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Chalfont & Latimer
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Chalfont & LatimerChalfont & Latimer. Chalfont was recorded as Ceadeles funta in 949 from the personal name of a Saxon, Ceadel, and Old Welsh funta, 'a spring or stream' - "Ceadel's home near a spring'. Latimer is also derived from a personal name, recorded as Yselhamstede in 1220 and Isenhampstede Latyer in 1389, from William Latymer, who obtained the manor on this site in 1330; the name was over time shortened to Latimer.

The station was opened as CHALFONT ROAD on 8 July 1889 and re-named CHALFONT & LATIMER in November 1915.

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