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Albert Road Named after Prince Albert (1819-1861) the husband of Queen Victoria

Bambara Crescent

This  derives from an Aboriginal word meaning ‘forest’

Beecroft Road  -  Beecroft

 

 Houses in Beecroft Rd - Beecroft

Beecroft Road  -  Cheltenham

 

 Houses in Beecroft Road - Cheltenham

Blackwood Close
 

Named after the Blackwood family who built and lived at “Maraba” 8 Beecroft     Road

Burn's Road

Incorrectly named after the Byrne’s family who  had a dairy on this land until 1946

Carlisle Crescent

Named after the Carlisle   family who lived at “Kelvin Grove” 557 Pennant Hills Road. The street was   formed in 1953.

Castle Howard Road

Castle Howard is a famous mansion near Malton in Yorkshire. Malton was the birthplace of Sir Henry Copeland’s wives.

Chapman Avenue

Named after the Chapman family who lived in “The Grange”

Copeland Road

Named after Sir Henry Copeland (1839-1904) who was Secretary (now known as Minister) for Lands in the NSW Parliament in 1886-1887 and again 1891-1894. 

Houses in Copeland Road

 

Garrett Road

Named after the Garrett family who lived nearby in 1917

Hannah Street

This street was named after the first wife of Sir Henry Copeland who was Hannah the daughter of James Beecroft brewer of Malton Yorkshire, England.

Houses in Hannah Street

 

Hull Road

Named   after the city in Yorkshire – which was the County from whence Sir Henry  Copeland came.

Lilla Road

Houses in Lilla Road

 

Malton Road

This road was named after Malton a town in Yorkshire, England, where the wives of Sir Henry Copeland were born.

Houses in Malton Road

 

Mary Street

This street was named after the second wife of Sir Henry Copeland who was Mary the daughter of James Beecroft brewer of Malton Yorkshire, England.

Houses in Mary Street

 

Murray Road

Houses in Murray Road

 

Sutherland Road

House in Sutherland Road

 

The Boulevard

The name of the street was given by William   Chorley after the name of a street in his birthplace, Cheltenham, England.  

Wandeen Avenue

The name of the   street takes its name from the original home – “Wandeen Cottage”.

Houses in Wandeen Avenue

 

York Street

This street was   named after the county which was the birth place of both wives of Sir Henry Copeland.

Houses in York Street