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Dedworth Street Names

The suggested origin of The street names in Dedworth

Source The streets of Windsor & Eton, published by The Windsor Local History Publications Group ISBN 095055678 2

The Streets of Windsor

Modern nameOriginOlder Name Earliest Mention  
BuiltIn DeedsOn Maps
Abbots WalkPerpetuates the legend that there was once a priory or monastery in the area but this is unproven1950s
Alden ViewA former mayor of Windsor Thomas 1592, 1597, 16051960s
AndermansThe Name of a field once in the area, Shown on a map dated 1785 of Dedworth Hamlet1960s
Ash Lane1960s
Aston MeadA former mayor of Windsor Thomas 15801960s
Basford wayA former mayor of Windsor Harold 1962
Benning CloseA former mayor of Windsor Robert 15861970s
Birch Road1970s
BlackHorse Close1960s
Bradshaw CloseA former mayor of Windsor Robert 15861960s
Bruce Walk1970s
Bryer Place1970s
Buckland Crescent1930s
Burnetts RoadThe Name of a field once in the area, Shown on a map dated 1785 of Dedworth Hamlet1960s
Burnham Close1960s
Burton wayA former mayor of Windsor Frank 1961 and 19711970s
Butlers Close1960s
Camm AvenueSir Sidney Camm designed the Hurricane Fighter plane, born in Windsor1970s
Carter CloseThere was a Canon Carter of Clewer1950s
Cawcott DriveA former mayor of Windsor Robert 16011960s
Charlton square1970s
Charlton Way1970s
Clifton RiseA former mayor of Windsor Thomas 15841960s
Copper Beach Close1960s
Dean Close1960s
Dedworth drive1940s
Dedworth RoadDedworth Green New Road17611846
Duncannon Crescent1970s
FairacresThe name of a Farm once in the area1970s
Filmer RoadHenry Filmer, Burnt at the stake in 1544, for his religious beliefs. One of the 'Windsor Martyrs'1970s
Forest RoadWas once on the edge of Windsor Forest1930s
Foster AvenueSquire Foster lived at Clewer Manor1940s
Franklyn Crescent1970s
Frymley ViewA former mayor of Windsor John 15941950s
Furness Square1970s
Furness Way1970s
Fuzzens WalkA former mayor of Windsor Fred 1946-491970s
Gallys RoadA former mayor of Windsor Richard 1561, 1566, 15701950s
Gilman CrescentA former mayor of Windsor Samuel 1697, 1705, 1718, 17261970s
Green Acre1950s
Gwynne CloseTwo former mayors of Windsor , Mathew 1539, 1545, 1548 and William 1586, 15871960s
Hanley CloseA former mayor of Windsor William 15591960s
Hanover wayNamed after the Royal house of Hanover1940s
Harcourt RoadWilliam 3rd Earl of Harcourt (1743-1830) purchased St Leonard's Hill1960s
Hayse HillA former mayor of Windsor Thomas 15991950s
Hemwood Road1970s
Holly Crescent1960s
Homers RoadThe name of a Farm once in the area1960s
Hylle CloseA former mayor of Windsor Gabriel 15581960s
Jacob CloseA former mayor of Windsor William 15751960s
Keeler CloseA former mayor of Windsor Ian 19691970s
Keepers Farm CoseThe name of a Farm once in the area1940s
Kentons Lane18121928
Kings FieldThe Name of a field once in the area, Shown on a map dated 1785 of Dedworth Hamlet1960s
Knights CloseFounder of the Windsor Express in 1812 and mayor 1806 and 18171960s
Leigh square1960s
Liddell Square1970s
Lockets CloseThe Name of a field once in the area, Shown on a map dated 1785 of Dedworth Hamlet1960s
Lodge Way1960s
Longmead1960s
Loring RoadA division of the Domesday Manor of Dedworth1940s
Losfield RoadSaxon Village in Area1940s
Lovejoy Lane1970s
Luff CloseA former mayor of Windsor Thomas 19121970s
Lyell Road1970s
Maidenhead RoadSurley Hall Road16071900
Manor Road1930s
Mansell CloseA division of the Domesday Manor of Dedworth1940s
Marbeck CloseThe Organist of St George's chapel who was a Windsor martyr1960s
Martin CloseMartin Lang, second son of the developer of the West Windsor Estate1960s
Merwin WayA former mayor of Windsor Thomas 1669, 16811960s
Monks RoadPerpetuates the legend that there was once a priory or monastery in the area but this is unproven1950s
Needham CloseA former mayor of Windsor Richard 1582, 15831950s
Newberry CrescentHumphrey Newbery, Recorder 1608-13 and 1624-381960s
North Close1950s
Park Corner1970s
Pierson roadAnthony Pierson, Burnt at the stake in 1544, for his religious beliefs. One of the 'Windsor Martyrs'1960s
Poolmans RoadThe name of a Farm once in the area1950s
Poolmans Road1950s
Priors RoadPerpetuates the legend that there was once a priory or monastery in the area but this is unproven1950s
Rays AvenueNamed after a meadow in the area1900s
Redford RoadA former mayor of Windsor Richard 1573, 15831960s
Roses Lane17611922
Rowland CloseA former mayor of Windsor Thomas 17361970s
Ruddles wayName derived from "Ruddlespool" first recorded 1286                  1960s
Sawyers Close1960s
SheepCote RoadAsh lane18121947
Sidney road
Smiths LaneA 19th Century landowner from DedworthSherbourne Lane17611930
St Georges Close1940s
Stirling Close1960s
Stroud Close1970s
Stuart CloseNamed after the Royal house of Stuart1950s
Stuart WayNamed after the Royal house of Stuart1950s
Surley Hall walkName of an old inn once in the area where Eton college boys sought refreshment1940s
Testwood RoadRobert Testwood, Burnt at the stake in 1544, for his religious beliefs. One of the 'Windsor Martyrs'1960s
Thames MeadThe Name of a field once in the area, Shown on a map dated 1785 of Dedworth Hamlet1970s
Tinkers LaneAn ancient route through Windsor Forest used by tinkers and peddlers17611970
Tozer WalkA former mayor of Windsor Richard 1949-521970s
Tudor wayRevd Henry Tudor built All Saints Church, Dedworth in 18631940s
Washington drive1980s
West Crescent1920s
White Horse Road1960s
WhiteleyTwo former mayors of Windsor, Thomas 1495, 1497 and John 1560, 15681960s
Wilton Crescent1980s
Withey CloseThe growing of Willows for basket making1960s
Wolf LaneAfter the public house now named the Maypole17611930
Wyatt Road1960s
Source The streets of Windsor & Eton, published by The Windsor Local History Publications Group ISBN 095055678 2

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