These houses are presumed to be at the Elizabeth Way end.
The three maps show the evolution of St Andrew’s Road from a track in 1885, to Lover’s Way in 1901 and St Andrew’s Road in 1926.
Frederick Lincoln, Rosemont
Ernest Smith, Plemont
17. Hawthorn Cottage: George Edwards
16. Jasmine Cottage: Frank Hewish
15. River View: Sidney Ernest Warwick
14. Roseneath: Ernest Dickerson
13. Grasmere: A Capitaine
12. Holm Dale: Leonard Gray
11. Meadow View: William Hale
10. Walter John Saunders
9. Ernest James Ellwood
8. Harry Hewish, tailor
7. Arthur Cornwell
6. Walter Mole
Ivanhoe: Charles Henry Davidson
5. Hatfield Cottage: Robert Salisbury
4. Curacoa Cottage: M Gawthorp, chimney sweep
3. Herbert Hodder, bootmakers manager
2. Hildersham: Frederick William Godfrey
2. Frederick John Lincoln
18 / 20: Walter Riddy, motor car garage
15. Robert Ephraim Salisbury
45. Frank Hewish, ladies and gents tailor
Pye Radio Ltd
James Brignell and Sons, builders
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