Part of south London.
|Cambrewelle: Hamo the Sheriff. Church.|
Outer London suburb; part-medieval church.
|Aultone: Geoffrey de Mandeville and Wesman from Geoffrey FitzEustace. Church, mill.|
12th and 13th century church with a unique 'Doom' wallpainting, c.1200.
|Calvedone: Ralph from Bishop of Bayeux. Church.|
Large suburb. St. Dunstan's Church was rebuilt in 1864, but the medieval chancel stands as Lumley Chapel, in the churchyard.
|Ceiham: Archbishop of Canterbury. Church.|
Scattered. St. Leonard's Church is one of medieval flint.
|C(h)elesham: Robert de Watteville from Richard FitzGilbert. Church.|
Small town once famous for its huge Benedictine Abbey founded in 666, dissolved in 1538.
|Certesi: Church of Chertsey; Richard Reckless from the king. Mill at the hall, smithy.|
Inter-war and post-war housing; Burnt Stub Zoo.
|Cisedune / ndone: Robert from Richard FitzGilbert; Miles Crispin. ½ mill.|
|Celeorde: Bishop of Bayuex. Mill.|
|Tepestede: Church of Chertsey; William nephew of Bishop Walkelin from Richard FitzGilbert. Mill.|
St. Lawrence church.
|Cebeham: Church of Chertsey and Odin and Corbelin from the church. Church, chapel.|
Part of London.
|Clopeham: Geoffrey de Mandeville.|
Large suburban area; Semaphore House on Telegraph Hill, built in 1822.
|Claigate: Westminster Abbey.|
Now 2 villages, Church Cobham and Street Cobham; early 19th century mill.
|Covenham: Church of Chertsey. 3 mills.|
St. Nicholas's Church, with many 11th century parts and some pre-Conquest details.
|Contone: Walter FitzOthere. Church.|
Wooded suburb. Coombe Hill supplied the water for Hampton Court in Tudor times.
|Cumbe: Humphrey the Chamberlain; Ansgot the Interpreter.|
Suburban area; mainly 13th century church.
|Colesdone: Church of Chertsey. Church.|
Surrey's largest town and a prominent shopping, office and cultural centre. It was the seat of the Archbishops of Canterbury from the 11th to 19th century and a large medieval market town. The church of St. John the Baptist, founded in the 10th century, was rebuilt in the 19th.
|Croindene: Archbishop of Canterbury. Mill, church.|
Suburb between Ewell and Cheam.
|Codintone: Ilbert from Bishop of Bayeux. Mill.|