Caldecote, half a knight's-fee in, heirs of Simon de
Chelesfeld, 1198, xxiii.
CANTERBURY, three acres between Worthgate
and St. James's Hospital, Nicholas Fitz Baldewin
to the Prior of Canterbury, 1198, xxii.
Canterbury, Hubert Walter, Archbishop of, a judge,
Canterbury, H., Archbishop of, Street, 1198, xxvi.
Canterbury, H., Archdeacon of, a judge, 1196, vi.
Canterbury, The Prior of [Ch. Ch.], 1198, xxii.
Canterbury, St. Augustine's, Clerenbaud,
of, 1163-73, xvii., note.
Canterbury, St. Augustine's, Roger, Abbot
Canterbury, St. Augustine's, Abbot of, his manor in
Pucleston, in Stodmarsh, 1198, xlvi.
Canterbury, ST. AUGUSTINE'S, all claim to the
stewardship of, quitclaimed
by Reginald de
Cornhell and Matilda his wife to Roger the
Abbot and the Convent, 1197, xvii.
Canterbury, St. Gregory's, Dunstan, Prior of,
Ridley, 1198, xliii.
Capellan, William : see under Romney Marsh,
Cgnophelaster, Sinoth ; see under Rodmersham,
Chelesfeld, Alice de, eldest daughter of Simon
and wife of Escollant, 1198, xxiii
Chelesfeld, Juliana de, wife of Simon, 1198, xxiii.
Chelesfeld, Lecia de, daughter and coheiress
Simon, and wife of Philip de Danmartin,
Chelesfeld, Sarah de, daughter and coheir of Simon,
and wife of Dine, 1198, xxiv.
Chelesfeld, Simon de, division of his
his three coheiresses, 1198, xxiii., xxiv.
Chelesfeld : see Chelsfield.
CHELSFIELD [Chelesfeld], apportionment of
lands of Simon de Chelesfeld among coheiresses,
CHILHAM [Chilleham], Hamo Fitz
Ralph de Dene, 1198, xxxix.
CHILHAM [Chilleham], DENE in, 1198, xxxix.
Chilleham : see Chilham.
Claigate, Roger de la, Shipbourne, 1198, xxvii.
Claure, a field so called, Fleet in Richborough,0
||Clerenbaud, Abbot of St. Augustine's, 1163-73,
Clericus, Elena, widow of Hugh, Little
Clericus, Hugh, dead, 1195, Little Dartford, iv.
Clericus, Simon, Little Dartford, 1195, iv.
Clericus, Thomas, Little Dartford, 1195,
Cnolla [and Noll], a field so called Fleet in
Richborough, 1197, xiv.
Cobbeham: see Cobham.
COBHAM [Cobbeham], land in, Henry de Scornes
to James and Thomas de Fugeleston,
Coleman, Elias, Little Dartford, 1195,
"Coram ipso domino Rege," the expression,
Cornhell, Matilda de, wife of Reginald, 1197, xvii.
Cornhell, Reginald de, and Matilda his wife: see
under St. Augustine's, 1197, xvii.
Cranford, Anscull de, Ripple, etc., 1198, xxxiii.
Crevequer [Creuequer], Emma de: see
CRISTON, half the land of, 1195-6, iii.
Cucidemille, Allington ? 1196, vii.
Danmartin, Lecia de, wife of Philip: see under
Sutton, 1197, xviii.
Danmartin, Lecia de, wife of Philip, and daughter of
Simon de Chelesfeld, 1198, xxiii., xxiv.
Danmartin, Philip de, 1197, xviii.; 1198, xxiii., xxiv
Dapphese, Benedict de : see under Langesstrod,
DARTFORD [Derentford], the third part of a mill,
in, Warin Tirel and Mabil his wife to Rohaisia de
Haia, 1195, i.
DARTFORD [Parva Derteford], the property of
Amicia, wife of William de Mohesden, and Mabil,
wife of Warin Tirel, sisters of William de Gorum,
DARTFORD [Magna Derteford], 1195, iv.
DENE [Den], Baldwin Fitz Mathew to Richard de
Seuelden and Agatha his
wife, 1198, xxxvi.
DENE in CHILHAM, 1198, xxxix.
Dene, Harlewin de: see under Ratling, 1196, vi.
Dene, Ralph de, Chilham, 1198, xxxix.
Dene, Thomas de, Ratling, 1196, vi.
Derentford, i.e. Dartford, i.
Derteford Purva : see Dartford.
DETLING [Detlinges], Manesland, etc. in,
de Petraponte to his mother Lucy,