Richard.

St. Laurence's in Damaso. See Mezzarota Scarampi dell' Arena, Lewis.

St. Laurence's in Lucina. See Calandrini, Philip.

St. Mark's. See Barbus, Peter.

St. Martin's in Montibus. See d'Estouteville, William; Gaufridi, John.

St. Peter's ad Vincula. See Cusa, Nicholas de.

St. Praxed's. See Coetivy, Alan de.

St. Sixtus'. See Turrecremata, John de.

(title not specified). See Cavalchini, Charles Albert Guidobono.

deacons—

St. Angelo's. See Carvajal, John.

SS. Cosmas and Damian's. See Porta, Ardicinus de.

St. George's in Velabro. See Columna, Prosper de.

St. Mary's in Via Lata. See Capranica, Dominic de.

St. Nicholas' in Carcere Tulliano. See LanzolBorja, Rodrigo de.

Cardinals, 184.

-, consent of, to the imposition of a tenth, 401.

Cardross, Cardros [co. Dumbarton], a prebend in Glasgow, 34.

Carent, Nicholas, dean of Wells, rector of Huntspill and of Shepton Mallet, secretary of Margaret, queen of England, sometime rector of Symondsbury, dispensation etc. to, 184.

-, -, indult to, 298.

Carleti, Alexander. See Terleti.

Carleton, Richard, of Newark, indult to, 514.

-, -, Elizabeth his wife, 514.

Carlisle, Karlionen [sis], [co. Cumberland], bishop of, alms to be paid to, as a penalty, 532.

-, -, papal mandatary, 374, 533.

-, -, sequestration made by, 533.

-, Marmaduke bishop of. See Lumley.

-, Ralph bishop of. See Ireton.

-, Augustinian priory (cathedral) of St. Mary, canons of. See Gudibouur, Thomas; Langkake, Richard; Thorpe, Robert.

-, -, a canon's portion in, 651.

Carluke (formerly Kirkforest), Foreste [co. Lanark], rectory of, 457.

Carmarthen, Karmadym [co. Carmarthen], Augustinian priory of St. John the Evangelist, canon of. See Smith, Owen.

Carmichael, Carmithale [co. Lanark], rectory of, 460, 461, 573.

-, -, patron of. See Douglas, George, earl of Angus.

Carnaby, Richard, rector of Bootle, dispensation to, 150.

Carnegy, Richard de, priest, indults to, 90, 100.

Carnisimile (rectius Carnismule) alias Kyrkymur (rectius Kyrkyinur or Kyrkynnir); Carnisinule alias de Kyrckyner; Carnisinule alias Kyrkynner; Carnismule alias Kyrkymur (rectius Kyrkyinur or Kyrkynnir); Carnismule alias Kirkynner; Carnismule alias Kyrkyuir (rectius Kyrkynir). See Kirkinner.

Carnoten [sis]. See Chartres.

Caroch, John, late archdeacon of Cashel, 400.

Carpentarii, Carpentarn, Christopher, late vicar of Treffgondern and a member of the household of John [Gaufridi] cardinal priest of St. Martin's in Montibus, 458 note.

Carpenter, John, bishop of Worcester, collation made by, 120.

-, -, deprivation made by, 132, 133.

-, -, faculty to, 229.

-, -, seal of, 232.

-, -, statutes and ordinance of, for the collegiate church of Westbury on Trym, confirmed and exemplified, 229–232.

Carrick, John, a canon of Dunbar and vicar of Kettle, to be archdeacon of Dunkeld, 25.

Carrigaline, Bever [co. Cork], vicarage of, 292, 293.

Carrington, Herington [co. Edinburgh], rectory of, 426.

Carstairs, Casseltaris, de castello de Taris, Casteltaris, Castilcaris, Castiltaris [co. Lanark], a prebend in Glasgow, 34, 334, 416, 449, 588, 588 note, 589.

Carvajal, John, cardinal deacon of St. Angelo's, papal legate to Germany, 36.

Carvile, Ralph, rector of Chilton Cantelo, dispensation to, 523.

Cary. See Castle Cary.

Casdara (rectius Easdara), abbey de. See Ballysadare.

Cashel, co. Longford. See Saints Island.

Cashel, Cassallensis, Cassellen [sis], [co. Tipperary], province of, 684.

-, archbishop of, appropriation and union of benefices confirmed by, 379.

-, -, papal letters to, 264, 340, 470.

-, -, papal mandatary, 199, 316, 344, 355, 472, 496, 499, 505, 509.

-, -, reservation of the deanery of Cashel to the gift of, 496.

-, -, rights of, in connection with the consecration of a bishop of Cork and Cloyne, saved, 474.

-, -, rights of, in connection with the consecration of a bishop of Limerick, saved, 264.

-, John archbishop of. See Cantwell.

-, Richard archbishop of. See O'Hedian.

-, Cornelius dean of. See Omulrony.

-, John dean of. See Cantwell; O'Hedian.

-, Matthew dean of. See Ogriffa.

-, Redmond dean of. See Baren.

-, litigants for the deanery of. See Ogriffa, Matthew; O'Hedian, John; Omulrony, Cornelius.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 316.

-, John late archdeacon of, See Caroch.

-, John archdeacon of. See O'Hedian.

-, John (son of Thomas) archdeacon of. See Richard alias O'Hedian.

-, Patrick archdeacon of. See Purcell.

-, Simon archdeacon of. See Cantwell.

-, Thomas archdeacon of. See Bylliam.

-, William archdeacon of. See Radcliff.

-, Redmond chancellor of. See Baren.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 344, 355.

-, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 316, 463, 465.

-, Richard treasurer of. See Offian.

-, canons of. See Ocormac, Dermit; Omulkere, Thomas; Omulriarden, William; Omulwardayn alias Obrothe, William; O'Quirk, Matthew.

-, prebend in. See Fennor.

-, city and diocese of, intimidation in, 49.

-, John O'Hedian of, 496.

-, Cornelius Omulrony of, 496.

Cassallensis , Cassellen [sis]. See Cashel, co. Tipperary.

Castelcome. See Castle Combe.

Casseltaris. See Carstairs.

Castell, Richard, clerk, indult to, 226.

-, -, to be a notary public. 281.

Castello , T. de, 35, 41, 373, 403, 410, 417, 421, 436, 441, 490, 590, 591, 592, 593, 594, 596, 599, 624, 669, 682, 683, 690.

Castello de Taris , prebend de. See Carstairs.

Casteltaris. See Carstairs.

Casteltunmaguel. See Castlemagner.

Castilcaris. See Carstairs.

Castile, Castella [Spain], members of the hospital of S. Spirito in, 82.

-, queen of, 605 note.

Castile and Leon, benefices of the Hospitallers in, 647 (bis).

Castiliono , L. de, 2 (bis), 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 30, 79, 83, 192, 193.

-, Castilliono, M. de, 548.

Castillione, John de, cardinal priest of St. Clement's, 68.

Castilliono . See Castiliono.

Castiltaris. See Carstairs.

Castle Cary, Cary [co. Somerset], vicarage of, 629.

Castle Combe, Castelcome [co. Wilts], rectory of, 515.

