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'Index of Persons and Places: C', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 14: 1484-1492 (1960), pp. 334-341. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=105324 Date accessed: 23 September 2014.


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Cabredo, R., 261.

Caccia, James, archpriest of Novara, papal chaplain and minor penitentiary of St. Peter's, Rome, papal mandatary, 39.

Caciis, Stephen de, canon of Vercelli, papal mandatary, 324.

Cahernarry, Carnarij [co. Limerick], parish church of, 324.

Cahir, Cathar, Kayr [co. Tipperary], Augustinian priory of, 245, 324.

Caira. See Carra.

Calais, Calesius [France], lieutenant, mayor, constable and merchants of the Staple of, 318.

Calceum. See Killoscobe.

Calcum . See Kelso.

Calesius . See Calais.

Calverton [co. Nottingham], parish church of, 321.

Cambel. See Campbell.

Cambrai, Cameracen[sis] [France], cathedral church of, canon of. See Breuquet, James du.

-, diocese of, 116, 255.

Cambridge [co. Cambridge], University of, 29.

Cambuskenneth, Cambuskyneth [co. Clackmannan], Augustinian abbey of, abbot of. See Henry.

Cameracen[sis]. See Cambrai.

Cameron, Cameren, William, late prior of St. Andrews, chaplain and acolyte of Sixtus IV, 98.

Campania, 108, note, 111, note, 115, 149, note, 211, note, 269, note.

Campbell, Cambel, Canbel, John, bishop-elect of Sodor, to have been archdeacon of Lismore, 54.

-, Robert, to have archdeaconry of Lismore, 54, 263.

-, -, to have vicarage of Kirkcowan, 192, 193.

Campo de Fiori, Campo Flore. See Rome.

Canbel. See Campbell.

Canda. See Islandeddy.

Candida Casa . See Whithorn.

Candilan. See Cantillon.

Candum. See Canton.

Canon Island, Innisgat, Innsgad [in Killadysert parish, co. Clare], Augustinian abbey of, abbot of, papal mandatary, 99, 127.

Canterbury [co. Kent], archbishop of, faculty to, 189.

-, -, jurisdiction of, 40.

-, -, legatus natus of England, 152.

-, -, papal mandatary, 30, 51, 58, 196.

See also Bourchier, Thomas; Morton, John; Sudbury, Simon.

-, cathedral church of [Benedictine priory of the Holy Trinity, alias Christchurch], chapter of, 36, 40, 41, 196, 204–207.

-, -, -, confirmation of grants to, 193–194, 202–207.

-, -, -, rights of, sede vacante, 36, 40, 41, 193–194.

-, -, indulgence for those visiting, 188, 189.

-, -, pilgrimage to, 312.

-, -, priors of. See Elmer; Herlewin; Selling, William.

-, court of, official of, 16.

-, -, -, commissarygeneral of. See William, David.

-, -, register-principal of. See Spencer, Richard.

Canthuel. See Cantwell.

Cantillon, Candilan, Caudelan, Maurice, to have abbey of Jerpoint, 142, 143.

-, -, archdeacon of Glendalough, 186.

Canton, Candum, Maurice, papal mandatary, 64.

Cantwell, Cantuel, Canthuel, John, late archbishop of Cashel, provincial visitation by, 80.

-, John, precentor of Cashel, to be prior of Kilkenny, 121, 244.

-, -, detainer of precentorship of Cashel, 194.

-, John, detainer of Magowry and precentorship of Leighlin, 244.

-, Peter, canon of Cashel and claimant to archdeaconry of Ossory, 190, 191.

Canty, Oconthy, Donatus, to be vicar of Knockanure, 117.

Capite Ville, Peter de, clerk of Aire, notary public, 26.

Carafa, Oliver, cardinal bishop of Sabina, called the cardinal of Naples, 310, 311.

Carbery, Carbrientium [territory in West Cork], prince of. See MacCarthy, Florence.

Carbury, Carbria [co. Kildare], parish church of, 81, 82, 198.

Carbrientium . See MacCarthy.

Cardiff, Kerdinia [? recte Kerdivia; corrected from Carmarthen] [co. Glamorgan], Friars Minor of, 197.

Cardinals. See Index of Subjects.

Carilldonus. See Kinvarradoorus.

Carlisle [co. Cumberland], diocese of, 9, 10, 13, 314.

