Parish; Canford Manor, a public school.
|Cheneford: Edward of Salisbury. 2 mills.|
Almost absorbed by Charmouth; 19th century manor house.
|Cerneli: Count of Mortain.|
|Catesclive: William from Earl Hugh.|
Victorian church with work by Gilbert Scott and William Morris.
|Stoche Estocha: Milton Abbey. Mill.|
Now Chaldon Herring; also known as East Chaldon; Bronze Age barrows.
|Calvedone / a: King's land; Bolle the priest from the king; Hugh from the wife of Hugh FitzGrip. 500 sheep.|
It was blown up during the Civil War and rebuilt in 1661 by Parliamentarian Sir Walter Erle, whose descendants still own it.
|Cereberie / a: King's land. Charborough House.|
|Cerletone / a: King's land. 2 mills.|
|Cerminstre: Bishop of Salisbury.|
Regency houses; thatched cottages.
|Cernemude: Count of Mortain.|
Remote, an ancient manor farm.
|Celberge / a: Ranulf from William de Mohun (claimed by the son of Odo the Chamberlain); Roger of Arundel.|
|Ceseburne: Shaftesbury Abbey. Mill.|
Chettle House, a Queen Anne mansion.
|Ceotel: Aiulf the Chamberlain.|
|Cicherelle: Bolle the priest from the king.|
Chideock Chideock Castle. The Chideock Martyrs, 4 Roman Catholics executed during Elizabeth I's reign, were tried in Chideock House.
|Ciltecome: Brictwin from the king.|
Ruined mill-race; Iron Age fort.
|Acford / a: King's land; Count of Mortain. 2 mills.|
|Frome / a: William de Mohun.|
|Glole / -ua / Chenolle: Roger de Beaumont; William de Braose; Waleran; Walter de Claville.|
|Clistone: William Malbank from Earl Hugh.|
Clyffe Clyffe Farm.
Colber Colber Crib House.
Compton (near Sherborne)
Now 2 villages, Nether and Over Compton. Nearby Compton House is a farm where butterflies and moths are bred.
|Contone: Monks of Sherborne. Mill.|
|Cuntone: Shaftesbury Abbey.|
Compton Valence Near a Roman road; 17th century manor house.
Green; 13th century church.
|Come: Bishop of Lisieux; Walter de Claville.|
Ruins of a castle originally built by William I on a fortified Saxon site and blown up by Cromwell's Roundheads in 1646.
|Castellum Warham: King's land.|
|Corf: Robert FitzGerald. Mill.|
|Coriescumbe / Corscumbe / Coriscumbe: Bishop of Sherborne; William from Count of Mortain; Godwin from the king.|
|Corfetone: Roger de Coursteulles.|
Jacobean and Georgian houses; Cranborne Chase, a medieval royal hunting ground; 13th century manor house, possibly King John's hunting lodge.
|Creneburne / borna: King's land. 4 mills, 10 cows, 4 cattle, 1037 sheep, 40 goats.|
East Creech nearby.
|Cric / Crist / Criz: Count of Mortain; Roger de Beaumont; William de Braose; wife of Hugh FitzGrip.|
|Frome: William de Mohun. Mill.|