As I am sure you know, the surname Syckelmoore was instrumental in the Reformation of the Presbyterian Church. However, only a handful of English/Welsh ended up in New Jersey. Philadelphia and other parts were more to the liking of the Syckelmoore family name. It could be that the owner of a farm had that name and the road leading to the farm was so named. Other possibilities exist. A builder could have married a Syckelmoore and dedicated a street named after her family and so on. But, I think you have identified the wrong Trenton. You may want to check in Michigan. NJ does not have a street named after your family. Try the historical society in Trenton, Michigan. Good Luck!