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Search Aspect (ARMLEY CEMETERY )
Location - Leeds & District

[1]Armley Cemetery, Chapel (Armley)
Armley Cemetery, Chapel14th July 1991. Image shows the Chapel at Armley Hill Top Cemetery on Green Hill Road. This Grade II listed building, dating from 1886, was designed by J. P. Pritchett of Darlington in Gothic Revival style. The cemetery opened on 30th August 1887.
[2]Armley Cemetery, Chapel, Memorial stone (Armley)
Armley Cemetery, Chapel, Memorial stone14th July 1991. View shows a memorial stone in Armley Cemetery Chapel displaying the words *Memorial stone laid in the Chapel of Armley Cemetery by Ephraim Barnsbee Esq., Sep. 11 1886. J. P. Pritchett, Darlington, Architect" Ephraim Barnsbee was the chairman of the Armley Burial Board who later performed the task of opening the cemetery on 30th August 1887.
[3]Armley Cemetery, Chapel, Memorial stone (Armley)
Armley Cemetery, Chapel, Memorial stone14th July 1991. Image shows a memorial stone in the Chapel of Armley Cemetery listing the members of Armley Burial Board when the chapel was built in 1886. They are Ephraim Barnsbee (Chairman), H. R. Allen, W. Horsman, J. Firth, E. J. Rawlins, B. Goodson, G. Roberts, T. Hardcastle, T. Thornton and E. Butler (Clerk).
[4]Armley Cemetery, gravestone of Benjamin Goodson (Armley)
Armley Cemetery, gravestone of Benjamin Goodson14th July 1991. View shows a gravestone in Armley Cemetery commemorating Benjamin Goodson of Granville House, Armley, who died on 22nd January 1896 in his 63rd year, along with his wife Elizabeth, who died on 22nd October 1902 in her 71st year. Benjamin is possibly the B. Goodson who is listed as a member of Armley Burial Board in image 2019102_177337. The cemetery is situated on Green Hill Road at Hill Top. The houses in the background are possibly the rears of properties on Trescoe Avenue.
[5]Armley Cemetery, gravestone of Samuel Baxter Asquith (Armley)
Armley Cemetery, gravestone of Samuel Baxter Asquith14th July 1991. View shows a gravestone in Armley Hill Top Cemetery commemorating Samuel Baxter Asquith, of Armley Mills, who died on 8th January 1895 aged 68, and his wife Sarah, who died 23rd March 1893 aged 66.
[6]Armley Cemetery, gravestone of Samuel Ledgard (Armley)
Armley Cemetery, gravestone of Samuel Ledgard14th July 1991. View shows the gravestone of Samuel Ledgard in Armley Hill Top Cemetery. Samuel Ledgard (1874-1952) was for many years the landlord of the Nelson Hotel on Armley Road, taking over from his father in the late 1890s and remaining there until his death aged 77. He was probably better known in the wider area as the owner of a successful transport business, first in haulage then in passenger transport when he transformed his haulage lorry into a charabanc at the weekend. In 1924 he began providing a bus service which by the time of his death had developed into one of the leading independent providers in the area. Samuel's wife, Mary, is also commemorated on the gravestone.
[7]Chapel at Armley Hill Top Cemetery (Armley)
Chapel at Armley Hill Top CemeteryUndated. A view of the chapel at Armley Hill Top Cemetery taken in the early 1900s. The cemetery on Green Hill Road was opened by Ephraim Barnsbee Esq., Chairman of Armley Burial Board, on 30th August 1887. The cost of the land was £2,963 and the buildings £2,780. The Chapel was built in 1886 and is Grade II listed, It was designed by J.P. Pritchett in the Gothic Revival Style.
[8]Chapel at Armley Hill Top Cemetery (Armley) (4 comments)
Chapel at Armley Hill Top Cemetery2010. View shows the Chapel at Armley Hill Top Cemetery, surrounded by gravestones. Situated on Green Hill Road, the cemetery was opened by Ephraim Barnsbee Esq., Chairman of Armley Burial Board, on 30th August 1887. The chapel, built in 1886, is Grade II listed and was designed by J.P. Pritchett in Gothic Revival style. The Cemetery Lodge, seen on the left, was built at the same time and is also Grade II listed.
[9]Green Hill Road, Armley Cemetery (Armley)
Green Hill Road, Armley Cemetery2005. View looks across from Green Hill Road to Armley Cemetery which was opened by Ephraim Barnsbee Esq., Chairman of Armley Burial Board, on 30th August 1887. The cost of the land was £2,963 and the buildings £2,780. The Chapel was built in 1886 and is Grade II listed, The 73' high spire can just be glimpsed through the trees, left of centre. It was designed by J.P. Pritchett in the Gothic Revival Style. The Cemetery Lodge, right, also dates from 1886 and is Grade II listed. It is built on two storeys in coursed gritstone and has 2 projecting gabled bays. When it was laid out, the Cemetery provided 5988 spaces measuring 1.20 metres by 2.70 metres. It was thought that Armley would require no further burial accommodation for 90 years (based on projected figures for the population of 1901).