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Andrew Chertsey (fl. c. 1492—1537) translator

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Chertsey tiles

Chertsey [Chertesey], Andrew (fl. 1502-1527), translator

Earconwald [St Earconwald, Erkenwald] (d. 693), abbot of Chertsey and bishop of the East Saxons

ELLIS, John (1925 - 2014), Head of Royal Armament Research and Development Establishment, Chertsey, 1984–85

AINLEY, (David) Geoffrey (born 1924), Deputy Director (Projects and Research), Military Vehicles and Engineering Establishment, Chertsey, 1978–84

BURNS, Bryan Hartop (1896 - 1984), Hon. Consulting Orthopædic Surgeon: St George’s Hospital; St Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey; Heatherwood Hospital, Ascot

LEIGH-BENNETT, Henry Currie (1852 - 1903), MP (C) Surrey (Chertsey Division), bye-election, Feb. 1897

BOYD CARPENTER, Archibald Boyd (1873 - 1937), Reserve of Officers; MP (U) Chertsey Division, Surrey, since 1931; JP for Surrey

MACMASTER, Donald (1846 - 1922), Barrister Quebec, 1871; Ontario, 1882; Lincoln’s Inn, 1906; MP (U), Chertsey Division, Surrey, since 1910, (Co U) since 1918

YOUNG, Robert Henry (1903 - 1997), Consultant Orthopædic Surgeon, St George’s Hospital, SW1, 1946–68; Hon. Consultant, St Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey, 1939–68

BRITTON, Mark Gordon (born 1946), Consultant Physician in respiratory medicine, Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Trust (formerly St Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey), 1983–2011

MIMPRISS, Trevor Walter (1905 - 1989), Hon. Consultant; retired, 1970, as: Surgeon to St Thomas’ Hospital; Surgeon-in-Charge, Urological Division, St Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey, Surrey


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