English Place-name Society

Survey of English Place-Names

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Beamonds Fm

Early-attested site in the Parish of Chertsey

Historical Forms

  • Beaumond 1342 ChertseyReg
  • Beaumont Farm 1634 DKRxxxix


Beamonds Fm (6″) is Beaumond 1342ChertseyReg , le Beamond 1344, Bemond 1432 Chertsey, Beaumont Farm 1634 DKR xxxix.This is a Norman-French name meaning 'beautiful hill.' For the form cf. Beamish (PN NbDu 14) and Beamond and Beamont for Beaumont (ib. 15).