Castledermot, Tristolldiarmod [co. Kildare], convent of St. John the Baptist of the order of the Cruciferi, Thomas prior and the convent of, procurator appointed by, 576.

-, -, the parish churches of Muintir Murchada annexed to, 576.

Castlehaven, Glanberchayn [co. Cork], Cornelius O'Driscoll rector of, 298.

Castlemagner, Cacasteltunmageuel, Casteltunmaguel [co. Cork], vicarage of, 668, 669.

-, -, union of the vicarages of Subulter and Rosskeen to, 668, 669.

Castletownarra, Baleinkasleanara [co. Tipperary], rectory of, 420.

Castre, Edmund, a Friar Minor, dispensation to, 570.

Castro Dei , Castrodey, abbey de. See Fermoy.

Castronouo , Castronovo, vicarage de. See Newcastle, co. Wicklow.

Castropetri , vicarage of St. John the Baptist's de. See Monasteroris.

Castrum novum de Magronnagayn . See Newcastle, co. Wicklow.

Catalonia, Cathalonia [Spain], principality of, benefices of the Hospitallers in, 647 (bis).

-, -, papal nuncios in. See Poncius de Fouelleto, William; and Soler, John.

-, members of the hospital of S. Spirito in, 82.

Catania, Sicily, Cathanen [sis] (i.e. Caithness) probably mistaken for, 476.

Cateryk. See Catterick.

Catha , Jo., 63 note.

Cathalonia . See Catalonia.

Cathanen [sis]. See Caithness.

Cathanensis , possibly written in error as Catherensis, 257 note.

Cathanen [sis], probably interpreted as Catania instead of Caithness, 476.

Catheren [sis]. See Cattaro.

Cattaro, Catheren [sis], [Dalmatia], bishop of, papal mandatary, 257.

Catterick, Cateryk, [co. York, N.R.], parish church of, appropriated to the abbey of St. Mary without the walls, York, 197.

Cauda, a prebend in Kilmacduagh, 417.

Cauke, Thomas, vicar of Stoneleigh, dispensation to, 558.

Caulfeld. See Cranfield.

Caundell. See Bishop's Caundle.

Caunton, Master Richard, rector of Fugglestone, and a papal chaplain, decree and dispensation to, 587.

Caupolande (i.e. Coupland), Butill in. See Bootle.

Causton, Causton alias Relyng (? rectius Kelyng), Edmund, vicar of Kessingland, dispensations to, 574, 581.

Cavalchini, Cavalchinus, Charles Albert Guidobono, cardinal priest, papal register recovered by (A.D. 1750), 31 note.

Caveisrubeis, Peter de, late a papal chaplain and auditor, papal commissary, sentence of, 385.

Ceanard. See Kinard.

Ceapach. See Cappagh.

Cecestrensis , an error for Cestrensis, i.e. Chester (or Lichfield and Coventry), 359 note.

Celestine V, bull of, exemplified, 29.

Cella nigra , abbey de. See Londonderry.

Cella parva , abbey de. See Annaghdown.

Cellemor. See Kilmore.

Cencubwadenahe, St. Columba in. See Kilcolmkill.

Cenneith. See Kinneigh.

Cerda, Anthony de la, cardinal priest of St. Crisogonus', member of the household of. See Pingil, Robert.

-, -, petitions of, 46, 47.

Cerne, Serne [in Cerne Abbas parish, co. Dorset], Benedictine abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 536.

Cesaraugustan [us]. See Saragossa.

Cesari de Senis, Caesaris de Senis, Alexius, archbishop of Benevento, papal vice-chamberlain, new statutes for the English hospital, Rome, made by, revoked, 651, 652.

-, -, deputy of, 652.

-, -, oath taken before, 684.

Cesarinis, Master John de, a papal chaplain and auditor, papal commissary, 455, 456.

Cestrensis (i.e. Lichfield and Coventry), written Cistrensis, 599 note.

-, written Cecestrensis, 359 note.

-, written Cicestrensis, 359.

Ceuelles (rectius Cruelles). See Cruelles.

Chagford, Chaggeford [co. Devon], rectory of, 125, 126.

Chaloner, Thomas, priest, notary public, 138.

Chalon-sur-Saône, Cabilonen [sis], [Saône-et-Loire], diocese of, Cluniac abbey in, abbot of, papal mandatary, 559.

Chambre, William, priest, sometime rector of Olney, 383, 384.

Chanyn, Thomas, clerk, to be rector of Duniry, 486, 487.

Chapeleyn, John, priest, an Augustinian canon of Keynsham, dispensation to, 623.

Chapelrussell (or Pallaskenry), Rusell alias de Paleis [co. Limerick], rectory of the free chapel of, 254.

Chapman alias Bradenham, John, priest, indult to, 189 note, 190.

Charles VII, king of France, consent of, to the collection of a tenth from the clergy of France, 81.

-, petition of, 39.

-, realm of, 152.

-, reproached by the pope for refusing support to the crusade for the recovery of Constantinople, 81.

Charleton. See Charlton.

Charleton Makarell. See Charlton Mackrell.

Charlton, Charleton [in Henbury parish, co. Gloucester], a prebend in Westbury on Trym, 229.

Charlton Mackrell, Charleton Makarell [co. Somerset], rectory of, 154.

Charri . See Chiarri.

Chartres, Carnoten [sis], [Eure-etLoire, France], chancellor of, papal mandatary, 69, 416, 449.

Chaumbirlayn, John, priest, indult to, 121.

Chauntey, Thomas, rector of Aston Clinton, dispensation to, 646.

Chawmber, John, rector of Swindon, dispensation to, 105.

Chaworth, Thomas, knight, grant made by, 238.

Cheadle, Chedel [? co. Chester or Stafford], parish church of St. Laurence, rectory of, 166.

Cheddon Fitzpaine, Chedon [co. Somerset], rectory of, 517.

Chedel. See Cheadle.

Chedon. See Cheddon Fitzpaine.

Chedworth, John (1), bishop of Lincoln, a member of the Council of King Henry VI, indult to, 26.

-, -, institution made by, 396.

-, -, nephew of. See Chedworth, John (2), below.

-, -, petition of, 525.

-, -, suggested resignation of, and assignment of pension to, 557, 558.

-, Ehedworth, Shedworth, John (2), clerk, of London, a nephew of John [Chedworth], bishop of Lincoln, subsequently a subdeacon, archdeacon of Northampton, and a canon of Lincoln, dispensations to, 26, 371, 521, 523–4.

Chelsfield, Chellisfeld [co. Kent], parish church of St. Martin, rectory of, 531, 569.

Chera, Roba in. See Ballinrobe (N. of the river Robe).

Cherche, John. See Lesten.

Cheriton, Chiriton, Chiryton [co. Kent], rectory of, 90, 142.

Cheriton Bishop, co. Devon. See Treable.

Cheshire, Roger, rector of St. Mary Woolnoth, London, dispensation to, 615.

-, Chesshire, Roger, priest, rector of Boston, dispensation to, 650.

Chester [co. Chester], Benedictine abbey of St. Werburgh, immediately belonging to the Roman Church, abbot of, papal mandatary, 478.