Carmichael, Kerkanychall, Kerkmychall [co. Lanark], 7.

Carmichael, Carmichell, Carmikael, Karmichal, George, treasurer of Glasgow, petition of, 7.

-, -, -, appointed a papal acolyte, 56.

-, -, late rector of Benholm, 109.

-, -, late rector of Tynninghame, 110.

Carnarij. See Cahernarry.

Carra , Caira, Kera. See Ballinrobe.

Carrigillihy, Fons vivus [in Myross parish, co. Cork], Cistercian abbey, of, 10.

Carrig-patrick, Cnoc Racha, Cnocratha, Concratha [in parish of Drumlease, co. Leitrim], rural church of, 97, 228, 235.

Cashel, Casalen[sis], Casallen[sis], Casellen[sis], Cassallen[sis], Cassellen[sis] [co. Tipperary], archbishop of, 219, 278, 292.

-, -, as metropolitan, 243, 255, 292, 299.

-, -, papal mandatary, 36, 116, 255, 301, 307.

See also Cantwell, John; Creagh, David.

-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 64, 169.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 64, 169.

-, -, sub-delegate judge, 302.

-, cathedral church of, canons of. See Burgo, Edmund de; Cantwell, Peter; Hogan, Denis; Mitchell, Thomas; Morris, Edmund; Treues, Richard; White, Thomas.

-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 64, 116, 169.

-, -, precentor of, papal mandatary, 130.

See also Cantwell, John; O'Dwyer, William; O'Hedian, James.

-, diocese of, 28, 58, 64, 135, 184, 190, 191, 224, 244, 255, 278, 292, 299, 300.

-, province of, 58.

-, -, constitutions of, 116.

-, -, council of, 31.

Cashin, Machass’ alias Obcolaymn’, Mackarry alias Obeolayn, Matthew, detainer of Birr, 176, 247.

Casleainbreac. See Rosenallis.

Cassallen[sis], Cassellen[sis]. See Cashel.

Casserly, Maccascurlaj, Dermit, late vicar of Addergoole, 163.

Castellensis, Hadrian, master, papal notary, nuncio and collector of the Camera in England, faculties to, 54, 55.

Castello, de, 218, note, 258, note, 287, note.

-, M. de, 243.

-, N. de, 261.

Castleconor, Castrum Conchier, Castrum Conchur [co. Sligo], rectory of, 61.

Castleinch, Inismolachan, Insiuolachan, Insiuolakan, Insywolachom [co. Kilkenny], rectory of, 120, 130.

Castlemartyr, Castromontir [co. Cork], parish church of, 245.

Castletown, Ymlechaissel [in Easkey parish, co. Sligo], parish church of, 138.

Castrum Conchier , Castrum Conchur. See Castleconor.

Castrum dei . See Fermoy.

Castromontir. See Castlemartyr.

Cathar. See Cahir.

Caudelan. See Cantillon.

Cayllmadlara. See Killmolara.

Cella nigra . See Derry.

Cenlaca. See Kinlough.

Ceretanis, John, bishop of Nocera, papal mandatary, 38.

Cesaraugustana . See Saragossa.

Cesarinis, Julius, 34, 308.

Chanrarayn. See Hanrahan.

Chega. See O'Hea.

Cheyne, William, esquire, dispensation to, 306.

Chichester [co. Sussex], bishop of, papal mandatary, 29.

-, diocese of, 11.

Childesworth, Alexander, layman of Sandwich, petition of, 322.

-, Joan, of Hornchurch, 322.

Chillintyan [unidentified parish in co. Cork], parish church of, 283.

Chilmure. See Kilmurry.

Choc. See Cox.

Chocoren[sis]. See Clogher.

Chollerton, Edmund, rector of Calverton, dispensation to, 321.

Chonnayl, prior and convent of. See Greatconnell.

Chorus benedicti . See Middleton.

Chubbis, William, S.T.B., clerk of York, petition of, 29.

Chyt. See White.

Cibo, family of, of Genoa, 273.

See also Kendal, John.

Cicinllalyd, Magonius, vicar of Ahascragh, 240.

Cillcoryrin. See Kilkerrin.

Cilmeyn. See Kilmeen.

Clancy, Macclanche, Maclanchach, Maclanchai, Madanchach, John, canon of Limerick, papal mandatary, 147, 324.

-, John, detainer of Killilagh, 93.

