Chertsey Bridge, KT16

Road in/near Laleham

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Chertsey Bridge is a road in the KT16 postcode area



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mr dennis culley
mr dennis culley   
Added: 3 Aug 2017 19:54 GMT   
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Post by mr dennis culley: Mead Lane, KT15

my dad dennis culley lived in mead lane around 1939. with his family. his father albert culley, mum alice culley {anderson} and grandparents brothers and sister.

VIEW THE LALEHAM AREA IN THE 1750s
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VIEW THE LALEHAM AREA IN THE 1800s
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VIEW THE LALEHAM AREA IN THE 1830s
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VIEW THE LALEHAM AREA IN THE 1860s
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VIEW THE LALEHAM AREA IN THE 1900s
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Laleham

Laleham is a village beside the River Thames, immediately downriver from Staines-upon-Thames in the Spelthorne borough of Surrey. Until 1965 the village was in Middlesex.

The name Laleham" probably derives from lael meaning ’twig’ and ’ham’ meaning homestead.

Iron Age spearheads from the 5th century have been found in the River Thames at Laleham Ferry. The Middlesex section of the Domesday Book of 1086 records the village as Leleham. The manor was held partly by Fécamp Abbey from Robert of Mortain and partly by Estrild, a nun. The manor of Laleham was later held by Westminster Abbey. In the 13th century Westminster Abbey had a grange and watermill on the banks of the Thames near the site of Laleham Abbey.

The Church of England parish church of All Saints dates from the 12th century but was largely rebuilt in brick about 1600 and the present tower was built in 1780.

Today, Laleham has a Church of England primary school, an archery club and Burway Rowing Club.

The poet Matthew Arnold (1822–88) lived here, dividing his time between Laleham and Rugby School.


LOCATIONS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Chertsey High School:   Free schools (Secondary) which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 16.
Laleham CofE VA Primary School:   Voluntary aided school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 4 and 11.
Penton Park:   Penton Park is a community of park homes.
Philip Southcote School:   Community special school which accepts students between the ages of 11 and 19.
St Anne’s Catholic Primary School:   Academy converter (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 4 and 11.
Stepgates Community School:   Community school (Primary) which accepts students between the ages of 2 and 11.


NEARBY STREETS AND BUILDINGS ON THE UNDERGROUND MAP
Abbey Chase, KT16 · Abbey Gardens, KT16 · Abbey Green, KT16 · Abbey Meadows, KT16 · Abbey Place, KT16 · Abbey Road, KT16 · Abbeyfields, KT16 · Addlestone Moor, KT15 · Albert Avenue, KT16 · Blacksmiths Lane, KT16 · Blacksmith’s Lane, KT16 · Bourne Avenue, KT16 · Bramley Close, KT16 · Bridge Road, KT16 · Bridge Wharf, KT16 · Burley Orchard, KT16 · Burway Crescent, KT16 · Chantry Road, KT16 · Chaseside Gardens, KT16 · Chertsey Bridge Road, KT16 · Chertsey Bridge, KT16 · Chertsey Road, KT15 · Church Close, TW18 · Church Close, TW18 · Colonel’s Lane, KT16 · Drill Hall Road, KT16 · Dudley Close, KT15 · Eastern Avenue, KT16 · Eastworth Road, KT16 · Fairfields, KT16 · Fairway, KT16 · Ferry Lane, KT16 · Flemish Fields, KT16 · Ford Road, KT16 · Fordbridge Close, KT16 · Fordwater Road, KT16 · Free Prae Road, KT16 · Friars Way, KT16 · Galsworthy Road, KT16 · Hatch Close, KT15 · Hatch Farm Mews, KT15 · Hazelbank Road, KT16 · Heriot Road, KT16 · Highfield Road, KT16 · King Street, KT16 · Laburnum Road, KT16 · Laleham Park, TW18 · Laleham Reach, KT16 · Laleham Reach, TW18 · Langdon Close, KT15 · London Street, KT16 · M3, KT16 · Marina Close, KT16 · Mead Lane, KT15 · Mead Lane, KT16 · Meadhurst Road, KT16 · Meadow View, KT16 · Midway Avenue, KT16 · Mixnams Lane, KT16 · Monks Lane, KT16 · Monks Lane, TW20 · Monks Walk, KT16 · Orchard View, KT16 · Paddocks Way, KT16 · Painesfield Drive, KT16 · Pound Road, KT16 · Rosemead, KT16 · Salesian Gardens, KT16 · Springfields Close, KT16 · St. John’s Way, KT16 · Staines Lane Close, KT16 · Staines Lane, KT16 · Staines Road, KT16 · Staines Road, TW18 · Staines Road, TW18 · Station Road, KT16 · Stepgates Close, KT16 · Stepgates, KT16 · Thames Avenue, KT16 · Thames Close, KT16 · Thames Side, KT16 · Thamesgate, KT16 · The Broadway, TW18 · The Crescent, KT16 · The Lane, KT16 · The Planes, KT16 · Victory Road, KT16 · Weir Road, KT16 · Western Avenue, KT16 · Western Close, KT16 · Weymead Close, KT16 · Willow Walk, KT16 · Windsor Street, KT16 · Woburn Hill, KT15 · Wrabness Way, TW18 ·
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Stanford's Geographical Establishment. London : Edward Stanford, 26 & 27, Cockspur St., Charing Cross, S.W. (1901)
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