In the 19th century Chamberlayne Place occupied the western stretch of modern Cranbury Avenue, Newtown, west of modern Frederick Street. Upper Chamberlayne Place lay to the west and included St. Luke's Church. It was named after the Chamberlayne family of Weston Grove who owned land in the area.
Upper Chamberlayne Place was a 19th century name for the west stretch of modern Cranbury Avenue immediately adjoining Onslow Road and including St. Luke's Church.


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