Clantescerta Omane. See Clontuskert.

Claregalway, Baleinclaer, Baleynclair [co. Galway], vicarage of, 72, note.

Clarence, duke of. See George.

Claro Sancto, James de, claimant to parish church of Fettercairn, 73, 269.

Clericatus, Lionel, bishop of Trau, 212, 290.

Clerkenwell, Clerkynwel [co. Middlesex], priory of St. John of Jerusalem, 4, 5, 195.

-, -, prior of. See Weston, John.

Cliffe, Clivesland [co. Kent], 204, note.

Cloanosse. See Clones.

Clogher, Chocoren[sis], Clochorensis [co. Tyrone], bishop of, 101.

-, -, papal mandatary, 64, 307.

See also Courcey, Edmund.

-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 62.

-, cathedral church of, canons of. See MacCasey, Donald; O'Connolly, Patrick.

-, -, deans of. See Mac-Cawell, Eugene; MacGillshenan, Bernard.

-, diocese of, 100, 115.

See also Clones.

Clogherbrien, Clotirbrin, Clotirhbrin [co. Kerry], parish church of, 262, 263.

Clonard, Clonarde, Clonardum, Clovairde [co. Meath], abbot of, papal mandatary, 68, 77.

See also James; Ydugnach, Odo.

-, -, canons of. See Dalton, William; Whelehan, Edmund.

Clonarta alias Cocallmor. See Clonfert.

Clonawul. See Clonoulty.

Clonbroney, Cluoynbrony, Cluoynproay [co. Longford], vicarage of, 97, 98, 229.

Clonca, Clynk [co. Donegal], vicarage of, 132.

Clonenagh, Cluyncheneche [co. Laois], parish church of, 240.

Clonen[sis]. See Clonmacnois.

Clones, Cloanosse [co. Monaghan], abbey of St. Mary's, written in error for Clogher, 62.

Cloneuosgertamane. See Clontuskert.

Clonfert, Clonferten[sis], Clotferden[sis], Clotfernen[sis], Clotferten[sis] [co. Galway], bishop of, 164, 178, 221, 222.

-, -, habitation of, 241, 242.

-, -, papal mandatary, 61, 149, 236, 259.

See also MacGrath, Matthew.

-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 81, 137, 142, 147.

-, archdeaon of, papal mandatary, 66, 81, 170, 241.

See also O'Brogy, William; O'Kelly, John.

-, cathedral church of, canons of. See Burgo, Theobald de; Cloonan, Thady; Dillon, Bernard; Gernon, Florence; Gernon, Laurence; Horan, Donatus; Kenny, Cornelius; MacEvilly, Hobert; Molloy, Donatus; Molloy, Magonius; O'Quinn, Eugene; Tracy, John; Tracy, Maurice; Yccall, William.

-, -, chapter of, 164, 178.

-, -, community of, 142.

-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 66, 149, 162, 170, 236, 241.

See also MacEgan, Carbricus; O'Connell, John.

-, -, sacrist of. See Lorkan, Cornelius; Lorkan, Donatus; Obroym, John.

-, city of, 142.

-, diocese of, 61, 65, 66, 70, 76, 81, 137, 138, 142, 144, 146, 147, 149, 162, 164, 169, 177, 178, 221, 222, 236, 241, 252, 297, 308.

-, Portuspurus, Augustinian abbey, 242.

-, -, abbot of, papal mandatary, 138, 142, 147, 221.

See also William.

-, -, monk of. See O'Brogy, William.

Clonfert, Clonarta alias Cocallmor [Oghil More in parish of Clonfert, co. Galway], prebend of, 138.

Clongill, Clongell [co. Meath], parish church of, 319.

Clonherkin, Clonhyrinhy, Clonhyrnhy [now in Matehy, co. Cork], parish church of, 85.

Clonlea, Cloynlac, Omulind alias Cloynlae [co. Clare], parish church of, 136, 147.

Clonmacnois, Clonen[sis], Cluanen[sis] [co. Offaly], bishop of, papal mandatary, 250.

See also Blake, Walter; Mac-Coghlan, Cormac; O'Daly, John.

-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 146, 147.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 67, 90, 95.

-, cathedral church of, canons of. See Dillon, Bernard; Dillon, Robert; Kenny, Cornelius; MacCoghlan, Charles; MacCoghlan, Cormac; Mac-Coghlan, Fergal; Malone, Cristinus; O'Brogy, William; Oduarla, James.