-, -, John abbot of. See Salghall.

-, -, Richard abbot formerly claustral prior of. See Oldham.

-, -, convent of, election of a abbot by, 35.

-, -, convent etc. of, papal letters to, 35.

-, collegiate church of St. John, canon of. See Mason, Thomas.

-, parish church of St. Mary on the Hill, rectory of, 518 and corrigenda.

Chester, earl of. See Edward.

Chesterfield, Chesterfeld [co. Derby], vicarage of, 655.

Cheverell, Little [co. Wilts], rectory of, 178, 179.

Cheyne, Edward, clerk, dispensation to, 169.

-, -, rector of Deal, collation and dispensation to, confirmed, 355, 556.

Chiarri , Charri, Chiarry, Chiary, Chyarri, Chyarry, P. or P. de, 497, 500, 638, 648, 657, 658, 660, 661, 662, 664, 672, 673, 686.

Chicheley, Chichele, Henry, archbishop of Canterbury, constitution of, 547, 548.

-, -, inquiry made by authority of, 67.

-, Chuhele, Thomas, archdeacon of Canterbury, pension paid by, 471.

Chichester [co. Sussex], Adam bishop of. See Moleyns.

-, John bishop of. See Arundel.

-, Reginald bishop of. See Peacock.

-, John dean of. See Waynflete.

-, John archdeacon of. See Dogett.

-, John chancellor of. See Faukes.

-, canons of. See Faukes, John; Housbonde, David; Mathew, Thomas.

-, prebends in. See Hove Villa; Sidlesham.

-, clergy of the city and diocese of, papal letters to, omitted, 377 note.

-, people of the city etc. of, papal letters to, 377.

-, city and diocese of, inhabitants of, 530.

Chiellod, John, priest, commutation of vows of, and indult to, 366, 367.

Chilerua(n), (rectius Chileruan). See Kilcroan.

Chilham, Chyllam [co. Kent], John Rochfort vicar of, 362.

Chilton Cantelo, Chylton Cantelope [co. Somerset], rectory of, 523.

-, -, cure of souls of, 523.

Chilvers Coton, co. Warwick. See Arbury.

Chippenham, co. Wilts. See Stanley.

Chippenham, Thomas, rector of Orcheston St. Mary, Bigbury, and the chapel of Atworth, and chancellor of [George Nevill], bishop of Exeter, dispensation to, 652, 653, 653 note.

Chircher, Jasper, clerk, dispensation to, 164.

Chiriton. See Cheriton.

Chiriton Fitzpaine, Chiriton Fitzpayn [co. Devon], rectory of, 634.

Chiryton. See Cheriton.

Chiusi, Clusina [Italy], diocese of, Abbadia S. Salvatore in, q.v.

Chollerton, Chollyrton [co. Northumberland], vicarage of, 172.

Choragayn. See Ohoragayn.

Choro Benedicti , Choro [Sancti] Benedicti, abbey de. See Middleton.

Christchurch, Christchurch Twynham, Cristchirche, Twynham [co. Hants], Augustinian priory, canons of. See Arundel, Walter; Bayly, John.

-, -, chapel in, founded by Catherine Chydyok, 637.

-, -, indulgence to persons visiting etc., 636, 637.

-, -, numbers of the original foundation of, 636.

-, -, situation of, 636, 637.

-, -, impoverishment of, 637.

Chrysopolis. See Scutari.

Chuhele (rectius Chichele). See Chicheley.

Churchstanton, Chyustauniton [co. Devon], Thomas Modislegho rector of, 241.

-, Baggebear a hamlet in, 241.

Church Stretton, Stretton in Ledale [co. Salop], rectory of, 523.

Chvune, Chuune, John, clerk, to be a notary public, 281.

Chyarri , Chyarry. See Chiarri.

Chydyok, Catherine, relict of John Chydyok, knight, chapel founded by, 637.

-, -, executors of the will of, 637.

-, John, knight, will of, 637.

-, -, burial place of, 637.

Chyllam. See Chilham.

Chylton Cantelope. See Chilton Cantelo.

Chyustauniton. See Churchstanton.

Cicchinis . See Cichinis.

Cicestr [ensis], an error for Cestrensis, i.e. Chester (or Lichfield and Coventry), 359.

Cichinis , Cicchinis, Jo. de, 64, 74, 124, 125, 157, 165, 167, 169, 170, 173, 547, 552, 556, 557, 558.

Cillanabrenaynd; Cillavanbrenaynd (sic). See Killeenbrenan.

Cilldacomog. See Kildacommoge.

Cilleferbuidi. See Kilfarboy.

Cillmacuagyn. See Kilmacowen.

Cilluignata. See Kilbegnet.

Cimhy. See Quin.

Circhimgorn. See Cremorne.

Ciremberg , Cirenberg, Conradus, papal registers rubricated by, 205 note, 256 note.

Ciriacus , 510, 672.

Cistrensis rectius Cestrensis (i.e. Coventry and Lichfield), 599 note.

Cîteaux [Côte-d'Or, France], Cistercian abbey, abbot of, consent of, to the appointment of a co-adjutor by a Cistercian abbot, 388.

-, -, -, payment made by the abbey of CouparAngus to, 678.

-, -, John abbot of, powers of, as regards the deprivation and provision of the abbot of Old Deer, delegated to Thomas bishop in the universal church, 344.

Cività Castellana [province of Rome, Italy], diocese of, 40.

Clait, John, a canon of Aberdeen, and a canon of Brechin and prebendary of Glenbervie, sometime vicar of Cullen also, rehabilitation etc. of, ratified, 269.

Clankelly, Clayndkellaych Mycmokuanaych (rectius Micmolruanaych) alias Clayndacyga, Cunaci ruralis [a barony in co. Fermanagh], vicarage of the plebs of, 220, 221, 550.

-, Tierney (Tigernacius) late vicar of. See MacAneeny.

Clantwasgerait Omany. See Clontuskert.

Clare, de Forgeo, de Forgio alias de Clar [co. Clare], Augustinian abbey of SS. Peter and Paul, abbot of, papal mandatary, 415, 485, 490.

-, -, Matthew abbot of. See Maccray.

-, -, Roderick abbot of. See Maccray (cf. Macriey in Vol. X).

-, -, canons of. See Maccreayh, Matthew and Roderick.

Clare, barony of, co. Galway. See Muinter Murchada.

Clare [co. Suffolk], Augustinian friars' house, brother of. See Hetyngham, John.

Claro fonte , abbey de. See Macosquin.

Clatford, Upper, Clatford [co. Hants], rectory of, 578.

Clawllus, Nicholas, dean of Leighlin, resignation of, 272.

Claxby, Claxby by Normanby [in the parts of Lindsay, co. Lincoln], rectory of, 673.

Claybrooke, Great, Claybroke [co. Leicester], vicarage of, 27.

Clayndacyga. See Clankelly.

Clayndkellaych Mycmokuanaych (rectius Mycmolruanaych) alias Clayndacyga. See Clankelly.

Clayton, William, rector of Brixton, Isle of Wight, dispensation to, 635.

-, -, indult to, 632.

Cleenish, co. Fermanagh. See Inishkeen.

