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.