-, -, -, number of, not fixed, 67.

-, -, chapter of, 146.

-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 67, 90.

-, -, sacrist of, papal mandatary, 144, 146.

-, diocese of, 67, 90, 91, 95, 146, 148, 167.

Clonmore, Clonymeir, Clonymeirnum [co. Kilkenny], prebend of, 120.

Clonoulty, Clonawul, Clonol, Cloynawll [co. Tipperary], hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, preceptor of, 224, 255, 300.

Clontuskert, Clantescerta Omane, Cloneuosgertamane, Clontuagerta Omane, Clontuasgertamane, Clontuasgertaomane, Clontuasgertaomany, Clontuasgerta Omane, Clontuasgerta Omany, Clontuesgert, Clontuesgert Omane, Clontuiasgerta Omany, Clontuoseynt Omaeny, Clontuosgertamane, Clontuosgertomane, Clontuscerta Omane, Cluayntuasgerta Omaine, Cluayntuasgerta Omayne [co. Galway], Augustinian priory of, 66, 169.

-, -, canons of. See Dolan, Kynetus; Magrawly, Patrick; O'Donnellan, Cornelius; O'Kelly, Donatus; O'Kelly, John; Omulynnan, Ludovicus.

-, -, prior of, papal mandatary, 61, 137, 162, 164, 177, 241.

See also O'Fallon, Maurice; O'Kelly, Donald; O'Kelly, Donatus; O'Kelly, Thady.

Clonymeir, Clonymeirnum. See Clonmore.

Cloonan, Oclonan, Ocluayn, Ycluayn, Malachy, claimant to vicarage of Killooaun, 164, 177.

-, Thady, canon of Clonfert.

Clooncorpey, Clouicorpe, Cluincaripi alias Cluancarpi [in Termonbarry parish, co. Roscommon], vicarage of, 166.

-, prebend of, called the rectory of St. Bearach, 217.

Cloontuskert, Clontatirsai Nisna, Clontuasgertansinna, Cluaintuascertanasina, Cluaintuascertanasyna [co. Roscommon], Arrouaisian Augustinian priory of, canon of. See Omulynnan, Ludovicus.

-, -, prior of, papal mandatary, 167.

Clotferden[sis], Clotfernen[sis]. See Clonfert.

Clotirbrin, Clotirhbrin. See Clogherbrien.

Clotferten[sis]. See Clonfert.

Clouicorpe. See Clooncorpey.

Clovairde. See Clonard.

Cloynawll. See Clonoulty.

Cloyne, Clonen[sis] [co. Cork], bishop of. See Cork and Cloyne.

-, cathedral church of, canons of. See Canton, Maurice; Geraldinis, John; Herlihy, William; Magner, Edmund; Mahon, John; Mehigan, Thomas; Murphy, Donatus; O'Herlihy, Thomas; O'Keeffe, Thady.

-, -, chancellor of, papal mandatary, 119.

-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 91, 118, 119.

See also Geraldinis, Gerald; Geraldinis, James; O'Dahill, Maurice; O'Hennessy, Thady; MacCoghlan, Charles; Malone, Eugenius; Roche, Philip; Sprinscot, Nicholas.

-, -, precentor of, papal mandatary, 64.

-, diocese of, 44, 80, 85, 89, 91, 118, 119, 142, 186, 238, 245.

-, -, ordinary of, 91.

-, -, visitation of, by metropolitan, 80.

Cloynlac, Cloynlae. See Clonlea.

Cluanen[sis]. See Clonmacnois.

Cluayntuasgerta Omaine, Omayne. See Clontuskert.

Cluincaripi alias Cluancarpi. See Clooncorpey.

Cluoynbrony, Cluoynproay. See Clonbroney.

Clure, tithes of, 204, note.

Clutyr. See Coulter.

Cluyncheneche. See Clonenagh.

Clynk. See Clonca.

Cnocnyur. See Knockanure.

Cnoc Racha, Cnocratha. See Carrigpatrick.

Coc. See Cox.

Cocallmor. See Clonfert.

Colchester, Colcestria [co. Essex], 323.

Coldingham, Coldingam [co. Berwick], Benedictine priory of, 45–50.

Collingham, Colyngham, Est Cohongam, Kellun [co. Notts.], parish church of, 230.