Clement V, constitutions of, 193.

Clement VI, confirmation made by, 30.

-, indulgences etc. granted to papal chaplains by, 188.

-, liberties granted to papal chaplains by, 683 (bis).

Clementinus , Victorius, a notary of the apostolic camera, note, made in registers by, 58 note, 62 note, 103 note, 424 note, 425 note, 427 note, 443 note, 493 note, and corrigenda, 605, 621 note, 631 note, 647 note, 687 note.

Clementis, Francis, brother of Vincent Clementis, agreement made by, 545, 546.

-, Peter, a commensal member of the household of Claxitus III, 159, 182.

-, master Vincent, a canon and provost of Valentia, subdeacon of the pope and nuncio of the apostolic see, and collector of the apostolic camera in England, appointment of, as collector, by Calixtus III, 192.

-, -, appointment of, as collector, by Pius II, 682.

-, -, assignment to, in repayment of a loan, 26, 376, 383.

-, -, assignment in repayment of a loan, to be allowed in the accounts of, 495.

-, -, brother of. See Clementis, Francis.

-, -, commission to, for the collection of the tenth for defence against the Turks, 80.

-, -, faculties to, 23, 80, 654.

-, -, forbidden to present certain apostolic mandates, 71.

-, -, oath of, as collector in England of the tenth for defence against the Turks, 80.

-, -, oath of, as collector general, to be received by Lewis, cardinal priest of St. Laurence's in Damaso, 192, 193.

-, -, papal letters to, 35.

-, -, papal mandatary, 24, 337, 495.

-, -, petitions of, 106, 155.

-, -, power and faculty to, 83.

-, -, proctor of, 545.

-, -, - See also Torrente, James de.

-, -, removal etc. of, 680.

-, -, archdeacon of Salisbury, papal mandatary, 615.

-, -, archdeacon of Wiltshire, indult to, 368.

-, -, sometime ambassador of Henry VI to Nicholas V, grant of a canon's house in Valencia to, and litigation thereupon, 545, 546.

-, -, a canon of Salisbury, papal mandatary, 389.

-, -, commanded by Pius II to go to Rome, letters of protection for, 564.

-, -, papal notary and collector, 677.

-, -, provided to a canonry and prebend and the provostship (for the month of November), of Valencia, cession of the right of, to the said canonry, etc., 462.

-, -, rector of Olney, relaxation of the oath of, 383, 384.

Clencloden. See Lincluden.

Clepham, Richard, late a canon of Glasgow and prebendary of Cardross, 34.

Clerk, Henry, priest, to be precentor of Aberdeen, 338.

-, alias ap Lloyd, lloydi, John, clerk, notary public, 360.

-, Richard, bishop of Ross [in Ireland], rector of Shoreham, co, Kent, vicar (sic) of Mongeham, suffragan and coadjutor of Thomas [Bourchier], archbishop of Canterbury, dispensation to, 86.

-, Clerck, Robert, warden of the hospital of the Holy Trinity and St. Thomas the Martyr, Rome, petition of, 653.

-, Thady, a Friar Preacher, safe conduct for, 694, 695.

-, William, vicar of Reigate, dispensation to, 632.

Cleveland, Clevelande, Cliveland [co. York, N.R.], archdeacon of, faculty to, 83.

-, William archdeacon of. See Brande.

Cleves, Cleven [sis], [Prussia], duchy of, 36.

Cley, John, rector of Stoke Newington, dispensation to, 602.

Clibburn. See Cliburn.

Clibburn, John, rector of Cliburn, dispensation to, 289.

Cliburn, Clibburn [co. Westmoreland], parish church of St. Cuthbert, rectory of, 289.

Clifford, Richard, late bishop of London, modification of a composition made by, 612.

-, -, -, cancelled, 614.

Clifford Chambers, Clifford Camberer, Clifford Chamberer, Clifford Camberer [co. Gloucester], rectory of, 622.

Clifton, Clyston upon Trent [co. Nottingham], rectory of, 153.

Clive (i.e. the parish of St. Thomas a Becket in the Cliffe). See Lewes.

Cliveland. See Cleveland.

Cloenbolt. See Rathernan.

Clogher, Clogerensis [co. Tyrone], bishop of, papal mandatary, 321.

-, -, reservation of benefices in the collation of, 300.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 503, 674.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 503.

-, canons of. See Macgillacosgli, Thady; Maguire, John; Mathagri, Patrick; Ocarbry, Thomas; O'Farrelly, Thomas; O'Flannagan, Peter; Oleargusa, Thomas.

-, chapter of, reservation of benefices in the collation of, 300.

-, city and diocese of, intimidation in, 221.

-, Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, Patrick abbot of, to have provision afresh of that abbey, 550.

Clogston, Clogstown, Robert, a monk of Coupar-Angus, to be granted the insignia of a doctor of decrees, 116.

-, -, to be received as a Trinitarian friar, and to be minister of the house of that order at Berwick upon Tweed, and rector of Kettins, 47, 48.

Clonca, Cloyncach, Cluainkaa or Killmichlucca [co. Donegal], plebania of, 285, 286.

-, rectory of, 485.

Clonchumoisig, Cluayncomosg, in the diocese of Elphin, rectory of the townland of the rural lands of, (within the parish of Kilmacowen, q.v.), 222, 223.

-, -, formerly part of the goods of the community of Elphin, 223.

-, a moiety of the tithes of, assigned as a canon's portion in Elphin, 302.

Clondagad, Cluoindagat [co. Clare], a prebend in Killaloe, 499.

Clondro. See Clonoe.

Clone, John, rector of Colwall, commissary-general of the bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, dispensation to, 90.

Clonelty, Cloynellty, Cluaynelthy [co. Limerick], vicarage of, 317, 353.

Clonen [sis]. See Cloyne.

Clones, Cluainyoss, Cluameos, Cluaneois, Cluayneoyo, Cluayneoys [co. Monaghan], parish church of St. Tierny, rector called plebanus or comorbanus of, 321.

-, -, tithes etc. belonging to the rectory of, farm of, 321.

-, -, rectory (?) of, 550.

-, Tierney MacAneeny vicar of, 220.

-, Augustinian abbey of SS. Peter and Paul, abbot of, papal mandatary, 311.

Clonfeacle, Cluayn Claic alias Cluayn Faircli [cos. Armagh and Tyrone], vicarage of, 217.

Clonfert, Anagerothan, Anaghcriochan, Anaghcrochan alias Clonferta, Clonfertha [co. Cork], vicarage of, 268, 304, 375.

Clonfert [co. Galway], bishop of, provision of benefices in the collation of, 488.

-, Cornelius bishop of. See Ocunlis.

-, Cornelius [bishop-]elect of. See Omulalaid.

-, John sometime bishop of. See White.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 218, 486, 488.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 206, 218, 486, 488.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 209, 213, 218, 488.

-, canons of. See Burgo, William de; Glys, Robert; Macgillavanach, Denis; Ocallanayd, David; Ocluayn, Thady; Ocorcrayn, William; Omulalaid, Donatus; O'Murray, William; Oruarch, Donald.

-, canon provided of. See Macgillavanach, Denis.

