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Later they were restored, and in 1606 sold to Francis Leigh.
The Cope, Hale and Henn families held the lands until 1681. In 1758, his daughter and heiress married Sir George Warren, and in 1777 their daughter married Thomas Bulkeley, 7th Viscount Bulkeley.
Brook Place, also known as Malt House, is a Grade II*-listed building is dated "W B[ray] 1656".
The River Bourne and its northern tributary, the Hale, Mill Bourne or Windle Brook run through the village.
Chobham lost a large minority of its land to West End, in 1968, which has a higher population and was long associated with another parish.
Chobham became known for the development represented by its tank factory and testing ground, producing Chobham armour. 1% of the population at the 2011 census (15 people) were employed in agriculture, forestry and fishing sector in 2011.
The largest sectors of employment were Wholesale and Retail Trade; Repair of Motor Vehicles and Motor Cycles and Professional, Scientific and Technical Activities at 15% and 11% of the population respectively.
The following types of outlets are well-represented: Chobham F. were members of the Combined Counties Football League until the end of the 2010–11 season, when they were relegated to the Surrey Elite Intermediate League.