Caresfelda / -fella / Carsfelda / Cere(s)felda / Cer(es)fella / Cerresfella / Keresfelda: Robert Malet's mother; Roger Bigot and Turstan son of Witdo from him; Bishop of Bayeux and Ralph de Savigny from him; Abbot of Ely; Hugh de Montfort; Geoffrey de Mandeville; Countess of Albemarle.
Cebbenhala / Cibbe- / Cipben- / hala / Cybenhalla: Robert Malet's mother and Walter, Humphrey and Walter son of Grip from her; Abbot of St. Edmund's before and after 1066; Hervey de Bourges. 1½ churches.
Cleopetona / Clopetona / -tuna / Cloptuna: Hugh de Montfort; Thorold from Ranulph Peverel; Countess of Albemarle and Ulwin the priest from her; William d'Arcis and Bernard de Sancto Audoeno from him; Humphrey the Chamberlain and Amund from him; Robert Malet's mother and Tiger and Gilbert de Colville from her; Roger de Poitou and Roger FitzErnald from him. Church. 30 pigs.
Cadenham / Code(n)ham: King's land, kept by Godric; Count Alan; Roger de Poitou and Raymond Giralt from him; Bishop of Bayeux; Humphrey FitzAubrey from Ranulph Peverel; Roger de Raismes and Milo from him; Eudo FitzSpirwic; Abbot of Ely; the Vavassors and Friebarn a priest from them. 2 churches.
Church with Norman work. The post office is a former inn, c.1500.
Corn(i)erda: King's land, kept by William the Chamberlain and Otto the Goldsmith; Abbot of St. Edmund's before and after 1066; Richard FitzGilbert; Ralph de Limesy. Church, mill. 4 horses, 18 beasts, 80 pigs, 473 sheep.
Now Great Cornard, a suburb of Sudbury, and the hamlet of Little Cornard.
Cratinga(s)-ingis / Gratingis: Abbot of Bernai; Robert Malet and Walter de Caen and Robert Glanville from him; Roger de Poitou; Roger Bigot and Garenger from Bishop of Bayeux; Count of Mortain; Humfrid from William de Warenne; Walter de St. Valery. Church, mill.
Cratina / -ingis / Gratinga: Robert de Glanville from Robert Malet; Bishop of Bayeux and William de Boeville from Geoffrey de Mandeville; Abbot of Bernai; Walter de St. Valery; St. Mary of Gerstein from Count Mortain. Church, 2 mills. 7 beasts.
Gratingeham / Gretingaham / -ingeham: Count Alan; Earl Hugh; Bishop of Bayeux and Ralph de Savigny from him; Abbot of Ely; Roger de Candos from Hugh de Montfort; Humphrey the Chamberlain and Amund from him. Church, mill.
Depbe(n)ham / Deph(e)am / Dephenham / Depleham: William Gulafra from Robert Malet and his mother from him; Bishop of Bayeux; Ralph de Savigny from Ranulph Peverel; Abbot of Ely. 2 churches, St. Mary and St. Andrew. 20 pigs, 28 goats.
Small town. St. Mary's Church has Saxon and Norman work in the tower and porch. Crows Hall is a fine moated house, c.1508.
Ilelega / Illeleia / Lelega: Archbishop Lanfranc; Abbot of St. Edmund's before and after 1066 and Arnulf from him; Tihell de Herion; Bishop of Bayeux; Richard FitzGilbert. Church, 3 mills. 20 pigs, 160 sheep.
Eia / Heia: Robert Malet's mother and Walter the Crossbowman and Walter de Caen from her. Church, market, fishery, park, 2 mills. 60 pigs.
Small market town. William Malet built a motte and bailey castle on the site of a Saxon fortress; remains of a priory, founded c.1100 by Malet's son. The 101ft tall church steeple is one of the wonders of Suffolk.