-, de facto canon of. See O'Kelly, Odo.

-, chapter of, provision of benefices in the collation of, 488.

-, chapter etc. of, papal mandataries, 64, 65.

-, prebends in: —

Culfada.

Killaspugmoylan.

-, city and diocese of, favouritism in, 210.

Clonlea, Cluoynard, Cluoynlard (or Cluoynlacd), [co. Clare], of the half cantred of Oblayd (i.e. Ui Bloid), rectory of, 433.

Clonloghan, Clonlochayn [co. Clare], rectory of, 279.

Clonmacnoise, Cluacen [sis], (sic), Cluanen [sis], Cluonen [sis], [King's county], bishop of, papal mandatary, 501.

-, John bishop of, resignation made to, 481.

-, Robert bishop of, death of, 359.

-, William bishop of, sometime prior of Brinkburn, 359.

-, -, faculty for the consecration of, 360.

-, -, oath of fealty etc. of, 360.

-, -, to continue to hold the priory of Brinkburn in commendam, 371, 372.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 206, 501.

-, Odo dean of. See Omuleoyn.

-, Fergallus archdeacon of. See Macerigayn.

-, Toroleus archdeacon of. See Machoclan.

-, official of, papal mandatary, 576.

-, canons of. See Ocarnean, William; Olongan, Odo; Ossruhayn, Florence.

-, chapter etc. of, papal letters to, 359.

Clonmany, Cluoynman [co. Donegal], rectory of, 284.

Clonoe, Clondro, Cluaindeo [co. Tyrone], a prebend in Armagh, 248.

-, a prebend (with Donaghenry) in Armagh, 266.

Clonsulynan, Clonselyan, in the diocese of Ross [Ireland], rectory called the parcel of, 55.

Clontuskert, Clantwasgerait Omane, Clontuskert Homane [co. Galway], Augustinian priory of the order of Arrouaise, John prior of. See O'Kelly (1) and (2).

-, -, Yrachnus sometime prior of, 331.

-, -, canon of. See Odwffay, Dermit.

Cloonfinlough, Cluoynsunilolcha [co. Roscommon], vicarage of, 35.

Cloontuskert, Cluoyntuasgerthanasinna [co. Roscommon], Augustinian priory of St. Mary, Dermit prior of. See O'Connor.

-, -, Matthew prior of. See Macoly.

Clopton, William, rector of Alderton, dispensation to, 143.

Cloyncach. See Clonca.

Cloyne, Clonen [sis], bishop of, papal mandatary, 232, 292, 668.

-, Jordan bishop of. See Purcell.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 259.

-, William archdeacon of. See Roche.

-, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 431.

-, precentor of, preceptor (sic), papal mandatary, 259, 394.

-, provost of, papal mandatary, 431.

-, canons of. See Geraldinis, Gerald de; Hope, Thomas; Machand alias Fuyt, Gerald; O'Carroll, Donald; Okiallare, Patrick; Purcell, John; Purcell, Richard; Roche, John; Stak, John.

-, chapter of, consent of, to an appointment, 425.

-, chapter etc. of, papal letters to, 470.

-, prebends in:—

Coole and Britway.

Cooliney.

Kilmacdonogh.

Kilmaclenine.

-, city and diocese of, intimidation in, 351.

-, Edmundus de Burgo of, 486.

-, Gerald de Geraldinis of, 472.

-, bishop etc. of. See also Cork and Cloyne.

Cloynellty. See Clonelty.

Cloynnacailltrach. See Kiltrustan.

Cluacen [sis] rectius Cluanen [sis], (i.e. Clonmacnoise), 576.

Cluaindeo. See Clonoe.

Cluainkaa or Killmichlucca. See Clonca.

Cluainyoss, Cluameos. See Clones.

Cluanen [sis]. See Clonmacnoise.

Cluaneois. See Clones.

Cluayn Claic alias Cluayn faircli. See Clonfeacle.

Cluayncomosg. See Clonchumoisig.

Cluaynelthy. See Clonelty.

Cluayneoyo, Cluayneoys. See Clones.

Cluayn faircli. See Clonfeacle.

Clueini. See Cooliney.

Cluny [Saône-et-Loire], Cluniac abbey, John abbot of. See de Borbonio.

-, -, impoverishment of, 559.

-, -, chapter-general held in, 559.

Cluoindagat. See Clondagad.

Cluoncorpi. See Termonbarry.

Cluonen [sis]. See Clonmacnoise.

Cluoynard, Cluoynlard (or Cluoynlacd) of the half cantred of Oblayd (q.v.). See Clonlea.

Cluoynman. See Clonmany.

Cluoynsunilolcha (rectius Cluoynfinnlocha). See Cloonfinlough.

Cluoyntuasgerthanasinna. See Cloontuskert.

Clusina . See Chiusi.

Clyston (rectius Clyfton) upon Trent (super Trentham). See Clifton, co. Nottingham.

Cnokmohan. See Knockmaon.

Coca, master John de. See Didaci de Coca.

Codde. See Cody.

Codworth, John, a monk of Glastonbury, formerly sacrist, grant to, confirmed, 97.

Cody, alias Corde (orCodde or Coode), John, rector of Thorndon, dispensation to, 157.

Coetivy, Alan de [bishop of Avignon], cardinal priest of St. Praxed's, commission to, 402.

-, -, papal legate de latere to France, 17, 19.

-, -, papal mandatary, 19.

-, -, papal legate to the kingdom of France and the other parts of the Gauls etc. faculties to, 81.

Cogem Rayt. See Rathgoggan.

Cok, Coke, Alexander, sometime rector of Rothbury, arbitrator, award of, 533.

-, John, a canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 215, 247, 349.

-, Thomas, a Friar Minor of Canterbury, dispensation to, 563.

-, William, rector of Brandesburton, dispensation to, 657.

Colchester, Colcesteria [co. Essex], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 57, 60.

-, John archdeacon of. See Thurston.

-, Augustinian priory of St. Botolph, canon of. See Wanfleet, Robert.

-, Benedictine abbey of St. John the Baptist, monk of. See Buk, John.

Coldingham, Coldingam, Goldilgan [co. Berwick], Benedictine priory or cell, founded by the kings of Scots, and appropriated to the priorship of Durham, John prior of. See Pincher.

-, -, Patrick prior commendatary of. See Home.

-, -, to be separated from Durham priory, 426.

Colerne, Collern [co. Wilts], rectory of, 95.

Colethr, Colethe, a grange depending upon Holycross abbey, 510.

Colinton, co. Edinburgh. See Hailes.

Colishyl, John, knight and lord of the isle of Scilly, complaint made by, 603.

Collcrubayn. See Kilcroan.

Collern. See Colerne.

Collesburi, Collesbury. See Tollesbury.

Colliis (or Collys), Nicholas, clerk, notary public, 125.

Collis , A. de, 456, 511, 618, 619, 631, 687.

-, Jo. de, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 33, 84, 85, 90, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 559.

Collis victorie , abbey. See Knockmoy.

Collys. See Colliis.

Cologne [Rheinland, Germany], province of, 31.

-, archbishop of, papal mandatary, 310.

-, church of St. Andrew, dean of, papal mandatary, 310.

