Named after the trees that grow here possibly the ones that gave Cedar estate its name. It was recorded that around the year 1670, Robert Uvedale, who was master of the grammar school, that was near here. planted, a cedar of Libanus, in its grounds. It was originally called Cemetery Road after Lavender Hill Cemetery which was opened in 1872. A building notice was submitted for some cottages in 1879.
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