A week or so ago I thought it might be a good idea to take a photo of all the World War One graves in West Leeds, writes Mark Stevenson.
It soon became clear to me I would need to narrow it down to get it done in the time I had.
The numbers I use are from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission website and to make it more manageable I only took a photo of graves with a Commonwealth War Graves Commission headstone.
Some WW1 war graves have private headstones which meant I would have had to look at all the graves in West Leeds, which I did not have time for, but I’m sure I will get around to.
Armley Hill Top Cemetery has 34 casualties from WW1.
I was able to find 23 with War Graves Commission headstones. Two I was able to find addresses for that are still around today. Thomas Sedgwick, of 15, Aviary Grove, Armley and J H Wilkinson, of 18, Clarence St., Bramley.
Look out for other cemeteries over the coming days.
The Headstone on the bottom left is that of my Grandad Arthur Marriott,
Arthur lived in Bath Place Bramley. He died one week after the armistice from the effects of gas, he left a widow and three children.