-, church of St. Mary ad Gradus, dean of, papal mandatary, 310.

Colonna. See Columna, Prosper de.

Colonsay, co. Argyll. See Oransay.

Colston, Robert de, rector of Kirkchrist, to have the union of Kirkeoch with that benefice confirmed, 507.

-, -, appointed a papal chaplain, 686.

Colsyll, Richard, priest, an Augustinian canon, dispensation to, 561.

Columna, Prosper de, cardinal deacon of St. George's in Velabro, called of Colonna, a canon of York and prebendary of Laughton en le Morthen, proposed resignation of the said canonry and prebend by, 118.

-, -, to have assigned to him a pension on the fruits of the prebend of Laughton en le Morthen, 118.

-, -, resignation of the said canonry and prebend by, 43.

-, -, pension reserved to, 44.

-, -, a litigant for a canonry of York, 71.

-, -, chaplain and member of the household of. See Buk, John.

-, -, pension on the fruits of the archdeaconry of Canterbury paid to, 471.

Colwall [co. Hereford], rectory of, 90.

Colwich, Cowich [co. Stafford], vicarage of, 172, 322.

-, See also Haywood, Great.

Colwych, Richard, prior of St. Thomas the Martyr, Stafford, dispensation to, 565.

Colyer, Sir Reginald, prior of St. Bartholomew, Smithfield, appearance of, 609, 610.

-, -, obligation made to, 611.

-, -, and the convent of the same, 612.

-, -, -, petition of, 614.

Colynson, John, archdeacon of Stow, a canon of Lincoln and prebendary of Louth, dispensation to, 636.

-, Robert, rector of Chelsfield and bishop-elect of Ross [in Ireland], dispensation to, 531.

-, -, grant to, 569.

Combe, John, precentor of the collegiate church of Ottery St. Mary, and rector or warden of the chapel of Imber, dispensation to, 527.

Combwell, Cumbewell [in Goudhurst parish, co. Kent], Augustinian priory, prior and convent of, petition of, 66, 67.

Compolande (i.e. Coupland), Butill in. See Bootle.

Compostela, Compostella, St. James in Compostella. See Santiago.

Conall. See Greatconnell.

Concha. See Didaci de Coca.

Conclud [in Glasgow, co. Lanark], a chapel annexed to the vicarage of Cadder, 429.

Concordia, Concordien [sis], [Veneto, Italy], bishop of, papal mandatary, 25.

-, A. or Antonius bishop of. See Feletto.

Condolmario . See Condulmario.

Condom, Condomien [sis], [Gers, France], bishop of, papal mandatary, 210.

Condulmario , Condolmario, G. or G. de, 505, 506, 508, 510, 630, 649, 673, 674,

Condun, William, clerk, to have a farm of the rectory of Leitrim, 630.

Cong [co. Mayo], Augustinian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, influence of, 619.

-, -, Dermit abbot of. See Odwffay and Ogwy.

-, -, Walter abbot of. See de Burgo.

-, -, Patrick Odubthyg to be transferred from Aughris to, 619, 620.

Congresbury, Cungaresbury [co. Somerset], vicarage of, 11.

Conham Bartholomei. See Covenham St. Bartholomew.

Conim (?), in the diocese of London, Robert Ingilton lord of, 225.

Conmara. See Macconmara, Cornelius.

Connere, John, bishop of Annaghdown, resignation made to, 216.

Conneri , abbey de Diserto fonte. See Kells, co. Antrim.

Connor [co. Antrim], bishop of. See Down and Connor.

-, John late bishop of. See Festade.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 308.

-, city and diocese of, intimidation in, 304.

Conradus . See Ciremberg.

Consan [us]. See Conza.

Conserans, Conseranen [sis]. See St. Lizier.

Constance, Constancien [sis], [Baden, Germany], canon of. See Hope, Thomas.

-, prebend in, reserved, 86.

Constancia , B. de, 301.

Constancien [sis]. See Constance.

Constancius . See Constantinus.

Constantinople, Constantinopolitana civitas [Turkey], capture of, 20, 20 note.

-, alms for the help of, 386.

-, a tenth of ecclesiastical benefices imposed for the recovery of, 59.

-, crusade for recovery of, 81.

Constantinus , Constancius, 6, 53, 55, 56, 68, 70, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 79, 95, 113, 125, 154, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 190, 368, 397, 518, 519, 520, 535, 573.

Conven [trensis], i.e. Coventry. See Lichfield and Coventry.

Conveth. See Laurencekirk.

Conyll, David, clerk, charges brought by, 187.

Conyngensburgh, Edmund, vicargeneral in spirituals of Thomas [Kempe], bishop of London, sentence of, confirmed, 189.

Conza, Consan [us], canon of. SeeCapobianco, Raynaldus de.

Coode. See Cody.

Coole, Cull [co. Cork], a prebend (with Britway), in Cloyne, 76.

Cooliney, Clueini [co. Cork], a prebend in Cloyne, 351.

Coote, Thomas, rector of Great Horningsheath, dispensation to, 105.

Copleston, Thomas, rector of Chagford, a canon of the collegiate church of the Holy Cross, Crediton, dispensation to, 125, 126.

Coppinis, Francis de, bishop of Terni, appointment of, as papal nuncio and commissary in England and Ireland, 397.

-, -, appointment of, as papal nuncio and commissary in Scotland, 398.

-, -, appointed collector in England, Scotland and Ireland of the tenth imposed for the provision of a fleet against the Turks, 401.

-, -, with powers of a legate de latere, further appointed collector in England, Scotland and Ireland, of all moneys etc. contributed towards the crusade, 402.

-, -, faculties to, 402, 403.

-, -, grant and indult to, 582.

-, -, papal mandatary, 529, 580, 581, 680 (bis).

-, -, seal of, 680.

-, -, legate de latere to Henry VI and England, misbehaviour and punishment of, 676.

Copston, William, chantry of. See Coventry, St. Michael's.

Coqua. See Didaci de Coca.

Corbally, co. Tipperary. See Monaincha.

Corbosen (rectius Torkesey), John. See Torkesey.

Corcomohide, Corcomohet [cos. Cork and Limerick], vicarage of, 351.

Corcomroe, de Petra fertili [in Abbey parish, co. Clare], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 210.

-, -, abbot of, de facto vicar of Oughtmama, 245.

Corde. See Cody.

Cordova [Spain], official of, papal mandatary, 387.

Cork [co. Cork], John bishop of, residing in Utrecht, papal mandatary, 325.

-, Jordan bishop of. See Purcell.

-, dean of, papal mandatary, 314, 320, 352.

-, David archdeacon of. See Miagh.

-, John archdeacon of. See O'Kelly and Owrassall.

-, precentor of, papal mandatary, 265.

-, canons of. See O'Carroll, Donald; O'Driscoll, Macrobius; Oherle, Gilbert; O'Mahony, Matthew; Omongayn, Donald; Purcell, John.

-, canons provided of. See Olongan, Lactinus; Onchant, Dermit.

-, chapter etc. of, papal letters to, 470.

-, prebends in:—

Dromdaleague.

Killaspugmullane.

-, city and diocese of, intimidation in, 475.

