Original name of road now called Cricket Green, with even numbers, along south-west side of the green. Prior to that it was called Lower Green East until 1944.

From the minutes of the
Croydon Rural District Council
Roads and Buildings Committee
Volume VIII 1902 – 1903
15th May 1902
page 111

2. Deposited Plans. – The Buildings Sub-Committee reported that they had carefully examined all the plans of new streets and buildings deposited since the last meeting, and on their recommendation, it was Resolved:-
(a) That the undermentioned be approved:

No. 2123, Pitt, G., 3 cottages, Causeway, Mitcham

1891 Street Directory
Page 102

Causeway (Lower Mitcham)
from Mitcham Common to the Broadway.


Hughes Mrs. dairy
Revill Rev. Thos. [Catholic]
Catholic Church St. Peter & St. Paul
Dempsey Mrs. (Causeway ho.)
Harwood Miss, shopkeeper
Wilson Miss (Garrawarra)
Queen Victoria P.H. Wm. Webb
Kelton Mrs
……… here is Back la ………
Thompson Ebenezer, cowkpr
Burgess T. upholsterer
Ingham John, smith
Gibbs C. baker
Kirby William, smith
Greenaway John, timber dlr &c.
Police Station
____ George Clay, sergeant
Langridge George, carrier
Brittania P.H. Bird & Garside
Catholic Day Schools
Brookes Miss School house
Sears Miss School house

World War 1 Connections
Private Ernest William Anslow

Minutes of meetings held by the Croydon Rural District Council are available on request from the Merton Heritage and Local Studies Centre at Morden Library.

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