Stone Age remains and a moat nearby.
|Caldone: Robert of Stafford, formerly Countess Godiva.|
The castle became a convent and is now privately owned.
|Cavreswelle: Arnulf de Hesdin from Robert of Stafford.|
|Cerletone: Leofnoth from Bishop of Chester.|
Charnes Old Hall; moat.
|Ceruernest: Leofnoth from Bishop of Chester.|
Chartley Chartley Castle with a cattle and deer park; Chartley Hall, where Mary, Queen of Scots, was imprisoned in 1585.
|Catspelle: William FitzAnsculf.|
|Ceterville: Leofnoth from Bishop of Chester.|
Market town with a coal and textile industry; nature reserve.
|Cedla / Celle: King's land; Robert of Stafford, formerly Countess Godiva. Mill.|
Saxon cross in the churchyard.
|Cebbesio: Humphrey from Henry de Ferrers. Castle.|
Pretty; 6 Saxon crosses in the churchyard, with figures of the bishops slain in a battle between Saxons and Danes.
|Cedla: Otto, from the king.|
County's only working flint mill; museum of ceramic milling industry; paper mills.
|Celtetone: William from Earl Roger.|
Chillington Hall, on the site of a castle where the Giffards (who came to England with William I) lived for over 800 years. The park was laid out by Capability Brown in 1730.
|Cillentone: William FitzCorbucion.|
|Eitone: Godric from Robert of Stafford.|
Suburb of Newcastle-under-Lyme.
|Claitone: Nigel from Richard Forester.|
|Cliftone / Clistone: King's land. 2 mills.|
|Codeshale: Kenwin, the pre-Conquest holder, from the king. Locality.|
|Mess: Leofnoth from Bishop of Chester.|
Building near Great and Little Haywood remains.
|Scoteslei: Nigel from Bishop of Chester.|
|Coltone / tune: Ascelin from Earl Roger.|
Compton Absorbed into Wolverhampton.
Consall Consall Forge.
|Copehale: Burgred from Robert of Stafford.|
|Cota: Leofnoth from Bishop of Chester.|
|Cote: 2 Frenchmen and a thane from Bishop of Chester.|
Coton (in Milwich)
Coton (near Stafford)
|Cote: Ascelin from Earl Roger.|
|Codeuualle / Cotewoldestune: King's land; William from Earl Roger, formerly Countess Godiva.|
|Cove: Burgred from Robert of Stafford.|
Cowley On the Shropshire Union Canal.
Wooded; by a lake.
|Crachemers: King's land. Mill.|
|Cressvale: William Pandolf from Earl Roger. Mill.|
Saxon mound nearby.
|Crocheshalle: Roger from Henry de Ferrers. 2 mills.|
The Abbey, one of the best-preserved monastic ruins in England, was founded for Cistercian monks by Bertram de Verdun in 1176. King John died near here in 1216, ministered to by the monks of Crxoden.
|Crochesdene: Alfwold, the pre-Conquest holder, from the king.|
|Crochestone: Bishop of Chester.|