Lansdell Road

Possibly named after Reverend F J Lansdell was the mission clergyman at the ‘School Church’, in St Marks Road, in 1891 – according to Eric Montague in his Mitcham Histories : 7 The Upper or Fair Green, page 110.

Alfred Lansdell Mizen was born in Mitcham in July 1904, according to a family tree webpage.

The road runs from the junction with Locks Lane and Eastfields Road, southward to St Marks Road.

In the 1891 street directory, described as heading north from St Marks Road to Locks Lane, the occupants were:

from St Mark’s road to Lock’s lane


Alexandra Terrace:
1, Walter William Smith
2, William Stanley
3, James Dundas Hill
4, Edwin Cox
5, George William Lawrence
6, Samuel Cousins


Walgrave Terrace:
1, Arthur J. Everett
2, Jacob Norris
3, William H. Hopkins
4, Charles Bishop Newing
5, Charles Williamson
6, Miss Mizen
7, Thomas G. Baker
8, Mrs Excell
9, Thomas Belbin
10, Edward Gray Arthur
11, George Whittingham
12, John Humphreys
13, Charles Schneider
14, Arthur Morris
15, Arthue Ernest Clinch
16, Thomas Turner

— here is Feltham road

Victoria Terrace:
1, Edward Salmon
2, Alfred Stenning
3, Edward George Gardener
4, Avis Etherington
5, Albert Harrison
6, John Tilley

World War 1 Connections
Private Benjamin Arthur Morris
Lance Corporal Frederick James Seach


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