Terrace of houses that was on the western side of Church Road, south of Phipps Terrace and north of Aberdeen Road.
Occupants in the 1911 street directory
Going from north to south.
5,E T BROADBRIDGE
3,William Thomas FRANCIS
2,Henry James BATT
1,Frederick William TAYLOR
Possibly this terrace of six houses, numbered 369 to 359, as shown on this 1952 OS map:
1952 OS map
Maps are reproduced with the permission of the National Library of Scotland.
James Nutlay, labourer, of the Causeway, Mitcham, was charged at the Croydon Police-court on Monday with stealing a hayfork, the property of Mr. Woodman, of Mitcham.
— Wm. Burrell, a labourer of Rock Terrace, Mitcham, deposed that on going to work on Saturday morning about 6.30, he missed the hayfork, and being unable to find it, he was about to go to Mr. Woodman to get another, when he saw the prisoner, with whom he had worked a short time ago. Witness went to him and accused him of taking the fork. Prisoner said had taken it to get some food and drink.
The prisoner was ordered to be sent gaol for 14 days.
Source: Croydon Guardian and Surrey County Gazette – Saturday 04 October 1879 from the British Newspaper Archive (subscription required)