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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chertsey

    into three wards, Chertsey , Addlestone , and Outer Ward. Chertsey is served by the Weybridge and Chertsey branch of the London and South Western Railway , opened in 1848 , with stations at Addlestone and Chertsey , and since

    The hundred of Elmbridge Introduction and map INDEX MAP TO THE HUNDRED OF ELMBRIDGE

    when, however, Ember Court in Thames Ditton was part of the hundred of Kingston , 1 and the holding of Chertsey in Weybridge was attributed to Copthorne . It is not certain at what date the hundred passed into the

    House of Benedictine monks Abbey of Chertsey

    House of Benedictine monks Abbey of Chertsey HOUSE OF BENEDICTINE MONKS I. THE ABBEY OF CHERTSEY The Benedictine Abbey of St. Peter of Chertsey was founded in the year A.D. 666 1 by Erkenwald, afterwards Bishop of London , 2

    The hundred of Godley Introduction and map INDEX MAP TO THE HUNDRED OF GODLEY

    1 CHERTSEY HORSELL The hundred or half-hundred of Godley is made up of lands which, with the exception of Pyrford and Horsell , formed part of the early grants to the monastery of Chertsey . 2 The town of Chertsey

    Parishes Thorpe

    is 2 miles north-west of Chertsey , and nearly 2 miles south-east of Egham . The soil is river gravel, sand, and alluvium. The Chertsey extension branch of the London and South Western Railway from Chertsey to Egham cuts the

  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, James 1 - Volume 39, June 1609, 01 June 1609-30 June 1609

    93. Sir Thomas Lake to Mr. Pigeon. Edw. Anthony having contracted with the contractors for a tenement and land in Chertsey, at 13 s . 6 d . a year, I pray you, in behalf of the contractors, to make Subscribers-only content

    HAMMOND, John

    of birth London (b London (?son of John Hammond, LlD)) Date of birth ?c. 1560 Date of death 1617 Address Chertsey, Surrey 1617 (will PCC) Other notes FRCP 1608. Venn says Ca 1579 BA 1583 MA 1586 MD 1597 incorp

    Addenda, Elizabeth - Volume 11, October 1562, 01 October 1562-31 October 1562

    lately belonging to the monastery of Launde, co. Leicester, and held by Rich. Andrewes, by gift of John Arrowsmith of Chertsey, co. Surrey. With note by John Doyley, sheriff, that Frogmorton has nothing in the said manor on which he Subscribers-only content

    Index of Subjects, U, Z

    the verderers and by the clerk of Sherwood Forest to a tree annually, as a fee, 171, 226. coppices in Chertsey, purchased for the Crown, 55, 63, 87, 242, 250, 332. enclosures of nursery timber in Dean Forest, 216. Navy

    Volume A 82, February 1645, 01 February 1645-28 February 1645

    sons in the army, and one of them was slain, and she has been plundered of 500 l . at Chertsey, Surrey. [ A 4, pp . 45, 46. ] Feb. 21. Greg. Gawsell having contributed 290 l . in Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Abbey Lodge

    Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2120 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, St. Ann's Hill Road, Chertsey, Surrey 1886

    Addlestone Lodge

    Number (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Temple, Chertsey, Surrey, England 1930

    Egham Lodge

    Number (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Chertsey, Surrey, England 1944

    St. Peter’s Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , Chertsey, Surrey , England 1955

    Priory Gate Lodge

    (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , Chertsey, Surrey, England 1967

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHERTSEY, Thomas, of Rochester, Kent.

    CHERTSEY, Thomas, of Rochester, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester 1406 Rochester 1410 Biography Before serving in the Parliament of 1410 Chertsey made an agreement with the bailiff and commonalty of Rochester to ask no more for his parliamentary wages than 4

    HORSMAN, Thomas (c.1536-1610), of Burton Pedwardine, Lincs. and the Savoy, Mdx.

    and the parsonage of Chertsey, Surrey. In his will, dated 16 Oct. 1609, he left his wife the leases he held of the Savoy, the Savoy rent, and the lease of a house and lands in Chertsey. He bequeathed small

    INGRAM, Thomas, of Shere, Surr.

