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The History of Chertsey Bridge

H J M STRATTON and B F J PARDOE

Although Chertsey could boast in the 13th century of at least two bridges within the town tithing neither of these spanned the Thames, but only the Bourne in Guildford Street and the arm of that stream then crossing London otherwise East Street. There was however frequent reference between 1300 and 1400 to Redewynde Ferry. Some authorities have disputed the location of this ferry as being on the Thames, but all the various references to Redewynde in the Chertsey Abbey Cartularies and early documents do in fact seem to indicate that the area around Chertsey bridge was originally known as Redewynde.

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