Cumæ

Cumæ, a considerable maritime city of Campania, now in ruins; alleged to be the earliest Greek settlement in Italy; famous as the residence of the Sibyl (q.v.), and a place of luxurious resort for wealthy Romans.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Culverwel, Nathaniel * Cumberland
Cubbit, Sir William
Cudworth, Ralph
Cuenca
Cujas
Culdees
Cullen, Paul
Cullen, William
Culloden
Culpeper, Nicholas
Culverwel, Nathaniel
Cumæ
Cumberland
Cumberland, Dr. Richard
Cumberland, Richard
Cumberland, William Augustus, Duke of
Cumbria
Cumming, Gordon
Cumming, John
Cunard, Sir Samuel
Cunaxa
Cunctator