    INGRAM, Thomas, of Shere, Surr. Constituency Dates Guildford 1415 Ofifces Held Tax collector, Surr. June 1410, Aug. 1430. Biography Ingram is first mentioned in April 1403, when Philip Amersham, a Guildford man, was pardoned for accidentally killing one of

    WELDON, Thomas (by 1499-1567), of Cookham, Berks.

    briefly contemplated resettling the monks of Chertsey, and in September 1538 he and his wife Cecily were granted the manor and advowson of White Waltham, also in Berkshire and once the property of Chertsey abbey. Ten years later he and

    THORPE, John (d.c.1399), of Thorpe, Surr.

    confirmed Thorpe, Felicity and their heirs in possession of all the land they had acquired from a local man in Chertsey and Steventon End, but they made no more purchases after this date.[footnote]By March 1380, Thorpe had been promoted to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yma, yn y canoloesau, Fynachdy bychan, perthynol i'r urdd Fenedictaidd; nid oedd amgen na chell yn perthyn i Fynachlog Fawr Chertsey, yn Surrey. Yr oedd ei gyllid blynyddol ar y dadgorfforiad yn 32p. Rhoddodd Htarri VIII. yr ioll feddianau a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o ddeunawv canb i lawr i ychydig dros wyth gant-agos i fil 0 leihad. Un frwydr debyg eto, a bydd Chertsey yn eiddo i'r Rhyddfrydwyr, gyda mwyafrif parchus. Dyma y ffigyrau:- Mr. H. C. Leigh-Bennett (C.) .. 4,845 Mr. L. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stroad, Walton-npon-Tilanes, Surrey, brick-rilaker, Feb. 27, March. 5, April 2, at twelve, at Guidball Lo)ndon. Attornies, Messrs. Clark and Grazebrook, Chertsey, Surrey. Edward gnest, Birmingham, Warwvickshir(_ groc& March 8, 9, April 2, at ten, at the Union TaIern, VBirminghan. Attorney, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ItigCtitttracted, - A meveting of ibe Magistrates ef the cotnqy of Surrey was held on Wednesday, at the Swan Inn, Chertsey, in pursuaaoee of ,a special sumlonons, for the purpose of inves(tiating tbe un- iortuniate'nffair of the murder of ViWiltlam Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tile withesyes examinised before tite Coroner's JicI was Mr. Sutuimers, a re- ~epetable 'oung nntia, iii apothecary and surgeots nf Chertsey. After giving hiisev dan.ce, it ;sas imputed to itins that, being t te ittedical manr . ;: ixtendt Vicent2's Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    The Abbeyes and Nunreis founded by the old Saxons.

    or Edeldrida, daughter of Anna kyng of Eastangles, & the wife of Elfrid kyng of Northum. An. 674.Chertsey.The monastery of Chertsey in Sounthrey founded by Erkenwald Byshop of London. An. 674. throwne done by the Danes, after reedified by kyng

    The Abbeyes and Nunreis founded by the old Saxons.

    Edeldrida, daughter of Anna kyng of Eastangles, and the wife of Elfrid Kyng of Northumb. An. 674.Chertsey. The Monastery of Chertsey in Southrey founded by Erkenwald Byshop of London. an. 674. throwne done by the Danes, after reedified by Kyng

    Monasteries and Vniuersities builded in England. The donations of K. Ethelbald. Nunnes.

    Edeldrida daughter of Anna king of Eastangles, and the wyfe of Elfrid king of Northumb. An. 674.Chertsey. The Monastery of Chertsey in Southrey, founded by Erkenwald bishop of London, an 674 thrown down by the Danes, after reedified by king

 

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