-, Gill abbey, or St. Finbar's Cave, de Antro Sancti Find barii, de Antro Sancti Fymbarry, Augustinian abbey, abbot of, papal mandatary, 352, 392.

-, David Miagh of, 394.

Cork and Cloyne, Gerald bishop of. See de Geraldinis.

-, Jordan bishop of. See Purcell.

-, administrator of the sees of, upon their falling vacant. See Roche, William.

-, coadjutor to the bishop of. See Roche, William.

-, bishopric of, false allegation of the voidance of, 472.

-, clergy of the city and diocese of, 425.

-, episcopal mense of, 472.

-, -, alienation of the property of, 425.

Corka Achland, a cantred, tithes of, 35.

Corkcomuga. See Kilkerrin.

Corkesey (rectius Torkesey). See Torkesey.

Corned, John, rector of All Saints, Hollesley, chaplain of John [de Mowbray], duke of Norfolk, dispensation to, 166.

Corni. See Ostingyn, Cornelius.

Cornismule alias Kyrkinner. See Kirkinner.

Cornwall, John archdeacon of. See Selott.

-, duke of. See Edward.

Coronatus , 24, 121, 124, 126.

Corsignano, the old name for Pienza (q.v.), 431 note.

Corstorphine, Corstorfin, Corstorfyn [co. Edinburgh], collegiate church of St. John the Baptist, provost of, papal mandatary, 439, 589.

- See also Gogar.

Cortesiis , A. de, 200, 203, 204, 205, 206, 210, 211, 224, 232, 233, 234, 235, 239, 241, 259, 262, 267, 278, 282, 283, 284, 286, 288, 293, 294, 305, 307, 323, 324, 325, 329, 339, 344, 358, 359.

-, -, cancellation made by, 238.

Cosciariis , Cosciaris, Costiaris, L. de, 51, 160, 162, 172, 365, 635, 658.

Cosida , Jo., 49, 56, 59, 186, 186 note, 187, 188, 189 note, 296.

Cossey, John, a Friar Preacher, dispensation to, 697, 698.

Costiaris . See Cosciariis.

Cottingham, Cottyngham, John, abbot of St. Mary's, York, a litigant respecting certain tithes, 129, 160, 196.

-, -, absolution of, cancelled, 161.

-, -, indult to, 361.

Cotyn alias Freskyd, John, an Augustinian canon, dispensation to; 524.

Coula. See Cullen.

Coupar-Angus, Cupar, de Cupro [co. Forfar], Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, abbot of, papal mandatary, 42.

-, -, David abbot of. See Bayn.

-, -, John abbot of. See Hudton.

-, -, Thomas abbot commendataryof. See Levinston.

-, -, William abbot of. See Blar.

-, -, abbot and convent of, freed from the annual payment of 20 l. to the chaptergeneral of the Cistercian order, 678.

-, -, -, impoverishment of, 678.

-, -, -, payment made to the abbot of Cîteaux by, 678.

-, -, monks of. See Clogston, Robert; Strathaquhyn, William.

-, -, convent of, election of an abbot by, 416.

-, -, -, petition of, 678.

-, -, value of the fruits of, 113.

Coupland, Caupolande, Compolande [a rural deanery in co. Cumberland], Butill in. See Bootle.

Courteney, John, clerk, a kinsman of King Henry VI and son of Thomas Courteney, earl of Devon, dispensation to, 100.

-, Courtenay, Courtenei, Peter, archdeacon of Exeter, indult to, 382, 383.

-, -, proctor of Edward IV in the Roman Court, a papal notary, and a chamberlain of the hospital of the Holy Trinity and St. Thomas of Canterbury at Rome, petition of, 651.

-, -, safe-conduct for, 654.

-, -, a kinsman of Edward IV, to be a papal referendary, 685.

-, Thomas, earl of Devon, petition of, 100.

-, -, son of. See Courteney, John, supra.

Coutances [Manche, France], bishop of, papal letters to, 287 note.

-, Richard bishop of. See Oliverii.

Covenham St. Bartholomew, Conham Bartholomei [co. Lincoln], rectory of, 591.

Coventry [co. Warwick], archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 57, 60.

-, -, pension reserved to, 51, 83.

-, Roger archdeacon of. See Wall.

-, Benedictine priory (cathedral) of St. Mary, pension reserved to, 51.

-, -, Richard prior of. See Notyngham.

-, -, prior and chapter of, consent of, to an appropriation, 479.

-, -, -, consent of, to the union of the two portions of the rectory of Eckington, not given, 338.

-, -, -, inhibition to, 64.

-, -, -, pension reserved to, out of an appropriated church, 479.

-, -, prior and convent of, alms of, 83.

-, -, -, appropriation of the parish church of Southam to, 82, 83.

-, -, -, benefice in the patronage of. See Southam.

-, -, -, petition of, 82.

-, -, -, proctors of, 83.

-, -, chapter of, consent of, to an appropriation, 478, 479.

-, -, -, common seal of, 479.

-, -, -, petition of, 82.

-, -, -, letters of procuration of, 83.

-, -, monk and steward of. See Deram, Thomas.

-, -, chapter house of, 479.

-, -, -, letters dated at, 83.

-, parish church of the Holy Trinity, John Meneley vicar of, 149.

-, parish church of St. Michael, chantry of William Copston in, 4, 594.

-, -, vicarage of, 64.

Coventry and Lichfield, bishop etc. of. See Lichfield and Coventry.

Covington, co. Lanark. See Thankerton.

Cowich. See Colwich.

Cowper, Thomas, a brother of the house of the order of Bonshommes at Ashridge, dispensation to, 639.

Crab, John, late a canon of Brechin and prebendary of Glenbervie, 269.

Crach, David, minister of the house of Trinitarian friars at Berwick upon Tweed, and rector of Kettins, charges against, 47.

Crag, Erag, Richard or Richard de, late vicar of Dundee, 24, 38, 307, 483, 679.

Cralle, John. See Sudbury.

Cramborne, John, a canon residentiary of Salisbury, supervisor of the will of Catherine Chydyok, petition of, 637.

Crampeslei, John, chaplain of the chantry in the parish church of Langton Long Blandford, dispensation to, 606.

Cranach, John de, late bishop of Brechin, 455.

-, -, collation made by, 307.

-, -, death of, 307.

-, -, refusal of, to institute, 679.

Cranborne, John, priest, indult to, 227.

Cranfield, Caulfeld, Gaufeld [co. Bedford], rectory of, 591.

Crawford, Archibald, abbot of Holyrood, Edinburgh, executor of a papal mandate, 439.

Crayford [co. Kent], rectory of, 89, 151.

Creagh, Criwagh [co. Cork], vicarage of, 56.

Creagh, Creuache, Crewach, Crewag, Crewagh, Russell alias Creagh, William, a canon of Limerick, papal mandatary, 206, 273, 274, 292, 339.

-, -, provision of the bishopric of Limerick to, 340.

-, -, bishop of Limerick, sometime a canon of Limerick and prebendary of St. Munchin's, 73.

-, -, sometime holding the rural portions of Dongadamond and Donyrish, 350.

Crecheon (? rectius Crechton). See Crechton.

