Askew Close Named after Captain Askew, founder of Egremont
Atherton Street James Atherton - Founder of New Brighton.
Ball Avenue George M Ball - Member of the Local Board.
Barnwell Avenue Miss Barnwell - married Johua Mills, plumber, Seacombe.
Beaconsfield Lord Beaconsfield.
Beatrice Street Princess Beatrice.
Bellevue Road Named after Bellevue Gardens
Bridgecroft Road Named after an old bridge which formally existed on that site
Brougham Road Named after Brougham House which once stood there
Buxton Lane Named aftre Buxton House
Byerley Street Dr. Issac Byerley who lived where it is.
Carrington Road After Lord Carrington a general In the Boar War.
Castle Road After 'Marsden's Castle' which once stood on the site.
Chamberlain Street Named after Mr. Joseph Chamberlain.
Citrine Avenue After Lord Citrine, a former Wallasey resident and Labour candidate at the town's
first Parliamentery Election.
Churchill Grove Lord Randolph Churchill, father of Winston.
Claremount Road After Claremount School
Coulborn Street. Coulborn Brothers, original owners of the Wallsey Ferry.
Dalmorton Road Named after Dalmorton House which once stood there.
Dean Avenue Mr Samuel Dean, member of ancient Wallasey Family.
Demesne Street Named so because it ran through the land of Admiral Smoth of Poulton Manor
Egerton Grove Takes its name from Egerton Cottage
Ellis Street Mr John Ellis, killed in Canada, who built Concertina Cottages.
Fairview Avenue Where Fairview house stood,which belonged to the Joynson Family.
Fender Lane Took its named from the Fender brook
Field Road Taken from an old field called Old Field Hey
Fowell Road The Rev. Richard Drake Fowell, first vicar of St. James New Brighton.
Gladstone Road The Rt. Hon. W.E. Gladstone.
Griffin Avenue After Canon Griffin, formally of the Church of the Sacred Heart, Moreton.
Harrison Drive The Harrison Family, benefactors to Wallasey by gifts of lands.
Holland Road Mr Charles Holland of Vale Park.
Hose Side Road An ancient road named after a farm.
Imperial Avenue derrives from the Imperial Soldiers who took part in the Boar War
King Street Belived to be from Ellen King who previously owned the land
Kirkway Where an ancient chaple stood of which the foundations were discovered when
making the road .
Leopold Street Prince Leopold.
The Laund House of this name, now demolished, occupied by the Harrison Family
Leaver Avenue First Lord Leaverhulme.
Littledale Road Mr Harold Littledale.
Littler's Terrace, Liscard Road An old Liscard family.
Longview Avenue After Longview House.
Love Lane A very old lane with an old fashioned name.
Maddock Road Mrs. Maddock, Lady of the Manor of Liscard, daughter of Mr John Penkett.
Magazine Lane After the old magazines in that area
Mainwaring Road The Mainwaring family of Shropshire and Denbighshire, who owned land thereabouts.
Manor Lane Which lead to Liscard Manor House
Manor Road Named after Liscard Manor House
Martin's Lane An old sea captain, who owned property in the vicinity.
Meadowcroft Road Mr William Meadowcroft, who owned land in the area.
Melling Road Mr. John Jackson Melling
Mill Lane An old Mill which stood near Eric Road.
Molyneux Drive Molyneux family who lived on the estate now belonging to the Tower Company.
Monk Road Mr. Thomas Monk, constructor of the Great Float docks, Seacombe Ferry approaches in 1877.
Mosslands Drive Named after the old house known as Mosslands House
Mount Road Taken from the nearby house called "The Mount" later renamed Liscard Mount
Newell Road Son-in-law and partner of Mr. Thomas Monk
Newlands Drive. After Newland House, demolished.
Oarside Drive After Oarside House, demolished.
Penkett Road Mr John Penkitt, Lord of the Manor.
Pickering Road Mr. Pickering - lived at 'Montebello,' St. George's Mount.
Pottery Road Where potteries stood in the early days of Seacombe.
Rakers Field Road Taken from the old football team of the same named who played in the Tower Grounds
Rappart Road Mr David Rappart who played a great part in the development of Wallasey between 1884 and
Rocklands Road An ancient highway to the shore.
Ross Tower Court After Fred Ross of the Tower Tivoli Theatres
Rowson Street Mr. William Rowson, son-in-law and partner of Mr. James Atherton,
Sandcliffe Road Formally Jockey Lane - one of the ancient highways to the shore.
Seabank Road Taken from Seabank House in that area
Sea View Road Named from once being able to see the sea from the Hoseside end of the road
Steel Avenue After Richard Steel of Zig Zag Hall
Stonehouse Road Named after an old house that used to stand tehre
Sudworth Road Named after Sudworth House
Sutton Road After an old Wallasey family.
Tobin Street Sir John Tobin, father-in-law to Mr. Harold Littledale.
Urmason Road A very old Liscard family.
Vaughan Road Mr. Jeffrey Vaughan lived at Kirkdale Cottage (now demolished) at the foot of Vaughan Road.
Vienn Street Mr. Emmanuel Kopelzki, a native of Vienna, who had a big shop on the site of the present Marina
Vyner Road Vyner family, big land owners in Wallasey, Bidston and Moreton.
Walmsley Street Mr. Joseph Warmsley, an old member of Wallasey Local Board.
Wheatland Lane Named after Wheatland House
Withensfield After Withensfield House, previously an old school
Woodland Drive After Woodland House
Wright Street After A.T. Wright of the Cheshire County Council
Zig Zag Road Taken from Zig Zag Hall