LEEDS WAR MEMORIALS
The following section gives links to War Memorials in areas found in the City of Leeds as it was between 1914 and 1922 as shown on this map. The majority of the men were remembered in their local churches others on works memorials of which many are lost today.
In 1974 areas such as Pudsey, Horsforth and Morley were amalgamated into the Leeds Metropolitan District and given a Leeds postcode and the memorials from these areas can be found here Leeds 1974
Click on each memorial below to access the memorial page those in Light Grey are currently under construction. Please allow pop ups as the page will appear in a new window. (Due to technicality's with the website provider certain photos may not load my apologies for this)
St Margaret's Cardigan Road. 7/11/18 To Be Transcribed
CITY CENTRE LS1-2
Corn Exchange Employees 7/11/18 To Be Transcribed
Leeds City Council Employees. 7/11/18 To Be Transcribed
Leeds Stock Exchange Employees 7/11/18 To Be Transcribed
CROSS GREEN LS9
St Cyprians Coldcoates Avenue. 7/11/18 To Be Transcribed
St Mary Virgin Balm Road 7/11/18 To Be Transcribed
T F Braime Employees Huinslet Road.
HYDE PARK LS 6.
Wrangthorne St Augustine. 7/11/18 To Be Transcribed
MOOR ALLERTON LS17.
RICHMOND HILL LS9.