The actual name of C.C. or C2 has been a topic on the net because no one besides the author knows it. But for some reason the names "Elizabeth" and "Cecaniah Corabelle" pops up. Now the question is, why Cecaniah Corabelle?
I can understand why "Elizabeth" might be suggested; it was a common name at the time and place in Europe where C.C lived.
But "Cecaniah" is a rather unusual name and I couldn't find it anywhere. So why would she be named Cecaniah Corabelle? Is there anything suggesting such a name? Where did this theory begin?