Collins, Oculeayn, Ocuylleayn, John, canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 101.

-, Odo, canon of Cork, papal mandatary, 108.

Collis victorie . See Knockmoy.

Cologne, Colonien[sis] [Germany], diocese of, 311.

Colymbruych. See Kilcolmanbrack.

Colyngham. See Collingham.

Comaylis . See Greatconnell.

Comerford, Commorford, Comerton, Comortun, Edmund, canon of Ossory, papal mandatary, 117.

-, -, dean of Ossory, 194.

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

Conall. See Greatconnell.

Concannon, Ococenmaynd, Oconcenaynd, Oconceyird, Okonqueun, Ykonceanayd, Cornelius, canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 270.

-, -, claimant to wardenship of relics of St. Jarlath, 268.

-, Malachy, canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 233, 236.

-, -, rector of Kilkerrin, 232, 233.

-, Thomas, late rector of Kilkerrin, 232, 233.

Concratha. See Carrig-patrick.

Cong, Cunca, Cunga [co. Mayo], Augustinian abbey of, abbots of. See Burgo, Miles de; Burgo, Richard de; Burgo, Walter de.

-, -, canons of. See Burgo, Miles de; Burgo, Walter de; O'Kelly, David; O'Tierney, Bernard.

Conmaicne Cúile Tola, Conicle, Conkule. See Ballinrobe.

Connach. See Templeroan.

Connebuemara. See Connemara.

Conneely, Ocongayl, John, rector of Piercetown, 93.

Connell. See Greatconnell.

Connemara, Connebuemara [in barony of Ballynahinch, co. Galway], small church of, 70.

Conran, Okonorayn, Philip, vicar of Ballintober, 240.

Conroy, Maconkagri, Magoncogrit, Eugene, canon of Ardagh, papal mandatary, 93, 166.

Constantien[sis]. See Coutances.

Conway, Ochonbay, Ocombay, Cornelius, to have the parish church of Kilshannig, 91.

-, Donatus, to have vicarages of Matehy and Clonherkin, 85, 86.

Conwicht. See Laurencekirk.

Coolavin, Culfind and Rana [in Kilcolman parish, co. Sligo], rectory of the rural lands of, 167.

Cooling, Culinge [co. Kent], tithes of, 204, note.

Coping, Coppyng, Robert, provost of collegiate church of Wingham, 36, 40, 41.

Corcu Achland, Corcachlayn [in co. Roscommon, comprised of parishes of Bumlin, Kiltrustan and Cloonfinlough], rectory of the lands of, 71, 72.

Cork [co. Cork], bishop of, 125, 219.

See also Cork and Cloyne.

-, -, official of, papal mandatary, 89, 108, 125.

-, archdeacon of, papal mandatary, 92, 283.

See also Courcey, David; Meade, Maurice.

-, cathedral church of, canons of. See Barry, John; Collins, Odo; Cronin, John; Gullys, Philip; Murphy, Thady; O'Daly, Matthew; O'Herlihy, Donatus; O'Leyne, Dermit; O'sullivan, Eugene; Ronan, Philip.

-, -, dean of, papal mandatary, 108, 218, 283.

-, -, precentor of, papal mandatary, 32, 90.

See also Geraldinis, John; Murphy, Cornelius; O'Herlihy, Thomas.

-, -, treasurer of, papal mandatary, 283.

See also Murphy, Donatus; O'Herlihy, John.

-, commonalty of, 44.

-, diocese of, 32, 89, 125, 219.

-, Gill abbey of St. Finbar, Antrum sancti Fimbarri [sic] alias St. John the Evangelist, Augustinian abbey of, abbot of, papal mandatary, 88, 89.

Cork and Cloyne, united churches of, bishop of, 44.

See also MacCarthy, Thady.

-, clergy and people of, 44.

See also Cork; Cloyne.

Corkery, Ymulcorcrey, Ymulcoyre, Maurice, son of Nicholas, to have chancellorship of Limerick, 299.

-, William, sometime chancellor of Limerick, 299.

Corless, Macaraly, Maccorles, Rory, to have vicarages of Ogulla and Baslis, 215, 216.

-, Rory, canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 69.

Cormocan, Ocormakayn, Ocorroakeryn, Ycarmacayn, John, stipendiary in the church of Tuam, 163.

