Lake Macquarie History

Arndall Place

Arndall Place and connecting Lancelot Street were created in 1984. On a 1984 map, Arndell Place is spelt this way and they may be seen as companion street names. It is thought they may have been named after Belmont's first settlers Reverend Lancelot Threlkeld and his wife whose maiden name was Arndell. Later the spelling of the street became Arndall. A spelling error may have occurred during the naming process. The council has no information about this but accepts that error is possible. Any information on these street names here is welcome.

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