Rather than try to attack London across the river, the Normans continued west through Surrey, crossed the Thames at Wallingford in Berkshire and descended on London from the north-west. As was the case across England, the native ruling class of Surrey was virtually eliminated by Norman seizure of land. Only one significant English landowner, the brother of the last English Abbot of Chertsey, remained by the time the Domesday survey was conducted in When the male line of the Warennes became extinct in the 14th century, the earldom was inherited by the Fitzalan Earls of Arundel. The Fitzalan line of Earls of Surrey died out in , but after other short-lived revivals in the 15th century the title was conferred in on the Howard family , who still hold it.
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In Cheam Village, the historical centre, you'll find a tempting array of restaurants and pubs. So, come with us, and see what this fascinating destination has to offer And the times they are a changing The black and white photo of the high street above was probably taken shortly after - the colour one in Can anyone help here? This photo was sent in by a reader. It's her relative 'Walter G. Leppard' who ran a grocer's in Cheam.
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We have been able to settle in quickly and your helpful assistance with our move is deeply appreciated. As you are aware, the property first went on the market in August with another local agent and although they found a buyer the deal collapsed after nine weeks, just before Christmas. Consequently, I decided to place the business with Buckinghams and within a short period a buyer came forward and the sale was completed 17th April. During the course of negotiations I found you and your colleagues most responsive and at all tim Mr L purchased in Virginia Water.
Wanborough, The Manor and The Great Barn In the Cistercian monks from Waverley Abbey near Farnham built a great barn in which to store the annual harvest of arable crops and sheep fleeces from Wanborough manor which the order controlled. The Cistercian system of recruiting lay brothers, who were men lacking the education to become fully fledged monks but who wanted the discipline of religious life, enabled large farming operations to be run efficiently and dependably for the order under the supervision of a bailiff. The Abbey secured the right to hold an annual fair at Wanborough for three days from August 23rd and also provided for a piepowder court 1 to settle trading and other offences. The Great Barn was constructed from huge oak timbers, much of which is still in place today. The original external covering was made of vertical boarding although today this has been replaced with weatherboarding.