Crechton. See Crichton.

Crechton, Crecheon, John, a kinsman of Robert Crechton, late husband of Cristiana Ersken, 330.

-, Crechtoune, Crichton, Orichton, Peter or Peter de, rector of Kinnoull, sometime rector of Borthwick, 92, 278.

-, Crecheon, Robert, layman, dispensed to marry anew, 330.

-, -, wife of. See Ersken, Cristiana.

-, -, former wife of. See Hay, Margaret.

-, -, kinsman of. See Crechton, John, supra.

- Cf. also Creichton.

Creci, John, priest, rector of West Kirby, to be a notary public, 280, 281.

Crediton, Creditonia [co. Devon], collegiate church of the Holy Cross, canon of. See Copleston, Thomas.

-, -, prebend of, 126.

Crees, Thomas, priest, indult to, 226.

Creichton. See Crichton.

Creichton, James de, knight, son and heir of William de Creichton, 289, 290.

-, William de, lord of Crichton, chancellor of Scotland, erection of a collegiate church at the petition of, 289.

-, -, parish church of Crichton in the patronage of, 289.

-, -, son of. See Creichton, James de.

- Cf. also Crechton.

Cremonensibus , Jo. de, 22, 55, 116, 120, 122, 123, 125, 130, 364, 508, 510, 606.

Cremorne, Circhimgorn [a barony in co. Monaghan], rectory called the plebs of, belonging to Louth priory, farm of, 674.

Creschewaite. See Crosthwaite.

Cresmulyna. See Crossmolina.

Crete, archbishop of, papal mandatary, 691, 693.

Crethon, George de, late a canon of St. Mary Hugh at St. Andrews and prebendary of Uphall, 453.

Creuache, Crewach, Crewag, Crewagh. See Creagh.

Cri ., papal register rubricated by, 299 note.

Crichton, Crechton, Creichton [co. Edinburgh], parish church of, erected into a collegiate church, 289, 290.

-, collegiate church of, alleged union of the parish church of Borthwick with, 92.

-, -, parish church of Borthwick appropriated to, 290.

-, -, chapter of, cause brought against, 290.

-, -, endowment of, 290.

-, -, perpetual beneficiaries of, 92.

-, -, - See also Lawder, John de.

-, lord of. See Creichton, William de.

Crichton , Peter. See Crechton.

Crisiliati . See Crusiliati.

Crisopolitan [us]. See Scutari.

Cristchirche. See Christchurch.

Cristoforus de …, 9 note.

Criwagh. See Creagh.

Croagh, Croch [co. Limerick], a prebend in Limerick, 76.

Croft. See Mounford.

Crofte, William, a married clerk, of the diocese of York, to be a notary public, 83, 84.

-, -, grant and indult to, 84.

-, -, Margaret his wife, 84.

Croghan, Kilcorbey, Kilcorboy, Kylcorbey, Kylcorboy alias Cruachan [King's county], vicarage of, 276, 277.

Croom, Cromiyth [co. Limerick], vicarage of, 347.

Crosby, John, clerk, dispensation to, 330.

Croschewacte (rectius Crosthewaite). See Crosthwaite.

Crosignanum , (rectius Corsignanum)' See Pienza.

Crosmolina. See Crossmolina.

Cross, Cros [in Kilmore Erris parish, co. Mayo], Augustinian priory, prior of, papal mandatary, 308.

Cross, Henry, rector of St. John's, Walbrook, London, dispensation to, 370.

-, Crosse, William, master of the hospital of SS. Mary and Thomas the Martyr, Southwark, dispensation to, 521.

-, -, grants to, 571, 672.

Crossmolina, Cresmulyna, Crosmolina [co. Mayo], Augustinian cell of St. Mary, Thomas, warden obedientiary of. See Baret.

-, vicarage of, 215.

- See also Errew.

Crosthwaite, Creschewaite, Croschewacte, Crosthewayt [co. Cumberland], parish church of, appropriated to the abbot and convent of Fountains, 532.

-, -, dispute and agreement relative to the vicar's portion of, 633, 634.

-, -, patron of. See Lumley, Marmaduke, bishop of Carlisle.

-, repair of the chancel of the church of, 532.

-, tenement in, wont to be occupied by the vicar, 532, 633.

-, -, vicar of. See Lombarde, Walter; and Stanlay, Thomas.

-, vicarage of, amount of portion etc. of, 532, 533.

Crosthwaite, Crosthewayt, Great [in Crosthwaite, co. Cumberland], tithes of hay of, 532.

Crouden. See Cruden.

Crouland, Martin, priest, a Friar Preacher, dispensation to, 571, 571 note.

Croydon [co. Surrey], letters of John Kempe, archbishop of Canterbury, dated at, 66.

Croyser, Croysser, Groyser, William, archdeacon of Teviotdale, a litigant concerning the right of jurisdiction in that archdeaconry, 691–693.

-, -, a notary apostolic, sometime prior commendatary of the priory de Bossia, decree concerning the payment of a pension to, 16.

-, -, sometime prior of Grèzes and de Decanatis, reservation of a pension to, out of those priories, 405.

Cruachan. See Croghan.

Cruciliati . See Crusiliati.

Cruden, Crouden [co. Aberdeen], a prebend in Aberdeen, 600.

Cruelles, Ceuelles, Francis, late a canon of Valencia, 545.

Crueys, William, late a canon of St. Patrick's, Dublin, and prebendary of Lusk, 211.

Crumby, Robert, priest, a litigant for the vicarage of Fordoun, 336.

Crusiliati , Crisiliati, Cruciliati, Crusciliati, Crussiliati, S. or S. de, 19, 33, 35, 64, 73, 93, 100, 147, 153, 167, 367, 370, 403, 431, 432, 433, 436, 438, 439, 449, 606, 607, 615, 617, 621, 623, 625, 627, 628, 682, 691.

Crych, Robert, a monk of Montacute, dispensation to, 567.

Cuby, Robert, a monk of Arbroath, to be prior of Fyvie, 424.

Culfada, a prebend in Clonfert, 487. 488.

Cull. See Coole.

Cullen, Coula [co. Banff], vicarage of, 269.

Culter, Cultor [cos. Lanark and Peebles], rectory of, 335.

Cumbewell. See Combwell.

Cummertrees, co. Dumfries. See Trailtrow.

Cunaci ruralis . See Clankelly.

Cungaresbury. See Congresbury.

Cunynghame, Alexander de, nobleman, lord of Kilmaurs, patron of the rectory of Glencairn, petition of, 413.

Cupar, de Cupro, abbey. See Coupar-Angus.

Curteys, John, rector of Stanton Harcourt, dispensation to, 561.

Cusa, Nicholas de, cardinal priest of St. Peter's ad Vincula, 381.

-, -, faculty to, 37.

-, -, legate de latere to the realm of England, appointment of, 20.

-, -, commissions and mandates to, 20 (bis).

-, -, faculties to, 19, 51 note.

-, -, members of the household of, 51 note.

-, -, appointed to publish a Crusade in Germany, and to collect a tenth, faculty to, 21.

Cyllmacallayn alias of St. Mansinus. See Kilmacallan.