Depends what exactly you want to know. you could try the facebook photos of hertford site as well as this one. This is some research I did for my exhibitions on the history of Bengeo. Hope to produce a book possibly next year watch this space!
What we now know of as Molewood Road was the track to Molewood Mill.
The road was not made and given the name until about 1880 when Wellington Street and Nelson Street were put in and the allotments that were there were sold for building.
The map of 1897 shows that the right side was developed first.
by 1901 Numbers 4 to 34 had been built along with Nos 46 and 48.
by 1906 The field on the other side was for sale. It was let to Messrs Garratt and sons and Mr Harrington.
There were no houses that side of the road at that date.
by 1911 Quite a few more houses had been built. 2, 2a and 2b and on the other side 7 to 29, 37 and 39.
in 1912 Like the other roads around, most of the houses were owned in blocks and let to various tenants. There were a couple of owner occupiers who also owned and let adjoining properties. Mr Hill at 21, Mrs Brown at 2b.
Amongst the other owners were William Brickwell of Ware Road, Mr Chapman of Old Cross, Arthur Foskett of Parkhurst Road, Albert Wray of Church Road, Mrs Roberts of Duncombe Road, Jane Wray of Fanshawe Street, Mrs Butler of Westcliffe on Sea, George Powell of Hove and George Harris of Ware Road.
From this we can assume that some of the houses were built by the Roberts and Wray family firms.
c1950 A house called “Chevin” was built by the Morley family and give the address of No 1 Church Road. This was quickly changed to Molewood Road.
Opposite “Chevin” Mr Bertram Caple had a coach painting works from 1930s which became Molewood Garage.