-, John, detainer of Magheranerla, 221.

Corneto [Italy], 54.

Cornish, Thomas, bishop of Tenos, dispensation to, 41.

Corsteclo, 232, note.

Corstorphine, Corstorphin, Corstorfen [co. Midlothian], collegiate church of, provost of, papal mandatary, 7, 8, 78.

Cosenza, Cusentin[us] [Italy], archbishop of, papal mandatary, 116.

Cosgrove, Cosgrauum [co. Northants.], parish church of, 305.

Cotini, Jo., 26, 27, 109.

Coulter, Culter, Cultyr [co. Lanark], baron of. See Levingston, James; UeuZberis, Robert.

-, parish church of, 210, 280.

Counachalias Templekoayn. See Templeroan.

Courcey, Crucy, Curfi, Curse, Cursey, Cursy, David, archdeacon of Cork, 32, 108, 125.

-, -, to have rectory of Ringrone, 125.

-, Edmund, bishop of Clogher, appointed nuncio and collector of the Camera in Ireland, 58.

-, Patrick de, treasurer of Ardfert, to have precentorship of Ardfert, 33, 185.

Courtenay, Peter, bishop of Winchester, commissary in England for the crusade, 53.

Courtown, Curtoun [co. Wexford], rectory of, 223.

Coutances, Constantien[sis] [France], diocese of, 318.

Coventry and Lichfield [cos. Warwick and Stafford], bishop of, papal mandatary, 6.

See also Smith, William.

-, diocese of, 6, 9.

Cox, Choc, Coc, CucuZ, David, canon of Killala, papal mandatary, 61, 136.

-, Thomas, to have vicarage of Ballysakeery, 136.

-, Walter, canon of Tuam, papal mandatary, 268.

Coychurch [co. Glamorgan], parish church, 258, 259.

Cranston, Thomas, abbot of Jedburgh, faculty to, 40.

-, -, -, provided to abbey of Dunfermline, 43.

Crauthorn, Cranthocium [in Hope All Saints, co. Kent], tithes of, 204, note.

Crawcome, alias Crawcombe. See Croscombe.

Crawford, Crawfoerorde, Crawfortde, Crawfuorde, Alexander, to be received as a canon of Saint-Antoine-de-Viennois and have the preceptorship of Leith, 255.

Creagh, Crych alias Suchyn [co. Roscommon], parish church of, 66.

Creagh, David, archbishop of Cashel, acting as metropolitan, 200.

-, -, -, to be commendatary of the Trinitarian house of Adare, 254.

Creake, Crek, Creke [co. Norfolk], Augustinian monastery of, canon of. See Lindsay, John.

-, -, prior, called abbot, of. See Elvysshe, John.

Crechioun, Trerchcoune, Trerthcoune, James, knight, 42.

-, John, claimant to prebend in church of Lincluden, 195, 196.

Crek, Creke. See Creake.

Croft, Richard, knight, 17, 20.

Croghan, Cruechan [co. Offaly], church of St. Patrick de, alias of St. Corbanus de Killeorbay, 249.

Crohane, Crochan [co. Tipperary], prebend of, 64.

Cronin, Ocionyn, Ocronyn, John, canon of Cork, papal mandatary, 32, 92.

Croscombe, Crawcome alias Crawcombe [co. Somerset], parish church of, 321.

Crucy. See Courcey.

Cruechan. See Croghan.

Crych alias Suchyn. See Creagh.

CucuZ. See Cox.

Culchnamar, Culcuama. See Skreen.

Culfind and Rana. See Coolavin.

Culinge. See Cooling.

Culnam. See Skreen.

Culross, Culros [co. Perth], Cistercian abbey of, abbots of. See Bel, William; Roth, James.

Culter, Cultyr. See Coulter.

Cunca , Cunga. See Cong.

Curfi. See Courcey.

Curren, Ocurryn, Cornelius, canon of Leighlin, papal mandatary, 185.

Curse, Cursey, Cursy. See Courcey.

Curtoun. See Courtown.

Cusack, Machysog, Macysogi, Donald, to have vicarage of Clonlea, 136.

-, -, vicar of Clonlea, 147.

Cusentin[us]. See Cosenza.

Cyllargualand. See Killeroran.

Cyllmacallan. See Kilmacallan.

Cyllmacnenain. See Kilmacrenan.

Cyllosgobum. See Killoscobe.