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Nursery Road

Road off of Lower Green West by the side of the National School, which led to Prussia Place and Nursery Cottages. In 2015 it is a short access road.

1950 Nursery Road map

Occupants in 1925 were:

  1. Thomas Rose
  2. Miss Fry
  3. Percy Arthur Nicholas

Then Alpha Terrace and Prussia Place.

World War 1 Connections
Corporal William Herbert Brett DCM

Private William Whitbread


Maps are reproduced with the permission of the National Library of Scotland.

1922 Queens Road

Electoral register for Queens Road in 1922

Odd numbers, south side

Herrington, Harry 1
Stevens, John 1
Pennell, Frederick 3
Pennell, Emma Elizabeth 3
Block, Edith Elizabeth 5
Block, Lewis James 5
Block, William Charles 5
Munt, Jane 7
Munt, Joseph 7
Good, Sarah Ann 9
Good, Thomas 9
Smith, John 9
Herrington, Alice 11
Herrington, William 11
Dighton, Walter 13
Dighton, Betsy 13
Dixie, Annie 13
Dixie, Edward 13
Sealy, Elizabeth 15
Sealy, George 15
Sealy, Frank Ernest 15
Sealy, Thomas George 15
Semants, Clara 17
Semants, Frederick 17
Marney, Matthew 19
Marney, Sarah 19
Marney, William 19
Miley, James 21
James, Rebecca 21
Beaney, Henry 23
Beaney, Minnie 23
Willoughby, Frank 23
Willoughby, Mary Ann 23
Smith, Emma 25
Smith, Jesse 25
Mara, Benjamin 25
Mara, Elizabeth 25
Mara, Richard 25
Cooper, Uriah 27
Dighton, Walter 27
Ayres, Annie 29
Ayres, Henry 29
Ayres. Albert 29
Smith, Charles 29
Smith, Jesse 29
Ayres, Henry, jun. 31
Green, Robert 31
Greed, James 33
Greed, Nellie Vine 33
Healey, Arthur 33
Healey, Alice 33
James, Alfred 35
James, Ocean 35
James, Henry 35
Boxall, Alice 37
Boxall, William Edward 37
Novell, Sidney 37
Boxall, Thomas 37
Jewell, Ada Mary 39
Jewell, Edwin 39
Davies, Thomas 39
Whiteman, George 41
Whiteman, Ethel 41
Whiteman, John Alfred 41
Whiteman, Luke Francis 41
Allen, Charles 43
Allen, Kate 43
Thornton, John 43
Cook, George 45
Cook, Mabel 45
Cook, William 45
Cook, Isabella 45
Cook, Frederick 45
Hookins, Adelaide 47
Hookins, William Frederick 47
Vince, Annie 49
Vince, Arthur William 49
Munt, Caroline Elizabeth 51
Munt, Albert 51

Even numbers, north side

Cresswell, Oliver Compton 2
Cresswell, Oliver, jun. 2
Russell, Annie 4
Russell, Joseph 4
Russell, William John 4
Bull, Christina 6
Bull, Richard Samuel 6
Bull, John 6
Novell, John 8
Novell, Louisa 8
Jardine, Annie 10
Jardine, George Thomas 10
Jardine, William 10
Mara, Alice 12
Mara, Robert 12
Jelly, Sarah 14
Jelly, William 14
Chapman, Dorothy 16
Davies, William 16
Lee, Henry 16
Farrier, Albert Edward 18
Farrier, Amelia 18
Brice, Robert 20
Brice, William 20
Brice, Ernest 20
Davies, Annie 22
Burge, Samuel 22
Block, Archer Louis 24
Block, Victoria Helen 24
Whiting, Charles Edward 24
Sallis, Henry 26
Sallis, Mabel 26
Sallis, Henry George 26
Kingett, Fanny 28
Kingett, Jack 28
Adaway, Emily 30
Adaway, Jesse 30
Ackerman, Emily 32
Ackerman, William 32
Morris, David 32
Newsom, Adelaide 34
Newsom, Elizabeth 34
Newsom, Thomas 34
Newsom, Walter 34
Bowers, Emily 36
Dale, David 38
Dale, Elizabeth 38
Dale, Sidney Thomcis 38
Dale, Frederick 38
Jordan, Florence 40
Jordan, Tom 40
Varnham, William 42
Bowers, Maud 44
Punter, William Henry 44
Brooks, Ada Caroline 46
Brooks, Charles 46
Jeal, Florence Baxter 48
Jeal, George Thomas 48
Munt, Joseph 50
Munt, Mary Ann 50
Lawrence, Joseph 50
Lawrence, Lilian 50
Swansbury, Elizabeth 52
Swansbury, James 52
Gadd, John 52
Bowers, Ada May 54
Bowers, Henry 54
Mara, Thomas 56
Tanner, Alice 56
Fox, James 56

Imperial Gardens

Two houses in Cedars Avenue, Radstock and The Chantry, were demolished in 1950s/60s for the development of flats and maisonettes.

Source: page 56 Mitcham Histories : 3 Pollards Hill, Commonside East and Lonesome by E.N. Montague

1910 OS Map

1910 OS Map

1900 Cedars Avenue Imperial Gardens